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Here's my best attempt at a shot of the ring girls. #Adverboxing http://t.co/M4ep9WxvzL— @Tbassam 14 March 2014
Kelvin Young post-fight: "I or probably could have had him out earlier but I was enjoying what I was doing in the ring."
There speaks a confident boxer. In truth it did look the case.
Tom Hark rings around the Oasis as Kelvin, his trainer Rich Farnan and his manager Keith celebrate another win.
Here's Kelv as the result is announced:
The Swindon favourite was awarded it 80-72 matching the Adver card.
Young takes it!
It's over now we wait for the decision.
Kugler offering more in this round but probably isn't enough.
Rich Farnan calls for a big final minute.
Kugler comes out swinging, he must know he needs to stop Young to win.
Despite that Kelvin takes another round, we have him ahead in every round so far.
Young is warned for blows below the belt.
Another round to Kelvin, the only thing missing is that knock-out punch #adverboxing— @michaelreeves78 14 March 2014
Kugler still offering little,
Kelvin takes the sixth.
Kelvin has Kulger on the ropes as he continues to offer more than his opponent.
Just like @Tbassam photographry skills as he tries to snap the the ring card girl #adverboxing— @michaelreeves78 14 March 2014
Kugler is very limited, comes barging forward without doing a lot, Kelvin adds another round to his score #adverboxing— @michaelreeves78 14 March 2014
Kelvin worked Kugler more in that round and takes another one on the Adver card.
Kugler straightens his face as both boxers tire.
Kelvin on top so far in this round, landing more shots as Rich Farnan shots encouragement.
It's cagey as the fourth closes. Probably just Kelv's.
Young rocks Kugler again with some decent combinations.
Another round for Kelvin as Kulger offers little. We have Kelvin for every round so far.
Kelvin landing more shots than Kugler as the ref calls for a break.
Another round for Kelvin on our card.
Kelvin Young's barmy army out in full force as Kelvin steps it out late in the round. Kugler looking leggy as the bell goes.
Kugler misses with an uppercut as both boxers struggle to land shots.
Good round for Kelvin, worked his jab well, Kugler's footwork all over the place #adverboxing— @michaelreeves78 14 March 2014
We give the first round to Swindon's Young Gun 10-9.
Kelvin the most aggressive so far.
Kelv hits with a good string of shots early.
We're set for eight rounds of three.
Kelv weighs in at 12st 7".
The Oasis is going buts for Kelvin.
Here comes Penhill's finest Kelvin Young.
Kugler is entering the ring.
The announcer with the fancy shoes is back thanking the sponsors, Kelvin and his opponent Tomas Kugler are on their way.
It's been a pretty decent night for @KMPromotions fighters so far, Kiwitt powerful, Martin patient, Quaddus skilful #adverboxing— @michaelreeves78 14 March 2014
We've got a bit of time before the main event..Kelvin Young #adverboxing— @michaelreeves78 14 March 2014
We all know who is next: it's only Adver Sportsman of the year Kelvin Young! Tension is rising in the Oasis.
You could overhear Pow saying "No, no, no," as the doctor made the call. It's unfortunate for Pow as it seemed an innocuous clash of heads.
It's over as Pow's cut above the left eye. The ref decides on a technical draw after 2.24 of the first round.
Pow has a cut above his left eye, could have been a head clash as no clear shots were landed.
Pow's opponent is carrying a few more than Pow around the midriff but the early exchanges are pretty even.
Now we have the penultimate fight of the night #adverboxing— @michaelreeves78 14 March 2014
Obeslo enters the ring in a hoodie only marginally better than Manuel Pelligrini's.
Pow is up against Josef Obeslo of the Czech Republic.
Quaddus, who improved his record to two wins from three bouts - his last in 2008 - is not planning to go out and celebrate at the after party tonight he is going home to get an early night.
"After my first fight six years ago I went out, celebrated, ate all the junk food I could and then lost my second fight," he said after his 40-36 win over Cristian Gomez.
"Tonight I'm going home, I'll see my little boy in the morning and will be back in the gym either Tuesday and Wednesday."
Up next is the English-born Alicante-based Ricky Pow, his name is great.
However the announcer's shoes are causing quite a stir ringside, is he going bowling later?
In other news we're yet to get a decent shot of the ring girls:
Quaddas gets his second with an unanimous points decision!
