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This weekend was another great one for boxing, there was some big Heavyweight action and a great fight between an undefeated champion and one of the biggest names in the sport. Let's take a look at the League Table after Week 4, but before we do that, here are the results from the fights this weekend.

1) David Price (KO) Vs Matt Skelton
2) Tyson Fury (Decision) Vs Kevin Johnson
3) Miguel Cotto Vs Austin Trout (Decision)
4) Andrew "Freddie" Flintoff (Decision) Vs Richard Dawson

David Price scored yet another early Knock-Out, he came through a shaky opening round to stop Matt Skelton with some brutal body shots. Even though Price showed huge power, he didn't look invincible in the first round as he was pushed back onto the ropes and roughed up by the forty five year old Skelton.

Tyson Fury won a wide unanimous decision over the best opponent of his career so far. He worked behind a jab and out-worked Johnson, who seemed to be in survival mode, to win all twelve rounds. The obvious fight us fans want to see is a bout between David Price and Tyson Fury, after both of their respective performances this weekend, that fight just got very interesting.

Austin Trout successfully defended his WBA Light Middleweight crown for the fourth time, he came through some tricky early to middle rounds to comfortably win on points. Trout proved he is an elite talent, a fight with Saul "Canelo" Alvarez may be next for him. After his performance last night, Alvarez is a winnable fight.

Andrew "Freddie" Flintoff beat Richard Dawson on points over four rounds on his professional debut. He out-worked Dawson in all of the rounds, but lost the second due to being Knocked-Down. We have to give Flintoff a lot of credit for getting into the ring in the first place, but I think it would be a wise idea not to fight again.

Here is the League Table after Week 4

Participants Points Points earned this week
1) Q.Cardenas (+4) 37 11
2) SWALKS (+1) 35 9
2) Dan2012 (+1) 35 9
3) oI F a T a L x (+3) 34 9
4) OldmanMixu (+4) 33 4
4) TheBaracas (+2) 33 9
4) Hamza (+2) 33 10
5) Jimthepimpdaddy (+2) 31 6
5) BoxPred (+2) 31 9
6) killerb23 (-8) 30 4
7) Robbie1601 (+5) 29 9
8) david shaw (+1) 27 6
9) Herr Pigdog (-1) 26 5
10) JamieBoxing29 (-4) 25 3
11) Philwhelan (-1) 24 4
11) Heisenberg (+1) 24 4
11) James Hernandezz (+1) 24 4
11) BoxingOpinions (+4) 24 11
12) Superstarste (-4) 23 3
13) JohnyT (+1) 21 7
14) A_Corry (+2) 21 8
15) Lee N (-3) 15 0
15) Gordon (-3) 15 1
16) Dan Calvert (-) 10 0
16) TheLadHimself (-) 10 0
17) joecbrooke (-) 8 0
17) Quincyboxingfan (-) 8 0
18) Agamenmon Busmalis (-) 7 0
18) Mcar129 (+6) 7 7
19) Hellbouy (-1) 6 0
20) Boxing101 (-1) 5 0
20) BlueBlueElectricBlue (-1) 5 0
20) Azad (-1) 5 0
21) Osiris (-1) 4 0
21) Imran hussain (-1) 4 0







Well done to "Q.Cardenas", "Boxing Opinions" and "Hamza"  for getting the highest score of eleven and ten points this week. Props to "Robbie 1601" for moving up the most places in the League.

Like I said last week, everyone still has a chance of winning the prize for this season, one good week could place you near the top end of the league table.

Here are the fixtures for next week, Week 5.