Boxing Results

Pitufo Diaz crushes Berna in 68 seconds

Featherweight contender Christopher “Pitufo” Díaz (24-1, 16 KOs) won by KO at 1:08 of the first round after sending David Berna (17-6, 16 KOs) to the canvas with a hard left hook ending the action on Saturday night at the Sheraton Puerto Rico Hotel & Casino in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

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WBO Latino featherweight titleholder Luis Lebrón (14-0-1, 7 KOs) beat Luis May (21-11-1, 8 KOs) by ten round unanimous decision with the three judges each scoring 100-90. Lebron dominated May all the way. Continue reading “Pitufo Diaz crushes Berna in 68 seconds”

Featherweight contender Christopher “Pitufo” Díaz (24-1, 16 KOs) won by KO at 1:08 of the first round after sending David Berna (17-6, 16 KOs) to the canvas with a hard…
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Bivol outpoints Pascal to retain WBA title

Photos: Darryl Cobb, Jr.

WBA light heavyweight champion Dmitry Bivol (15-0, 11 KOs) scored a twelve round unanimous decision over former champ Jean Pascal (33-6-1, 20 KOs) on Saturday night at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Atlantic City.
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Bivol methodically punished Pascal from the get-go. Pascal kept it interesting with his wild aggression, but Bivol cruised to a 117-111, 119-109, 119-109 win.

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Photos: Darryl Cobb, Jr. WBA light heavyweight champion Dmitry Bivol (15-0, 11 KOs) scored a twelve round unanimous decision over former champ Jean Pascal (33-6-1, 20 KOs) on Saturday night…
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Undercard Results from Atlantic City

2016 Olympian bronze super bantamweight Murodjon Ahkmadaliev (5-0, 4 KOs) scored a ninth round TKO over Issac Zarate (16-3-3, 2 KOs). Ahkmadaliev in control all the way.

Heavyweight Sergiy Kuzmin of Russia (14-0, 11 KOs) dropped LaRon Mitchell of San Francisco (16-2, 14 KOs) four times on the way to a sixth round TKO win. The “Russian Bear” retains his WBA Intercontinental title.

In his Atlantic City debut, welterweight Logan “Korican Kid” Yoon of Honolulu, Hawaii (14-0, 11 KOs) scored a fifth round TKO win over Hamzrah Sempewo of Mulago, Uganda (12-11, 6 KOs) to remain undefeated. Continue reading “Undercard Results from Atlantic City”

2016 Olympian bronze super bantamweight Murodjon Ahkmadaliev (5-0, 4 KOs) scored a ninth round TKO over Issac Zarate (16-3-3, 2 KOs). Ahkmadaliev in control all the way. Heavyweight Sergiy Kuzmin…
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WBA champ Lebedev defeats Wilson

In a non-title fight, current WBA cruiserweight champion in recess Denis Lebedev (32-2, 23 KOs) scored a workmanlike twelve round unanimous decision over previously unbeaten Oregonian Mike Wilson (19-1, 8 KOs) on Saturday at the elegant Casino de Monte Carlo in Monte Carlo, Monaco. The 39-year-old Lebedev looked to be on his way to stopping Wilson after a big round four, but Wilson hung tough and the fight went the full distance. Scores were 117-111, 119-109, 119-109.

In a non-title fight, current WBA cruiserweight champion in recess Denis Lebedev (32-2, 23 KOs) scored a workmanlike twelve round unanimous decision over previously unbeaten Oregonian Mike Wilson (19-1, 8…
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Yafai retains WBA superfly belt

WBA super flyweight champion Khalid Yafai (25-0, 15 KOs) was lucky to retain his title with a twelve round unanimous decision over Israel Gonzalez (23-3, 10 KOs) on Saturday at Casino de Monte Carlo, Monte Carlo, Monaco. It was a flat performance by Yafai. He struggled to get untracked against Gonzalez, who mostly outworked and outboxed him. Yafai upped the pressure late, but the wide scores of 117-111, 116-112, 116-112 seemed overly generous.

