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Ocampo crushes Matute in two

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WBO #12 junior middleweight Carlos “Chema” Ocampo (29-1, 19 KOs) scored a second round KO over Iván “Demolisher” Matute (30-4, 25 KOs) on Saturday night at the Grand Hotel in Tijuana, BCN, Mexico. A vicious body attack by Ocampo put Matute on the canvas three times in the second round. Official time was 1:52. Matute spent a few minutes on the deck writhing in pain, but eventually got up with an ice pack on his liver.

WBO #12 junior middleweight Carlos “Chema” Ocampo (29-1, 19 KOs) scored a second round KO over Iván “Demolisher” Matute (30-4, 25 KOs) on Saturday night at the Grand Hotel in…
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Ex-champ Reveco returns with win in Argentina

Former WBA flyweight world champion Juan Carlos Reveco (40-4, 19 KOs) returned to the ring for the first time in over 3 years. His last appearance was in February 2018 losing in a world title opportunity versus hen world champion Donnie Nietes. The 37-year-old Reveco ground out a dominating but hard-earned unanimous decision victory over local journeyman Jeremias Javier Ulibarre (8-12-1, 1 KO) on Saturday night at the Club Atlético Talleres, Villa Gobernador Galvez, Santa Fe, Argentina. The official scores were 60-55, 60-54, and 60-53.5 all in favor of Reveco. Continue reading “Ex-champ Reveco returns with win in Argentina”

Former WBA flyweight world champion Juan Carlos Reveco (40-4, 19 KOs) returned to the ring for the first time in over 3 years. His last appearance was in February 2018…
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Ennis KOs Lipinets in six

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Undefeated WBO #7, IBF #9, WBC #12 welterweight Jaron “Boots” Ennis (27-0, 25 KOs) overpowered and knocked out former world champion and IBF #3 rated Sergey Lipinets (16-2-1, 12 KOs) on Saturday night at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut. A Lipinets slip in round four was incorrectly ruled a knockdown. No mistake about the knockdown in round six, however. A straight left put Lipinets down and out. Time was 2:11. Another dominant and impressive performance by Ennis.

“I’ll always be hard on myself when I look back at my performance,” said Ennis. “My goal is to keep getting better, sharper, faster and stronger so I can become world champion. As long as I keep fighting top guys, I’m happy. I feel like I will be world champion by the end of this year or beginning of next year. Patience is the key though. Continue reading “Ennis KOs Lipinets in six”

Undefeated WBO #7, IBF #9, WBC #12 welterweight Jaron “Boots” Ennis (27-0, 25 KOs) overpowered and knocked out former world champion and IBF #3 rated Sergey Lipinets (16-2-1, 12 KOs)…
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Smith edges Vlasov to win WBO LH title

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The “Common Man” Joe Smith Jr. (27-3, 21 KOs) took a hard fought majority decision over Maxim Vlasov (45-4, 26 KOs) to claim the vacant WBO light heavyweight title on Saturday night at the Osage Casino in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The lanky awkward Vlasov outworked Smith early and cut Smith over the left eye in round one. That cut troubled Smith the rest of the way. Smith connected with a big right hand in round two, but Vlasov continued to outwork him. Vlasov started bleeding from the mouth in round five. Smith landed some big shots in round seven. Vlasov rebounded well in round eight and had a big round nine as Smith faded. Smith rallied in round eleven. Vlasov went down down but referee Gary Ritter ruled it a punch behind the head. Still, a big round for Smith. Smith also won round twelve. Scores were 114-114, 115-113, 115-112.

