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.
This weekend sees a Manchester derby in the boxing ring as Anthony Crolla takes on his good friend John Murray.
The winner hopes to get a shot at the world title in the near future.
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Tyson Fury flipped over a table, sending bottles and belts flying, at a news conference with opponent Dereck Chisora.
The boxers squared-up at the Lowry Hotel in Salford, ahead of their July showdown at Manchester's Phones4U Arena.
Fury, from Salford, jumped over the mess he had created before storming out. He left Chisora to face the press alone.
Manchester heavyweight boxer Tyson Fury is due to face his fierce rival, Dereck Chisora.
The two will square up a press conference to promote their forthcoming fight this summer.
Fury and Chisora go head to head in a crucial rematch at the Phones 4 U Arena on Saturday the 26th July for the vacant British Championship.
The contest is billed The Fight For The Right with the winner getting the chance to take on Ukrainian WBO World Champion, Wladimir Klitschko.
The eagerly anticipated fight between Wythenshawe's Tyson Fury and Dereck Chisora will take place in Manchester in July, it was confirmed today.
The winner of the clash will take on Wladimir Klitschko for the WBO title.
Tony Bellew overcame a scare to claim a 12th-round knockout victory over the durable Valery Brudov on his cruiserweight debut.
Topping the bill in his hometown, 'Bomber' Bellew, fighting for the first time since being stopped by WBC light-heavyweight champion Adonis Stevenson last year, was given a stern test of his credentials by his rugged Russian opponent.
The Merseysider started well and a one-two dropped Brudov on to the seat of his pants in the second round and the 37-year-old veteran was arguably saved by the bell after being dropped by Bellew again in the closing stages of the sixth.
Brudov, who had won 41 of his previous 45 contests before Saturday night, shrugged off any cobwebs and a heavy right hand left Bellew reeling in the seventh, with the 31-year-old barely surviving the round.
Bellew appeared more cautious from that moment on, boxing behind his jab, content to merely win the rounds.
Brudov had to go for broke in the final round, but his brave challenge finally came to an end when he left himself wide open to a left hook from Bellew, who watched on as his dazed opponent was counted out.