By Per-Ake Persson
April 14, Copertino, ITA:
Andrea Manco, 72,0, Ita W 6 Carmelo Terranova, 73,0, Ita
April 13, Borge San Dalmazzo, ITA:
jm-m: Emanuele Pinzi, Ita W 6 Samuel Da Valle, Ita
April 13, Fredrikshavn, DEN, Arena Nord, 1985, SPAG (Nisse Sauerland), DPBF
Cecilia Braekhus, 65,6, Nor TKO 3 (1,38) Mia St John, 63,6, US
Braekhus retained the WBA, WBO and WBC welterweight titles with a one-sided stoppage over St John in a gross mismatch. St John was never down but said herself she would have retired after the third if it hadn´t been stopped.
Mateusz Masternak, 89,3, Pol TKO 9 (1.01) Sean Corbin, 89,5, T & T
Masternak won the vacant WBC Silver cruiserweight title but failed to impress in stopping Corbin. Corbin was down in the 8th and again in the ninth and had both eyes almost shut at the end but it was pretty even in the first six with Masternak fighting as if he was afraid of getting involved. It was scored 80-71 and 79-72 twice after eight for the Pole. I had it closer at 77-74.
Erik Skoglund, 78,5, Swe W10-U Luke Blackledge, 79,1, Uk
Skoglund won the vacant WBC Youth and WBO Youth I/C baubles on scores of 96-94, 96-95 and 97-93 after a fastpaced,exciting fight where "the Machine" Blackledge just kept coming. Skoglund fired back and was close to punching himself out, lost the middle rounds but closed out strongly and passed his first real test in good fashion - but should perhaps have been able to do more against a strong, capable but slow and relatively limited opponent.
6x3: Torben Keller, 69,5, Den W8-U Terry Carruthers, 69,9, Uk
78-74 twice and 80-72. Hardfought and tough all the way with Keller scoring with the cleaner punches-
6x3: Dennis Ceylan, 57,0, UK v Cristian Montilla, ?, Spa
Montilla was late in arriving and after a night in Copenhagen he arrived sick to Fredrikshavn and the fight was cancelled.
6x3: Micki Nielsen, 90,7, Den TKO 5 (2.41) Toni Visic, 91,0, Cro
Visic was a late sub for Alex Mogylewski and was outboxed by Nielsen, who showed a good jab. Visic was floored in the third, cut on the left cheek and staggered by a combination and reeled into the ropes when it was stopped.
Oscar Ahlin, 78,5, Swe KO 3 (2.52) Tim Robin Lillhaug, 78,3, Nor
The New Kessler did his thing and picked apart Lillhaug piece by piece. Lillhaug, a strong, decent fighter, kept coming but was floored by a left hook to the body late in the second. Ahlin took some time in the third but then landed with good upercuts and closed the show with a left hook to the body.
Anthony Yigit, 65,8, Swe TKO 3 (2.04) Aliaksandr Abramenka, 66,2, Blr
Prodebut for former Olympian Yigit, a southpaw, who showed impressive handspeed and handed out a one-sided beating. Abramenka was never hurt but was defenceless against the ropes as Yigit just rained in punches on him.
Simen Smaadal, 77,9, Nor W6-U Kristoffer Storm, 78,5, Den
58-55 twice and 59-54. Storm was cut over both eyes and outboxed but kept coming and was in better shape which made for an exciting fight
Rashed Kasseem, 62,6, Den KO 1 (1.24) A Sudas, 63,5, Blr
Prodebut for Kasseem, who didn´t miss a punch. Sudas went down and out from a left hook downstairs with blood flowing out from his busted nose.
