Boxing Result

Dawson TKOs Aparicio!

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing

World rated jr middleweight Daniel Dawson (34-1, 23 KOs) stopped Ariel Gerado Aparicio (26-9, 10 KOs) in round three at the Italian Club, Perth, Western Australia on Sunday. Dawson attacked his opponent from the opening bell scoring with effective head and body shots that had the South American visibly hurt. A power body shot dropped Aparicio in round two and shortly after a punch below the belt dropped him for a second time. Referee Brad Vocale gave the visitor time to recover and at the bell both boxers were connecting with hard head and body shots. Dawson dropped Aparicio again in round three from accurate combination to the head and the referee crowned the Australian at 37 seconds of the round. Dawson captured the IBF Pan Pacific jr middleweight title. He was also defending the PABA title.

Dawson’s only loss came via points decision to world IBO middleweight champion Daniel Geale in 2007. Aparicio has lost to former world IBF 140 pound champion Lovemore Ndou in a pevious trip to Australia in 2004.

In a supporting bout, light heavyweight Eddie de Mori (4-0, 3 KOs) scored a three round stoppage of Thailand’s Klathanong Sithkrupon (3-6, 1 KO). Time :60.

Classy Middleweight Robbie Bryant (7-0-1, 4 KOs) scored a four round knockout over Thailand’s Jakkirt Suwunnnalirt (12-11-1, 5 KOs).

Cruiserweight David Letizia (4-1) won a four round decision over hard punching Rob Powerdrill (1-1).

Hot jr middleweight prospect John Krishna (4-0) won a four round decision over Thailand’s Mike Wanprasert (14-18-2, 6 KOs).

Light heavyweight Andrew Green (2-0, 2 KOs) was impressive as he knocked out Dechapon Suwannalirt (2-15) in round one.

Jr middleweight Mike Oakes won a four round decision over Alan Pond (0-1).

Promoter Ron Par.

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