Koki Kameda KO5 Humberto Pool. Kameda came out unscathed, scoring 4 knockdowns, meaning he can keep his date for a Japanese megafight with Daisuke Naito.
Luis Concepcion TKO12 Omar Salado. Wins a paper interim title, because we needed more of those.
Daniel Ponce de Leon UD12 Roinet Caballero. Ponce de Leon is now (another) WBA mandatory at featherweight. Chris John has the super title, and Yuriorkis Gamboa has the regular title.
Ameth Diaz UD7 Fernando Angulo. Angulo has now lost two in a row, yet somehow is still near the top of the lightweight rankings, and was supposed to fight Yuri Romanov for a vacant title. This probably ends the jungle boy's run as a serious contender.
John O'Donnell TKO6 Tom Glover. Retains his Commonwealth welterweight title. It probably won't actually happen, but Kell Brook would be a very obvious opponent for O'Donnell to see which one can break out past the British level and onto the world scene. Also scoring wins on Saturday - Jhonny Gonzalez, Austin Trout and Tomoki Kameda.
Oyewale Omotoso TKO9 Emmanuel Augustus. Looks like this is about the end of the line for the drunken master. This was the first time in Augustus' 75 fight career that he was actually knocked out by a punch (his other TKO losses were referee or corner stoppages). Omotoso improves to 14-0 (12 KOs), and becomes a name to watch out for in the international welterweight scene.
Oliver McCall UD10 Franklin Lawrence. Lawrence had been undefeated, but hadn't been tested. Elijah McCall had been scheduled to fight, but did not.
Andy Lee TKO8 Andy Shuler. Reports say Lee just doesn't look the same as he did before losing to Brian Vera. On the same card, Antwun Echols lost to Angel Hernandez, and Owen Beck beat Jermell Barnes
Joey Hernandez D10 Ed Paredes. Hernandez had been touted as a prospect, but most reports had Paredes winning and Hernandez getting the gift draw. On the undercard, Yoelvis Gamboa, Yuriorkis Gamboa's little brother, won his pro debut. No word on whether their other brothers, YoMadonna and YoMichaelJackson will be making their debuts.
Lance Whitaker continues his comeback trail, knocking out Matthew Ellis in one. No great shakes there - Ellis was knocked out in 1 by Tyson Fury and in 2 by Enzo Maccaranelli.
Victor Cayo UD Julio Diaz. Cayo seemed to mature as the fight went on, and while things were very even for the first half of the fight, he clearly pulled away late. Diaz doesn't look "shot", but he's clearly getting close to the end of the line.
Derric Rossy UD Carl Davis Drumond. Drumond just didn't throw punches most of the fight, making it pretty easy for Rossy to take it. Rossy did look vastly improved since his last loss, and I'd like to see what he can do against a top 20 fighter with a full training camp.
Tyrone Harris TKO8 Marvin Quintero. Bad summer for Gary Shaw's Mexican prospects. Harris was clearly the better fighter all night in a fight with lots of toe to toe action.
Prince Badi Ajamu UD DeAndrey Abron. Abron is proving himself to be one of the worse fighters to get a title shot. If Zsolt Erdei wants people to take him seriously, he needs to stop facing cans like this guy.
Mzonke Fana TKO6 Jasper Seroka. Reports say that Fana outclassed Seroka and beat him up all night. He's now the mandatory for the winner of Robert Guerrero-Malcolm Klassen.
Yohnny Perez TKO12 Silence Mabuza. Written accounts had Perez behind on the cards at the time of the TKO. Great come- from behind win for the new IBF mandatory at bantamweight.
Ramie Laput DQ Ratanchai Sor Vorapin. Laput evidently was beating former beltholder Sor Vorapin from pillar to post and caught him with an accidental headbutt. Sor Vorapin retaliated with a Muay Thai style roundhouse kick to the head, leading to his disqualification.
Marvin Sonsona KO2 Wandee Singwancha. Great win for the 13-0 (12) fighter over a former 2-time beltholder. The 18 year old is expected to be the next big thing to come out of General Santos City. I've posted the KO in a separate fanshot.
Oleydong Sithsamerchai TD11 Muhammad Rachman. Sithsamerchai was easily handling Rachman early, and decided to give the fans a show in the later rounds, trading on the inside with the shorter Rachman. There, Rachman gave him trouble, and he actually lost most of the late rounds. Eventually, an accidental clash of heads lead to cause a nasty gash on Rachman, leading to an early scorecard.
Chris Edwards, Gary Sykes and Darren Sutherland all won on the Sky Sports card.
Beibut Shumenov TKO4 Byron Mitchell. Shumenov is now 8-0, mostly against very good competition considering his experience level, and should be ranked in the top 10 by all four major sanctioning bodies in next month's rankings.
Marco Huck TKO5 Vitaliy Rusal. Huck is probably deserving of another title shot soon, and is becoming a big name in Germany. Don't be surprised to see an Adamek fight soon.
Yoan Pablo Hernandez UD8 Aaron Williams. This puts a big dent in the career of the former hot prospect and two-time national gold gloves winner. At 23 years old, he can still come back, but it will be tough.
Alexander Abraham TKO5 Magomed Abdurakhmanov. Arthur's less talented younger brother stays undefeated and retains his EBU title, but really he is to Arthur what Matthew Hatton is to Ricky.
Roman Karmazin and Chop Chop Corley both win fights against journeymen by TKO