By Per-Ake Persson
The EBU have as expected ordered an immidiate rematch between cruiserweights Dmytro Kucher and Bilal Laggoune. The two fought to a split draw this past weekend in Gent (Belgium). There will now be a period for private negotations that ends November 15. If no deal purse bids will be called for.
The Sauerland Brothers, Kalle and Nisse, announced on Twitter that the fight billed as Bad Blood is on: Danish supermiddles Patrick Nielsen (27-1) and Rudy “Hardhitter” Markussen (39-3-0-1) go at it December 12 at the Brondby Hall on the outskirts of Copenhagen.
Patrick Nielsen vs Rudy Markussen
The 38-year old Markussen came back after an almost three year layoff in September and won on a first round knockout over Ramazi Gogichashvili while Nielsen outscored Samir Santos Barbosa on a show billed as Collision Course and now we have Bad Blood.
The fight is made at 170,5 lbs which most observers feel benefits Markussen, who's been fighting at 168 and 175 for most of his career while Nielsen is up from middleweight.
Hungarian cruiser Imre Szello (8-0) take on tough Argentinian Alejandro Valori (17-8) on Saturday (Oct 17) in Budapest in the headliner of this Felix Racz promotion.
The undercard features the prodebut of middleweight Norbert Harcza, who recently competed in the European Championships and reached quarterfinal. Harcza take on Czech veteran Bronislav Kubin (17-16-2)
Hall of fame promoter Mogens Palle and his partner, retired heavyweight Brian Nielsen will stage their first show in November and promise a show with at least five fights on the bill. There will be one international title fight, three Tomorrow's champions fights featuring Danish talent and what they call a “surprise”. No names are announced or made public but it's billed Danish Fight Night as compared with Sauerland's Nordic Fight Night so one can at least draw the conclusion that there will be an all Danish lineup on the bill.
German lightheavy Enrico Koelling (18-1) has been added to the undercard of Feigenbutz vs De Carolis. Koelling marks time on the undercard with a fight against Karel Horejsek (4-3-1).
Koelling was first set to fight on the planned September 26 show but that was later cancelled.
By Per-Ake Persson
Oct 12, Amsterdam, NTH, Theatre Carre, Ben Bril Memorial
w: Rafik Harutjunjan, Nth W12-U Kelvin Dotel, Spa
Harutjunjan retained the WBFed welter title on scores of 115-112, 116-111 and 114-113. The champion was down in the third but the knockdown wasn´t called and was again on the floor in the 11th and this time was counted over even if it was more a slip.
10x3, sm: Gevorg Khatchikian, Nth KO 10 Varazdat Chernikov,
10x3, m: Josemir Poulino, Nth TKO 9 Farouk Daku, Nth
vacant Dutch middleweight title.
10x2, sb: Jessica Belder, Nth TKO 4 Gabriella Mezei, Hun
vacant Dutch superbantam title
Steve Suppan, Nth D6-S Melvin Wassing, Nth
1/2, 4x3, : Othman Allach, Nth Wdq 3 Samir Kasrioui, Nth
1/2, 4x3: Gino Kanters, Nth TKO 2 Karem El Hahaoui, Nth
1/1, : Gino Kanters, Nth W4-U Othman Allach, Nth
Oct 11, Herne, GER, Shiraz Event Halle, Arena Box Promotion
12x3: Avni Yilderim, 79,35, Tur W12-U Bernard Donfack, 79,35, Ger, bdb
WBC Silver lightheavyweight title, 117-111x2, 118-113.
10x3: Zura Merekeshvili, ?, Geo TKO 6 (0.31) Roman Alesin, 76,2, Ger
8x3: Konstantin Airich, 107,0, Ger TKO 6 (2.45-1kd) Robert Filipovic, 76,2, Ger
4x3: Mohamed Al Zein, 112,0, Ger KO 1 (1,16) Zoltan Beres, ?, Hun
Oct 10, Bilbao, SPA:
10x3, sw: Kerman Lejarraga, Spa TKO 9 Javier Garcia Roche, Spa
sl: Sandor Martin, Spa W6-U Ryan Peleguer, Spa
Oct 10, Barcelona, SPA:
l: Irakli Kurasbediani, Spa W 4 Santos Medrano, Nic/Spa
f: Reynaldo Cajina, Spa W 4 Fernando Suarez, Spa
4x3, sw: Igor Barnych, TKO 2 Pedro Perez,
Oct 10, Principado de Asturias, SPA:
sm: Jose Manuel Iglesias, Spa W10-U Blas Miguel Martinez, Spa
Spanish supermiddle title
4x3, sm: Jose Miguel Fandino, Spa KO 1 Redouan Bentalev,
Oct 10, Riga, LAT, Arena Riga, WFCA Baltic (Viacheslav Osiannykov)
6x3: Ricards Bolotniks, 80,2, Lat W 6 (60-54) Andrejs Pokumeiko, 81,0, Lat
vacant BBU title at lightheavy - with both over the weight limit??
Oct 10, Middelkerke, BEL;
6x3: Hakim Ben Ali, 62,9, Bel W 6 Lubos Priehradnik, 67,1, Slo
6x3: Herve Hubeaux, 103,0, Bel TKO 3 Mario Lakatos, 103,0, Slo
6x3: Younes Amrani, 63,7, Bel TKO 2 Elemir Rafael, 59,4, Slo
6x3: Hedi Slimane, 62,8, Bel KO 1 Zoltan Turai, 63,9, Slo
Oct 10, Vienna, AUS, Admiral Dome
8x3, m: Gogi Knezevic, Aus KO 1 Gabor G Farkas, Hun
4x2, s-fly: Petra Janssen Van Doorn, W 4 Andrea Lakatos,
Oct 10, Rome, ITA, Pallazzo dello Sport,
Abigail Medina, 54,3, Spa TKO 6 Emiliano Salvini, 55,1, Ita
Medina retained the EU superbantamweight title. Salvini was under heavy pressure in the sixth and the towel came in.
