By Per-Ake Persson
Swedish lightheavy Oscar "Golden Boy" Ahlin, 8-0 (8), takes on tough Italy-based Ukrainian Sergey Demchenko, 14-5, Oct 17 in Kolding (Denmark).
Ahlin (pictured) is currently in Berlin for some sparring but will return to Stockholm for final preparations in a week. Ahlin´s knockout streak makes him currently number three in Swedish history with now retired heavyweight Attila Levin on top with eleven early endings (from career beginning).
Milan Mirkovic is # 2 with nine early endings to his credit - Mirkovic was during his career trained by Oscar´s father Torsten, in his day a good amateur boxer, who at 55 turned pro in Estonia for a few profights.
IBF I/C lightheavy champ Robert Woge, 12-0, defends the title against Ukrainan Anatoliy Dudchenko, 18-2, October 26 in Oldenburg. This will be the fourth scheduled titlefight on the bill that is topped by Arthur Abraham vs Giovanni De Carolis. In other action Jack Culcay face Guido Nicolas Pitto for the WBA I/C 154 lb title and EU middleweight champ Marcos Nader defending the title against Spaniard Luis Crespo.
Promosport Sardegna will stage the fight for the vacant EBU flyweight title between Valery Yanchy and Andrea Sarritzu October 26 in Cagliari. Yanchy vs Sarritzu was first tentatively set for a September date.
Mohamed Ali Ndiaye and Christopher Rebrasse clash again for the vacant EBU supermiddle title on November 30 with site to be announced and with purse offer winner OPI 2000 promoting the fight. The first fight between these two ended in a draw but all reports indicate a clear win for Rebrasse except for on two of the three judges' cards.
EBU welter champ Leonard Bundu take on veteran Gianluca Branco December 21 at a venue to be announced. OPI 2000 promotes the fight.
P 3 Boxing in Finland have WBA I/C lightweight champ Edis Tatli headlining its next show which will staged in December with exact date and site to be announced.
Sep 28, Porrentruy, SWI,
Cedric Kassongo, 63,5, Swi W 6 Rui Briceno, 63,5, Por, debut
Bruno Bouhi, 79,6, Swi/Fra W 6 Fadil Pasalic, 78,0, B & H, debut
Sep 28, Windhoek, NAM, Sam Nujoma Stadium
lh: Harry Simon, Nam W12-U Geard Ajetovic, Ser
Simon won the vacant IBF Int´l title on scores of 117-111 twice and 116-113.
Sep 28, Ponte di Brenta, ITA, OPI 2000
Devis Boschiero, 58,9, Ita W12-U Guillaume Frenois, 58,5, Fra
Boschiero retained the EBU superfeather title on scores of 117-111 twice and 117-112.
6x3: Cristian Sanavia, 78,5, Ita W 6 Marko Benzon, 78,5, Cro
Domenico Spada, 74,5, Ita W dq 2 Marijan Markovic, 74,5, Cro
sf: Benoit Manno, Ita W 6 Luigi Mantegna, Ita
Sep 28, Herstal, BEL: Halle Omnisports PreŠelle, Promotion GMG
Karim Guerfi, 53,3, Fra W12-M Stephane Jamoye, 53,3, Bel
Guerfi won the EBU bantam title on scores of 116-112, 115-113 and 113-113.
Alexandru Jur, 82,2, Bel W 4 Jorge Ortiz, 79,0, Col/?
Francesco Patera, 61,5, Bel W 6 Lubos Priehradnik, 62,5, Slo
4x3: Urbano Giuliani, 59,2, Bel TKO 1 Szergej Sztankovics, 59,2, Hun
Sidi Slimani, 68,7, Bel D 4 Ronald Berti, 69,0, Bel
4x2: Djemilla Gontaruk, 59,5, Bel W 4 Lisa Schewe, 59,5, Ger
4x3: Baudouin Atuo, 55,2, Bel KO 1 Frantizek Mezei, 53,9, Slo
All winners plus Jamoye and Slimani represent GMG.
