Darragh Foley: Relikh is made for me

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing

In the second installment of Johnny Lewis Fight Promotion Series, WBA #8 jr welterweight Darragh Foley (15-2, 8 KOs) scored a twelve round unanimous points decision over Canada’s WBA #10 Steven Wilcox (18-2-1, 5 KOs) on Saturday at the Star City Casino, Sydney, NSW, Australia. Foley, an Australia-based Irishman, prevailed by scores of 117-111, 118-110 and 116-112.

“I outboxed Wilcox,” said Foley. “They thought I was going to come out swinging but I showed I had boxing skills. I felt like I could have done another sixteen rounds against Wilcox. I was landing at will and he was visibly hurt three or four times. In round eight I wobbled Wilcox with a left hook. Continue reading “Darragh Foley: Relikh is made for me”

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing In the second installment of Johnny Lewis Fight Promotion Series, WBA #8 jr welterweight Darragh Foley (15-2, 8 KOs) scored a twelve round…
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Smith focused on Ali, eying other fights

Liam Smith has extra motivation to regain the world title against Sadam Ali with the knowledge a host of Americans are queueing up for unification clashes and domestic rivals Kell Brook and Amir Khan have joined the division. Smith (26-1-1, 14 KOs) takes on Ali (26-1, 14 KOs) in Verona, New York on May 12 in an attempt to recapture the WBO world jr middleweight crown he lost to Saul “Canelo” Alvarez in September 2016.

With the other belts at 154lbs held by Jarrett Hurd, Jermell Charlo and Erislandy Lara, “Beefy” Smith is adamant he’s the man to break the US monopoly and open up a host of options – including unifications and lucrative defenses. Continue reading “Smith focused on Ali, eying other fights”

Liam Smith has extra motivation to regain the world title against Sadam Ali with the knowledge a host of Americans are queueing up for unification clashes and domestic rivals Kell…
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Browne aims to win over Aussie fans

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing

Former WBA heavyweight champion Lucas “Big Daddy” Browne faces WBC #1 Dillian Whyte on Saturday at the 02 Arena in London. Fighting in Whyte’s adopted hometown may be just as well for Browne, whose popularity in his home country of Australia has been negatively affected by two failed drug tests.

“Jeff Horn, for example after he beat Manny Pacquiao, was given the key to his city and a parade,” Browne told Sky Sports. “I had four reporters wait for me at the airport, and that’s it. That was disappointing. It was because of who Horn fought – if I had fought Wladimir Klitschko, for example, it would have been different. Once the drugs thing came up, there were 10 people waiting to talk.” Continue reading “Browne aims to win over Aussie fans”

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing Former WBA heavyweight champion Lucas “Big Daddy” Browne faces WBC #1 Dillian Whyte on Saturday at the 02 Arena in London. Fighting in…
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Paro, Flanagan victorious

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing

Unbeaten southpaw Liam Paro (13-0, 9 KOs) captured the vacant Australian light-welterweight title when he stopped Melbourne based-English born Andrew Wallace (11-11-1, 7 KOs) at the conclusion of round three of a scheduled ten round bout at the Mansfield Tavern in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia on Saturday. Paro won rounds one, two and three and Wallace retired in the corner after suffering a cut eye. Paro is a chief sparring partner of WBO welterweight champion Jeff Horn

Former world cruiserweight challenger Mark “Bam Bam” Flanagan (24-5, 17 KOs) stopped Uruguay’s Mauricio Barragan (16-3, 9 KOs) in round six of a scheduled ten round bout. Barragan came to fight, but the hard head and body shots of the world class Queenslander had the visitor in trouble and on the canvas in round six. Referee Derek Milham crowned Flanagan at 2:23. Flanagan challenged for the WBA world title against Denis Lebedev in 2017 losing a twelve round decision. Continue reading “Paro, Flanagan victorious”

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing Unbeaten southpaw Liam Paro (13-0, 9 KOs) captured the vacant Australian light-welterweight title when he stopped Melbourne based-English born Andrew Wallace (11-11-1, 7…
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Don King backing Ekpo and Mensah

World Boxing Association (WBA) Mandatory challenger Isaac Ekpo (32-3, 25 KOs) from Abuja, Nigeria, and Rafael “Sweet Pea” Mensah (31-0, 23 KOs) from Accra Ghana both recently arrived to the U.S. with a new manager, new direction and first full training camps with trainer Stacy McKinley, to prepare for their upcoming world title fights.

