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Stephanie Trapp

World Boxing News provides live results from the O2 Arena in London as Anthony Joshua puts his career on the line against Robert Helenius.

Results will appear here.

Anthony Joshua vs Helenius results:

Somebody, please save Derek Chisora from himself. On Saturday night, the former heavyweight title challenger looked like a shell of the fighter he once was.

After Tyson Fury finished beating him to a pulp, Gerald Washington gave him kittens for the first four rounds. Chisora dug deep, but against any fighter was more than five rounds in the tank, he would have been stopped.

Whatever trainers, friends – and those around Chisora are seeing during camp – it’s undoubtedly not transferring to fight night. Chisora looks old, ragged, and on the verge of being seriously taken out at all times.

After getting a debated decision in London, who does he fight next? Anyone in the top thirty or forty who could put together a couple of good rounds would easily end Chisora.

It’s sad that his promoter, family [who were at ringside], or good friend Tony Bellew shouting at ringside don’t tell Chisora his time has passed.

When the announcer read out scores of 98-93, 97-94, and 96-94, inevitably for Chisora with three UK judges on a Matchroom show, giving it to Washington would have been mercy for the Briton.

Derek Chisora doesn’t need to fight ever again and should never have been allowed in the ring again after his Fury battering.

Filip Hrgovic made heavy weather of a less-than-elite Demsey McKean before eventually getting the stoppage in the final round.

The tough Croatian continues to get the significant build-up due to his amateur background and credentials as the number one contender with the IBF. However, it’s the second big event in succession where Hrgovic has looked unimpressive.

If he manages to land the Oleksadnr Usyk fight in 2024, he’d need vast improvements on this showing.

CompuBox: Hrgovic established his technical superiority early. He’d landed 28 power punches through two rounds to McKean’s 9. After six rounds, the power punch disparity was 76-39.

After the ninth round, it was 137-91. The commentators and Hrgovic’s corner felt that he should have tried harder to stop McKean.

In the final round, Hrgovic hurt McKean and scored the knockdown. The referee started counting before halting the bout.


In the first of four heavyweight bouts, Englishman Johnny Fisher, known as “The Romford Bull,” powered his way to the Southern Area title.

In the opening seconds, after an early onslaught, Fisher almost got Harry Armstrong out of there. However, Fisher bided his time and settled for ending the argument in seven.

An overhand right did the damage, almost taking Armstrong out, cutting his eye, and forcing him to take a standing eight. Fisher followed up his excellent shot with more devastation leading to the end.

CompuBox broke down the stats.

After a wild opening minute that saw Fisher knock down Armstrong, the fight seemed to settle into a pattern where Fisher was landing hard punches while Armstrong was absorbing punches as he attempted to maneuver Fisher into the ropes.

Though Armstrong landed thudding shots occasionally, he could not match Fisher’s accuracy. Fisher landed 48% of his total punches and 54% of his power punches.

Another power punch flurry by Fisher put Armstrong down again, and though he beat the referee’s count, Fisher would not let up, forcing Armstrong’s corner to throw in the towel.

Before the main action, Ricky Hatton prodigy Campbell Hatton fought more like his uncle Matthew as the Hyde super-lightweight remained undefeated.

Hatton won 78-74 after showing cleaner work against Tom Ansell. According to CompuBox, Hatton should have taken a clean sweep.

“Campbell won every statistical category tracked by CompuBox. He was the busier, more accurate fighter, especially in the power punch category.

“Hatton threw 102 more power punches and landed 60 more.”

Campbell Hatton

Training under the tutelage of Matthew, the former European welterweight champion, Hatton can now boast a record of 13-0.

British and Commonwealth titles should be in the immediate future, with no further time wasted for the son of a legend.

Middleweight George Liddard continued to climb the ladder as a professional as “The Billericay Bomber” notched another W.

Six rounds of action concluded with 59-55 in favor of Liddard over Dutchman Bas Oosterweghel.

Brandon Scott coasted past Louis Norman to push his record to 6-0 at featherweight. Scott had too much in his locker and scored a six-round shut-out like Courtney.

In the opener, Maiseyrose Courtney is now 4-0 and on course for female honors. The Eltham star carded a one-sided 60-54 decision over Gemma Ruegg to stay perfect.

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