Pasquale Di Silvio, 61, Ita, TW 8 Vincenzo Finiello, 60,2, Ita
Di Silvio retained the Italian lightweight title on scores of 77-75, twice and 79-74.
m: Emanuele Blandamura, Ita W 6 Mugurel Sebe, Rom
m: Roberto Bassi, Ita W 6 Abdallah Paziwapazi, Tan
lh: Adriano Sperandio, Ita W 4 Claudio Kraiem, Ita
l: Michael Magnesi, Ita W 4 Carmelo Palermo, Ita
f: Dionisie Tiganas, Ita TW 4 Giovanni Tagliola, Ita
Oct 10, Copertino, ITA:
m: Andrea Manco, Ita W 6 Zoltan Surman, Hun
sf: Giuseppe Carafa, Ita W 4 Giuseppe Bucello, Ita
Oct 10, Aniche, FRA:
b: Steeve Gressiez, Fra W 4 Sebastian Iacobas,
Oct 10, Bernissart, BEL:
Stephane Malenou, 69,4, US W 6 Arnaud Dimidschtein, 70,1, Bel
Evariste Kabeya Kabongo, 72,5, Bel W 6 Hovhannes Kishmiryan, 71,6, Bel
Oct 10, Riazzino, SWI:
Ricardo Silva, 66,8, Swi TKO 5 Sebastien Benito, 65,2, Fra/Ser
Oct 10, Munich, GER, Petko´s Boxpromotion, bdb
10x3, lh: Toni Kraft, Ger KO 3 Frank Bluemle, Ger
German lightheavy (BDB) title.
m: Florian Wildenhof, Ger W6-U Adnan Zilic,
6x3, sm: James Kraft, Ger TKO 4 (not out) Pietro d´Alessio, Ger
6x3, lh: Vartan Avetisian, Ger TKO 1 Adil Rusidi,
h: Srdjan Govedarica, W 4 Edil Delibataoglu,
4x3, c: Andrej Pesic, TKO 2 Aleksandr Vuruna,
sm: Patrik Simon, W4-U Mirko Zdralo,
sm: Sinisa Gambelic, W 4 Attila Korda,
sl: Howik Beraham, W 4 Darko Madkimovic,
Oct 9, Gent, BEL, Topsporthal Vlanderen, Int´l Boxing Event (C Van Den Heede)
Dmytro Kucher, 89,7, Ukr D12-S Bilal Laggoune, 92,25, Bel
Kucher and Laggoune drew over twelve in a fight for the vacant EBU title. It was scored 118-112 Kucher, 115-113 for Laggoune and 114-114. There will most likely be an immidiate rematch.
8x3: Sasha Yengoyan, 70,0, Bel TKO 7 Fouad El Massoudi, 69,5, Fra
Sebastien Steen, 63,5, Bel W6-U Aurelien Lecoq, 62,5, Fra
Ismail Abdoul, 89,0, Bel W6-U Sylvain Luce, 88,5, Fra
6x2: Elfie Philips, 62,7, Bel TKO 3 Daniela David, 62,5, Rom
Oct 9, Ceccano, ITA:
sw: Amedeo Maurizio, Ita TKO 3 Marino Bucciarello, Ita
Oct 9, Wasquehal, FRA:
l: Daouda Sow, Fra W 8 (79-73) Bibi Ondua, Fra
6x2, fly: Sandy Coget, Fra W 6 Claudia Ferenczi, Slo
lh: Smail Boutaleb, Fra W 4 Jeremy Facq, Fra
l: Smail Bakir, Fra W 4 Anthony Esnault, Fra
Oct 9, Marck, FRA:
Joffrey Jacob, Fra W8-U Nodar Robkidze, Geo
78-72 twice and 77-75.
Andrew Francillette, Fra W 6 Davit Ribakoni, Geo
Oct 9, Clermont-Ferrand, FRA, Maison des Sports, Pierre Robin
lh: Igor Mikhalkin, Rus/Ger W12-U Hugo Kaspersky, Fra
Mikhalkin retained the EBU (voluntary defence) lightheavy title on scores of 117-111 twice and 116-113.
10x2, sl: Myriam Dellal, Fra W10-U Milena Koleva, Bul
WBFed female superlightweight title, 97-94 twice and 96-94.
h: Karim Berredjem, Fra W6-U Jakub Wojcik, Pol
sb: Anthony Settoul, Fra W6-U Damian Lawniczak, Pol
Oct 9, Bilbao, SPA, La Casilla
Javier Garcia Roche, 70,0, Spa Kerman Lejarraga, 69,9, Spa
Ryan Peleguer, 62,9, Spa Sandor Martin, 63,3, Spa
Oct 3, Lausanne, SWI:
6x3: Stefano Ciriolo, 66,3, Swi W 6 Sasa Janjic, 66,1, Ser
Oct 2, Vladikavkaz, RUS:
6x3: Ilgar Gasanov, 62,1, Rus TKO 4 (2.11) Alexey Martynov, 67,2, Rus
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