“It’s a great feeling,” said Smith. “It was definitely a close, tough fight. I give it to Vlasov. Great fighter. He really put on a great show tonight and toughed it out. I believe that round where I hurt him there… I believe he had his head down, and I should’ve got the knockout. I think I would’ve got the stoppage that {11th} round, but he pulled it off and made it out on his feet. I believe I got the victory tonight because they saw I landed the harder shots. He landed a lot of punches. It was a great fight. Continue reading “Smith edges Vlasov to win WBO LH title”

The “Common Man” Joe Smith Jr. (27-3, 21 KOs) took a hard fought majority decision over Maxim Vlasov (45-4, 26 KOs) to claim the vacant WBO light heavyweight title on…
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Ancajas retains IBF superfly belt

IBF junior bantamweight champion Jerwin “Pretty Boy” Ancajas (33-1-2, 22 KOs) retained his title against Jonathan Rodríguez (22-2, 16 KOs) in a slugfest on Saturday night at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut. Toe-to-toe action for all twelve rounds. Ancajas battered Rodriguez to the canvas with a barrage of punches in round eight. Scores were unanimous for Ancajas 115-112, 116-111, 117-110.

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Unbeaten welterweight Eimantas Stanionis (13-0, 9 KOs) scored a twelve round unanimous decision over former world title challenger Thomas Dulorme (25-5-1, 16 KOs) in a WBA title eliminator. Stanionis pressed the action and won 115-113, 116-112, 117-111.
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IBF junior bantamweight champion Jerwin “Pretty Boy” Ancajas (33-1-2, 22 KOs) retained his title against Jonathan Rodríguez (22-2, 16 KOs) in a slugfest on Saturday night at the Mohegan Sun…
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Balogun stops Barr, remains unbeaten

Undefeated heavyweight Mike Balogun (17-0, 13 KOs) scored a second round KO over Keith Barr (20-14-1, 8 KOs) on Saturday night at The Rustica in Vero Beach, Florida. Balogun dropped Barr three times in round two to end it. Time was 2:45.

A wild clash between cruiserweights Johnnie Langston (9-3, 5 KOs) and Demetrius Banks (10-10-1, 3 KOs) ended in a no-contest. Both fighters were down in round one. Banks suffered a leg injury in round three when Langston threw him down from a clinch and the bottom rope snapped.

Undefeated heavyweight Mike Balogun (17-0, 13 KOs) scored a second round KO over Keith Barr (20-14-1, 8 KOs) on Saturday night at The Rustica in Vero Beach, Florida. Balogun dropped…
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Ajagba, Real Big Baby score early knockouts

Unbeaten WBC #11, WBA #11 heavyweight Efe Ajagba (15-0, 12 KOs) explosively knocked Brian “MVP” Howard (15-5, 12 KOs) out cold in round three in the Smith-Vlasov co-feature on Saturday night at the Osage Casino in Tulsa, Oklahoma. A massive right hand that sounded like a cannon shot landing on the ear of Howard sent him twisting to the canvas live a pretzel. Time was 1:29.

Unbeaten heavyweight Jared “The Real Big Baby” Anderson (9-0, 9 KOs) scored a second round KO over Jeremiah “The Bullfrog” Karpency (16-3-1, 6 KOs) Anderson dropped Karpency with a body shot in round one. Identical punch in round two put Karpency down for the count. Time was :34. Continue reading “Ajagba, Real Big Baby score early knockouts”

Unbeaten WBC #11, WBA #11 heavyweight Efe Ajagba (15-0, 12 KOs) explosively knocked Brian “MVP” Howard (15-5, 12 KOs) out cold in round three in the Smith-Vlasov co-feature on Saturday…
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Huni victorious, remains unbeaten

By Ray Wheatley – World of Boxing

Australian heavyweight champion Justis Huni (3-0, 3 KOs) stopped Jack Maris (2-1, 0 KOs) in round one at the Gold Coast Convention Centre, Broadbeach, Queensland, Australia on Saturday. Referee Paul Tapley saved 6’9 Maris from further punishment at 2:50.

