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By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing
WBA#15 super bantamweight T.J. Doheny (8-0, 6KOs) stopped Roman Canto (8-5-2, 3KOs) in round eight of scheduled twelve at Ottimo House, Denham Court, NSW, Australia on Friday. Former Irish amateur champion Doheny outclassed the Filipino importation in all of the rounds and the referee called it off in round eight. Reportedly Doheny holds an amateur win over IBF champion Carl Frampton.
In main supporting contest, IBF#5, WBO#6 Light welterweight Lenny Zappavigna (32-2, 22KOs) stopped Thong Por Chokchai (23-10-1, 15KOs) in round two of scheduled eight. Zappavigna has won seven consecutive fights since being stopped by Ammeth Diaz in 2011 IBF Elimination bout. He was outscored by Miguel Vasquez in IBF 135 pound title attempt also in 2011 Zappa is scheduled to clash with Misael Castillo (26-3, 24KOs) on November 12 in Melbourne.
Melbourne based super middleweight Jake Gathercole (3-4, 1KO) stopped Gino Zapongna (5-6-1) in round eight. Gathercole holds the Victorian state title.
Sydney based super middleweight Steven Ma (6-4-1, 2KOs) and Joe area (10-14-2) boxed a six round draw of crowd pleasing contest.
Guyra based 140 pounder James McDonald (1-0) outpointed Jayke Penaroyo (1-3) over four action rounds.
Promoter Tom Mercuri
By Gary “Digital” Williams at ringside
Photos: Mike Greenhill
Prior to the main event bout at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC Saturday night, there was a lot of speculation on who would win the local “grudge” bout between veteran Maryland light heavyweights Alexander ‘The Great” Johnson and Henry ‘Sugar Poo” Buchanan. The bout was anticipated for months and the two men did a great deal of talking.
It took just one left hand to end all the speculation.
Johnson sent a left hand crashing into the right jaw of Buchanan and dropped him with a minute to go in the opening round. Buchanan got up but was very wobbly and in no condition to continue. The bout was stopped at 2:10 of the round.
Johnson is now (16-2, 7 KOs) while Buchanan falls to (21-4, 14 KOs).
The bout was the main event of a card that was shortened as three of the six scheduled bouts were scratched at the very last minute. The scheduled main event between former IBF Super Middleweight champion Jeff “Left Hook” Lacy and Rayco “War” Saunders was cancelled for unknown reasons. The promoter, GFS Entertainment, would not comment on why the bout was cancelled.
An injury kept Hector “Machito” Camacho, Jr. from facing Ryan Davis and undefeated local prospect “Swift” Jarrett Hurd’s bout was taken off the card for unknown reasons. (more…)
Photos: Pepe Rodriguez
WBC super flyweight champion Carlos “Pricipe” Cuadras (30-0-1, 24 KOs) retained his belt with a fourth round technical draw against Mexican compatriot José “Sugar” Salgado (34-2-2, 27 KOs) on Saturday night at the Estadio de Beisbol in Guamuchil, Sinaloa, Mexico. A head clash cut Salgado on the left eyelid causing the premature end.
Photos: Mikey Williams / Top Rank
Unbeaten welterweight Konstantin Ponomarev (25-0, 12 KOs) scored a hard fought but clear cut ten round unanimous decision over Cosme “Chino” Rivera (37-19-3) on Saturday night at the Celebrity Theatre in Phoenix, Arizona. Ponomarev out moved and outboxed the 38-year-old veteran over ten fast paced rounds to win by scores of 98-92, 100-90, 100-90.
Unbeaten light heavyweight Trevor McCumby (16-0, 13 KOs) scored a first round KO over Martin Verdin (20-19, 11 KOs).
Two-time Lithuanian Olympian welterweight Egidijus Kavaliauskas (8-0, 7 KOs) impressed again, blowing away Eduardo Flores (17-15-3, 12 KOs) in round one. Three knockdowns scored by Kavaliauskas.
Light heavyweight Oleksander Gvozdyk (3-0, 2 KOs) scored a fifth round KO over Lamont Williams (5-6-1, 2 KOs).
