Scott Quigg made a successful defence of his WBA super-bantamweight title with a second-round stoppage of South African Tshifiwa Munyai.
Manchester boxer Tyson Fury is on a collision course with fellow British heavyweight, Dereck Chisora.
David Price made a triumphant return to the ring with an easy first-round knockout victory against stand-in Istvan Ruszinski.
Carlos Maidana has responded to Floyd Mayweather's question to fans about who he should face next, by posting the question in Spanish.
Mayweather could face Bolton's Amir Khan, but Argentinian Maidana has reposted Mayweather's tweet in his native language to Spanish fans.
Floyd Mayweather's question to fans over who his next fight should be with has had thousands of interactions on Twitter.
Mayweather posed the question with a picture of Amir Khan and Marcos Madiana, the two men linked to face the boxer next.
Bolton-born Khan signed a contract in December that put him in line for a possible super-fight with Mayweather this year, but he is still waiting to find out if he will face the unbeaten world light-middleweight champion
I'm going to let the fans vote. Tell me who I should fight next. Khan or Maidana? http://t.co/342WnS26Vz
Floyd Mayweather has asked his fans on Twitter if he should fight Amir Khan next.
The Bolton-born star signed a contract in December that put him in line for a possible super-fight, but he could also face Argentina's Marcos Maidana.
Khan, a former world champion and 2004 Olympic silver medallist, has been holding out for a lucrative clash with Mayweather since suffering a scare in his last fight - a dramatic points victory over Julio Diaz - in Sheffield last April.
Bolton's Khan has a 28-3 record as a professional, while Mayweather has won all 45 of his bouts, including victory over the previously undefeated Ricky Hatton in 2008.The 30-year-old Maidana, who Khan beat in 2011, has a 35-3 record.
The Smith brothers Paul, Callum, Liam and Stephen have served up an incredible 15 victories in the boxing ring this year. Well now they've been dishing up another treat for more than 400 soldiers in the Duke of Lancaster's Regiment - Mike Hall reports from Weeton Barracks in Preston.
Liverpool's Smith brothers were amongst a group of North West boxers who helped serve up Christmas dinner to troops from 2nd Battalion the Duke of Lancaster's Regiment at Weeton Barracks near Blackpool.
Stephen says it was a great experience.
Liverpool boxing stars the Smith brothers were amongst a group of North West boxers who have helped bring some festive cheer to local troops.
Liam, Stephen, Paul and Callum helped serve up Christmas dinner to soldiers from 2nd Battalion the Duke of Lancaster's Regiment at Weeton Barracks near Blackpool. The regiment has a strong tradition of boxing.
I'd like to apologise to everyone for not doing what I said I would do! I gave it everything and the better man won and that's it. Gutted..
The fans who travelled, ill be forever in your debt I'm truly shocked.. Like I said the better man won, no excuses. Thanks again for support