By Per-Ake Persson
Dec 9, Bialobrzegi, POL, Babilon Promotion
8x3, lh: Pawel Glazewski, Pol TKO 3 Oleksandr Garashchenko,
w: Michal Zerominski, Pol W 6 Istvan Kiss,
jw: Krysztof Szot, Pol W 4 Sandor Racz,
m: Kamil Szerementa, Pol W 4 Dzianis Makar, Blr
Dec 8, Herning, DEN, Jyske Bank Boxen, est 10 000, Sauerland Event
Mikkel Kessler, 76,1, Den TKO 3 (0.24) Brian Magee, 76,2, UK
Kessler won the WBA regular title with an impressive stoppage of the tough, defending champion Brian Magee. The fight was off to a tense start where Kessler gained control and scored to the body while Magee pressed the action. Magee was out fast for the second and had Kessler under some pressure but Mikkel moved away and kept trying with stiff jabs to the body and a right - a difficult move against a southpaw opponent because while you can scor you can be caught as well. Kessler however landed a heavy right to solar plexus and Magee went down and was out but got up and held on and fought back until late in the round when heads clashed and then Kessler caught him again with a right to the body. Magee made it through the round but early in the third he was tagged again and went down and referee Luis Pabon waved it off so it goes as a tko.
10x3: Guido Nicolas Pitto, 68,8, Arg/Spa TKO 8 (0.22) Reda Zam Zam, 71,0, Den
Zam Zam made Pitto miss and dominated the action in the first four but when the tall, rangy Pitto found the range he hurt Zam Zam in the fifth. Reda came back somewhat in an exciting sixth round but was hurt and out on his feet in the seventh. He made it through the round with the help of the referee and was for some reason allowed out for the eighth but Pitto opened up and the helpless Dane was rescued on his feet
8x3: Rudy Markussen, 79,0, Den TKO 1 (2.12) Daniel Regi, 79,0, Budapest, HUN
Regi was floored by a left hook downstairs 5 seconds into the fight and after two more knockdowns it was stopped.two more knockdowns later. Regi replaced Ferenc Hafner but it didn´t matter. Rudy vs inferior opponents spell ko!
8x3: Erik Skoglund, 78,4, Swe TKO 3 (0.15) Joe Ainscough, 79,3, Uk
Skoglund scored with sharp, snappy jabs and then followed up with right hooks as Ainscough tried to tie him up but only got hold of one hand ... Ainscough floored twice in the second and a third time early in third for a stoppage. Skoglund looks sharp and is ready to step up in level of opponents.
6x3: Torben Keller, 70,2, Den TKO 1 (2.33) Gary Boulden, 70,5, Uk
Boulden was stunned by a right hand, tried to retaliate and got tagged again and again until finally floored and was out but somehow got up and was stopped under protest - but he was out of it.
Micki Nielsen, 90,7, Den W4-U Egidijus Kakstys, 176,5, Lat
Kakstys, too small, was down in the second and lost on scores of 40-34 twice and 40-33. Kakstys was a late sub for Dominik Ameri, who in turn subbed for A Gadajew.
Denis Ceylan, 58,0, Den W4-U Antonio Rodriguez, 58,0, Spa
40-36 on all cards with the bigger, better schooled Ceylan outboxing his wildswinging opponent.
Simen Smaadal, 78,5, Nor W4-U Vladzimir Kharkevich, 77,0, Blr
40-35, 40-36 and 39-37. Smaadal punched a lot but wasn´t very effective and Kharkevich bled from the nose but covered up well.
Alexander Hagen, 79,2, Nor W4-U Josef Obeslo, 79,5, Cze
Hagen too eager and the rather inept Obeslo survived with ease. 39-36 twice and 38-37. Hagen had - correctly - a point deducted in the fourth for low blows.
Kristoffer Storm, 79,2, Den W4-U Tomas Kugler, 78,5, Cze
prodebut and Sauerland trial for Sturm, who was too big, willing and strong for Kugler. It was scored 40-36 on all cards.
