On Saturday night, Ellesmere Port Welterweight Mason Cartwright was pulled out by the doctor in the ninth round of his dust-up with Darren Tetley, due to a nasty wound on his lip.

The pair clashed for the WBO European belt on the Lee Selby v Josh Warrington undercard, and put on an entertaining scrap to open the show at Elland Road.

Cartwright made a good start, with Tetley coming on strong before the savage cut opened up. 'Nutty' spoke about the injury on the latest BoxNation Podcast.

"To be honest, when it happened I remember getting caught with the shot - I thought 'good shot'. I didn't feel the cut though," he told Steve Lillis.

"It was only until the ref brought me to one side, I felt the blood trickle down my chest. He took me over to the doctor, I just had a feeling it was going to be bad news."

"The shot didn't rock me," explained the 25-year-old. "He didn't buzz me once throughout the fight. I'll come back stronger from it."

While he was in hospital getting stitches later that night, Cartwright bumped into TV presenter Davina McCall, who was filming a new show called 'A&E Live'.

"I sat down and they come over and approached me. They said 'we're filming a TV series for ITV...Davina McCall wants to come speak to you and ask about what happened'.

"She stayed with me for most of the time I was in there. I was in there for two or three hours! We were just having a laugh really, she was fun to speak to," added Cartwright, who hopes to have a rematch with Tetley later this year.

Also on episode 25 of the BoxNation Podcast, Josh Warrington talks about becoming Leeds' first World Champion Darren Tetley and Raza Hamza discusses his trip to Japan to spar Naoya Inoue.

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