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By Aaron Cooper   - @intuboxingfm

Anthony Yarde moves to 16-0, 15KO after dishing out a one-sided beating to Dariusz Sek 27-4-3. Sek was dropped in the first round, and for the first time in his career. It looked as though it might be an early night for the Hackney man. By the fourth round Sek wasn't throwing punches to score, but to be able to move off from Yarde. Yarde was patient and systematically broke Sek down with some crunching body shots. The left hook was there all night and was Yarde's best shot. The bout was finally stopped by the referee in the seventh round. 

Yarde who has come under criticism this week for refusing not one, but two world title fights this year, NEEDS to step up now. I'm not sure about David Haye's remarks that it was a world-class performance, nor that he could beat the likes of Callum Johnson, Hosea Burton or Frank Buglioni. But those are most certainly the names his team should be looking at. 

It's worth noting that the one name neither commentator, Yarde nor Frank Warren, nor the commentary mentioned Joshua Buatsi as a possible opponent. 

Daniel 'Dynamite' Dubois moves to 8-0 after stopping Tom Little in the fifth round of their scheduled ten round fight. It was a pretty mature performance from Dubois. What impressed me the most was his patience in the ring. He was guilty of smothering his work at times and not taking a half step back to allow himself to get his own shots off. Little provided little to no resistance from round 2. It's time to take the stabilisers off and let Dubois loose ... Nathan Gorman next, please.

Rising super-middleweight, Umar Sadiq claimed his first stoppage as a professional fighter. The stoppage came after a hard body shot folded Kamil El Temimi (1-2-1) in half at one minute and seven seconds in the third round. Sadiq moved to 3-0, 1KO

Ohara Davies (17-1,13KO) vs Paul Kamanga (21-1,12KO) - WBC international super-lightweight title .

Davies scores devastating second-round knockout over Kamanga. After a quiet opener, Davies showed some world class power to have Kamanga down and out. I'm not sure I've ever seen anyone fall the way Kamanga did in 25 years of watching boxing. Warren has a full stable of decent fighters at 140-pounds. I'd like to see him in with a Tyrone McKenna or Jack Catterall next. 

Super-featherweight Archie Sharp coasted against Lester Cantillano when scoring a decisive points win to push to 14-0

 English super-middleweight champion Darryl Williams scored dropped Raimond Sniedze six times on his way to stopping Sniedze in the second round. Williams of course back from a short-lived retirement looked in great shape having recently called out Chris Eubank Jr. for a domestic showdown this year.

Johnny Garton and future British welterweight title eliminator challenger took just three rounds to dispatch of Nelson Altamirano as 'The Pexican' continued his push for welterweight honours. Garton's record now reads 21-1-1

Sam Gilley picked up a four-round points decision over namesake Omidi Gilley to extend his undefeated record to 5-0, whilst Razza Hamza won every single round on his way to beating Sergio Gonzalez to record his tenth victory without a loss.

Harvey Horn was able to manoeuvre his latest opponent in Gyula Dodu. 'HHH' fought to a shutout victory to take himself to 3-0 as a professional.