It's over, no knockout but we have every round for the Swindon trained Quaddas.
Farnan calls for work as Quaddas looks like he can take him.
Quaddas coming on very strong, it looks like he wants this over before the bell.
We're into the fourth and final round.
We're into the fourth and final round.
We have that one for Quaddas.
Quaddas lands a big left hand Hoskins-Gomes' nose is busted further.
Quaddas misses with a big uppercut.
Quaddas connects with some crunching body blows as both boxers slow it down in the third.
Richard Farnan is calm as he send Quaddas out for the third. We gave that last round to the Swindon-based fighter 10-9 btw.
Hoskins-Gomes nose is bleeding and we're worried for our iPad as Quaddas land a few uppercuts in the corner. This is fun stuff to watch as both boxers slug it out.
Hoskins-Gomes lands with some heavy shots in the second.
Hoskins-Gomes keeps coming forward and landed a few decent shots, hard round to call we give it to Quaddas narrowly.
Quaddas definitely the more technical boxer.
From the early exchanges it's obvious Quaddas has more but Hoskins-Gomes wants a war.
We're on for four three-minute rounds.
Martin said after his win "it couldn't have gone any better. I wobbled him in the 4th but I think that it was more tiredness than anything.
"It was a great start and the fans were superb."
Quaddas's opponent is Cristion Hoskins-Gomes.
Up next is Tariq Quaddas, when the Adver spoke to promoter Keith Mayo about this lad he said he was one to watch. It's Quaddas's first pro fight in three years but as an amateur he win the Junior ABAs and boxed for England in the four nations.
The crowd loved that decision and it was a decent debut from Martin, Nesbitt was dogged but unspectacular.
Martin worked the jab well in the last round and moved very slickly. I have a Martin win 59-55 #adverboxing— @michaelreeves78 14 March 2014
MARTIN TAKES IT 60-55!
Martin is definitely the flashier boxer and finishes the sixth on the up. Now it's decision time.
Nesbitt knows he must be more aggressive in the last but it's all Martin currently.
A cagey fifth round but Martin takes it by our scores.
Martin pins Nesbitt on the ropes but doesn't land anything too big.
Comfortably Martin's round.
Martin definitely on top in this round but Nesbitt still stands.
Martin shakes Nesbitt with a hard shot early in the third.
A late flurry for Nesbitt and a lack of scoring blows for Martin mean we have that round 10-9 to the veteran.
Every time Martin lands a shot the crowd are up on there feet, it's happening with more regularity.
Martin straight on to front foot but Nesbitt lands a with ropey looking swing.
We have that round 10-9 to Martin.
Martin continues to look sharp in the second round, landing the heavier shots.
Ryan Martin is looking relaxed but is giving up 7lbs to nesbitt #adverboxing— @michaelreeves78 14 March 2014
The first of six two-minute rounds ends with Martin on top.
Martin is making the early running, Nesbitt yet to land a shot.
Martin as he enters the ring:
The crowd goes ape as Martin's name is announced.
Heading to the ring is Ryan Martin's opponent 185-fight veteran Jason Nesbitt, no relation of Jimmy as far as I'm aware.
That was Kiwitt's second professional win and his first stoppage.
Next on is Ryan Martin, he's a big hometown favourite having been a star amateur with Walcot.
Kiwitt finishes Rain in 2.03 of the FIRST ROUND!
First round and Kiwitt is connecting with some decent shots.
Kiwitt's opponent Rain is only his second fight.
The first of the KM Promotions boxers Freddie 'Prettboy' Kiwitt is in the ring.
First fighter is out its Owen Rain.
The Oasis is upstanding for a very soulful of rendition of God Save The Queen from crooner PG.
The referees are being introduced they are Jeff Hinds and Kieren McCann.
Team turquoise would like to wish Kelvin Young good luck on his boxing match tonight against Czech Tomas Kugler at the Oasis Leisure...— @MarklandClinic 14 March 2014
Just spoke to @KMPromotions and he said that he'd been on the go since 5.30am doing everything including making sure that there's water— @michaelreeves78 14 March 2014
There are 5 bouts on the @KMPromotions bill. Kelvin Young will be ring walking around 10 if other fights go the distance #boxing— @michaelreeves78 14 March 2014
Things are warming up here at the Oasis, if you want to get in contact tonight just tweet #adverboxing.