World Boxing News provides results from T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA as Tyson Fury faces Otto Wallin in a headlining heavyweight bout.
In his second fight in a matter of weeks, world champion Emanuel Navarrete produced another impressive display.
A third round win last time out was followed up by a fourth round stoppage this time around.
Out-of-his-depth after giving it a considerable go, Juan Miguel Elorde was badly hurt in the third before being pulled out in the next session.
Jose Zepeda proved too elusive for ex-two weight world title holder Jose Pedraza to the delight of the pro-Mexico crowd.
Zepeda, who lost to Terry Flanagan due to a freak injury in a previous world championship chance, is now closing in on a super-lightweight shot.
Pedraza took too long to get going and only seemed to have Zepeda’s number in the eighth.
In the final two rounds, Zepeda rallied to see out a 97-93 victory with all three judges.
Former world champion Carlos Cuadras recorded the 39th pro win of his career. The Mexican edged a close encounter with Jose Cardenas via majority decision.
Troubled at times, Cuadras rode his luck to get the verdict 95-95 and 96-94 twice.
Headliner Fury’s friend Isaac Lowe won an eight-round featherweight contest against Ruben Hernandez.
The pair were evenly matched for what was due to be a ten-session affair. Changed to eight, it was Lowe who prevailed on the cards.
Scores read 78-74 and 77-75 twice to Lowe.
In a battle of undefeated super bantamweights, Iskander Kharsan defeated Isidro Ochoa via TKO in the fifth round.
The pair kicked off the event coverage on ESPN+ to a largely empty arena.
At lightweight, Gabriel Flores Jr. took every round of six against Miguel Aispuro to improve to 15-0.