By Per-Ake Persson
June 7, Melilla, SPA, Pavillion Javier Embrada, est 800
sw: Fran Gonzales, Spa W10-U Nordin Abderrahman, Spa
Mundo Hispano superwelter title (at least announced like that)
Mikaela Lauren vs Victoria Cisneros / Photo: Andreas L Eriksson/Bildbyrån
June 6, Stockholm, SWE, Eriksdalshallen, est 1000, Fighting Spirit (Mikaela Lauren)
10x2: Mikaela Lauren, 69,0, Stockholm, Swe TKO 4 (1.06) Victoria Cisneros, 67,6, US
Lauren retained the WBC title, and added the UBF (!) bauble to her Collection (which now read five belts). Cisneros was a late sub for Hanna Gabriel and came in on a week´s notice. She took a beating in every round as Lauren landed with almost at will and referee Guido Cavalleri correctly called it off with Cisneros against the ropes with a nosebleed and under pressure but not hurt.
4x3: Victor Fabretto, 79,6, Vasteras, Swe TKO 2 (1.53) , 76,2, Pol
Fabretto was much stronger and floored his opponent twice with knockjabs before it was stopped.
Mohammed Saleh, 69,2, Vasteras, Swe W4-U Pawel Seliga, 69,6, Pol
40-36 on all cards. Saleh dominated the fight with Seliga trying hard throughout.
Edward Bjorklund, 57,5, Ystad, Swe D4-M Damian Lawncziak, 57,9, Pol
38-38 twice and 39-37 for BjŲrklund after a messy fight where both switched stance but was seldom effective.
June 6, Budapest, HUN, Lurdy Shopping House, S.R.O Promotion (Norbert Nemesapati)
lh: Norbert Nemesapati, Hun W10-U Michal Ludwiczak, Pol
WBO Youth title. 99-89, 96-92 and 97-91. Ludwiczak had a point docked in the fourth for an elbow and was floored in the fifth.
m: Ferenc Albert, Hun W 6 Joszef Kormany, Hun
m: Achilles Szabo, Hun W 6 Peter Orlik, Hun
4x3, m: Balasz Horvath, Hun TKO 2 Mihaly Voros, Hun
c: Viktor Biscak, Hun W 4 Gabor Zsalek,
4x2, b: Erika Kalderas, Hun W 4 Claudia Ferenczi, Slo
4x2, l: Gina Charmie, Hun W 4 Klaudia Vigh,
June 6, Basel, SWI, St Jakob Halle, BC Basel (Angelo Gallina)
h: Arnold Gjergjaj, W12-U Denis Bakhtov,
Gjergjaj won the vacant EE title on scores of 116-111, 117-111 and 115-112. Gjergjaj was down in the fifth and hurt his right hand in the fifth. An upset looked likely but Gjergjaj found the range for his left and Bakhtov faded somewhat.
Disarjot Gashi, W6-U Giuseppe Rauseo,
Stefano Ciriolo, W4-U Aleksandar Chukaleski,
6x2: Pamela Triand, W6-U Theodora Hristov,
June 6, MŁhlheim an der Ruhr, GER, Rheinlandhalle, FFC 56 Promotion, gba
Turgay Uzun, 72,4, Ger W12-M Omar Jatta, 72,4, Ger
Uzun won the GBC title in scores of 116-112, 117-111 and 114-114 and got revenge over Jatta.
sw: Ilhami Aydemir, W 6 Mazen Gierke, Ger
h: Alexander Frank, Ger W 4 Marco Heinichen, Ger
h: Andrei Mazanik, Ger W 4 Koeksal Orduhan, Ger
4x3, m: Harro Stein, Ger TKO 1 Enrico Kniesch, Ger
lh: Ziso Poulitsa, Ger W 4 Yesilat Berkta, Ger
4x3, sw: Fahed Hassan, TKO 1 Josef Redlich,
June 6, Sedan, FRA:
m: Nino Pelamatti, Ita W 4 Zahari Mutfchiev, Bul
f: Hamed Abgour, Ita W 4 Issa Dolgatov,
June 6, Divion, FRA:
b: Jeremy Beccu, Fra W 8 Georges Ory, Fra
June 6, Montoir de Bretagne, FRA:
lh: Valentin Freulon, Fra W 6 Jevgenijs vet Andrejevs, Lat
l: Joel Cazeneuve, Fra W 6 Dieudonne Ngolo, Fra
sl: Charly Couedor, Fra W 6 Cedric Seguy, Fra
June 6, Eindhoven, NTH:
sm: Nieky Holzen, Nth W 6 Ahmed El Ghoulbzouri, Bel
June 6, Kempton Park, RSA, Emperors Palace, Golden Gloves Promotions (Rodney Berman)
Johnny Muller, 89,1, RSA W10-S Mateusz Masternak, 90,05, Pol
95-93 on all cards, two for Muller, one for Masternak. Muller was down in the fifth and seventh and most felt Masternak had won.
