By Per-Ake Persson
OPI 2000 won the purse bids yesterday in Rome with a bid for the 63.717,00 Euro for the right to stage fight for the vacant EBU supermiddleweight title between Mohamed Ali Ndiaye and Christophe Rebrasse. French Cristophe Tiozzo Promotion, on this occasion represented by Tarik Saadi, finished second with a bid for 51.310,00 Euro.
Rebrasse, 20-2-3, and Ndiaye, 23-1-1, drew in their first fight in Italy in June in a fight where most observers agreed with Finnish judge Anssi Perajoki, who scored the fight 119-111 for Rebrasse.
Date and site is to be announced.
The farewell fight for Spanish veteran middleweight contender Jorge Sendra that was set for June 29 never came off. Sendra´s opponent had problems with his license and instead Jorge boxed an exhibition with teammate Javi Garcia Roche and is now 100% retired.
Russian lightheavy Igor Michalkin outscored WBO I/C champ Doudou Ngumbu Friday night in Thiais, France. Michalkin won a split decision on scores of 116-112 and 115-113 with a vote for Ngumbu at 115-114. The fight was even after six but Michalkin was the stronger man down the stretch. Working his corner was trainer Bulent Baser, promoter Erol Ceylan and IBF # 1 ranked cruiser Aleksander Alekseev.
SES have added heavyweight Michael Wallisch, 9-0, to the July 13 show in Dresden. Wallisch, who´s been sidelined for some time due to a contractual dispute, will take on Alexander Kahl, 18-9-1, with the German title - BDB version that is - at stake. SES´ American supermiddle Dario Bredicean, 3-0, is on the bill.
By Per-Ake Persson
June 29, Ostroda, POL, Babilon Boxing Promotion (Tomas Babilonski)
lh: Hadillah Mohoumadi, Fra TKO 7 (1.06) Pawel Glazewski, Pol
Mohoumadi accepted the fight when his EU title fight vs Davide De Carolis was postponed earlier in June and was too tough for Glazewski, who was cut in the first and floored in the seventh and it was stopped. The WBO Euro title was at stake.
f: Kamil Laszcyk, Pol W12-U Andrey Isaev, Blr
Laszcyk retained the WBO I/C title on scores of 116-112 on all cards.
Michal Chudecki, Pol W8-U Krzysztof Szot, Pol
80-72 twice and 79-74. Chudecki represented Poland in the 07, 09 and 11 World championships while Szot won the Polish championships seven times.
c: Michal Cieslak, Pol W4-U Lukasz Zygmunt, Pol
39-36 on all cards. Zygmunt was down in the third.
sm: Maciej Sulecki, Pol W6-U Daniel Urbanski, Pol
60-54 on all cards.
sb: Rafal Kaczor, Pol, debut W4-U Piotr Gudel, Pol, debut
Prodebut for 2008 Olympian Kaczor. 39-37, 40-37, 40-36.
June 29, Arezzo, ITA:
Orlando Fiordigiglio, 69,2, Ita TKO 6,ret Giuseppe Langella, 69,4, Ita
Fiordigiglio won the vacant EU superwelter title.
c: Salvatore Erittu, Ita W 6 Toni Visic, Cro
jm: Soufiene Ouerghi, Tu/Ita W 6 Francesco Nespro, Ita
June 29, Stuttgart, GER, Gustav Heiss Gmbh, Z! Promotion (Alexander & Boris Zastrow), bdb
w: Timo Schwarzkopf, Ger W8-U Ismael El Massoudi, Fra
June 29, Sprockhoevel, GER, gba
8x3: Robert Tlatlik, TKO 2 Patrick Schmitz,
Niko Lohmann, W4-U Philip Lambertz,
June 29, Wuppertal, GER, Unihalle, Werner Kreiskott, sanct?
h: Werner Kreiskott, Ger D 6 ÷zcan Cetinkaya, Ger
June 29, Berne, SWI:
Riad Menasria, 69,5, Swi W8-U Ludovic Duval, 69,2, Fra
78-74 twice and 80-72.
