By Per-Ake Persson
Former WBO supermiddleweight champion Robert Stieglitz (46-4) face Sergey Khomitsky (29-10-2) for the WBO I/C title in the headliner of SES show in Dessau (Germany) July 26.
Stieglitz’s goal is the become mandatory challenger for the WBO held title held by Arthur Abraham and Khomitsky, # 9 on the WBO ratings and holder of the organization’s European title, is the first step.
P 3 Boxing headed by Pekka Maeki returns to Savonlinna in Eastern Finland for another outdoor show Aug 16 with EBU female superfeather champ Eva Wahlstrom defending the title against Belgian Djemilla Gontaruk. In the chief support Jussi Koivula moves up to superwelter and is looking to fight a highly ranked European opponent. Juho Haapoja, a former heavyweight who is now down to cruiser, is featured on the undercard in a fight made at 83 kilo / 183 lbs.
K 2 won purse bids today (June 17) for Wladimir Klitschko’s mandatory defence of the IBF heavyweight title against Kubrat Pulev with an offer for 7 250 131,00 USD to be split 80-20 in favor of the champion. Sauerland Event, Pulev’s promoter, bid 5 290 144,00 USD. It’s known that K 2 have reserved the O2 Arena in Hamburg September 6 and the fight might land there.
By Per-Ake Persson
une 15, Budapest, HUN, Hotel Aquincum, ProfiBox Promotion (Zoltan Petranyi)
h: Zoltan Petranyi, Hun TKO 5 Andres Csomor, Hun
Petranyi retained the Hungarian and UBO Euro heavyweight titles. UBO have it as a unanimous technical decision in favour of Petranyi when Csomor, behind on points, was stopped due to a badly cut eye.
sw: Ferenc Hafner, Hun W10-S Zoltan Sera, Hun
WBFed Int´l superwelterweight title, scored 99-91 and 97-94 for Hafner and 97-93 for Sera.
10x3, m: Ferenc Albert, Hun TKO 7 Sandor Micsko, Hun
8x3, h: Zsolt Bogdan, TKO 2 Zoltan Jerousek,
6x3, lh: Denis Tsaryuk, KO 6 Gyorgi Marosi,
June 15, Piatnica, POL, Wschodzacy Bialostok Boxing (Dariusz Snarski)
m. Robert Swierbinski, Pol W8-U Andrei Dolhozhyieu, Blr
lh: Michal Starbala, Pol W6-U Artem Schlegov, Blr
c: Wlodzimierz, Letr, Pol W4-U Artsem Hurbo, Blr
h: Marcin Siwy, Pol W4-U Artsiom Charniakevich, Blr
4x3, sw: Tomasz Mazur, Pol TKO 2 Dzianis Makar, Blr
Prodebut for amateur star Mazur - however, Makar retired with some kind of injury a bit too soon.
w: Krystian Huczko, Pol W4-U Aliaksandr Abramenka, Blr
June 14, Gmunden, AUS, Volksbank Arena, FvA
4x3, lh: Haris Clausevic, Aus KO 1 (1.38) Kristof Mate, Hun
4x3, c: Durmus Keklik, Aus KO 2 (1.43) Istvan Bobis, Hun
c: Gzim Tahiri, Aus W4-U Gyorgi Kutasi, Hu
40-36 on all cards.
June 14, Huarte, SPA:
m: Ruben Diaz, Spa W 6 Gary Abajyani,
June 14, Arganos, SPA: Daniel Rasilla Sr
w: Daniel Rasilla, Spa W 6 Miguel Aguilar, Nic
June 14, Laviana, SPA:
sm: Jose Manuel Iglesias, Spa W 4 Jonathan Castro,
June 14, Buenos Aires, ARG;
b: Yoan Boyeaux, Fra W8-U Raul Eliseo Medina,
June 14, Joensuu, FIN: Restaurant Kammari, Steel Ring (Jarmo Tolvanen)
Michael Gogola, 87,4, Fin, debut W 4 (40-36) Michal Szebestik, 85,0, Pol
June 14, Allier, FRA:
m: Laurent Ferra, Fra W4-U Ousman Dominguez, Fra
June 14, Castres, FRA:
lh: Eddy Lacrosse, Fra D 4 Guevork Marakian, Fra
l: Florian Montels, Fra W 4 Fabien Navarro, Fra
June 14, Hyeres, FRA:
sw: Hassen Hanafi, Fra W 4 Franck Jeanmougin, Fra
June 14, Wuppertal, GER, Fightclub Wuppertal, Werner Kreiskott, gba
12x3, h: Werner Kreiskott, Ger KO 5 Adnan Buharalija, B & H
Kreiskott won the WBU Euro heavyweight title.
