By Per-Ake Persson
March 19, Haarlem, NTH:
4x3, h: Willy Kyakonye, KO 1 Gino da Fonseca, Nth
March 19, Barcelona, SPA:
4x3, sm: Arturo Tomas, Fra TKO 3 Ruben Valcarel, Spa
March 19, Kharkov, UKR, br selected results
4x3, sm: David Gorohovets, TKO 2 Vladyslav Mishchenko,
March 18, Malmö, SWE, Baltiska Hallen, est 2000, EC Boxing
Alexander Dimitrenko, 117,8, Hamburg, Ger KO 1 (2.07) Adrian Granat, 111,8, Malmö, Swe / Hamburg, Ger
Dimitrenko began nervously and Granat pushed him around bit and showed who is the boss. Dimitrenko looked like he was about to fall (and was in fact pushed over once) but then threw a left hook that was partly blocked and Granat reacted to it. Then came another left hook. Granat was more careful but still came forward but walked into a perfect right hand counter and fell on his back in neutral corner. He somehow got up but was gone and it should have been stopped but it was allowed to continue. Dimitrenko followed up with Granat barely able to stand and he took some hard punches before going down again and this time referee Timo Habighorst stopped the count and waved the fight over. Granat had somewhere picked up a bad cut over the left eye as well. He entered the ring to a song called "I´d rather die than lose". He had probably also heard about Dimitrenko´s nervous breakdowns and allowed the hype to take over.
Sven Fornling, 79,4, Malmö, Swe W10-U Arijan Sherifi, 79,4, Berlin, Ger
99-91 twice and 98-92 and Fornling won the vacant IBF Baltic title with another blood (two bad cuts over the right eye) and guts battle. Fornling have improved boxingwise a little but it is still about exellent fighting spirit and conditioning. Sherifi was the better boxer but was worn down and was close to being stopped in the ninth but survived and had a good last round. The scorecards looked a bit generous to the Swede but he won.
Igor Mikhalkin, 81,0, Irkurts, Rus W8-U Yevgeni Makhteienko, 80, Prague, Cze
80-72, 78-74 and 79-73 and a good workmanlike performance from Mikhalkin against an hardpunching, decent opponent.
Daniel Hartvig, 66,8, Gothenburg, Swe W4-U Pal Olah, ?. Budapest, Hun
40-35 twice and 39-37. There were many more or less accidental headbutts and Hartvig was badly cut over the left eye and Olah had a point deducted in the fourth. Hartvig is a fighter´s fighter but lacks defence.
Simon Henriksson., 69,4, Malmö, Swe W4-U Mateusz Krajewski, 68,0, Plock, Pol
39-36 twice and 40-36. Krajewski, a southpaw, was down in the second but Simon was too eager to finish it.
6x2: Patricia Berghult, ?, Malmö, Swe W6-S Karina Kopinska, ?, Dabrowa Gornicza, Pol
59-55 (out of line), 58-56 Berghult 58-56 for Kopinska, who forced the fight and landed with a big right a few times. To me it was 58-56 Kopinska.
Nikola Milalic, 90,4, Hamburg, Ger W4-U Giulian Ilie, 90,0, Ploiesti, Rom
40-36 twice and 39-37. A sparring session with Ilie, an aging veteran, in it to survive.
4x3: Junior Maximus, 105,0, Düsseldorf, Ger TKO 2 (2.40) Abdulnaser Delalic, 10,7,0, Vogoska, B & H
Delalic looked the part but tired quickly and after two standing eight counts in the second he was stopped or retired on his feet bleeding from the nose.
Sebastian Formella, 70,0, Ger W4-U Krzystof Szot, 68,1, Pol
40-36 on all cards. Formella boxed well at long range but tired a bit in the fourth.
Hüseyn Cinkara, 90,6, Schifferstedt, Ger W4-U Jakub Wojcik, 90,0, Wrecyka, Pol
40-34 on all cards. Wojcik, a southpaw, was down twice in the third but shook Cinkara with his left twice and Cinkara was very careful after that.
4x3: Ali Eren Demirezen, 109,8, Hamburg, Ger TKO 2 (0.19) Oleksandr Pavliuk, 100,0, Katowice, Pol
Pavliuk boxed well and Demirezen went all out - and he is pretty good and walked through Pavliuk forcing a stoppage early in the second.
March 18, Aarhus, DEN, Ceres Arena, Sauerland Promotion
Dennis Ceylan, 56,9, Den Tdr 4 Isaac Lowe, 56,7, Den
Ceylan was badly cut after an accidental headclash and with less than four rounds completed it was called off and ruled a technical draw. The taller, stylish Danish started very well with Lowe coming on a bit in the third and fourth. It was scored 30-27 twice and 29-28 for Ceylan.
