BRADFORD brothers Tauseef and Zeeshan Suleman claimed a double success at a boxing show in Morley.

Representing Dewsbury-based club KBW, Tauseef notched a unanimous victory while Zeeshan won on a split decision on the Training Cave bill.

In the main event, Tauseef fought Sheffield Boxing Centre's Josh Hartley in what was the Bradford fighter's first bout without a headguard. Eager to display this would suit him better, he settled behind his jab, throwing singles and doubles to both body and head.

Tauseef was landing the cleaner punches from his low stance before Hartley changed his tactics in the second round, pressing the fight to try to close the gap.

But every time he would get close, Tauseef rolled under his punches and switched stance to create distance and land his own punches, though the Sheffield boxer fought the remainder of the round in a controlled manner to gain some advantage.

In the final round Suleman came out as the aggressor, catching his opponent with some fine combinations.

Hartley found some success with his own shots behind his double jab, but Suleman's clever footwork and head movement got him out of trouble.

After the 64kg clash, Bradford University student Tauseef revealed sparring Bradford pro Amin Jahanzeb has helped him develop.

He said: "Amin's been great. He always makes time to help me out and give me tips on how I can better myself. Me and my coach have been working on new things and I am just eager to show them in the ring."

Zeeshan Suleman was involved in a closer encounter earlier in the evening as he fought Owen Webster from Hamer ABC.

Boxing behind a stiff jab, Zeeshan had the better of the first round but Webster fought back well in the second.

Victory was up for grabs in the final round of the 51kg contest, with Zeeshan going back to using his jab and feet well to claim the verdict.

Despite the added travel time to train at Dewsbury, younger brother Zeeshan said: "We're training at one of the best clubs in Yorkshire. We train hard and get to spar some top lads, we don't mind travelling at all."

Tauseef is boxing again tomorrow at the SYD Ringside show in Knottingley, while Zeeshan has two fights lined up in March.