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- Buglioni stops Ribchev in six
- Groves wins European super middleweight belt
- Abril retains WBA title with majority decision over Tatli
- Mchunu dominates Wilson, Dargan KOs Perez
- Dr Steelhammer in Warsaw - uncensored
- Seldin still unbeaten
- Dawejko blows away Banks
- Results from Hammond, Indiana
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- Narvaez defeats Orucuta again to retain WBO super flyweight belt for 11th time
By Francisco Salazar at ringside
Light Heavyweight Gayrat Ahmedov might not have expected much with Demetrius Davis based on his won-loss record. That was thrown out the window as Davis came to fight and almost pulled off the upset against the world-ranked contender. Ahmedov won a close eight round majority decision on Saturday afternoon before a sold-out crowd of about 900 at Karma Club in Victorville, CA. (more…)
By Ricardo Conde
WBC #10/WBA #5 lightweight contender “Bam Bam” Brandon Rios (24-0-1, 18 KOs) of Oxnard, CA, trained by former junior lightweight champion, Robert Garcia, will take on Urbano Antillon (27-1, 20 KOs) of Maywood, CA on Saturday, May 8th on the undercard of Latin Fury 14, which features the return of Antonio Margarito in Aguascalientes, Mexico. The twenty-three year-old Rios will defend his NABF lightweight title for the first time in a 10-round bout and vowed to knockout Antillon. For more details and photos click here…
Two-division world champion Edwin Valero has been sent to a psychiatric hospital for six months in Venezuela. According to El Universal, his wife, Jennifer Viera de Valero, was admitted to a hospital in the city of Merida with bruises and a broken rib that penetrated her lung, the same hospital she was treated at twice before for similar lesions. She claimed she sustained the injuries from falling down a flight of stairs. Valero reportedly caused a ruckus at the hosptial, and doctors called the police. On Sunday morning, Valero was taken before a judge where he confessed to being an alcoholic. The judge sent him for six months to San Juan de Dios Hospital for rehab.
Junior welterweight contender Frankie “El Gato” Figueroa is set to return to the ring on May 21st versus undefeated Russian prospect Ruslan Provodnikov (15-0 10 KOs) in the co-feature to the lightweight clash between Ji Hoon Kim and Ameth Diaz. The bout will be televised by ESPN Friday Night Fights beginning at 9pm EST. The ten round bout will be for the jr. welterweight NABA and WBO Asian Pacific titles. Figueroa has been out of action since braking his wrist in a fight last November 11th, which required surgery. “I was on the shelf for a little while. After a pin was put in place, I couldn’t fight because it couldn’t get wet. In January I had the cast and pin removed and I was able to test out my hand when I sparred with Juan Urango,” Figueroa stated. “My hand held up well and I am ready to go.” In addition to preparing for the Provodnikov bout, Figueroa will be sparring with Nate Campbell as Campbell prepares for his upcoming clash with Victor Ortiz.
By Gabriel F. Cordero
WBA vice president, Gilberto Jesus Mendoza, in spite of the possibility of being criticized for being a Venezuelan living in Panama, stated, “I have to give my personal opinion of what happened and it seemed like an error to me, because I saw the winner as Cermeño.” He assured that the WBA Board of Directors will do an exhaustive review of the video of Panamanian Anselmo “Chemito” Moreno’s controversial split decision over Venezuelan Nehomar Cermeño on Saturday night at the Polideportivo José María Vargas in La Guaira, Venezuela, to determine the feasibility of a direct rematch. Mendoza Jr. had complimentary words for both fighters and said he would abstain from voting, letting the other board members make any decisions.