6x3, sm: Salvatore Aiello, Ger TKO 5 Philip Kolodziej, Ger
lh: Ben Slim, Ger W 4 Burak Cakir,
4x3, c: Markus Schröder, Ger TKO 2 Helge Rippe, Ger
June 13, Munich, GER, Bavaria Filmgelände, Z! Promotions (Alexander & Boris Zastrov), bdb
h: Erkan Teper, Ger TKO 8 Newfel Outah, Fra
Teper won the vacant EU title when Outah didn´t come out for round eight. Scoring after seven was split with Teper up by four points on two cards and trailing on the third. Outah was a late sub for Johan Duhaupas who was forced to pull out due to injury and as the medical certificate came in so late he was stripped of the title.
sm: Vincent Feigenbutz, Ger TKO 2 Peter Orlik,
8x3, lh: Sebastian Real, Ger KO 2 Andres Toth,
lh: Arijan Sherifi, W 8 Steve Kroekel, Ger
c: Tobias Voss, Ger W 6 Martin Horak,
June 13, Beaugency, FRA:
c: Augustin Malecot, Fra W 4 Harouna Camara, Fra
June 7, Riga, LAT, Club Rigas Rings, GENS (Vitalis Maslennikovs)
4x3: Erik Nazaryan, 80,9, Bel/Lat KO 1 (1.46) Olegs Asejevs, 78,8, Lat
4x3: Grigorijs Dunecs, 63,4, Lat KO 1 (2.58) Rihards Inozemcevs, 62,8, Lat
4x3: Aleksandrs Sonins, 78,7, Liepaja, Lat KO 1 (1.10) Romans Stolars, 80,6, Lat
June 9, Heimiswil, SWI:
Arnold Gjergjaj, 105,0, Kos/Swi TKO 2 Tibor Balogh, 100,0, Hun
Mischa Nigg, 75,6, Swi W 6 Robert Talarek, 75,6, Pol
Alain Chervet, 63,0, Swi TKO 4 Dawid Knade, 61,5, Pol
Viviane Obenauf, 60,0, Bra/Swi W 4 Bojana Libiszewska, 60,0, Pol
June 8, San Giovanni Teatino, ITA:
sw: Emanuele Cavallucci, Ita W 6 Ricardo Pompeo Mellone, Ita
June 7, Schwerin, GER, Sport und Kongresshalle, Sauerland Promotion, FvA
Jürgen Brähmer, 79,1, Schwerin, Ger W12-U Roberto Feliciano Bolonti, 79,1, Arg
Brähmer retained the WBA regular 175 lb title with a unanimous decision over Bolonti, who was tough but not good enough create an upset. Brähmer´s special, the southpaw left hook after right-left hook combination kept coming and he scored well to the body throughout. It became quite messy with Bolonti holding on and in round eight he had a point deducted. In the final round the challenger landed with a solid left hook that shook the German but he slipped the follow up punches although looked a little unsteady. Bolonti bled badly from the nose and it wasn´t pretty when he wiped the nose on Brähmer´s shoulder in round seven.
10x3: Tyron Zeuge, 76,2, Ger TKO 9 (1.12) Armand Cullhaj, 75,5, Ger
Zeuge retained the WBO Youth title and handed out a one-sided beating against an opponent who was durable and could punch a bit but was out of his league. Zeuge´s right hand kept landing and Cullhaj´s left side of the face was swollen and cut. At the same time Cullhaj wasn´t hurt and kept coming. Finally in the eighth Zeuge broke through and with only the ropes holding Armand up an eight count was issued. Early in the ninth it was more of the same and then Cullhaj looked to his corner and the towel came in. 80-71 on all cards after eight.
Enrico Kölling, 79,3, Ger W12-U Patrik Bois, 78,7, Fra
Kölling won the vacant WBA I/C lightheavyweight titles on scores of 116-112, 116-113 and 115-113 after a good fight between two non-punchers. Kölling landed with good left hooks to the body but Bois took all and had some good rounds in the last six in a fastpaced fight.
