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By Gabriel F. Cordero
Photos: Pepe Rodriguez
Undefeated WBC #1 rated super bantamweight Rey Vargas (28-0, 22 KOs) scored a fifth round KO over former world champion Alexander “Explosivo” Munoz (38-7, 30 KOs) to retain his WBC International silver title on Saturday night at the Deportivo Zaragoza in Zaragoza, Mexico. The much taller Vargas smashed the 37-year-old Munoz to the canvas twice in round two. Vargas floored Munoz again in round four, but there was still no quit in the old champ. Vargas finally got the win when he knocked down Munoz for the fourth time in round five. Time was 2:22.
In the co-feature, two-time former super flyweight world title challenger Felipe Orucuta (31-4, 25 KOs) stopped Yader Cardoza (20-8-1, 6 KOs) in round four. A furious barrage of punches sent Cardoza to the deck and the bout was stopped.
Former female bantamweight world champion Irma Garcia (15-1-1, 2 KOs) outpointed Ana Maria Lozano (12-5-1, 9 KOs) over eight.
Photos: Premier Boxing Champions
Unbeaten super lightweight Darwin Price (11-0, 6 KOs) scored a seventh round TKO over Javontae Starks (13-2, 7 KOs) on Saturday night at the Cowboys Dancehall in San Antonio, Texas. Price dropped Starks in round three with a hard right hand. The bout ended in round six when Price rained down a barrage of punches on Starks prompting a stoppage by referee Mark Calo-Oy at the 1:52 mark.
In a clash of undefeated super lightweights, Kent Cruz (11-0, 6 KOs) scored an eight round unanimous decision over Rickey Edwards (11-1, 3 KOs). Cruz dropped Edwards in round two, but a reeling Edwards survived the round. Cruz continued to rock Edwards as the bout progressed. Scores were 77-74, 77-73, 77-73.
2012 Olympian super welterweight Junior Castillo (11-1, 9 KOs) had all he could handle against journeyman Josue Ovando (12-11-1, 10 KOs). Scores were 60-54, 58-56, 58-56. 60-54 was a bad score. (more…)
By Jeff Pamungkas
The former long time WBA featherweight king Chris John has embarked on a new career as a promoter since August this year. However, his first international promotion took place on Saturday featuring current WBA #10 jr flyweight Tibo Monabesa (14-0-1, 7 KOs), mentioned as one of the top Indonesian prospects, who won by technical knockout over the Philippines’ Joel Taduran (7-5-1, 1 KO) at Balai Sarbini Hall, Jakarta, Indonesia. Monabesa landed a sharp hook to Taduran’s temple to cause a severe cut, prompting the doctors to halt the scheduled ten-rounder in round six.
“I hope we can bring sponsors to feature an international title for Monabesa at the WBA,” said Armin Tan, Monabesa’s trainer and manager. (more…)
Promoter Frank Warren says he expects an announcement shortly to confirm everything is going ahead as planned regarding the rematch between WBA/WBO heavyweight champion Tyson Fury and former champ Wladimir Klitschko slated for October 29 in Manchester, England.
Warren also stated that Fury’s cousin, WBO #5 heavyweight Huey Fury will take on WBO #3 Andy Ruiz in a WBO final eliminator on the same card. “If both of the Fury family win on the night it could leave us with an awkward situation, but we will come to that if it happens,” Warren wrote in his weekly Daily Star column.
Top Rank confirmed to Fightnews.com® that Ruiz will be going ahead with a scheduled fight on UniMas September 10.
Filipino challenger Jerwin Ancajas (25-1-1, 16 KOs) scored a twelve round unanimous decision over previously unbeaten IBF jr bantamweight champion McJoe Arroyo (17-1, 8 KOs) of Puerto Rico on Saturday night at the Jurado Hall of the Philippine Marine Corps in Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City, Philippines. Ancajas, who was rated #3 in the most recent IBF rankings, aggressively took the fight to Arroyo. He staggered Arroyo in round six and knocked him down in round eight. Scores were 118-109, 115-112, 117-110. The new champion reportedly earned $3750 for this fight. He should make considerably more in his next one.
By Karl Freitag
WBA/WBO heavyweight champion Tyson Fury, Team Fury and BoxNation will hold a press conference on Monday to discuss Fury’s future plans. Fury is contractually obligated to give ex-champ Wladimir Klitschko a rematch, but that fight has had two dates postponed already.