April 13, Schwekat, AUS, Multiversum, 1800, Sauerland Event
m: Marcos Nader, Aus W12-U Roberto Santos, Spa
Nader finally wrestled the EU middleweight title from Santos on scores of 116-112 twice and 115-113. Santos closed as always strongly but it wasn´t enough.
h: Erkan Teper, Tur W 8 Timur Musafarov,
w: Timo Schwarzkopf, Aus KO 2 Istvan Kiss, Hun
c: David Graf, Ger TKO 2 Joszef Nagy, Hun
c: Leon Harth, Ger W 6 Bela Juhasz,
6x3, jm: Arman Torosyan, TKO 1 Vasile Dragomir, Rom
l: Nicole Wesner, W 4 Zsofia Bedo, Hun
April 13, Eberswalde, GER, Sportcenter Westend, gba
8x3, w: Rico MŁller, Ger KO 2 Tommy Schmidt, Den
The fight was at late notice when Geir Inge Jorgensen pulled out due to illness and injuries and in came Schmidt - the fight was made at 65,5 but it didn´t help the Dane.
Osama Hadafi, Den KO 1 Josef Holub, Cze
h: Ali Ibrahim Kujaschewski, Ger TKO 1 Josef Kuricaj,
Kuricaj totally out of shape, a pathetic performace.
6x3, jm: Michel Trabant, Ger TKO 2 Petr Arnolt,
6x3, jm: Robert Maess, Ger TKO 1 Jan Farkas, Cze
4x3, w: Oliver Dremel, Ger TKO 1 Tomasz Radlof,
jm: Cristoph Woditschka, W 4 Andy Thiele, Ger
4x3, lh: Marc Haupt, Ger, debut TKO 2 Eduart Konstan,
4x3, lh: Haris Calakovic, TKO 2 Krzysztof Chochel,
April 13, Berlin, GER, KŲpenick Gym, gba
sm: Dario Bredicean, US/Ger TKO 1 Emre Suere,
April 13, Bayeux, FRA:
jm: Dmitry Halley, Fra W 6 William Leverend, Fra
lh: Rdouan Aazi, Fra W 4 Patrick Coquin, Fra
April 13, Chartres, FRA, Salle Jean Cochret
David Radeff, Fra W 8 Martial Bella Oleme, Fra
5x3: Artur Grigoryan, Fra KO 3 Nicolas Salsi, Fra
April 13, Beziers, FRA, Salle Zingo
jw: Sylvain Chapelle, Fra W 6 Karim Allilche, Fra
l: Yann Rieutord, Fra, debut W 4 Mehdi Ameur, Fra
April 13, Sene, FRA, Complexe Sportif le Derf
jm: Badie Yaha, Fra W 4 Mickael Ropert, Fra, debut
April 13, Gravelines, FRA:
6x3, c: Youri Kayembre Kalenga, Fra KO 2 Jiri Svacina, Cze
April 13, Pas-de-Calais, FRA:
CN, jw: Kevin Haudiquet, Fra D 4 Mohamed Boufagua, Fra
April 13, Puy-de-Dome, FRA:
8x2, jw, Myriam Dellal, Fra TKO 4 Johanne Cavarec,
CN, jw: Morgan Ndong Zue, Fra W 4 Khoren Alikahyan, Fra
jl: Julien Chaput, Fra W 4 Frederic Frebourg, Fra
April 13, Sedavi, SPA:
Fernando "El Diablo" Luz, 72,0, Valencia W4-M Cossimo Borge, 70,0, Rome, Ita
36-32, 39-37 and 38-38.
Ryan "La Rocka" Peleguer, 59,0, Valencia W4-U Eder Barreto, 60,0,Ostia, Ita
39-38, 39-37 twice.
Jorge Fortea, 66,5, Sueca, W4-U Alejandro Heredia, 67,0, Aldai
40-36, 40-37 and 40-35.
