The best was saved until last on Saturday night at York Hall as Mickey Helliet hosted a packed card at the iconic venue
After a total of 14 fights, cruiserweights Tyrone Williams & Michael Ibrahim came face-to-face both desperate to win after both sharing respective defeats in their professional debuts.
From the first bell, Williams took the fight by the scruff of the neck, displaying his Boxing ability as well as fighting grit when he was required to.
However, Ibrahim enjoyed being the aggressor in the 2nd round, forcing Williams to retreat on more than one occasion, potentially equalling the Referee’s scorecard as the second half of the fight begun.
The bout came to an end in the third. Williams pounced onto Ibrahim early on in the round, knocking the fellow cruiserweight down. After needing the full count to recover from the knockdown, Williams secured his victory almost instantly, not giving Ibrahim any space or time to regain his composure.
Other results from the night included
Louis Greene (9-1) vs Jumanne Cameron (7-4)
After suffering the first defeat of his career in December of last year, Louis Greene made his return to the ring in a tough encounter against the rangy and awkward Jumanne Camero.
Camero himself had been in the ring with the talented Liam Wells 7 days prior in a competitive 8 round contest.
The fight itself was incredibly close throughout with both fighters enjoying punch success throughout the contest.
Greene was given the slight nod with a scorecard of 58-57 which moves ‘The Medway Mauler’ to 10-1 in the welterweight division
Roman Perez (2-0) vs Karim Khan (0-9)
In what might have been deemed a one-sided affair prior to the contest, the 4 rounder ended up being a hugely entertaining fight with Khan asking some questions of the unbeaten Perez throughout the fight.
Despite the competitiveness of the affair, class showed towards the end of the fight, as Perez was awarded a points decision victory to extend his professional record to 3-0.
Jordan Blake (1-0) vs Bryn Wain (0-25)
Blake displayed a confident performance in only his 2nd professional fight in a one-sided points victory after making his debut earlier in the year.