Boxing: Wins for Youssef Khuomari, Daniel Keenan and Tunji Ogunniya at York Hall

PUBLISHED: 16:00 19 March 2018

Daniel Keenan (left) against Angel Emilov last year (pic: Scott Heavey/PA)

Daniel Keenan (left) against Angel Emilov last year (pic: Scott Heavey/PA)

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The latest news from the local boxing scene

Wembley lightweight Youssef Khoumari earned his fourth straight win in the pro ranks by beating Kristian Laight.

Khoumari fought on a Hayemaker bill at York Hall and dominated the fight left jab and fast combinations.

Hammersmith welterweight Daniel Keenan was also on the bill, but had to dig deep to defeat Bulgarian rival Ilian Markov.

Keenan enjoyed a height and reach advantage over his opponent and used it to good effect in the first round.

As the fight progressed, Markov grew into the bout and began to land hard right hooks.

Keenan, though, had done enough to win the bout by the narrowest of margins on the card of referee Lee Every.

Super welterweight Tunji Ogunniya was also in winning form on the bill, defeating Konstantin Alexandrov, taking his record to five wins from five bouts.

IQ Neasden have entered middleweight Robbie Chapman into the London Elite Championships, which begin on Thursday.

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