LIGHTS Out Boxing Academy and 1vision once again teamed up to put together one of the richest amateur boxing shows in the north.

It was the Academy’s second home show which was bigger than last year, where hundreds of people came to enjoy a fantastic night of boxing. There were 12 bouts on the card and it was boxing at its best.

There were some close fights that had the crowd, including a healthy away support, jumping up and down to make it an electric atmosphere.

The academy managed to win nine out of the 12 bouts in a dominant display.

The show started with a 10-bell count in tribute to the victims of last week’s terror attack in New Zealand.

The shadow justice minster was also in attendance at the show, which then continued with Keighley’s GB Olympian Muhammad Ali starting off doing a few rounds on the mitts.

Coach Inzar Ahmed said: “It was great to see so many people in attendance - a mixed diversity of people which is exactly what Bradford needs.”

Representatives from Lights Out would like to thank everyone that showed their love and support.