Ted Cheeseman defeated Sam Eggington in the first Matchroom Fight Camp from Eddie Hearn’s back garden.
In an expected toe-to-toe battle, the pair waged war for twelve rounds.
Cheeseman began the brighter, although Eggington came back in the later rounds.
In the end, Cheeseman took the IBF fringe title in Eggington’s possession via a close but unanimous decision.
James Tennyson claimed the vacat British lightweight strap with an impressive sixth round finish of Gavin Gwynne.
A crushing body shot was enough to force the referee to step in to saved Gwynne from further punishment.
Undefeated Ipswich puncher Fabio Wardley grabbed a statement win at heavyweight over former cruiserweight Simon Vallily.
Picking up the vacant English title, Wardley continued his march towards the top contenders on UK soil.
Wardley is now 9-0 with eight stoppages after a third-round stoppage triumph.
vacant BBBofC English Heavyweight Title
Featherweight Jordan Gill had the honor of opening the first-ever show in the Hearn Family Mansion Garden.
Gill used his jab to throw Reece Bellotti off his game at every opportunity on his way to a 97-93, 97-93, 96-95 points victory.
The performance may have been greeted by wider scores. In the end, the correct fighter got the decision.
At the lightweight limit, Dalton Smith scored a stunning knockout of Nathan Bennett to move his career to 6-0.
The Yorkshireman caught the Liverpool man with a great shot and ended the contest in the fifth. Bennett drops to 9-2.
Matchroom Fight Camp, Brentwood, Essex, United Kingdom
Sam Eggington vs Ted Cheeseman
International Boxing Federation International Super Welterweight Title