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This weekend, we had some very entertaining fights with several big names in action. Let's take a look at what happened last night, and then we'll see how the League Table is shaping up.

1) Carl Froch (KO) Vs Yusaf Mack
2) Tony Bellew (Decision) Vs Robert Bolonti
3) Adrien Broner (KO) Vs Antonio DeMarco
4) Seth Mitchel Vs Jonathan Banks (KO)
5) Brian Viloria (KO) Vs Hernan Marquez

Carl Froch did what he was supposed to do against Yusaf Mack. Mack dropped down in weight to make this fight happen, so he was weak going into the fight, you add that to the fact that Mack has been stopped every time he has fought a world class opponent, and you have a miss-match. Froch is campaigning for a rematch with Mikkel Kessler, Lucian Bute and Andre Ward.

Tony Bellew won every round against Argentinian, Robert Bolonti, but there was a big scare in the third round when Bolonti caught Bellew with a counter left hook, which opened up a nasty cut over the right eye of Bellew. Bellew boxed smart for the remainder of the fight, and a "Final Eliminator" for the WBC crown could be next for "The Bomber."

Adrien Broner showed us last night why he is one of the most talked about champions in boxing. He moved up in weight to face Antonio DeMarco, who held wins over Jorge Linares and John Molina, and completely dominated from start to finish. Broner closed the show in round eight, he dropped DeMarco with a hard left hook, and DeMarco's corner threw in the towel.

Johnathon Banks pulled off the big upset of the week. He stopped Heavyweight prospect Seth Mitchell in the second round. It was a brutal stoppage, with Mitchell down on the canvas three times, and the referee waved off the fight after the third knock-down. It's a long way back for Seth Mitchell, a world title shot awaits Johnathon Banks.

Brian Viloria dropped Hernan Marquez multiple times before finally stopping him in the tenth round of a fight that lived up to expectations. With that win, Viloria finds himself in or around the P4P top ten fighters on the planet. Another big fight should be right around the corner for Viloria. After such a brutal fight, it's a tough road back for Marquez.

Here is the League Table after week 2.

Participants Points Points earned this week
1) Jimthepimpdaddy (+6) 20 12
2) OldmanMixu (+12) 19 12
3) killerb23 (+7) 18 10
3) SWALKS (+16) 18 12
4) JamieBoxing29 (-) 17 9
4) Philwhelan (+5) 17 10
4) oI F a T a L x (+14) 17 12
5) Dan2012 (-7) 16 6
5) Q.Cardenas (-1) 16 8
5) TheBaracas (+6) 16 10
6) Hamza (-9) 15 5
6) Lee N (-9) 15 5
6) Superstarste (-7) 15 7
6) Robbie1601 (+3) 15 9
6) BoxPred (+7) 15 10
7) Herr Pigdog (-4) 14 7
7) david shaw (+9) 14 10
8) Heisenberg (+12) 13 10
8) James Hernandezz (+12) 13 13
9) Dan Calvert (-16) 10 0
9) TheLadHimself (+6) 10 6
10) joecbrooke (-13) 8 0
10) Quincyboxingfan (+8) 8 8
11) BoxingOpinions (-11) 7 0
11) Agamenmon Busmalis (-10) 7 0
11) Gordon (+5) 7 7
11) JohnyT (-9) 7 1
12) Hellbouy (-9) 6 0
12) A_Corry (+2) 6 6
13) Boxing101 (-7) 5 0
13) BlueBlueElectricBlue (-7) 5 0
13) Azad (-7) 5 0
14) Osiris (-5) 4 0
14) Imran hussain (-5) 4 0

So congrats to "Jimthepimpdaddy", "Oldmanmixu", "SWALKS" and "oI F a T a L x" for getting the highest points score of 12 this week. Another well done to "Jimthepimpdaddy" for moving up to first place, and to "SWALKS" for moving up the most places in the league this week.

Hard luck "JohnyT" who only got one single point this week, there's always next week.

Everyone is still on track to get the prize for this season, which is a poster of the winner's favourite fighter.

Here are the fixtures for next week, Week 3.