This contest between newcomer Ben Gazer and the old slammer Martin Gadd has been quite a fight.
In the early rounds Gadd nearly had a knockout with a punch to the solar plexus, but after a chat with his seconds and a storm of encouragement from his supporters, Gazer hit back and had Gadd in trouble.
But Gadd fought back with all the experience and muscle of a crafty old boxer. Many people never want to see him in the ring again because he so often tends to explode below the belt.
Gazer, back in his corner encouraged his fans to give him more strength but, despite their cheers, he began to look hopeless.
Then Gadd's manager failed in his attempt to throw in the towel on bewhalf of the opposition in order to stop more bloodshed. He then left the Stadium, sick of the carnage.
The referee had a good look into Grazer's eyes and declared he was still fit to continue this uneven contest.
As I speak this slogging match still looks in the balance. A points decision looks probable. It could even be declared a draw.
From our Boxing Correspondent Bert Mugg at the Ringside