The WBC Asia Council Continental Super Featherweight title remains vacant after a majority draw was decided after a 10 round battle between Jack Asis and Hirohito Fukuhara. Round 9 would see the Japanese fighter put Asis on the canvas and Asis would also be deducted a point in this round. Even after these events, Tony Kettlewell judged the bout 97-92,in favour of Asis. Both other judges, Adam Height and Phil Austin scored it 94-94, which determined the majority draw.
On the undercard judges were not required as Braydon Smith made short work of his Philippine opponent Gabriel Altarejos. Smith would dispose of his opponent in the very first round with a body punch. In this impressive victory Smith claimed the WBC Youth Silver Featherweight title. His record moves to 7W with 6kos.
In a Light Welterweight contest, Queensland champion Mark Ramirez lost his title to Darren Askew. The fight went the scheduled 8 rounds with Askew winning a unanimous points decision. Judge Adam Height and Phil Austin both scored it 78-73 whilst Derek Milham seen it 79-73.
Another Queensland title fight seen Kane Cassells keep his undefeated record in tact after defeating Kyle Teer. In a programmed 8 rounder, judges were not necessary with Cassells scoring a 6th round technical knockout. With this victory Cassells holds the state Lightweight title and his record now reads 5W (2kos).
Matthew Seden scored just his second victory of his professional career and also his second victory over Will Young. The pair faced off in an eight round bout for the Queensland state featherweight title. Judge Adam Height could not split the pair and scored it 76-76, a draw. Tony Kettlewell saw it extremely close giving it 77-76, while Derek Milham scored 77-75 which would see Sedan claim the majority decision and also the Queensland title.