At the BT Sport Studio, in Stratford, London, over ESPN+ Saturday in the Main Event heavyweight Daniel “Dynamite” Dubois, of London stopped Ricardo Snijders, of the Netherlands. This was a Queensberry Promotion – Frank Warren.
In the Main Event Heavyweight Daniel “Dynamite” Dubois, 15-0 (14), #242, of London, UK, stopped Ricardo Snijders, 18-2 (8), #215, of Heerlen, Netherlands, at 0:20 of the second round scoring 4 knockdowns in a scheduled 12 for WBO Int’l title.
In the first round Dubois scored three knockdowns with body shots on Snijders barely getting through the round. In the second round Dubois scored his fourth knockdown of the fight with body shots forcing referee Marcus MacDonald to stop the fight.
Heavyweight champion Tyson “The Gypsy King” Fury was in attendance.
In co-feature Super British and IBF Int’l champion “Showtime” Sunny Edwards, 15-0 (4), #114.5, of Croydon, London, UK, easily retained titles, defeating southpaw Thomas Essomba, 10-6 (4), #114.1, of Cameroon and Wolverhampton, West Midland, UK, over 10 rounds.
Edwards easily out boxed Essomba throughout switching from orthodox to southpaw. Referee was Michael Alexander.
Scores were 117-111, 116-112 and 117-112 with writers 117-111.
WBO No. 14 ranked and European Super Lightweight champ “Super” Sam Maxwell, 14-0 (11), #139, of Liverpool, UK, defeated Joe Hughes, 17-6-1 (7), #139, of Wiltshire, UK, over 10 rounds.
It was even for six rounds but Maxwell outworked Hughes in the second half of the bout.
Scores were 98-92 while 97-94 with this writer 96-94. Ref Phil Edwards.
Light Heavyweight Willy “Braveheart” Hutchinson, 12-0 (8), #173 Ľ, of Carstairs, Scotland, UK, stopped Ben Thomas, 2-3-3 (1), #175 1/2, of Bolton, Lancashire, UK, at 2:09 of the first of a scheduled 10 rounds.
In the first round a left body shot followed by a right on the chin dropped Thomas. Upon rising Hutchinson was all over him causing referee Alexander to call a halt as Thomas was going down again.
Lightweight Sam Noakes, 3-0 (3), #138, of Maidstone, Kent, UK, Jordan Ellison, 11-29-2 (1), #137 ľ, of Seaham, UK, 6 rounds.
In the first round
Heavyweight “Big D” David Adeleye, 3-0 (3), #217 1/2, of Ladbroke Grove, London, UK, stopped Phil Williams, 3-26-1 (1), #258, of Swindon, Wiltshire, UK, at 2:10 of the 3rd of a scheduled 4.
In the third round Adeleye hurt Williams with a right on the chin. He followed up with numerous punches driving Williams into the ropes forcing referee Michael Alexander to call a halt.