Ekpo arrived in Germany Sunday for a world title rematch against WBA Super Middleweight Champion Tyron Zeuge. Their first bout, almost a year ago to the day on March 25, 2017, ended in controversial fashion and a loss for Ekpo.

Mensah has been in serious negotiations to challenge WBA Super Featherweight Champion Alberto Machado (19-0, 16 KOs). Continue reading “Don King backing Ekpo and Mensah”

World Boxing Association (WBA) Mandatory challenger Isaac Ekpo (32-3, 25 KOs) from Abuja, Nigeria, and Rafael “Sweet Pea” Mensah (31-0, 23 KOs) from Accra Ghana both recently arrived to the…
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WBA orders Relikh-Troyanovsky and Roman-Flores

The World Boxing Association (WBA) Championships Committee has ordered the start of negotiations for mandatory world title fights in the super lightweight and super bantamweight divisions. At super lightweight, current champion Kyril Relikh must face #3 rated Eduard Troyanovsky. At bantamweight, current super bantamweight champion Daniel Roman and interim champion Moises Flores must face each other, per the WBA’s title reduction policy. The respective camps were given a period of 30 days to reach an agreement, otherwise the fights will be called to a purse bid.

In other WBA news, President Gilberto Jesus Mendoza and WBA Directorate members, especially Director in Spain Pedro García, have voiced support for former WBA middleweight champion Javier Castillejo, who is in the running for a 2018 Princess of Asturias Award presented by the Spanish Boxing Association (AEBOX). The award honors those who have remarkable achievements.

The World Boxing Association (WBA) Championships Committee has ordered the start of negotiations for mandatory world title fights in the super lightweight and super bantamweight divisions. At super lightweight, current…
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Results from Nashville

Rising prospect Sena “African Assassin” Agbeko (21-1, 18 KOs) put another victory in the books following a thoroughly dominant six round unanimous decision victory over veteran Lawrence Blakey (5-9-2, 2 KOs) last Saturday at the Tennessee State Fairgrounds in Nashville. Backed by a large group of fans, Agbeko took his time in the early going against his larger but defensively-minded southpaw foe. After getting into a rhythm, the Nashville transplant took over with a solid jab and crisp straight rights. Agbeko maintained his pace through the final bell while Blakey offered very little offensively. Scores were 60-54 twice and 59-55. Continue reading “Results from Nashville”

Rising prospect Sena “African Assassin” Agbeko (21-1, 18 KOs) put another victory in the books following a thoroughly dominant six round unanimous decision victory over veteran Lawrence Blakey (5-9-2, 2…
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Argentinean Lomachenko victorious

This past Saturday, two-time Olympian Alberto “The Argentinean Lomachenko” Melian, fought for and won his first professional title in only his second professional fight. Fighting at the Club Social y Deportivo Comercio in his hometown of Villa Dolores, Cordoba, Argentina, Melian (2-0, 2 KOs) captured the Argentine super bantamweight championship with an eighth-round TKO over countryman Julian Aristule (32-9, 16 KOs). Melian was down for the first time in his young career in the first round, but came back to floor Aristule in the fifth, sixth and seventh rounds before his corner threw the towel at 0:15 of the eighth. Continue reading “Argentinean Lomachenko victorious”

This past Saturday, two-time Olympian Alberto “The Argentinean Lomachenko” Melian, fought for and won his first professional title in only his second professional fight. Fighting at the Club Social y…
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Heavyweight twinbill in Berlin announced

European heavyweight champion Agit Kabayel (17-0, 12 KOs) defends his title against Miljan Rovcanin (18-1, 12 KOs) on April 21 at the chic Estrel Hotel in Berlin, in largest hotel in Germany. Also on the card, WBO #5 heavyweight Tom Schwarz (20-0, 13 KOs) is defending his WBO Inter-Continental belt against KO artist Senad Gashi (16-0, 16 KOs). All four fighters were in attendance at the kick-off press conference.

