The all-British heavyweight clash between David Price and Kash Ali Liverpool ended a bizarre way, as Ali was disqualified for biting.
Price, 35, landed a stinging blow to the unbeaten 27-year-old in the fifth round, causing the grapple.
Ali fell on top and a pair of Liverpool on the canvas, with the & # 39 appeared to bite the price near his chest.
Ali was officially disqualified for biting and left the arena under a hail of drinks thrown supporters.
Strange Victory – welcomed the confusion and a chorus of boos in the M & S Bank Arena Liverpool – Extended Price record to 24 wins and six defeats and was their first defeat in the 16-car fight & # 39; EASURES Ali.
In the build-up to the fight, Price promised to punish his former sparring partner, who called him a "coward."
Cost revealed that Ali asked for a rematch, but he insisted: "I do not want to share the ring with an animal like this."
Ali lost his fee for the bout and former world champion in the heavyweight Tony Bell called on his ban.
"He & # 39 is a shame for what he did," said Belle Sky Sports.
"Human bites on the floor? There's not a lot of things below. "
Smith dominated Eggington
The main event of the evening saw former world champion Liam Smith claim the vacant WBC Silver super welterweight title by stopping fellow Brit Sam Eggington in the fifth round.
The referee stopped the fight after Eggington suffered badly cut eye early in the fight.
At the meeting, the two former champions of the Commonwealth Games, Preston Scott Fitzgerald was roared on reasonable support for the journey to the ground a dramatic victory over Anthony Fowler Liverpool.
Fitzgerald critically killed Fowler in the 10th and final round, despite being in survival mode for three minutes before, when he took a devastating uppercut.
But his knockdown – comes courtesy of three hard left hooks – got him across the line to win a split decision 94-96 95-94 95-94.
He extends his record to 13 wins from 13 and to cause the first professional defeat Fowler.