CARL FRAMPTON is back in the ring TONIGHT.
The Northern Irishman,33, was set to challenge Jamel Herring for the WBO super-featherweight title on June 13 but the fight has been postponed until November due to the global pandemic.
- Frampton vs Traynor is set to get underway at around 10.30pm BST
- The fight is set for 10 rounds at lightweight at the York Hall
- Michael Conlan vs former world title challenger Sofiane Takoucht is the co-main
- TV/ live stream: BT Sport 2 (from 8pm)/ BT Sport 1 (from 10.30pm)
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Well he's winning it here is Ofori.
What a huge setback it would be for Sharp if he loses htis.
But as we saw in the last fight, the judges might score cute than brawler.
Ofori landing some brilliant uppercuts. He defintiely takes the tenth!
INTO ROUND TEN
This could be closer than most thought it might have been.
Ofori has nbever looked hurt, neither has Sharp.
If Ofori can sneak this final round he could have a chance of a huge shock.
Both boxers leaving themselves completely open to get caught.
Ofori landed flush, then Sharp did. Meeting fire with fire.
Will we see some fireworks in the dying stages of this one?
Ofori has far from disgraced himself here, and has proved a tricky and frustrating opponent for Sharp.
Sharp never looked out of first gear for much of the fight in a dull affair to be honest.
Ofori has tried to cause the younger man some problems, but it's been a struggle.
Sharp making Ofori just think a bit more as he switches into being a bit more aggressive.
But Ofori doesn't seem too put off, and seemingly thinks he's well in this.
Ofori much better now, taking it to Sharp.
Needs a spark this fight.
Ofori must have got the memo, trying to show a bit more aggression.
He needs to otherwise this fight will just slip away.
Ofori needs to put the youngster under some more pressure to have any chance you feel.
Sharp allowed to completely dictate the speed so far, and it's all too comfortable.
Pace is suiting Sharp here, Ofori has sparred with Sharp before.
Will that spoil the fight?
Not the most exciting of rounds there unfortunately. Both feeling each other out.
Ofori is awkward, and said he was going to be 'mean and nasty' tonight.
ARCHIE SHARP VS JEFF OFORI
So we are onto our next fight.
Archie Sharp is a top prospect and should have too much for Ofori you would expect.
TROY THE CHAMP
IT'S A LONELY JOB
The Sun is the ONLY newspaper ringside for tonight's action, our intrepid reporter Wally Downes really has been a busy boy recently.
Seems to have taken a toll here… just…..need…..to….file….the….reports…..
QUALITY OVER QUANTITY?
Williamson maintains his unbeaten record there, but he is one lucky boy.
The judges all unanimous that he did enough, seemingly Scarffe's scrapping didn't appeal.
WILLIAMSON WINS IT!!!
97-94, 96-94, 96-95 ALL THREE JUDGES GIVE IT TO THE CHAMP.
AND IT'S ALL OVER…
We go to the judges' scorecards.
This is a close one surely…
SPIT IT OUT
Williamson's gumshield has been out twice here, a sign of tiredness as he opens his mouth to get as much air in as possible,
Scarffe scrapping away, some good body shots hammering in, but Williamson having the pick of the shots.
This could really go either way. Whoever loses won't be happy that's for sure.
You can usually tell who thinks they are ahead in the final round, but impossible here.
Both seem to be going for it, knowing that it's on a knife-edge.
Scarffe bundling forward and Williamson trying to pick him off.
INTO THE TENTH WE GO…
Scarffe raises his hand in the air at the end of the ninth.
But Williamson possibly did enough to sneak that.
Either way, the 10th could be MASSIVE. Scarffe gets it, the victory SHOULd be his.
Williamson boxing a bit better here, if he takes the last couple he might have a chance.
But it's just not his night tonight. He has come up against a real scrapper.
Nice body shot whacked in by Williamson, but seems to lack the power and still Scarffe comes forward.
Williamson starting to look a bit desperate here, trying to find the big shots, but can't find the space.
Could we have the first shock of the night?
HEART OF THE ACTION
They say if you want to win a title you really have to RIP it off the holder.
Well, Scarffe is doing just that here. We have him moving ahead in the fight.
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