By Per-Ake Persson
SES have been forced to pospone its show October 25 in Frankfurt an der Oder due to injuries of some of their main event fighters. First lightheavy Robin Krasniqi got cut on the nose during sparring in Magdeburg and that prevent him from defending the WBO Euro title against Ukraine´s Oleksandr Chervyak. Then heavyweight Steffen Kretschmann got cut by the left eye in Halle / Saale and that put him off the show. Kretschmann was set to fight Robert Teuber for the Int´l German heavyweight title. In other action heavyweight Francesco Pianeta was in against Brian Minto and Dennis Ronert was set to fight Kai Kurzawa. A new date will be announced soon. The show was first on for October 26 but was moved to October 25 when Sauerland announced a show in Oldenburg the same day.
IBF cruiser champ Yoan Pablo Hernandez, 27-1, makes his long awaited return to the ring November 23 in Bamberg when he takes on mandatory challenger Aleksander Alekseev, 24-2-1. Hernandez was been out since February of 2012 when he defeated Steve Cunningham but broke his left hand. The hand didn´t heal well and there was more surgery during the summer. Hernandez was training for a defence against Erick Fields in February this year when he broke his hand again and it wasn´t until August 15 that the champion was given clearance to go into full training. By then Alekseev had become # 1 IBF contender at it went to purse bids with Sauerland winning.
The fight for the EU superfeather title between Samir Ziani and Samir Kasmi that was set for November 30 in Clichy has been pushed back to December 7. Site remains the same.
Mario Pisanti and Ivan Ruiz Morote clash for the vacant EU featherweight title November 29 in Latina (Italy). The show is promoted by RoundZero.
Sauerland´s show October 26 continues to fill up with fights - a consequense of the postponed Marco Huck vs Firat Arslan II show and now it is announced that EU middleweight champ Marcos Nader will defend the title against Spaniard Luis Crespo on the bill. Swedish heavy Otto Wallin is also on the bill and face Hungarian Gabor Farkas.
By Per-Ake Persson
Oct 5, Moscow, RUS, Olympiysky Sports Arena,
Wladimir Klitschko, 241,5, Ukr W12-U Alexander Povetkin, 225,75, Rus
Klitschko retained the WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO titles on scores of 119-104 on all cards. Povetkin was floored by a hard jab in the second and was down three times in the seventh. It appeared that referee Luis Pabon could have ruled at least one of these knockdowns as caused by Klitschko´s effective holding, wrestling and pushing but Povetkin was visible shaken during the round. Klitschko had a point deducted in round eleven for holding/pushing. It wasn´t beautiful to watch but Klitschko got the job done in a ruthless, effective way. Povetkin kept trying and was in great condition but was too one dimensional in his work. The seventh was scored 10-6 on all cards.
h: Ruslan Chagaev, Uzb W12-U Jodo Pudar, Ser
118-111, 117-109 and 115-110. Pudar was down in the third and eighth. Chagaev is now back at the top - at least with the WBA.
c: Grigory Drozd, Rus TKO 11 Mateusz Masternak, Pol
Drozd won the EBU cruiser title stopping defending champion Masternak early in the eleventh. Drozd hurt the Pole in the second and shook him in rounds six and seven as well. Masternak came back a little after that but was under heavy pressure when it was stopped.
10x3: Rakhim Chakhiev, Rus KO 10 Giulian Ilie, Rom
One punch knockout with Chakhiev well ahead on points.
Oct 5, Andenne, BEL, Andenne Arena, 12 Rounds Promotions (Alain Vanackere)
Hervť Hubeaux, 111,5, Bel W10-U Tamas Bajzath, 97,0, Hun
Hubeaux won the vacant WBC Youth title on scores of 96-95, 97-94 and 98-93. The report at fightnews.com tells a story between the lines of a very close fight, close enough to have gone the other way.
Steve Jamoye, 64,0, Bel W8-U Gyorgi Miszei, 62,8, Hun
Miszei was down in the fifth.
6x3: Geoffrey Batello, 92,5, Bel KO 2 Ferenc Zsalek, 91,7, Hun
Zsalek was floored in the second as well.