WBA super flyweight champion Khalid Yafai (25-0, 15 KOs) was lucky to retain his title with a twelve round unanimous decision over Israel Gonzalez (23-3, 10 KOs) on Saturday at…
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Undercard Results from Monte Carlo

Late sub heavyweight Michael Hunter (16-1, 11 KOs) scored an impressive ninth round KO over 6’8 Alexander Ustinov (34-3, 25 KOs). A dull fight erupted in round eight when Hunter dropped the lumbering Ustinov, who barely made it out of the round. The end came in round nine when Hunter floored Ustinov again. Time was 1:52.

Olympic gold medalist Daniyar Yeleussinov (5-0, 3 KOs) blew away Marcos Mojica (16-3-2, 12 KOs) in a welterweight clash. Yeleussinov dropped Mojica twice in round two and got the stoppage after another knockdown in round three.

Unbeaten light heavyweight Fanlong Meng (14-0, 9 KOs) won when Frank Buglioni (22-4-1, 16 KOs) suffered a cut over his right eye and the bout was stopped.

Late sub heavyweight Michael Hunter (16-1, 11 KOs) scored an impressive ninth round KO over 6’8 Alexander Ustinov (34-3, 25 KOs). A dull fight erupted in round eight when Hunter…
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Phuzi outclasses Abiodun

By Ron Jackson

South Africa’s Akani Phuzi was most impressive in scoring a unanimous 12 round points decision over Afinni Abiodun of Nigeria to retain his WBA Pan African cruiserweight title for the first time at the Sibaya Casino in Durban on Friday night. Phuzi (90,55kg) from the Alan Toweel stable was in control throughout as he outboxed and outclassed Afinni (87,50kg) from the opening round through to round twelve. All that the challenger had was courage and guts as he managed to survive through to the last bell. Phuzi improved his record to 7-0, 3 KOs, and Afinni’s reported record dropped to 6-1-1, 5 KOs. Continue reading “Phuzi outclasses Abiodun”

By Ron Jackson South Africa’s Akani Phuzi was most impressive in scoring a unanimous 12 round points decision over Afinni Abiodun of Nigeria to retain his WBA Pan African cruiserweight…
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Rayment outpoints Tupou

By Ray Wheatley – World of Boxing

Australian heavyweight Randall Rayment (9-4, 3 KOs) scored a decision victory over formerly world rated Bowie Tupou (26-6, 18 KOs) on Friday at the Entertainment Centre in Hurstville, Sydney, NSW, Australia. Rayment, 246 pounds, outworked Tupou, 295 pounds, in most of the rounds to be awarded a six round split decision. Continue reading “Rayment outpoints Tupou”

By Ray Wheatley – World of Boxing Australian heavyweight Randall Rayment (9-4, 3 KOs) scored a decision victory over formerly world rated Bowie Tupou (26-6, 18 KOs) on Friday at…
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Ex-champ Ganigan Lopez wins in Mexico City

Photos: Pablo Lozano Reyes

Former WBC world light flyweight champion Ganigan “La Maravilla” Lopez (35-8, 19 KOs) scored a hard fought ten round unanimous decision over former world title challenger and fellow Mexico City native Ricardo “Meserito” Rodriguez (16-7, 5 KOs) on Friday night at the Blackberry Auditorium in Mexico City.
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Lopez showed his greater experience to go out with his hand raised by scores of 97-73, 98-92, 98-92. Lopez claimed the WBC Latino flyweight title. Continue reading “Ex-champ Ganigan Lopez wins in Mexico City”

Photos: Pablo Lozano Reyes Former WBC world light flyweight champion Ganigan “La Maravilla” Lopez (35-8, 19 KOs) scored a hard fought ten round unanimous decision over former world title challenger…
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Afghanistan’s Kudura Kaneko blasts out Arikawa

By Joe Koizumi
Photos by Naoki Fukuda

We have never heard of any professional boxer from Afghanistan, the political situation of which is reportedly so unstable and turbulent that numerous refugees have moved to various countries all over the world.
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A refugee from Afghanistan, 20-year-old novice Kudura Kaneko (9-0, 6 KOs; whose real name is Kudura Tura), 146, stunned the sparse crowd at the Korakuen Hall, when he astoundingly disposed of former Japanese national welterweight champ Toshio Arikawa (15-6, 13 KOs), 147, with a devastating left hook at 1:44 of the third round in a scheduled eight on Thursday in Tokyo, Japan. Continue reading “Afghanistan’s Kudura Kaneko blasts out Arikawa”