“It feels amazing, it feels fantastic to be back,” Huni said. “It is what it is. It’s out of my control. I did all the hard work. There’s no pressure.” Huni is 2019 amateur world championship bronze medalist. Continue reading “Huni victorious, remains unbeaten”

By Ray Wheatley – World of Boxing Australian heavyweight champion Justis Huni (3-0, 3 KOs) stopped Jack Maris (2-1, 0 KOs) in round one at the Gold Coast Convention Centre,…
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Dib captures Aussie 140lb crown

By Ray Wheatley – World of Boxing

Unbeaten Yousef Dib (15-0, 7 KOs) captured the vacant Australian super lightweight title against Hunter Ioane (8-2-1, 5 KOs) on Friday at Club Punchbowl, Sydney, NSW, Australia. Dib was down in round one, but came back to control the fight in most of the rounds as he outworked Ioane on the inside and at long range. Scores were Will Soulos 97-92, Ian Batty 97-92, Charlie Lucas 96-93. Dib holds a 2015 amateur victory over world-rated Conor Benn and lost by split decision to current IBF, WBA super lightweight champion Josh Taylor in the amateur ranks. Continue reading “Dib captures Aussie 140lb crown”

By Ray Wheatley – World of Boxing Unbeaten Yousef Dib (15-0, 7 KOs) captured the vacant Australian super lightweight title against Hunter Ioane (8-2-1, 5 KOs) on Friday at Club…
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IBF #6 Obara defeats Sakai, keeps Japanese 147lb belt

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By Joe Koizumi
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Hard-punching IBF#6 Keita Obara (24-4-1, 21 KOs), 146.25, kept his Japanese welterweight belt as he edged game and gallant Shoki Sakai (25-12-2, 13 KOs), 146.25, by a close but unanimous decision (all 96-94) over ten hard-fought rounds on Thursday in Tokyo, Japan.

Obara, making his initial defense, was at first befuddled by Sakai’s aggressiveness from the outset, but tried to outbox and outpunch the willing mixer in the first half, which read by open scoring system: 48-47 twice for the champ and 47-48 for the challenger. Continue reading “IBF #6 Obara defeats Sakai, keeps Japanese 147lb belt”

By Joe Koizumi Photos by Naoki Fukuda Hard-punching IBF#6 Keita Obara (24-4-1, 21 KOs), 146.25, kept his Japanese welterweight belt as he edged game and gallant Shoki Sakai (25-12-2, 13…
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Tenkai shuts out Ogata, keeps WBO female 108lb belt

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By Joe Koizumi

Prohibitive favorite Tsunami Tenkai (28-12-1, 16 KOs), 107.5, impressively kept her WBO female junior flyweight belt as she displayed her superior speed and skills, gave a lesson to Shione Ogata (11-7-1, 3 KOs), 107.5, and scored a shutout decision (identically 100-89) over ten lopsided rounds on Sunday in Osaka, Japan.

Tenkai, making her third defense, effectively battered the challenger and floored her with quick combinations in round two. Though Ogata fought back hard, Tenkai had them missing with her flexible mobility and scored with accurate counters nearly at will. Continue reading “Tenkai shuts out Ogata, keeps WBO female 108lb belt”

By Joe Koizumi Prohibitive favorite Tsunami Tenkai (28-12-1, 16 KOs), 107.5, impressively kept her WBO female junior flyweight belt as she displayed her superior speed and skills, gave a lesson…
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Munoz KOs Monserrat in four

Unbeaten prospect Kevin Luis Munoz (12-0, 5 KOs) of Argentina TKO’d countryman Matias Emanuel Iriarte Monserrat (8-7-2, 3 KOs) in round four. Munoz successfully defended his South American super flyweight title. The 10 round main event took place Saturday night at the Complejo Multifuncion, Perez, Santa Fe, Argentina. Continue reading “Munoz KOs Monserrat in four”

Unbeaten prospect Kevin Luis Munoz (12-0, 5 KOs) of Argentina TKO’d countryman Matias Emanuel Iriarte Monserrat (8-7-2, 3 KOs) in round four. Munoz successfully defended his South American super flyweight…
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Dawejko demolishes Jones in one

Heavyweight Joey “The Tank” Dawejko (21-8-4, 12 KOs) scored a first round KO over Joe Jones (11-4, 8 KOs) on Saturday night at the 2300 Arena in Philadelphia. Dawejko overpowered Jones, dropping him twice in round one to get the win at 2:50. Continue reading “Dawejko demolishes Jones in one”