April 13, Royan, FRA:
lh: Gabriel Lecrosnier, Fra W 6 Adel Belhachemi, Fra
CN, m: Josselin Mollas, Fra W 4 Rachid Achbar, Fra
Ruben Gouvea, Fra W 4 Cedric Seguy, Fra
April 13, Quimper, FRA:
fly: Yoann Canevet, Fra W 6 Norredine Dahou, Fra
April 13, Lons-le-Saunier, FRA:
1/4 TF, jw: Franck Petitjean, Fra W 6 Mickael Lacombe, Fra
w: CN, w: Mihail Orlov, Fra KO 4 Gueram Khatchaterian
jw: Yoann Portelier, Fra TKO 3 Sandor Horvath,
April 13, Gubwiller, FRA:
1/2, jw: Foued El Massaoudi, 66,5, Fra W 5 Tamaz Avdiev, 66,55, Fra
Moussa Ala Edine, 62,3, Fra W 4 Mahmut Gorda, 61,9, Fra
April 13, April 13, Locarno, SWI:
Vitalyi Kopylenko, 73,7, Ukr TKO 2 Daniel Borisov, 73,9, Bul
Ricardo Silva, 66,9, Swi TKO 2 Vasil Vasilev, 66,6, Bul
April 13, Bar, MNE, Dvorana Topolic Bar, Veselin Zizic
l: Dejan Zlaticanin, Mne W12-U Petr Petrov, Spa
Zlaticanin retained the WBC Int´l title on scores of 116-114, 117-113 and 118-110.
m: Milorad Zizic, Mne TKO 2 Francesco Basile, Ita
w: Petar Zivkovic, Ser TKO 1 Zoran Didanovic, Ser
lh: Zvjezdan Vidakovic, W6-U Misa Nikolic, Ser
April 13, Elzach, GER,
c: Agron Dzila, Mac/? KO 1 Roman Vanicky, Cze
h: Mark de Mori, Aus TKO 3 Bekim Pegga,
April 12, Jesi, ITA,
Pasquale Di Silvio, 60.9, Ita, W10-U Michele Focosi, 59.9, Ita
Di Silvo won the vacant Italian lightweight Title on scores of: 97-93, 97-93 and 97-94
Giuseppe Langella, 69.5, Ita, D 6 Roberto Ruffini, 69,0, Ita
Gaetano Nespro, 75.7, Ita, W 6 Roberto Bassi, 75, Ita
Nicola Cipolletta, 61.3, Ita, W 6 Marco Delmestro, 62.5, Ita
April 12, Chalons-sur-Saone, FRA:
sb: Ali Hallab, Fra KO 5 Sean Hughes, Uk
Hallab retained the WBO Euro title with a fifth round knockout of Hughes.
f: Sofiane Takoucht, Fra W 6 Thomas Barbier, Fra
April 12, Chaumont, FRA:
CN, w: Adel Berdouz, Fra W 4 Bryan Boussis, Fra
c: Nacer Driss, Fra W 4 Walter Bender, Fra
April 12, Ripollet, SPA:
8x3, f: Juli Giner, Spa TKO 3 Michael Isaac Carrero, Nic
4x3, sm: Guram Natsulishvili, KO 4 Sergio Mateo,
April 12, Daya Nueva, SPA:
6x3, lh: Ricky Dennis Pow, Spa KO 2 Mihai Macovei,
4x3, h; Magomed Azuev, TKO 1 Viorel Boltoc,
April 11, Boulogne, FRA:
jl: Romain Jacob, Fra W10-U Leonus Marie Francoise, Fra
Jacob retained the French jr lightweight title on scores of 99-91, 97-91 and 99-93.
f: Guillaume Frenois, Fra W6-U Andrei Stoliarchuk, Blr
4x3, jm: Romain Jacob, Fra TKO 2 Gregorijs Dunecs, Lat
m: Amrane Ramdane, Fra W 4 Jean Wiegle, Lux
l: Morgan Duthes, Fra W 4 Terry Soutre, Fra
March 30, Morcenx, FRA:
CN; sm: Mickael Diallo, Fra W 4 Hussein Ismais, Fra
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