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By Saj Chowdhury

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  1. Post update

    That is that folks.

    Thanks for reading.

    Congratulations to David Price and Dillian Whyte and all the other winners on the card.

  2. It was all-Whyte on the night for Dillian despite hitting the canvas in the ninth

  3. Want more boxing?

    Pacquiao v Thurman

    Pacquiao and Thurman

    In the early hours of the morning Manny Pacquiao takes on Keith Thurman in Las Vegas with a world title on the line.

    You can read a load of predictions by clicking here and check the BBC Sport website in the morning for a fight report.

    BBC boxing correspondent Mike Costello: The version of Keith Thurman who beat Josesito Lopez in January would not be good enough against Pacquiao. But I believe those 12 rounds will have been significant for Thurman in what was his first fight in almost two years, and his youth and overall strength will be decisive on Saturday.

    BBC Radio 5 Live boxing analyst Steve Bunce: Thurman is young enough, big enough and smart enough to beat this version of Pacquiao. I expect Thurman on points, perhaps with a few moans at the end.

    WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder: I like both fighters and what they've been able to achieve. Pacquiao's a legend who still is among the world's best fighters despite his age and having to overcome so many ups and downs. But I'm going with Thurman on a split decision in this one based on his youth and mentality.

  4. Now to find trousers that accommodate...

  5. 'He must fight before May 2020'

    Whyte defeats Rivas

    Promoter Eddie Hearn: "Wilder is mandatory. He deserves this. He's beaten another world class fighter.

    "He's the WBC interim champion and is the mandatory challenger which is the first time. We need to push the WBC because he must fight for the belt before May 2020.

    "He's proved he'll fight anyone. We'll make sure he'll have a fight in November/December."

  6. 'I might end up waiting 600 days to fight Wilder'

    Whyte defeats Rivas

    Dillian Whyte: "Rivas is undefeated. These guys have had 100s of amateur fights. He beat Andy Ruiz, he beat a lot of guys.

    "I'm a professional and lots of things been happening behind the scenes. I wanted a war and had a war. He's a great fighter. He's a tough man. I have a lot of respect for him.

    On the knockdown: "I went to move and crossed my legs and got caught with a punch. I won every round after that.

    And now Deontay Wilder? We'll see. A lot of things are said. Mandatory means I might end up waiting for 600 days.

    "We're looking to get another fight booked for November, December time.

    "Titles matter. To beat these kind of guys. People keep writing me off but I keep showing up."

  7. BreakingWhyte wins on points

    Whyte wins

    Dillian Whyte is the interim WBC heavyweight mandatory contender.

  8. Round 12

    Whyte v Rivas

    Rivas' eyes will need a lot of attention afterwards.

    That's it. Fight over.

    That was a superb and fascinating watch.

    The pair embrace.

    This should be Whyte's.

  9. Round 12

    Whyte v Rivas

    Thirty seconds to go!

    Waiting for Rivas.

  10. Round 12

    Whyte v Rivas

    An upper cut is followed by a right hook from Whyte.

    Rivas has got about 90 seconds to come up with something special and devastating.

  11. Whyte shows his heart

    From this in round nine to world title shot?

  12. Round 11

    Whyte v Rivas

    Oscar Rivas is doing his best to protect himself from Whyte's upper cuts and jabs.

    They both look fatigued but the Brit remains disciplined - probing and prodding.

    The bell goes.

    So, how will this end?

    If Rivas is down with the judges then what has he got left in the tank?

  13. Round 11

    Whyte v Rivas

    A big right hand from Whyte catches Rivas, he then follows it up with a jab.

    Rivas sings Elton as he stays standing.

  14. Round 10

    Whyte v Rivas

    That was better from Whyte - a very good recovery.

    Should Rivas have unloaded again? Actually, could he have unloaded again?

    The Colombian's left eye receives more treatment.

    What next?!!!

  15. Round 10

    Whyte v Rivas

    Whyte finds the body of Rivas but the Colombian recovers well.

    The Briton launches another combo but Rivas goads him.

    The Colombian then thinks he's received one low but ref Loughlin says it was legal.

    This is agony in a entertaining way.

  16. Round nine

    Whyte v Rivas

    Both fighters are breathing hard - the lactic is bursting out of the arms of both.

    Whyte responds with a jab in the last 20 seconds.

    But how much did that upper cut hurt him?

  17. Round nine

    Whyte v Rivas

    Dillian Whyte is not steady at all - he hopes Oscar Rivas has not reloaded.

    50 seconds to go...!!!

  18. Round nine - Rivas floors Whyte

    Whyte v Rivas



    Dillian Whyte hits the deck!

    Where did that come from?

    He gets the count from the Scottish ref.