BRADFORD boxer Darren Tetley suffered a fifth defeat of his professional career on Saturday evening after Ireland’s Stephen Mckenna forced him into a corner retirement.

Tetley had come into the bout at York Hall, London on short notice and as the clear underdog, with his opponent arriving with a record 0f 13-0-0 (now 14-0-0).

However, despite that, the Holme Wood fighter was eager to impose himself on the 26-year-old Irish talent in front of the Sky Sports cameras.

McKenna though dominated proceedings at York Hall, winning all six rounds before Tetley was pulled out by his corner.

The win moved McKenna to 14-0-0, including 13 knockouts, and afterwards he called out former undisputed super lightweight champion Josh Taylor.

A defeat for Tetley has seen his record move to 22-5-0.

In other news, local boxer Amin Jahanzeb will not fight on October 7 at the Bradford Hotel.

He was scheduled to take part in his first bout for over a year, but the event will not go ahead as planned.

Instead, he is due to fight on October 14 in Leeds, at Burmantofts' Premier Banqueting Suite.