By Ron Jackson
Former South African heavyweight champion Anton Nel having his first fight since November 2006 stopped Pieter Cronje at 48 seconds into the first round at the Carousel gambling resort in Hammanskraal on Saturday night. The 41-year-old Nel (118.32kg) came out firing at the opening bell and after scoring with a stiff jab followed up with some crippling shots to the body. With Cronje, 27, backing off and not fighting back referee Thabo Spampoel stepped in to call the fight off. Nel improves his record to 16-11-3; 12 and Cronje (102.57kg) who was having his first fight since campaigning in Australia for two years saw his record drop to 9-4-1; 5. The bout which was scheduled for 10 rounds was an eliminator for the South African heavyweight title held by Osborne Machimana. (more…)
WBA interim super light world champion Marcos Maidana (28-1, 27 KOs) made his Las Vegas debut a spectacular one, destroying previously unbeaten #2 rated Victor Cayo in six brutal rounds at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino. “I’m very happy,” Maidana said afterward. “I felt the whole time that it would happen. Cayo was a very respectable opponent. I found him very quick and mobile, but I had no doubt that I’d catch him eventually. Thanks to my management for this duel. As for my next fight, I trust that entirely to my promoter. I don’t care whether it’s Amir Khan or anyone else. I’ll beat all of them.”
Promoter Dietmar Poszwa added, “We had hoped for a spectacular knockout. The audience at the Hard Rock Casino and HBO was thrilled. Everyone was very impressed by Marcos’ KO power. He is boxing more and more into the hearts of Americans. HBO has an appetite for more and we do too. For us it was a great success here in Las Vegas.”
By Enrico “Erik” Crociati
Over the weekend, Italian boxing fans witnessed the unlucky plight of the everlasting national star, welterweight Gianluca Branco, who was defeated in twelve rounds by the new European champ at 147 lbs, Matthew Hatton, in Dagenham, United Kingdom. That was not the only action featuring an Italian fighter, as two always-active promoters staged different cards on Italian soil. (more…)
By Howard Jones
Former heavyweight champion Hasim Rahman (46-7-2, 37 KOs) made short work of Clinton “Big Rig” Boldridge (9-16, 7 KOs) in his long awaited return to the ring, knocking out Boldridge out in the final minute of the first round on Friday night at the Beaumont Club at the Kansas City, Missouri. Also rising cruiserweight star Jeremiah Graziano improved to 10-0 with 10 KOs knocking out Derrick Brown (13-5-3) in the second round of their bout.
Hot power punching prospect Ismayl Sillakh (11-0, 10 KOs) hits the mitts with his trainer Shadeed Suluki in preparation for his bout against veteran Daniel Judah (23-4-3, 10 KOs) this Saturday in Las Vegas. The bout is scheduled for 12 rounds and is for the NABF light heavyweight title. Sillakh, who recently was signed with Roy Jones Jr’s. Square Ring Inc. Promotions will battle Judah on the undercard of the Roy Jones Jr.-Bernard Hopkins rematch on pay-per-view. Sillakh is from the Ukraine but is currently based and training out of Southern California. Fightnews caught up with Sillakh as he is just days away from his toughest test to date as a professional. (more…)
ShoBox: The New Generation returns next Friday, April 2 (11 p.m. ET/PT, delayed on the West Coast) when promising, undefeated Cuban junior middleweight Erislandy Lara (10-0, 6 KOs) faces veteran Danny Perez (34-6, 17 KOs) in the 10-round main event at The Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas. In the co-feature of a Golden Boy Promotions-promoted event, Puerto Rican featherweight standout Carlos Velasquez (11-0, 9 KOs) meets Alejandro Perez (14-2-1, 9 KOs) in an eight-round featherweight match.
On Friday, April 30, ShoBox will present a battle of unbeaten super middleweights from the UCI Center in Chicago (11 p.m. ET/PT), Marcus Johnson (18-0, 14 KOs) will be opposed by Derek Edwards (25-0, 13 KOs) in a 10-round match. Edwin Rodriguez (13-0, 9 KOs) takes on Kevin Engel (17-2, 14 KOs) in an eight-round 168-pound clash in the co-feature.
Octagonside by Robert Kravantka
Photos by Ed Mulholland
The game plan was simple for the champion. Take the fight where his opponent was weaker, and George St. Pierre did that relentlessly for five straight rounds. The judges all scored in favor of St. Pierre, 50-44, 50-43, 50-45, helping to make his fourth defense of his welterweight title at UFC 111 in Newark New Jersey.
