By Per-Ake Persson
Sauerland have today announced the headliners for the show at the Sporthalle in Hamburg April 27. EBU lightheavy champ Juergen Braehmer, 39-2, takes on Frenchman Tony Averlant, 18-7-2, in a voluntary defence of the title he won from Eduard Gutknecht. Gutknecht beat Averlant on points but many felt the Frenchman had nicked it - however since then Averlant lost to German Mounir Toumir in a big upset.
In the co-feature jr middle "Golden" Jack Culcay, 14-0, take on Guido Nicolas Pitto, an Argentinian based in Spain, who made a big impression in stopping Dane Reda Zam Zam, and is probably the toughest opponent yet for Culcay.
Mateusz Masternak´s defence of the EBU cruiser title that was first set for Denmark April 13 and then moved to Austria April 12 where they had Frenchman Jeremy Ouanna as opponent is now cancelled.
Masternak will instead fight for the WBC International Silver title against Shawn Corbin and it´s back to Denmark April 13 - Fredrikshavn to be exact.
Jr welter Jarkko Putkonen headlines a P 3 Boxing / Mikael Nissi promotion April 6 in Sala, Finland, Putkonen face Brahim Kamal from the Netherlands in what will be his last fight before heading to Lebanon on a six month an UN peacekeeping mission.
Lightheavy Eemeli Katajisto face another Dutchman, Farouk Daku over six in the co-feature.
By Per-Ake Persson
March 24, Baccaiano Montespertoli, ITA:
w: Giacomo Mazzoni, Ita W 6 Robert Ruffini, Ita
March 24, Flobecq, BEL:
12x3: Dardan Zenunaj, 57,5, Bel KO 1 Hovhannes Zhamkochyan, 58,5, Bel
vacant IBO Int´l jr lightweight title.
Arnaud Dimidschtein, 63,8, Bel D 8 Innocent Anyanwu, 62,6, Nth
4x3: Jordan De Simone, 62,5, Bel KO 1 Radoslav Baca, 63,7, Slo
4x3: Francesco Patera, 61,5, Bel KO 1 Simon Belko, 59,5, Slo
Reda Azzaoui, 63,0, Bel W 4 Pascal Bouchez, 61,0, Bel
March 23, Magdeburg, GER, GETEC Arena (Bördelandhalle), est 7000, Sauerland / SES, FvA
Robert Stieglitz, 76,0, Ger TKO 4 (not out) Arthur Abraham, 76,0, Ger
Stiegltiz won the WBO title when Abraham didn´t come out for the fourth due to a swollen shut left eye in an upset that put the crowd on fire. Stiegtlitz was out fast, almost desperate, and Abraham covered up. In the second Abraham was forced to trade with Stieglitz and there were some heated exchanges with few clean punches scored. Then a right hand from Stieglitz got Abraham in big trouble and he held on and one could see the left eye begin to swell. In the third Abraham looked like an old man with eye shut and Stieglitz exploded and had Abraham in big problems. Arthur then held and punched and had a point deducted. Ulli Wegner didn´t leave the ring when the bell for the fourth rang and dr Walter Wagner checked the eye, asked Abraham if he wanted to continue and got the answer no and it was stopped.
Robert Helenius, 108,6, Fin W10-U Michael Sprott, 110,3, UK
98-93 twice and 97-93 of no knockdown non-title fight. Helenius is still not ok in the right hand and without that he´s a big, tall, ordinary Euro class heavyweight. Sprott exposed him in some rounds but allowed Helenius to dictate the pace most of the way winning the fight with solid jabs and hooks.
Lukas Konecny, 72,3, Cze WTD12-U Karim Archour, 72,3, Fra
Konecny dominated the action most of the way in a fight with few highlights to win the vacant WBO Euro title. Lukas bled from a cut by the left eye from the second round onwards and it got worse and worse, when a second cut emerged in the final round over the right eye Konecny moved away from the action and it was waved over - both cuts were ruled as caused by accidental headclashes. It was scored 118-110 twice and 116-112.
