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A review of all the action at the Ponds Forge Arena

In Sheffield we saw Gary Buckland successfully defend his British Super Featherweight title for the first time. He won the title last year by outpointing Gary Sykes to a unanimous decision over twelve rounds. For this fight, Buckland's opponent was ex Commonwealth Featherweight champion Paul Truscott.

This was supposed to be a tough fight for Buckland, but he continually bullied Truscott to the ropes where he would outwork him, whilst landing some clean shots to the head body. Buckland had Truscott down once in the tenth and it looked like it might be all over there and then, but to Truscott's credit he got back up and and fought till the end.

In a post fight interview, Ricky Hatton (Buckland's promoter) mentioned that their next move would be to try and get a fight between Buckland and Stephen Foster Jr made. Both Foster Jr and Buckland are with Hatton promotions so I can't imagine that they will be any great difficultly to get this fight made. Foster Jr is an experienced fighter, Buckland is always improving so it's got the potential to be a really good fight, and one I'll look forward to.

On the under-card, Heavyweight prospect Richard Towers stopped Harold Sconiers in the fifth round, Welsh boxer Bradley Pryce pulled off the upset, he outpointed prize fighter champion Patrick Mendy by one point. Unbeaten Light Middleweight Sergey Rabchenko knocked out Ronny Gabel with a left hook to the body, Rabchenko was originally scheduled to fight Ryan Rhodes, but unfortunately Rhodes suffered an injury and had to pull out of the fight.

Overall a good night of boxing in Sheffield, Buckland, Rabchenko and Towers were all impressive. Was this fight card in Sheffield a good follow up from the last?