Boxing Result

Big boxing weekend in Australia!

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing

Australian cruiserweight champion Daniel Ammann (15-2-1) outpointed formerly world rated Mohamed Azzaoui (23-5-2) of New Zealand over six rounds at the Cardiff Workers club, Newcastle, NSW, Australia on Saturday. Ammann had lost the OPBF cruiserweight title to Dominic Vea in 2008 but is ready for international recognition in 2009. Azzaoui lost a WBO cruiserweight challenge in four rounds in 2007 against Welshman Enzo Maccarinelli. Promoter Peter Hallett
World rated light heavyweight Tim Bell ( 16-5-1) defended the PABA 175 pound title successfully when he scored a nine round stoppage win over Kane McKay (8-6-2) at the Sunshine Roller Skating Center, Melbourne, Victoria on Friday. WBA#15 Bell has called out to meet former WBA world light heavyweight champion Danny Green who recently made a comeback. In the main supporting bout, Will Tomlinson (7-0-1) captured the vacant Australian jr lightweight title with a five round technical knockout over Matt Powell (11-7-2). Jr featherweight Mark Quon (5-2) outscored Filipino Flash Villacura (22-20-1) over six rounds. Promoter David Deckie
Australian based Nigerian jr middleweight King Davidson (8-0,5KO’s) scored the best win of his career when he clearly outpointed former Australian champion Josh Clenshaw (26-16,13KO’s) over ten rounds at the Blacktown RSL, Sydney, NSW, Australia on Saturday.. Scores 98-93, 99-93, 97-93.

The 24-year-old Davidson, a former Nigerian amateur champion, controlled most of the rounds as he consistently connected with accurate combinations on his experienced opponent. Davidson is trained by Australian Hall of Famer Johnny Lewis, who also trained world champions Kostya Tszyu, Jeff Fenech, Jeff Harding and Gairy St Clair. He is managed by former Australian flyweight champion Peter Mitrevski.

Clenshaw held the Australian middleweight title in 2000 and also the Australian jr middleweight title in 2002.

Lightweight Jason Crowe (6-2-1) captured the vacant Australian 135 pound title when he defeated Sedat Tasci (4-1-2) by technical decision in five rounds. Tasci is a former Turkey amateur champion who has been based in Australia for twelve months.

Heavyweight Solomon Haumono (16-0,14KO’s) was awarded a disqualification win over Roy Sio (0-1) in round one.

Filipino lightweight Rey Anton Olarte (7-9-2) won a split four round decision over Anthony Brownlie (1-2).

Cruiserweight Ben Wrotnak won a four round split decision over Jody Gali.

Lightweight Ninos (3-1) won four round decision over Percy Samson (0-6).

Promoter Fidel Tukel

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