Persson's euro results
By Per-Ake Persson
Sep 18, Moscow, RUS: Hrunov Promotion
sb: Aleksander Bakhtin, Rus W12-U Roli Gasca,
vacant IBO superbantam title
l: Eduard Trojanovski, Rus TKO 8 (not out) Joseph Van Minoza,
vacant PABA 135 lb title
8x3, lh: Igor Mihalkin, Rus TKO 6 Hamza Wandera, Uga (never made it to Sweden as some source have had it)
w: Denis Shafikov, Rus W8-U James Onyango, Ken
80-73 twice and 80-72.
8x3, jw: Roman Andreev, Rus TKO 2 Claudine Lacerda, Bra
6x3, f: Nikolay Potapov, Rus KO 2 Roberto Santos de Jesus, Bra
h: Vladimir Goncharov, Rus, debut W4-U Excell Holmes,
Aleksander Bakhtin (r) vs Roli Gasca
Sep 16, Morena, Roma, ITA:
jm: Emmanuele Della Rosa, Ita W 10 Ronny McField, Nic
jm: Riccardo Lecca, Ita W 8 Santos Medrano, Nic
Sep 16, Prato, ITA:
jm: Francesco Di Fiore, Ita W 6 Norbert Szekeres, Hun
Sep 15, Bamberg, GER, Stechert Arena, Sauerland Event
Yoan Pablo Hernandez, 90,7, Ger W12-U Troy Ross, 87,7, Can
Hernandez retained the IBF cruiser title on scores of 114-113, 115-112 and 116-112 in an all southpaw clash. Hernandez, much taller, began fast but was caught in the third and moments later he fell but now count was issued, which was probably correct. In the fifth Hernandez got caught by another big southpaw left and was hurt and sat down to avoid Ross. The champ had no legs under him for the entire round and held for dear life with ref David Fields watching. In the sixth Hernandez continued to hold while Ross waited too much and by the seventh the Cuban was more steady and was a little more active in a rather passive round. A left in the ninth shook Ross and Hernandez opened up with both too tired to be effective. Ross trainer instructed his man he needed to box more and that blew th fight for the challenger, who probably lost a few even rounds by not working hard enough. To me Ross appeared to have done enough to win but then again to win abroad you must fight hard in every round.
Roberto Santos, 72,1, Spa TKO 8 (0.45) Dominik Britsch, 72,2, Ger
Santos won the vacant EU middleweight title with surprise stoppage of Britsch, who was worn down and by the fifth he moved on heavy legs and in at the end of the seventh he was floored by a left hook to the body. Early in the eighth Santos went all out and Britsch was hurt by a left upercut to the head and a left upercut to the body. As he moved away it was stopped.
10x3: Mateusz Masternak, 88,8, Pol TKO 8 (not out) David Quinonero, 89,5, Spa
Quinonero well beaten and retired after the seventh.
8x3: Edmund Gerber, 106,2, Ger TKO 4 (2.51) Michael Sprott, 110,0, Uk
Gerber, cut between the eyes, threw a left hook that was blocked and then a straight right that Sprott for some reason left himself open for and was caught. Sprott went down on his back, got up but was unsteady but appeared to recover quickly - but then referee Gerhard Siegl stopped it. Sprott went mad and pushed the referee, who fell into the ropes and went down. Things calmed down quickly though and Sprott apologized. Gerber appeared to be just a little sharper in an interesting fight.
10x3: Marcos Nader, 72,7, Aus W10-U Damien Bertu, 72,5, Fra
99-91, 99-92 and 98-92.
Sep 15, Seinšjoki, FIN: P 3 Boxing
Juho Haapoja, 89,7, TKO 4 (not out) Francesco Versaci, 90,4, Ita
Happoja retained the EU cruiser title as Versaci retired due to a claimed shoulder injury. Versaci lost the first and rocked, was more into it in the second and hurt in the third and fell with only the ropes holding him up. Haapoja landed a follow up punch as well and Versaci got a count and then got through the round and retired in the corner.
Jussi Koivula, 67,9, Fin W8-U George Ungiadze, 67,25, Geo
78-73 twice and 80-70. Ungiadze was down in the first.
Jarno Rosberg, 104,5, Fin W8-U Ivica Perkovic, 124,0, Cro
80-73 twice and 79-75.