Wlad has been lecturing at University of St. Gallen in Switzerland. In February, Klitschko Management Group (KMG) and Klitschko initiated a management study program called “CAS Change & Innovation Management” which has been declared a complete success and will continue.
No signs that the much ballyhooed David Haye vs. Shannon Briggs heavyweight showdown is coming together anytime soon. Briggs fought on Hayes’ undercard in May, supposedly with the understanding that they would meet in September.
WBA interim heavyweight champion Luis Ortiz could face Alexander Ustinov on the November 19 Kovalev-Ward undercard.
A date is set for IBF/WBO #1 heavyweight Joseph Parker’s next fight against 6’7” Alexander Dimitrenko. The bout will take place October 1 in Auckland, New Zealand.
Unbeaten heavyweight Andy Ruiz faces Franklin Lawrence next Saturday at Tachi Palace Hotel & Casino in Lemoore, California. The 40-year-old Lawrence is the youngest opponent Ruiz has faced so far this year. Previously “The Destroyer” stopped 45-year-old Ray Austin in May and 42-year-old Josh Gormley in July.
WBC #1 heavyweight Alexander Povetkin has already started his preparation for the fight vs. WBC #2 Bermane Stiverne. Nothing set as far as a date or venue for the clash which is for the interim WBC heavyweight title.
Former WBA cruiserweight champion Robert “The Preacherman” Daniels (49-10-1, 41 KOs) returns to the ring back at cruiserweight on September 17th at Six Bends Harley Davidson in Fort Myers, Florida.
At the age of 48 years old, Daniels is looking to obtain his 50th victory. He says he’s no longer “The Preacherman,” but “The KO Master” for this bout against Carlos Reyes (7-9-1, 5 KOs). The event will be a tribute to Hall of Fame Legend and former world champion Hector “Macho” Camacho, with Camacho’s son Christian “MC” Camacho fighting in a special feature bout. The Hard As Stone Promotions presentation is being put together by matchmaker Ron Rose.
It will be the first bout in four years for Daniels, with a gap of five years to the bout before that. He became world champion in 1989 by defeating Dwight Muhammad Qawi in France for the vacant WBA cruiserweight title, holding it until his third defense, a controversial split decision loss to Bobby Czyz in Atlantic City.
Photos: Sumio Yamada
WBO super flyweight world champion Naoya Inoue (10-0, 8 KOs) and #1 challenger Karoon Jarupianlerd, a.k.a. Petchbarngborn Kokietgym (38-7-1, 18 KOs) both weighed in at 115 pounds for their world title fight on Sunday at Sky Arena in Zama, Kanagawa, Japan.
Also seeing action is Inoue’s brother Takuma Inoue (7-0, 2 KOs) against Froilan Saludar (23-1-1, 14 KOs) in a super flyweight matchup and the debut of London Olympic bronze medalist Satoshi Shimizu against In Kyoo Lee in a super featherweight tussle.
Naoya Inoue 115 vs. Petchbarngborn Kokietgym 115
(WBO super flyweight title)
Takuma Inoue 116.6 vs. Froilan Saludar 115.3
Satoshi Shimizu 127.8 vs. In Kyoo Lee 127.4
By Kurt Wolfheimer at the scale
Prenice Brewer 147 vs. Justin Johnson 148
Roy Barringer 162 vs. Hakeem Atkinson 163
Dayjuan Roseberry 144.5 vs. Terrell Houston 145
Bradley Hamil 243 vs. Idris Wasi 205
Isaiah Steen 165 vs. Marjan Flowers 160
Fred Wilson Jr. 155 vs. Bobby Watson 151
Robert James Thomas 195 vs. Antwaun Taylor 194
Promoter: Bizzarro Promotions
Venue: Presque Isle Downs & Casino
By Miguel Maravilla at ringside
Photos: Golden Boy Promotions
It was Mexico vs. Puerto Rico Friday night in the LA Fight Club main event as middleweight Antonio “La Joya” Gutierrez (21-2-1, 9 KOs) of Tijuana won a ten round unanimous decision over Puerto Rico’s Jorge “Destroyer” Melendez (28-7-1, 26 KOs) at the Belasco Theater in Los Angeles. Melendez sent Gutierrez to the canvas in round two with a right hand. Despite being down early in the fight Gutierrez got off the canvas and pressured Melendez for the second half of the fight. The two continued to stand and trade late in the fight as Melendez suffered a cut on his left cheek. In the tenth and final round Melendez and Gutierrez continued to trade as the fight was close with both finishing strong going toe to toe. In the end the judges scored the bout 97-92, 97-92, and 96-93 for Gutierrez.
