Jarvis stormed to the top as Misfits’ welterweight king, schooling BDave in a showdown that had the York Hall crowd absolutely losing their minds. This place isn’t just any old venue – it’s the heart and soul of boxing, folks.
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Cut to the end of five rounds, and there’s Jarvis, arm raised like a boss by the ref, with the judges totally in agreement that he ruled the ring. The scorecards? All nodding his way, no questions asked.
Now, let’s talk about the start. Jarvis came out swinging like a bat out of hell, nearly wrapping things up then and there. He floored BDave in round one and kept piling on the heat with some serious firepower.
But hey, give BDave some credit. The guy’s from Florida, and he’s as tough as they come. Despite eating a buffet of punches, he hung in there, tough as nails, giving Jarvis a run for his money every now and then.
Still, it was Jarvis’ show all the way. He always had the snappier comeback, the last laugh in their exchanges. And when the dust settled, the ringside judges had no doubt – Jarvis was the new top dog of the division.
Meanwhile, Jully Poca grabs the Women’s Cruiserweight crown, Gabriel Silva outshines OJ Rose, and Armz edges past Minikon in a night that’ll go down as one of the X Series’ greatest hits. But wait, there’s more! Yuddygang got their sweet, sweet payback, while Muhsin Cason, Adam Brooks, and Dapper Laughs racked up smashing victories at Britain’s boxing mecca.
Jarvis def. Bdave via unanimous decision (50-44 x3)
Jully Poca def. Alaena Vampira via unanimous decision (49-46, 48-47, 49-46)
Gabriel Silva def. OJ Rose via majority decision (38-38, 39-37, 40-37)
Armz Korleone def. Minikon via unanimous decision (38-37 x3)
Yuddygang def. Uncle Pizza via split decision (37-39, 39-38, 39-37)
Adam Brooks def. Rhino via second-round KO