Joyce vs Wallisch LIVE RESULTS: Stream FREE, TV channel, UK start time and undercard for TONIGHT

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JOE JOYCE takes on Michael Wallisch TONIGHT as he gets back in the ring ahead of his huge clash against Daniel Dubois pencilled in for later this year.

The heavyweight bout tops the card live from BT Sport’s studios in London, and we’ve got all of the updates from it here.

Follow ALL of the latest from fight night below…

UP NEXT: Denzel Bentley vs Mick Hall (middleweight)

⏩ 𝗨𝗣 𝗡𝗘𝗫𝗧 ⏩

🥊 Bentley v Hall

Huge punching 12-0 middleweight Denzel Bentley takes on his toughest test in Mick Hall now live on @btsport! pic.twitter.com/6PdWYcYI1W

— Frank Warren (@frankwarren_tv) July 25, 2020

TURNER’S PRIZE

40-35: That’s the ref’s verdict, meaning unbeaten prospect Turner won all four rounds.

It was solid, never quite spectacular from Turner – but still a promising, encouraging display against the unorthodox Adaway – who was even smiling as the verdict was announced.

TURNER VS ADAWAY

TURNER GETS THE VERDICT

TURNER VS ADAWAY

It’s all over!

TURNER VS ADAWAY

Round 4 –Adaway has to stretch to land a couple of hits.

But Turner responds with a crisp blow through the guard.

TURNER VS ADAWAY

Round 4 – Adaway more mobile now, but gets caught by a neat left-hander.

TURNER VS ADAWAY

Round 3

That must be a 10-8 round for Turner as the bell rings.

TURNER VS ADAWAY

Round 3

Adaway takes a standing count!

A swift right-hander does the trick as Turner looks more confident now.

TURNER VS ADAWAY

Round 3

Turner being patient, stalking his man from the centre of the ring – then finally delivers some crisp, straight hitting.

TURNER VS ADAWAY

Round 2

Early uppercut lands for Turner and targets the body afterwards.

TURNER VS ADAWAY

Round 1

Turner already showcasing a smart, rangy, southpaw jab.

Adaway looks in survival mode early as Turner pushes the action but looks composed.

UNBEATEN

LOCO Louie Lynn demonstrated his crazy talent with a second-round demolition of Monty Ogilvie.

The Surrey featherweight has been earning promising comparisons with Leeds’ 9st IBF king Josh Warrington and showed exactly why at BT’s behind-closed-doors Saturday show.

Louie Lynn with another TKO 👊 pic.twitter.com/fLeHZ9t7TN

— Boxing on BT Sport 🥊 (@BTSportBoxing) July 25, 2020

The 24-year-old was a vicious bundle of energy, too enthusiastic at least twice when he tagged his floored opponent and was lucky to escape disqualification.

But fight fans starved off action got their fill of another rising prospect from Canning Town’s Peacock Gym, where Daniel Dubois is leading the charge.

Devout Lynn said a prayer seconds before the bell but it quickly looked like it would be Ogilvie who would need divine intervention.

Lynn was painfully precise and heavy with his three-punch combinations and then he loved visiting downstairs and battering the Scot further to the body.

An excellent combo dropped the 28-year-old at the midway point of the opener but Lynn accidentally fired two more shots into his floored victim.

Ogilvie deserves huge credit for not quitting the bout or even complaining, so referee Bob Williams just gave the relentless young charge a firm verbal warning.

The beleaguered visitor was dropped again with seconds of the opener remaining but Williams again spotted it was a slip.

In the second the Scotsman gave the now 7-0 ace a lesson in experience when he landed a couple of heavy counter left hooks.

Lynn was rushing his work, his corner warned him not to bundle in and Ogilvie’s whacks helped drive the message home.

But the Banstead banger could not be stopped and a crunching overhand right dropped brave Ogilvie again in the blue corner and Williams waved the clash off at the perfect time.

UP NEXT: Henry Turner vs Chris Adaway

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🥊 Turner v Adaway

The supremely talented 7x National Amateur & European games champion @Henryturner_123 is up next against Chris Adaway live on @btsport 📺 pic.twitter.com/uavGRc1nOU

— Frank Warren (@frankwarren_tv) July 25, 2020

Louie Lynn vs Monty Ogilvie (featherweight)

Lynn moves to 7-0 after another stoppage win.

🔥 A MAN ON A MISSION 🔥

Louie Lynn moves to 7-0 as he blitzes through Monty Ogilvie in two rounds here at @btsport studio! Great performance 👏 pic.twitter.com/52L5jpgqe5

— Frank Warren (@frankwarren_tv) July 25, 2020

Louie Lynn vs Monty Ogilvie (featherweight)

ROUND 2

Lynn is all over Ogilvie early again as he closes the gap and lets his hands go.

Massive right hook drops Ogilvie and the fight is over!

Lynn wins in round two by KO.

UP FIRST: Louie Lynn vs Monty Ogilvie (featherweight)

ROUND 1

Lynn lands some good early shots as he comes out aggressively.

Ogilvie is down after a string of heavy shots.

FRANK WARREN provides British boxing fans with another night of behind-closed-doors entertainment.

The veteran promoter was the first to get the sport back underway two weeks ago as Brad Foster retained his British and Commonwealth belts. 

Tonight Joe Joyce tops the bill as he faces Michael Wallisch in preparation for his heavyweight headliner against Daniel Dubois – which has been postponed amid the coronavirus pandemic. 

Chris Bourke fights Ramez Mahmood in the chief support as they clash for the Southern Area super-bantamweight title.     

Elsewhere middleweights Denzel Bentley and Mick Hall are matched up and featherweight prospect Louie Lynn faces Monty Ogilvie. 

Opening the action, Henry Turner takes on veteran Chris Adaway. 

Speaking ahead of the event, Warren said: “When we announced the huge collision between Daniel Dubois and Joe, the two leading lights outside of the big three in the heavyweight pecking order, there was obviously no intention of doing anything to jeopardise such a big event coming to fruition.

“The enforced hiatus due to Covid-19 has forced us to think again to ensure that both fellas are in tip-top condition for the big occasion scheduled for October 24 at the o2 Arena.

“Due to external factors and through no fault of his own, Joe has been out of the ring since last July, while Daniel last saw action in December.

“That is far from ideal and made it imperative that we get them both firing again before they confront each other.

“With that comes risks that I would much prefer we didn’t have to take.”

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