Middleweight Marchristopher Adkins (3-1, 1 KO) scored a four round split decision over previously unbeaten Shane Mosley Jr. (2-1, 2 KOs) on Saturday night at the Celebrity Theater in Phoenix, Arizona. Scores were 39-37, 39-37 Adkins, 39-37 Mosley.
Unbeaten lightweight Victor Castro (12-0, 6 KOs) scored a third round KO over Pablo Becerra (7-6, 6 KOs). Castro dropped Becerra right at the bell to end round three. Time 2:59. photos
Salido wins WBO interim 130lb belt in knockdown-filled epic; Mendoza defeats Garcia for IBF jr flyweight title
Photos: Zanfer Promotions
Due to the inactivity of WBO 130lb champion Mikey Garcia, the WBO ordered former featherweight champion Orlando “Siri” Salido (42-12-2, 29 KOs) to fight three-time title challenger Terdsak “Pit Bull” Kokietgym (53-5-1, 33 KOs) for the vacant interim jr lightweight belt on Saturday night at the Auditorio Municipal in Tijuana, BC, Mexico.
And what a fight it was! Both Salido and Kokietgym were more than willing to trade blows and both were knocked down in round one. Salido was knocked down again at the end of round two. Kokietgym was sent down again in round four. Kokietgym floored Salido in round five. Salido dropped Kokietgym in round seven and after that pretty much took over the bout. Salido came out in the eleventh determined to end it and and did, laying out the brave Thai fighter.
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Local jr flyweight Javier “Cobrita” Mendoza (22-2-1, 18 KOs) scored a twelve round unanimous decision over Ramon “Principe” Garcia (20-5-1, 12 KOs) to claim the vacant IBF jr flyweight title (vacated when John Riel Casimero lost the belt on the scale in May). Mendoza dropped Garcia with a body shot in round five. Hirales was docked a point for a low blow in round eight. Mendoza battered Garcia to the deck again in round ten. Scores were 116-109, 115-110, 115-110. photos
Photos: Mikey Williams / Top Rank
WBO World Featherweight boxing champion and two-time Olympic gold medalist Vasyl Lomachenko is in Phoenix to support stablemate Olympian Egidijus Kavaliauskas as he takes on Eduardo Flores on Top Rank’s “Solo Boxeo Tecate” show televised on UniMas, Sat., Sept 20 at Celebrity Theater in Phoenix, Arizona. Both fighters are managed by Egis Klimas. Lomachenko fights on the undercard of the Pacquiao vs. Algieri world welterweight championship event will take place Saturday, November 22, at the Cotai Arena in The Venetian Macao Resort in Macau,China.
It will be produced and distributed live by HBO Pay-Per-View.
In a clash of unbeaten super bantamweights, WBC #14 rated Kid Galahad (aka Abdul Barry Awad) (18-0, 9 KOs) scored a one-sided twelve round unanimous decision over WBO #14 Adeilson Dos Santos (14-1, 10 KOs) on Saturday night at Ponds Forge Arena in Sheffield, England. Galahad dropped Dos Santos in round one and put him down again in round ten. Scores were 119-107, 117-109, 120-105.
Unbeaten middleweight Adam Etches (17-0, 14 KOs) scored a third round KO over Samir Santos Barbosa (35-11-3, 25 KOs). Time was 2:14.
Young Fury (1-1, 1 KO), brother of heavyweight contender Tyson Fury, was defeated by late sub Henry Smith (4-3, 0 KOs). The score was 39-37.
Super middleweight Frank Buglioni (14-1, 11 KOs) scored a sixth round TKO over Alexey Ribchev (18-11-1, 6 KOs) on Saturday night at the famed York Hall in London. Buglioni methodically broke down Ribchev and the bout was waved off in round six due to damage to Ribchev’s right eye. Time was 2:11.
Earlier, unbeaten welterweight Bradley Skeete (18-0, 7 KOs) scored a second round TKO over Leandro Pinto (16-5-3, 7 KOs).
WBC #4, WBA #6, IBF #10 super middleweight George Groves (20-2, 15 KOs) dethroned European champion Christopher Rebrasse (22-3-3, 6 KOs) by unanimous decision on Saturday night at the Wembley Arena in London, England. Rebounding from consecutive losses to to WBA/IBF super middleweight champion Carl Froch, Groves came out aggressively in the early rounds and outworked Rebrasse the whole way. No knockdowns and nether fighter was hurt. Scores were 118-110, 117-111, 118-110. The bout was also a WBC eliminator so Groves is now mandatory challenger for Anthony Dirrell.
