All the action from Manchester's MEN Arena as light welterweight Ricky Hatton beats IBF champion Kostya Tszyu on a huge night for British boxing.
Round 12: Tszyu fails to answer the bell for the 12th round. Ricky Hatton is champion of the world.
Round 11: Hatton must be careful. He is on top, but Tszyu has the instincts of a great champion and he launches a mini rally midway through the round.
But Hatton re-asserts control - this is thrilling stuff.
Round 10: It's all Hatton now and, as the challenger swarms over a diminished Tszyu, the noise grows deafening.
The champion, 35, looks unsteady and Manchester's favourite son is close to a victory that would stun the world.
Round nine: Hatton is the aggressor at the start of the round. Tszyu is operating at a slower pace now and this fight might be there for the taking!
The champion's mouth is gaping wide open - a sure sign of advanced fatigue - and he is the victim of a low blow this time, taking a small time-out.
Round eight: This fight is too close to call and it may come down to how the judges assess the balance between Tszyu's quality and Hatton's work rate.
Hatton hits the canvas but it is only a stumble and Tszyu is starting to tire.
Round seven: The champion is stung by a chilling Hatton hook. The crowd is getting into it as there are signs that their man might spring a huge shock.
Tszyu's counter-punching skills remain a big worry though - he is wasting few punches, unlike his opponent. And he catches Hatton with a low blow.
Round six: Hatton springs to life and drives Tszyu back on to the ropes.
His work is being tarnished by the odd mistake as he comes in - for which he inevitably pays - but the challenger's work rate is also paying dividends.
Round five: Hatton is stung by two hard rights to start proceedings and there are signs that Tszyu is getting on top.
The quality blows are coming from the Australian, while Hatton's work is a bit untidy at times - but the Briton finishes the round well.
Round four: A short right from Hatton finds its target and Tszyu stumbles back briefly. But the champion responds with a rocking punch of his own
The fight continues at a rapid rate.
Round three: Hatton misses with a few wild swings as Tszyu keeps him at close range. A scrappier round may have gone to Tszyu, who landed the better shots.
Round two: Hatton is doing his best to unsettle the 35-year-old champion, bullying him along the ropes.
The English warrior's intensity is very encouraging and three close-range uppercuts land. Round to Hatton.
Round one: A confident start from Hatton, who tries to outmuscle Tszyu.
He has some joy with the jab, but takes a few shots from the champion as well. He must combine caution with aggression, though. A close round.
Build-up: Manchester's MEN Arena shakes to its very foundations as Ricky Hatton enters to the tune of "Blue Moon".
The venue has been buzzing for hours and an array of big names are ringside, including Joe Calzaghe and Frank Bruno.
This is the biggest British fight night for many years and local lad Hatton looks composed - if a little nervous.
Champion Kostya Tszyu had his problems at the weigh-in, but he looks ice cool now and is favourite to defend his IBF light welterweight title.
But if crowd support has anything to do with it, there will be only one winner - Hatton.
A raucous crowd has already been treated to easy wins for British heavyweight Danny Williams and by Enzo Maccarinelli.
And fans give a huge ovation to former heavyweight star Bruno. As they chant his name it brings back memories of the old days and brings a trace of a tear to the big man.
Hollywood film star Russell Crowe - also in attendance - is predicting a tough win for friend Tszyu.