By Joe Koizumi Photos by Naoki Fukuda We have never heard of any professional boxer from Afghanistan, the political situation of which is reportedly so unstable and turbulent that numerous…
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Karpency, Martz win in Windham, NH

Former WBC, WBO and IBO world light heavyweight title challenger Tommy Karpency (29-6, 18KOs) continued his winning streak by stopping durable veteran Marlon Hayes (23-21, 12KOs) on Wednesday night at the Castleton Banquet Center in Windham, New Hampshire. Weighing 181 pounds, Karpency used his superior handspeed and effective combinations to dominate his opponent from the opening bell.

Although Hayes had previously gone the 8 round distance with Adonis Stevenson and even 4 rounds with heavyweight Deontay Wilder, a straight left by Karpency at 18 seconds into the 3rd round dropped Hayes for the 10 count forcing referee Leo Gerstel to waive off the scheduled 8 rounder. Continue reading “Karpency, Martz win in Windham, NH”

Former WBC, WBO and IBO world light heavyweight title challenger Tommy Karpency (29-6, 18KOs) continued his winning streak by stopping durable veteran Marlon Hayes (23-21, 12KOs) on Wednesday night at…
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Traietti shuts out Lavin in rematch

New England cruiserweight champion Chris Traietti closed tonight’s Thanksgiving Day show, “Championship Boxing at the Armory”, in grand style, picking apart challenger Nick Lavin on the way to an impressive eight-round unanimous decision win in the main event. The “Championship Boxing at the Armory”, presented by Granite Chin Promotions (GCP), has become an annual tradition at the National Guard Armory in Dorchester, Massachusetts.

Fighting out of nearby Quincy, MA, the popular 33-year-old Traietti (27-4, 21 KOs), is an Irag War veteran and college graduate, who defeated the Lavin by way of an eight-round unanimous decision August 5, 2017 for the N.E. title. Continue reading “Traietti shuts out Lavin in rematch”

New England cruiserweight champion Chris Traietti closed tonight’s Thanksgiving Day show, “Championship Boxing at the Armory”, in grand style, picking apart challenger Nick Lavin on the way to an impressive…
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Marsella, Jr. improves to 11-0 in Rhode Island

By Jason Marchetti at ringside

In the main event of the evening, Anthony Marsella, Jr. (11-0, 5 KO’s) peppered Mexican Jorge Rodriguez (10-4, 10 KO’s) into submission after three short rounds. The card was promoted by Jimmy Burchfield’s CES Boxing at Twin River Casino in Lincoln, RI.

Marsella cut off the ring, established his jab, and landed his signature quick combinations on Rodriguez who claimed he tore his bicep during the bout. Rodriguez hung tough for a few rounds but was totally outclassed and overmatched by Marsella’s pedigree. Marsella earned the vacant local IBA Americas Junior Welterweight Championship with the victory. Continue reading “Marsella, Jr. improves to 11-0 in Rhode Island”

By Jason Marchetti at ringside In the main event of the evening, Anthony Marsella, Jr. (11-0, 5 KO’s) peppered Mexican Jorge Rodriguez (10-4, 10 KO’s) into submission after three short…
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Miyao wins WBA female interim 102lb belt

By Joe Koizumi
Photos by Naoki Fukuda

Ex-WBA female atomweight champ Ayaka Miyao (23-7-1, 6 KOs), 101.5, acquired the vacant WBA interim 102-pound belt when she badly dropped 49-year-old veteran campaigner Nao Ikeyama (18-5-3, 5 KOs), 100, in the opening session, utilized her faster footwork and hand speed, and pounded out a unanimous verdict (97-92 twice, 96-93) over ten speedy rounds on Tuesday in Tokyo, Japan.
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Having demolished Miyao twice within the distance in 2006 and 2016, Ikeyama, former WBO 102-pound champ having defended her belt six times prior to her forfeiture to Mika Iwakawa this July, was obviously a prefight favorite. Continue reading “Miyao wins WBA female interim 102lb belt”

By Joe Koizumi Photos by Naoki Fukuda Ex-WBA female atomweight champ Ayaka Miyao (23-7-1, 6 KOs), 101.5, acquired the vacant WBA interim 102-pound belt when she badly dropped 49-year-old veteran…
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Results from Boston

By Mark Vaz

In a co-promotion between Ken Casey’s Murphys Boxing and Danny Kelly Promotions, both Abraham Nova and Charles Foster carried the show, emerging victoriously in the main event and co-feature on the Murphys half of the 5 bout Sunday evening card at the Club Royale in Boston.

