Boxing Results

REVENGE: Whyte stops Povetkin in four

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In a rematch, Dillian Whyte (28-2, 19 KOs) got his revenge by stopping Alexander Povetkin (36-3-1, 25 KOs) in the fourth round to reclaim the WBC interim heavyweight title on Saturday night at the Europa Point Sports Complex in Gibraltar. Whyte took the fight to Povetkin in round one. Both attempted to land haymakers as the bout progressed with Whyte connecting more often. Whyte finally dropped Povetkin in round four. He beat the count but the bout was waved off. Time was 2:39. The 41-year-old Povetkin seemed shaky from the get-go, possibly from contracting Covid-19 a few months ago.

“I’m happier for my team than I am for me because some of my staff missed Christmas with their families,” Whyte told Matchroom. “They stayed back to help me train. They did so much behind the scenes to get me into the position for a world title fight. Continue reading “REVENGE: Whyte stops Povetkin in four”

In a rematch, Dillian Whyte (28-2, 19 KOs) got his revenge by stopping Alexander Povetkin (36-3-1, 25 KOs) in the fourth round to reclaim the WBC interim heavyweight title on…
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Wardley stops Molina in five

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Unbeaten heavyweight Fabio Wardley (11-0, 10 KOs) scored a fifth round KO over former world title challenger Eric “The Drummer Boy” Molina (27-7, 19 KOs) in the Povetkin-Whyte co-feature on Saturday night at the Europa Point Sports Complex in Gibraltar. The 38-year-old Molina delivered good resistance and was in the fight when he hurt Wardley with a right hand in round five. Molina rushed in to finish the job only to be knocked out by a Wardley counter. Time was :52.

Super welterweight Ted “The Big Cheese” Cheeseman (17-2-1, 10 KOs) scored a spectacular eleventh round knockout over previously unbeaten James Metcalf (21-1, 13 KOs) to claim the vacant British title. In round four, Cheeseman battered Metcalf from pillar-to-post and nearly got a stoppage. Metcalf survived and somehow turned the tide. Cheeseman, however, wrested control away again late and laid out Metcalf at the end of round eleven. Time 3:10. Total war!

In his pro debut, Campbell Hatton, son of British ring legend Ricky Hatton, won a four round decision against winless Jesus Ruiz (0-11). Referee’s score was 40-36. Continue reading “Wardley stops Molina in five”

Unbeaten heavyweight Fabio Wardley (11-0, 10 KOs) scored a fifth round KO over former world title challenger Eric “The Drummer Boy” Molina (27-7, 19 KOs) in the Povetkin-Whyte co-feature on…
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Koreano Ramirez demolishes Montero

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Super bantamweight Eduardo “Koreano” Ramírez (16-1-3, 11 KOs) scored a quick second round annihilation of Marco “Gallito” Montero (12-19-1, 3 KOs) on Friday night at the salón de eventos Jardines del Pedregal in Hermosillo, Mexico. Time was 1:31.

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Super bantamweight Eduardo “Koreano” Ramírez (16-1-3, 11 KOs) scored a quick second round annihilation of Marco “Gallito” Montero (12-19-1, 3 KOs) on Friday night at the salón de eventos Jardines…
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Melo crushes Gutierrez in one

WBA #7, WBO #13 bantamweight Melvin “Melo” Lopez (25-1, 16 KOs) destroyed Samuel Gutierrez (16-31-6, 6 KOs) in the first round on Friday night at Media Pro Studios on the outskirts of Miami, Florida. Melo dropped Gutierrez three times in the first round for a quick night. Time was 2:15.

Lightweight Josec Ruiz (21-4-3, 15 KOs) of Honduras dominated veteran Rodolfo Puente (19-6-2, 15 KOs) of Colombia in route to a second round KO. The official time of the knockout was 2:34. Continue reading “Melo crushes Gutierrez in one”

WBA #7, WBO #13 bantamweight Melvin “Melo” Lopez (25-1, 16 KOs) destroyed Samuel Gutierrez (16-31-6, 6 KOs) in the first round on Friday night at Media Pro Studios on the…
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Fujita makes a successful pro debut

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By Joe Koizumi
Photos by Naoki Fukuda

