European middleweight champion Tyler Denny and Felix Cash went head-to-head after their weigh-in on Friday. They exchanged words, and Cash then shoved Denny on the stage.

They smiled and then posed for pictures ahead of their fight on Saturday evening at the Resorts World Arena in Birmingham. Cash, 31, is fighting for the first time under his new trainer Adam Booth.

Denny, 32, said: “The guy’s a little sausage, man. He’s been here five times today trying to make weight; he got naked and I said to him, ‘You’re drained at the weight’, and he’s got nothing to say, has he, so he gave me a little push, so I’m going to punch him up. 

“He’s rattled. He’s dry as f***. His time’s done. Well done, Felix Cash. You’ve had a good career but your time is done.”

“Saturday night I’m going to show everyone I’m back and where I should be,” Cash said. “Everyone wants to look good, a win’s the main thing but I’m visualising a clinical performance and showing my boxing skills and my levels in this fight.”

12 rounds – European middleweight title 

Tyler Denny – 159.4lbs

Felix Cash – 159.9lbs

10 rounds – welterweight

Lewis Crocker – 146.68lbs

Conah Walker – 146.46lbs

10 rounds – British and Commonwealth super-flyweight titles

Shannon Ryan – 113.86lbs

Emma Dolan – 114.88lbs

10 rounds – super lightweight

Cameron Vuong – 139.38lbs

Jeff Ofori – 139.94lbs

Eight rounds – super featherweight 

Aqib Fiaz – 134.4lbs

Kane Baker – 135.44lbs

Six rounds – flyweight 

Hamza Uddin – 117.4lbs

Giulio Commerso – 117.88lbs

Six rounds – lightweight 

Ibraheem Sulaimaan – 135.76lbs

Jesus Gonzalez – 135.44lbs

Six rounds – super bantamweight 

Muhammad Mustafa Ali – 124.46lbs

Kelvin Madjid – 123.22lbs

Four rounds – heavyweight 

Kevin Masirikia – 243.54lbs

Emanuel Odiase – 254.36lbs