10x2: Melissa McMorrow, 50,2, US W10-S Nadia Raoui, 49,8, Ger
McMorrow retained the WIBF and WBO titles on scores of 99-91 and 96-94 while the third judge had it 96-94 for Raoui. I had it 97-03 for Mighty Melissa.
Edmund Gerber, 111,8, Ger W8-U Gbenga Oloukun, 106,0, Ger
77-76 twice and 77-75. I had it 77-75 for Oloukun. Gerber did allright in the first four but then Oloukun upped the pace in the fifth and was overall the sharper man. In the final round Gerber had nothing left and was hurt by a wild right upercut and held on for dear life. Both were cut on the nose in the second with Gerber´s the worst and it kept bleeding. A rematch perhaps? Oloukun came in at short notice for Werner Kreiskott.
8x3: George Groves, 77,0, Uk TKO 2 (2.20) Baker Barakat, 77,0, Ger/gba
Groves hurt the overmatched Barakat, whose boxrec record is a throwback to the good old days, late in the first, floored him the second and it was stopped with Baker against the ropes.
Enrico Kölling, 80,0, Ger W6-U Josef Obeslo, 79,2, Cze
60-54 on all cards. Kölling is entertaining to watch, likes to trade, shows talent - but can´t hurt anyone it seems.
4x3: Moritz Stahl, 78,0, Ger KO 1 (1.09) Josef Orsos, 79,2, Hun
Stahl took out Orsos with a left hook to the body - but Orsos could have done more to get up.
March 23, Szentes, HUN, Dr Lazlo Papp Sporthall, Felix-Promotion
m: Lajos Mark Nagy, Hun W10-U Felice Montelli, Ita
10x3, c: Sandor Nagy, Hun TKO 9 Guyla Bozai, Hun
vacant Hungarian cruiser title
f: Zsolt Bedak, Hun W6-U Anton Bekish, Blr
6x3, lh: Tamas Kovacs, Slo TKO 5 Peter Vecsei,
6x3, l: Istvan Nagy, Hun TKO 4 Istvan Petrovics
jw; Imre Nagy, W4-U Bence Molnar,
4x3, c: Tamas Lodi, KO 1 Janos Furedi,
w: Balasz Torteli, W4-U Krisztian Santa,
c: Csaba Faur, W4-U Pal Bohus,
4x3, h: Zoltan Toth, debut KO 4 Janos Csepregi, debut
March 23, Basel, SWI:
Arnold Gjergjaj, 111,2, Kos/Swi KO 3 Janne Katajisto, 122,2, Fin
Katajisto was floored in the second and took a heavy right in the third, went down in delayed effect and it was stopped without a count. The Swiss Federation recommends 28 days suspension for Katajisto.
Arthur Herrmann, 76,3, Ger TKO 2 Honore Tubane, 75,9, Bel
March 23, Pec, KOS;
m: Disarjot Gashi, Kos/Swi W 6 Valentin Stoychev, Bul
March 23, Lübbecke, GER, Khalil Box Promotion, sanct?
