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After another fabulous weekend of boxing, let's take a look at how the League Table is shaping up after Week 6. But first, here are the results from the fights last night.

1) Arthur Abraham (KO) Vs Mehdi Bouadla
2) George Groves (Decision) Vs Glen Johnson
3) Nonito Donaire (KO) Vs Jorge Acre
4) Deontay Wilder (KO) Vs Kelvin Price
5) Amir Khan (KO) Vs Carlos Molina

Arthur Abraham did what he had to do against an opponent who has never won before at world level. Bouadla was always competitive but the experience and punching power ruled the day and Abraham had his man out of their in the eighth round, making a first successful defence of his WBO Super Middleweight Title.

George Groves won just about every second of ever round against former world champion, Glen Johnson. Groves tried so very hard to make a massive statement and stop Glen Johnson, but a vicious barrage of power shots in the first and seventh rounds didn't seem to faze Johnson. It was a good learning fight for Groves, who should be fighting for world titles next year.

Nonito Donaire ended the year on a high with a stunning third round Knock-Out over Jorge Acre. With this win, Donaire is a strong candidate for "Fighter of the Year." He has had four fights this year, each one was a world title fight and all of his opponent were at one point world champions. Acre announced his retirement after the fight.

Deontay Wilder improved to 26-0 26KO, although he scored a vicious KO, he didn't look all that impressive through the first two rounds. His opponent was then undefeated Kelvin Price, Price seemed intimidated throughout the contest, but Wilder still looked slow and relatively easy to hit. A step up in class is needed for "The Bronze Bomber."

Amir Khan got back to winning ways with a TKO win over Carlos Molina. The end outcome was no surprise, Molina was a light punching Lightweight who had never fought at world level before, he was the perfect opponent for Khan who was coming off back to back defeats. While Khan's defence didn't improve much in the fight, he did show signs of improvement when fighting up close.

Here is the League Table after Week 6.

Participants Points Points earned this week
1) SWALKS (-) 61 15
2) Hamza (+1) 59 15
3) oI F a T a L x (+1) 58 15
3) Jimthepimpdaddy (+2) 58 15
3) TheBaracas (-) 58 15
4) Q.Cardenas (-4) 56 11
5) Dan2012 (+1) 54 13
5) BoxPred (+1) 54 13
5) Robbie1601 (+1) 54 13
6) killerb23 (-3) 53 10
7) Herr Pigdog (+2) 50 13
8) david shaw (-) 49 11
9) OldmanMixu (-2) 48 9
10) Philwhelan (+3) 46 13
10) Superstarste (+3) 46 13
11) Heisenberg (-2) 45 11
11) James Hernandezz (-2) 45 11
12) A_Corry (+1) 41 9
13) JamieBoxing29 (+2) 38 13
13) Gordon (+2) 38 15
14) JohnyT (-1) 36 10
15) BoxingOpinions (-6) 34 0
16) Mcar129 (+1) 26 15
17) Hellbouy (+6) 16 10
18) Lee N (-2) 15 0
18) David F Jamieson (+10) 15 15
19) Dan Calvert (-2) 10 0
19) TheLadHimself (-2) 10 0
20) joecbrooke (-2) 8 0
20) Quincyboxingfan (-2) 8 0
21) Agamenmon Busmalis (-2) 7 0
22) Boxing101 (-1) 5 0
22) BlueBlueElectricBlue (-1) 5 0
22) Azad (-1) 5 0
23) Osiris (-1) 4 0
23) Imran hussain (-1) 4 0

So props to "SWALKS", "Hamza", "oI F a T a L x", "Jimthepimpdaddy", "The Baracas", "Gordon", "Mcar129" and "David F Jamieson" for all getting the highest score of 15 points this week.

Props again to "SWALKS" for retaining first place and "David F Jamieson" for moving up ten places in the League Table this week.

The League is still very close, everyone is still within a chance of winning  the prize for this season.

Here are the fixtures for next week, Week 7.