Boytsov and Feigenbutz in Halle August 30
By Per-Ake Persson
Russian heavyweight Dennis Boytsov (33-1) returns to action August 30 in Halle / Westfalen on the undercard to Marco Huck´s defence of the WBO cruiserweight title against Mirko Larghetti, writes boxwelt.com.
Boytsov (pictured) have been out since the upset loss to Alex Leapai in November of last year in what was his first fight for Sauerland Event.
The 28-year old turned pro in 2004 with Universum but a series of injuries and contractual disputes have derailed his career and he is now looking to get back on track.
Also on the bill is 18-year old supermiddleweight talent Vincent Feigenbutz (14-1). Feigenbutz will reportedly go for the WBO I/C title (the interim version) and defend the GBU I/C belt. Feigenbutz can punch and last year went on the road and stopped then unbeaten Poles Maciej Mizkin (15-0 coming in) and Andrzej Soldra (9-0-1 coming in) so he´s one to watch.
By Per-Ake Persson
July 26, Riga, LAT:
c: Roy Jones, Jr, US TKO 5 Courtney Fry, UK
WBU (Ger) title.
c: Mairis Briedis, Lat TKO 9 (1.09) Joey Vegas, UK
Vegas, trailing on points, retired with an injured leg.
h: Dennis Bakhtov, Rus W8-U Konstantin Airich, Ger
80-74, 79-73 and 77-76.
sl: Aik Shakhnazaryan, Rus KO 5 (1.29) Ramon de la Cruz Sena, Arg
m: Maxim Vlasov, Rus KO 7 (1.43) Ruben Eduardo Acosta, Arg
July 26, Dessau, GER, Anhalt Arena, SES, bdb
Robert Stieglitz, 76,1, Magdeburg, Ger TKO 10 (0.12) Sergey Khomitskyi, 75,6, Minsk, Blr
WBO I/C title. Khomitisky was ruled out (apparently not dq:d) as his cornermen took too long time to retape the gloves. Stieglitz was ahead on points 87-84 twice and 88-83. It should have been a dq of course and I was told there were chaos in Khomitskyi´s corner.
Robin Krasniqi, 78,5, Munich, Ger W12-U Olexander Chervyak, 78,4, Kirovograd, Ukr
117-111 twice and 119-110. WBO I/C and WBA Con titles.
Dominic BŲsel, 79,2, Freyburg, Ger W10-U Daniel Regi, 79,0, Budapest, Hun
100-87 on all cards, WBO I/C. title
10x2: Christina Hammer, 69,2, Dortmund, Ger NC 5 (0.25) Ann Sophie Mathis, 68,9, Varangeville, Fra
Hammer won the WBFed and WBO titles with a controversial dq win over Mathis. Hammer was somehow hurt and went down from what seemed like armpunches to the ear in what looked like a hold and hit situation. Hammer was hurt or played it out bigtime and referee Manfred KŁchler ruled the punches had been illegal and dq:d Mathis. It was first declared a NC by the WBFed and then the BDB followed.
Guram Nastulishvili, 76,0, Barcelona, Spa KO 5 (2.27) Moritz Stahl, 76,2, Halle / Saale
Nastulishvili won the vacant WBO Youth I/C title.
6x3: Tom Schwarz, 103,8, Halle / Saale, Ger TKO 1 (2.20) Olegs Lopajevs, 97,6, Riga, Lat
Felix Lamm, 65,0, Nordhausen, Ger W6-U Stephane Benito, 63,6, La Vallette Du Var, Fra
Tom Pahlmann, 90,2, Greifswald, Ger W4-U Florians Strupits, 90,0, Riga, Lat
40-36 on all cards.
July 26, Kaarst, GER, ISA Arena, SRO (200?) FFM Boxpromotion (Nikolas Weinhart), gba
this show was first booked for May, Kaarst, then moved to Frankfurt July 26, then days before moved back to Kaarst in a small hall.
h: Danny Williams, Uk/Lat vs first Boris Estenfelder, who pulled out unhappy with all the problems, then vs tba.
The show was then delayed as all the officials got lost somewhere.
sw: Granit Shala, Ger KO 1 (1.27) Mohammad Hassan Ibrahim,
Ibrahim a complete novice.
lh: Samy Raid Musa, Ger TKO 1 (2.40) Erhan Kalli, debut
both Kalli and Ibrahim are from the big Suleyman Dag stable of bums and divers.
4x3, c. Marcel Gottschalk, Ger W dq 2 Sead Kahrovic, debut
Gottschalk was floored in the first but then put Karhovic under pressure and he lost control and headbutted his opponent to the point where he was dq:d.
lh: Badien Hasso, Ger W 4 (40-36) Artur Waiz, Ger
4x2, w: Alica Melina Hammer, Ger KO 1 (0.32) Helena Tosnerova, Cze
Ms Hammer is reigning ms Schleswig-Holstein. Tosnerova is a bum.
h: Birkan Akyol, Ger TKO 1 (2.13) Sascha Brinkmanns, Ger
As the fight ended the supporters Akyol got into an argument with Brinkmanns cornermen and a fight that turned into a riot broke out. It was total chaos with many injured and police had to come to restore order and it took about an hour to empty the hall ... then came a 45 minute break and the show continued behind locked doors.
sm: Jurgen Doberstein, Ger W 8 (77-75) Matunga Kindele, Bel
Kindele was down in the third.
h: Agit Kabayel, Ger vs Peter BŲhm
6x3, m; Cagri Ermis, Ger vs Arber Dodaj,
July 25, SaarbrŁcken, GER, Congresshalle, DOG Event & Boxing (Oliver Heib), bdb
c: Serdar Sahin, Ger W 8 George Kandelaki, Geo
lh: Ata Dogan, W 6 Paata Aduashvili, Geo
6x3, sw: Kouami Folly Kueagh, Ger TKO 2 Aleksandar Nikolic, Mac
fly: Mirco Martin, Ger W 4 Mikheil Soloninkini,
4x3, h: Senad Gashi, TKO 2 Muhammed Ali Durmaz, Ger