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Chisora vs Pulev results from London, UK

World Boxing News presents live results for Derek Chisora vs Kubrat Pulev from the O2 Arena in London, UK.

Derek Chisora took the spoils in a draining fight against former foe Kubrat Pulev as both men waged war for twelve rounds.

The dogged Londoner in his determination against Pulev, who beat him the first time they met.

“WAR” sucked it up and returned fire despite looking spent from the second round. Chisora dug deep and put together his efforts in bursts to get a split decision.

An initial card read 116-112 for Pulev was negated by a 116-112 card for Chisora and a 116-114 anomaly that meant two drawn rounds.

Chisora vs Pulev results:

The rematch between Ismail Madrimov and Michel Soro ended on a sour note as a head clash in the third round ended proceedings prematurely.

Soro took a solid butt to the side of his left eye, and blood immediately poured.

It was clear straight away that the Frenchman could not continue. A third fight is unlikely as both chase a world title shot.

Upon further inspection, Soro may have been able to continue after doctors cleaned the wound.

In the end, a technical draw was the result.

Super welterweight Caoimhin Agyarko made it twelve straight professional victories. He scored a decision win over a stubborn Lukasz Maciec.

Picking up a vacant WBA ranking title in the process, Agyarko took the contest on the cards 100-90 [twice] and 99-93.

Fabio Wardley pushed his record to 14-0 with a second-round stoppage over Chris Healey. It took the undefeated British heavyweight just forty seconds into the session to get the job done.

Women’s phenom Ramla Ali defeated the overmatched Agustina Rojas in a clean sweep over eight rounds.

Early action saw Yousef Ibrahim secure the second win of his career. Ibrahim got a four-round points win against Francisco Rodriguez.

Heavyweight Solomon Dacres went eight rounds with Kevin Nicolas Espindola but came 4-0.

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