At Biddulph Valley Leisure Centre in Stoke-on-Trent last night, local favourite, Kieron McLaren, remained undefeated (11 wins) having dominated a six round Welterweight contest over Gloucester man, Andy Harris, to win on points 60-54
The Hatton Promotions / BCB Promotions show billed as ‘Pride of The Potteries’ also featured five undercard bouts, results as follows.
Kieron McLaren (Stoke-on-Trent) v Andy Harris (Gloucester)
6 x 3 Welterweight Contest
McLaren kept focused in this – his eleventh pro fight - as he faced quick footed Harris.
It was a good round 3 for the Stoke man who picked his shots and landed, with Harris having to hold on momentarily. Dominating from centre of ring - McLaren wins on points 60-54
Luke Caci (Newcastle-under-Lyme) v Daniel Borisov (Sofia, Bulgaria)
4 x 3 Cruiserweight Contest
Caci wins his third pro contest on points 40-36
Connor Parker (Woodville, Derbyshire via Burton-on-Trent) v Michael Mooney (Worcester)
4 x 3 Welterweight Contest
Mooney sustained a cut to the left eye in round 3
Parker wins on points 40-36
Owen Jobburn (Stoke-on-Trent) v Casey Blair (Bangor, N.I.)
4 x 3 Super-Middleweight Contest
Jobburn proved too much for Blair throwing everything at him with both gloves. The Stoke man laid in to him – pummelling his torso with lefts and rights in rounds two and three until Referee Kevin Parker stepped in to stop the contest in the third - Blair under too much pressure and unable to return shots due to relentless Jobburn.
Jobburn wins by third round TKO
Nathan Clarke (Winsford, Cheshire) v Danny Little (Driffield, Yorks.)
4 x 3 Super-Welterweight Contest
The start of this four rounder was delayed while Clarke went back to get his ‘guard/protector’.
Clarke ‘goes for it’ at the end of the third round but Little looked unfazed. A closely fought contest with a messy fourth and final round. Clarke gets the points decision 40