The show was a sell-out with a great bill of 13 fights, featuring 10 Bideford boxers, Welsh fighters from Baglan Bulldogs and WBO Intercontinental champion Tommy Langford. Top of the bill was a real treat for the locals: Kyle Englands homecoming bout, boxing for the first time on home soil since winning the British Bantamweight title in 2012. England had a tough task in front of him, facing a former national champion Max Deeble of Launceston ABC, but won on points after a strong final round display. Another Bideford prospect that showed the same grit was Pete Macdonald, making his debut aged 24. Macdonald had a bad start against Zack Bainbridge of Golden Ring ABC, being put down with a nasty body shot in the first round, but he dug deep to bring himself to his feet and win on points. Another first-timer in the ring for Bideford was Heavyweight Matt Wade, who learned the hard way how one punch can change a fight. He was caught by Richard Griffiths of Baglan in the last 10 seconds of the fight, forcing a TKO. Tom Baldwin soon had the local crowd back cheering, though, as he beat Nathan Bantick of Baglan in the fight of the night. Another crowd pleaser making a comeback was Ryan Gumbley, who faced Jack Etheridge of St Just. Gumbley enjoyed good first and last rounds, but lost out on a tight split decision. Josh Shorts Cornish opponent Ryan Tonkin from St Agnes didnt have such a good trip as he struggled to land a glove on the elusive fighter. Short countered with singles in the first round and built as the fight went on, landing combinations at the finishing bell to win a wide points decision. Alex Dovell was unable to turn things around in his rematch with Dave Lewis as it ended up the same way as their first meeting Dovell losing on points. Frank Blackmore showed a great engine to beat Jack Evans of Intense ABC on points, and Callum Cunningham showed some quality boxing in a tight defeat to Sam Dockree of Cwmbran. Jacob Stevenson enjoyed his second win in as many weeks, this time beating Baglans Dan Edwards.