In one of the bouts Indonesian fighter Sahlan Coral (15-4-1, 8) escaped with a technical draw against promising novice Aziz Abdugafurov (1-0-1, 1). The fight saw Abdugafurov dominate the first round before Coral was caught low in round 2. The low blow left Coral unable to continue and forced the referee to call a premature end to the contest, with an accidental foul being ruled for the low blow. Sadly for the Uzbek it did seem like he was heading for a clear win prior to the ending.
Another bout between an Ubek and an Indonesian saw Qudratillo Abduqaxorov (7-0, 5) score a clear decision win against the much more experienced Larry Siwu (22-7, 18). Abdugaxorov was in control of this from the start but Siwu did pose some questions to the 22 year old prospect who stepped up and impressed. Although clearly still a novice it does seem like the Uzbek has the potential to go a long way, though will be forced to prove a lot more than he had to here.
Local novice Rafi Majid (2-0, 2) easily beat the debuting Alex Lim (0-1) into submission in the second round of their bout, with Majid, being too big and too strong for Lim.
Another local novice picking up a win was former amateur star Muhamad Ridhwan (3-0, 2), who stopped a game but ultimately outclassed Egy Rozten (4-12-1, 3). Rotzen came to the ring looking for the upset and had some early success before retiring on his stool between rounds 3 and 4, looking exhausted and like a man who had given his all.
In the only title bout on the show Singapore's very own Nurshahidah Roslie (3-0, 1) battered teenager Wondergirl Sithsaithong (0-1) to claim the UBO InterContinental female Super Featherweight title. Sithsaithong looked under-sized and under-powered from the off before being taken apart with body shots in the second round.