In the main event, Albany, NY’s Abraham Nova, 130, remained unbeaten at 12-0, 9 KOs with a hard fought decision over Silver Springs, MD’s Sulaiman Segawa, 128.4, 11-2, 4 KOs over 10 highly entertaining rounds. Continue reading “Results from Boston”

By Mark Vaz In a co-promotion between Ken Casey’s Murphys Boxing and Danny Kelly Promotions, both Abraham Nova and Charles Foster carried the show, emerging victoriously in the main event…
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Cabrera-Mioletti stops Scott in seven

By Ricardo Ibarra
Photos: Mike Blair/Boxingprospects.net

Putting on a thoroughly dominant performance, Jr. lightweight prospect Giovanni Cabrera-Mioletti (14-0, 5 KOs) claimed his fourteenth career win on Saturday night at the Emerald Queen Casino in Tacoma, Washington, stopping the previously undefeated Headley Scott (11-1, 10 KOs) in the seventh round.
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In the headline bout of Brian Halquist Productions’ 118th edition of the long-running ‘Battle at the Boat’ series, Cabrera-Mioletti bashed Scott for six rounds before unloading a final volley that went unanswered in the seventh, forcing the referee to step in and call it. Continue reading “Cabrera-Mioletti stops Scott in seven”

By Ricardo Ibarra Photos: Mike Blair/Boxingprospects.net Putting on a thoroughly dominant performance, Jr. lightweight prospect Giovanni Cabrera-Mioletti (14-0, 5 KOs) claimed his fourteenth career win on Saturday night at the…
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Big Baby destroys Dinu, Shields dominates

By Bill Green at ringside
Photos: Sumio Yamada

In a clash of unbeaten heavyweight contenders, 315lb Jarrell “Big Baby” Miller (23-0-1, 20 KOs) walked through Bogdan Dinu (18-1, 14 KOs) on Saturday night at the Kansas Star Arena in Mulvane, Kansas. Miller, with a 78lb advantage, stalked Dinu and finally dropped him in round four. Dinu beat the count, only to have Big Baby put him on the canvas for the count. Time was 2:45.
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WBA/IBF female middleweight champion Claressa “T-Rex” Shields (7-0, 2 KOs) defended her titles and added the vacant WBC belt to her collection with a one-sided ten round unanimous decision over Hannah Rankin (5-3, 1 KO). Shields was in command all the way. Scores were 100-90 across the board.
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2016 Olympian flyweight Nico Hernandez (6-0, 4 KOs) outpointed Josue Morales (8-8-3, 0 KOs) in an eight round chess match. Scores were 80-72, 80-72, 79-73.

Former world champion “Bam Bam” Brandon Rios (35-4-1, 26 KOs) scored a ninth round TKO over Ramon “Inocente” Alvarez (27-7-3, 16 KOs) in a junior middleweight clash. An entertaining bout was finally halted to protect Alvarez who was taking a lot of clean headshots. Time was :38.