Ten-time national amateur champ Kenji Fujita, 125.75, successfully made a professional debut as he halted Motosuke Kimura (3-6-2, 1 KO), 125.25, with the referee’s intervention at 2:38 of the sixth and final round on Thursday in Tokyo, Japan. Fujita, who had compiled a good amateur mark of 153-21, 40 stoppages, failed to represent Japan in the next Olympic Games here, and made up his mind to enter the paid ranks from Teiken Gym. Maintaining the initiative from the outset, Kenji floored the switch-hitting opponent in round four and accelerated his attack to have the ref call a halt in the fatal sixth. Kenji, 27, comes from a fighting family with his elder brother Kazunori having been interim OPBF titlist under his late father Kazuhiko’s karate gym. Fujita looks bright and promising. Continue reading “Fujita makes a successful pro debut”

By Joe Koizumi Photos by Naoki Fukuda Ten-time national amateur champ Kenji Fujita, 125.75, successfully made a professional debut as he halted Motosuke Kimura (3-6-2, 1 KO), 125.25, with the…
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WBO #1 Parker TKOs Alexander in two

Unbeaten WBO #1 super middleweight Zach Parker (20-0, 14 KOs) easily defended his WBO International title via second round TKO against Vaughn Alexander (15-5, 9 KOs) on Friday night at the Copper Box Arena in London. Parker dropped Alexander twice. St. Louis native Alexander covered up to avoid Parker’s follow-up attack and Parker got a referee’s stoppage due to Alexander not throwing any punches back. Time was 1:39.

Unbeaten WBO #1 super middleweight Zach Parker (20-0, 14 KOs) easily defended his WBO International title via second round TKO against Vaughn Alexander (15-5, 9 KOs) on Friday night at…
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Serrano KOs Bermudez in nine

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Seven-division world champion and women’s pound-for-pound best Amanda Serrano (40-1-1, 30 KOs) scored a ninth round KO over three-division champion Daniela Bermudez (29-4-3, 10 KOs) to retain her WBC and WBO featherweight titles on Thursday night at the Plaza del Quinto Centenario in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico. Serrano landed sharp, clean punches all night, catching the very tough Bermudez walking in. She finally put Bermudez down for the count with body shots in round nine. Time was 1:33. Serrano was up 80-72 3x on the scorecards entering the ninth round.

Serrano’s manager/trainer Jordan Maldonado was booted from ringside in round seven for berating the referee.

“I want to become undisputed,” stated Serrano afterward. “I want to be the first undisputed champion to come out of my beautiful island of Puerto Rico. That’s definitely my goal – IBF, WBA. Nothing against any champion but I want those belts. If they want to become undisputed champion, then they need to come through me too, so we need each other.” Continue reading “Serrano KOs Bermudez in nine”

Seven-division world champion and women’s pound-for-pound best Amanda Serrano (40-1-1, 30 KOs) scored a ninth round KO over three-division champion Daniela Bermudez (29-4-3, 10 KOs) to retain her WBC and…
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Ortiz stops Hooker in fire fight

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By Jeff Zimmerman at ringside

This was perhaps the biggest fight in Dallas Boxing history between two Dallas born and bred fighters in rising star Vergil Ortiz Jr (17-0, 17 KOs) and former 140lb world champ Maurice “Mighty Mo” Hooker (27-2-3, 19 KOs) in what was definitely one for the books as both fighters went right after each other from the opening bell. But in the end, the young hungry lion, Ortiz Jr., was not to be denied as he came away with the technical knockout victory in round seven against Hooker in front of a raucous crowd in Fort Worth, Texas at Dickies Arena and shown live on DAZN. The card was promoted by Oscar De La Hoya’s Golden Boy Promotions. Continue reading “Ortiz stops Hooker in fire fight”

By Jeff Zimmerman at ringside This was perhaps the biggest fight in Dallas Boxing history between two Dallas born and bred fighters in rising star Vergil Ortiz Jr (17-0, 17…
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Estrada dethrones Ortiz, seizes WBA 105lb title

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By Jeff Zimmerman at ringside