10x2: Dina Thorslund, 65,3, Den KO 1 (0.36) Gabriella Mezei, 55,0, Rom
Mezei proved to be a complete bum and how she made it this spot as co-challenger for the vacant EBU female superbantam title is a good question.
6x3: Mikkel Nielsen, 69,4, Den TKO 6 (0.47) Flavio Turelli, 69,8, Swi
Nielsen gave Turelli a beating in every round and after being floored in the sixth it was finally stopped.
4x3: Frederik Hede Jensen, 57,0, Den TKO 2 (1.07) Tibor Nadori, 56,0, Hun
Nadori was down in the first and twice in the second. Prodebut for Jensen.
Adam Bashanov, 75,6, Den W4-U Janos Varga, 75,0, Hun
40-35 on all cards. Varga was down in the second.
12x3: Efren Rustemi, 56,9, Kos/Swi KO 2 (1.58) Ricardo Humberto Ramirez, 103,3, Arg
Rustemi down in the first, twice in the second and he also had a point deducted for spitting out the mouthpiece.
March 18, Leipzig, GER, Arena, est 5500. SES / Z!, bdb
Robert Stieglietz, 79,3, Ger D12-S Nikola Sjekloca, 79,3, Mne
Stieglitz, normally fast out of the gate, began slowly and had a point deducted in the tenth but salvaged the EBU title on scores of 115-113, 114-114 and 113-114.
12x3: Dominic Bösel. 79,2, Ger TKO 6 (2.59) Sami Enbom, 79,2, Fin
Bösel retained the WBO I/C and WBA Con titles and added the IBF I/C title to the collection. It was even after five but in the fifth Enbom went down and was stopped late in the round.
Mariusz Wach, 117,0, Pol W12-U Erkan Teper, 114,3, Ger
Wach won the vacant IBF East/West title on scores of 115-113 twice and 116-112. It was close enough for a rematch - and apparently there will be one.
Phillip Nsingi, 66,1, Ger W10-U Kasim Gashi, 66,5, Ger
vacant Int´l German title, scored 97-92, 98-91 and 99-90.
10x2: Sandra Atanassow, 57,0, Ger W10-S Gabriella Busa, 54,3, Hun
Vacant Int´l German female featherweight title scored 96-94 on all cards.
Jürgen Uldedaj, 90,0, Ger W6-U Ziso Poulitsa, 81,3, Ger
60-54 twice and 59-55.
March 18, Auxerre, FRA:
sb: Sofian Bellahcene, Fra W 10 Daniel Martins, Fra
French superbantamweight title.
sl: Maxime Devignaud, Fra W 6 Youssef Ouali, Fra
sm: Diego Natchoo, Fra D 6 Martin Owono, Fra
sw: Martin Delgado, Fra W 4 Marvin Daniel, Fra
m: Jeremy Bougamont, Fra D 4 Roman Dietre, Fra
March 18, Cernay, FRA:
w: Gary Moussa, Fra W 4 Jamal Wahib, Fra
4x3, f: Amilcar de Jesus Monteiro Tavares, Fra TKO 1 Lernik Martirosian, Fra
March 18, Romilly-sur-Seine, FRA:
sw: Sacramento Pereira Fernandes, Fra D 6 Dimitry Halley, Fra
March 18, Montceau, FRA:
12x3, w: Mickael Lacombe, Fra TKO 3 (not out) Anzor Gamgebeli, Geo
vacant WBFed Eurasia title.
4x3, sm: Moughit El Moutaouakil, Fra KO 2 Toufik Lekhehal, Fra
March 18, Chatellerault, FRA:
6x2, f: Ericka Rousseau, Fra W 6 Jessica Sanchez,
lh: Cyril Joly, Fra W 4 Eossfy Kouassi, Fra
March 18, Vienna, AUS: FvA
h: Markus Kurta, Aus W 4 Aleksandar Todorovic, Swe/Ser
Todorovic claims he was robbed.
March 18, Darmstadt, GER, Heinz Reinhard Halle, sanct ?
10x2, fly: Raja Amasheh, W10-U Kleopatra Tolnai,
100-90 on all cards, WBC Silver female title.
10x3, sf: Ali Guencavdi, Ger TKO 2 Artur Movsesyan, Geo
interim WBC Youth I/C title ... ??
March 18, Santa Ponsa, Islas Baleares, SPA:
w: Jose Del Rio, Spa W10-U Adil Anwar, Uk
6x3, sl: Fran Suarez, Spa TKO 2 Vicente Campaner, Spa
sf: Jon Martinez, Spa D 4 Sean Pendry, UK
March 18, Barcelona, SPA: Club Entrena en Barcelona
sw: Liam Smith, Uk W 4 Marian Cazacu, Rom
Ex WBO king in "secret" tuneup prior to big domestic showdown vs Liam Williams.