sm: Christian Pawlak, Ger W12-U Emir Telalovic,
GBU I/C supermiddle title
6x3, sm: Tiran Mkrtschjan, TKO 3 (1.38) Slavisa Simeunovic,
6x3, lh: Shefat Isufi, TKO 4 (2.12) Emil Markic,
6x3, Roamer Alexis Angulo, KO 2 (1.21) Ionut Trandafir Ilie, Rom
w: Fariz Mamedov, W6-U Mariusz Biskupski, Pol
4x3, c. Damir Beljo, KO 1 (2.18) Muhammed Ali Durmaz,
4x3, lh: Alexander Runde, KO 1 (2.38( Alexsandar Kuvac,
4x3, jw: Said Rahimi, KO 1 (0.39) Strahinja Rakanovic, debut
March 23. Roccaforte di Mondovi, ITA:
jm: Alessio Furlan, Ita W 6 Ronny McField, Nic
jw: Dario Morano, Ita W 6 Marco Francia Germani, Ita
March 23, Abano Terme, ITA:
Devis Boschiero, 58,7, Ita KO 10 Samir Kasmi, 58,3, Fra
sm: Mouhamed Ali Ndiaye, Ita W 6 Jevgenijs Andrejevs, Lat
m: Vadim Gurau, Mol W 6 Aron Csipak, Hun
l: Gaetano Putrone, Ita W 6 Nandor Seres, Hun
March 23, Ferrara, ITA:
c: Leonardo Damian Bruzzese, Ita W 6 Attila Szatmari, Hun
w: Alessandro Caccia, Ita TKO 3 Lajos Orsos,
March 23, Bastia, FRA:
CE, jm: Lucas Talovic, Fra TKO 2 Sabrie Ben Boubaker, Fra
f: Alexander Filip, Fra W 4 Jean Noel Alvares, Fra
March 23, Pessac, FRA:
jm: Samuel Boulogne, Fra W 4 David Lecor, Fra
March 23, St Etienne de Rouvray, FRA:
w: Chams Eddine Soltane, Fra W 4 Patrick Momene Mokomba, Fra
March 22, Czestochowa, POL: Ulrich Knockout Promotions
c: Lukasz Janik, Pol W10-U Lars Buchholz, Ger
100-90 on all cards
jm: Damian Jonak, Pol W8-U Max Maxwell, Uk
78-74, 80-72, 78-75
h: Andrzej Wawrzyk, Pol W6-U Robert Hawkins, US
60-54 twice and 59-56..
c: Lukasz Zygmunt, Pol W6-U Lukasz Rusiewicz, Pol
58-55., 58-57 and 58-56.
f: Lukasz Maszczyk, Pol W6-U Andras Varga, Pol
60-53 on all cards.
sm: Andrzej Soldra, Pol W6-U Oliver Tchinda, Pol
58-56, 59-56, 59-55.
jm: Przemyslaw Runowski, Pol, debut W4-U Michal Vosyka, Pol
40-36 twice and 39-37.
sm: Robert Parzeczewski, Pol, debut W4-U Piotr Tomasek, Pol
39-38 twice and 39-37.
h: Jacek Chruzlicki, Pol, debut W4-U Tamas Szatmari, Pol, debut
38-37, 39-37 and 38-36.
March 22, Berlin, GER, Universal Hall, est 1000, Ludus Pugilato (R Rolle) / Arena Box Promotion, GBA
no-one in the house seemed to have weights of the boxers and it seemed as if the GBA officials alternated as supervisors
h: Odlanier Solis, Cub/US W12-U Leif Dolonen Larsen, Nor/ ? (Ser?)
Solis retained the IBF I/C title on scores of 116-112, 115-114 and 117-111 and while the win was clear enough - I had 117-111 - the moral victor was Larsen, who have no skills but a big punch, heart, chin and guts and kept coming getting stronger and stronger despite breathing heavily already in the first. Solis landed cleanly with exellent counters but failed to put them together and never threw combinations and he´s not a one punch knockout artist. He was cut and bruised in the eighth and a false ending after ten gave Larsen new energy and he finished strongly despite walking onto another big right in the final round that momentarily stunned him.
10x3, h: Ruslan Chagaev, Ger KO 1 (1.35) Mike Sheppard, US
Big southpaw left upercut ends it early and this was the most agressive Chagaev I´ve ever seen.
12x3, sm: Uensal Arik, Ger TKO 7 (0.15) Francis Cheka, Tan
Arik made a slow start but seemed to get control in the third but the rangy, awkward Cheka stood up to him and floored Arik in the fifth and had him stunned in the sixth as well. Then early in the seventh Arik attacked as if crazy and Cheka covered up well with nothing getting through - and then came the towel in a stupid or - take your pick - corrupt retirement. It was scored 57-56 twice and 58-56 for Cheka after six.
w: Selcuk Aydin, Tur W10-U Giuseppe Lauri, Hun
100-90 on all cards but Lauri came through the fight without getting hurt and did well while Aydin kept loading up and looked slow and ponderous. Lauri was cut over the left eye but was only stunned in the sixth and kept standing in the corner.