Undefeated Buena Park lightweight Christian “Chimpa” Gonzalez (15-0, 13 KOs) scored a second round knockout over Jonathan Corrales (8-4-2, 3 KOs) of Mexico in the scheduled eight round co-main event. A double left hook by Gonzalez dropped Corrales in the opening round. A right/left combo by Chimpa dropped Corrales for good as the referee waved it off at 1:57 of the second round. (more…)
WBC Flyweight World Champion Roman “Chocolatito” Gonzalez, (45-0-0, 38KO’s) and undefeated WBC Super Flyweight World Champion Carlos “Principe” Cuadras (35-0-1, 27KO’s) both weighed in within the World Boxing Council (WBC) required 7-day limits ahead of their battle on September 10 at the Fabulous Forum and telecast live on HBO.
From his training camp in Big Bear Lake, California, “Chocolatito” tipped the scale at 117.9 while Cuadras reported 120.2 from his base in Los Angeles. For super flyweight world title fights, the WBC mandates that fighters must be no more than 120.75lbs. seven days prior to the fight.
Darwin Price 141 vs. Javontae Starks 141.6
Rickey Edwards 139 vs. Kent Cruz 137.5
David Perez 120 vs. Gustavo Molina 121.5
Junior Castillo 162 vs. Josue Obando 161.5
Justin Pauldo 134 vs. Eric Anton 129.8
Brandon Soto 126.5 vs. Tanner Dodd 127.8
Xavier Wilson 133.8 vs. Frank Brown 134
Venue: Cowboys Dance Hall, San Antonio, Texas
Promoter: Leija & Battah Promotions
Hall of Fame Boxing Referee Richard Steele has signed Jason Beauchamp, the 2015 Golden Gloves Regional Heavyweight Champion and former UNLV Football Defensive MVP. Steele will manage and train Beauchamp who he believes has the potential to be a future World Champion.
“I am excited to introduce Jason to the world of boxing and happy I can bring such a humble and selfless boxer to the fans. He’s a good kid who values education and has a strong sense of hard work and integrity—he graduated from UNLV in three years. That’s dedication,” said Steele. (more…)
IBF world super flyweight champion McJoe Arroyo and challenger Jerwin Ancajas pose at the official weigh-in on Friday in Taguig City, Philippines.
Champion Arroyo from Puerto Rico came in at 114 and challenger Ancajas from The Philippines, a pound heavier at 115. Promoter Joven Jimenez expects a barn burner. “Both these guys are 100% ready to put it all on the line.” Ancajas is from the same province as Philippine President Rodrigo Duarte, Davao City, and is dedicating this fight to the new president and Manny Pacquiao, his promoter.
By Gabriel F. Cordero
Photos: Pepe Rodríguez
Rey Vargas 121.75 vs Alexander Muñoz 121.75
WBC International super bantamweight title
Irma García 119 vs Ana Lozano
Venue: Gimnasio Deportivo de Zaragoza
Promoter: Promociones del Pueblo
Photos: Zanfer Promotions
Carlos “Chuko” Diaz 134 vs. Samuel González 135 Lbs
Miguel Beltrán 134 vs. Francisco G. Piña 132 Lbs
Dennis Contreras 125 vs. Alejandro Palmera 125 Lbs
Rafael Sánchez 120 vs. Francisco Pérez 122.5 Lbs
Naroyuki Koasicha 122 vs. Miriam Rosales 122 Lbs
Venue: Gimnasio Morelos, Cuajimalpa, Mexico City
Promoter: Zanfer Promotions
TV: TV Azteca, Beinsports, Azteca America
WBA President Gilberto Jesus Mendoza has announced that negotiations are underway for a fight for the vacant WBA regular heavyweight title between Lucas Browne and Fres Oquendo. “Browne’s title shot came out of a legal settlement we had to do after we got sued by Browne’s people for stripping him,” Mendoza told Sky Sports. “I think the WBA grounds were very strong. He took us to court and we settled for giving him a title opportunity…that’s what we ordered. We have been listening to the promoters, that’s a very tough fight to sell. That’s a very tough fight to make because of the amounts of money, but they are negotiating right now. We’ll see what the outcome is.”