6x3, m: Abner Lloveras, Spa TKO 5 Josue Maranillo, Spa
sw: Fahad Al Thani, Spa TKO 2 Marius Racaru, Rom
sw: Jorge Pinilla, Spa W 4 Gheorghe Henk Mihai, Rom
March 18, Maliano, SPA:
sw: Bruno Ortega, Spa W 4 Geiboord Omar, Nic
March 18, Rome, ITA,
sm: Valerio Ranaldi, Ita TKO 10 Alessandro Sinacore, Ita
Italian supermiddle title.
m: Alex Marongiu, Ita W 6 Diego Di Luisa, Fra
c: Yassine Habachi, Ita TKO 5 Mattia Faraoni, Ita
March 18, Istanbul, TUR; Silence Hotel, bdb
10x3, c: Firat Arslan, Ger TKO 3 (not out) Gezim Tahiri, Kos/Aus
8x3, h: Umut Camkiran, Tur KO 1 Zoltan Csala, Hun
March 18, Abidjan, IC,
c: Henry Mobio, IC D 6 Jevgenijs Stamburskis, Lat
The Latvian story is that Mobio was down twice in the second and again in the sixth.
March 17, Moscow, RUS, "Arbat", Punch Boxing Promotions Ltd
Ayk Shakhnazaryan, 63,45, Rus W12-U Al Rivera, 62,95, Phi
WBC Int´l title, scored 116-113, 115-113 and 115-114.
Manvel Sargsyan, 62,95, Arm/Rus W10-U Evgeny Pavko, 63,35, Rus
WBC Int´l Silver title, scored 95-93 twice and 96-92.
Alexey Evchenko, 66,8, Rus W8-S Islam Dumanov, 67,3, Rus
77-75 and 77-76 Evchenko and 78-75 Dumanov.
Vage Sarukhanyan, 62,2, Rus W8-U Giovanni Straffon, 61,55, 61,55, Mex
Vladimir Sarukhanyan, 64,4, Arm/Rus W8-U Eldorbek Sayidov, 65,8, Uzb
80-72 twice and 80-73.
Vazir Tamoyan, 67,35, Rus W6-M Grigory Gafarov, 67,45, Rus
59-56 twice and 57-57.
Erzhan Zalilov, 57,2, Kaz/Rus W6-U Xumonyun Rustamov, 55,96, Uzb
60-51 on all cards. Zalilov cut and suspended four weeks.
Edgar Ghukasyan, 67,8, Arm/Rus W6-U Ilya Reutski, 66,25, Blr
March 17, Joensuu, FIN; Steel Ring
Marko Mononen, 105,2, Fin W4-U Markus Lampinen, 92,7, Fin
38-37, 40-35, 50-36. Lampinen was down in the second.
Sakari Lähderinne, 72,2, Fin W4-U David Kis, 72,6, Hun
40-36 twice and 40-37.
Alex Vassiliev, 72,9, Fin W4-U Gyula Nagy, 75,6, Hun
40-36 on all cards.
4x2: Lotta Loikkanen, 52,2, Fin W4-U Gyongi Acs, 52,2, Hun
40-36 on all cards.
March 17, Pont-Sainte-Maxence, FRA:
m: Yassine Morjane, Fra W 8 Ambrosi Sutidze, Geo
l: Sabri Sediri, Fra W 4 Anthony Riviere, Fra
c: Guillaume Hauet, Fra W 6 Jevgenijs Andrejevs, Lat
lh: Daniel Blenda Dos Santos, Fra W 4 Andrejs Loginovs, Lat
March 17, Saint Etienne, FRA:
8x2, sf: Elhem Mekhaled, Fra TKO 4 Wendy Vincent, Fra
vacant French female superfeather title.
March 17, Puy-de-Dome, FRA:
sl: Bastien Ballesta, Fra W 6 Abderrahman Cherragi, Fra
h: Karim Berredjem, Fra W 6 Euloge Bakanda Boule, Fra
March 17, Essen, GER, Recovery Fight Club, Hani El Jarie, gba
6x3, h: Patrick Korte, Ger TKO 2 (not out) Asad Adrovic,
6x2, l-fly: Özlem Sahin, Ger W6-U Claudia Ferenczi, Slo
60-54 twice and 60-55.
4x3, m: Akmal Sadullaev, Ger TKO 3 Dogan Kurnaz,
4x3, w: Dejan Pavlovic, TKO 1 (2.50) Bader Fattah,
4x3, h: Hasan Kurnaz, TKO 2 Sezer Sahin,
March 11, Oberhausen, GER, ASK Gym, Eda Essaoudi, gba - and apparently not recognized by boxrec as "real".
4x2, sf: Eda Essaoudi, Ger W 4 Kristina Jeftenic,
m: Jerome Kock, Ger W 4 Darko Vasiljevic,
h; Hasan Kurnac, Ger TKO 3 Elmin Handaganic,