Unbeaten super flyweight Khalid Yafai (12-0, 9 KOs) scored a second round KO over Harold Molina (17-9-3, 7 KOs). Yafai dropped Molina in round one with a body shot and twice in round two to end it. Time was 1:50.
2012 Olympic gold medalist Luke Campbell (8-0, 6 KOs) scored a seventh round TKO over journeyman Krzysztof Szot (18-16-1, 5 KOs) in a lightweight bout. Szot, who was down twice in the seventh round, has now lost 12 on his last 13.
By Pasi Taavitsainen at ringside
Photos: Pasi Taavitsainen
WBA lightweight world champion Richar Abril (19-3-1, 8 KOs) retained his title with a twelve round majority decision over previously unbeaten Edis Tatli (23-1, 7 KOs) on Saturday night at the Hartwell Arena in Helsinki, Finland. Abril, finally making his first defense of the belt in March 2013, won by scores of 114-114, 116-112, 117-111. Abril worked a lot to the body along with straight rights. Tatli connected with some good left hooks to the head. Lots of clinches, no knockdowns, neither fighter in trouble. Both fought well but the champion took more rounds.
Welterweight Juho Tolppola (24-6-1, 9 KOs) scored an eight round decision over Emanuele De Prophetis (16-5, 10 KOs). Score was 80-72 across the board.
Unbeaten female lightweight Eva Wahlstrom (12-0-1, 3 KOs) outpointed Halanna Dos Santos (14-6, 9 KOs). Scores were 60-53 on all cards.
Light heavyweight Juho Haapoja (24-5-1, 14 KOs) scored a first round TKO over Attila Palko (17-15, 13 KOs). (more…)
By John DiSanto at ringside
Photos: Emily Harney
WBC #2, IBF #7, WBO #10 cruiserweight Thabiso “The Rock” Mchunu (17-1, 11 KOs) scored a one-sided ten round unanimous decision over Garrett “The Ultimate Warrior” Wilson (13-8-1, 7 KOs) in a clash for the NABF title on Saturday afternoon at Foxwoods Resort in Mashantucket, CT. Mchunu was in command the entire fight but the overmatched Wilson battled hard the whole way. Scores were 96-93, 99-90, 98-91. Mchunu was deducted a point for holding in round ten.
Unbeaten lightweight Karl “Dynamite” Dargan (17-0, 9 KOs) scored a spectacular fifth round KO over Angino “The Nightmare” Perez (16-6, 14 KOs) in a clash for the Junior NABF lightweight title. Perez dropped Dargan in round three (then hit him again when he was down). Dargan turned the tables in the fifth flooring Perez then putting him down face first to end it. Time was 1:32. (more…)
By Przemek Garczarczyk
WBA, IBF and WBO heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko (62-3, 52 KOs) visited Warsaw to be part of his fitness chain “McFit” opening in Poland. “Dr Steelhammer” also spoke with reporters about his injury before upcoming (November 15) fight with Kubrat Pulev, doping test demands raised by his Bulgarian contender, shares his, sometimes brutally honest, thoughts about current heavyweights and of course about his American #1 follower – Shannon Briggs.