David Price, 114,5, UK W10-U Yaroslav Zavorotny, 111,8, Ukr
Price won on scores of 100-90, 97-92 and 98-92. The big Brit dominated the action with Zavarotny covering up doing what he had to do to survive and in the last three he even attacked and Price was forced to work. Price didn´t impress but Zavorotny was a difficult opponent and that he knew his limitations and covered up well. Going the full ten was probably good for Price and his team.
8x3: Noel Gevor, 89,0, Ger KO 2 (2.29) Bela Juhasz, 84,1, Hun
Juhasz, short and flabby, took a beating and finally went down after some hard jabs to the head. He got up at "eight" but referee Josef Temml counted nine-ten-out.
8x3: Vincent Feigenbutz, 76,0, Karlsruhe, Ger KO 3 (2.57) Gheorge Sabau, 74,6, Rom/Ita
Sabau came out fast and landed with some one-two combinations as Feigenbutz covered up and waited for his chance. A left from Sabau in the third made Feigenbutz open up and they exchanged punches with the quality coming from Vincent and then late in the round he connected with a left and Sabau went down in his own corner with the count dispensed with. He recovered quickly though.
Firat Arslan, 93,0, Ger W8-U Tamas Bajzath, 92,1, Hun
80-71 on all cards with Bajzath down in the last round after a fight where Arslan worked out against an out of shape but stubborn opponent.
10x2: Cecilia Braekhus, 63,9, Nor/Ger W10-U Jessica Balogun, 65,9, Ger
Braekhus retained her WBA, WBC and WBO female welterweight titles on scores of 98-92, 100-90 and 99-91 - scores that were quite generous to the champion who did very little in what was a dull fight. Balogun kept working and had her moments but just isn´t good enough.
June 7, Tolfa, ITA: OPI 2000
Emiliano Marsili, 60,8, Ita TKO 6 Benoit Manno, 61,0, Ita
Marsili retained the EBU lightweight title, 40-36 on all cards for Marsili. Manno was down twice in the fifth and again in the sixth before it was stopped.
c: Mirko Larghetti, Ita KO 2 Attila Palko, Hun
sl: Andrea Scarpa, Ita W 6 Jevgenijs Fjodorovs, Lat
m: Andrea Marco, Ita TKO 2 Nico Ion Lapteacru, Mol/Ita
sm: Catalin Paraschiveanu, Rom/Ita W 6 Raimonds Sniedze, Lat
June 7, Siena, ITA:
Davide Traversi, Ita W 6 Lajos Orsos, Hun
June 7, Riazzino, SWI:
Ricardo Silva, 65,9, Swi W6-U Emanuele Pinzi, 66,9, Ita
June 7, Esneux, BEL:
Michel Recloux, 78,0, Bel W6-U Jorge Ortiz, ?, Col
6x3: Stephane Jamoye, 55,3, Bel TKO 1 Richard Voros, 52,9, Hun
6x3: Ermano Fegatilli, 60,8, Bel TKO 5 Csaba Toth, 59,2, Hun
Andrea Carbonello, 63,4, Bel D6-S Mohamed Barka, 63,9, Fra
6x3: Jessy Petit-Jean, 63,0, Bel KO 1 Tomas Kopnicky, 65,5, Slo
Urbano Giuliani, 59,8, Bel W4-U Elemir Rafael, 58,2, Slo
June 7, Kauhava, FIN: Hajy Haapoja
10x3: Juho Haapoja, 88,5, Fin TKO 5 2.50) Frank White, 89,6, US
White was retired by his corner as he got up from a knockdown.
6x3: Jarno Rosberg, 91,0, Fin KO 1 1.33) Jovan Kaludjerovic, 93,2, Cro
Henry Kekäläinen, 73,7, Fin W4-U Nikola Matic, 74,0, Ser
40-37 twice and 40-36.
Mika Ritala, 67,5, Fin W4-U Bojan Radovic, 71,0,
40-37 twice and 40-36.
Teemu Tuominen, 68,0, Fin W4-U Stanislav Sakic, 68,0,
40-36 on all cards.