Middleweights Gabriel Rosado (24-11-1, 14 KOs) and Luis Arias (18-1-1, 9 KOs) fought to a twelve round draw. Scores were 116-112 Rosado, 116-112 Arias, 114-114. Continue reading “Big Baby destroys Dinu, Shields dominates”

By Bill Green at ringside Photos: Sumio Yamada In a clash of unbeaten heavyweight contenders, 315lb Jarrell “Big Baby” Miller (23-0-1, 20 KOs) walked through Bogdan Dinu (18-1, 14 KOs)…
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Schwarz, Krasniqi victorious in Dessau

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WBO #3/IBF #10 heavyweight Tom Schwarz (23-0, 15 KOs) was victorious when the corner of Christian Lewandowski (12-3, 10 KOs) threw in the towel at 2:15 of round six on Saturday at the Anhalt Arena in Dessau, Germany, home of the famous “Bauhaus.” This was an unsuccessful “Revenge of the Brother” match as Schwarz previously defeated Lewandowski’s younger brother Dennis.
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European super middleweight titleholder Robin Krasniqi (49-5, 17 KOs) outpointed previously unbeaten late sub Ronny Landaeta (16-1, 10 KOs) over twelve rounds. Scores were 120-107, 116-111, 116-110.

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Photos: Team SES/P. Gercke WBO #3/IBF #10 heavyweight Tom Schwarz (23-0, 15 KOs) was victorious when the corner of Christian Lewandowski (12-3, 10 KOs) threw in the towel at 2:15…
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Hooker TKOs Saucedo, retains WBO 140lb title

Photos: Sumio Yamada

WBO junior welterweight world champion Maurice “Mighty Mo” Hooker (25-0-3, 17 KOs) retained his title with an impressive seventh round TKO over #1 contender and hometown favorite Alex “El Cholo” Saucedo (28-1, 18 KOs) on Friday night at the Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
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Saucedo thrilled the 4,102 local fans in attendance when he floored Hooker with a big right hand in round two. Hooker, however, regained his rhythm and the fight entered a familiar pattern. Saucedo marched forward and Hooker landed flush counter punches.

Eventually, Hooker took over, as cuts over Saucedo’s left eye opened up. Hooker was credited with a knockdown in the seventh when the ropes held up a reeling Saucedo. Hooker then pummeled Saucedo at will until the bout was stopped. Time was 1:36. Continue reading “Hooker TKOs Saucedo, retains WBO 140lb title”

Photos: Sumio Yamada WBO junior welterweight world champion Maurice “Mighty Mo” Hooker (25-0-3, 17 KOs) retained his title with an impressive seventh round TKO over #1 contender and hometown favorite…
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Lobo Torres halts Mamani

Unbeaten super lightweight Jean Carlos “Lobo” Torres (14-0, 10 KOs) scored a sixth round TKO over Franklin Mamani (23-5-1, 13 KOs) to claim the WBO Latino title on Friday night at the Rubén Zayas Montañez Coliseum in Trujillo Alto, Puerto Rico. Torres dominated all the way and battered Mamani in round five. Mamani didn’t come out for the sixth round.

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Unbeaten super lightweight Jean Carlos “Lobo” Torres (14-0, 10 KOs) scored a sixth round TKO over Franklin Mamani (23-5-1, 13 KOs) to claim the WBO Latino title on Friday night…
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WBA #2 Hisada defeats Toya, keeps Japanese 108lb belt

By Joe Koizumi

WBA#2/WBC#3/IBF#3/WBO#3 highly world-rated veteran Tetsuya Hisada (32-9-2, 19 KOs), 107.75, successfully made the fifth defense of his Japanese 108-pound belt as he dropped less experienced challenger Akihiro Toya (8-5, 1 KO), 107.75, with a vicious left hook midway in round five and pounded out a unanimous decision (97-92 twice, 98-92) over ten lopsided rounds on Friday in Osaka, Japan.

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Hisada, 34, scored twelve wins in a row since his last setback to Kenta Sugimoto by a split duke in March 2015. Toya, 23, kept moving around to avert the champ’s onslaught, which might be partly successful since he could survive the overmatched crack at the national belt. The jubilant champ Hisada said, “I’d like to have a shot at any of world belts next year.”

By Joe Koizumi WBA#2/WBC#3/IBF#3/WBO#3 highly world-rated veteran Tetsuya Hisada (32-9-2, 19 KOs), 107.75, successfully made the fifth defense of his Japanese 108-pound belt as he dropped less experienced challenger Akihiro…
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Ennis crushes Serrano in two

By John DiSanto at ringside

In the main event, Philadelphia welterweight prospect Jaron Ennis, 22-0, 20 KOs, overwhelmed Raymond Serrano, 24-6, 10 KOs, scoring three knockdowns in round two. Referee Gary Rosato stopped the fight the moment Serrano hit the deck for the third time. The time was 1:12 of the second round.

