Tommy Fury vs Grant LIVE RESULTS: Fury WINS on points, Dubois beats Dinu by KO – stream free, TV, latest reaction

TOMMY FURY remains unbeaten after beating Scot Jordan Grant on points in their four-round contest.

And it's been a successful return to the Daniel 'Dynamite' Dubois, who scored an excellent second round demolition of Bogdan Dini.

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  • Live results: Daniel Dubois BEATS Bogdan Dini (R2 KO)
  • Nathan Heaney BEATS Iliyan Markov (R3 TKO)
  • Tommy Fury BEATS Jordan Grant (points)
  • Caoimhin Agyarko BEATS Ernesto Olvera (R3 retirement)
  • Liam Davies BEATS Stefan Slavchev (R2 TKO)
  • Adan Mohamed BEATS Luke Fash (points)
  • George Bance BEATS Jordan Ellison (points)
  • Daniel Buciuc BEATS Naeem Ali (points)

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  • Jake Lambourne

    ROUND TWO

    INCREDIBLE! DUBOIS WINS BY KNCOKOUT!

    Dinu fails to beat the count after Dubois landed a huge right hand.

    The Londoner landed flush on the Romanian's chin, which sent him sprawling across the canvas.

    And he didn't even both in trying to get to his feet.

    What a KO from Dubois, but we know he carries that power.

  • Jake Lambourne

    ROUND ONE

    A strong start for Dubois who is forcing Dinu on the backfoot.

    Dubois is looking to throw the power punches, with Dinu looking to counter with a right hook.

    But trainer McGuigan will be happy with what he's seen so far.

  • Jake Lambourne

    HERE WE GO

    The fighters are making their way to the ring.

    A reminder that the WBA interim heavyweight title is on the line.

  • Jake Lambourne

    DAN THE MAN

    Not long now until the main event where Daniel Dubois is looking to get back to winning ways.

    The Londoner faces Bogdan Dinu is his first bout since his defeat to Joe Joyce.

    And with new trainer Shane McGuigan besides him, Dubois is looking to make an impression.

  • Jake Lambourne

    BODY BLOW

    Here's how Heaney secured his stoppage victory.

  • Jake Lambourne

    HITMAN HEANEY

    It was a great performance from Heaney who moves to 12-0.

    Heaney stopped Markov in the third roundCredit: PA
  • Jake Lambourne

    ROUND THREE

    IT'S OVER! HEANEY WINS BY KNOCKOUT!

    Heaney's body shots proved to be too much, as a right hook to the body sent Markov crashing to the canvas.

    And he failed to beat the count.

    A very impressive display from the 32-year-old.

  • Jake Lambourne

    ROUND TWO

    Heaney is starting to unload as he looks to let his right hand go.

    A body shot causes Markov to wince as he returns with a left hook.

    But the body shots are having a huge effect as he takes a deep breath when walking back to his corner.

    Big signs that Heaney is already wearing his Bulgarian opponent down.

  • Jake Lambourne

    HEANEY vs MARKOV – ROUND ONE

    The opening round goes to Heaney who fails to get carried away by his fans cheering him on.

    He keeps Markov at bay with his jab, and shows he is a superior boxer.

    His quick hands already look to be marking up Markov's face.

  • Jake Lambourne

    TOO FAST TOO FURIOUS

    Here is what Fury has to say after his win.

  • Jake Lambourne

    HERE WE GO

    Heaney comes into this middleweight dust-up having wo n all 11 of his fights.

    Meanwhile Markov boasts a record of 6-14-2 and has lost his last two outings inside the ring.

    Markov has fought eight times in the UK and has lost on each occasion.

  • Jake Lambourne

    NATHAN HEANEY vs ILIYAN MARKOV

    The roof at the Telford international centre is about to come off.

    Six hundred sun and beer-soaked Stokies have made the trip down to watch the local hero in middleweight action.