June 7, Marseille, FRA, salle Vallier
10x2, sb: Karine Rinaldo, Fra TKO 1 Marianne Gulyas,
vacant EBU female superbantamweight title
f: Romain Peker, Fra W 6 Julien Chaput,
f: Philippe Donat, W4-U Mohamed Toubal,
Mehdi Ameur, D 4 Michal Dehamnia,
June 7, Sainte Ave, FRA:
4x3, b: Terry Le Couviour, Fra TKO 1 Milos Savic, Ser
Sandy Messaoud, Fra W 6 Gallus Coulon, Fra
June 7, Bruay-la-Bussiere, FRA:
fly: Thomas Masson, Fra KO 7 Gregory Beccu, Fra
French flyweight title
b: Jeremy Beccu, Fra W8-U Cristian Sujevic, Fra
4x2, w: Amelie Blary, Fra TKO 1 Mila Nikolic,
June 7, Pecquenfort, FRA:
8x3, c: Mohamed Merah, Fra TKO 2 Attila Tibor Nagy,
w: Farid Chebabha, Fra W 6 Lubos Prierhadnik, Slo
6x3, sw: Mehdi Mouhib, Fra TKO 2 Miroslav Mina,
June 7, Villeurbanne, FRA:
b: Omar Lamiri, Fra W12-M Anthony Settoul, Fra
Lamiri won the EU bantamweight title on scores 116-112, 115-113 and 114-114. It was scored 39-37 for Lamiri after four, 77-75 for Lamiri after eight.
8x3, m: Michel Soro, Fra KO 5 Alexey Ribchev, Bul
sw: Gueram Khatchaterian, Fra W 4 Mohamed Messioughi, Fra
June 7, Uelzen, GER, Stadthalle, PSP Boxteam (Enrico Schütze), bdF
w: Fariz Mammedov, Ger TKO 5 Matthias Pelk, Ger
vacant WBO Euro title
6x3, lh: Denis Liebau, Ger KO 1 Balasz Horvath,
6x3, m: Artur Gaserjan, KO 2 Adil Rusidi,
6x3, h: Ilja Mezencev, KO 1 Marko Rupcic, Cro
6x3, sw: Sladjan Janjanin, TKO 6 Aleksandar Jankovic,
6x3, lh: Aleksandar Kuvac, KO 3 Semir Bajrovic,
Sole upset on the show.
4x3, c: Danny Giebenhain, KO 1 Todor Ilic,
4x3, m: Artem Runde, TKO 1 Mirza Ganic,
4x2, sl: Bintou Schmill, TKO 3 Klaudia Vigh,
June 7, Oberhausen, GER, Turbinenhalle, Henryk Adams Sportpromotion, gba
lh: Jay Spencer, Ger W10-U Nico Lohmann, Ger W10-U
vacant Int´l German (gba) title, scored 100-90, 99-90 and 100-90.
w: Denis Ilbay, Ger KO 1 Sabir Ulas Goecmen,
4x3, lh: Badien Hasso, Ger W 4 Ismael Altintas,
sm: Yusuf Kanguel, TKO 1 Suleyman Dag,
the German king for retirement losses retires again.
l: Slaibi Slaibi, KO 1 Waqar Mahmood,
sw: Granit Shala, TKO 3 (not out) Manuel Posada,
sm: Samy Raid Musa, W 4 Francis Kojo Ennin,
lh: Jaron Benjamin Transfeld, TKO 1 (1.10) Selim Sarialioglu,
w: Nawid Hakimsadeh, KO 1 Gökhan Uzar,
sm: Ziso Poulitsa, TKO 1 Fendi Sancar,
lh: Timur Zaslavsky, TKO 1 Giovanni Trinchera,
June 7, Schiltigheim, FRA,
m: Ahmed Rifaie, Fra W 8 Matiouze Royer, Fra
m: Thomas Nawrot, Fra W 6 Victor Garcia,
June 7, Aviles, SPA: Polideportivo del Quirinal, Team Asturbox
68kg: Alejandro Suarez, Spa D 4 Jair Cortes, Spa
June 7, Fuenlabrada, SPA: Pabellon Fernando Martin
Sergio Romero, Spa D10-S Antonio Rodriguez, Spa
Spanish featherweight title, scored 97-93 Romero, 95-95 and 96-95 Rodriguez. Rodriguez was first declared as winner on a split decision but then an error in scoring was discovered.