The challenger came boasting a 4-0 record in the UFC, with the odds makers giving him a punchers chance as the 8-1 underdog . . . Click here for more
Andre Dirrell’s promoter Gary Shaw has responded to allegations from Team Sauerland that Dirrell was acting after being hit by Abraham following a slip to the canvas. “Maybe Abraham is used to having his partners fake it, but thanks to SHOWTIME, the world witnessed not just Abraham’s heinous act, but a multitude of replays from every angle showing that Abraham was looking at Andre while he was down on the canvas before deliberately unleashing his illegal blow,” said Shaw. “As far as I’m concerned, Abraham is a coward and his promoter is an enabler. It was a desperate act by a desperate man.” (more…)
By Lindy Lindell
Cries of “He’s okay,” and “He’s all right,” rang out as relatives and the crew of Andre Dirrell burst into the Joe Louis Arena room normally held for Detroit Red Wing press gatherings and celebrations. There were no celebrations on this night. Having put on a near-clinic of beautifully wrought boxing until close to midway into the penultimate 11th round in the 168-pound Super-Six Tournament (now in its second round), Andre Dirrell was awarded a victory by way of disqualification when the then-undefeated Arthur Abraham, well behind on points, unintentionally slugged Dirrell where he had slipped in Abraham’s thoroughly doused corner. Abraham’s right struck Dirrell in the left temple as he was virtually sitting on his bent left leg. After a second or two, Abraham having moved away. Dirrell capsized onto the canvas, totally prone. Referee Laurence Cole had started a count, but when Dirrell pancaked, he waved the fight off, rushing to the other side of the ring and then back to tell Abraham that he had been disqualified. For more details and photos click here…
Fighting like a bull in a china shop, to a crowd of crazy Argentines chanting “CHI-NO! CHI-NO!”, chin-checker Marcos Maidana might’ve given WBA Light Welter Champ Amir Khan one more reason to delay an inevitable confrontation with his interim belt-bearer.
Belting out a kayo over Dominican Victor Cayo, Maidana won over Las Vegas last night at the Hard Rock’s The Joint with a more-than-bargained-for war before a less-than-full house . . . Click here for more
Team Sauerland plans to officially protest Arthur Abraham’s DQ loss to Andre Dirrell on Saturday night. “After a slow start, Arthur was finally landing his power punches,” promoter Wilfried Sauerland said. “He clearly knocked Dirrell down in the tenth and was following it up in the 11th. There is no way Dirrell would have seen the end of the 12th round.” After reviewing the tape, Sauerland stated that a clearly exhausted Dirrell seized his chance to sneak out of the fight when the chance presented itself, especially with Abraham upping pressure before the ending. “The TV pictures indicate that Dirrell was down, but there is no way Arthur could have realized that in the heat of the moment. He was just trying to keep up the attack. However, Dirrell is a very good actor. We are glad that his check-up at the hospital turned out just fine but frankly we did not expect any other outcome since he was just acting. He deserves an Oscar for his performance.” (more…)
Ringside report by Gerardo Martinez
Photo by Raymond Mares
In boxing there are many “should haves.” That was the case in the last three bouts of Friday night’s “Warrior Vengeance” card held at the Isleta Casino & Resort Showroom . . . Click here for more
This Friday night, April 2nd, former UNLV amateur boxer and standout Sierra Vista High School running back Bradley Blankenship will make his professional debut at Hometown Heroes at the Rio Casino in Las Vegas. (more…)
Two days after it was announced that undefeated WBA 168-pound champion Andre Ward (20-0, 13 KOs) would defend against world-ranked “Sweetness” Allan Green (29-1, 20 KOs) in a Group Stage 2 bout in the Super Six World Boxing Classic on Saturday, June 19, at the Oracle Arena in Oakland, Calif., on SHOWTIME® (10 p.m. ET/PT, delayed on the West Coast), the boxers spoke with the media before the Andre Dirrell-Arthur Abraham tournament bout here Saturday night. (more…)
By Gabriel F. Cordero at ringside
WBA bantamweight champion Anselmo Moreno (29-1-1, 10 KOs) retained his title by split decision over previously unbeaten interim champion Nehomar Cermeño (19-1, 11 KOs) on Saturday night at the Polideportivo José María Vargas in La Guaira, Venezuela. Judges had Moreno ahead 114-113, 115-112. Cermeño was up 115-112 on the third card.