In the co-main event of Hooker-Ortiz at Dickies Arena in Ft Worth, TX, the pride and joy of East Los Angeles Seniesa “Super Bad” Estrada (20-0, 8 KOs), like her promoter Oscar De La Hoya, showed her immense skills and superior speed from round one to the final bell and took home the title from Anabel Ortiz (31-4, 4 KOs) and became the WBA minimumweight champ in her first world title shot. Estrada controlled distance, feinted and switched stances from orthodox to southpaw all night ala pound for pound great Terence Crawford, who was in attendance, and put on a masterful performance 100-89 twice and 99-90 for a unanimous decision. Continue reading “Estrada dethrones Ortiz, seizes WBA 105lb title”

By Jeff Zimmerman at ringside In the co-main event of Hooker-Ortiz at Dickies Arena in Ft Worth, TX, the pride and joy of East Los Angeles Seniesa “Super Bad” Estrada…
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Sosa edges Mansilla in Argentina

Unbeaten Hector Andres Sosa (11-0, 7 KOs) of Argentina defeated countryman Ckari Cani Mansilla (15-2, 11 KOs) to retain his South American super bantamweight title on Saturday night at the Polideportivo Municipal Presidente Raul Alfonsin, La Cautiva, Cordoba, Argentina. Sosa dropped Mansilla twice in the second round in route earning a 10 round split decision. The official judges’ scorecards read 96.5-92.5 and 97.5-91.5 for Sosa and 95-94 for Mansilla. Continue reading “Sosa edges Mansilla in Argentina”

Unbeaten Hector Andres Sosa (11-0, 7 KOs) of Argentina defeated countryman Ckari Cani Mansilla (15-2, 11 KOs) to retain his South American super bantamweight title on Saturday night at the…
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Hooker-Ortiz Undercard Results

By Jeff Zimmerman at ringside

The chiseled welterweight Marcelino “Nino” Lopez ( 37-2, 22 KOs) out of Buenos Aires, Argentina dropped Jairo “Doberman” Lopez (27-12, 18 KOs) from Mexico once in the second, third and fourth round and twice more in round five, before referee Mark Calo-oy waived it off at 1:25 of round five of the scheduled ten. Marcelino attacked Jairo nicknamed the “Doberman” like a Pitbull throughout the fight and dropped several bombs on the game fighter from Mexico who did his absolute best to counter the stronger man and did have limited success. But in the end, Marcelino was too powerful and closed out rounds strong as Jairo stood there firing back as much as possible and put on a game effort but could not keep Marcelino off of him. He earned his 37th win with the knockout. Continue reading “Hooker-Ortiz Undercard Results”

By Jeff Zimmerman at ringside The chiseled welterweight Marcelino “Nino” Lopez ( 37-2, 22 KOs) out of Buenos Aires, Argentina dropped Jairo “Doberman” Lopez (27-12, 18 KOs) from Mexico once…
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Okolie KOs Glowacki for WBO cruiser title

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In a clash for the vacant WBO cruiserweight title, Lawrence Okolie (16-0, 13 KOs) scored a sixth round knockout over former world champion Krzysztof Glowacki (31-3, 19 KOs) on Saturday night at the SSE Arena in London.

It was a very one-sided fight. The 6’6 Okolie successfully kept the fight at a distance and connected from long range. Glowacki could hardly get inside at all and mostly flailed at air. Okolie finally dropped Glowacki with a huge straight right to end it. Time was :46.

“I don’t think it has sunk in yet,” said Okolie. “It’s nice hearing you say it. I’m happy. For me, it’s more of a relief. The potential has been there for over a year. I’m happy to get the victory. Now and forever, I’ll be a world champion. Continue reading “Okolie KOs Glowacki for WBO cruiser title”

In a clash for the vacant WBO cruiserweight title, Lawrence Okolie (16-0, 13 KOs) scored a sixth round knockout over former world champion Krzysztof Glowacki (31-3, 19 KOs) on Saturday…
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Beterbiev stops Deines in ten, retains WBC/IBF titles

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WBC/IBF light heavyweight champion Artur Beterbiev (16-0, 16 KOs) scored a tenth round TKO over game Adam Deines (19-2-1, 10 KOs) on Saturday night in front of at the Megasport Sport Palace in Moscow, Russia. Beterbiev dropped Deines at the end of round one. Deines came back well in round two, expending a lot of energy. Beterbiev continued to patiently stalk and finally lowered the boom in round ten. Deines beat the count, but his corner waved the towel. Time was 1:34.

