By Per-Ake Persson
Team Sauerland will stage a big press conference on Thursday in Berlin to present its planning for the next few years, including a new TV partner. German paper der Spiegel have reported that the network in question is SAT 1 and that the deal is for eight shows a year. As for the financial side to it it’s reported that SAT1 will pay about half of the what Sauerland’s soon to be former network partner - ARD - does. ARD have reportedly paid as much as 1,5 million Euro for show and less for some. There are also rumors of a some kind of deal with SKY in the UK.
As for ARD they will continue with professional boxing but buy shows from different promoters at least for 2015.
WBO European heavyweight champion Francisco Pianeta (30-1-1) will defend the title November 8 in Stuttgart on the undercard to Robert Stieglietz vs Felix Sturm against an opponent to be announced. Pianeta have also prolonged his contract with SES for another two years.
EBU lightheavyweight champion Igor Michalkin (15-1) now have Frenchman Hakim Chioui (30-3-1) as mandatory challenger. The EBU are now calling for purse bids and they will be opened at noon October 21.
Michalkin is based in Hamburg and promoted by EC Boxing.
Superlightweight Luca Giacon (25-1-1) take on Finn Ville Pispanen (19-5-3) November 29 in Malaga. Giacon fights out of Italy but was born in Spain. He currently holds the WBA Continental title.
By Per-Ake Persson
Oct 5, Uleåborg (Oulu), FIN; Steel Ring
Paul Klemetti, 72,25, Fin W 4 (40-36) Ott Remner, 72,25, Hun
Oct 4, Fulda, GER; Tempel Fightschool (Sefer Goektepe), bdb
6x3, m: Albert Kraus, TKO 3 Miroslav Kvocka, Slo
Oct 4, Spergau, GER, Jahrhunderthalle, Ingo Barberski, gba
6x3, c: Tom Pahlmann, Ger TKO 3 Radek Linka, Cze
c: Sven Haselhuhn, Ger W 6 Marcel Erler,
sw: Mathias Zemski, Ger W 6 Tom Reiche, Ger
Oct 4, Lviv, UKR, Lviv Arena
10x3, c: Alexander Usik, Ukr TKO 7 Daniel Bruwer, RSA
WBO I/C cruiserweight title
w: Andreas Kotelnik, Ukr W8-U Alexander Benidze, Geo
80-71 on all cards.
c: Serhiy Radchenko, Ukr W4-U Ihor Pylypenko, Ukr
40-34 on all cards.
8x3, w: Viktor Plotnikov, Ukr TKO 2 Viktor Janezahvili, Geo
8x3, f: Oleg Malinovsky, Ukr KO 3 Giorgi Gochishvili, Geo
4x3, m: Petr Ivanov, Ukr KO 1 Andriy Danychkin, Ukr
sl: Eldos Sarkulov, Kaz W4-U Oleksiy Kozlov, Ukr
40-37 twice, 40-36.
4x3, sf: Bekman Soylybaev, Kaz TKO 2 Pavel Petrov, Ukr
Oct 4, Basle, SWI, St Jakobshalle:
h: Arnold "Cobra" Gjergjaj, 105,9, Kos/Swi KO 9 Adnan "he Bosnian Lion" Redzovic, 107,4, B & H
Gjergjaj won the vacant EE-EU heavyweight title with a bad ko over Adnan Redzovic. Redzovic was tiring badly, went turned his back to the action and was floored but allowed to continue and Gjergjaj slugged it out bigtime and finally took out his opponent with a left hook.
