Tonight in Manchester, England, British light middleweight champion Jamie Moore squared up to Michael Jones in the hopes of landing himself the Lonsdale belt outright. Moore had already beaten Jones by a decision and sought a decisive performance to cap his Lonsdale winning effort not to mention his promised place in history for being the first man from his home city of Salford to do so for many decades. Jones came out intent to avenge his only loss by aggressively taking the fight to Moore but the opening round saw both fighters take the majority of punches on their guards with the only drama being Moore sustaining a cut due to a clash of heads. In the second, Referee Dave Parris had to call the fighters together to calm the action after some dirty tactics from Jones but Moore settled down, soon finding his range and beginning to land hard shots. In the third, defending champion Moore hit Jones with a hard shot that knocked out his gumshield followed by a low shot at which time Parris stepped in to stop the action; but Moore had already pulled the trigger on another shot that knocked Jones down. Confusion arose over whether Parris stepped in to stop the action because of Moore's first hard shot or the low blow. Moore appeared to have scored an impressive early win when suddenly, Parris disqualified Moore. Observers are outraged at the decision of the referee and it looks like another blatant mishap that will damage the career of one of British boxing's brightest stars. Stay tuned for more news on this story as it breaks.