It was Beterbiev’s first fight since unifying the WBC and IBF belts in October 2019 against Oleksandr Gvozdyk.

Beterbiev now sets his sights on a potential unification matchup with the winner of the April 10 vacant WBO light heavyweight world title showdown between Joe Smith Jr. and Maxim Vlasov.

WBC/IBF light heavyweight champion Artur Beterbiev (16-0, 16 KOs) scored a tenth round TKO over game Adam Deines (19-2-1, 10 KOs) on Saturday night in front of at the Megasport…
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Glowacki-Okolie Undercard Results

Unbeaten super featherweight Joe Cordina (12-0, 7 KOs) won a ten round majority decision over Faroukh Kourbanov (17-3, 3 KOs) in the Glowacki-Okolie co-feature on Saturday night at the SSE Arena in London. It was an untidy affair with few memorable moments. Scores were 96-96, 98-93, 96-95.

Super welterweight Anthony Fowler (14-1, 11 KOs) scored a third round KO over Jorge Fortea (21-2-1, 7 KOs) to win the WBA International title. Fowler dropped Fortea twice to end it.

Cruiserweight Chris Billam-Smith (12-1, 10 KOs) scored a ten round unanimous decision over Vasil Ducar (9-4-1, 8 KOs). Billam-Smith dropped Ducar in rounds four and six, but had to go the full ten. Scores were 99-90, 99-90, 97-92. Continue reading “Glowacki-Okolie Undercard Results”

Unbeaten super featherweight Joe Cordina (12-0, 7 KOs) won a ten round majority decision over Faroukh Kourbanov (17-3, 3 KOs) in the Glowacki-Okolie co-feature on Saturday night at the SSE…
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Beterbiev-Dienes undercard results

Undefeated super middleweight Pavel Silyagin (7-0, 4 KOs) scored a near-shutout twelve round unanimous decision over previously unbeaten WBC #4 rated Azizbek Abdugofurov (13-1, 5 KOs) on the Beterbiev-Dienes undercard Saturday night at the Megasport Sport Palace in Moscow, Russia. Scores were 120-108, 119-109, 119-109. Silyagin claimed the WBC silver super middleweight title.

Unbeaten welterweight contender Alexander Besputin (14-0, 10 KOs) was victorious when 43-year-old Viktor Plotnikov (33-11, 15 KOs) didn’t come out for round three. It was Besputin’s first fight since November 2019, when he bested Radzhab Butaev by unanimous decision to win a version of the WBA welterweight world title. The result was changed to a no-contest after Besputin tested positive for a banned substance. Continue reading “Beterbiev-Dienes undercard results”

Undefeated super middleweight Pavel Silyagin (7-0, 4 KOs) scored a near-shutout twelve round unanimous decision over previously unbeaten WBC #4 rated Azizbek Abdugofurov (13-1, 5 KOs) on the Beterbiev-Dienes undercard…
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Suarez stops Aviles in one

Unbeaten Brian Manuel Suarez (14-0, 13 KOs) of Argentina stopped Jesus Aviles (9-4, 2KOs) of Peru in round one to win the vacant World Boxing Association Fedebol light heavyweight title on Friday night at the Centro de Convenciones Cosecha, Ibarlucea, Santa Fe, Argentina. Continue reading “Suarez stops Aviles in one”

Unbeaten Brian Manuel Suarez (14-0, 13 KOs) of Argentina stopped Jesus Aviles (9-4, 2KOs) of Peru in round one to win the vacant World Boxing Association Fedebol light heavyweight title…
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Sanchez punishes Castigador Gonzalez in one

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Bantamweight Saul “The Beast” Sanchez (16-1, 9 KOs) scored his second consecutive first round KO on Telemundo air as he demolished Frank “Castigador” Gonzalez (8-2, 4 KOs) who was down three times before the ref waved it off at 1:47. Sanchez claimed the vacant WBA Fedecentro bantamweight title.