Nicole Boss, 61,1, Swi TKO 5 Marianne Dulyas, 59,9, Hun
June 29, SWI
Ornella Damini, 65,0, Swi W 6 Maja Jahic, 63,5, B & H
June 29, Belgrade, SER, Hotel Bali Paradiso, Bali Boxing Club (Martin Rovcanin)
6x3: Damir Beljo, 90,1, Ser TKO 2 Aleksandar Bozicic, 91,9,
6x3: Yoan Boyeaux, 56,6, Fra TKO 3 George Florin Tinu, 58,8, Rom
6x3: Milos Jovanovic, 94,0, Ser KO 1 Mihajlo Fincur, 98,0,
6x3: Miljan Rovcanin, 95,0, Ser KO 1 Ion Voica, 96,1,
Martin Rovcanin, 100,4, W 4 (40-36) Sanid Imamovic, 106,5,
Serif Gurdijelac, 57,1, W 4 (40-36) Stevica Mandic, 60,0,
Dzemil Cosovic, 58,9, W 4 (39-37) Ivan Ivanov, 61,1,
June 29, Ostia Lido, ITA:
l: Eder Barreto, Peru/Ita W 6 Oleksander Samara, Ukr/Ita
June 29, Bourgoin Jallieu, FRA:
Nordine Samoudi, Fra W 6 Haroulyn Babayan, Fra
6x3, Oktay Takalak, Bel/Fra TKO 6 Thomas Barbier, Fra
Adel Berdouz, Fra W 6 Karim Menasria, Fra
Mohamed Messioughi, Fra W 4 Sabrie Ben Boubaker, Fra
Mickael Soules, Fra W 4 Khalid Graidia, Fra
June 29, Ninove, BEL: Ezzedine Laggoune
Bilal Laggoune, 87,3, Bel W10-U Christophe Dufaux, 88,5, Bel
Laggoune won the Belgian cruiser title on scores of 100-90 twice and 100-91.
Ismail Abdoul, 88,6, Bel W12-U Ben Nsafoah, 85,3, Ger
Abdoul won the WBFed cruiser title on scores of 120-107, 120-108 and 119-111.
Sasha Yengoyan, 64,3, Bel KO 2 Zoran Cvek, 67,2, Cro
Cvek was down once in the first and three times in the second - last knockdown claimed to have been after the bell but the referee choose to count Cvek out.
Gian Carlo Liesdek, 74,5, Nth W 4 Marijan Markovic, 77,5, Cro
4x3: Ryad Merhy, 88,5, Bel KO 2 Hrvoje Bozinovic, 91,3, Cro
Jean Pierre Habimana, 64,1, Bel D 4 Andrei Grigorian, 64,5, Bel
Both boxers were floored
Elfi Philippe, 60,4, Bel vs Gabriella Vicze, 52,9, Hun
The fight was cancelled due to the weight difference
June 29, Herstal, BEL:
Steve Jamoye, 64,6, Bel W 8 Innocent Anyanwu, Nth/Bel
Steve steps up to main event as brother Stephane is injured.
6x2: Sabrina Giuliani, 63,3, Bel TKO 5 Alexandra Gorog, 60,0, Hun
Alexandru Jur, 82,1, Bel W 8 Manuel Antonio, 80,0, Bel
Arnaud Dimidschten, 65,5, Bel W 4 Julius Rafael, 66,0, Slo
4x2: Djemila Gontaruk, 56,5, Bel W 4 Claudia Ferenci, 54,0, Slo
Francesco Patera, 61,5, Bel W 4 Younes Amrani, 61,2, Bel
June 29, Windhoek, NAM:
lh: Harry Simon, Nam TKO 2 Zoltan Kiss, Jr, Hun
Kiss flops over twice in the second and is stopped.