Kell Brook hit the scales five pounds heavier than Gennady Golovkin in their final WBC check-weigh ahead of their monster clash for the WBC, IBF and IBO World Middleweight titles at The O2 in London on Saturday September 10, live on HBO and Sky Sports Box Office.
Brook was weighed at the famous Wincobank Gym in Sheffield by the British Boxing Board of Control and weighed 167.8lbs, while Golovkin tipped the scales at 162.9lb at his Big Bear Training Camp in California.
Undefeated Rickey Edwards (11-0, 3 KOs) is set to take on unbeaten Kent Cruz (10-0, 6 KOs) in an eight-round super lightweight contest as part of Premier Boxing Champions on NBCSN this Saturday, September 3 from the Dancehall in San Antonio.
Edwards was originally scheduled to face unbeaten Cuban Yordan Frometa, who was forced to withdraw due to an injury.Televised coverage begins at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT and is headlined by super lightweight prospects Darwin Price and Javontae Starks in an eight-round bout. (more…)
Anthony Joshua will defend his IBF World Heavyweight title at the Manchester Arena on November 26.
Joshua landed the strap with a brutal second round KO win over former champion Charles Martin at The O2 in London in April and defended it with a seventh round stoppage win over Dominic Breazeale in June.
The 2012 Olympian put the belt on the line for a second time in his second outing at the famous Manchester venue where he stopped Konstantin Airich in three rounds in September 2014 in his eighth pro outing.
“When I first started my professional career I traveled all round the country fighting, which I loved, this is taking me back to the grass roots,” said Joshua. “I can’t wait to get back up north and show the people of Manchester how much I have improved since the last time I was there. I have been inspired over the summer by the fighters in the Olympics, it has given me a new perspective and huge hunger to get back in ring.
“It has taken a bit of time to officially announce the fight, we want this to be a spectacular show, all the way up the card and it takes time to get these things right.”
An announcement on the opponent and ticket details will be released the week commencing September 26.
By Przemek Garczarczyk
Andrzej Fonfara (28-4, 16 KO), who just a couple of months ago was ranked #2 WBC light heavyweight contender, has decided to make a dramatic change. “It was a hard decision, for both me and Sam Colonna who spent with me ten great years, but I decided to make a change. Vigil Hunter, a coach with a great pedigree, who was working with Andre Ward when he was an Olympic champion in Athens and now when Andre is considered as one of the best P4P fighters on the planet, is my choice as a new trainer,” said Fonfara in exclusive Fightnews.com® interview.
“I had choices, my team, manager Al Haymon, my promoters suggested some very accomplished names, but after my four days in Oakland, I had no doubt that Virgil should be my next trainer. Everything went well – we had an instant understanding what and how we want to go about rest of my career. (more…)
Photos: Sumio Yamada
WBO super flyweight champion Naoya Inoue (10-0, 8 KOs) faced off with Petchbarngborn Kokietgym (38-7-1, 18 KOs) at the final press conference for their world title fight on Sunday at the Sky Arena in Zama, Kanagawa, Japan.
By David Finger
It’s been nearly a decade, but the Golden era of boxing may be making a comeback in the State of Colorado. Back in 2003-2006 it seemed like the long dormant boxing scene in Denver was set to explode as dozens of fighters seemed poised to break into the world rankings. As Stevie Johnston’s championship career began to wind down prospects like Mike Alvarado, Roy Delgado, Donald Camarena, Larry Gonzalez, Adrian and Anthony Mora, Torrance Daniels, Manny Perez, and Marvin Cordova all seemed poised to pick up the mantle and bring world titles of their own back to the Mile High City.