4x3: Eemeli Katajisto, 81,9, Fin TKO 2 (2.45) Joszef Orsos, 79,0,
4x3: Alan Higgins, 74,2, Uk TKO 2 (2.32) Richard Hajdu, 73,0,
Sep 15, Gent, BEL:
Tarik Madni, 62,3, Bel W 6 Aurelien Lecocq, 62,8, Bel
4x3: Ismail Abdoul, 91,0, Bel KO 2 S. Behlulocic,
Sep 15, Budapest, HUN, Felix Promotion & Toto Boxing
sm: Balasz Kelemen, Hun W6-U Tamas Vass,
Vass down in the first and third.
Sep 15, Basel, SWI:
Arnold Gjergjaj, 112,0, Kos/Swi KO 1 Alexander Kahl, 119,0, Ger
8x2: Milena Koleva, 60,2, Bul W 8 Nicole Boss, 60,2, Swi
Sep 15, Sarroch, ITA:
sm: Alessandro Murgia, Ita TKO 7 Adam Csipak, Hun
jm: Valentino Sanna, Ita W 6 Aron Csipak, Hun
Sep 14, Halle / Saale, GER, outdoor stadium, Arena Box Promotion / THE (Timo Hoffmann Event), gba
Timo Hoffmann, 115,0, Ger NC 6 Steffen Kretschmann, 103,4, Ger
Hardfought with Kretschmann faster and scoring well from his southpaw stance. Hoffmann got stronger as the fight progressed ... but then the rain came and along with the wind the canvas was soon soaking wet and Kretschmann began to slip and all of a sudden the two fighters decided it was impossible to continue fighting and it was called off with a rematch set for Dec 14. The fight was billed as for the "EFA" title - another GBA bs bogus invention.
Erkan Teper, 111,1, Tur/Ger W8-U Gbenga Olougun, 107,0, Nig/Ger
Olougun, a late sub for Konstantin Airich, was off to a good start but then - again - posed a bit too much with Teper working harder without being effective. At the bell ending the sixth Gbenga nailed Teper with a perfect counter and Erkan went down in delayed effect - but no count was issued. Then in the 8th Olougun scored with a solid right hook to the body and Teper doubled over - but it was ruled as a low blow and Teper played it out big time. No scoring announced but with two knockdowns Olougun would have won.
8x3: Roman Belaev, 66,5, Rus/Ger TKO 7 (2.10) Semjons Moroseks, 65,9, Lat
Moroseks fought well in a classical USSR style but Belaev kept the pressure up and by the fifth Semjons was in it to survive only. In the seventh he went down three times from Belaev´s bodyshots and all out pressure and it was stopped.
8x3: ‹nsal Arik, 76,0, Ger KO 3 (0.25) Gyorgi Marosi, 75,8, Hun
Marosi in it for a payday, down in the second and third - the last time ten and out.
Sep 14, Cantabria, SPA:
jw; Daniel Rasilla, Spa W6-U Iban Gallardo, Spa
4x3, jm: Sergio Garcia, Spa TKO 3 Raul Gonzales, Spa
Sep 11, Lanciano, ITA:
lh: Andrea Di Monte, Ita TKO 5 Jozef Kusmirek, Slo
Sep 9, Manzano, ITA:
Gianluca Frezza, 65,95, Ita W10-U Italo Brussolo, 66,2, Ita
Frezza defended the national welter title on scores of 99-91,97-93 and 97-95.
Sep 7, Miranda del Ebro, SPA:
l: Andoni Alonso, Spa Tdr 2 Jair Cortes, Spa
Sep 9, Senta, SER: Ringfighter Promoter (Mihalj Halas)
6x3: Bogdan Mitic, 147,75, Ser TKO 2 (2.02) Nikola Todorovic, 152, debut
Vuk Mitic, 158,75, Ser W 6 (60-54) Gheorghe Balan, 156,5,
Robert Halas, 174,25, W 4 (40-35) Bata Tibor, 171,75, debut
Misa Nikolic, 172, Ser W 4 (40-36) Arpad Torok, 170,75, debut
4x3: Milos Jovanovic, 202,75, Ser TKO (2.16) Gaza Nemeth, 213,75, debut
Mile Nikolic, 180,75, Ser W 4 (40-36) Ivan Cicmil, 172,
Konstantin Semerdiev, 191,75, Bul W 4 (40-36) Vladimir Nikolic, 187,5,
Jovan Kaludjrerovic, 198,5, Ser W 4 Constantin Marian Armenga, 191,75,
Sep 9, Manzano, ITA:
w: Gianluca Frezza, Ita W10-U Italo Brussolo, Ita
Frezzo defended the national welter title on scores of 99-91,97-93 and 97-95.