Photo: Team SES / P. Gercke

Agit Kabayel: “Rovcanin is a rather unknown quantity, but I take every opponent seriously. No one in sports wants to be second best. I don’t and I will defend my European title and then you can wait for the big world title chance!”

Miljan Rovcanin: “My last opponent in Germany (Alexander Dimitrenko) also didn’t know about me, and then he met me. For me, I won that fight – as I did all my professional fights and all my amateur fights!”

Tom Schwarz: “When I hear these comments by Senad Gashi, it already starts to get my blood boiling. He can say what he wants, but I’ll use my skills and show him what it feels like to lose!”

Senad Gashi: “I could quickly end this fight, but I’m going to make Tom Schwarz bite the dust in the 12th round! I’m getting married next week and Tom will not spoil my honeymoon!”

European heavyweight champion Agit Kabayel (17-0, 12 KOs) defends his title against Miljan Rovcanin (18-1, 12 KOs) on April 21 at the chic Estrel Hotel in Berlin, in largest hotel…
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Dutchover still unbeaten

Unbeaten junior lightweight Michael Dutchover (8-0, 5 KOs) delivered an impressive performance in his main event debut Saturday night from the Doubletree Hotel in Orange, California. Dutchover, 20, thoroughly outboxed and outmaneuvered Ricardo Lopez (7-2-2, 6 KOs) to the tune of a one-sided unanimous decision win (scores: 59-55 all around). Continue reading “Dutchover still unbeaten”

Unbeaten junior lightweight Michael Dutchover (8-0, 5 KOs) delivered an impressive performance in his main event debut Saturday night from the Doubletree Hotel in Orange, California. Dutchover, 20, thoroughly outboxed…
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Full Report: Canizales-Konishi

By Joe Koizumi
Photos by Sumio Yamada

Unbeaten Venezuelan Carlos Canizales (20-0-1, 16 KOs), 106.75, acquired the vacant WBA light-flyweight belt as he dropped also previously undefeated Japanese Reiya Konishi (15-1, 5 KOs), 108, in round three, withstood Konishi’s furious retaliation and strong pressure but displayed a last surge to earn a close but unanimous decision over twelve hard-round rounds on Sunday in Kobe, Japan.

The official tallies were as follows: Stefano Caruozza (Italy) 114-113, Ferlin Marsh (New Zealand) 115-112, Stanley Christodoulou (South Africa) 116-111, all for the fast-circling footworker. Continue reading “Full Report: Canizales-Konishi”

By Joe Koizumi Photos by Sumio Yamada Unbeaten Venezuelan Carlos Canizales (20-0-1, 16 KOs), 106.75, acquired the vacant WBA light-flyweight belt as he dropped also previously undefeated Japanese Reiya Konishi…
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Ali-Smith clash is official

WBO junior middleweight world champion Sadam “World Kid” Ali (26-1, 14 KOs) will defend title against former world champion and #1 contender Liam “Beefy” Smith (26-1-1, 14 KOs) in a 12-round main event at Turning Stone Resort Casino in Verona, N.Y. The event will take place Saturday, May 12 and will be televised live on HBO.

Sadam Ali: “It felt great to accomplish my dream of becoming world champion. I’m excited to defend my title and to demonstrate that it is not up for grabs. Liam Smith is a great fighter and I’m sure he’ll be ready, but so will I.”

Liam Smith: “I’m confident going into this fight. I know I’m naturally the bigger man, and that will come into play, especially in the type of fight that I think it will be.”

WBO junior middleweight world champion Sadam “World Kid” Ali (26-1, 14 KOs) will defend title against former world champion and #1 contender Liam “Beefy” Smith (26-1-1, 14 KOs) in a…
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Briscoe Awards this Sunday

After ten years of celebrating the biggest and best achievements of the Philadelphia-area boxing scene, the Briscoe Awards will change the timing of their annual event, from October to March.

“For a few years now, I’ve considered moving the awards up to the first part of the year,” said John DiSanto, founder of the Briscoe Awards. “The original Fall time slot caused a lot of confusion, because by the time we gave out the awards, the fights were old news. Moving to March will allow us to give out the awards shortly after the fight year ends. I’m a little nervous about making a change, but in the long run, the move will only make the Briscoe Awards better.” Continue reading “Briscoe Awards this Sunday”

After ten years of celebrating the biggest and best achievements of the Philadelphia-area boxing scene, the Briscoe Awards will change the timing of their annual event, from October to March.…
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Arthur Abraham: I am not ready to retire!

