BOXING is back on TV tonight as Denzel Bentley defends his British middleweight title against Felix Cash.

The pair are arguably the two best 160lbs fighters in the country and face off on Frank Warren's show tonight in London.

  • Start time: Undercard on NOW
  • Main event set for 10.30pm
  • TV/ live stream: BT Sport 1/ EE Customers can watch FREE

Follow ALL of the latest updates from York Hall below…

  • Wally Downes Jr


    West London's Adeleye has promoter Frank Warren very excited but this is a massive step-up.

    Sokolowski has a KO win over Nick Webb on his record and has been in with the likes of Dillian Whyte.

    Can the 5-0 Portobello prodigy continue his assault on the heavyweight scene right now?

  • Wally Downes Jr


    Class southpaw Henry Turner gets every round against Clayton Bricknell.

    The ref scores it 60-54.

    The Showm,an is going to grow into another southpaw talent out of Al Smith's ibox gym down in Bromley alongside Dennis McCann.

  • Wally Downes Jr


    Battersea boy Denzel Bentley has arrived at York Hall.

    And proud Traveller Felix Cash has made the trip up from Surrey…

  • Wally Downes Jr


    Final session now.

    Al Smith wants Turner to mix up the tempo, lure Bricknell in to a slow-paced fight and then attack at speed.

    Bricknell complains of a low blow and the ref agrees but just with a verbal warning to Turner.

    Turner connects with a few uppercuts and hooks but Bricknell hears the final bell.

    Turner clear points winner here…

  • Wally Downes Jr


    An arrow of a left hand lands from Turner but Bricknell keeps marching on.

    A crisp right hook from Turner cuffs around Bricknell's ear again.

    Bricknell is taking a bit of a spasting but grinning though it all and throwing back all the way.

  • Wally Downes Jr


    Turner counters Bricknell a few times at the start of the stanza, right hooks and straight lefts landing.

    Little bit of afters on a break the ref called then Turner lands a beautiful right hook around Bricknell's left ear.

    Bricknell is getting clipped but he drops his hands and walks forward looking for more, just before the bell rings.

  • Wally Downes Jr


    Bricknell has lost three times but never been stopped, Turner would make a statement with a win inside the distance.

    Turner drives two hooks into Bricknell's ribs but the ref warns him for going too low.

    Turner spanks Bricknell's temple with a left hand and then targets his body.

    A lead uppercut and left hand are lovely as Bricknell struggles to cope with the onslaught.


  • Wally Downes Jr


    Booming left hand from Turner scores, a crisp one-two follows that and Bricknell is beginning to mark up.

    This is the most spiteful Turner has looked in his young career so far.

    Bricknell goes into his shell on the ropes and Turner unloads but is not greedy.

    Good left hook from Turner. Bricknell is a tough man.

  • Wally Downes Jr


    Bricknell comes right out the traps but silky southpaw Turner is ice cool early on.

    Bricknell tries a right to Turner's body and gets clipped cleverly over the top.

    Bricknell throws a right hand on the bell and Turner slips it and counters with a southpaw right hook to snatch the round.

  • Wally Downes Jr


    Undefeated super-lightweight Turner is another of the exciting talents coming out of Al Smith's ibox gym.

    Bricknell is 3-3-1 so has not settled on life as a journeyman yet and could cause The Showman problems.

    Turner is trying to go 5-0 with this bout at York Hall.

  • James Orr


    Karol Itauma won in dominant fashion earlier on tonight.

  • Wally Downes Jr


    Talented Ellie Scotney was not impressed with Marcus McDonnell's card for that George Davey win.

    Jamie Stewart pushed the pace and landed enough times to make it a close call.

    But the ref called it 59-56.

  • Wally Downes Jr


    Karol Itauma did not care how good Ryan Hibbert's Stone Roses ringwalk tune was.

    The Kent light-heavy and decorated team GB amateur dropped him three times inside the opener before it was stopped.

    Bye Bye Bad Man…

  • Wally Downes Jr


    The referee scored it: 59-56 clearly preferring the more defensive back-foot work.

    Stewart can feel hard done by because he applied all the pressure and landed a few times.

    York 23-year-old Davey looks very talented but a bit too casual on that showing.

  • Wally Downes Jr


    Last round now and Stewart has been the more aggressive fighter.

    Davey looks accomplished but he has not controlled the bout like he should have.

    Stewart misses and Davey does fire a few digs into his body but there's no sign of a cutting ends and Stewart gets back on the front foot.

    All over – this could be tight.

  • Wally Downes Jr


    Stewart takes the initiative again with a looping left hook.

    Davey isn't hurt but he is harrassed and slashed at again and doesn't return fire.

    Finally a nice firm jab and a right hand from Davey connects.

    Stewart launches another attack, it's ragged and wild but it scores and Davey cannot prevent it.

  • Wally Downes Jr


    Would love to see more of Davey's right hand.

    Stewart will feel he has a very easy shift tonight, throwing and missing and never getting countered.

    Davey ships a jab on his nose just as the session ends.

  • Wally Downes Jr


    Better start from Davey with a stiffer jab and right hand.

    Davey's defence is slick but he is not punishing Stewart for missing.

    G-Force George has been more like a warm summer breeze so far .

    Third ends.

  • Wally Downes Jr


    Davey is long and skilled but he is not proactive enough here.

    Stewart hasn't landed much but he has thrown bundles more and applied the pressure.

    Davey jabs to head and body but with little intent or power.

    Need to see more form the amateur talent who is expected to be a pro success.

  • Wally Downes Jr


    Stewart lands a couple of jabs and a check left hook in the opener, Davey makes a slow start.

    York lad Davey, 23, is trying to counter Stewart but getting caught.

    Stewart looks a little bit like Conor McGregor from up here on the York Hall balcony.

    Bell goes – Davey might have given that one away needlessly.

  • Wally Downes Jr


    G-Force Davey is a 3-0 Frank Warren prospect who could have taken a far easier fight than this.

    Stewart took heavy handed welterweight Florian Marku the distance, in just his third fight and got a draw.

    Davey could make a big statement here if he can handle the fearless 2-1-1 Stoke man.

  • Wally Downes Jr


    Ryan Hibbert walked to the BT Sport studio ring to his favourite Stone Roses tune – a seminal moment in his life and mine, in a way.

    What did Karol Itauma do?

    He folded him three times and finished him off in the opening round -before the faint echo of Ian Brown's voice had even completely hushed.

    This is a bad man.

  • James Orr


    The York Hall over in east London plays host tonight.

  • Wally Downes Jr


    If Karol Itauma can abuse a Stone Roses fan like that, he can damage anyone at light-heavy.

    The 20-year-old wonderkid has no soul.

    I bet he prefers the second album…

  • Wally Downes Jr


    Ryan Hibbert walked to the ring to a Stone Roses track so should have won the opener 10-8.

    But the red-hot Itauma backs him into a corner and drops him mercilessly.

    The journeyman with the superb music taste is hammered to the deck again but rises.

    Until a barrage of body shots folds him for a third time and the ref waves it off.

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