Late results from last weekend


Late results from last weekend

Lee Haskins W12 Andy Bell... On Friday night in Wigan, England, Lee Haskins, 18-2, overcame stiff resistance to take the British super flyweight title from reigning champ Andy Bell, 11-4, by decision after twelve rounds. The southpaw Haskins  Haskins took all three cards by scores of 116-113 (twice) and 115-114. source: Frank Maloney press release


The southpaw Haskins  Haskins took all three cards by scores of 116-113 (twice) and 115-114, winning the British title at 115 pounds.


On the English undercard, featherweight Akaash Bhatia, 13-0, crushed Marc Callaghan, 19-15-1, via second round knockout. The London prospect also dropped Callaghan in the first with a left hook to the temple.

Bhatia launched a brutal body assault in the second and brought the tight guard of Callaghan down enough to score with another big left hook that forced the veteran to a knee and he was counted out.

Welter Mark Thompson, 18-1, stopped Craig Dickson, 15-6-1, in the seventh round after a battle of wills. The prospect dropped  Dickson in the second but the gritty Scot came back to give Thompson difficulty in the sixth frame. Dickson's brave effort was put down in the seventh when Thompson brought an end to what had been a two-way contest.


Light middle Thomas McDonagh, 33-1-3 (6), outpointed Michael Monaghan, 17-24 (2), after six rounds and English Super Bantam titlist Mark Moran, 11-0-1 (3), picked up a good win against spoiler Youssef Al Hamidi, 4-12-1 (1), after a six round non-title clash at super feather.

Light heavy Tony Quigley, 12-1 (5), showed superb boxing skills while producing a fifth round cuts stoppage of opponent Nathan King, 12-12 (1). Promising featherweight Scott Quigg, 10-0 (6), stopped Sumaila Badu, 4-13 (1), in the first round.


Bantamweight Paul Edwards, 2-0 (0), posted a four round verdict over Delroy Spencer, 10-75-3 (1), and Peter Jones, 1-0 (0), came away with the win after four against Johnny Greaves, 1-19 (1), at light welter.

Cruiserweight John Lewis Dickinson, 1-0 (0), defeated Paul Bonson, 20-103-8 (1), on points after four rounds as did light welter Karl Place, 2-0 (1), against Carl Allen, 18-73-7 (5).

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