Before another packed house on Friday, Sept. 19th, at The Paramount in Huntington, NY, undefeated, fast rising, Jr. Welterweight prospect Cletus “The Hebrew Hammer” Seldin (14-0 11KO’s Long Island, NY), blasted out spoiler Ramesis Gil with a sensational one punch knockout in the 2nd round of a scheduled 10 round Jr. Welterweight bout. Both fighters came out aggressively in the first round with each scoring hard shots and little to choose between them. The 2nd round began with Seldin stalking Gil (8-9-5 5KO’s Santo Domingo, DR) backing him up. Seldin beat Gil to the punch and landed a thunderous right hand on Gil’s chin. Gil crumpled to the mat and was counted out giving Seldin his 11th KO in 14 fights. (more…)
By Kurt Wolfheimer at ringside
XF Events, Peltz Boxing and BAM Promotions promoted entertaining six bout card at the Harrah’s Philadelphia Casino and Racetrack in Chester, PA. Popular Philly heavyweight Joey “The Tank” Dawejko (12-3-2, 4KOs) dropped Redwood City, California’s Yohon “The Body Snatcher” Banks (7-9-2, 4KOs) three times en-route to an impressive first round stoppage in main event of the evening. Undefeated lightweight Anthony “Bad Boy” Burgin raised his record to 8-0, 1KO with a dominant six round unanimous decision victory over rugged fellow Philadelphian Ramon Ellis 4-13-2, 2KOs. (more…)
By Craig Wick at ringside
Veteran Chicago fight promoter, Bobby Hitz, returned to his favorite stomping ground, The Venue, located inside the beautiful Horseshoe Casino in nearby Hammond, Indiana for a nine bout card, headlined by the Antonio Canas vs Rafael Hernandez 8 round welterweight bout. Also seeing action were established local favorites as well as the long awaited debut of Sam “The Russian Concussion” Horowitz.
In the evening’s main event, which beckons for a rematch due to its unsatisfying conclusion, Chicago’s Antonio “Aztec God of War” Canas (10-1-1 with 1 no contest, 4 KOs) and Rafael Hernandez (8-0, with 1 no contest and 5 KOs) Detroit, MI engaged in a see-saw welterweight battle that was unfortunately called prior to the fourth round by the ring physician due to a cut over the eye of Hernandez. Both fighters tore into one another in the opening round, going toe-to-toe, with Canas gaining the upper hand when he had Hernandez pinned on the ropes and seemingly hurt with a series of straight right hands to the head. In round two, Hernandez suddenly turned the tables, dropping Canas with a left hook to the midsection that had him in anguish and barely able to beat the count. Moments later, Hernandez landed a flurry of punches to the head of Canas, which the referee ruled knockdown #2 as it appeared as if the ropes were all that was holding Canas up. (more…)
The war ended early at Saitama Super Arena Saturday night, and this one belonged to Mark Hunt. Facing off with fellow heavyweight knockout artist Roy Nelson in an eagerly-anticipated clash of top ten contenders, “The Super Samoan” struck often, eventually denting the steel chin of Nelson en route to a second-round knockout victory that reaffirmed the resurgent 40-year-old as one of the most dangerous punchers in the sport. . . . Click here for more at UFC.com
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COMING UP NEXT: UFC 178: JOHNSON VS. CARIASO is LIVE on PPV on Saturday, Sept. 27 at 10 PM ET/7 PM PT . . . Click here for more
By Karl Freitag
Lots of world title fights, notable names, and even a rare U.S. network boxing telecast will make this an interesting day for boxing.
Action gets underway early from Finland where WBA lightweight champion Richar Abril is a -155 pick to defeat unbeaten local favorite Edir Tatli (+125).
Next up we shift to London for “The Return of the Saint” as super middleweight George Groves takes on Christopher Rebrasse. Groves is the biggest favorite of the day at -1700. Rebrasse, the current European champion, is +1100. The bout is also a WBC eliminator and Groves’ ticket to a third match with Carl Froch.
NBC will televise live boxing for the first time in 2014 as Thabiso Mchunu battles Garrett Wilson for the NABF belt at Foxwoods Resort in Mashantucket, CT. This fight will pull in several million viewers, more than any other U.S. boxing telecast this year. Mchunu is a -1250 favorite, while Wilson is +800.
In Guamuchil, Sinaloa, Mexico, WBC super flyweight champion Carlos Cuadras is -550 to defeat Jose Salgado +400. This is Cuadras’ first defense of the belt.
Finally, in Tijuana there are two world title clashes. In the main event, Orlando “Siri” Salido is a big -1050 favorite to beat Terdsak “Pit Bull” Kokietgym (+600) for the vacant WBO interim jr lightweight belt (ordered due to the inactivity of WBO 130lb champion Mikey Garcia). Also Javier “Cobrita” Mendoza and Ramon “Principe” Garcia Hirales are “even money” for the vacant IBF jr flyweight title (vacated when John Riel Casimero lost the title on the scale in May).