Dec 8, Dombasle-sur-Meurthe, FRA:
c: Gregory Tony, Fra W 6 Tomas Mrazek, Cze
Dec 8, Besancon, FRA:
lh: Mickael Besancon, Fra W 8 Vygaudas Laurinkus, Lit
Dec 8, Katowice, POL: Knockout Promotions
m: Damian Jonak, Pol W10-U Jackson Osei Bonsu, Bel
Jonak won on scores of 99-91, 98-90 and 99-90.
c: Lukasz Janik, Pol W8-U Ismail Abdoul, Bel
80-73, 77-75 and 77-76.
c: Izuagbe Ugonoh, Pol TKO Mathieu Monnier, Fra
c: Lukasz Rusiewicz, Pol TKO Dominik Ameri, Ger
sm: Michal Starbala, Pol TKO 1 Vladimir Fecko, Cze
jl: Michal Chudecki, Pol W4-U Roland Mohacsi,
4x3, jl: Lukasz Maszczyk, Pol TKO 2 Oszkar Fiko,
w: Patryk Szymanski, Pol W6-U Laszlo Fazekas,
Dec 8, Assago, ITA:
jm: Riccardo Pintaudi, Ita TKO 3,c Michele Mottolese, Ita
jw: Renato De Donato, Ita W 6 Santos Medrano, Nic
Dec 8, Espoo, FIN, Ringside Gym, P 3 Boxing, (dinner show)
Edis Tatli, 61,0, TKO 1 (1.24) Paolo Gassani, 61,1, Ita
Tatli hurt Gassani with a left hook and followed up until it was stopped and thus won the vacant EU 135 lb title
10x3: Niko Jokinen, 75,0, Fin KO 1 (2.59) Fatah Baghban, 74,5, Spa
Baghan walks into a left hook and goes down and out.
Jarkko Putkonen, 64,0, Fin W6-U Ivan Godor, 65,0, Slo
59-56 twice and 60-57 but apparently close enough for a draw.
6x3: Eemeli Katajisto, 81,6, Fin KO 1 (2.10) Lubo Hantak, 80,6, Slo
Left hook to the body ends matters.
Mirkko Alanko, 74,5, Fin debut W4-U Ladislav Nemeth, 71,75, Slo
40-36 twice and 40-37.
Dec 8, Podolsk, RUS:
h: Denis Bakhtov, Rus W10-U Danny Williams, Uk
99-90, 99-89 and 99-88, Williams down rounds three, four and eight.
6x3, lh: Dmitry Sukhotsky, Rus TKO 1 Vladimir Borovski, Ukr
w: Roman Seliverstov, Rus W6-U Vyacheslav Yakovenko,
6x3, jm: Karen Avetisyan, Rus KO 2 Arman Ovsepyan,
m: Vusal Aliyev, Rus W6-U Maxim Nikonorov, Rus
4x3, w: Mikhail Smirnov, Rus KO 2 Ivan Varlamov, Rus
Dec 8, Hainaut, BEL,
Farid Hakimi, 63,6, Bel W6-U Aurelien Lecoq, 64,9, Bel
Dec 7, Livorno, ITA:
Lenny Bottai, 69,8, Ita KO 9 Harun Akcabelen, 69,7, Tur/Ger
vacant WBC Med superwelter title
Gianluca Frezza, 65,6, Ita W10-U Antonio Mosciatello, 65,7, Ita
Frezza retained the Italian welter title on scores of 97-93 twice and 98-92, '
w: Marcello Matano, Ita W 6 Giovanni D´Antoni, Ita
Dec 7, Pontedera, ITA:
l: Alessandro Balestri, Ita W 6 Fabrizio Trotta, Ita
Dec 7, Clermont Ferrand, FRA:
b: Anthony Settoul, Fra W12-U Craig Lyon, Uk
Settoul won the vacant EU title on scores of 115-113 twice and 116-112.
jw: Chaquid Fadli, Fra W10-M Abdoulaye Soukouna, Fra
Fadli won the French title on scores of 96-94 twice and 95-95.
lh: Hugo Kasperski, Fra TKO 3 Juan "El Payo" Martinez Bas, Spa
Fouad El Massoudi, Fra W6-S Rafael Chiruta, Rom/Spa
57-56 and 58-57 for El Massoudi and 57-56 for Chiruta.
