Mike Alvarado Vs Ruslan Provodnikov - It was expected to be an exciting fight, and it exceeded expectations. Momentum switched repeatedly the whole way through and we were never quite sure what was going to happen. Alvarado started well but it ended up being Provodnikov that came out on top, breaking the home man down in 10 rounds. Provodnikov RTD 10.
Juan Diaz Vs Juan Santiago - A fight that didn't really get fight fans' mouths watering actually ended up being pretty interesting. Juan Diaz was always in control but Santiago came through a lot of punishment to go the distance and dish out a little bit of his own. Diaz UD.
Carl Frampton Vs Jeremy Parodi - Frampton does what is expected of him, out-classing and dominating the game Frenchman over 6 rounds. The Irishman finished the fight with a solid left-hook to the body. Frampton KO 6.
Timothy Bradley Vs Juan Manuel Marquez - Bradley puts on a career-best performance and scores his career-best win, out-classing and out-working Marquez over 12. Marquez had some success but was made to look wild and messy for most of the fight. Bradley SD.
Orlando Salido Vs Orlando Cruz - Salido regains his WBO title with a 7th round KO. Cruz had some success early on but eventually he just couldn't keep the Puerto Rican away. Salido KO 7.
Vasyl Lomachenko Vs Jose Ramirez - Lomachenko dominates in his highly-anticipated debut and showed everybody what the hype is about. Ramirez was game but just couldn't match the Ukrainian in any department. Lomachenk KO 4.
Miguel Cotto Vs Delvin Rodriguez - Cotto bounces back with a dominant victory over a game but limited Rodriguez. Cotto started fast and took the fight to Rodriguez, stopping him in style in just 3 rounds. Cotto TKO 3.
Terence Crawford Vs Andrey Klimov - In a slow-paced fight, Terence Crawford out-classes his fellow unbeaten opponent in every round of the fight. Klimov's effort just wasn't good enough and he couldn't match Crawford in any department. Crawford UD.
Anthony Joshua Vs Emanuele Leo - A dream debut for Anthony Joshua as the big man showcased his skills and then blasted out his undefeated opponent in just one round. Joshua KO 1.
Scott Quigg Vs Yoandris Salinas - A close and tricky fight for both fighters, ended in disappointment for both when a draw was announced. The majority of fans scoring the fight believed Quigg just done enough with a strong finish, but the judges couldn't separate them. Majority Draw.
Kevin Mitchell Vs Marco Lopez - Mitchell puts on a punch-perfect performance in front of his army of fans at the O2 to show that he is one to look out for again in the British lightweight division. Lopez was game but eventually just took too much punishment. Mitchell TKO 6.
Lee Selby Vs Ryan Walsh - Welsh star Selby comes through a tough test to win a wider-than-deserved points victory over 12 rounds. Selby UD.
Adonis Stevenson Vs Tavoris Cloud - Stevenson shows us he can box as well as bang, out-classing Cloud over 7 rounds before inflicting enough punishment to make the American retire at the end of the 7th. Very impressive performance from the WBC champ. Stevenson RTD 7.
Jean Pascal Vs George Blades - Pascal, clearly hyped and eager to impress, started fast and picked apart his inferior opponent before knocking him out in style in the 5th round. Pascal KO 5.
Eleider Alvarez Vs Edison Miranda - A motivated Miranda presented a tough test for the young star Alvarez. However, the veteran just wasn't good enough or sharp enough to compete with Alvarez who really impressed. Alvarez UD.
Julio Cesar Chavez Jr Vs Brian Vera - Chavez failed to impress on his comeback, looking unfit, unmotivated and lethargic. Many people feel Vera did more than enough to win but Chavez was awarded the controversial decision.
Billy Joe Saunders Vs John Ryder - One of the most highly-anticipated British fights of the year lived up to its high expectations. Both middleweight prospects excelled and caused the other one problems. Going into the final few rounds they were inseparable on the scorecards and Saunders did just enough to edge it in the final few. Many fans would love to see this one again! Saunders UD.
Dereck Chisora Vs Edmund Gerber - Chisora scores arguably the most impressive victory of his career, dominating the tough German over 5 rounds to win the EBU European title. We may have another British heavyweight to look out for on the world scene once again. Chisora KO 5.
Curtis Woodhouse Vs Derry Mathews - An intriguing war ends suddenly in round 4 after a devastating right-hand from Mathews sends Woodhouse to the canvas. Woodhouse rose to his feet but was still clearly out-of-it and the referee ended the fight. Mathews KO 4.
Liam Smith Vs Erick Ochieng - Another intriguing domestic match-up provides us with everything we were expecting. Both youngsters gave it their all in a close fight, but eventually it was Smith who proved to be the stronger and more effective fighter to take home the vacant British belt. Smith UD.
Floyd Mayweather Vs Saul Alvarez - Mayweather proves once again to be unbeatable and by far the best fighter on the planet. The 36-year old was expected to have a tough test against the young Mexican Canelo, but instead made it look easy throughout the whole 12 rounds. Mayweather MD.
Danny Garcia Vs Lucas Matthysse - Garcia defies the odds once again and scores his career-best victory, out-scoring, out-working and out-classing arguably the most devastating puncher on the planet. Matthysse did show heart, and had some success, but he just wasn't good enough to match Garcia on the night. Garcia UD.
Ishe Smith Vs Carlos Molina - A very unexciting fight to watch is only notable because the IBF world title changed hands. In a terrible clash-of-styles fight, Molina left with the victory because he was simply the man that threw more punches and tried harder to make it an interesting fight. Molina SD.
Ashley Theophane Vs Pablo Cesar Cano - An intriguing battle between two men that needed to prove themselves going into this fight. Theophane showed tons of heart, fitness and determination but unfortunately couldn't close the gap on Cano who had built up and early lead with his formidable strength. Both men gained something in this fight. Cano SD.
Kid Galahad Vs Jazza Dickens - Two up and coming prospects produce a mini-war that was very intriguing to watch. Dickens had a lot of success from the southpaw stance early on but eventually it was Galahad that proved to be just too good on the night. Galahad KO 10.
Seth Mitchell Vs Chris Arreola - Arreola keeps his promise and destroys Mitchell in just one round. Arreola KO 1.
Efrain Esquivias Vs Rafael Marquez - Esquivias causes a big upset, out-working and stopping ring veteran Marquez in 9 rounds. The right-hand that ended it was a crushing one and is also likely the shot that sends 38-year old Marquez into retirement. Esquivias TKO 9.
Ricky Burns Vs Raymundo Beltran - British star Ricky Burns gets pushed to the limit in front of his home fans in Scotland, just managing to hold onto his world title via a controversial draw. The majority of fans, fighters and experts believe the smart and aggressive Beltran deserved to go home with the belt. Majority Draw.
Stephen Simmons Vs David Graf - Scottish cruiserweight Stephen Simmons boosts himself up the ranking with a win over unbeaten German David Graf in a grueling fight. Both men showed tons of heart but Simmons proved to be the stronger and smarter man. Simmons UD.