10x2, w: Eva Halasi, Ser W10-U Ivana Habazin, Cro
Halasi won the vacant IBF title on scores of 96-94 twice and 98-92 after a tough fight where Habazin had the sharper punches while Halasi had the workrate.
10x3, w: Aghvan Alvrtsyan, Arm/Koblenz, Ger TKO 9 (not out) Marcen Gierke, Ger
Gierke, a loser in the first eight, retired due to an arm injury and didn´t come out for the ninth. Alvrtsyan looked strong and dominated the fight but couldn´t hurt Gierke. The GBA version of the Int´l German title was at stake.
6x3, c: Goran Delic, Ser TKO 2 (1.55) Tobias Heise, Leipzig, Ger
Heise, a green novice, was hurt, turned, took a standing eight count and was then rescued from a place he never should have been allowed to be in.
4x2, sm: Sarah Louis Peters, TKO 1 Juline Kluthman
"you didn´t miss anything" said a ringsider when I arrived in time I thought but too late for this one.
March 22, Torino, ITA:
jw-w: Marco Siciliano, Ita KO 3 Zoran Didanovic, Ser
March 22, Velletri, ITA:
lh: Emanuele Barletta, Ita TKO 3 Achilles Szabo, Hun
March 22, Courbevoie, FRA:
CE, w: Mihail Orlov, Fra W 4 Mickael Thezenas, Fra
CE, jw: Antoine Dubucquet, Fra KO 1 Nasredine Adad, Fra
CE, sm: Patrick Coquin, Fra D 4 Kevin Buval, Fra
1/2, TF, c: Antoine Boya, Fra TKO 2 Mickael Lopes, Fra
1/4, CLL, jm: Fhima Mouez, Fra W 6 Nicolas Dudreuil, Fra
m: Jean Bernard Vandenbussche, Fra W 5 Youssuf Doumbia, Fra
sm: Maxime Beaussire, Fra W 6 Armand Andre, Fra
March 22, St Etienne, FRA:
1/4 TF, w: Lyes Chaibi, Fra W 5 Rudy Sibilo, Fra
m: Julien Charrat, Fra W 4 Pierrick Imbart, Fra
March 21, Kiev, UKR, Sport Life Club, Elite Box Promotion
jw: Viktor Postol, Ukr W12-U Henry Lundy, US
WBC Int´l title, scored 116-113, 116-112 and 117-112.
c: Dmytro Kucher, Ukr W12-U Julio Cesar Dos Santos, Bra
WBC Int´l title, scored 120-108 on all cards.
sm: Marat Kulumbegov, Rus W8-U Mikhail Krinitsin,
80-72, 78-74 and 78-75.
f. Oleg Malinovski, Ukr W6-U Zhandos Zhetpisbayev,
60-54 on all cards.
m: Valentin Zbrozhek, Ukr W6-U Robison Omsarashvili, Geo
60-54 on all cards.
jw: Myasnik Ogandzhanyan, Ukr W4-U Vitaly Salyga, Ukr
debut for both, 40-37, 39-37 twice.
4x3, w: Roman Zhailauov, TKO 3 Stas Savarin, Ukr, debut
4x3, jm: Ilya Prymak, Ukr TKO 3 Oleksandr Nikolenko, Ukr
March 21, Budapest, HUN, Gentlemen Fight Club, Profibox Promotion
12x3, h: Zoltan Petranyi, Hun TW8-U Attila Palko, Hun
Petranyi retained the Hungarian title.