Former world champion Jorge ‘Niño de Oro’ Linares (28-1, 18 KOs) rebounded from his first loss with a ten round majority decision over Francisco Lorenzo . (34-8, 15 KOs). Scores were 97-93, 97-94 and 95-95. Lorenzo has now lost four of five since his controversial win over Humberto Soto, the win being against a 1-17 fighter.
By Joe Koizumi
Just after the WBC flyweight unification title bout of Pongsaklek Wonjongkam and Koki Kameda, there was a scandalous incident in the loser Kameda’s dressing room. His father Shiro Kameda, 43, who had been suspended indefinitely by the Japan Boxing Commission (JBC), called up JBC executive secretary Tsuyoshi Yasukochi, WBC supervisor Edward Thangarajah and the referee Guadalupe Garcia, and loudly shouted at them. He also threatened Yasukochi to have him fired. Shiro allegedly accused him of negligence for the referee not giving Pongsaklek a second penalization in the fifth round due to the WBC eye-cut rule. (more…)
Retired boxing superstar Joe Calzaghe has admitted cocaine use since leaving the ring in February 2008. The “News of the World” tabloid recorded Calzaghe talking about his own drug use in an undercover operation. The paper reports that In a series of meetings Calzaghe allegedly 1) admitted he takes cocaine and gave advice on where to buy it, 2) claimed a relative actually supplies drugs, 3) bad-mouth fellow British boxers Ricky Hatton, Lennox Lewis, Amir Khan and Naseem Hamed. (More)
Andre Dirrell turned the Super Six World Boxing Classic upside down and handed previously undefeated Arthur Abraham his first loss on an 11th-round disqualification Saturday in a fight at the Joe Louis Arena during a Free Preview Weekend on SHOWTIME® that ended in bedlam with family, friends, officials and team members of both camps in the ring. Referee Laurence Cole stopped a Group Stage 2 bout in which Dirrell (19-1, 13 KOs), of Flint, Mich., had performed magnificently at 1:13 of the 11th after Abraham (31-1, 25 KOs) connected with a sweeping right hand while Dirrell, who had slipped in Abraham’s corner, was down on one knee. (more…)
By Ron Jackson
Themba Joyi retained his South African junior bantamweight title with a unanimous 12 round points decision when he beat the veteran Zolile Mbityi on Saturday night at the Mdantsane Indoor Centre near East London. The southpaw Joyi (10-1-1, 6 KOs) who won the title in November 2008 when he stopped Thembelani Maphuma was just too strong and rugged for the 40-year-old Mbityi (34-14-3) in a fight that never rose to any heights. (more…)
By John Robbins / FightNews Canada
After what was by far the most entertaining undercard in eleven tries at Casino Rama, the main event was warmly welcomed by the Canadian fans awaiting the arrival ringside of Steve Molitor who would finally get his chance at redemption, and his shot to get his IBF junior featherweight title back. The ‘Canadian Kid’ did not disappoint, scoring a unanimous 116-112, 117-111, 115-113 decision over the IBF #1 ranked contender, Takalani Ndlovu of South Africa, the same fighter Molitor stopped in his first ever world title defense some 3 years earlier! Read more…
In another notable fight, WIBA and IFBA world champion, Lisa “Bad News” Brown scored a convincing 99-92, 99-91, 100-90 over a bloodied and battered Ana “The Hurricane” Julaton, capturing the vacant WBA female super bantamweight world title.
Puerto Rican hot prospect Jayson ‘La Maravilla’ Velez (12-0, 11 KOs) won the USNBC super bantamweight title by knocking out Colombian Pedro ‘El Torito’ Rincón in Boxeo Boricua In Caguas’ main event. “I always thought I had a good chance of beating him, but I didn’t anticipate he’d go so quickly. Nevertheless, this kind of KO is always welcome,” said Vélez, who won at 1:34 in the first round. For more details and photos click here…
Tonight at the Prudential Center in Newark, N.J. at UFC 111: Georges St-Pierre put on a takedown clinic in a lopsided win over Dan Hardy. The champion controlled the tempo and the pace from the outset, putting “The Outlaw” on his back at will. St-Pierre showcased his submission skills catching Hardy in a tight arm bar and kimura, but was unable to force Hardy to tap. A visibly disappointed St-Pierre said he hoped to finish Hardy and apologized to the capacity crowd for the performance.