6x2: Pasa Malagic, 64,0, B & H W6-U Borislava Goranova, 67,4, Bul
Oct 4, Bruges, BEL, Sporthal Tempelhof
Hakim Ben Ali, 62,7, Bel W8-M Jean Pierre Habimana, 63.0, Bel
Reda Azzaoui, 62,3, Bel W6-U Wesley Hertoghe, 62,0, Bel
Oct 4, Munich, GER, Circus Krone, Steko´s Fight Night (Mladen Steko), FvA
h: Tom Schwarz, Ger W6-U Tomas Mrazek, Cze
c: Kristijan Krstacic, W 6 Jindrich Velecky, Cze'
sl: Bojan Aladzic, D 4 Ahmadi Isakhan,
Oct 4, Royan, FRA:
8x2, f: Ericka Rousseau, Fra W8-U Wendy Gervois, Fra
French female featherweight title, 78-74 twice and 79-73.
l: Ruben Gouveia, Fra W 6 Bryan Fontaine, Fra
m: Josselin Mollas, Fra D 6 Amrane Ramdane, Fra
4x3, h: Brandon Deslaurier, Fra TKO 2 Morgan Dessaux, Fra
Oct 4, Forbach, FRA:
lh: Jessy Luxembourger, Fra W 6 Mehdi Madani, Fra
Oct 4, Alvignano, ITA:
h: Sergio Romano, Ita W 6 Gianluca Sirci, Ita
Oct 4, Arenal, Mallorca, SPA, Polideportivo Municipal del Arenal, Principes Boxing Club
4x3, sl: Kelvin "La Perla" Dotel, Spa TKO 3 Pedro Perez, Valencia, debut
l: David Martin, Spa W 6 Michael Carrero, Nic
Oct 4, Gijon, SPA:
l: Pablo Fuego, W 6 Gheorghe Sataran, Rom
Oct 4, Torrelavega, SPA:
sw: Sergio Garcia, Spa W 8 George Ungiadze, Geo
Ungiadze replaced Flavio Turelli.
Oct 3, Paterna, SPA:
Nordin Abderrahaman, 70,0, Spa W10-U Fernando Luz, 70,0, Spa
Mundo Hispano middleweight title title, 96-94 twice and 99-91.
Ion Muci, 72,0, Granada, Spa W4-U Diego Ajado, 74,5, Sedavi, Spa
38-37, 39-37 and 39-36.
Oct 3, Lugo, SPA:
6x3, sb: Saul Tejada, Spa TKO 2 Fernando Suarez, Spa
Oct 3, Gent, BEL; Topsporthal Vlanderen, est 6000, Claude Van Den Heede
sw: Sasha Yengoyan, Bel TKO 7 (not out) Anderson Clayton, Bra
Yengoyan won the WBFed superwelterweight title when defending champion Anderson Clayton retired on his stool after the sixth after taking a solid beating the entire fight.
8x3: Ryad Merhy, 88,4, Bel KO 3 Cedric Kalonji, 88,9, Fra
8x3: Bilal Laggoune,92,1, Bel KO 5 Jeremy Ouanna, 90,3, Bel
Ismail Abdoul, 90,2, Bel W6-U Tamas Toth, 88,0, Slo
Kevin Ongenae, 67,1, Bel W4-M Arnaud Dimidschtein, 67,3, Bel
Domien Van Gansbeke, 64,8, Bel D4-M Kevin Nzemo, 65,0, Bel
Oct 3, Hangelsberg, GER, Müggelspreehalle, Handsch Box Promotion, gba
sw: Giuseppe Lauri, Ita/Hun KO 7 Rico Schulz, Ger
Classic out of the blue one punch knockout with Schulz far ahead on points. Vacant GBC title at stake. Lauri was of course a sub and booked about a week before the fight.
c: Kai Kurzawa, Ger W10 Arturs Kulikauskis, Lat
m: Ronny Mittag, Ger W 8 Bartlomiej Grafka, Pol
6x3, m: Rico Müller, Ger TKO 1 Mateusz Citkowski,
6x3, lh: Denny Lehmann, Ger TDec 5 Vladimir Fecko, Cze
6x3, sw: Shahlar Naghiyev, TKO 4 Kwanku Opuko,
6x3, m: Adrian Raatz, Ger TKO 1 Wagar Mahmood, Ger
4x3, sw: Ahmet Yazar, Ger KO 1 Goehkan Ucar, Ger
4x3, m: Zeynel Elbir, TKO 2 (not out) Suleyman Dag, Ger
4x2, l; Alicia Melina Kummar, Ger TKO 1 Zuzana Schmiedova,
Oct 3, Vireux-Wallerand, FRA, Hamid Zaim
Patrick Bois, 79,35, Fra W10-U Halim Zoulikha, 78,95, Fra
Bois won French 175 lb title on scores of 97-93, 98-92 and 96-94.
