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Live Reporting

Michael Emons

All times stated are UK

  1. Thanks and goodbye

    That's all for this live page so thank you for joining us and for your comments.

    It was a brave effort from Derek Chisora, but it wasn't enough as Oleksandr Usyk got the win and may well be fighting Anthony Joshua at sometime in the future.

    Until next time, bye for now.

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  2. Stylish Usyk beats Chisora on points

    Oleksandr Usyk delivered a stylish and measured display to pick apart Derek Chisora in a points win that underlined his credentials at heavyweight.

    The former unified world cruiserweight champion moved with grace and picked punches beautifully to frustrate his British rival over 12 rounds.

    An attack in the seventh sent Chisora staggering to the ropes and Usyk was sublime in landing shots on the move.

    A shattered Chisora had no reply and lost 117-112 115-113 115-113.

  3. Wales' Selby beaten by Kambosos

    Mark Robinson

    Lee Selby's dreams of competing for a second world title were left in tatters after a points defeat at the hands of George Kambosos at Wembley Arena.

    Selby, 33, looked to be finding a rhythm at halfway but Australia's Kambosos stayed patient and began to deal with the Welshman's movement.

    A right hand caught Selby's chin flush in the eighth and another drilled home in the 12th and final round.

    It was enough for Kambosos to win a split decision 118-110 114-115 116-112.

  4. Superb Marshall beats Rankin to win WBO title

    Savannah Marshall beats Hannah Rankin

    Savannah Marshall produced a stunning performance to stop Hannah Rankin over seven rounds and win a world title for the first time at Wembley Arena.

    England's Marshall offered eye-catching variety and wonderfully crafted shots on her way to a dominant win and the vacant WBO world middleweight title.

    The 29-year-old's ferocious attack in the seventh forced Scotland's Rankin to take a knee and the bout to be stopped.

    "I'm over the moon," Hartlepool's Marshall told Sky Sports.

    "There were times when I thought, 'When will my chance come?' But tonight it did and I grabbed it with both hands."

  5. McCarthy crowned European champion

    Tommy McCarthy

    Tommy McCarthy was crowned the European cruiserweight champion after beating Belgian Bilal Laggoune in London.

    The Belfast boxer, 29, had the measure of Laggoune throughout the bout and triumphed on a majority decision.

    Two judges scored the fight in McCarthy's favour with tallies of 116-112 and 116-113, with the third marking a 114-114 draw.

  6. Usyk - Marks out of 10? Three

    Oleksandr Usyk, who won to become mandatory challenger for Anthony Joshua's WBO world heavyweight title, said: "Chisora is a big guy, a hard guy and is a real test at heavyweight.

    "I was expecting the fight like that, even a tougher fight."

    Asked to give himself a mark out of 10, he replied: "Three out of 10. I have not boxed in one year."

    Can he still be world champion? "Absolutely. The undisputed world heavyweight champion. Not just world champion."

  7. Reaction from Chisora

    Asked if he thought he had won, Derek Chisora replied: "Yes 100%. I had a few rounds away but I was pushing the pace. But the judges saw it a different way.

    "I'm just disappointed with the result, when you are in there you take shots, it's a fight game.

    "He did very well. I am gutted. In the heavyweight game you have to fight and not box. I gave a couple of rounds away."

    And in a general message, Chisora added: "Be kind to each other. We're all struggling, The world is bad out there right now."

  8. 'Usyk will not live with the top six heavyweights'

    Former light-middleweight world title challenger Ryan Rhodes...

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  9. 'He has pedigree and is a good mover'

    British heavyweight Dillian Whyte on BBC Radio 5 live: "I didn't see anything special from Usyk. Derek was following him around - I don't know what advice he was being given. There were no boxers in there [in Chisora's corner]. It is a joke. Maybe their plan was to survive 12 rounds.

    "Usyk can be a force because he has pedigree and is a good mover, but that's about it."

  10. 'Usyk danced, moved and was slick'

    Steve Bunce

    Boxing pundit on BBC Radio 5 Live

    Apart from the first round, when Derek's pace and speed caught him off guard, Usyk found his rhythm. He danced, he moved and he was slick.

  11. BreakingUsyk wins via unanimous decision

    Oleksandr Usyk wins this one and is now the mandatory challenger for one of Anthony Joshua's title belts.

    The margins are 117-112, 115-113 and 115-113. All three judges for Usyk. He's the winner.

    Derek Chisora was brave, he didn't stop trying, but it was not his day.

  12. Post update

    Here we go..

  13. Post update

    Usyk marching around the ring, bowing to all sides. He thinks he's done this and got it.

  14. To the judges