Shane Carwin claimed the UFC interim heavyweight championship with a dramatic knockout of former champion Frank Mir at 3:48 of the opening stanza. (more…)
In a crowd-pleasing fight, three division world champion and Mexican ring legend Erik Morales (49-6, 34 KOs) returned as a welterweight on Saturday night following a two-and-a-half year layoff to trade punches with former lightweight titleholder Jose Alfaro (23-6, 20 KOs) on Saturday night at the in Monterrey, Mexico. It was a brutal battle from the opening bell, with both fighters giving and taking a lot of punches as Morales showed the old fire that made him loved by fight fans around the world. In the end, Morales claimed a 117-111, 116-112, 116-112 decision.
In a WBA light heavyweight eliminator Chris Henry (25-2, 20 KOs) scored a first round knockout over Hugo Hernan Garay (32-5, 17 KOs). A right hand put Garay down and out at 2:20. (more…)
By Bob Ryder and Lindy Lindell at ringside
In SHOWTIME’s much acclaimed “Super Six” super middleweight tournament, Andre Dirrell (19-1, 13 KOs) won by DQ over previously unbeaten Arthur Abraham (31-1, 25 KOs) on Saturday night at the Joe Louis Arena in Detroit, Michigan. Dirrell dominated an inactive Abraham in rounds one and two. Abraham came on in round three, but Dirrell dropped an off-balance Abraham in round four. Dirrell again outworked Abraham in rounds five through seven. Abraham was cut over the right eye in round seven. An increasingly desperate Abraham tried to land a KO punch and floored Dirrell in the tenth, inexplicably waved off by referee Laurence Cole. After Dirrell slipped in the eleventh, he was knocked cold by Abraham. Abraham was disqualified by Cole at 1:13. At the time of the DQ, Dirrell was ahead 97-92, 98-91, 97-92. Abraham later insisted that Dirrell wasn’t down when he threw the final punch. A shaken Dirrell will be taken to the hospital for tests. (more…)
WBA interim super lightweight champion Marcos Maidana (28-1, 27 KOs) scored a sixth round KO over previously unbeaten Victor Cayo (24-1, 15 KOs) on Saturday night in “The Joint” at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas. Maidana dropped Cayo at the end of round two, then continued to break down Cayo, finishing him with a body shot at 1:38 of the sixth round.
In a clash for the vacant IBF lightweight championship, Joan Guzman (30-0-1, 17 KOs) won a split decision over Ali Funeka (30-3-3, 25 KOs). Guzman dropped Funeka with a right hand in round six and went on to win 116-111, 114-113 on two cards. Funeka was ahead 114-113 on the third card. Guzman did not win the title after weighing in 9 lbs heavy.
In an IBF light flyweight eliminator, former world champion Ulises ‘Archie’ Solis (30-2-2, 21 KOs) scored an action-packed fifth round TKO over Bert ‘Ninja’ Batawang (45-15-3, 37 KOs) on Saturday night at the Plaza Pueblo Antiguo in Ensenada, BC, Mexico. Solis dropped Batawang in round four and after a one sided round five, Batawang didn’t come out for round six.
WBA mini-flyweight world champion Giovani Segura (30-1-1, 20 KOs) moved up to flyweight with a fourth round TKO over WBA #5 ranked Ronald Ramos (28-8-3, 14 KOs). Segura dropped Ramos in round four and punished him for the duration of the round. Ramos didn’t come out for the next round. Segura’s world title was not at stake. For more details and photos click here…
Ringside by Chris Cozzone
From the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino’s The Joint in Las Vegas: In an eight-rounder at supermiddleweight, Danny Jacobs (19-0, 16 KOs), of Brooklyn wasted no time with Jose “Bam Bam” Rodriguez Berrio (20-5, 12 KOs), of Colombia, flooring his foe twice in round one. In between rounds, Referee Jay Nady, on advice from the ringside doc, stopped the bout.
In an eight-round welterweight bout, Jermell Charlo (11-0, 5 KOs), of Houston won an unspectacular-but-unanimous decision over Gerardo Prieto (6-9-1, 0 KOs), of Mexico City, with scores of 79-72 twice and 80-71.
