THAT'S ALL FOLKS
Keep your eye on Sky Sports' website for reaction...
OGOGO'S HORROR NIGHT
Let's remind ourselves what happened to Anthony Ogogo earlier...
EUBANK JR RIPS OGOGO
Look who's been watching tonight's fights...
"He needs to have an honest conversation with himself. Does he want to carry on? He doesn't live the life outside the ring - when he goes home he'll have a burger or a curry. If he carries on boxing, he has to go down to light-welter."
Matthew Macklin's verdict on Frankie Gavin.
WATCH THE FIRST KNOCKDOWN
Here's Eggington flattening Gavin...
"I want to give props to Frankie because I didn't think he had it in him."
Eggington impressed with his beaten foe
" I didn't realise how big he was. I want to do it again!"
"I showed people I'm not just a little boxer who runs off, I showed I can have a fight."
AND THE NEW
Eggington picks up the vacant WBC International Welterweight title with the biggest win of his career.
Welcome to see Eggington and Gavin embrace after the bell. Even in defeat, that was a brilliant performance by Gavin.
As for Eggington, what a tough kid. Are you sure he's not Mexican?!
EGGINGTON WINS BY KNOCKOUT!
Eggington lands viciously to the body with one minute left in the round, and Gavin goes into survival mode on the ropes.
Gavin is in a defensive shell with Eggington flurrying away with hooks which are landing more and more frequently...
As Gavin's knees begin to sink, the referee jumps in!
WHO EXPECTED THIS?
Gavin v Eggington has descended into a brutal affair, this is compelling viewing!
GAVIN v EGGINGTON - ROUND SEVEN
Gavin jumps straight back into the pocket and continues this shoot-out - quite a sensational fight thus far.
Gavin's legs occasionally wobble but he's throwing with great power. He cannot move Eggington backwards at this stage, even we he lands a one-two.
WATCH THE KNOCKDOWN
Ouch! Here you go...
HARD TO CALL!
Sky Bet now have Sam Eggington as a 8/13 favourite, with Frankie Gavin out to 11/8 and the draw 20/1. Click here for the latest prices!
GAVIN v EGGINGTON - ROUND SIX
Eggington has Gavin stuck on the ropes but finds it difficult to punch beyond the guard. Gavin doesn't look comfortable as Eggington bullies him into the corner.
Eggington nails a left hook and some body shots but Gavin fires back as this fight turns into a shoot-out!
KNOCKDOWN! Egginton lands a body shot and only the ropes kept Gavin up, so the referee counts a knock-down. Moments later, the referee nearly stops the fight but lets Gavin continue!
Gavin lands three shots to Eggington's face but he doesn't even more - and extraordinary round!!
GAVIN v EGGINGTON - ROUND FIVE
Gavin has Eggington expecting the straight left, so scores with the right hand. Eggington looks bereft of ideas because Gavin has responded to the knockdown with complete dominance ever since. Suddenly Eggington has success by flurrying hooks with Gavin stuck on the ropes, which makes this round difficult to judge...
GAVIN v EGGINGTON - ROUND FOUR
Gavin's cornermen were furious that he was drawn into a brawl so he returns for the fourth round on the back foot, scoring with a straight left.
Eggington doesn't seem sure what to do - and Gavin punishes him with another southpaw left hand, then a right hook. Impressive round by Gavin.
GAVIN v EGGINGTON - ROUND THREE
KNOCKDOWN! Eggington lands a straight right hand down the pipe and Gavin tumbles backwards!
Gavin beats the count easily but retreats into a defensive shell as Eggington steams after him. Gavin is briefly drawn into a brawl, but thinks twice and weathers the storm.
Gavin doesn't seem hurt, and scores with some telling blows in the closing moments. Eggington finishes the round on wobbly legs!
GAVIN v EGGINGTON - ROUND TWO
Gavin is enticing Eggington in, and scoring with counters. Gavin is slowly creeping onto the front foot when it suits him, then retreats behind his defence and picks off Eggington. Gavin scores to the body twice, and clearly won that round.
GAVIN v EGGINGTON - ROUND ONE
The first minute is very cagey as Eggington walks Gavin down, being careful that he's not caught by anything coming back in the other direction. Eggington lands a right hook in the closing stages, which may have won him the round. Absolutely nothing to choose from in that close opener.
"Underachiever against an overachiever."
Do you agree with Dave Coldwell's assertion?
Only defeats to Leonard Bundu & Kell Brook
Failed to make the 10st 7lbs limit
Lost British title to Bradley Skeete earlier this year
THE MAIN ATTRACTION
Sky Bet make Frankie Gavin the 8/13 favourite with Sam Eggington 11/8. Gavin to win inside the distance has been PRICE-BOOSTED from 7/1 to 8s, while to win on the cards is evens. An Eggington stoppage is 100/30 and by points 3/1. Click here for the latest Birmingham fight-night prices!
MAIN-EVENT COMING NEXT
Sam Eggington faces Frankie Gavin so preview the fight here...
"For Anthony, it's a long and hard road back.
"If that's another injury, it could be career threatening."
Spencer Oliver on Ogogo.