    Markov is in for something special in a few minutes, when the wild entrance happens, poor little fella

  • Jake Lambourne

    TOMMY ON JAKE

    And here is what Tommy Fury had to say on Jake Paul.

    “I’m ready, whenever.

    “Come and get it. Listen I’m a Fury, it’s in my f*****g blood. If you want it, come and get it.”

  • Jake Lambourne

    JOHN FURY REACTION

    Here's what John Fury had to say on his son Tommy potentially fighting Jake Paul.

    "Good on Jake Paul, doing what he’s doing. Good luck to the kid, he’s game enough to get in the ring. Any man who gets in there is a game man.

    “But listen, it’s a big difference coming from no crowd to a big crowd.

    "It’s a first night out for them, they are very noisy. It’s brand new again for him.

    “But Jake Paul, we’ll have you next mate! If you think he’s no good, we’ll take Jake Paul next. Tyson’s undercard, 24th July. Jake Paul."

    Though that fight won't take place on July 24 as Paul is facing Tyrone Woodley in August.

  • Jake Lambourne

    FURY REACTION

    Tommy Fury – and his dad John – called out Jake Paul after the bout.

    And the light-heavyweight declared he learned more in his fight with Grant than in any of his previous five outings.

    TNT then insisted that his career is a marathon and not a sprint, and won't be rushed.

  • Jake Lambourne

    FURY WINS

    Tommy Fury makes is 6-0 after winning on judges scores of 40-36.

    Though he didn't get the stoppage, Fury impressed with his boxing skills and ring IQ.

  • Jake Lambourne

    ROUND FOUR

    A solid closing round from Grant who put the pressure on knowing he needed a knockout to win.

    And even though he caught Fury and caused him problems, he was unable to land the decisive blow.

    Without a doubt Fury's hardest fight of his career so far.

  • Jake Lambourne

    ROUND THREE

    Another solid round from Fury who lands a number of clean uppercuts.

    Grant is still catching Fury, but his punches semm to have no effect at Tyson's brother stalks his opponent around the ring.

    Fury is three rounds up.

  • Jake Lambourne

    ROUND TWO

    A much better round from Fury who deals with Grant's aggressive style.

    His jab constantly off put Grant's rhythm and the 23-year-old's face is marked up.

    Grant was unable to close the distance on Fury who was more than happy to box at range.

    Fury winning this fight with just two rounds left.

  • Jake Lambourne

    ROUND ONE

    A solid opening round for Scotsman Grant who starts quick and forced Fury on the backfoot.

    Fury landed the neater punches on the inside, but Grant has shown he is up for the challenge.

    Not an opening round the fans were expecting to see.

  • Jake Lambourne

    TOMMY FURY VS JORDAN GRANT

    Here we go!

    Both light-heavyweights are making their way to the ring.

    Expect Fury to call out Jake Paul should he emerge victorious.

    Fury is 5-0 inside the squared circle, while Grant has won both of his bouts.

  • Wally Downes Jr

    BEL-FAST START

    Caoimhin Agyarko almost had that won in the opening round with a peach of a hook.

    Olvera plugged away but was pulled out before the fourth…

  • Wally Downes Jr

    AGYARKO WINS

    Olvera overloads with a looping right and Agyarko punishes him with a volley to the trunk.

    The Belfast banger has won every round so far but that highlight-reel moment is still evading him.

    But, before the fourth can start, Olvera is pulled out so Agyarko gets the win.

  • Wally Downes Jr

    ROUND TWO

    Olvera has settled into things and looks less vulnerable to Agyarko's body blows.

    The Belfast lad has pushed the pace all the time but been a little one-paced.

    Olvera is tucking up every time the danger appears so Agyarko needs to spring a surprise on him.

  • Wally Downes Jr

    PUNT PERFECT

    Frank Warren's son Francis reckons we are watching a future world champion.

    Will the Irish ace make us all a fortune?

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