By Per-Ake Persson
Cruiserweight Noel Gevor (19-0) defends the WBO International title against Nuri Seferi (36-7) in the chief support to Vincenct Feigenbutz vs Davide De Carolis January 9 in Offenburg. Gevor's goal is a world title fight during 2016 and he´s already # 2 with the WBO, # 13 WBA, # 11 IBF and # 16 EBU.
In Seferi Gevor face a tough and experienced opponent. He's been inactive since January when he lost to then future WBO champ Krzystof Glowacki and then a fight against Damir Beljo in Bosnia was postponed several times.
As previously reported Paulie Malignaggi will now take on Antonio Mosciatello December 12 in London and not fight for the EBU welterweight title against Gianluca Branco. However, Malignaggi and Mosciatello will instead fight for the EU title after the co-challengers for the vacant belt withdrew.
As for the Branco fight, the EBU champion released a statement in which it ruled that he withdrew from the fight mid-November due to an injury and that everyone involved, including Team Malignaggi, in addition to his entourage, knew about this.
EBU lightweight champ Edis Tatli now have Ricky Burns as official challenger. The EBU have already called for purse bids and they will opened 21 december at noon in Rome.
Tatli – Burns was on the cards already this fall but fell through.
The undercard to The World Awaits show in Nykoping, Sweden, December 19 is headlined by local lightheavy star Erik Skoglund taking on Derek Edwards over ten three minute non-title rounds.
On the undercard Anthony Yigit face veteran DeMarcus Corley but not over 10x3 as was planned but over 8x3 after the Martial Arts Delegation felt Corley was overmatched over the longer distance. Sauerland Promotion re-applied for a fight over 8x3 and that was approved.
Heavyweight Otto Wallin's fight against Samir Kurtagic had a similar fate. It was nixed by MAD over 8x3 but later approved for 6x3.
All the problems with above fights led to lightheavies Sven Fornling and Alexander Hagen will fight over 4x3.
12-minutes is the max distance generally allowed for professional boxing in Sweden. For anything above that one need special permission from the Martial Arts Delegation.
By Per-Ake Persson
Dec 6, Warzaw, POL, Knockout Gym
8x3, h: Marcin Rekowski, Pol TKO 1 Bartosz Szwarczynski, Pol
Dec 5, ÷rebro, SWE, Tegelbruket, est 500, Fight Life Promotion
I missed the show due to late / cancelled trains.
4x3: Pezhman Seifkhani, 108,6, ÷rebro, Swe W4-U David Gegeshidze, 116,6, Geo
40-35 on all cards. Gegeshidze was down in the first.
4x3: Johnny Iwersen, 107,0, Degerfors, Swe KO 2 (1.27) Georgi Tonev, 103,3, Bul
Tonev was floored in the first and again in the second and counted out standing.
4x3: Vatche Wartanian, 68,8, Stockholm, Swe W4-U Zaurs Sadihovs, 69,2, Lat
40-36 twice and 39-37.
4x3: Marcus Alberts, 90,6, Stockholm, Swe TKO 1 (0.49) Mirnes Denadic, ?. Bos
Denadic arrived to town at 3 AM. A clash of heads made both go down and were counted over. Alberts was up and took out Denadic moments later.
4x3: Johannes Vinasco, 73,0, Stockholm, Swe, debut TKO 3 (not out) Mahmut Gorda, 71,7, Kos/Fra; Gorda took a beating and didn´t come out for the third.
Dec 5, Ugento, ITA
m: Alessandro Goddi, Ita TW9-M Andrea Manco, Ita
WBC Int´l Silver title, it was scored 86-84, 85-84 and 85-85.
sm: Andrea Di Luisa, Ita KO 2 Gabor Zsalek, Hun
sl: Samuele Esposito, Ita TKO 6 Zoltan Horvath, Hun
w: Rodolfo Paterno, Ita TKO 1 Antonio Santoro, Ita
sf: Giuseppe Carafa, Ita W 4 Francesco Grandelli, Ita
m: Antonio Barbagallo, Ita W 4 Antonio Jeva, Ita
sm: Luca Esposito, Ita W 4 Francesco Castellano, Ita
Dec 5, Pyatigorsk, RUS:
Vyacheslav Mirzaev, 56,9, Rus W12-U Issa Nampeche, 57,2, Tan
8x2: Sarah Achieng, 60,9, Ken W8-U Marina Popova, 60,9, Rus
UBO I/C female lightweight title.
Isa Chaniev, 61,9, Rus W8-U Arkagy Arutyunyan, 64,9, Arm/Rus
Makhmud Musalov, 78,8, Rus W4-U Gor Akopyan, 78,4, Arm/Rus
4x3: Manuk Dilanyan, 70,9, Arm/Rus TKO 2 Inal Ramanov, 72,2, Rus
Ismail Iliev, 71,0, Rus W4-U Sergey Markaryan, 68,6, Rus
Dmitry Khasiev, 64,2, Rus W4-U Vadim Kashin, 64,4, Rus
Georgy Tidzhiev, 76,7, Rus W4-U Sergey Katomin, 79,1, Rus
Odilzon Mirzarakhimov, 61,7, Uzb/Rus W4-U Ilgar Gasanov, 62,7, Rus
Dec 5, Gomel, BLR: sanctioned by the Rus Fed
8x3: Aleksandr Kubich, Rus KO 3 Joey Vega, US
Vega suspended four weeks.