Well, on September 3rd we might be able to add the name Donald Cobb (7-0, 6 KOs) to that list of Colorado prospects poised to put the Rocky Mountain state on the boxing map. “Dynamite” Donald Cobb has all the makings of a world class prospect as well, with bone crushing power that could just catapult him right into a world title fight. But first he needs to pass his toughest test in a fight for the vacant Colorado State Light Heavyweight title: Joey Montoya (9-4-3, 3 KOs). (more…)
By Miguel Maravilla
Longest-reigning Filipino world champion, former WBO super champion, and former WBO jr. flyweight champion Donnie “Ahas” Nietes spoke to reporters on Tuesday at the Maximo Room of Max’s Restaurant in Glendale, California. Nietes faces former champion Edgar Sosa on September 24 at the StubHub Center in Carson, California.
“This upcoming fight will be my first at at flyweight against Edgar Sosa,” said Nietes. “I feel comfortable at this weight and I am excited. I’ve been training since June. I’m comfortable at this weight. I already have speed. We’ll focus more on power because I’m moving up in weight.” (more…)
By David Finger
Fightnews.com is sad to report that longtime Michigan referee and boxing judge Dale Grable passed away yesterday (September 1) after a battle with lung cancer. Grable was one of the most familiar boxing officials in the state of Michigan, having worked as a referee for nearly 20 years. In that time he worked as the third man for such notable fighters like Wilfred Benitez, Tommy Hearns, Freddie Pendleton, Anthony “Baby” Jones, Duane Thomas, Michael Moorer, Tony Tubbs, Gianfranco Rosi, Buster Mathis Jr., Oba Carr, “Prince” Charles Williams, Gerald McClellan, Tom Johnson, James “Lights Out” Toney, “Prince” Naseem Hamed, Chris Byrd, Ronald Wright, Bronco McKart, Hasim Rahman, Paul Spadafora, Johnathon Banks, Stevie Johnson, and Anthony Dirrell.
But for boxing fans outside of Michigan he may be best remembered as the referee who handled Floyd Mayweather’s only knockdown as a professional in 2001 when Mayweather suffered a flash knockdown (due to an injured hand) at the hands of Carlos Hernandez in Grand Rapids, Michigan. (more…)
By Jason Marchetti at ringside
Photos: Emily Harney
In the main event of Broadway Boxing Seies promoted by DiBella Entertainment, Nick Delomba (11-1, 2 KO’s) easily defeated Amos Cowart (11-2-1, 9 KO’s) in an 8 round fight at lightweight. Delomba, trimmed down for the opportunity and made the knockout-artist Cowart look like a lousy sparring partner throughout the fight. Delomba was bigger, faster, and stronger, dancing around his opponent and dominating in slick fashion while landing at will. Cowart never was able to land a counter-attack long enough as Delomba pivoted, struck with an uppercut or right hook, and moved like a featherweight. It was Delomba’s most impressive performance to date. The final scores were 80-72 (twice) and 78-74. (more…)
Antonio Gutierrez 156 vs. Jorge Melendez 159
Chimpa Gonzalez 134.6 vs. Jonathan Corrales 135
Oscar Duarte 135 vs. Rafael Reyes 135
Tenochtitlan Nava 127 vs. Juan Bryand 127
Lamont Roach Jr 131.4 vs. Mario Macias 133
Edgar Valerio 124.2 vs. Emmanuel Castro 126
Venue: Belasco Theater, Downtown Los Angeles
Promoter: Golden Boy
TV: Estrella TV
Juergen Braehmer (48-2, 35 KOs) and Nathan Cleverly (29-3, 15 KOs) came face-to-face today at a press conference in Hamburg ahead of their WBA World Light Heavyweight title fight on October 1 at the Jahnsportforum in Neubrandenburg, Germany. The fighters appeared in a confident mood as they discussed their upcoming world title tussle, and having twice come close to sharing a ring, both champion and challenger are eager to prove who is the better man.
Juergen Braehmer: I’m very happy this fight is finally happening. Nathan Cleverly is a great boxer. He has an offensive style and a high work-rate, which I’m sure will make for an entertaining night for the fans in Neubrandenburg. Of course, every fight is a challenge, but I believe Nathan will provide me with one of the biggest challenges of my career. However, together with my coach Conny Mittermeier, I will leave no stone unturned, and on October 1, my hand will be raised and the belt will remain around my waist.
