Brixton's British and Commonwealth Heavyweight champion Danny Williams avenged the only defeat of his career by sensationally knocking out old foe Julius Francis in four rounds last Saturday evening at Wembley Conference Centre writes Ziad Chaudry.

In this tense local South London derby, Williams caught his Woolwich opponent with a perfect sweet left uppercut that landed on the inside of the eye. The shot brought severe pain to Francis, who was unable to get up and remained on the canvas.

It was sweet revenge for the 28-year-old Brixton bomber. He commented: “This makes up for the last two years and three months. I've got to give respect to Julius - he came here to fight - but as I've said before, I'm a different fighter now. I knew that the one punch I could catch more than any other was the left uppercut and that's what I did.”.

Williams will next challenge for the WBU World Heavyweight Championship against Georgia's former World Amateur ruler George Kandelaki on September 22 at Wembley Conference Centre.

Also on the Wembley bill, Croydon boxers Gary Logan and Wayne Alexander both won their respective contests.

Southern Area Middleweight champion Logan made it three consecutive comeback victories after stopping Watford's O.J. Abrahams in the 4th Round

British Light Middleweight king Alexander won his tough eight round encounter over Russia's Victor Fessetchko.