Sep 8, Vasa, FIN, local nightclub, est 350, Caramelito Promotions, lat
h: Janne Katajisto, Fin W8-U Danny Williams, UK/Lat
Katajisto retained the BBU title on scores of 78-74, 79-74 twice. No knockdowns, Williams had a good round in the fifth but was overall second best.
w. Teemu Tuominen, Fin W dq 3 Christian Pastarini, Ita/Hun
Pastarini was floored in the first and finally dq:d after losing his mouthpiece numerous times.
Sep 8, Moscow, RUS:
Vitali Klitschko, 248, Ukr TKO 4 (2.04) Manuel Charr, 241,5, Ger
Klitschko retained the WBC heavyweight title as Charr was stopped due to a bad cut around the right eye. Charr was down in the second from a left hook but proved when he attacked that Vitali is past his peak. The cut was caused by a left hook and while it bled heavily it didn´t seem that bad so the stoppage seemed a bit premature - at least from TV.
Magomed Abdusalov, TKO 2 Jameel McCline, US
vacant USNBC heavyweight title
m: Andrey Meryasev, Rus TKO 10 Muhitdin Rajapbaev,
for vacant WBC Baltic 160 lb title
f: Ayup Arsaev, TKO 5 Khavazhy Khatsyhau,
WBC Baltic featherweight title
h: Vyacheslav Glazkov, Ukr W10-U Konstantin Airich, Ger
vacant WBC Baltic Silver title. Arich not suspended but have tested positive for steroids after the Solis fight in Texas and is "under investigation".
4x2, jw: Svetlana Kulakova, W4-U Iryna Bartash,
Sep 8, Hattersheim, GER, Karl-Eckel-Halle, Hake Sevecke, bdb
Sevecke´s annual charity show:
lh: Konni Konrad, KŲln TKO 6 Ata Dogan,
m: Vito Vendetta, Frankfurt/Main W 6 Vladimir Fecko, Cze
6x3, m: Nuhn Lawal, Ger TKO 5 Phillip Kolodzej,
?: Butrint Rama, Swi/? TKO 2 Zdenek Siroky, Cze
c: Issa Prinz El-Sleiman, Reutlingen TKO 4 Josef Holub, Cze
Holub was floored in the first, twice in the third and again in the fourth when the towel came in.
c: Nysret Sopaj, D 4 Koeksal Orduhan,
sm: Davide Doria, Erlangen TKO 2 Kamil Mitras,
Mitras down in the first and stopped in the second.
sm: Milo Ahmed, Wuppertal, debut TKO 3 (not out) Hacan Turmus,
Turmus retired with a suspected broken arm.
Sep 7, MŁhlheim an der Ruhr, GER, RWE Halle, SES, bdb
Francesco Pianeta, 110,0, Ger W10-U Francois Botha, 124,9, RSA
Pianeta won on scores of 99-92, 100-90 (announced as 100-96) and 97-93.
Christina Hammer, 70,3, Ger W10-U Yahaira Hernandez, 72,5, D R
Hammer retained the WBO and WBFed titles on scores of 100-85 on all cards. Hernandez was floored in the fourth and ninth and had points deducted in the eighth and tenth.
Jonathan Profichet, 78,4, Fra TKO 1 (2.47) Denis Simcic, 79,1, Ger
Profichet won the WBO European title with an upset stoppage over Simcic, who was caught cold, went down, got up but never recovered and was stopped.
6x3: Christian Hiller, 80,0, Ger W6-U Dominik Amari, ?, Ger
58-56, 59-55 twice.
6x3: Markus Tomala, 102,9, Ger W6-U Tomas Mrazek, ?, Cze
60-54, 59-55 and 59-56.
6x3, jm: Deniz Ylbay, W6-U Michel Vosyka,
6x3, w: Sergio Vartanov, 66,5, Ger W6-U Jan Balog, ?, Cze
60-53 on all cards, Balog was floored in the last.
Sep 7, Berlin, GER, Universal Hall, Prime Time Event (Robert and Eva Rolle), gba
lh: Robert Rolle, Ger TKO 2 Turgay Uzun, Ger
Rolle won the vacant NBA lightheavy title with an easy stoppage of Uzun - who appears to have come in on very late notice.
Leon Harth, Greifswald, Ger KO 2 Yuttona Krongthon,
Harth is trained by Sebastian Sylvester
6x2, m: Maria Lindberg, Swe/bdb TKO 2 (1.55) Borislava Goranova, Bul
Again, despite suspension after a serious head injury Lindberg sneaks through the big holes in the boxing safety net and stops the washed up Goranova in the second.
Sep 6, Chiari, ITA:
m: Piero Mucci, Ita TKO 7 Jorge Ortiz, Col
m: Altin Dedej, Alb/Ita TKO 2 Marian Hodorog
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