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In the best fight of the night, Josh Wale kept his British bantamweight title with an 11th-round KO of veteran Don Broadhurst.

The action ebbed and flowed throughout. Hurt early, Broadhurst boxed his way back into the fight superbly. Wale got on top in the middle rounds and then the challenger rallied again to close the gap on the cards.

After 10 rounds, Wale was two rounds up on two of the cards and three up on the other.

Wale landed a devastating short right hand in the 11th round that meant the cards weren’t needed.

Broadhurst collapsed onto his back, tried to get up – but couldn’t.

Evergreen Peter McDonagh edged out Shayne Singleton 96-94 in their grudge fight, courtesy of a strong finish, and many ringsiders felt Matty Fagan unlucky to drop a 10-round verdict to Joe Murray.

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