Heavyweight Joey “The Tank” Dawejko (21-8-4, 12 KOs) scored a first round KO over Joe Jones (11-4, 8 KOs) on Saturday night at the 2300 Arena in Philadelphia. Dawejko overpowered…
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Herring hammers Frampton, retains WBO title

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In the most impressive performance of his career, WBO super featherweight champion Jamel “Semper Fi” Herring (23-2, 11 KOs) dominated, then stopped Carl “The Jackal” Frampton (28-2, 16 KOs) in round six on Saturday night at the Caesars Palace Bluewaters Dubai in Dubai, UAE. Southpaw Herring dropped Frampton with a straight left in round five. Herring then dropped Frampton again with an uppercut in round six, and battered him until Frampton’s corner threw in the towel. Time was 1:40.

After the fight, the 34-year-old Frampton announced his retirement. Herring, 35, called out WBC champ Oscar Valdez.

WBO President Paco Valcarcel tweeted, “Congratulations to our 130 lbs world champion! Now he must face the winner of the Shakur Stevenson-Jeremiah Nakathila bout scheduled for June 12.”

In the most impressive performance of his career, WBO super featherweight champion Jamel “Semper Fi” Herring (23-2, 11 KOs) dominated, then stopped Carl “The Jackal” Frampton (28-2, 16 KOs) in…
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Ex-champ Nietes schools Carrillo

In his first bout since 2018, 38-year-old four-division world champion Donnie “Ahas” Nietes (43-1-5, 23 KOs) easily outboxed WBA #8 rated Pablo Carrillo (25-8-1, 16 KOs) over ten one-sided rounds to claim the vacant WBO International super flyweight title on the Herring-Frampton undercard Saturday night at the Caesars Palace Bluewaters Dubai in Dubai, UAE. Scores were 96-95!?, 98-92, 99-91. Continue reading “Ex-champ Nietes schools Carrillo”

In his first bout since 2018, 38-year-old four-division world champion Donnie “Ahas” Nietes (43-1-5, 23 KOs) easily outboxed WBA #8 rated Pablo Carrillo (25-8-1, 16 KOs) over ten one-sided rounds…
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Akhmadaliev stops Iwasa in five

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WBA/IBF unified super bantamweight champion Murodjon Akhmadaliev (9-0, 7 KOs) scored a questionable fifth round TKO over former IBF champion Ryosuke Iwasa (27-4, 17 KOs) on Saturday night at the Humo Arena in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. Akhmadaliev was progressively breaking down Iwasa when referee Yury Koptsev inexplicably jumped in for a very premature stoppage. The durable Iwasa still had plenty of fight left. Time was 1:30.

WBA/IBF unified super bantamweight champion Murodjon Akhmadaliev (9-0, 7 KOs) scored a questionable fifth round TKO over former IBF champion Ryosuke Iwasa (27-4, 17 KOs) on Saturday night at the…
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WBA-rated Giyasov and Madrimov victorious

WBA #6 rated super lightweight and 2016 Olympic gold medalist Shakhram “Wonderboy” Giyasov (11-0, 9 KOs) scored a spectacular third round KO over Patricio Lopez Moreno (28-5, 20 KOs) in the Akhmadaliev-Iwasa co-feature on Saturday night at the Humo Arena in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. Giyasov dropped Moreno at the end of round two and finished him in round three. Moreno counted out at 2:21. Giyasov also retained his WBA international belt.

In an attractive clash of unbeaten super welterweights, WBA #1 rated Israil Madrimov (7-0, 5 KOs) won a ten round unanimous decision over Emmany Kalombo (14-1, 14 KOs). Both fighters were wary of the other’s power early on. Madrimov pressed the action and dropped Kalombo at the end of round eight. Madrimov landed more big shots in round nine. The iron-jawed Kalombo made it to the end. Scores were 100-89, 99-90, 98-92. Madrimov already won a WBA final eliminator last August, so he was risking his world title shot against the unbeaten Kalombo. Continue reading “WBA-rated Giyasov and Madrimov victorious”

WBA #6 rated super lightweight and 2016 Olympic gold medalist Shakhram “Wonderboy” Giyasov (11-0, 9 KOs) scored a spectacular third round KO over Patricio Lopez Moreno (28-5, 20 KOs) in…
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Hino finishes Oho

