Eubank Jr. v Abraham - Undercard results from Wembley Arena

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Lee Selby made a successful third defence of his IBF featherweight world title as he defeated Jonathon Victor Barros.

The Welshman floored the Argentine in the twelfth round and looked set to end it in style before the bell came to the 33-year-old's rescue.

The ‘Welsh Mayweather’ secured victory with the judges scoring it 119-108, and two totals of 117-110.

Despite a cut to the top of his left eye in round five, it was a comfortable night for the slick featherweight.

Carl Frampton was in the crowd watching and Selby will be hoping to secure a mouth-watering ‘Battle of Britain’ clash with the Belfast man if victorious over Andres Gutierrez on July 29. 

Also on the bill, someone’s '0' had to go and it was Anthony Cacace who tasted defeat as the judges scored the fight 115-114, 116-114 and 116-113, all in favour to Martin J Ward.

The opening rounds cost the Northern Irishmen the fight as Ward came out of the blockers much quicker, landing the cleaner shots.

During the middle rounds, Cacace finally proved Carl Frampton’s statement on the power he possesses as he rocked Ward several multiple times with his ferocious left hook.

The last few rounds were a close affair with both going for it, but it was Ward who emerged victorious.

The 26-year-old retained the British super-featherweight title as well as adding the Commonwealth title to his mantel piece. He extends his undefeated record to 18-0-2.

Michal Syrowatka stunned the SSE Arena at Wembley as he captured the WBA Continental super-lightweight title.

The fight proved to be an absolute war as both exchanged damaging blows throughout the battle.

It was a thrilling fight from the first bell. Round one set the tone with a range of combinations from both men before Davies Jr. got into rhythm, controlling the early rounds and looked in command.

Round six was the turning point as Davies Jr got cut just above the eye and looked shaken from a flurry of left hooks.

Round nine Syrowatka touched the canvas and it appeared the Eastern European had gassed towards the backend of the fight.

With the Brit ahead on the scorecards going into the twelfth round, Syrowatka stunned Davies and the crowd, flooring him with a crisp hook before the fight was stopped moments later as the towel was thrown in.

Poland certainly experienced their Rocky moment as Davies lost for the first time.

Someone’s '0' had to go and it was Anthony Cacace who tasted defeat as the judges scored the fight 115-114, 116-114 and 116-113, all in favour of Martin J Ward.

The opening rounds cost the Northern Irishmen the fight as Ward came out of the blockers much quicker, landing the cleaner shots.

During the middle rounds, Cacace finally proved Carl Frampton’s statement on the power he possesses as he rocked Ward several multiple times with his ferocious left hook.

The last few rounds were a close affair with both going for it, but it was Ward who emerged victorious.

The 26-year-old retained the British super-featherweight title as well as adding the Commonwealth title to his mantel piece. He extends his undefeated record to 18-0-2.

It was a comprehensive victory for Kid Galahad as he defeated Jose Cayetano via stoppage.

The 27-year-old produced a mature performance as his opponent provided a stubborn test. The Mexican soaked up pressure early on and continued to take punishment, bouncing off the ropes at times but refused to be sent to the canvas.

Galahad's superior strength and work prompted referee Marcus McDonnell to step in to stop the contest in round ten.

The Sheffield star picked up the vacant IBF Inter-Continental title and stretched his record to 23-0.

Galahad has moved one step closer to world title contention with an IBF ranking.

After reconciling following 27 years without his presence, Nathanael Wilson won via stoppage as his once estranged dad Chris Eubank watched on from ringside.

Wilson made it four wins and draw from his five bouts on the undercard of his brother Chris Eubank Jr.

The trio had enjoyed a public embrace earlier in the week at the media workout.

Eubank had previously never had any contact with Wilson after a brief fling with his mother in 1988.

Joe Jackson Brown and Joel McIntyre both recorded victories in their respective bouts.

Joe Hewlett is lead writer for World Boxing News. Follow Joe on Twitter @Hewlett95