That fight was the one between Erkan Teper (13-0, 9) who claimed the EBU-EU Heavyweight title with a 6th round retirement victory over Newfel Ouatah (12-1, 8). Teper's win here follows stoppages over Michael Sprott and Martin Rogan and it's fair to say he'll be looking to use this victory to leap frog up the European rankings and hopefully into a European title fight in the next year or two.
One of the few other bouts saw the hard hitting but relatively weak chinned China Smith (35-4, 27) take a 10 round decision over Mike Sheppard (21-17-1, 9).
In Australia we had a very 1-sided bout which saw Willie Nasio (4-1, 4) destroy the limited Dean Garmonsway (2-8, 2) in 3 rounds. Garmonsway was dropped in round 2 then dropped twice in round 3 before being stopped. Nasio, although not great, is heavy handed and could well be very fun to follow.
One late result we got was from Canada where Cody Krahn (1-0, 1) scored a 4th round TKO on his debut to defeat the more experienced Taylor Bull (2-4, 2). Krahn isn't likely to get much attention but hopefully he can develop into another prospect as the Heavyweight division slowly becomes more and more interesting.
Another late result, from the US was that Van Goodman (3-5-2, 3) scored an opening round KO over the weak chinned James Roe (1-4, 1), who has been stopped in all of his 4 losses.