By per-Ake Persson
Nov 5, Troitsk, RUS:
sm: Max Vlasov, Rus W10-U Khoren Gevor, Ger
100-90 twice and 99-91.
l: Alisher Rahimov, Rus W10-U Michal Dufek, Cze
100-89, 100-90 and 99-91. Dufek lost a point for holding in the ninth.
lh: Ilshat Khusnulgatin, W6-U Sergiy Akimov, Rus
Akimov was down in the third, 60-53 twice, 59-54.
?: Aik Shakhnazaryan, W4-U Dmitry Lavrinenko,
40-36 twice and 40-37.
?: Bahruz Kazimov, debut W4-S Akhmed Dzakhurov,
40-37 twice for Kazimov and 39-37 Dzakhurov.
Nov 3, Halle / Westfalen, GER, Gerry Weber Stadion Halle, Sauerland Event
Marco Huck, 90,2, Ger W12-U Firat Arslan 90,0, Ger
Huck retained the WBO title on two scores of 115-113 and an out of line 117-111. Arslan pressed the action and scored with an hurtful left upercut that had Huck´s nose bleeding. Huck was under pressure but got more into it in the last half of the fight. It was close but most seemed to think Arslan´s workrate had won him the fight. It was a tough, absorbing fight fought at a fast pace so full marks to both.
Dustin Dirks, 79,2, Ger W12-U Cleiton Conceicao, 78,7, Bra
Dirks won the vacant WBA I/C lightheavy title on scores of 117-107, 117-108 and 120-104. Conceicao was down in the second and had points deducted for holding in rounds four, seven and twelve. It was an ugly fight where Dirks loaded up too much and Conceicao, much smaller, spoiled his way through the action.
Edmund Gerber, 105,0, Ger W8-U Darnell Wilson, 109,5, US
Wilson hurt Gerber late in the first but was then outboxed in the remaining seven. 79-73 twice and 79-74.
8x3, lh: Robert Woge, 79,4, Ger TKO 5 Sergej Demchenko, 78,7, Ita
Enrico KŲlling, 81,8, Ger W6-U Ivan Maslov, 79,2, Rus
David Graf, 89,0, Ger W8-U Blanchard Kalambay, 86,3, Kon/Bel
Kalambay was down in the first and last.
Tyron Zeuge, 78,0, Ger W6-U Matingu Kindele, 77,1, Bel
Nov 3, Tacoma, WA, Emerald Queens Casino
w: Vitaliy Demyanenko, W10-S Damian Frias,
97-92 and 95-94 for Demyanenko and 96-93 for Frias. Frias was down in the seventh.
Marcos Naider and Roberto Santos - Foto: GEPA/Mario Kneisl
Nov 2, Vienna, AUS, Multiversum Schwechat, Sauerland Event
m: Robert Santos, Spa D12-M Marcos Nader, 72,2, Aus
115-114 Nader and 114-14 twice. Nader boxed very well to begin with showing exellent handspeed but also an alarming lack of power. Santos patiently stalked his opponent, cut the ring off and at the end he had Nader under serious pressure. It still looked like he had left it too late but two judges felt otherwise and Santos can return home with the EU title.
lh: Andrej Maurer, Ger W4-U Tomas Kugler, Cze
sm: Henry Weber, 78,0, Ger W8-U Sergej Rozvadovskij, 79,6, Lit
Weber was rattled in the fifth but outworked Rozvadovskij the rest of the way.
lh: Timy Shala, Aus W6-U Attila Baran, Aus
Shala, a very inflated record, outpunched Baran most of the way of a sloppy fight.
10x3, m: Istvan Szili, 72,4, Hun TKO 3 Francesco Di Fiore, 71,9, Ita
c: Leon Harth, Ger KO 1 Robert Andrasik, Slo
Nov 2, Bologna, ITA:
Simone Rotolo, 72,2, Ita W10-U Lorenzo Cosseddu, 72,2, Ita
Rotolo retained the Italian middleweight title on scores of 100-90, 99-91 and 98-92.
Piero Mucci, 73,1, Ita W 6 Ronny McField, 73,4, Nic
Massimo Avosani, 65,0, Ita TKO 2 (1.29) Alexandru Florin, 65,8, Rom
Samuele Esposito, 63,5, Ita KO 1 Laszlo Horvath, 65,8, Hun
Elga Comastri, 55,3, Ita KO 2 (0.39) Anamarija Maras, 55,3, Cro
Nov 1, Izegem. BEL:
Jean Pierre Bauwens, 62,9, Bel W8-U Innocent Anyanwu, 62,7, Nth/Bel
78-74, 78-73 and 80-71. Bauwens had a point deducted in the last for losing his mouthpiece.
6x2: Delfine Persoon, 60,5, Bel KO 3 Marianna Golyas, 56,6, Slo
Arno Casteleyn, 79,0, Bel W 6 Manuel Antonio, 79,4, Bel
6x3: Islam Teffahi, 69,0, Bel W dq 3 Hovhannes Kishmiryan, 69,0, Bel
Ayoub Nefzi, 69,3, Bel W8-U Orlando Membreno, 69,6, Nic
79-70 on all cards. Membreno had two points deducted and Nefzi one for various irregularities.
Reda Azzaoui, 68,0, Bel W 6 Ivo Cilurzo, 68,0, Bel
Oct 27, Isola del Liri, ITA:
l: Vincenzo Finiello, Ita Tdr 2 Giuseppe Lo Faro, Ita
Oct 26, Baton Rouge, LA, Casa Bell Casino
4x3, h: David Loy, Swe/US TKO 3 Robert Murray, US
Loy - first set to fight Levi Bowling Oct 27 in W Memphis, AR - stopped Murray with an overhand right, right upercut.
By Per-Åke Persson
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