10x3, w: Souleyman M´Baye, Fra TKO 2 Laszlo Haaz, Hun
gross mismatch even with a faded M´Baye.
l: Adam Mate, W4-U Gyorgy Miszei,
jm: Lajos Munkacsy, W4-U Dmitrij Szabanyin,
March 16, Cormeilles en Parisis, FRA:
c: Justin Taylor Mabika, Fra W 6 Marouan Larouiche, Fra
March 16, Villefranche, FRA:
jm: Mohamed Messiughi, Fra D 4 Karim Kessaghli, Fra
c: David Ludovic, Fra W 4 Egson Mucolli, Fra
March 16, Divion, FRA:
b: Gregory Beccu, Fra W 6 Razmik Grigoryan, Fra
March 16, Riom, FRA:
jw: Khoren Alikhanyan, Fra W 6 Sezer Erunsal, Fra
March 16, Montebourg, FRA:
jw: William Leverend, Fra W 4 Mohamed Boufagua, Fra
March 16, Theix, FRA:
CNE, w: Sandy Messoud, Fra W 4 James Alves, Fra
March 16, Tarnos, FRA:
m: Sylvain Lapeyre, Fra W 4 Jerome Claudeon, Fra
4x3, h: Guy Gabo, Fra KO 3 Wilfried Hoareau, Fra
March 16, Kristianstad, SWE, Bilbörsen, Armand Boxing Promotions / Kristianstads Boxingclub / Bilbörsen
Joel Larsson, 118,2, Kristianstad, SWE , debut W4-S Janis Ginters, 107,9, Lat
39-37 on all cards but split. Larsson, a decent amateur who was suspended for two years in 07 after a positive dopingtest, returned to boxing and was too heavy and slow in getting off. Ginters wasn´t much but had decent skills and looked like the winner to me.
Rastgar Ismaeeli, 81,0, Trelleborg, Swe W4-U Jevgenijs Balitcenko, 78,4, Lat
38-36, 39-35 twice. Balitcenko was floored in both the first and second but Ismaeeli, too tense, tired and Balicenko was the stronger in the last two.
Redouane Kaya, 61,3, Swe W4-U Janis Puskins, 63,0, Lat
The fight was made at 62 but Puskins was allowed to come in heavier but was outboxed, 40-36 on all cards.
Suro Ismailov, 64,1, Norrköping, Swe W4-U Alexander Nikoloski, 63,6, Mac
40-36 on all cards with Ismailov superior in every department but unable to hurt Nikoloski.
March 16, Bernau, GER, Sportforum, GT-Link Boxing, bdF
4x3, c: Danny Giebenhain, Frankfurt/Main TKO 2 Radenko Kovac, Novi Sad, Ser
6x3, c: Leon Harth, Detmold, Ger W6-U Marko Angermann, Halle/Saale
59-54 on all cards.
4x3, w: Flavius Biea, Timisoara, Rom W4-U Gökan Kaya, Solingen, Ger
40-36 on all cards.
4x2, l: Natali Smirnova, Samara Rus TKO 1 (1.58) Gabriella Vicze, Slo
4x3, c: Kristijan Krstacic, Nürnberg KO 2 (1.58) Aleksandar Kuvac, B & H, debut
4x3, c: Denis Liebau, Frankfurt/Main TKO 1 (2.29) Samir Barakovic, B & H, debut
6x3, lh: Emil Markic, Mostar, B & H TKO 2 Aleksandar Jankovic, Belgrade, Ser
8x3, w: Timo Scharzkopf, Stuttgart TKO 3 (1.54) Marco Lukac, Novi Sad, Ser, debut
6x3, c: Damir Beljo, Mostar, B & H TKO 1 Marco Lukac, Novi Sad, Ser, debut
6x3, w: Puriya Haydari, Den TKO 6 (1.49) Adnan Hadzihaydic, B & H
6x3, c; Noel Gevor, Hamburg KO 4 (2.30) Viktor Szalai, Budapest, Hun
10x2, jw: Klara Svensson, Malmö, Swe TKO 5 (0.49) Rita Kenessey, Hun
WBC Silver title or so it was billed - the promoters had Zsofia Bedo as opponent - without ever talking to Bedo - and then at the weighin was Kenessey. And it was never sanctioned by the WBC.