Here's the moment Cunningham dropped Ogogo - the former Olympian was never the same afterwards.
"I love being the underdog, nothing fazes me.
"I had to check how quick he actually was. I fancied myself as a counter-puncher.
"My knockout record isn't great but if I catch someone, they're going to go.
"You can't teach heart, can you?"
"It took him a long time to shake off that first knockdown.
"I think he probably went in complacent. It's hard to get up for fights when you're boxing someone you feel is levels below."
Matthew Macklin on Ogogo
Anthony Ogogo's unbeaten record disappears in a puff of smoke, and Craig Cunningham announces himself to the domestic middleweight division.
Cunningham is now the WBC
International middleweight champion.
OGOGO PULLED OUT - CUNNINGHAM WINS!
Ogogo spent some time in the corner with trainer Tony Sims, and it seemed like he simply needed something cut off his gloves.
But Sims has pulled Ogogo out!
CUNNINGHAM v OGOGO - ROUND SEVEN
Cunningham evades Ogogo and scores a right hook. Ogogo's legs still seem wobbly - difficult to decide if he's hurt, or just unbalanced. Either way, Cunningham continues dominating at range, keeping his hands low and scoring jabs.
Three straight lefts from Cunningham stiffen up Ogogo's legs again. Ogogo hitting nothing but air, and it's a clear round in Cunningham's favour.
OFF THE CANVAS
Ogogo has some heart by getting up, but this night is proving much harder than expected.
CUNNINGHAM v OGOGO - ROUND SIX
Ogogo leaves himself wide open and Cunningham narrowly misses a powerful shot. Cunningham scores down the pipe with his dangerous southpaw left, which Ogogo has struggled with throughout.
Cunningham is completely in control of the sixth round and Ogogo's facial expression looks worried.
Ogogo has never boxed beyond six rounds in his pro career - Cunningham has gone into the 10th round twice.
Gary 'Spike' O'Sullivan has had plenty to say about Anthony Ogogo. What will he say if Ogogo loses?!
CUNNINGHAM v OGOGO - ROUND FIVE
Ogogo backs Cunningham into the corner and scores with a straight right. He's got some urgency about him, and rightly so. The bizarre thing about this Ogogo performance is how inaccurate he is - he is missing so frequently. But he may have taken the fifth round purely on how busy he was.
Here's the moment Ogogo crashed to the canvas...
CUNNINGHAM v OGOGO - ROUND FOUR
Ogogo flurries with hooks in the opening seconds, which is his best moment of the fight, but Cunningham returns the favour. Ogogo is reaching, and his feet are rarely under him.
Cunningham's hands are down, and his head movement is fast. Another round in the books for Cunningham, most likely.
CUNNINGHAM v OGOGO - ROUND THREE
Are we set for a major shock? Ogogo seems OK as he returns, but still hasn't landed anything to warn Cunningham from coming forwards. Both men land decent straight shots to the body - but both needed a breather after a hectic second round. Ogogo may have stolen the third round, but there was nothing in it.
CUNNINGHAM v OGOGO - ROUND TWO
A quick right hand from Ogogo lands meaningfully. Cunningham bundles Ogogo and both men go sprawling down to the canvas. Cunningham lands two very powerful straight lefts and Ogogo is in serious trouble!
Ogogo is stumbling, and his legs are wobbling. KNOCKDOWN! Cunningham puts Ogogo down but he beats the count.
Cunningham basically throws Ogogo to the floor, but it won't count as a knockdown. The bell saves Ogogo, whose legs have turned into jelly.
CUNNINGHAM v OGOGO - ROUND ONE
The southpaw Cunningham immediately on the front foot and Ogogo spends the first minute protecting himself. Ogogo starts coming forwards but isn't accurate enough yet. Ogogo seems much faster but hasn't landed anything of note, so Cunningham probably pinched the opener.
The vacant WBC International middleweight title is on the line - the unbeaten Olympian Ogogo got some boos as he entered, largely because Cunningham is also a Brummie.
Sky Bet make Anthony Ogogo a huge 1/20 favourite with Craig Cunningham 9/1. Ogogo to win inside the distance is 8/15 and on the cards 2/1. A Cunningham stoppage is 14/1 and by points the same price. Click here for the latest Birmingham fight-night prices!
2012 Olympic bronze medal winner
Three stoppage wins this year after healing shoulder and Achilles
Only defeat to Tom Doran
Two wins this year so far
WHO IS LUIS CONCEPTION?
The WBA super-flyweight champion who will defend his belt against Kal Yafai, on Anthony Joshua's undercard on December 10.
Conception is from Panama, and has a 35-4 record with 24 KOs.
He won the full version of his world title by beating Kohei Kono in Japan in his last fight.
"He's a big puncher, a two-time and two-weight world champion. He'll come forward no doubt, but he'll meet someone who can really punch."
Kal Yafai on WBA super-flyweight champion Luis Concepcion.
Yafai will box on Anthony Joshua's December 10 undercard.
YAFAI TO CHALLENGE FOR WORLD TITLE
"He'll take on Luis Concepcion. December 10, official world title shot for Kal Yafai," says Eddie Hearn.
He moves to 20-0 in front of his home city fans.