WBO super flyweight champion Omar Narvaez (43-1-2, 23 KOs) scored a twelve round majority decision over #1 rated Felipe Orucuta (29-3, 24 KOs) on Friday night at the Anfiteatro Municipal de Villa Maria in Cordoba, Argentina. The first ten rounds were close, just like their first encounter in May 2013, which Narvaez won by split decision. This time Narvaez closed the bout very strong to seal a 114-114, 116-112, 116-112 victory. With the win, Narvaez successfully defended his WBO super flyweight for the 11th time, after previously defending the WBO flyweight belt on 16 occasions.
WBC #6 middleweight Jorge Sebastian Heiland (24-4-2, 12 KOs) scored s fifth round TKO over Mateo Veron (19-14-2, 3 KOs). Heiland dropped Veron in round three. Heiland floored Veron again in round five, then punished Veron until Veron’s forner threw in the towel.
Lightweight Raul Centeno (17-1-1, 7 KOs) outpointed Gustavo Bermudez (16-13-2, 6 KOs) over six by scores of 58-56, 58-56, 59-56.
By Jose E. Santiago at the scale
On Saturday night Future Series Promotions along with Delgado Boxing Promotions presents “A Fight for a Cure”. The show is a 100% non-profit affair benefiting The Livramento Delgado Boxing Foundation (LDBF), PD Gladiators (Patients with Parkinsons), and CURE Childhood Cancer. Featuring amateur and professional boxing, the card will be highlighted by a featherweight clash as Patrick “Silky Smooth” Riley (4-0 3KO) takes on Michael Doyle (2-10 1KO). Also on the card is undefeated featherweight Cameron “Klla Cam” Springer (4-0 2KO) as he is set to take on Charles Jones (3-15 2KO).
Patrick Riley 127 vs. Michael Doyle 124
Cam Springer 130 vs. Charles Jones 126
Billy Cunningham 205 vs. Steve Geffrard 192
Greg Faust 142 vs. Archie Weah 142
Venue: Crown Plaza Hotel & Resorts Atlanta Perimeter
Promoter: Future Series Promotions & Delgado Boxing Promotions
Tickets: General Admission $20 – VIP $50
Fights start at 6PM
Below are the official weigh-in results for Saturday’s UFC Fight Night event.
Fight Night Japan which is headlined by the heavyweight bout between Mark Hunt and Roy Nelson and the lightweight bout between Myles Jury and Takanori Gomi, airs live on UFC Fight Pass from the Saitama Super Arena in Japan.
UFC FIGHT PASS MAIN EVENT
Mark Hunt (264) vs. Roy Nelson (260)
UFC FIGHT PASS MAIN CARD
Myles Jury (156) vs. Takanori Gomi (155)
Yoshihiro Akiyama (170) vs. Amir Sadollah (170)
Miesha Tate (135) vs. Rin Nakai (135)
Kiichi Kunimoto (171) vs. Richard Walsh (171)
Kyoji Horiguchi (125) vs. Jon Delos Reyes (125)
UFC FIGHT PASS PRELIMS
Alex Caceres (135) vs. Masanori Kanehara (135)
Katsunori Kikuno (146) vs. Sam Sicilia (145)
Hyun Gyu Lim (171) vs. Takenori Sato (169)
Michinori Tanaka (135) vs. Kyung Ho Kang (136)
Kazuki Tokudome (156) vs. Johnny Case (156)
Maximo Blanco (146) vs. Dan Hooker (145)
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COMING UP NEXT: UFC FIGHT NIGHT: Hunt vs. Nelson is LIVE on UFC FIGHT PASS on Saturday, Sept. 20 at 3 AM ET/12 AM PT . . . Click here for more
By Jerry Glick
Photo by Peter Frutkoff/PeterFrutkoff.com
Undefeated welterweight Cletus “The Hebrew Hammer” Seldin is the latest star to emerge from Long Island for Star Boxing. Joe DeGuardia, head man at the Bronx based promotional outfit, has developed Long Island native Chris Algieri into a world champion and now Algieri is fighting superstar Manny Pacquaio! DeGuardia plans to use the same strategy to make Seldin into his next champion.
Tonight at the Paramount Theater, Seldin goes for win number fourteen against experienced journeyman Ramesis Gil (8-8-5, 5 KOs).