March 16, Bern, SWI:
Alain Chervet, 63,5, Swi KO 2 Peter Both, 62,3, Hun
The Swiss Federation recommends 28 days suspension for Both.
8x2: Aniya Seki, 53,2, Jap/Swi W 8 Fleis Djendji, 53,2, Ser
Nasi Hani, 90,5, Mac/Swi TKO 2 Tamas Bajzath, 91.0, Hun
March 16, Montebourg, FRA:
l: William Leverend, Fra W 4 (39-37) Mohamed Boufaga, Fra
March 16, Riga, LAT
jm: Aki Selesma, Fin W6-U Grigorijs Dunecs, Lat
59-57 on all cards - "it wasn´t even close" says Selesma´s manager.
March 16, Kiev, UKR, Sport Palace, K 2 Ukraine
lh: Doudou Ngumbu, Fra W12-U Vyacheslav Uzelkov, Ukr
Ngumbo won the WBO I/C lightheavy title on scores of 116-112 twice and 115-112.
jm: Alexander Spirko, Ukr W8-U Laszlo Fazekas, Hun
80-71 on all cards.
h: Vladimir Tereshkin, Rus W6-U Yuri Bihoutseu,
58-57, 59-55 and 60-55.
8x3, h: Andrey Rudenko, Ukr TKO 1 Adnan Buharalija, B & H
w: Viktor Plotnikov, Ukr W8-U Beka Sutidze, Geo
80-72, 80-71 twice.
6x3, lh: Umar Salamov, TKO 3 Ilya Shakuro,
Vadim Novapashyn, Ukr W6-U Vladislav Nikitenko, Ukr
59-56, 59-53 and 59-51.
6x3, lh: Levan Shonia, Geo TKO 5 Oleh Nekrasov, Ukr
jw: Oleg Korobko, Ukr ?? Mishiko Beselia, Geo, debut
March 16, Noginsk, RUS:
l: Denis Shafikov, Rus W dq 11 Alisher Rahimov, Rus
Rahimov outclassed and ousted for low blows, WBC Baltic and CIS / Slovianice lightweight titles at stake.
w: Aslanbek Kozaev, Rus D12-S David Avanesyan, Rus
118-111 Kosaev, 117-112 Avanesyan and 114-114. CIS Slovanic and WBC Baltic titles at stake.
sb: Rauf Aghayev, Rus W10-U Yuri Voronin, Ukr
100-90 twice and 100-91. WBC Baltic 122 lb title.
jm: Konstantin Ponomarev, Rus TKO 7 Fariz Kasimov,
8x3, c: Murat Gassiev, Rus TKO 3 Denis Solomko,
h: Ahror Muralimov, W8-M Evgeny Orlov, Rus
jw: Fedor Papazov, W8-U Behzod Nabiev,
March 15, Yutz, FRA:
h: Fabrice Aurieng, Fra Wtd5-S Gregory Tony, Fra
vacant French heavyweight title, scored 49-47 and 48-47 for Aurieng and 48-47 for Tony. Aurieng was a late sub for Newel Outah, who apparently was under arrest and stripped of the title. The fight was stopped when blood began to leak out of one of Tony´s ears.
jw: Chaquib Fadli, Fra TKO 4 Salaheddine Sarhani, Fra
Fadli retained the French jr welter title flooring Sarhani in the third and fourth.
March 15, Douai, FRA: Douai BC / Robert Pantigny
lh: Mohamed Merah, Fra W10-U Steve Kroekel, Ger
UBO Int´l title
jw: Farid Chebabha, Fra W 6 Jevgenijs Fjodorovs, Lat
jm: Mehdi Moiuhib, Fra, debut W 4 Aleksas Vaseris, Lat
March 16, Kajaani, FIN, Scandic Hotel, Steel Ring
Timo Laine, 72,5, Fin W 4 (40-37) Sergej Drob, 72,75, Lat
March 15, Castiglion Fiorentino, ITA:
Orlando Fiordigiglio, 69,2, Ita W10-U Domenico Salvemini, 69,7, Ita
Fiordigiglio won the vacant Italian supermiddle title on scores of 98-96, 97-93 and 96-94.