Antonio Manuel, 81,0, Bel W6-U Nabil Lahouari, 81,2, Bel
4x3: Ryad Merhi, 87,0, Bel TKO 3 (not out) Marko Rupcic, 90,0, Cro
Lucas Severino, 72,6, Bel W4-U Almin Kovacic, 70,0, Cro
Bogdan Galaev, 67,5, Bel W4-U Ronald Berti, 67,7, Bel
Oct 5, Geraardsbergen, BEL:
6x3: Hovhannes Zhamkoyan, 60,1, Bel KO 1 Csaba Toth, 58,5, Slo
4x3: Kevin Nzemo, 62,0, Bel tko 1 Wesley Hertoghe, 58,9, Bel
Abel Gevor, 79,5, Lat W4-U Jevgenijs Belitcenko, 76,0, Lat
Oct 5, Bressoux, BEL:
Andrea Carbonello, 61,9, Bel W10-U Arnaud Dimidschtein, 62,1, Bel
vacant Belgian lightwelter title, Carbonello is with former EBU challenger Al Syben.
Oct 5, Riazzino, SWI:
8x3: Vitaliy Kopylenko, 73,7, Ukr TW5- Marko Benzon, 75,0, Cro
Riccardo Silva, 66,2, Swi W6-U Luca Maccaroni 65,4, Ita,
Oct 5, Castellsbisbal, SPA: Rimerboxe & Club de Boxeo Castellsbisbal
Santos Medrano, Nic/Spa W 4 Ignasi Caballero,
Ivan Ruiz Garrido, Spa D 4 Kiko Amarillo,
4x3, Marc Vidal, TKO 1 Jose Antonio Elizabeth,
4x2, Melania Sorroche, W 4 Lourdes Nunez Garcia,
Angel Hugo "El Tren" Ramirez announced his retirement but will remain in boxing as a trainer.
Oct 4, Gent, BEL, VZW Int´l Boxing Event (Claude van der Heede)
8x3: Sasha Yengoyan, 69,8, Bel KO 4 Franck Haroche Horta, 69,0, Fra
Yengoyan too strong a puncher for the neat boxing Horta.
Bilal Laggoune, 88,5, Bel W10-U Fabrice Clement, 85,5, Bel
Belgian cruiser title, scored 99-92 twice and 96-94
8x2: Delfine Persoon, 61,0, Bel W 8 Irma Adler Baluagic, 59,3, B & H
Ismail Abdoul, 91,8, Bel W8-U Stjepan Vugdelia, 92,5, Cro
Sheldon Moore, 70,0, Bel W 6 Jairo Alvarez, 70,5, Ven
6x2: Elfi Philips, 63,4, Bel W6-S Rachida Hilali, 63,7, Nth
Oct 4, Vrigne-aux-Bois, FRA, CS Nouzonville-Ardennes
lh: Nadjib Mohammedi, Fra W10-U Patrick Bois, Fra
Mohammedi won the French lightheavy title on scores of 98-93, 96-94 and 97-93.
sb; Ali Hallab, Fra TKO 4 Andras Varga, Hun
lh: Lait Ait Chaouche, Fra W 6 Gabriel Lacrosnier, Fra
sw: Jean Bernard Vandenbusshe, Fra W 6 Matiouze Royer, Fra
m; Moulay Khalide Hajjy, Fra W 4 Miroslav Mina,
l: Michael Dehamnia, Fra TKO 2 Richard Voros,
Oct 4, Santa Margherita Ligure, ITA:
sm: Roberto Cocco, Ita W10-S Alessio Furlan, Ita
Cocco regained the Italian title on scores of 97-93 and 96-94 with the third vote for Furlan at 97-93.
lh: Maurizio Lovaglio, Ita W 6 Fabrizio Leone, Ita
sw: Ciro Ciano, Ita W 6 Kristian Camino, Ita
sl: Francesco Acatullo, Ita TKO 3 Salvatore Costarelli, Ita
Oct 4, Firenze Castello, ITA:
lh: David Rettori, Ita W 6 Istvan Orsos, Hun
Oct 4, Ostia Antica, ITA:
l-f: Eder Barreto, Per/Ita TW 4 Giuseppe Bergantino, Ita
Oct 3, Kiev, UKR, Sport Life Club
sl: Viktor Postol, Ukr W12-U Ignacio Mendoza, Col/Spa
WBC I/C superlightweight title, scored 119-108 twice and 118-109.
sm: Marat Kulumbegov, Rus W10-U Mikheil Khucishvili, Geo
100-90 on all cards.
f: Oleg Malinovski, Ukr W8-U Philippe Frenois, Fra
6x3, sw: Ilya Prymak, Ukr TKO 3 Beka Sutizde, Geo
10x3, sw: Stanislav Skorohod, Ukr TKO 5 Ihor Fanian, Ukr,
Sep 28, Quarto di Gossolengo, ITA:
Gheorghe Sabau, 72,6, Ita TKO 5 Zoltan Bali, 72,0, Hun
Paolo Lazzari, 68,4, Ita W 6 Zoltan Horvath, Hun
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