Former two-time world champion Arthur Abraham (46-6, 30 KOs) will meet Denmark’s Patrick Nielsen (29-2, 14 KOs) in a make or break super middleweight showdown on April 28 at the Baden Arena in Offenburg, Germany. “After my last fight, I spoke to my coach Ulli Wegner and he helped me reach a decision,” said ‘King Arthur.’ “I am not ready to retire! There is still more I want to achieve in boxing, and most of all I want to become world champion again.”

Abraham returns to the ring having dropped a points decision to Chris Eubank Jr. in an IBO world title contest on July 15 at The SSE Arena, Wembley, while Nielsen is back in action after a knockout loss to John Ryder at the same London venue on October 14. Continue reading “Arthur Abraham: I am not ready to retire!”

Former two-time world champion Arthur Abraham (46-6, 30 KOs) will meet Denmark’s Patrick Nielsen (29-2, 14 KOs) in a make or break super middleweight showdown on April 28 at the…
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Potapov Returns with TKO over Saltykov

Former NABO Champion and #2-rated WBO bantamweight contender Nikolai Potapov (18-1-1, 9 KOs) returned to action last Saturday night with a TKO3 over his Russian countryman Alexander Saltykov (11-46-3, 6 KOs). Fighting at the Floyd Mayweather Boxing Academy in Zhukovka, Russia, Potapov looked sharp while forcing Saltykov to stay on his stool after two rounds of pounding.

The 28-year-old Potapov holds a victory over former world title challenger Antonio Nieves and fought to a draw with Stephen Young, who is fighting for WBA interim title this weekend. Continue reading “Potapov Returns with TKO over Saltykov”

Former NABO Champion and #2-rated WBO bantamweight contender Nikolai Potapov (18-1-1, 9 KOs) returned to action last Saturday night with a TKO3 over his Russian countryman Alexander Saltykov (11-46-3, 6…
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O’Connor, Doheny win in Boston

Photos: Emily Harney

WBC Silver Intercontinental titleholder Danny “Bhoy” O’Connor (30-3, 11 KOs) recovered from a seventh round knockdown to win a ten round unanimous decision over Steve Claggett (26-5-1, 17 KOs) on Saturday night at the House of Blues in Boston, Massachusetts.

O’Connor managed to shake off the knockdown, got his legs under him, and finished the final two rounds strong, earning a unanimous decision victory, and successfully defending his WBC belt. Scores were 97-92, 97-92, 96-93.

In another notable bout, undefeated IBF #1 mandatory junior featherweight contender T.J. “The Power” Doheny (19-0, 14 KOs) scored a second round TKO over former fringe contender “Machine-Gun” Mike Oliver (26-8-1, 8 KOs), who returned for his first fight since 2015.

The card was promoted by Murphy’s Boxing and Joe DeGuardia’s Star Boxing.

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Photos: Emily Harney WBC Silver Intercontinental titleholder Danny “Bhoy” O’Connor (30-3, 11 KOs) recovered from a seventh round knockdown to win a ten round unanimous decision over Steve Claggett (26-5-1,…
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Valera is the new WBA Fedelatin champ

By Robert Coster

Shuan Boxing Promotion, the most dynamic boxing promoter in the Dominican Republic, presented its first big show of the year in Santo Domingo on Saturday night. Popular former WBA interim world light heavyweight champion Felix “Mangu” Valera faced Colombian puncher Beibis Berrocal for the vacant WBA Fedelatin belt in the main event.

