British featherweight crown: Josh Warrington beats Martin Lindsay

Boxer Josh Warrington

Josh Warrington added the British featherweight title to his Commonwealth crown with a convincing points victory over Martin Lindsay.

The 23-year-old extended his unbeaten record to 18 fights to claim the vacant title in his home city of Leeds.

Warrington knocked the Northern Irishman over in the ninth round before gaining a unanimous points verdict.

Stephen Smith, 28, beat Mauricio Javier Munoz to move closer to a fight for the WBC super featherweight title.

Liverpudlian Smith has now won seven successive bouts after Munoz, from Argentina, retired following the eighth round.

Kal Yafai, 24, of Birmingham, claimed the vacant Commonwealth super-flyweight crown with a third-round knockout of Nigeria's Yaqub Kareem.

On the same card, defending champion Gavin McDonnell, 28, held on to his British super-bantamweight title following a split-decision draw with fellow Yorkshireman Josh Wale.

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