TIVIDALE'S Ryan 'Stewart' Davies bounced back with victory over Jamie Quinn at Walsall Town Hall.

Davies took a 60-54 points decision after six rounds last Saturday.

The win sees him recover quickly from losing his unbeaten tag with an unsuccessful tilt at a welterweight belt in the summer.

He lost a narrow points decision against the experienced Rob Hunt in July. A bloodied Davies kept coming at a taller and craftier former Midlands champion, only to be outpointed on the scorecards for the eight-round British Challenge crown.

However, 25-year-old former kickboxer started his rebuilding job in fine style on the undercard of Tyler Denny's English title tilt against Reece Cartwright.

Rowley Regis’ Denny suffered heartbreak after a nasty facial injury put paid to his chances of earning national honours.

The 27-year-old suffered a first career defeat after the fight, sponsored by S&R Construction, was waved off in the eighth round.

Denny had a deep gash to his lip, and a badly swollen eye, when referee Terry O’Connor sought the views of the ringside doctor for a second time midway through the eighth round. Rightly, the fight was waved off giving Leeds’ Cartwright the belt.

In truth, it was a deserved victory for Cartwright who boxed well behind an unorthodox jab and he would have surely been up on all three judges cards at the top of the stoppage.

Denny, the Midlands Area Champion, now faces a spell on the sidelines as he waits for his facial injuries to heal having received four stitches to his lip.

Wolverhampton debutant Conah Walker stole the show as far as the undercard to this BCB Promotions show was concerned.

The Ricky Hatton-trained youngster blew away Jan Korec, securing a fourth round stoppage. Fellow debutant Troi ‘The Hawk’ Coleman impressed against the teak-tough Louis Van Poetsch. The Burntwood boxer can be pleased with his first foray into the pro game having made the switch from the unlicensed scene.

Fellow Burntwood boxer Dani Hodges made it two wins on the bounce since switching from kickboxing as she overcame Poland’s Sonia Klos.

Walsall duo, James Beech Jr and Levi Ferguson, both cruised to victory over Simas Volosinas and Jordan Grannum respectively.

BCB Promotions’ next show take splace in Stoke on Saturday, October 20 before they return to Walsall Town Hall on Saturday, October 27. For more information visit bcb-promotions.com.