Photo: Shaun Boxing

Valera (16-2, 14 KOs) neutralized Berrocal (17-5, 16 KOs) who came out swinging and handed the visitor a systematic beating, round after round. The brave Colombian did not go down but absorbed merciless punishment. Valera was in a different league and demonstrated his counter-punching skills. The referee finally put an end to the one-sided contest in the 8th round declaring Valera winner by TKO. Continue reading “Valera is the new WBA Fedelatin champ”

By Robert Coster Shuan Boxing Promotion, the most dynamic boxing promoter in the Dominican Republic, presented its first big show of the year in Santo Domingo on Saturday night. Popular…
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Boxing Buzz

Going into the tenth and last round Saturday night in New York City, two judges had Felix Verdejo ahead by scores of 86-85 and 87-84. The other judge saw Antonio Lozada in front 86-85. So if Verdejo had survived the final 23 seconds, a 10-8 round for Lozada would have ended in a split decision going Lozada’s way 95-94, 96-93 for Lozada, 95-94 for Verdejo.

Congratulations to popular ring announcer Marc Lichtenfeld, whose new book: You Don’t Have to Drive an Uber in Retirement: How to Maintain Your Lifestyle without Getting a Job or Cutting Corners is an Amazon #1 Best Seller. This is his second book. The first one, Get Rich with Dividends is in its second edition, is published in several languages and won the 2016 Book of the Year award from the Institute for Financial Literacy. As far as we know, Marc the only published financial analyst who has ring announced world championship boxing matches on HBO, Showtime and ESPN.

Going into the tenth and last round Saturday night in New York City, two judges had Felix Verdejo ahead by scores of 86-85 and 87-84. The other judge saw Antonio…
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R.I.P. David Whittom, Jorgen Hansen

By Robert Coster

Sad to report that Canadian cruiserweight David Whittom has passed away at the age of 39. Ten months ago, Whittom was stopped in the tenth round of a bout for the Canadian domestic title in Fredericton, New Brunswick. After that fight, he underwent brain surgery and was placed in an artificial coma. He never regained consciousness.

Three-time European jr welterweight champion and title contender Jorgen Hansen passed away in Denmark at age 74. Hansen lost a bid for the WBC jr welterweight title in 1973 against Bruno Arcari. In the last 5 years of his career, Hansen won 23 bouts against only one loss (vs Pipino Cuevas). The Danish contender retired in 1982 with a victory over former world champion Perico Fernandez. Jorgen Hansen’s final tally was 78-14, 35 KOs.

By Robert Coster Sad to report that Canadian cruiserweight David Whittom has passed away at the age of 39. Ten months ago, Whittom was stopped in the tenth round of…
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Yamanaka stops Calleros to keep WBO 105lb belt

By Joe Koizumi
Photos: Sumio Yamada

WBO 105-pound champ Ryuya Yamanaka (16-2, 5 KOs), 105, impressively kept his belt in his initial defense as he was awarded a TKO victory after the eighth round when Mexican Moises Calleros (28-8-1, 16 KOs), 105, quit on the stool because of his absorption of punishment in the eighth on Sunday in Kobe, Japan.

Yamanaka utilized his faster left hand to be leading on points: Gerard White (US), Jose Roberto Torres (Puerto Rico) both 80-72, and Salven Lagumbay (Philippines) 78-74, all for Yamanaka. The ref was Jose Rivera (Puerto Rico). Calleros showed his retaliation with body shots to the fleet-footed champ in the third and fourth, but Yamanaka took the pace and accelerated his attack to hurt the game Mexican with a flurry of punches in the fatal session.

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By Joe Koizumi Photos: Sumio Yamada WBO 105-pound champ Ryuya Yamanaka (16-2, 5 KOs), 105, impressively kept his belt in his initial defense as he was awarded a TKO victory…
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Canizales beats Konishi to win WBA 108lb belt

By Joe Koizumi
Photos: Sumio Yamada

Unbeaten Venezuelan Carlos Canizales (20-0-1, 16 KOs), 106.75, acquired the vacant WBA light-flyweight belt when he dropped also undefeated Japanese Reiya Konishi (15-1, 5 KOs), 108, in round three, withstood Konishi’s furious retaliation and strong pressure, and displayed a last surge to earn a close but unanimous decision over twelve hard-round rounds on Sunday in Kobe, Japan.

The official tallies were as follows: Stefano Caruozza (Italy) 114-113, Ferlin Marsh (New Zealand) 115-112, Stanley Christodoulou (South Africa) 116-111, all for the fast-circling footworker. The referee was Pinito Prayadsab (Thailand).

