Sep 25, Riga, LAT:
m: Ilja Slahota, KO 2 Andrejs Nebosenko,
jl: Jevgenijs Fjodorovs, Lat D 4 Janis Puksins,
w: Konstantins Sakara, Lat KO 1 Vitalijs Lukjanskijs,
sm: Dmitrijs Vdovins, Lat TKO 2 (not out) Aleksandrs Tomadze, Lat
Sep 25, Krasnodar, RUS:
m: Dmitry Pirog, TKO 11 (not out) Gennadyi Martirosyan,
Pirog retained the WBO middleweight title when Martirosyan was retired by his corner after taking a bad beating.
jw: Khabib Allahkverdiev, WTD6-U Nate Campell,
Campbell cut after an accidental clash of heads and it was stopped with Allahkverdiev ahead on scores of 60-55 twice and 60-56.
jl: Fedor Papazov, TKO 6 Jahongir Abdullaev,
lh: Roman Simakov, TKO 4 Muhktar Khizriev,
sm: Maxim Vlasov, KO 1 Gasan Gasanov,
c: Dmitry Kudriashov, TKO 2 (not out) Vyacheslav Sherbakov,
w: Konstantin Ponomarov, Rus W6-U Sergey Sergeev,
Sep 24, Hamburg, GER, DIMA Sportcenter, est 1300, Universum Box Promotion
Alexander Dimitrenko, 113,5, Ger W12-U Michael Sprott, 107,5, UK
Dimitrenko retained the EBU heavyweight title on scores of 116-111, 119-108 and 117-111. Sprott had a point deducted early in the tenth for punching after the bell of the ninth and in the 12th for pushing. Dimitrenko started well but faded somewhat in the middle rounds and became increasingly sensitive to Sprott´s punches. The Brit waited too long though and Dimitrenko got out of rough spots; The win was ok but perhaps not with numbers the judges had.
Darnell "Ding-a-Ling" Wilson, 104,0, US W10-M Juan Carlos Gomez, 109,0, Cub
End of the line for Gomez, who fighting with an injured shoulder, fought a lethargic fight while Wilson seemed to enjoy it and found a home with a wide right hook. It was scored 96-94 twice and 95-95 but looked wider.
10x3: Rachkim Chakiev, 90,5, Rus KO 4 (1.43) Michael Simms, 92,0, US
Simms seemed unprepared and was floored in the second by a left from Chakiev in this all southpaw battle. Simms took a beating to the body and was staggered in the third and then finally knocked out by left hooks to the body.
8x3: Denis Boytsov, 97,5, Rus TKO 6 (1.25) Matt Greer, 109,0, US
Greer looked every bit like someone looking for a place to lay down but hung in there and while Boytsov scored almost at will he also hade to be careful and the fight dragged out. Greer was bleeding badly from the nose and was deadtired and staggered when it finally was stopped.
8x2; Ina Menzer, 57,5, Ger W8-U Ela Nunez, 57,5, US
80-72 and 79-73 twice. Menzer outboxed Nunez most of the way.
Vitali Tajbert, 58,7, Ger W6-U Andrej Kostin, 58,5, Rus
60-54 on all cards. Kostin was hurt in the third from a left hook to the body. A sparring session for Tajbert.
Marcel Meyerdiercks, 58,2, Ger W8-U Mikhail Avakian, 58,2, Geo
77-75 twice, 77-76. Meyerdiercks faded after a good start and had a lot of problems in the end his awkward opponent.
Taras Bidenko, 98,5, Ukr/Ger W6-U Pavels Dolgovs, 113,0, Lat
60-55, 60-54 and 60-54. Bidenko had too much of everything for Dolgovs but couldn´t hurt him.
Samariddin Holboev, 58,3, Rus W4-U Csaba Toth, 58,3, Hun
One-sided, 40-36 on all cards.
4x3, l: Said Rahimi, Ger KO 3 Stanislavs Leonovs, Lat
4x3, sm: Surik Donsdean, Ger KO 1 Aleksandrs Tomadze, Lat
4x3, h: Adam Lautenschlager, Ger KO 1 Pavel Durco, Cze ??
