By Per-Ake Persson
It´s a busy October for SES. First there is of course the show in Leipzig October 19 with WBO supermiddle champ Robert Stieglitz headlining against Nigerian challenger Isaac Ekpo. IBF lord of the flies Moruti Mthalane defends the title against Silvio Olteanu and WBO Youth lightheavy ruler Domenico Boesel take on Mirco Ricci. Not announced yet is that former IBF welter king Jan Zaveck, 32-3, will return to action. It will be Zaveck´s first fight since losing a wide decision to Keith Thurman in New York City in March. The 37-year old Zaveck still have hopes for a big fight or two.
On October 26 SES stage a show billed "Schwere Jungs" in Frankfurt an der Oder with heavy Francesco Pianeta and lightheavy Robin Krasniqi headlining. For Pianeta, 26-1-1, this will be his first fight since losing to Wladimir Klitschko while Krasniqi, 40-3, is in his second fight since losing to Nathan Cleverly in a shot at the WBO title. Who they will fight is not announced yet.
(Francesco Pianeta and Robin Krasniqi / photo: P. Gercke/Team SES)
By Per-Ake Persson
Sep 7, Frederikshavn, DEN, Arena Nord, est 1500, Sauerland Promotion AG
Patrick Nielsen, 72,5, Den W12-U Patrick Majewski, 72,0, US
Nielsen defended the WBA I/C and won the vacant WBO I/C title with a lopsided win over "the Machine" Majewski. It was scored 118-109, 119-108 twice. Nielsen, a southpaw, followed the battle plan laid out by trainer Joey Gamache almost to perfection and Majewski just didn´t know shit about fighting a southpaw. Majewski touched down in the fifth after a left caught him. It became a boring fight as Nielsen never tried to finish his outclassed opponent and Majewski looked embarrassing helpless in his inability to cut the ring off and throw punches.
10x2: Cecilia Braekhus, 65,0, Nor TKO 9 (1.51) Oxandia Castillo, 66,4, D R
Braekhus retained the WBO, WBC and WBA female welter titles and handed out a one-sided beating to the hardpunching but limited Castillo. Cecilia was out to show something and came out for every round to punish her opponent. Castillo was never floored but was out on her feet when it was stopped. 79-73 twice and 78-74 for Braekhus after eight.
8x3: Dennis Ceylan, 57,8, Den TKO 1 (1.55) Tommi Schmidt, 58,7, Den
Schmidt was floored twice and the towel came in to rescue him. Schmidt announced his retirement the day after.
Ahmed Kaddour, 70,4, Den W6-U Aleksei Tsatsiashvili, 71,0, Est
58-56, 59-55 and 60-54. Kaddour won the first two, then tired and was under some pressure in the next two but put it together in the final two for a deserved if not impressive win.
Rashid Kassem, 61,0, Den W6-U Yordan Vasilev, 61,1, Bul
60-54 on all cards. Kassem tried everything in the book to get Vasilev out of there but was too eager and loaded up too much.
4x3: Tim-Robin Lihaug, 76,2, Nor/Den TKO 1 (0.57) Tzvetozar Iliev, 77,0, Bul
Lihaug threw a four punch combination and a right upercut did the trick. Iliev was up before ten but was ruled out and it was announced as a KO.
Simen Smaadal, 75,9, Nor W6-U Olegs Fedotovs, 75,5, Lat
59-55 twice and 60-53. Smaadal had an injured hand and Fedotovs was booked to fight next weekend - but it still became a hardfought if messy fight wildly cheered by the Norwegians in attendance.
6x3: Oscar Ahlin, 79,3, Swe TKO 2 (2.13) Egidijus Kakstys, 76,9, Lat
Ahlin, the Golden Boy, floored Kakstys, a late sub for Artem Solomko, twice with bodyshots. Ahlin is one to follow,, very special, got that charisma.
Anthony Yigit, 63,5, Swe W6-U Andrei Staliarchik, 64,0, Blr
Staliarchuk came in on two days notice for Toni Delgado and was in trouble in the second as Yigit went to the body. Staliarchuk proved to be in good shape though, very tricky and lasted the distance. It was scored 60-54 twice and 60-53.
4x3: Otto Wallin, 96,8, Swe TKO 2 (0.50) Valery Semishkur, 121,5, Est
Semishkur was floored hard early in the second, the towel came in but the ref didn´t see it and Valery was floored again before it was stopped. Semishkur was rusty, overweight and badly out of shape.
Sep 7, SaarbrŁcken, GER, Saarlandhalle, DOG Event Boxing (Oliver Heib & Bernhard Notar), bdb
JŁrgen Doberstein, 75,3, Ger W12-U William Gare, 75,3, RSA
WBFed I/C supermiddle title, 118-109, 119-107 and 120-108. Gare was down in round ten.
Rola El Halabi, 63,3, Ger TKO 6 Sopo Putkaradze, 62,4, Geo
WBFed Womens light welter title, Putkaradze stopped as she was out on her feet.
Bernard Donfack, 77,2, Ger TKO 4 Said Mbelwa, 77,6, Tan
vacant WBFed Int´l lightheavy title. Mbelwa was down in rounds two, three and four before it was stopped.
Raja Amasheh, 50,3, Ger W10-U Eva Vorberger, 50,3, Aus
vacant WBFed womens superfly title, scored 96-94, 97-94 and 98-92.
Sep 7, Brenano, ITA:
jm: Maurizio Caggiano, Ita W dq 3 Florian Oanea, Rom
Sep 7, Berlin, GER, bdb
6x3, c: Tobias Voss, Ger TKO 2 Krisztian Jaksi, Hun
lh: Arijan Sherifi, W6-U Norbert Szekeres, Hun
6x3, lh: Marc De Bonte, Bel/? KO 1 (0.52) Gabor Zsalek, Hun
6x3, h: Franz Rill, Can KO 2 Alban Galonnier, Fra/?
Sep 7, Ravensburg, GER, Bšrengarten (outdoors), Blanko Sports (Benedikt Poelchau), gba (stepped as a late sub for bdb according to box-blog.de due to problems with paperwork with Duffy´s license)
m: Joe Duffy, Uk W 6 Ionut Trandafir Ilie, Rom
Duffy wins but box-blog.de a/ couldn´t get the official scoring at ringside b/ felt Ilie had won
6x3, sm: Anatoli Muratov, TKO 5 (not out) Vasile Dragomir, Rom
6x3, jm: Uran Hadergjonaj, TKO 1 Andy Thiele, Ger
6x3, lh: Alis Sijaric, TKO 3 Attila Korda,
4x2, m-w: ÷zlem Sahin, W 4 Mirela Baradzic,
4x3, c: ÷sman Pehlivan, debut KO 1 Iko Dzafic,
m: Arton Dajakaj, W4-U Arber Dodaj.
Sep 6, Uta, ITA:
m: Alessandro Murgia, Ita W 8 Marko Benzon, Cro
Sep 6, Manzano, ITA:
Daniel Limone, 56,5, Ita W10-U Emiliano Salvini, 57,0, Ita
vacant Italian feather title scored 99-91 twice and 99-92.
lh: Nicola Ciriali, Ita W 6 Jorge Ortiz, Col
Sep 6, Chiari, ITA:
sw/sl: Michele Esposito, Ita W 6 Salvatore Cortese, Ita
Aug 31, Sora, ITA:
f: Giodi Scala, Ita W 6 Peter Mellar, Hun
Aug 31, Pulsano, ITA:
l/f: Luigi Merico, Ita W 6 Giuseppe Bergantino, Ita
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