Tyson Fury continued his reign as heavyweight champion of the world after stopping Dillian Whyte in six rounds at Wembley Stadium. The 94,000 in attendance, and viewers at home also witneesed a further seven fights in the lead up to the main attraction, as I look at the undercard to see who impressed under the Wembley Arch.
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Nick Ball announced himself on the world stage with a career best performance as he produced an upset victory over Isaac Lowe in a spectacular fight. Ball seated Lowe in the second round before he opened a cut over Lowe's left eye in the third. Ball's relentles pressure continued as he got the stoppage in round six to pick up the WBC Silver featherweight title.
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Ekow Essuman defended his British and Commonwealth welterweight titles against Darren Tetley in a late addition to the card following the cancellation of Anthony Cacace's fight with Jonathan Romero. The fight never really got going, but the scorecards read 116-112, 117-111 and 116-111, all in favour of Essuman.
Tommy Fury extended his unbeaten record to 8-0, as he dominated Daniel Bocianski over six rounds, even scoring a knockdown in round five. Fury then went on to call out YouTube star Jake Paul.
"Get the contract signed you bum! Let's get it done once and for all!" ????@tommytntfury wants @jakepaul next! ????#FuryWhyte | BT Sport Box Office ?? https://t.co/b0uV32kqC3pic.twitter.com/qhA3pnCHwH
— #FuryWhyte | Saturday | BT Sport Box Office ???? (@BTSportBoxing) April 23, 2022
Heavyweight prospect David Adeleye impressed again with a fourth round knockout of Chris Healey. Karol Itauma also added a knockout to his undefeated record as he stopped Michal Ciach in two rounds.
Finally, super featherweight prospects Kurt Walker and Royston Barney-Smith both moved to 2-0 as they both produced shutout points victories.