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By Joe Koizumi
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After a sixteen-month hiatus JBC#7/OPBF#10 featherweight Ryo Hino (14-2-2, 9 KOs), 125.5, showed a good form in demolishing Ryukyu Oho (7-5, 4 KOs), 125.75, with a vicious body shot at 2:10 of the seventh round on Thursday in Tokyo, Japan. Continue reading “Hino finishes Oho”

By Joe Koizumi Photos by Naoki Fukuda After a sixteen-month hiatus JBC#7/OPBF#10 featherweight Ryo Hino (14-2-2, 9 KOs), 125.5, showed a good form in demolishing Ryukyu Oho (7-5, 4 KOs),…
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Oganisyan stuns ex-champ Troyanovsky

By Przemek Garczarczyk

Upstart 25-year-old super lightweight Valery Oganisyan (5-0, 3 KOs) defeated 40-year-old former IBF world champion Eduard Troyanovsky (29-3, 24 KOs) by ten round unanimous decision on Friday night at the Soviet Wings Universal Sport Palace in Moscow, Russia. The previously unknown Oganisyan nearly stopped Troyanovsky, who is ranked WBC #11, IBF #11, in round four. With the win, Oganisyan claimed the vacant WBC CISBB (CIS and Slovac Boxing Bureau) title.

In the main event, WBC #2, WBO #8 cruiserweight and former world title challenger Alexei Papin (13-1, 12 KOs) stopped Vaclav Pejsar (15-11, 13 KOs) in the first round, then called out current WBC champion Ilunga Makabu: “Makabu, Makabu…I’m coming for you!”

By Przemek Garczarczyk Upstart 25-year-old super lightweight Valery Oganisyan (5-0, 3 KOs) defeated 40-year-old former IBF world champion Eduard Troyanovsky (29-3, 24 KOs) by ten round unanimous decision on Friday…
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Solis tops Aguilar, Pintor edges Kendo

Unbeaten featherweight Alan “Lachorro” Solis (13-0-1, 7 KOs) outscored late sub Jonathan Aguilar (19-9, 15 KOs) over ten one-sided rounds to claim the vacant WBO Latino title on Thursday night at the Polideportivo Centenario in Los Mochis, Sonora, Mexico. Workmanlike performance. Scores were 97-93, 97-93, 99-91.

Welterweight Mauricio “Trompas” Pintor (24-3-1, 14 KOs), the nephew of Hall of Famer Lupe Pintor, scored an eight round unanimous decision over San Antonio fighter Kendo “Tremendo” Castaneda (17-4, 8 KOs). Castaneda had a point deducted in round two for hitting Pintor in the back in a clinch. No referee’s warning. The deduction made the difference as Pintor won 76-75, 76-75, 77-74. Continue reading “Solis tops Aguilar, Pintor edges Kendo”

Unbeaten featherweight Alan “Lachorro” Solis (13-0-1, 7 KOs) outscored late sub Jonathan Aguilar (19-9, 15 KOs) over ten one-sided rounds to claim the vacant WBO Latino title on Thursday night…
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Tszyu stops Hogan in five rounds

By Ray Wheatley – World of Boxing

Undefeated WBO #1, IBF #3, WBC #11 light middleweight Tim Tszyu (18-0, 14 KOs) dominated and stopped WBC #10 Dennis Hogan (28-4-1, 7 KOs) in round five of a bout for the WBO global title on Wednesday night at the Newcastle Entertainment Centre in Newcastle, NSW, Australia. Tszyu stalked Hogan from the opening bell and progressively broke him down, especially to the body. In round five, Tszyu blasted Hogan to the canvas with an uppercut. Hogan beat the count, but after absorbing more punishment Hogan’s corner threw in the towel. Time was 2:29.