Carmine Tommasone, 60,5, Ita W 8 Santos Medrano, 62,1, Nic
Francesco Acatullo, 62,8, Ita W 4 Marco Delmestro, 62,0, Ita
March 15, Rome, ITA:
Orial Kolaj, 82,1, Ita W 6 Jindrich Velecky, 82,7, Cze
Massimiliano Buccheri, 78,5, Ita W 6 Attila Kiss, 78,0, Hun
Mirco Ricci, 78,8, Ita W 6 Fouad Nasri, 79,0, Fra
Manuel Lancia, 63,0, Ita W 6 Michael Escobar, 61,2, Nic
Valerio Ranaldi, 75,6, Ita TKO 1 Stelian Voicu, 76,4, Rom
March 15, Kolding, DEN, K-hall, EuroEvent
6x3: Kasper Bruun, 65,9, Den KO 5 (2.42) Robert Kiraly, 63,7, Hun
40-36 after four, scoring referee. Sole profight on a big amateur show.
March 14, Rennes, FRA:
jl: Sebastien Cornu, Fra W 8 Maurycy Gojko, Pol
c: Mathieu Monnier, Fra W 6 Christophe Dufaux, Fra
f: Baska Tuvdenlhagva, Fra W 5 Mohamed Mashhadi, Fra, debut
sm: Rdouan Aazi, Fra, debut W 4 Dzianis Makar, Blr
March 9, Pierrelatte, FRA:
w: Mihail Orlov, Fra D 4 Karen Alikahyan, Fra
March 9, Toulon, FRA:
6x3, l: Virgile Degonzaga, Fra TKO 1 Nicolas Boyer, Fra
1/4 CLL, jw: Sebastien Benito, Fra W 6 Karim Aliliche, Fra
CNE; 4x2?, jw: Samson Tshgrikyan, Fra W 4 Morgan Ndong Zue, Fra
March 9, Grenoble, FRA:
6x3, sm: Nicolas Dion, Fra KO 2 Misa Nikolic, Ser
6x2, b: Karine Rinaldo, Fra W 6 Claudia Ferenci,
1/4, TF, w: Mekki Mid, Fra W 5 Patrick Momene Mokamba,
jw: Mohamed Ayyad, Fra W 4 Radoslav Baca,
CNE, sm: Khalid Graidia, Fra W 4 Hussein Ismais,
March 9, Indre-et-Loire, FRA:
6x3, sm: Maurice Possiti, Fra TKO 3 Dominque Bernard, Fra
March 9, Dinard, FRA:
1/4 CLL, w: Damien Martin, Fra W 6 Karim Menasria, Fra
March 9, Oise, FRA:
CNE, m: Yassine Morjane, Fra TKO 2 Yanis Gauzelin, Fra
March 8. Toulouse, FRA:
1/4 CLL, w: Dieudonne Belinga, Fra W 6 Norman Hoegen, Fra
March 8, Thessaloniki, GRE; Bigger is Better, unsanct
6x3, h; Mairis Briedis, Lat TKO 3 Özkan Cetinkaya, Ger
1/4, h: Yavuz Keles, Ger KO 1 Sebastian Gara, Pol
1/2, h: Yavuz Keles, Ger W 4 Cristofer Alexandru, Rom
1/1: Evgenios Lazaridis, Gre W 3 Yavuz Keles, Ger
March 6, Cayenne, French Guyana, FRA:
1/4 TF, l: Arnold Martinez, Fra TKO 2 Alberto Paez, Fra
6x3, c: Anouar Boumejjane, Fra TKO 5 Franck Paines, Fra
March 2, Mont de Marsan, FRA:
CNE, jm: Samuel Boulogne, Fra KO 4 Junior Kamadjou, Fra
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