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Ball comes up short

Kilburn's Alan Higgins (4-0) had the most raucous entrance of the night - dancing on the ring apron to approval of his vociferous fans in the balcony, who spend much of the fight singing their praise of their man and chanting his name. He faced Doncaster's Jason Ball (5-11-1) at middleweight.

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Ball comes up short

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Sunday Punch at the York Hall

Canning Town middleweight prospect Freddie Turner (7-0) kept his 0 intact against Rainham's Costas Osben (2-9-1). Southpaw (11st 5lbs) Turner was effective with the left, landing several good ones over the course of the round - either single shots or following a pawed jab with a stinging hook.

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Chris Keane to ignite slow-burning career with win over McPhilbin

It only took Chris Keane a handful of amateur outings for him to climb the ranks and reign as the best in Britain.

And now the unbeaten Walsall cruiserweight is aiming to do things just as quickly as a professional.

A man of few words, the Errol Johnson-managed stylist will cross swords with old foe Shane McPhilbin, the former British champion from Nottingham, at his hometown's Town Hall on Friday evening [January 18] for the vacant English and Midland Read More