8x3.sl: Roman Zhailauov, Rus TKO 1 Luyanda Jako,
June 6, Erie, PA, Presque Isle Downs Casino
8x3, sb: Antonio Nieves, KO 1 Gabor Molnar,
June 5, Flemington, Victoria, AUS:
sm: Blake Capparello, Aus W10-U Affif Belghecham, Fra
vacant PABA and WBO Oriental titles.
June 5, Etxebarri, SPA:
f: Jon Fernandez, Spa KO 1 Vasile Gigel, Rom
Gigel, born 1988, made his prodebut.
June 5, Pont-Audemer, FRA:
This was a tribute show to the late Alex Vistine.
Maxime Beaussire, 65,8, Fra W10-M Steven Bloyer, 66,0, Fra
Beaussire won the vacant French welter title on scores of 98-92 twice and 95-95.
Cyril Leonet, 103,9, Fra TKO 8 Fabrice Aurieng, 112,3, Fra
Leonet retained the French title.
1/1 TF, zone nord: David Papot, 69,8, Fra W6-U Bruno Flavien Bogongo, 69,3, Fra
59-55, 60-54 and 58-56.
1/1, TF, zone nord: Andrew Facillette, 71,4, Fra W 6 Romain Tilliot, 71,7, Fra
Jonatan Outin, 61,4, Fra W4-M Toni Picard, 61,0, Fra
39-37, 40-36 and 38-38.
June 5, Cattolica, ITA:
Orial Kolaj, 79,0, Ita W10-U Stefano Abateangelo, 79,0, Ita
Kolaj won the vacant Italian lightheavy title on scores of 97-91, 96-93 and 96-94.
Mirko Larghetti, 87,0, Ita TKO 2 Gyorgy Novak, 85,0, Hun
Luca Podda, 79,0, Ita KO 1 Sandor Feka, 78,5, Hun
Diego Di Luisa, 70,5, Ita KO 1 Gabor Ambrus, 70,0, Hun
June 5, Broni, ITA:
m: Andrea Cimichella, Ita W 4 Danilo Zito, Ita
June 5, Sesto Fiorentino, ITA:
m: Alex Marongiu, Ita W 6 Davide Traversi, Ita
June 5, Milano, ITA, AIBA Pro boxing, -91 kg:
Clemente Russo, Ita W 8 Roman Golovaschenko, Ukr
David Graf, Ger W 8 Yamil Peralta, Arg
June 5, Madrid, SPA, Palacio Vistalegre, est 2300, Tundra / Rimer Boxe
sl: Nicolas Gonzales, Spa TKO 3 Nacho Mendoza, Spa
Gonzales won the Spanish superlightweight with a hardfought stoppage win over capable veteran Mendoza.
l: Cristian Morales, Spa W10-U Pablo Fuego, Spa
Morales won the vacant Spanish lightweight title on scores of 97-95 and 96-95 twice.
sb: Luis Espinosa, Spa W4-U Javi Diaz, Spa
40-36, 40-37 and 39-38.
f: Ruben Garcia, Spa W6-S Clark Telemanou, Spa
59-56 and 58-57 for Garcia and 58-57 for Telemanou.
l: Cristian Velez, Spa D6-S Marcos Soria, Spa
59-56 Velez, 57-57 and 58-56 for Soria.
sf: Eric Pambani, Spa KO 2 Gheorghe Alexandru, Rom, prodebut
fly: Angel “Dandy” Moreno, Spa W6-U Edwin Tellez, Nic/Spa
60-54 on all cards.
June 4, Paris, FRA:
sl: Yazid Amghar, Fra W 6 Karim Aliliche, Fra
June 4, Clermont-Ferrand, FRA:
lh: Hugo Kasperski, Fra W10-U Patrick Bois, Fra
Kasperski won the French lightheavy title on scores of 96-94 on all cards - a decision that left Bois furious but he acknowledged he hadn´t worked hard enough.
h: Karim Berredjem, Fra W 6 Hrvoje Kisicek, Cro
6x3, lh: Armen Ypremyan, Fra TKO 2 Ivan Stupalo, Cro
June 4, Moscow, RUS, Krylya-Sovetov, A. Davtyan
Vage Sarukhanyan, 61,2, Rus W10-U Carlos Ricardo Rodriguez, 61,3, Arg
100-90 on all cards.
Manvel Sargsyan, 63,2, Arm/Rus W8-S Oleg Korobko, 64,6, Ukr
77-76 and 79-74 for Sargsyan and 78-76 for Korobko.
6x3: Denis Kenzhegaliev, 65,5, Rus TKO 4 (not out) Arutyun Seferyan, 65,3, Rus
Maxim Chenezov, 77,5, Rus D4-S Egor Bakulin, 75,3, Rus
6x3: Georgy Chelokhasev, 63,0, Rus TKO 1 (2.37) Artem Skornyakov, 63,0, Ukr
Skornyakov was floored twice.