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Chris Eubank Jr vs Wanik Awdijan LIVE RESULTS: Hughie Fury wins as Hammer retires with bicep injury with Eubank Jr next

HUGHIE FURY has beaten Christian Hammer after the Romanian retired with a bicep injury after round five.

Chris Eubank Jr is in action next against Wanik Awdijan with Savannah Marshall to face Lolita Muzeyah in the main event.

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    Christian Hammer does his ringwalk draped in a Romania flag, not sure if he is patriotic or cold.

    Fury glides to the Newcastle ring in a perfect white gown - almost virginal.

    Hammer was beaten by Hughie's cousin Tyson way back in 2015, will it be repeat or revenge?


    Emotional Sky Sports promo between trainer-father Peter Fury and heavyweight charge Hughie.

    Both are usually very quiet and stoic but they share a few smiles ansd giggles discussing their bloody and business relationships.

    Can dad make his 27-year-old son a world champion?


    After two years out Georgia O'Connor made her pro-debut in Newcaastle tonight.

    The 21-year-old Geordie said she felt rusty but the she impressed plenty of people at super-welter.


    Brad Rea and Jes Smith smashed lumps out of each other for eight rounds "for nothing".

    Not tinpot WBA interim international belt, not even a WBC franchise title.

    Just two throwback lads desperate to prove themselves in big fights...


    Chris Eubank has grown up in the boxing buiness and knows exactly what it's like when it's a family affair.

    The son of British ring legend Nigel is watching the YouTube generation of boxing stack cash.

    But he has a word of warning for fellow Brit fighter Tommy Fury over his planned Jake Paul bout.


    Hughie Fury is so dedicated to becoming a heavyweight world champion, like cousin Tyson, he has built a gym in his garden.

    And if the 6ft 6in 17st fighter isn't scary enough, he has a couple of canine pals to keep the place secure when he isn't in the ring.