Bantamweight Saul “The Beast” Sanchez (16-1, 9 KOs) scored his second consecutive first round KO on Telemundo air as he demolished Frank “Castigador” Gonzalez (8-2, 4 KOs) who was down…
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McGregor destroys Guerfi to win Euro title

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British and Commonwealth champion “Lightning” Lee McGregor (10-0, 8 KOs) destroyed and dethroned European bantamweight Karim Guerfi (29-5, 9 KOs) in the first round on Friday night at the University of Bolton Stadium in Bolton, England. McGregor blasted Guerfi to the canvas three times to end it. Time was 2:43.

McGregor said: “I said from the start of the lead up to this fight that people will see a completely different Lee McGregor. Huge credit has to go to Ben Davison, because he’s made me a completely different fighter and that showed tonight.

“My physical strength, mental strength and lots else have been improved, and I’m a proper professional now. I sacrificed so much away from my family for this fight, but there was no denying me. I knew I wouldn’t return home without this belt.” Continue reading “McGregor destroys Guerfi to win Euro title”

British and Commonwealth champion “Lightning” Lee McGregor (10-0, 8 KOs) destroyed and dethroned European bantamweight Karim Guerfi (29-5, 9 KOs) in the first round on Friday night at the University…
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Hanagata barely keeps IBF female 102lb belt

Then retires to become a teacher

By Joe Koizumi
Photos by Naoki Fukuda

IBF female atomweight champion Saemi Hanagata (16-7-5, 7 KOs), 101.25, barely kept her belt as she was held to a majority draw (95-95 twice, 97-93 for the challenger) with Rie Matsuda (4-0-1, 1 KO), 101.5, over ten hard-fought rounds on Thursday in Tokyo, Japan.

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Hanagata (right) retains her IBF belt against Matsuda

For Hanagata, 36, it was her final ring appearance as she retired after her last fight and would become a teacher after her graduation of a university in 2023. The champ maintained the pressure to the southpaw footworker, 26, who gamely retaliated to the onrushing ruler. Hanagata got married to an active referee named Takeru Okaniwa in November 2019. Since then the husband, of course, had never officiated Saemi’s bouts. Hanagata, who won the world belt in her fifth attempt in 2018, will be a good teacher with her perennial patience, hopefully. Continue reading “Hanagata barely keeps IBF female 102lb belt”

Then retires to become a teacher By Joe Koizumi Photos by Naoki Fukuda IBF female atomweight champion Saemi Hanagata (16-7-5, 7 KOs), 101.25, barely kept her belt as she was…
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Fierro comes off canvas to KO Machado

Late sub Angel Fierro (18-1-1, 14 KOs) scored a spectacular sixth round knockout over former world champion Alberto Machado (22-3, 18 KOs) in a lightweight fight on Friday night at the Albergue Olimpico (Olympic Center) in Salinas, Puerto Rico.

Machado dropped Fierro in round one with a right to the jaw. Fierro was down again at the end of round two courtesy of a flush Machado right hook. After Machado dominated round three, Fierro somehow turned the tide in rounds four and five, then he brutally KNOCKED OUT Machado with a massive left hook in round six. Time was :47. Fierro won the NABO title. Amazing fight!

“I’m happy, I faced a top-notch fighter tonight in Alberto Machado,” said Fierro, who was a three-to-one underdog. “He is world class and dropped me twice. But I am ecstatic that I was able to come back and beat a fighter of his caliber.” Continue reading “Fierro comes off canvas to KO Machado”

Late sub Angel Fierro (18-1-1, 14 KOs) scored a spectacular sixth round knockout over former world champion Alberto Machado (22-3, 18 KOs) in a lightweight fight on Friday night at…
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Rivas beats Louis again, Volny triumphs

WBC #1 bridgerweight Oscar “Kaboom” Rivas (27-1, 19 KOs) scored an easy third round TKO over Sylvera “Sly” Louis (8-5, 4 KOs) on Tuesday night at Quebec Plaza Hotel in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada. Rivas pressed the action and dropped Louis in round two. Louis stayed on his stool after round three. 🙁

Rivas previously beat Louis in a four rounder back in 2012. Louis was lured out of retirement to take this rematch.

Afterward, Rivas stated he prepared well for this new weight division, he’s ready for anything that will be thrown at him, and he intends to become a world champion in 2021.