4x2, jw: Farida El Hadratti, Fra KO 3 Zsofia Bedo, Hun
w: Morgan Ndong Zue, C F W4-U Jair Cortes, Ecu/Spa
39-38, 39-37 and 40-36.
Dec 2, Szentes, HUN, Felix-Promotion
m: Attila Kovacs, Hun W 6 Laszlo Szekeres, Hun
lh-c: Oscar Ahlin, Swe TKO 2 Attila Szatmari, Hun
c: Sandor Nagy, Hun TKO 2 Norbert Nagy, Hun
h: Csaba Faur, Hun W 4 Sandor Polgar, Hun
w: Balasz Torteli, Hun W 4 Nandor Seres, Hun
Dec 2, Wolomin, POL, Babilon Promotion
l; Miguel Aguilar, Nic/? W 8 Krzystof Cieslak, Pol
6x3, h: Krzystof Zimnoch, Pol TKO 4 Ferenc Zsalek,
m: Kamil Szeremeta, Pol, debut W 4 Janos Lakatos,
Dec 2, Alcorcon, SPA,
6x3, b: Joaquin Cespedes, Spa TKO 5 Marcu Benone, Rom
Dec 2, Albertville, FRA:
lh: Nicolas Dion, Fra W 6 Attila Tibor Nagy,
Dec 1, Rebecq, BEL;
10x3: Dardan Zenunaj, 56,2, Bel KO 2 Andres Varga, 57,0, Hun
Zenunaj won the vacant Belgian featherweight title.
4x3: Sheldon Moore, Bel TKO 2 Honore Tubare, 69,5, Bel
Dec 1, Martigny, SWI
Sebastien Cornu, 59,45, Fra W 6 Patrick Kinigamazi, 59,1, Swi
Dec 1, Basel, SWI:
8x3: Arnold Gjergjaj, 113,5, Swi TKO 2 Maksym Peryura, 112,1 Ukr
Dec 1. Paris, FRA, gymnase Jape, Elisabeth Alonso,
c: Kalembre Kayenga, Fra TKO 2 Joszef Nagy, Hun
l: Franck Petitjean, Fra W 6 Sezer Erunsal, Fra
c: Engin Karakplan, Fra W 6 Gabriel Lecrosnier, Fra
Dec 1, Montoir de Bretagne, FRA:
Yoann Bloyer, 76,5, Fra W6-U Armand Andre, 75,2, Fra
60-54 twice and 59-54.
Dec 1, Laval, FRA:
w: Bastien Laforge, Fra W 6 Simas Volosinas, Lat
w: Stanislas Salmon, Fra W 6 Arvydas Trizno, Lat
w: Jordy Weiss, Fra W 4 Yohann Le Bronnec, Fra
Dec 1, Pierrelaye, FRA
4x3, jm: Maxime Hodee. Fra TKO 2 Patrick Coquin, Fra
jw: Alexandre Lepelley, Fra W 4 Guy Albert Haguy, Fra
4x3, jl: Anthony Tamisier, Fra W dq 3 Antoine Debucquet, Fra
Dec 1, Pessac, FRA:
jm: Nicolas Dubreuil, Fra W 6 Zoran Didanovic, Ser
6x3, jw: Yohan Garanx, Fra TKO 2 Nemanja Kristin, Ser
6x3, sm: Gaetan Guerin, Fra W 6 Misa Nikolic, Ser
Dec 1, Martigny, SWI
Patrick Kinigamazi, Swi W 8 Sebastien Cornu, Fra
Dec 1, Rezzato, ITA:
Leonardo Bundu, 66,2, Ita TKO 1 Ismael El Massoudi, 66,4, Fra
Bundu retained the EBU welter title with a surprising first round stoppage of El Massoudi.