Alvaro Rodriguez, Spa W4-U Samuel Escobar, Spa
40-36, 40-37 and 39-38.
b: David Orgaz, Spa W4-S Juan Hinostroza, Spa
39-37 on all cards, two for Orgaz, one for Hinostroza.
sf: Eric Pambani, Spa D4-M Ruben Garcia, Spa
38-38 twice and 39-37 Garcia.
June 6, Levalloios-Perret, FRA, Palais des Marcel Cerdan,
Carlos Takam, 116,6, Fra W12-U Tony Thompson, 122,5, US
Takam won the vacant WBC Silver title on scores of of 117-111 twice and 119-109 in what Eric Armit describes as a joke of a fight with Thompson a very toothless tiger..
Engin Karakaplan, 90,1, Fra W10-U Jean Marc Monrose, 90,6, Fra
French cruiserweight title, scored 96-94 twice and 97-93.
Franck Harroche Horta, 67,6, Fra W8-S Kevin Bertogal, 70,25, Fra
78-74 and 77-75 for Harroche Horta and 78-74 for Bertogal. Slick defence and no punch makes almost all of Horta´s fights hard to scor. He slips / blocks punches like few in Europe but many times don´t do enough offensively.
Anderson Prestot, 71,8, Fra W6-M Youssuf Doumbia, 71,35, Fra
Abderrazak Houya, 65,35, Fra W4-U Samir Machrouh, 64,9, Fra
June 6, Galliera, ITA:
c; Leonardo Damian Bruzzese, Ita W 6 Igor Borucha, Lit
June 6, Avezzano, ITA:
w: Stefano Castellucci, Ita W 6 Amedeo Maurizio, Ita
h: Ivan Di Berardino, Ita KO 1 Nicolae Rata, Rom
sf: Mattia Gemini, Ita W 4 Filippo Lugaresi, Ita
June 6, Oviedo, SPA, Hotel Castillo Bosque de la Zoreda,
68,6kg: Aitor Nieto, Spa W 6 Euclides Espitia, Spa
June 6, Szentes, HUN, Dr Laszlo Papp Sporthall, Felix-Promotion
sb: Zsolt Bedak, Hun W10-S Amor Belhadj Ali, Fra
Bedak won the vacant WBO European superbantamweight title on scores of 97-93 and 96-94 for Bedak and 97-93 for Ali. Bedak was badly cut and had to work hard for the win.
m: Lajos Mark Nagy, Hun W10-U Toni Camin, Ger/gba
WBO Youth title.
sw: Attila Kovacs, Hun W 8 Ivo Gogosevic, Cro
sm: Balasz Kelemen, Hun W 8 (78-74) Marko Benzon, Cro
sm: Imre Szello, Hun W 6 Paata Berikashvili, Blr
Prodebut for former amateur star Szello.
6x3, lh: Richard Baranyi, Hun TKO 6 Haris Colakovic, Aus
sf: Imre Nagy, Hun W 4 Mladen Zivkov,
4x3, c: Joszef Nagy, Hun TKO 2 Attila Szatmari, Hun
sm: Zoltan Papp, Hun W 4 Mihaly Dudinszky,
m: Joszef Racz, W 4 Krisztian Duka,
4x3, h: Zoltan Toth, TKO 2 Joszef Rafael,
lh: Ferenc Török, W 4 David Balasz,
f: Robert Laki, W 4 Ignac Kassai,
June 6, Blagnac, FRA:
sf: Samir Ziani, Fra W10-U Yoann Portailler, Fra
French superfeatherweight title, 98-96 twice and 99-96.
8x3, lh: Doudou Ngumbu, Fra TKO 5 Yoann Bloyer, Fra
sl: Aboubeker Bechelaghem, Fra W 8 Virgile Degonzaga, Fra
6x3, lh: Stephane Cuevas, Fra TKO 2 Maurice Possiti, Fra
c: Karim Ouerfelli, Fra W 4 Augustin Malecot, Fra
May 30, Calenzano, ITA:
sl: Stefano Napolitano, Ita TKO 4 Miklos Szilagyi,
May 25, Scanzorosciate, ITA:
sw: Gaetano Gutta, Ita W 6 Christian Bozzoni, Ita
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