Glanton crushes Markic in two

Cruiserweight contender “Bulletproof” Brandon Glanton (19-2, 16 KOs) scored a second round TKO against Emil Markic (35-5, 27 KOs) to claim the vacant WBO International title on Sunday night at the luxurious Casino de Deauville in Deauville, Normandy, France. Markic was cut by a second round head clash. After that Glanton upped the pressure and punished Markic, dropping him at the end of the round. At that point, Markic’s corner pulled their fighter out.

Middleweight Milan “White Warrior” Prat (22-1, 17 KOs) brutally knocked out previously unbeaten Suleiman Jafaru (15-1, 12 KOs) in the second round. Prat dropped Jafaru in the first round, floored him again in the second and then finally laid him out face down to end it near the end of round two.

2016 Olympian Hassan Amzile (6-2-1, 1 KO) seemingly outworked Mohamed Suleiman Kartoum (11-1-1, 0 KOs) over ten rounds in a bout for the French domestic super lightweight title. Two judges, however, scored it 95-95, 95-95, with the third judge had it 97-93 Amzile. The title remains vacant.

Super middleweight “Marvelous” Gustave Tamba (20-1, 14 KOs) needed just 40 seconds to demolish 40-yeqr-old John “Watto” Watson (14-5, 6 KOs), who was coming back after a 12-year layoff. A Tamba left hand clipped Watson and he simply short-circuited.

Unbeaten cruiserweight Alexandre Coustre (9-0, 5 KOs) took an eight round split decision over Michal Plesnik (9-7, 7 KOs). Scores were 79-73, 77-75 for Coustre, 78-74 for Plesnik.

Female super flyweight Mailys Gangloff (9-4, 2 KOs) outpointed Gemma Ruegg (7-10-1, 1 KO) over eight rounds.Scores were 79-73, 78-74, 80-72.

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    • I know right? Seeing the world through boxing! I like Glanton, he seems like a throwback tough guy. I don’t know why, but I thought he would be a good matchup for Jake Paul. His career has been the polar opposite; quietly going about his business with no fanfare or publicity, and much smaller paychecks. He too was a late starter in the sport having got into boxing after playing college football. Right now he’s 5-10″ a mean 200lb, rock solid muscle, but in his football days, he was a rolly polly 300lb Offensive lineman.

      • I think a Glanton-Paul matchup would be great for Glanton, but not so much for Paul. I don’t see Paul having anything to do with that unless Glanton picks up one of the major belts. No idea if it’s real or not, but Paul vs. Rocky Fielding was mentioned as a possibility on another site.

        I like Glanton as well. One of the few fighters whose career I still pay pretty close attention to. Hard worker, and one of the better football players turned boxers I’ve seen.

        • I had no idea Paul was even looking for an opponent, but yesterday he chose a guy I actually know personally. Ryan Bourland. Very hardworking, tough guy, tough fighter. He’s more experienced than Paul and came up in boxing the hardware. You would think he should be able to beat Paul, but somehow I doubt it.

      • Get to see France and roll over some guy. Sounds like not too bad of a day at the office to me, Kris.

        I agree with USF and Packy. I don’t think Glanton is in Paul’s plans anytime soon and that’s a good idea for Paul. Glanton isn’t a great fighter, but he’s probably top…. 20ish cruiserweight and he brings it. He’s done very well for himself, especially considering his background and he made a fan out of me a few years ago when he won one of the best cruiser fights I’ve ever seen.

      • Jake Paul would NEVER fight Bulletproof. Way too risky. Shoot I’d lay big money on Glanton that’s for sure by savage KO

  • glanton and rozicki need to cross paths. there was a war of words between them a couple years ago. would love to see thisdown the road.

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