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On tonight's showing, I don't imagine "The Bronze Bomber" will lose much sleep over the prospect of facing the Brit.
A bit like the press conferences, this is a new Dillian Whyte. If the crowd were expecting a fight like the tear-up with Dereck Chisora last December, they have been sorely disappointed.
However, the Brit is, as AJ would say, taking care of business in the ring. He looks like he is going to take this victory by virtue of controlling the ring and the fight pace - but it's hardly been spectacular.
A good left upper-cut from Whyte lands, drawing some encouragement from the crowd and as he has been told to by his trainer, the Brit is starting to "bully" his opponent.
Helenius is blowing quite hard. Whyte almost swings himself off his feet at the end of the fifth round with another big hook but it doesn't get him very far.
Helenius has grown into this fight quickly and Whyte needs to smarten up. He seems far too happy to take shots on the way in and Helenius is picking him off.
The Brit is here for a fight though, swinging some full-blooded right hooks towards the head of Helenius but not landing. Three rounds in and the Finn might be edging it.
Cagey opening as the two men feel each other out in the early stages. Nice start and the men touch gloves at the end of the first round.
Time for some heavyweight action although not those ones. Dillian Whyte and Robert Helenius are in the ring. This could a be a real war with both men gunning for WBC mandatory challenger status and a Deontay Wilder fight.
Katie Taylor is the NEW world lightweight champion! She gets three scorecards and has her first belt - I don't think it'll be her only one either.
Into the 10th and final round. I don't think we're going to see an early finish though. Both women look shattered.
Taylor's rhythm is getting upset by Sanchez who is closing the distance well, but when the Irishwoman gets the chance to wind up and throw power punches, she does seem the more likely.
Four rounds in and that was Sanchez's best round. Taylor's footwork has been excellent, skipping out of range efficiently, but her opponent is coming into this more and is very strong on the inside.
World titles do not come easily, as Taylor is now learning. Sanchez is down in the second round! Taylor lands a series of combinations to the head in the first round but the Argentinian is dropped by a left hook body shot.
However, Sanchez looks very durable and manages to withstand a flurry of punches looking for the finish. Brilliant stuff from Taylor.
We've got world title fight No 2 of the night coming up next. Katie Taylor has had Colin Farrell in her dressing room and she will be in the ring in a matter of moments.
The final bell sounds and Yafai mounts the ropes in celebration. Both fighers are raised up on their team's shoulders to salute the crowd but those 12 rounds have been a little too gruelling for the Cardiff crowd.
Yafai gets three positive scorecards: He is still the champion. Meanwhile, the place has just erupted because on the big screen, one Anthony Joshua has just arrived at the stadium.
Two rounds to go for the super-flyweights and Yafai should be able to hang onto his belt here barring any late drama - or a smudged scorecard.
It's not a classic this one, in a division that probably won't get many headlines in Britain. Yafai is probably two or three rounds ahead at the halfway stage but it's hard to think that the two lighest men on the card are going finish early.
Three rounds gone and you might be tempted to give the Brit all three. He's four inches shorter than Ishida but is working very well on the inside, landing body shot after body shot that should pay dividends later in the fight.
Not far from his native Birmingham, he gets a rapturous reception from a half-full Principality Stadium. That was pretty loud. My eardrums might burst when the main man gets out there.
Richards comes out swinging in the 12th and final round - he must think he needs a knockout and I'm inclined to agree with him - but Buglioni fights fire with fire.
Super punching from both men who have showed plenty of heart in this bout. However, there can only be one British light-heavyweight champion and Buglioni's arm is lifted after a consulation with the judges' scorecards, who all went for "The Wise Guy".
This is turning into a very tidy title defence from Buglioni, who remember dropped Hosea Burton in the 11th and 12th round to secure a dramatic late knockout when he won the title last December.
So as we enter Round Seven, do not expect the barrage to let up. Craig Richards, you have been warned. Really strong start from Buglioni, who twice in the opening two rounds pins Richards to the ropes and lands a couple of solid strikes upstairs.
Next up, it's the British light-heavyweight title fight which was initially my pick of the undercard until Callum Johnson pulled out.
Frank Buglioni has 12 rounds of knockout power and is a thrilling fighter. Big ask for late replacement super-middleweight Craig Richards to take the title off him.
Anthony Joshua all smiles during his workout before his fight with Carlos Takam. Buatsi wins with a late knockdown and an improved performance.
Sall was tough though. A good learning fight. Rio bronze medallist Joshua Buatsi is into the ring and has started well against Saidou Sall. One left uppercut from Buatsi rocks Sall but he looks to have a decent chin.
Still, expect nothing but a third professional win for the year-old here. Okolie approaching the halfway point of his clash with Adam Williams, scheduled for six rounds.
The former Team GB righter certainly looks as though he has plenty left to give but Williams is knocked down in the third round after plenty of punishment and the towel goes in from his corner.
The doors are open. The roof is shut. He will become more durable because he'll be in hostile territory. Over 70, tickets have been sold for the event and it will be interesting to see how IBF Number Three ranked contender Takam copes with such a big event.
Both men are former Olympians. Takam competed in the Athens Games for his native Cameroon, falling to an Egyptian in the last sixteen.
Joshua won gold for Great Britain in the London Olympics. In other words, he gets involved in tear ups with fighters he should be using his boxing skills to deal with.
This was evident in his big grudge match with Dillian Whyte and to a certain extent, against Klitschko. His head movement and stamina are also both still slight concerns, but it is extremely unlikely that Takam is the man to test either.
He has competed at the highest level and been competitive. I believe he brings slightly more intrigue than a proposed Dillian Whyte rematch.
Despite his toughness, aggressive style and fitness, I foresee Takam wobbled early and walking on to uppercuts, jabs and right hands. He may have tasted the canvas a couple of times already when he the contest is halted, around the fifth or sixth session.
Callum Johnson has withdrawn from his British light-heavyweight clash with Frank Buglioni so Craig Richards has filled the void.
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