Nathan Cleverly: This fight is my destiny. Juergen has been fantastic for German boxing, but it’s time for a young lion to come and rip that title from him. He’s 37 years old and hopefully this fight will mark the end of his career.
By Karl Freitag
Current WBO junior middleweight world champion Liam “Beefy” Smith (23-0-1, 13 KOs) hosted a media conference call on Thursday ahead of his showdown against former two-division world champion Canelo Alvarez (47-1-1, 33 KOs) on September 17 at the AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.
Liam Smith: “Canelo is the big name but I am the champion. Hopefully the judges respect that…I’ve always been told I’ve got a style the American fans will like. What you see is what you get, I’m coming to fight…this fight is right up my alley. Every time I think about the fight, it gets me excited…my mind is set on Canelo. When I beat Canelo, my next fight will be Canelo again! They will want the rematch.”
Smith Promoter Frank Warren: “There is no possibility of Billy Joe Saunders vs. Canelo in December because Liam Smith is going to win this fight!” (Warren added that Saunders’ next fight will be announced Monday.)
Golden Boy VP Eric Gomez: “It’s going to be a successful night. At this point we’ve passed sales for both Manny Pacquiao fights. Tickets are moving.”
Kovalev-Ward tickets officially go on sale tomorrow at 2PM ET/11PM PT. If you want to beat the rush, you can grab your tickets right now at this link. The presale code to purchase tickets is Krusher
The PPV fight is November 19 at the new T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
Good news for a sparse weekend of live televised boxing action. Now airing Saturday night on beIN Sports en Español is the ten round bout between undefeated super featherweight Carlos “Chuko” Diaz (20-0, 10 KOs) and Samuel “Pana” González (11-3, 8 KOs) from Deportivo Morelos in Mexico City. Zanfer is very high on the 21-year-old “Chuko’s” potential to be a future world champion. Gonzalez is a late sub.
The co-main event highlights the return of the first Campeón Azteca (Aztec Champion) Miguel “Barreterito” Beltrán (31-4, 21 KOs), who will face Francisco Gabriel Piña (12-12-5, 5 KOs) in a super featherweight fight.
This weekend is the lull before the storm as the schedule for the rest of the month features many big fights.
By Karl Freitag
Today marks the beginning of a new era in boxing in the state of New York. Under new rules, promoters are now required to provide $50,000 in general medical coverage (up 500%) plus an additional requirement for a million dollar insurance bond for each fighter in the event of a traumatic brain injury. The move is expected to drive boxing out of the state due to the exorbitant costs. New York promoters Lou DiBella and Joe DeGuardia are calling on the NYSAC to eliminate the additional million dollar insurance for brain injuries. Hall of Fame promoter Bob Arum has already stated that under the new rules he wouldn’t be able to afford to do business in New York. As of now, there are currently NO boxing cards scheduled in the state.
IBF #3, WBO #5, WBC #9, WBA #15 light heavyweight Erik Skoglund (25-0, 11 KOs) returns to the Rosvalla Arena in Nyköping on October 28 to take on the ‘Albanian Bomber’ Timy Shala (21-1-1, 8 KOs) in a twelve-round title fight.
The ‘Swedish Sensation’ is back in action following a bloody brawl with Ryno Liebenberg on April 23 at the Hovet in Stockholm, where despite suffering a bad cut above his right eye, Skoglund scored a unanimous points victory. (more…)
By Ognian Georgiev
AIBA starts disciplinary action against 5-star referee/judges, known as The Magnificent Seven, and the suspended executive director of the organization Karim Bouzidi. As Fightnews.com® previously informed, the president of the Olympic boxing Ching-Kwo Wu summoned his vice-presidents, the chairman of AIBA disciplinary commission Tom Virgets and the R/J evaluator for the Olympic competition in Rio Ray Silvas. (more…)
Four notable heavyweights will collide in twelve-round bouts on October 15 at a venue to be named in Hamburg, Germany. In the main event, former Tyson-Fury foe Christian Hammer (19-4, 11 KOs) takes on unbeaten former Euro champ Erkan Teper (16-0, 10 KOs) for the WBO Europe belt. Also, unbeaten Adrian Granat (13-0, 12 KOs) and Franz Rill (13-1, 9 KOs) meet for the IBF International title. The card is promoted by EC Boxpromotion and Z! Promotion.
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