6x3: Kirill Samodurov, 76,4, Blr/Rus TKO 5 Izzat Ibragimov, 76,7, Uzb/Rus
Ibragimov suspended four weeks.
Maxim Sirota, 78,4, Blr W6-S Sergey Beloshapkin, 81,1, Rus
58-56 59-55 and 57-59.
Dzmitry Miliusha, 67,2, Blr/Rus W6-U Valere Essomba Ngono, 69,5, Cmr/Rus
60-54 twice and 60-55.
Andrey Isaev, 59,6, Blr/Rus W6-U Firdavs Azimdzhonov, 57,4, Tjk/Rus
58-56, 60-54 and 59-55.
Dec 5, Kiev, UKR, Stereo Plaza
f: Oleg Yefimovych, Ukr W12-U Rudy Encarnacion, Spa
Yefimovich won the vacant EBU and WBA Cont´l titles on scores of 117-110, 117-111 and 118-109.
12x3, fly: Artem Dalakian, Rus KO 1 Robert Kanales, Hun
WBA Cont´l flyweight title
12x3, sb: Oleksandr Yehorov, Ukr TKO 2 Gabor Molnar, Hun
UBO superbantam title.
8x3, w: Dmytro Fedas, Ukr TKO 2 Gergo Vari, Hun
8x3, w: Vladyslav Baranov, Ukr KO 2 Alexander Benidze, Geo
f: Stas Merdov, Ukr W6-U Dzemil Cosovic, Bos
4x3, lh: Igor Kudrytskiy, Ukr TKO 3 Volodmyr Romanenko,
w: Eduard Skavinskyy, Ukr W4-U Giorgi Gviniashvili, Geo
Dec 5, SaarbrŁcken, GER, Saarland Halle, Doberstein Promotion / Boxen im Norden, bdb
sm: JŁrgen Doberstein, Ger W12-U Ruben Eduardo Acosta, Arg
10x3, m: Rafael Bejaran, D R/Ger TKO 2 Peter Orlik, Hun
vacant Int´l German - bdb - title
8x3, sm: Roamer Alexis Angulo, TKO 4 Matingu Kindele,
Dec 5, Hamburg, GER, Inselparkhalle, Sauerland Event, FvA
Jack Culcay, 69,3, Ger W12-U Dennis Hogan, 69,7, Ire
Culcay retained the WBA interim title on scores of 117-111, 119-109 and 116-112.
8x3: Adrian Granat, 120,0, Swe/Ger KO 1 Michael Sprott, 108,4, UK
8x3: Kubrat Pulev, 112,5, Bul KO 1 Maurice Harris, 103,7, US
8x3: Enrico KŲlling, 81,0, Ger W8-U Serhiy Demchenko, 79,3, Ukr
6x3: GŲkalp ÷zekler, 75,2, Ger KO 1 Adnan Hadzihajdic, 70,0, B & H
6x3: Wanik Awidjan, 72,6, Ger TKO 6 Bronislav Kubin, 72,1, Cze
6x3: Ismail ÷zen, 76,5, Ger W 6 Mihai Macovei, 76,2, Rom
Split or majority decision.
6x3, w: Freddy Kiwitt, Uk KO 1 Andrei Dolhozyieu, Blr
Dec 5, Limoges, FRA:
h: Cyril Leonet, Fra W12-U Lucian Bot, Rom
vacant IBF Med heavyweight title.
10x3, sw: Dieudonne Belinga, Fra TKO 6 Julien Leguiset, Fra
vacant French superwelter title.