In his most recent fight, Seldin (13-0, 10 KOs) stepped up against the rugged Bayan Jargal, a veteran who has faced experienced fighters such as Zahir Raheem, Breidis Prescott, Steve Upsher Chambers and WBO junior welterweight champ and Star Boxing stablemate Chris Algieri. Jargal was fortunate to avoid defeat against Seldin’s aggressive attack when he suffered a cut over his right eye from an accidental head butt prompting the doctor to end the bout after two rounds declaring a no contest. (more…)
Photos: Mikey Williams / Top Rank
Konstantin Ponomarev 148.6 vs. Cosme Rivera 145.6
Trevor McCumby 173.6 vs. Martin Verdin 176
Egidijus Kavaliauskas 147.8 vs. Eduardo Flores 145.6
Shane Mosley Jr 161 vs. Marchristopher Atkins: 159.6
Oleksandr Gvozdyk 175.2 vs. Lamont Williams 175.8
Venue: Celebrity Theater, Phoenix, AZ
Promoter: Top Rank
By Gary “Digital” Williams
Here is the scale watch for the GFS Entertainment Promotions card on Saturday, September 20 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC:
Henry Buchanan 173 vs. Alexander Johnson 174
DeMarcus Corley 133 vs. Daniel Attah 135
Demond Nicholson 161 vs. Dennis Sharpe 163
Jarrett Hurd 154 vs. Damon Antoine (will weigh in on Friday)
Jeff Lacy 178 vs. Rayco Saunders 174
Hector Camacho, Jr.’s bout with Ryan Davis has been scratched. No official word was given.
Francisco “The Wizard” Palacios (196) and Epifiano Mendoza (197) face off after weighing in for their cruiserweight main event Saturday night at the Mela Room in Orlando, Florida. The card is promoted by World Wide Elite Entertainment.
By Gabriel F. Cordero
Carlos Cuadras 114.40 vs. José Salgado 114.75
(WBC super flyweight world title)
Irma García 115.75 vs. Simone Da Silva 117.70
(This fight is no longer an WBA bantamweight world title fight as Garcia has relinquished the title.)
Venue: Estadio de Beisbol de Guamuchil,Sinaloa,México
Promoter: Promociones del Pueblo
Photos: Zanfer Promotions
Orlando Salido 130 vs. Terdsak Kokietgym 130
(WBO interim jr lightweight title)
Javier Mendoza 108 vs. Ramón García 108
(IBF jr flyweight title)
Angel Rodríguez 130 vs. Edgar Ramírez 131
Alejandro González 126 vs. Alen Robles 125.5
Elvis Torres 127 vs. José Pech 128
Máximino Flóres 112 vs. David Godínez 112
Venue: Auditorio Municipal Tijuana
TV: beIN SPORTS en Español
Photos: Daryl Bughman/Main Events
Thabiso Mchunu 199 vs. Garrett Wilson 193
Karl Dargan 134 vs. Angino Perez 134
Sullivan Barrera 173 vs. Eric Watkins 175
Joseph Perez 132 vs. Agustine Mauras 134
Piotr Apostol 133 vs. Tyrell White 136
Charles Foster 174 vs. Robert Jackson 182
Anthony Everett 153 vs. David Wilson 158
Venue: Foxwoods Resort, Mashantucket, CT
Promoter: Main Events
Due to demand, “Standing Room Only” tickets priced at $27 for the October 18 “Mexican Style” card at StubHub Center in Carson, California will go on sale Today at 1PM PT it was announced this morning by K2 Promotions. The card is headlined by WBA/IBO middleweight champion Gennady “GGG” Golovkin and WBC interim middleweight champion Marco Antonio “Veneno” Rubio. The co-feature is a WBA featherweight championship showdown between Nonito “The Filipino Flash” Donaire and undefeated Nicholas “The Axe Man” Walters.
“The response to this event has been unprecedented for boxing at the StubHub Center as four weeks to go we’re virtually sold out of tickets,” said Tom Loeffler, Managing Director of K2 Promotions. “Therefore, we’re putting a limited number of Standing Room Only tickets on sale to meet the demand. With the addition of Donaire vs. Walters this card will stand among the very best presented to boxing fans in 2014.”
