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After a very entertaining boxing weekend, let's take a look at how the League Table is shaping up after Week 11, but first here are the results from the weekend.

1) Patrick Nielsen (Decision) Vs Patrick Mendy
2) Lee Selby (Decision) Vs Martin Lindsay
3) Andy Lee (Decision) Vs Anthony Fitzgerald
4) Carl Frampton (KO) Vs Kiko Martinez

Patrick Nielsen improved to 18-0 8 KO's, he out-pointed the tough, Patrick Mendy in a competitive bout. Nielsen made the third defence of his inter-continental title and also moved into fourth position in the WBA Middleweight rankings. Expect to see Nielsen in some form of "eliminator" next.

Lee Selby pulled out another great performance, he didn't get the KO, but he dominated a solid British level fighter in Martin Lindsay over twelve rounds. Although Selby did show a great offensive arsenal, he did get clipped by several hard left hooks throughout the fight. If he wants to move onto world level, his defensive skills need to improve.

Andy Lee got a "W" under his belt, he out-pointed journeyman Anthony Fitzgerald over ten entertaining rounds of boxing. Lee surprisingly struggled at times in the fight, he was easily pushed back and bullied against the ropes. If he wants to win a world title, he will have to be a lot better than Saturday nights performance.

Carl Frampton looked very impressive, he became the first person to stop Kiko Martinez inside the distance. Frampton's movement caused Martinez big problems in the early stages, however Martinez's constant pressure won him a few of the middle rounds, but a huge right hand dropped Martinez in ninth, and the referee waved the fight off.

Here is the League Table after Week 11:

Patricipants Points Points earned this week
1) SWALKS (-) 86 8
2) Hamza (+1) 84 10
3) oI F a T a L x (-1) 83 8
4) killerb23 (+2) 77 6
5) Jimthepimpdaddy (-) 76 4
6) Q.Cardenas (-2) 74 0
7) TheBaracas (-) 73 6
8) Superstarste (+1) 72 8
9) BoxPred (+1) 71 8
10) Robbie1601 (-2) 64 0
11) Philwhelan (+4) 62 8
12) OldmanMixu (+1) 59 4
13) david shaw (-2) 57 0
14) Herr Pigdog (-2) 56 0
14) Gordon (+1) 56 6
15) Dan2012 (-2) 54 0
16) Heisenberg (-) 49 0
17) James Hernandezz (-) 45 0
17) A_Corry (-) 45 0
18) JamieBoxing29 (-) 38 0
19) JohnyT (-) 36 0
20) Mcar129 (-) 35 0
21) BoxingOpinions (-) 34 0
22) Hellbouy (-) 16 0
23) Lee N (-) 15 0
23) David F Jamieson (-) 15 0
24) Dan Calvert (-) 10 0
24) TheLadHimself (-) 10 0
25) joecbrooke (-) 8 0
25) Quincyboxingfan (-) 8 0
26) Agamenmon Busmalis (-) 7 0
27) Reddevilt99 (-) 6 0
27) Boxing101 (-) 6 0
28) BlueBlueElectricBlue (-) 5 0
28) Azad (-) 5 0
29) Osiris (-) 4 0
29) Imran hussain (-) 4 0

So quite a few changes to the top half of the table, props to "Hamza" for  earning the highest score of ten points this week, and to "philwhelan" for moving up the most places in the League Table.

We only have one week left for the Boxing Prediction League this season, we will have a few bonuses, so almost everyone in the top half of the table will stand a chance of winning the league and the prize for this season. So make sure you make your predictions for the FINAL week of the season.

Here are the fixtures for next week, Week 12.