Sep 28, Wuppertal, GER, Red Panter Kampf Palast, gba
6x3: Cagri Ermis, KO 2 Mohamed Ali Kali,
Sep 28, Riga, LAT, Club Rigas Rings, GENS (Vitalijs Maslennikovs)
all fights over 4x3, referee Dennis Sirjatovs
1/2: Ivans Levickis, 63,0, Lat W 4 (39-38) Dmitrij Sindins, 63,4, Lat
1/2; Aleksejs Potjomkins, 62,5, Lat TKO 1 (0.52) Kristaps Judins, 63,3, Lat
1/1: Ivans Levickis, TKO 3 (0.26) Aleksejs Potjomkins,
20-19 Levickis after two.
Olegs Lopajevs, 88,0, Lat KO 1 (0.19) Valerijs Rogozins, 87,0, Lat
Andis Didzuz, 63,4, Lat KO 2 (0.09) Oskars Birgelis, 64,0, Lat
10-10 after the first.
Jevgenijs Aleksejevs, 81,2, Lat KO 2 (1.46) Mareks Kovalevskis, 82,0, Lat
10-9 for Aleksejevs after the first.
Stanislas Makarenko, 83,1, Lat TKO 1 (1.32) Armands Lejas-Krumins, 81,6, Lat
Sep 28, Madrid, SPA, Guantes del Lobo / Tundra, Estadio Del Rayo Villecano
4x3, ; Nicolas Gonzales, Spa KO 1 Paulo Hermezilha, Por
Sep 27, Sueca, SPA:
Jorge "La Esperanza" Fortea, 66,3, Sueca, Spa W6-U Michael Ruben Oyono, 66,1, Spa
60-54, 59-55 and 60-55.
Sep 27, Madrid, SPA, Hotel Asador Enrique de Madrid, Maravilla Boxe
King Daluz, 61,1, Spa W10-S Andoni Gago, 61,2, Spa
Mundo Hispano lightweight title, scored 96-94 and 96-95 for Daluz and 97-93 for Gago. espabox.com had 96-94 Daluz.
Angel Moreno, Madrid, Spa Tdr 2 Lahcene Zemmouri, Spa
Sep 27, Barreros, SPA:
sm: Jose Manuel Iglesias, Spa, debut W 4 Marcos Rodriguez, Spa, debut
Sep 27, Ferrara, ITA:
Marcello Matano, 69,4, Ita W10-U Francesco di Fiore, 69,9, Ita
Italian superwelter title, scored 98-92, 97-93 and 97-94.
Giacomo Mazzoni, 66,6, Ita W 6 Lorenzo Zaniboni, 67,2, Ita
Riccardo Mellone, 67,5, Ita D 6 Marco Francia Germani, 66,6, Ita
Sep 27, Oulu / Uleåborg, FIN, Restaurant Rio, Steel Ring OY
m: Pertti Keita, W 4 (40-36) Ilja Baltaks,
4x3, m: Mika Joensuu, KO 1 (1.52) Andrejs Volincuks,
Sep 27, Tekirdag, TUR, Arena Boxe Promotion
10x3: Selcuk Aydin, 63,5, Tur TKO 5 (not out) DeMarcus Corley, 63,1, US
Corley lost all four completed rounds but wasn´t in trouble. He then retired himself and didn´t come out for the fifth.
Enad Licina, 90,5, Frankfurt, Ger KO 3 Levan Jomardashvili, 92,5, Geo
Jomardashvili, overweight and looking sloppy, was down in the second and had a point deducted as well for not obeying the referee. Jomardashvili, more tired than hurt, was floored in the third and made sure he made it up in time for the fight to be stopped but still could protest. Licina was in shape though and can still be a force at cruiser.
8x3: Agit Kabayel, 107,6, Essen, Ger KO 1 Alexander Kahl, 115,0, Ger
Kahl, still on the EBU suspension list, goes down twice with the second knockdown semi-genuine and was counted out in the act of rising.
m: Alptug ÷ner, Tur W4-U Renat Samedov, Geo
8x3, sm: Roamer Alexis Arguello, Col TKO 3 Sandor Micsko,
jm: Uensal Arik, Ger W8-U Aliaksei Volchan, Blr
Sep 22, Copertino, ITA:
Emanuele Leo, 103,0, Ita W 6 Sandor Balogh, 109,0, Hun
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