By Pasi Taavitsainen
Richar Abril 134.7 vs. Edis Tatli 134.7
(WBA world lightweight title)
Juho Tolppola 146.6 vs. Emanuele De Prophetis 145.9
Eva Wahlstrom 132.9 vs. Halanna Dos Santos 130.5
Juho Haapoja 185.1 vs. Attila Palko 182.9
Niklas Rasanen 169.9 vs. George Beroshvili 170.1
Henri Kekalainen 161.5 vs. Ahmed El Ghoulbzouri 161.8
Eemeli Katajisto 185.4 vs. Mustafa Chadlioui 184.5
Arne Ernstsen ?? vs. George Kandelaki 155.2
Venue: Hartwall Arena, Helsinki, Finland
Promoter: Pekka Maki
Caribe Promotions, promoter of WBO/WBA jr featherweight champion Guillermo Rigondeaux, won today’s purse bid for the WBO mandatory defense between Rigondeaux and official challenger Chris Avalos. Caribe was the only participant, winning the right to promote the fight with a bid of $317,777.77. The tentative date is November 22 in Miami or the Dominican Republic.
Photos: Star Boxing
Cletus Seldin, 141 vs. Ramses Gil, 138.8
Alan Gotay, 135.2 vs. Hector Marengo, 135.8
Anthony Karperis, 136.8 vs. Jose Valderamma, 137.4
Constantin Bejenaru, 215.4 vs. Tyabb Beale, 249.6
John Hernandez, 132.2 vs. Dwayne Holman Jr., 135.8
Courtney Pennington, 159.8 vs. Ahmed Tuba, 160.2
Venue: The Paramount, Huntington, New York
Promoter: Star Boxing
Photos: Philip Sharkey
George Groves 167.4 vs Christopher Rebrasse 167.5
George Groves (19-2, 15 KOs) and Christopher Rebrasse (22-2-3, 6 KOs) both made weight ahead of their WBC World Super Middleweight title final eliminator and European Championship clash. Groves and Rebrasse will meet tomorrow night at the SSE Arena, Wembley. The ‘Return of the Saint’ is available to watch live on Sky Sports 2 from 8pm. Tickets are available via ssearena.co.uk and axs.com or by calling 08448 24 48 24.
Kal Yafai is looking to add a second major title to his collection against Herald Molina at the SSE Arena, Wembley tomorrow night live on Sky Sports – and the talented Birmingham man looks to be on a non-stop charge to a World title.
Yafai and Molina battle it out for the vacant IBF Inter-Continental Super Flyweight strap, four months after landing the Commonwealth title in just his 11th fight with a three-round demolition of Yaqub Kareem in Leeds.
The 24 year old poured the pressure onto the former title holder from Nigeria and a sickening left hook to the body at the start of the third round was too much for the visitor to recover from. (more…)
By Leann Perez
Photos: Alan Velazquez / Rocky Mountain Boxing
Rob Frankel 138.6 vs. Robert Rodriquez 139.2
Giovanni Merceron 153 vs. Juan Medina 155.6
Liza Amaya 124 vs. Elizabeth Anderson 117
Juan Rodriquez 154.4 vs. Alfredo Corona 155.8
Jairo Delgado 126.4 vs. Ricky Rodriquez 128
Donald Cobb 181 vs. Jason Anderson 181.4
Adrian Pineda 140.4 vs. Andrew Almaguer 144
Alejandro Ayala 148.4 vs. Alfonso Flores 144.4
Cecelia Martinez 121.6 vs. Rachel Gladwin 127.6
Venue: The Salon Madrid, Commerce City, Co
Promoter: Steve “Match Makin” Mestas and AirTight Boxing
Vermont junior middleweight Chis Gilbert (12-1, 9 KOs) edged previously undefeated Steven Matthews (4-1, 2 KOs) by way of an eight-round decision in Thursday night’s main event on the 13th annual Fight To Educate Pro-Am show at Verizon Wireless Arena in Manchester, New Hampshire. Matthews, fighting out of Greensboro (NC), held a decisive advantage early in the fight until Gilbert caught him with a powerful right that sent him to the canvas for the lone knockdown of the evening. Matthews barely beat the count and was saved by the bell. The two fighters went back and forth the remainder of the fight in which the single knockdown was the difference (76-75 on all three judges’ scorecards. (more…)
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