By Ray Wheatley – World of Boxing Undefeated WBO #1, IBF #3, WBC #11 light middleweight Tim Tszyu (18-0, 14 KOs) dominated and stopped WBC #10 Dennis Hogan (28-4-1, 7…
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Tszyu-Hogan undercard results

By Ray Wheatley – World of Boxing

Super welterweight Wade Ryan (18-9, 5 KOs) scored a tenth round TKO over Koen Mazoudier (8-2, 4 KOs) for the WBA Oceania title. Wade rocked Mazoudier repeatedly in the late rounds and got a referee’s stoppage with 30 seconds remaining. Entertaining fight!

Unbeaten super featherweight Paul Fleming (27-0-1, 18 KOs) scored a seventh round TKO over Tyson Lantry (8-4, 3 KOs) in a clash for the WBA Oceania East/West title. An impressive demonstration of non-stop punching by Fleming prompting Lantry’s corner to throw in the towel at :10.

In a trilogy rubber match, former WBC super middleweight champion Sakio ”Scorpion” Bika (35-7-3, 22 KOs) won an eight round unanimous decision over former IBF middleweight champion Sam “King” Soliman (46-15-1, 19 KOs) in a bout fought at a 165lb catch weight. It was a tactical affair. Both were cut in a fifth round head clash. Bika’s heavier punching overcame Soliman’s craftiness. Scores were 80-73, 79-73, 78-74. Continue reading “Tszyu-Hogan undercard results”

By Ray Wheatley – World of Boxing Super welterweight Wade Ryan (18-9, 5 KOs) scored a tenth round TKO over Koen Mazoudier (8-2, 4 KOs) for the WBA Oceania title.…
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Former WBA champ Kubo stops Saeki

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By Joe Koizumi

Former WBA 122-pound champ Shun Kubo (15-2, 10 KOs), 128.75, impressively scored a fine TKO victory over Ruito Saeki (7-5, 1 KO), 129, at 2:59 of the third round in a scheduled eight on Sunday in Kobe, Japan.

Kubo had the upper hand with his persistent body shots from the outset, and floored Saeki, from Gifu, with a southpaw straight left in round three, when he so furiously followed it up that the ref declared a well-timed halt to save the helpless loser from further punishment. Continue reading “Former WBA champ Kubo stops Saeki”

By Joe Koizumi Former WBA 122-pound champ Shun Kubo (15-2, 10 KOs), 128.75, impressively scored a fine TKO victory over Ruito Saeki (7-5, 1 KO), 129, at 2:59 of the…
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Aguilar crushes Cardenas in ‘toughest test’

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In what was billed as the toughest test of his career, unbeaten super lightweight Omar “Pollo” Aguilar (18-0, 17 KOs) blew away Carlos “Profeta” Cardenas (26-19-1, 16 KOs) in the first round on Saturday at the Grand Hotel in Tijuana. Time was 2:48. Nine straight KOs now for Aguilar.

Cardenas came into the bout from a majority decision loss to Pedro “Roca” Campa (32-1-1, 21 KOs) a month before in Hermosillo.

In what was billed as the toughest test of his career, unbeaten super lightweight Omar “Pollo” Aguilar (18-0, 17 KOs) blew away Carlos “Profeta” Cardenas (26-19-1, 16 KOs) in the…
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Palemetta stops Herrera in Argentina

In a scheduled 10 round main event, Alberto Ignacio Palmetta (16-1, 12 KOs) stopped Jose Alan Herrera (35-11, 23 KOs) of Mexico in round two to retain his WBA International welterweight title. The event took place at the Club Atletico Lanus, Lanus, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Alberto Ezequiel Melian (9-2, 5KOs) of Argentina won the vacant WBA inter-Continental welterweight title with a tight unanimous decision over Frency Fortunato Saya (10-1, 8 KOs) of the Dominican Republic. The see-saw affair saw Melian down twice in round two, once in round three, and once in round five. Fortunato was down twice in the eighth and once in the tenth. The official scorecards read 94-90, 92-91 twice all in favor of Melian. Continue reading “Palemetta stops Herrera in Argentina”

In a scheduled 10 round main event, Alberto Ignacio Palmetta (16-1, 12 KOs) stopped Jose Alan Herrera (35-11, 23 KOs) of Mexico in round two to retain his WBA International…
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