Blackpool boxer Brian Rose, who walked away from the sport five years ago, is now preparing for the fight of his life.
Derry Mathews became British lightweight champion for a second time after a split decision victory over Martin Gethin.
Scott Quigg made a successful defence of his WBA super-bantamweight title with a second-round stoppage of South African Tshifiwa Munyai.
Ellesmere Port boxer Paul Butler has a world title shot up in Newcastle tomorrow.
He is taking on the IBF Bantamweight champion, Stuart Hall, at the Metro Arena.
It is only the second time Butler has fought at this weight.
Liverpool's Natasha Jonas has guaranteed herself a medal at the EUBC European Women’s Boxing Championships in Bucharest, Romania.
Fighting in the 64kg category, she recorded a unanimous win over Italy's Valentina Alberti and joins Stockport's Stacey Copeland in Friday's semi-finals.
Excitement is building around the heavyweight grudge match between Manchester's Tyson Fury against Dereck Chisora.
The pair clash in Fury's home city in July.
Fury has been speaking to our sports correspondent David Chisnall at the launch of his new gym.
Amir Khan will invite Floyd Mayweather to his home in Bolton in the hope of hammering out a deal to fight him.
Khan is back in the North West after his impressive win on his welterweight debut against Luis Collazo in Las Vegas.
He's also preparing for another very important first, he's about to become a dad.
Daniel Hewitt has been speaking to the Bolton boxer.
A huge night awaits Bolton's Amir Khan tomorrow as he takes on Luis Collazo in Las Vegas.
Here's Chris Hall's preview of the big fight.
Former boxing champion Ricky Hatton has been refused entry to the US to commentate on the Mayweather v Maidana fight because of visa issues.
The 35-year-old was due provide commentary on the fight this weekend for the broadcaster BoxNation but was denied entry because of insufficient documents.
In a statement his solicitor said there is no indication that Hatton will not be able to travel in future.
Bury boxer Scott Quigg makes the third defence of his WBA World Super Bantamweight belt this Saturday.
As one of just three British world champions all eyes will be on the Phones 4 U Arena as he tops the bill in front of his home-crowd.
He faces South African Tshifhiwa Munyai.
David Chisnall met up with Scott at Manchester's Town Hall to see how his build up is going.