Mehdi Amar, 80,3, Fra TKO 6 (not out) Jevgenijs Belitcenko, Lat
Hakim Chiouki, 81,2, Fra W 6 Gabriel Lecrosnier, Fra
Cedric Vitu, 71,7, Fra W6-U Artem Karasev, Fra
f: Sofiane Takoucht, Fra W 6 Janis Puksins, Lat
w: Ahmed El Mousaoui, Fra W6-U Konstantins Sakara, Lat
m: Walid Talbi, Fra W 4 Moulay Khalide Hajii, Fra
Oct 3, Fuenlabrada, SPA, Polideportivo Fernando Martin, Rimer Boxe
Michele Di Rocco, 63,24, Ita W12-U Ruben Nieto, 63,48, Spa
Di Rocco retained the EBU superlightweight title on scores of 114-112, 114-113 and 114-113.. Nieto was down in the 4th and 11th and the knockdowns saved Di Rocco´s title.
b: David Orgaz, Spa W6-U Javier Diaz, Spa
59-55, 59-56 and 58-56.
sl: Vincenzo Gigliotti, Ita W6-U Peter Mellar, Hun
59-55, 59-54 twice.
6x3, sl: Guido Nicolas Pitto, Arg/Spa TKO 3 Raul Saiz, Spa
sw: Javier Cortecero, Spa W4-S Diego Jair Ramirez, Spa
40-36, 39-38, 37-39.
h: Gabriel Enguema, Spa W4-M Antonio Sousa, Por
40-36, 39-37 and 38-38.
Oct 2, Clermont Ferrand, FRA:
8x3, sm: Hugo Kasperski, Fra KO 2 Janos Olah, Hun
6x3, sb: Anthony Settoul, Fra TKO 1 Ferenc Szalek, Hun
h: Berredjem, Fra W 4 Ignac Kassai, Hun
Sep 27, Kiel, GER, Sparkassen Arena, Sauerland Event
Arthur Abraham, 76,2, Ger W12-U Paul Smith, 75,9, UK
Abraham retained the WBO supermiddleweight title on scores of 117-111 twice and 119-109 - all numbers that looked too wide but the right man won. Abraham is probably well past his best and the wild barrages from yesterday are gone but what remains is a primitive yet effective boxer, who knows how to pace himself and when to work and when not to work. Smith was in it the first four rounds but Abraham broke through in the fifth and the Englishman allowed the fight to slip away from him. Abraham sealed the win with a strong finish. Smith had many supporters on hand including Richie Hatton, George Groves and Johnny Nelson.
4x3: Luke Watkins, 90,0, Uk W4-U Martin Horak, 90,8, Cze
Poor fight that didn´t really belong on a show like this. Watkins won on scores of 40-36, 39-37 and 38-38 but it could have gone either way. Horak, a southpaw, gave Watkins, trained by Paddy Fitzpatrick, plenty of problems with his awkward moves.
6x3: Fouad El Massoudi, 69,5, Fra W6-U Armen Torosyan, 69,2, Arm/Ger
Torosyan, downright arrogant, came out punching but kept missing and El Massoudi outboxed him for a win on scores of 60-54, 59-56 and 58-56. El Massoudi did nothing special, just made his opponent miss and made him pay.
12x3: Vincent Feigenbutz, 75,5, Ger TKO 3 (1.11) Guram Natsuslishvili, 75,5, Spa
Feigenbutz, "Iron Junior", retained the WBO I/C interim and GBU I/C supermiddleweight titles with another impressive stoppage win. Natsusishvili was floored twice and had bad swellings around both eyes at the end but did land some good righthanders but Feigenbutz was too strong for him. A left hook followed by a right caused the first knockdown and the towel came in as Guram went down the second time.
