By Elliot Foster

Wembley Arena, London - Heavyweight contender Daniel Dubois (11-0, 10 KOs) was tested during certain moments when he traded punches with a brave Richard Lartey (14-2, 11 KOs), to score a fourth round knockout.

Lartey stood his ground at times and landed some stiff shots that pushed Dubois back.

But in the fourth, Dubois landed a huge right hand that dropped Lartey, who struggled to get to his feet and the fight was waved off.

Dubois was recently order to face Joe Joyce in a British heavyweight title showdown, but there is no word if the contest will actually happen - despite the British Boxing Board of Control announcing the a deal had been reached.

Dubois wants the fight to happen, but Joyce has much bigger goals in mind - like world title shots.

Both Dubois and Joyce are promoted by Frank Warren. 

IN OTHER RESULTS: Samuel Antwi will now be looking to bigger and better things after his latest win.

The welterweight took on Siar Ozgul for the vacant Southern Area title at Bethnal Green's famous York Hall venue.

Antwi, the former holder of the belt, was looking to make a successful defence, but after being overweight on the scales, the title was up for grabs for Ozgul only.

However, it was the ex-champion who secured victory, exclusively live on iFL TV, coming out on top by 98 points to 93 on the referee Lee Cook's scorecard.

Ozgul, who was in action against former world champion Viktor Postol only last November, gave a more than credible account of himself, but it just wasn't to be.

In the chief supporting contest, Chantelle Cameron marked a new dawn in her paid career with a stoppage win.

The IBO lightweight queen was in action against Tanzania's overmatched Feriche Mashauri.

Mashauri was on the receiving end of a pummelling from the Northampton lady and could have been stopped in the opener.

She somehow managed to get through the first, but Cameron -- now being trained by Jamie Moore and Nigel Travis and managed by MTK Global -- got Mashauri out of there in the second, with the ref calling a halt to proceedings after one minute and 39 seconds of the round.

Liam Wells secured his biggest victory to date as he cruised past Jumanne Camero.

Wells, who is now 5-0, outpointed the former Southern Area lightweight champion in a welterweight contest over eight rounds, winning by a margin of 79 points to 74.

There was a returning win for former Commonwealth champion John O'Donnell who had been out for two years.

The 33-year-old London-based Irishman returned to the scene of his English welterweight title win against Erick Ochieng back in March 2017 and will be hoping to get back into title contention sooner rather than later after a four-round triumph over Iliyan Markov.

Dan Azeez got the better of Josip Perkovic in what was something of a one-sided affair as he successfully advanced his ledger.

The light-heavyweight dropped the visitor late in the third round and he was counted in the fourth after taking a knee.

The following onslaught was too much for Perkovic to take, though, and at the end of the fourth, his corner retired him, meaning Azeez moved on to 8-0.

Meanwhile, Steven Ward kept up his undefeated record with a retirement victory.

The light-heavyweight, from Belfast, was in action against Abdula Arabie and ended the challenge of the Bulgarian early after dropping him in the third and fifth rounds.

The referee, Chas Coakley, accepted his retirement in the corner at the end of what was the penultimate stanza.

And there were wins for James Hawley, Michael Elliott, Donovan Mortlock and new MTK signing Viktor Kotochigov, who is likely to return to the ring on July 6 in his home country of Kazakhstan as MTK bring an extravaganza of professional boxing to celebrate Day of the Capital City of Kazakhstan.