All the action from Bentley-Heffron 2 as it happens

Mark Heffron vs Denzel Bentley 2 is live from the BT Sport Studio from 7.30pm on BT Sport 1 HD and BBN are reporting all of the action round by round right here.

 

 

Fight # 1
6 X 3 Minute Rounds Welterweight Contest
MICKEY BURKE JR. v THOMAS BROADBENT

19-year-old Mickey Burke Jr scored his first peo career KO in the second round. It was 'The Gent's' first time stepping up against a winning fighter in Thomas Broadbent and he now moves up 4-0.

 

Fight # 2
6 X 3 Minute Rounds Super-Lightweight Contest
HENRY TURNER v DES NEWTON

Southpaw talent Turner, trained by Alan Smith, was smothering 'The Destroyer' by the second round.

In round five, Turner caught Newton in the corner for the first few moments and the 32-year-old from Devon looked a bit worse for wear by the end of the round.

Turner wins on points.

 

Fight # 3 
10 X 3 Minute Rounds Middleweight Contest
CAOIMHIN AGYARKO v ROBBIE CHAPMAN

Agyarko is up against an opponent who is giving it a real go.

'Black Thunder' was very patient and confident in his game plan, happy to pile up the points.

In the seventh round, Agyarko caught Chapman with a couple of good shots, particularly a right hand to the temple, then jumped on his hurt opponent and finshed matters in clinical style. A right hand started the motion, and 'Black Thunder' capitalised on the damaging blow to land accurately to stop the contest in clinical fashion.

 

Fight # 4 
4 X 3 Minute Rounds Light-Heavyweight Contest
TOMMY FURY v GENADIJ KRAJEVSKIJ

Young Fury is jabbing away and playing it safe in the opening round against an opponent who is coming forward.

21-year-old Tommy landed a heavy right uppercut in the second round that floored the Lithuanian and he couldn't recover.

 

Fight # 5 
The Vacant British Middleweight Championship
12 x 3 Minute Rounds @ 160lbs
MARK HEFFRON v DENZEL BENTLEY

The first round was fought at mid range, all set for another fantastic fight. Bentley's handspeed and reactions were outstanding but it was a close round with plenty of action and pace.

By the second round, Heffron was marked up by a straight right from Bentley. Those heavy right hands were highly effective.

Bentley is pressing the action and looks to be ahead on the scorecards early, Heffron's left eye was looking very swollen.

At the end of the fourth round, Heffron is forced to pull out of the fight due to his eye injury. The swelling was big and looked dangerous, so trainer Michael Jennings made the right decision to save his man.

25-year-old Bentley is the new British middleweight champion! His right hand was on point and did the damage that ended the contest. He is now unbeaten in 15 contests.

 

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