Sep 24, Frenkendorf, SWI:
Istvan Szili, 72,6, Swi W 8 Sergei Melis, 72,6, Est
Sep 24, Fribourg, SWI:
Mohamed Belkacem, 79,65, Swi TKO 4 Mounir Toumi, 79,3, Ger
Bruno Tavares, 77,65, Swi TKO 5 Andreas Roeder, 81,9, Ger
Andre Deobald, 67,1, W 6 Jamal Dlala, 69,45, Swi
Sep 24, Vasa, FIN, Caramelito Promotions (Markus Lammi)
10x3, h: Janne Katajisto, Fin TKO 7 Petter Antman, Fin
for vacant Finnish and BBU heavyweight titles.
Jarko Jussila, Fin TKO 3 Sergejs Kirillovs, Lat
Janne Forsman, Fin W4-U Dariusz Balla, Pol
Sep 24, Gostivar, MAC:
c: Nuri Seferi, Alb TKO 3 (not out) Tony Ingelrest, Fra
Seferi retained the WBO European title as Ingelrest retires with an injured hand.
Sep 23, Vilnius, LIT, Siemens Arena, Bigger´s Better Tournament:
Maksym Pediyura, W3-S Oeczan Cetinkaya,
Remigiljus Ziausys, W3-U Aleksejus Stankevicius,
Constantin Pejenaru, TKO 2 Maksym Pediura,
Sep 23, Madrid, SPA: Polideportivo Sage 2000, Rimer Boxe & Club Barcelo
sb: Joaquin Cespedes, Spa TKO 5 Ivan Ruiz Morote, Spa
Morote a late sub for Ali Hallab is stopped in the fifth in this fight for the vacant EU superbantam title.
6x3, sb: Sergio "Schuster" Prado, Spa TKO 2 Karim Quibir, Spa
6x3, jm: Georg Tsiklauri W 6 Daniel Perez Salido, Spa
6x3, m: Jose Yebes, Spa W 6 Fatah Baghban,
6x3, f: Alex Mora, Spa W6 Reynaldo Cajina,
4x3, jl: Mohamed El Mourabit, W 4 Cristian Morales, Spa
Sep 23, Helsinki, Finland
Juho Haapoja, 89,5, Finland W 12 Faisal Ibnel Arrami,l 89,9, France
Haapoja won the vacant EU title on scores of 117-110, 114-113 and 116-111. Haapoja floored Arrami in the fourth but faded in the later rounds.
Denis Shafikov, 63,5, Rus TKO 9 (not out) Giuseppe Lauri, 63,2, Ita/Hun
Shafikov, P 3 Boxing´s Russian star, won the vacant EBU jr welter title when Italian veteran Giuseppe Lauri, since a few years fighting out of Budapest, floored in the eighth, didn´t come out for the ninth.
8x3: Edis Tatli, 61,9, Fin W8-U John Nolasco, 61,1, D R
80-72 on all cards,
8x2: Eva WahlstrŲm, 59,0 Fin KO 7 Marisol Reyes, 58,9, D R
6x3: Niko Jokinen, 75,9, Fin W6-U Mike Algoet, 76,2, Bel
58-55 twice and 58-56.
Jarno Rosberg, 103,2, Fin W6-U Paul Butlin, 110,5, UK
59-54 on all cards. Butlin deducted a point in the final round for low blows.
Sep 23, Parla, SPA:
sb: Franklin Teran, Spa TW 5 Sergio Gomez
f: Oscar Sanchez Sandoval, Spa TKO 3 Vasile Dascalu,
Sep 9, Saint Denis, Reunion, FRA:
jw: Miriam Lamare, Fra W10-U Lely Luz Flores,
WBFed female jr welter title. 100-90, 100-91 and 98-92.
8x3, c: Fabrice Aurieng, Fra KO 2 Muhammed Ali Durmaz, Ger
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