Fabio Tuiach, 101,6, Ita TKO 4,ret Kreso Bogdanovic, 112,0, Cro
Alessandro Murgia, 71,8, Ita KO 3 Marijan Markovic, 74,0, Cro
jm: Gheorghe Sabau, Rom/Ita KO 1 Soufiene Ouerghi, Tun/Ita
jw: Brunet Zamora, Ita W 6 Michael Isaac Carrero, Nic
jw: Samuele Esposito, Ita W 6 Luis Garcia, Nic
Dec 1, Duesseldorf, GER, Burg-Waechter Castello, Sturm Box Promotion, bdb
10x2, fly: Carina Moreno, W10-S Susi Kentikian, Ger
WBA flyweight title, 96-94 twice for Moreno and 97-93 for Kentikian.
10x3, jm: Andreas Reimer, Ger KO 1 Mike Keta, Ger
vacant German (BDB) jr middle title
6x3, lh: Patrick Dobroschi, Ger TKO 2 Roman Javoev,
h: Adnan Redzovic, B & H W6-U Ladislav Kovarik, Cze
sm: Alex Born, Ger, debut W4-U Piotr Tomaszek, Pol
Dec 1, Maliano, SPA:
6x3, jw: Daniel Rasilla, Spa KO 6 Paulo Hermezilha, Por
4x3, jm: Sergio Garcia, Spa KO 3 Carlos Eduardo Mata Faria, Por
4x3, sm: Ivan Gonzales, Spa KO 4 Rafael Chiruta, Rom
Dec 1, Santa Pola, SPA:
jw: Emiliano Casal, Spa KO 2 Jose de Jesus Lopez, Spa
Nov 30, Ancona, Marche, ITA:
Michele Focosi, 60,0, Ita D10-S Pasquale Di Silvio, 60,0, Ita
The vacant Italian lightweight title remained vacant after a split draw: 96-95 Focosi, 95-95 and 96-94 for Di Silvo
Nicola Cipolletta, 60,5, Ita D 6 Raffaele Laezza, 60,5, Ita
Gianluca Ceglia, 62,5, Ita W 4 Agim Hamza, 61,5, Kos/Ita
Carmine Tommasone, 62,5, Ita W 4 Marco Delmestro, 65,0, Ita
Giuseppe Rauseo, 70,0, D 4 Emanuele Pinzi, 72,0, Ita
Nov 30, L´Hospitalet de Llobregat, SPA, Hotel Fira Congress, Gallego Prada / Ko Verdun:
6x3, Isaac Real, Spa KO 2 Euclides Espitia, Spa
Sandor Martin, Spa W6-U Victor Segura, Spa
Karim El Ouazghari, Spa W6-U Michael Escobar, Nic
Toni Delgado, Spa W4-U Jose Antonio Elizabeth, Nic
Nov 30, Bilbao, SPA:
6x3, l: Nacho Mendoza, Spa W dq 5 Santos Medrano, Nic
Andoni Gago, Spa W 4 Vitaly Shivanov,
Nov 29, Enghien, FRA,
10x3; Frederic Serre, 69,8, Fra vs Jimmy Colas, 70+kg, Fra
Colas lost the national title when he failed to make weight.so Larbi stepped in at short notice and Franck Harroche Horta came in to fight Menasria
6x3: Salim Larbi, 69,3, Fra Karim Menasria, 67,8, Fra
10x3: Frederic Serre, TKO 7 Salim Larbi
jm: Frank Harroche Horta, ?, Fra W6-U Karim Menasria,
60-54 on all cards.
6x3: Sofiane Bellahcene, 58,3, Fra W6-U Mehdi Boubekeur, 60,8, Fra
60-54, 59-56 and 60-56.
6x3: Jean Bernard Vandenbussche, Fra W6-M Kevin Bertogal, 68,0, Fra
59-56, 60-54 and 57-57.
Nov 29, Craiova, ROM,
f: Viorel Simion, Rom TKO 4 Ryan Sermona, Rom
WBC Int´l title 126 lb title, 40-36x3.
Nov 17, Champagnole, FRA:
l: Yoan Porteillier, Fra W 6 Santos Medrano, Nic
By Per-Åke Persson