June 28, Calais, FRA, Salle Calypso
jl: Romain Jacob, Fra TKO 5 Martin Cardona, Mex
Jacob won the vacant IBF Youth title.
f: Alex Bone Palma, Spa TKO 6 Mickael Lacombe, Fra
jm: Jean Wlieghe, Fra TKO 3 Mimoun Khadda, Fra
Joffrey Jacob, Fra W 6 Ladislav Nemeth, Slo
Morgan Duthes, Fra W 4 Terry Soutre, Fra
June 28, Saint Vaast La Hougue, FRA:
m: Jimmy Colas, Fra W8-U Youssouf Doumbia, Fra
jw: Renald Garrido, Fra W 6 William Leverend, Fra
June 28, Halle an der Saale, GER, Maritim Hotel, SES, bdb
this show was first on for June 14 in Weissenfels but moved due to flooding
Dominic BŲsel, 79,3, Ger W10-U Chris Mafuta, 77,0, Kon/Halle
BŲsel retained the WBO Youth title on scores of 98-92 and 97-93 twice.
Dennis Ronert, 85,5, Ger W10-U Gogita Gorgiladze, 90,4, Geo
Ronert won the IBF Youth title on scores of 100-90, 99-91 and 98-92.
4x3: Tom Schwarz, 101,5, Ger KO 1 (0.20) Mario Schmidt, ?, Ger
4x3: Tom Pahlmann, 90,1, Ger KO 2 (2.45) Michal Szebestik, ?
6x3, jm: Ronny Gabel, Ger TKO 4 Andy Thiele, Ger
Mathias Zemski, 69,3, Ger W6-U Arek Malek, ?, Pol
60-54 on all cards.
Deniz Ilbay, 66,6, Ger W6-U Sylwester Walczak, ?, Pol
57-56 twice and 58-56.
June 28, Osini, ITA:
Gianluca Frezza, 65,0, Ita W10-S Luciano Abis, 65,0, Ita
Frezza retained the Italian welter title on scores of 96-94 and 96-95 with the third vote for Abis at 97-94.
sm-m: Alessandro Murgia, Ita TKO 3 Attila Tibor Nagy, Hun
fly: Andrea Sarritzu, Ita W 6 Sergei Tasimov, Est
June 28, Canosa di Puglia, ITA:
Francesco Lezzi, 69,8, Ita D 6 Amedeo Maurizio, 69,0, Ita
June 27, Ciampino, ITA:
Diego Velardo, 74,8, Ita W 6 Kristian Camino, 75,4, Ita
June 26, Montfavet, FRA:
m: Anthony Somarriba, Fra W12-U Luis Crespo, Spa
vacant IBF Med 160 lb title, scored 118-109, 117-110 twice.
m: Florian Sinard, Fra W 6 Ayoub Zerouki,
jm: Lyes Chaibi, Fra W 6 Xavier Girardin, Fra
June 25, Pulsano, ITA:
Luigi Merico, 61,0, Ita KO 1 Janos Toth, 60,8, Hun
June 23, Palermo, ITA:
lh: Benito Cannata, Ita TKO 5 Attila Szatmari, Hun
June 23, Hyeres, FRA:
6x3, c: Jean Marc Monrose, Fra TKO 1 Pavlo Nechyporenko,
June 22, Geraardsbergen, BEL: the 8th Delannoit Memorial
8x3: Reda Azzaoui, 63,0, Bel TKO 6 Evaggelos Tsirimokos, 63,0, Bel
Herve Hubeaux, 111,0, Bel W6-U Jean-Claude Bikoi, 96,0, Bel
4x3: Meriton Karaxha, 61,8, Bel KO 1 Wesley Hertoghe, 60,5, Bel
June 22, Rochefort, FRA: Salle du Polygone, SAR Boxe
m: Kamel Abdesselam, Fra KO 1 (1.54) Juan Martinez Bas, Spa
UBO I/C. Abdesselam took out Martinez with a right and the count was dispensed with.
4x2, f: Ericka Rousseau, Fra W 4 Wendy Gervois, Fra
June 22, Abbeville, FRA:
Johann Duhaupas, 105,5, Fra TKO 4 Fabrice Aurieng, 105,3, Fra
French heavyweight title
June 22, Leganes, SPA, Rimer Boxe
Sergio Prado, 55,0, Spa W12-U Amor Ali Belhadj, 54,98, Fra
Prado won the vacant EU title on scores of 117-110, 116-111 and 114-113. espabox had it 114-112 Prado.
