KYLE Williams returned to winning ways as he topped the bill when Dudley hosted BCB Promotions’ ‘Sunday Service’ show.

Williams laced up the gloves for the first time following his British title disappointment but recorded a 40-36 points success after four rounds against Jose Anguilar.

The 27-year-old, from Wolverhampton, previously had a crack at British bantamweight boss Kash Farooq, who put him down twice on route to a fifth-round stoppage.

However, the former Midlands champion hit back from that first defeat to record an 11th career win in front of his supporters at the Venue in Dudley today (July 28).

Williams came out strong from the first bell and was soon into a neat rhythm as he closed down the ring against Anguilar early on.

His opponent was soon having to hold on to limit the damage as Williams landed with a host of inside rights and sharp uppercuts with his man always on the backfoot.

The durable Anguilar was able see out a tough fourth and final round as his task quickly became a survival mission.

Meanwhile, chief support Conah Walker had to settle for a draw against Londoner Ohio Kain despite putting the heat on in the final four rounds of the scheduled six.

The Wolverhampton super-welterweight, 24, kept his unbeaten record but will be disappointed not to take the win after a strong display. The former Merridale Boxing Club fighter took a while to get to grips with the awkward and rangy Londoner but hurt him in the third with a solid right. That momentum continued in the fourth as ‘The Wolf’ was able to work well on the inside - keeping his opponent against the ropes and unleashing a barrage of precision body shots.

The onslaught went on in the final two rounds with Walker quick to bring the war to Kain in a fashion that mirrored the fighting style of his trainer Ricky Hatton.

It seemed as though he’d done more than enough to take the victory but the contest was scored 57-57.

There was a win on the card for hometown fighter Connor Lee Jones.

Dudley’s Jones extend his unbeaten start in the lightweight ranks with another impressive points success.

The Lions Boxing Club graduate, an England international as a junior amateur, added the tough Dean Jones to his list of vanquished foes as he attacked well from behind his jab and found his range with chopping hooks to the body and head as he mixed up his attack throughout.

Super featherweight James Beech Jr opened the card with a points victory over Jake Pollard.

Beech extended his unbeaten record to 10 fights with a 40-36 success with another all-action display.

Beech was cut with a clash of heads in the second but enjoyed front-foot success as he landed well with a succession of solid right hands to both head and body.

There was also a win for female flyweight Dani Hodges. She recorded a battling 58-57 win over tough Scotland opponent Emma McCulloch.

Meanwhile, impressive Ledbury welterweight Alex Flores claimed a 40-36 success after four, three-minute rounds against durable Sheffield man Kash Hussain.

Reigning Midlands flyweight title holder Ijaz Ahmed dug out a 58-56 success after six rounds against Nicaraguan Pablo Navaroe.