Chris Higgs loses his undefeated record to William Warburton
Forest of Dean fighter Chris Higgs has lost his unbeaten record after he was defeated by William Warburton in the fight for the International Masters Welterweight title.
Higgs, from Lydney, was beaten at the GL1 leisure centre in Gloucester after the contest was stopped in the seventh round.
The fight began to be lost for him towards the end of the sixth round, when Higgs seemed to become disorientated .
As the seventh round began, Higgs went all out. But his legs started to go and his head was being rocked about when referee Ken Curtis drew the contest to an end.
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In other boxing matches, there was victory for Gloucester light middleweight Todd Roberts over Vaclav Skromach and Gloucester's Mike Biggs and London's Dan Naylor fought to a 38-38 draw over four rounds at light-welter.