6x2, sb: Jessica Tamara Vargas, Fra W 6 Gabriella Busa,
w: Boubacar Dangnokhko, Fra W 6 Eric Pata, Fra
6x3, sw: Tautuarii Brillant, Fra TKO 4 David Lecor, Fra
Dec 5, Fontenay-sous-Bois, FRA:
8x3, b: Nordine Oubaali, Fra TKO 1 Gagi Edisherashvili, Geo
w: Ata Edine Moussa, Fra W 6 Sophyan Haoud, Fra
6x3, w: Massi Tachour, Fra TKO 4 Dimitry Halley, Fra
b: Sebastian Iacobas, Fra D 4 Benedikt Croze, Fra
Dec 5, Toulon, FRA:
6x3, m: Jose Gomez, Fra TKO 2 Alex Marongiu, Fra
m: Toufik Bouchkara, Fra W6-U Davids Cilingarjans, Fra
w: Billal Ziadi Cheibane, Fra W4-U Philippe Donat, Fra
Dec 5, Beaune, FRA:
6x3, f: Yoann Boyeaux, Fra TKO 4 Artur Movsesyan, Geo
Dec 5, Venissieux, FRA:
sw: Mohamed Ali Ouali, Fra W 6 Rdouan Aazi, Fra
Dec 5, Saint-Junien, FRA:
c: Brandon Deslaurier, Fra W 4 Maxime Verrons, Fra
4x3, sw: Younes El Filal, Fra TKO 1 Mike Visse, Fra
Dec 5, Forbach, FRA:
4x3, lh: Yassine Khedim, Fra KO 1 Tony Dubois, Fra
Dec 5, Agde, FRA:
lh: Mohamed Fodil, Fra W 4 Bryan Pister, Fra
Dec 5, Spreitenbach, SWI:
8x3: Arnold Gjergjaj, 111,0, Swi TKO 1 Marino Goles, 111,0 Cro
Dec 4, Herlev, DEN, Herlevhallerne, Super Brian & Mogens Palle Promotion
8x2: Daniel Heinze, 74,8, Den, debut W8-U Samir Santos Barbosa, 75,4, Bra
80-72 on all cards. Heinze outboxed the veteran and kept him on the ropes for long spells but could never hurt him. The two minute distance helped of course the newcomer but he still paced himself carefully. But all in all a good debut.
6x2: Pierre Madsen, 109,7, Den, debut TKO 1 (1.43) Randy Billiott, 94.9. US
Billiott was floored twice and then hurt by a right hook downstairs and it was stopped. Madsen looked good while Billiott was brave but not much else.
10x3: Lolenga Mock, 75,1, Den W10-M Alessandro Sinacore, 76,0, Ita
97-93, 96-94 and 95-95. Mock is a slow and faded but full of fight and with relentless stamina and just kept coming. Sinacore, a southpaw, boxed well but couldn´t take the pressure and was outworked. It looked like clear win for Mock.
8x2: Andreas Lynggaard, 76,1, Den W8-U Charles Adamu, 75,1, Gha
78-74 twice and 78-75. Lynggaard was too fast for Adamu but looked at times that he would wilt under pressure from the aging veteran - and the two minute rounds played a big part in this one,
6x2: Tobias SŲrig, 90,0, Den, debut W6-U Marek Kovalevskis, 89,4, Lat
60-52 twice and 60-51. Kovalevskis was down in the first and third and fell over a few times more. Marek finished totally exhausted but did surive. SŲrig was too green and eager.
6x2: JŲrgen Madsen, 77,0, Den, debut W6-U Curtis Gargano, 86,2, Uk
60-54 on all cards. Weights correctly listed. Gargano covered up, showboated and spoiled while Madsen boxed well with straight punches.
6x3: Goncalo Pimenta, 65,3, Por TKO 5 (1.19) Morten Olson, 65,2, Den
Olson came out very fast and worked Pimenta over especially to the body but the Portugese held up well under pressure. Olson faded a bit and was open for counters and it developed into a very tough fight. The Dane took too much but kept coming and was ahead after four at 39-37 twice and 40-36 after four. Pimento then hurt his opponent in the fifth and didn´t let him off the hook and it was stopped with Olson out on his feet.
Dec 4, Rezzato, ITA:
f: Luca Rigoldi, Ita W 6 Antonio Horvatic, Cro
6x2, sb: Vissia Trovato, Ita W 6 Nevenka Mikulic, Cro
f: Dionisie Tiganas, Mol/Ita TW 2 Calogero, Galici, Ita
f: Johannes Sannino, Ita W 4 Gianni Ricupido, Ita
sf: Giuseppe Bucello, Ita KO 2 Marco Scala, Ita
sl: Albert Ciprian, Ita W 4 Skalli Skakib Elkadimi, Ita
w: Marco Di Giamberardino, Ita W 4 Vadim Dedov, Rus/Ita
Dec 4, Perpignan, FRA:
10x2, sf: Angelique Duchemin, Fra W10-U Maria Semertzoglu, Gre
Duchemin won the female EBU superfeather title on scores of 96-94 on all cards.
6x3, m: Samuel Boulogne, Fra TKO 3 Dimitri Lebegue, Fra
4x3, sl: Bastien Ballesta, Fra TKO 1 Anthony Riviere, Fra
l: Othman Ghalem, Fra D 4 Modibo Diarra, Fra
Dec 4, Clermont Ferrand, FRA:
8x2, sl: Farida El Hadrati, Fra TKO 6 Nomadithini Ndyambo,
6x3, w: Kamal Mohamed, Fra KO 1 Aleksejs Palcuns, Lat
Dec 4, La Coruna, SPA:
8x2, fly: Marta Branas, Spa W 8 Maribel de Sousa, Spa
Vacant Spanish female flyweight title.
Moncho Miras, Spa W4-U Javier Venteo, Spa
fly: Valery Yanchy, Spa W6-U Javier Diaz, Spa
Dec 4, Lugano, SWI:
Gashi Disarjot, 74,0, Swi W 6 Amedeo Maurizio, 71,0, Ita
Iuliano Gallo, 53,0, Ita W 6 Patrik Bartos, 53,0, Cze
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