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Who won Blueface vs Ed Matthews fight? Results from AnEsonGib vs Austin McBroom 2

Rapper Blueface stopped Ed Matthews in a 'wildcard' fight on the undercard of AnEsonGib's rematch with Austin McBroom on Saturday night.

The rivals were drafted in at short notice and added to the KingPyn Boxing tournament which will be held over three fight nights. Blueface and Matthews have clashed repeatedly in the build-up to the fight and finally settled their beef between the ropes in London.

And it was the rapper who had his hand raised after four rounds, having dropped Matthews in the second round and forced the referee to administer a count in the third session. Matthews appeared to be struggling with his cardio but did respond well in the final round before an onslaught from Blueface forced another two counts before the referee finally stepped in to stop the fight with just one second of the bout remaining.

After having his hand raised, Blueface said: "Like I said before, I’m going to take him to deep waters where he can’t swim and I’m going to be victorious. Thank you to everyone for coming out. I did this for myself, I love to fight. I’ve been fighting for free for a long time so if they’ve got money then I’m fighting. Ain’t nobody worth me calling out, so tell them to call me with some money in the contract and we'll fight."

Here are the results from the rest of the action-packed card...

Emily Brooke bt Amber O'Donnell via unanimous decision

Emily Brooke began her influencer career with a convincing victory over Amber O'Donnell in the night's opening bout. Brooke landed the bigger shots in the first of five scheduled rounds as the two debutants felt each other out in the opening stages. O'Donnell landed her best shot of the round at the bell to remind her rival she was in the fight.

And it was O'Donnell who took the initiative at the start of the second round as she took the fight to Brooke who responded well as the two ladies went toe-to-toe. And Brooke pushed on in the third round as she looked to extend her advantage while O'Donnell complained of an arm injury while on the stool.

It was a similar pattern in the fourth session as Brooke landed a three-punch combination to start the round. O'Donnell attempted to turn the tide in the final round with some powerful left hooks, but she ultimately came up short as the judges scored the bout 49-46, 49-46 and 50-45.

6ar6ie bt Whitney Johns via unanimous decision

6ar6ie dropped Whitney Johns en-route to a convincing points decision to advance to the semi-finals. 6ar6ie began the stronger of the two in the first round, landing by far the better shots. Both women began to show signs of fatigue in the second of five scheduled rounds and that led to a toe-to-toe battle, even if technique was thrown out of the window somewhat. Johns began to come back into the fight in the third round as 6ar6ie's face began to mark up. But it was she who began to dominate at the start of the penultimate round as she landed her left hook in what was becoming a battle of will.

And 6ar6ie landed a right uppercut which floored Johns and looked to have ended the fight. But the referee remarkably allowed the bout to continue despite Johns appearing to have been knocked out. And 6ar6ie continued where she left off in the final session as she made sure the judges were left in no doubt as to the winner. And they duly complied, scoring the bout 50-45, 50-44 and 50-44.

6ar6ie bt Whitney Johns via unanimous decision (KingPyn Boxing)

King Kenny bt My Mate Nate via TKO

It was a fast start to the fight as Kenny looks to use his long jab to keep Nate at bay. Nate looked solid with his fundamentals as he stuck his tongue out at Kenny who was throwing some wild punches. Nate fired back with some of his own in an entertaining first round. But it was Kenny who stamped his authority on the fight in the second round when he dropped Nate twice in quick succession before the fight was waved off.

King Kenny won by stoppage (KingPyn Boxing)

Jully Poca bt Daniella Hemsley via unanimous decision

Jully Poca had the Brazilian fans off their seats with a dominant performance against Daniella Hemsley - although she was taken the distance by her dogged opponent. Poca was much the stronger fighter from the opening bell with the only chance of an upset coming in the second round when she accidentally stood on the referee's ankle and injured herself in the process. Poca was able to continue however and refused to slow up as Hemsley barely landed a punch of note. There was ultimately no surprise when each of the three judges awarded the Brazilian each of the five rounds.

Jully Poca on her way to victory (KingPyn Boxing)

Jarvis bt Tom Zanetti via TKO

Jarvis returned from an 18-month absence to stop DJ Tom Zanetti who put up a spirited display in his second boxing bout. Jarvis looked the sharper fighter from the opening bell with Zanetti at least showing improvements from his debut earlier this year. Jarvis increased his output in the second round as he targeted Zanetti's body and his pressure paid off as the DJ quit midway through the third round, dropping his hands to his waist and refusing to fight on.

Tom Zanetti quit in his fight with Jarvis (KingPyn Boxing)

Elle Brooke bt Ms Danielka via unanimous decision

Elle Brooke came through against Ms Danielka to ensure she remains on course to reach the final as one of the favourites in the tournament. Brooke had been confident about winning by stoppage but her Polish opponent refused to wilt in the storm and took the OnlyFans model the five-round distance.

Ms Danielka had a size advantage in the fight and at times made it count, going as far as to bloody Brooke's nose in the second session. And the Pole made good use of her jab in the third round to remind Brooke she was in a fight, although ultimately it was the model who prevailed on the judges' scorecards by a score of 49-46.

Elle Brooke won a points decision (KingPyn Boxing)

Whindersson Nunes bt Filip Marcinek via TKO

WhIndersson almost took the roof off the Wembley Arena with a stunning second-round stoppage victory. The Brazilian superstar was given a rapturous reception as he entered the ring and did not disappoint his huge fan club. After a solid opening round, Whindersson stepped on the gas and dropped Filip Marcinek three times in the second round. And although the Pole rose after the first and second knockdowns, he was unable to do so after a body shot left him crumpled on the canvas.

The winner said: "If you see something and you think it’s easy, it’s because it was very hard when nobody was watching. I said the clown was going to get him and the clown got him. I know my next fight will be in Dublin and there are a lot of a Brazilians there so I am excited."

Whindersson Nunes won by stoppage (KingPyn Boxing)

AnEsonGib vs Austin McBroom

AnEsonGib emerged victorious in his rematch with Austin McBroom with the American forced to quit through injury in the third round in London. The rivals were meeting for the second time in eight months with Gib winning their first meeting by stoppage after dropping McBroom five times. And their second fight was warming up nicely after two rounds when McBroom stopped fighting as he showed his obvious discomfort.

The referee attempted to give him a count but he was in no state to continue as the fight was waved off at the start of the third session. "There’s no room to celebrate, we are moving onto the semi-finals," said the winner. "Jarvis I am coming for you, whoever is then in the final I am coming for you next. Camp was excellent, I felt great compared to my first fight. So much for Austin McBroom coming back into this tough tournament."

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