Unbeaten IBF #6, WBO #7 super middleweight “Vicious” Patrice Volny (16-0, 10 KOs) scored a fifth round KO over Janks Trotter (10-6-2, 10 KOs). Volny dropped Trotter with a right hand in round two and battered Trotter to the canvas twice in round five to end it. Time was 1:56. Volny previously scored a first round TKO against Trotter three years ago. Continue reading “Rivas beats Louis again, Volny triumphs”

WBC #1 bridgerweight Oscar “Kaboom” Rivas (27-1, 19 KOs) scored an easy third round TKO over Sylvera “Sly” Louis (8-5, 4 KOs) on Tuesday night at Quebec Plaza Hotel in…
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Tellez Giron stops Piña in seven

By Hesiquio Balderas

Hot super featherweight Rene Tellez Giron (16-1, 10 KOs) advanced towards his goal of capturing a title with a seven round destruction of 34-fight veteran Gabriel Piña on Sunday in Playa Rosarito, Baja California, México.

It was a phonebooth fight, back and forward action between both combatants, Piña’s experiences didn’t let Rene develop his original game plan that was to end the fight early. The rounds went on and Tellez Giron and Piña created a fun, eye-catching scrap that saw both fighters trading bombs from round to round.

Finally, in round seven, a solid body shot from Tellez Giron dropped Piña for the full count and it took Piña several minutes before he could get up. Continue reading “Tellez Giron stops Piña in seven”

By Hesiquio Balderas Hot super featherweight Rene Tellez Giron (16-1, 10 KOs) advanced towards his goal of capturing a title with a seven round destruction of 34-fight veteran Gabriel Piña…
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More Results from Santo Domingo

By Robert Coster

This report offers additional results to our previous report

The Friday night boxing show in Santo Domingo offered another eight interesting fights. The new star of Dominican boxing, 21-year-old minimumweight Erick “Mini Pacman” Rosa (3-0, 1 KO), already ranked #3 by the WBA, impressively disposed of taller, more experienced Kenny Cano (14-3, 11 KOs) of Venezuela in just two rounds. A well-placed hook to the body leveled the visitor. Shuan Boxing Promotion has ambitious plans for Rosa and are already targeting a world title for this year. Continue reading “More Results from Santo Domingo”

By Robert Coster This report offers additional results to our previous report The Friday night boxing show in Santo Domingo offered another eight interesting fights. The new star of Dominican…
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Liebenberg stops Campbell to win three titles

By Ron Jackson

Rowan Campbell was stopped in the eighth round by the veteran Ryno Liebenberg to lose his South African and IBO All-Africa super middleweight titles in one of the most courageous performances in the South African ring in recent years, at Emperors Palace near Kempton Park on Sunday afternoon.

Liebenberg (76.00kg) also claimed the vacant WBA Pan African super middleweight title as he took the fight to Campbell in the opening round and whipped in punches to the body; and all Campbell could do was to hold and was eventually deducted a point by referee Tony Nyangiwe.

This was the pattern of the fight throughout as Campbell (77.50kg) was cut on the left eye and dropped for a count just before the bell in the second round. Continue reading “Liebenberg stops Campbell to win three titles”

By Ron Jackson Rowan Campbell was stopped in the eighth round by the veteran Ryno Liebenberg to lose his South African and IBO All-Africa super middleweight titles in one of…
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Faust tops Vazquez, remains unbeaten

In a clash between unbeaten heavyweights, Victor Faust (6-0, 4 KOs) took an eight round unanimous decision over Wilmer Vasquez (11-1-2, 7 KOs) on Saturday night at the ECB Boxgym in Hamburg, Germany. The 39-year-old Vazquez was a 2004 Olympian.

Heavyweight Michael Wallisch (22-4, 15 KOs) stopped Knife Didier (6-6, 5 KOs) in round six.

Heavyweight Ali Eren Demirezen (14-1, 11 KOs) halted last-minute sub Nikola Milacic (21-2, 14 KOs) in round two. Demirezen’s original opponent Jacek Piatek was unable to fight after being arrested by police following Friday’s weigh-in.

In a clash between unbeaten heavyweights, Victor Faust (6-0, 4 KOs) took an eight round unanimous decision over Wilmer Vasquez (11-1-2, 7 KOs) on Saturday night at the ECB Boxgym…
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