10x3; Noel Gevor, 88,5, Ger TKO 7 (1.18) Tamas Lodi, 90,0, Hun
Very onesided as Gevor outboxed his slow but strong looking opponent. Lodi was down in the third, and took a standing eight count in the fifth after what looked like a low blow and was down again in the seventh. With Gevor pouring it on it was finally stopped.
8x3: Enrico Kölling, 80,7, Ger TKO 6 (1.07) Daniel Regi, 80,0, Hun
Kölling treated like a sparring session and took a long time to wear down Regi, who was down in the fourth and twice in the fifth and finally in the seventh before it was stopped.
8x3: Mateusz Masternak, 89,7, Pol W dq 4 Ben Nsafoah, 85,0, Ger
Nsafoah, fighting for the most part as a southpaw and came in as a sub for Gabor Halasz, retired after four rounds of boxing where he bascially just tried to survive.
6x3: Stefan Härtel, 76,8, Ger W dq 4 (2.50) Leo Tchoula, 78,8, Ger
Tchoula had a point deducted in the third for a protest and stuck his tongue out twice against his opponent and that was it - he was dq:d. Härtel had up until then done a number on him and Leo´s eyes were pretty swollen.
Matthew Macklin, 73,0, Uk W8-M Jose Yebes, 73,0, Spa
77-75 twice and 76-76 after a hardfought battle where Macklin´s bigger punch won it for him. Yebes kept coming and had Macklin under pressure in many rounds and the Brit faded a bit late in the fight but put up a good last round.
Sep 27, Moscow, RUS:
Grigorz Drozd, 198,25, Rus W12-U Krzystof Wlodarczyk, 199, Pol
Drozd won the WBC cruiserweight title on scores of 118-110 and 119-108 twice. After four it was scored 39-37 twice and 39-38. Wlodarczyk was down late in round eight.
Denis Lebedev, 198,5, Rus KO 2 (2.18) Pawel Kolodziej, 200, Pol
Lebedev retained the WBA title with clean KO win over Kolodziej.
12x3: Andrey Knyazev, 90,3, Rus TKO 4 Shalva Jomardashvili, 90,3, Geo
WBO Oriental title. Jomardashvili was down in the first and third due to bodypunches and it was stopped due to a claimed arm injury.
8x3; Sergey Lipinets, 63,8, Rus TKO 7 (1.45) Daniel Loemeli, 63,9,
6x3: Alexander Sharanov, 68,1, Rus TKO 4 (1.18) Godwin Cudjoe, 69,3, Gha
Kudjoe was down in the second.
Sep 27, Viterbo, ITA:
Emiliano Marsili, 61,2, Ita W12-U Gyorgy Miszei, Jr, 61,0, Hun
Marsili retained the EBU lightweight title on scores of 116-113 twice and a strange 118-116.
lh: Alessandro Sinacore, Ita W 6 Martins Kukuls, Lat
w: Ivan Levickis, Lat TKO 2 Alessandro Caccia, Ita
Diego Velarde, 76,0, Ita - Andrea Di Luisa, 75,9, Ita
Should have been for the Italian supermiddleweight title but Velarde pulled out after the weighin with no reason given (but apparently it was a panic attack).
Sep 27, Madrid, SPA, El Asador Enrique de Madrid, Maravilla Box
sl: Nicolas Gonzales, Spa KO 2 Anzor Gamgebeli, Geo
l: Cristian Morales, Spa W6-U Vitaly Shivanov, Spa
60-54 on all cards.
fly: Angel Moreno, Spa W6-U Daniel Martinez, Spa
60-52 twice and 59-53. Martinez was down in the first and second.
Sep 27, Gits, BEL;
Delfine Persoon, 60,4, Bel W8-U Judy Waguthii, 61,7, Ken
Yves Ngabu, 87,9, Bel W8-U Sylvain Luce, 88,5, Fra
Sep 27, Mühlheim, GER: gba
c: Taras Oleksyenko, Dessau, Ger TKO 5 Marcel Gottschalk, Wuppertal, Ger
Oleksyenko won the vacant German - gba version - title.