In an 8-round junior welterweight fight, Philly’s Samuel Teah, 15-2-1, 7 KOs, scored an upset points win over Kenneth Sims Jr. Teah landed effectively with numerous right hand power shots throughout the eight rounds, and controlled most of the action in the competitive bout. All three judges scored the fight for Teah, 79-73 and 77-75 twice.

In the first TV bout, Arnold Khegai of Odessa, Ukraine, 14-0-1, 9 KOs, beat Jorge Diaz of New Brunswick, 19-6-1, 10 KOs, by 8-round unanimous decision. Khegai scored one knockdown in round six, and went on to win by scores of 79-72 and 77-74 twice, in the junior featherweight bout.

By John DiSanto at ringside In the main event, Philadelphia welterweight prospect Jaron Ennis, 22-0, 20 KOs, overwhelmed Raymond Serrano, 24-6, 10 KOs, scoring three knockdowns in round two. Referee…
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Undercard Results from Oklahoma City

Photos: Sumio Yamada

Undefeated NABF welterweight champion Egidijus “The Mean Machine” Kavaliauskas (21-0, 17 KOs) scored a third round knockout over previously unbeaten Roberto Arriaza (17-1, 13 KOs). WBO #2, WBA #4, WBC #5, IBF #11 Kavaliauskas landed an overhand right that put Arriaza down for the count, clipping him again when he was down. Time was 3:00.

Former IBF super bantamweight champion Jonathan Guzman (23-1, 22 KOs) struggled to a ten round unanimous decision over Roberto Castaneda (23-11-1, 16 KOs). After nearly two years out of the ring, Guzman got the first decision win of his career. Guzman ran out of gas in the late rounds and was badly rocked in round eight, however he got a very generous 99-91 win on all three cards.

Super lightweight contender Cletus “The Hebrew Hammer” Seldin (22-1, 18 KOs) needed just 26 seconds to demolish Nelson Lara (17-11-4, 9 KOs). A body shot ended it. Continue reading “Undercard Results from Oklahoma City”

Photos: Sumio Yamada Undefeated NABF welterweight champion Egidijus “The Mean Machine” Kavaliauskas (21-0, 17 KOs) scored a third round knockout over previously unbeaten Roberto Arriaza (17-1, 13 KOs). WBO #2,…
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Kameda beats S Medina for WBC interim 122lb belt

By Joe Koizumi

Fast-jabbing Japanese, #2 Tomoki Kameda (36-2, 20 KOs), 121.75, acquired the vacant WBC interim 122-pound belt as he kept utilizing his trademark left hand all night, steadily piled up points, withstood his rival’s last surge and earned a unanimous decision (117-111 twice, 116-112) over slow-starting Spaniard, #1 Abigail Medina (19-4-2, 10 KOs), 121.5, over speedy twelve heats on Monday in Tokyo, Japan.

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By Joe Koizumi Fast-jabbing Japanese, #2 Tomoki Kameda (36-2, 20 KOs), 121.75, acquired the vacant WBC interim 122-pound belt as he kept utilizing his trademark left hand all night, steadily…
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Jackie Nava wins ninth world title

Photos: Zanfer Promotions

Legendary “Aztec Princess” Jackie Nava is a world champion again. Nava (35-4-2, 16 KOs) dominated from start to finish to dethrone WBA female bantamweight champion Carolina Alvarez (29-10-2, 9 KOs) via TKO at the end of the seventh round on Saturday night at the Auditorio Municipal Tijuana, BC, Mexico. Alvarez’ corner finally pulled the plug on the beating.
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“I was surprised by her stamina,” said Nava. “There were times when I hit her and I thought she was going to fall, but she always answered back.”

This will be Nava’s ninth world title reign. Continue reading “Jackie Nava wins ninth world title”

Photos: Zanfer Promotions Legendary “Aztec Princess” Jackie Nava is a world champion again. Nava (35-4-2, 16 KOs) dominated from start to finish to dethrone WBA female bantamweight champion Carolina Alvarez…
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