In a sixer between Texas welters, Omar Figueroa (9-0, 8 KOs) won a unanimous decision over game Edgar Portillo (6-4-1, 4 KOs). Figueroa outboxed his foe, but injured his left hand in round two. Scores were 60-54 and 58-56 twice.
In a six-round welterweight bout, Argentina’s Diego Chavez (14-0, 12 KOs), in his U.S. debut, could not land a sleep-producer on Edvan Dos Santos Barros (10-9-1, 7 Kos), of Boca Raton, Fla., and had to settle for a unanimous decision with scores of 60-54, 59-55 and 58-56.
By Francisco Salazar at ringside
Unbeaten Light Heavyweight contender Gayrat Ahmedov (14-0-1, 9 KO’s) won a close eight round majority decision over tough Demetrius Davis at the Karma Club in Victorville, CA. Davis (19-21-5, 7 KO’s) started strong, working the body of his opponent. Ahmedov landed the harder and more effective punches in the middle rounds. Both fighters had their moments in the last round, as Davis got his second wind. One judge had the bout scored 76-76, while the other two judges gave Ahmedov the nod with scores of 77-75.
Unbeaten welterweight Ravshan Hudaynazarov (11-0, 9 KOs) knocked out fading Anthony Mora in the first round of a scheduled six round bout. Hudaynazarov dropped Mora with a left hook to the body and dropped him again with another left hook to the body. Mora (15-6, 10 KOs) remained on one knee as referee Jack Reiss counted him out at 2:59. Mora has lost his last six bouts in a row. (more…)
By Karl Freitag and Alexey Sukachev
126lb superstar Yuriorkis “El Ciclon” Gamboa (18-0, 15 KOs) successfully defended his WBA featherweight championship with a twelve round unanimous decision over previously unbeaten Argentinian Jonathan Victor Barros (28-1-1, 16 KOs) on Saturday night at the Sporthalle Hamburg in Hamburg, Germany. After two tame opening rounds, Gamboa opened up in round three, but Barros proved to be a tough, durable opponent who didn’t fold under Gamboa’s speed, power and pressure. Gamboa finally battered Barros to the deck in round eight, but the über-tough Barros weathered Gamboa’s violent follow-up assault and somehow made it to the final bell. Scores were 118-109, 118-109, 116-111.
In the co-main event and grudge rematch, PABA heavyweight champion Denis Bakhtov (33-5, 22 KOs) again proved his superiority over Steffen Kretschmann (14-2, 13 KOs). Bakhtov made Kretchmann take a knee in round six and continued to punish him until Kretschmann finally quit :46 into round nine, much to the disgust of the local fans. Bakhtov had previously knocked out “Kretsche” in one round last summer.
Former world cruiserweight champion Juan Carlos Gomez (45-2, 36 KOs) demolished Alex Mazikin (13-5-2, 3 KOs) in a bout for the WBA international heavyweight championship. Mazikin was down four times – each time thanks to the left hook to the liver.
Middleweight contender Mahir Oral (28-2-2, 11 KOs) stopped Juan Camilo Novoa (14-5-1, 12 KOs) in round ten to claim the WBA international 160lb championship.
By Joe Koizumi
WBC interim flyweight champ Pongsaklek Wonjongkam (75-3-1, 39 KOs), 111.5, Thailand, unified the WBC 112-pound belts as he convincingly and impressively defeated previously unbeaten WBC full champ Koki Kameda (22-1, 14 KOs), 112, by a majority but well-received decision over twelve fast rounds on Saturday in Tokyo, Japan. It was an encounter of southpaw speedsters. The official tallies were as follows: John Keene (England) 116-112, Max DeLuca (US) 115-112, both for Pongsaklek and Predrag Aleksic (Montenegro) 114-114 (ridiculous score to be questioned by the WBC). The referee was Lupe Garcia (Mexico). This reporter tallied 116-111 for Pongasklek.
It was a one-sided affair totally dominated by the more experienced Thailander, who displayed his ring-craft all the way. The 32-year-old veteran toyed with the less experienced 23-year-old sensational Japanese with his speed and skills. The Kameda myth was miserably destroyed by Pongsaklek’s superior ring-generalship. Kameda, the most hated Japanese boxer because of his barbarous and unsportsmanlike behavior, gave Japanese fight fans the happiest night due to his first defeat. (more…)
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