Konishi maintained the pressure and seemingly weakened Canizales with persistent body bombardments. The audience thought Konish overcame his early deficits on points and seized a slght come-from-behind victory, but the judges might have evaluated the Venezuelan’s desperate attack down the stretch.

(More to come)

Continue reading “Canizales beats Konishi to win WBA 108lb belt”

By Joe Koizumi Photos: Sumio Yamada Unbeaten Venezuelan Carlos Canizales (20-0-1, 16 KOs), 106.75, acquired the vacant WBA light-flyweight belt when he dropped also undefeated Japanese Reiya Konishi (15-1, 5…
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Mijares stops Saucedo on farewell tour

By Gabriel F. Cordero

Former WBC, WBA and IBF world champion Cristian Mijares (59-8-2, 27 KOs) won by technical knockout 2:20 of the eighth round over Argentinean Fernando Saucedo (61-8-3, 10 KOs) in his farewell fight for his fans at the Oasis Arena in Cancun, Quintana Roo, Mexico.

It was a good fight between two accomplished boxers. In the fourth round, an unfortunate head butt produced a cut in Saucedo’s left eyebrow. The bout ended in round eight when Mijares rocked Saucedo badly, then attacked him with a non-stop barrage of continuous blows that made referee Florentino López stop the fight. The 36-year-old Mijares plans to hang up his gloves later this year. Continue reading “Mijares stops Saucedo on farewell tour”

By Gabriel F. Cordero Former WBC, WBA and IBF world champion Cristian Mijares (59-8-2, 27 KOs) won by technical knockout 2:20 of the eighth round over Argentinean Fernando Saucedo (61-8-3,…
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Foley beats Wilcox in 140lb showdown

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing

In an important clash between world rated jr welterweights, WBA #8 Darragh Foley (15-2, 8 KOs) scored a twelve round unanimous points decision over Canada’s WBA #10 Steven Wilcox (18-2-1, 5 KOs) on Saturday at the Star City Casino, Sydney, NSW, Australia. Foley, an Australia-based Irishman, prevailed by scores of 117-111, 118-110 and 116-112.

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing In an important clash between world rated jr welterweights, WBA #8 Darragh Foley (15-2, 8 KOs) scored a twelve round unanimous points decision…
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Soliman held to a draw by Capper

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing

Former IBF middleweight champion Sam Soliman (45-14-1, 19 KOs) was held to a twelve round majority draw on Saturday against fellow Australian Wes Capper (19-2-1, 12 KOs) at the Melbourne Pavillion, Flemington, Victoria, Australia with the IBF International title up for grabs over twelve rounds. The 44-year-old Soliman missed with a punch in round two and his glove touched the canvas so referee Malcolm Bulner gave the compulsory eight count to the former world champion. At the conclusion, two judges scored the fight a draw 114-114, 114-114 and third judge scored 114-113 for Soliman.

WBC #13, WBA #15 super middleweight Jayde Mitchell (16-1, 9 KOs) scored a three round knockout over Ariel Alejandro Zampedri (9-3, 7 KOs) of Argentina in a scheduled eight round bout in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia Saturday. Mitchell dominated Zampedri in rounds one and two with referee Allan McColl calling off the contest at 2:59 of round three. Mitchell weighed in at cruiserweight poundage of 176 pounds. Continue reading “Soliman held to a draw by Capper”

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing Former IBF middleweight champion Sam Soliman (45-14-1, 19 KOs) was held to a twelve round majority draw on Saturday against fellow Australian Wes…
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Munguia mangles Navarrete

Unbeaten WBC #8 rated super welterweight Jaime “Destructor” Munguia (28-0, 24 KOs) continued his reign of terror in the 154lb division with a third round KO of Johnny “Vaquero” Navarrete (33-10, 15 KOs) on Saturday night at the Jose Sulaiman Arena in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. Munguia dropped Navarrete in round two and after more punishment in round three, the referee spared Navarrete from further abuse. Time was 2:08. This bout was a rematch, Eleven months ago, Munguia and Navarrete went the distance with Munguia winning by decision.

Photo: Zanfer

Unbeaten WBC #8 rated super welterweight Jaime “Destructor” Munguia (28-0, 24 KOs) continued his reign of terror in the 154lb division with a third round KO of Johnny “Vaquero” Navarrete…
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