Sep 27, Frenkendorf, SWI:
6x3: Blas Miguel Martinez, ?, Spa/Swi TKO 3 Tamas Hortobagyi, 76,5, Hun
Sep 26, Berlin, GER, Audi Centrum, gba
10x3, w: Robert Maess, Ger KO 7 Ivo Gogosevic, Cro
vacant GBC I/C welterweight title.
4x3, lh: Timur Zaslavskiy, KO 1 Al Masri Agiag, debut
sm: Oliver Drusch, W 4 Ion Barsan, debut
c: Mohamed Soltby, W 4 Patrick Linkert,
m: Sebastian Formella, W4-U Ziso Poulitsa,
40-37 twice and 39-37.
4x3, m: Bakhtiyar Eyubov, Kaz/TX TKO 1 Romeo Paun,
m: Jan Meiser, W 4 Talib Yilmatz,
4x2, l: Alicia Melina Kummer, TKO 1 Roxana Tenea,
h: Andrei Mazanik, W 4 Muslim Benkacimi,
Sep 26, Frankfurt / Main, GER, Saalbau Nied, PSP Boxing / Bigger is Better Inc, gba
lh: Denis Liebau, Ger W10-U Ericles Torres Marin, Ger
vacant IBA I/C title
10x3: Damir Beljo, TKO 5 Alejandro Berrio, Col/
8x2, sl: Bintou Schmill, Ger TKO 3 Mirjana Vujic,
Keep an eye on German beauty queen Schmill :)
6x3, c: Mairis Briedis, Lat TKO 1 Csaba Faur,
6x3, h: Evginios Lazaridis, TKO 1 Attila Zsiros,
h: Boris Bosnjak, KO 1 Elmir Morar,
h: Sezer Uelker, KO 1 Nedeljko Cvorovic,
h: Dennis Kiy, KO 1 Attila Zsiros,
h: Ilja Mezencev, KO 2 Viktor Szalai,
h: Robin Och, KO 4 Sasa Drinic,
c: Sotirios Georgikeas, W4-U Todor Ilic,
m: Matungu Kindele, KO 1 Adil Rusidi,
h: Boris Estenfelder, KO 1 Samir Barakovic,
Sep 26, Freudenreich, GER, Professional Boxing Gym, gba
sl: Sebastian Tlatlik, TKO 1 (2.10) Jason Eagen, prodebut
Stopped due to a bad cut with Eagen already in problems.
sm: Nordin Asrih, KO 1 Michael Traut,
Bad traut with Traut leaving the ring on a stretcher and taken to the hospital.
lh: Jay Spencer, KO 1 (0.40) Robert Szalach,
All in all four minutes of "proboxing" in three fights.
Sep 26, Krasnodar, RUS:
c. Roy Jones, Jr, US KO 1 (1.16) Hany Atiyo,
Jones took out Atiyo with a bodypunch and retained the WBU - german version - title
l: Fedor Papazov, Rus W10-U Felix Lora, Spa
WBC Baltic title
w: David Avanesyan, Rus W10-U Ramon De La Sena,
WBC Baltic title
sl: Aik Shakhnazaryan, W10-U Sergio Maurico Gil,
c: Ruslan Faifer, W8-U Yuri Barashian, Ukr
vacant WBC Baltic Silver cruiserweight title
6x3, l; Soslan Tedeev, KO 3 Bacho Kvaratskhelia,
Sep 26, Porto Santo Stefano, ITA:
Angelo Ardito, 58,5, Ita D10-S Nicola Cipolletta, 57,1, Ita
Ardito retained the Italian superfeather title on scores of 96-94, 95-95 and 94-96.
h: Rosario Guglielmino, Ita TKO 4 Mihaly Kratki, Hun
sw: Carmelo Terranova, Ita W 6 Zoltan Horvath, Hun
Sep 26, Barredos, SPA:
sm: Jose Manuel Iglesias, Spa W 6 Raul Ascencio, Spa
sw: Jony Vina, Spa, debut W 4 Marius Jacheanu, Rom/Valencia, Spa
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