Rudy Encarnacion, 58,9, Spa KO 5 David Casero, 58,6, Spa
Encarnacion retained the Spanish superfeather title
6x3, f: Sergio Romero, Spa D6-U Alex Mora, Spa
57-57 on all cards!
all fight scheduled for four
m: David Barco, Spa W4-M Miguel Nizana, Spa
39-37 twice and 38-38.
l: Doramas Placeres, Spa W4-U Ignasi Caballero, Spa
39-34, 39-35 and 38-34.
sm: Francisco Navarro, Spa TKO 4 Pako Amado, Spa
b: Sergio Perez, Spa W4-U Cristian Torres, Spa
40-35 on all cards.
sb: Samuel Escobar, Spa, debut D4-S Marc Vidal, Spa, debut'
39-37, 38-38 and 37-39.
jm: Nabil Krissi, Spa, debut TKO 1 Raul Gonzales, Spa
b: Juan Hinostroza, Spa TKO 3 Mouman Mahdaj, Spa, debut
l: Goga Koshkelishvili, Spa, debut W4-M Ivan Ruiz Garrido, Spa
40-36, 39-37 and 38-38.
h: Gabriel Enguema, Spa, debut TKO 1 Jimmy Douf, Spa
jm: Jose Del Rio, Spa TKO 4 Julio Sanchez, Spa
June 22, Rome, ITA:
Giorgio Natalizi, 71,5, Ita TKO 4 Mihalj Halas, 72,0, Ser
June 22, Velten, GER, Ofen Stadthalle, S & S Eventmanagement (Ronny Schulze), gba
sm: Marco Schulze, Ger W12-U Bronislav Kubin, Cze
GBU supermiddle title
10x2, jw: Marie Riederer, Ger W10-U Galina Giumliska, Bul
WIBF title - with BDB as sanctioning body.
6x3, c: Serdar Sahin, Ger TKO 6 Puyan Etessami,
6x3, jm: Ronny Gabel, Ger TKO 3 Maik Traurig,
6x3, c: Andreas GŁnther, D6-S Ger Marcel Erler,
6x3, sm: Fabian Raab, Ger W6-U Josef Obeslo,
4x3, h: Aziz Baran, TKO 1 Roman Horvath,
June 21, Milano, ITA:
Andrea Scarpa, 63,5, Ita TKO 7 Renato De Donato, 63,4, Ita
Italian superlightweight title
jm: Marcello Matano, Ita W 6 Luca Arrigo, Ita
jm: Riccardo Pintaudi, Ita TKO 4 TKO 4,i Giuseppe Rauseo, Ita
jl: Gianluca Ceglia, Ita W 6 Marco Siciliano, Ita
June 21, Moscow, RUS, Dynamo Palace of Sports, DRS Promotion / Felix Kluch
Krzysztof Wlodarczyk, Pol TKO 8 (2.08) Rahkim Chakiev, Rus
Wlodarczyk retained the WBC title with an exciting come from behind win over Chakiev. El Diablo was stunned and floored in the third, cut in the second and overall under pressure in the first five. But Chakiev punched himself out and was floored for the first time late in the sixth. It looked as a flash knockdown and Rakhim came back well but was floored again in the seven and now the writing was on the wall. Two knockdowns followed in the eighth and it was stopped with Chakiev, more exhausted than hurt on the floor. This fight came to soon for him.
c: Andrey Knyazev, Rus W12-U Anar Mammadov, Aze
Knyazev won the vacant PABA title on scores of 120-106, 120-107 and 118-108. Mammadov was down twice in the ninth.
8x2, jw: Svetlana Kulakova, W8-U Susanna Radovanovic,
jl: Ali Bagutinov, W4-U Anton Bekish,
c: Ilya Rolgeyzer, W4-S Igor Pylylpenko,
4x2, fly: Ekaterina Izotova, W4-U Yana Lyashko,
June 15, Baganzola, ITA:
jm-m: Soufiene Ouerghi, Tun/Ita KO 1 Adam Csipak, Hun
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