By Per-Ake Persson
Oct 25, Monte Carlo, MON, M C Casino,
Martin Murray, 72,48, Uk Wtdec 7 Domenico Spada, 72,4, Ita
Murray retained the WBC Silver title when Spada was ruled out due to a cut and it went to the scorcards. 67-66, 68-63 and 69-67 with Spada not very happy about the stoppage.
Eleider Alvarez, 79,29, TKO 7 (1.52) Ryno Liebenberg, 79,9, RSA
Alvarez won the WBC Silver title. Liebenberg was down in the sixth and stopped due to cuts in round seven.
Rando Caballero, 53,47, W12-U Stuart Hall, 52,0, Uk
Caballero won the IBF bantamweight title on scores of 116-111 twice and 118-110. Hall was down in the second.
Hekkie Budler, 47,6, RSA W12-U Xiong Zhao Zhong, 47,9,
Budler, down in the second, retained the WBO/IBO titles on scores of 114-112 twice and 118-108. Zhong was down in the third.
6x3: Nick Blackwell, 74,4, Uk D8-M Sergey Khomitsky, 74,4, Blr
76-76 twice and 78-76 for Blackwell.
Oct 25, La Fare les Oliviers, FRA:
sm: Walid Talbi, Fra W 4 Dagir Imanov, Fra
Oct 25, Gent, BEL:
Abedin Kubat, 99,0, Bel W 4 Florians Strupits, 91,8, Lat
Oct 25, Anderlues, BEL:
10x3: Farid Hakimi, 63,3, Bel TKO 8 Ahmed El Hamwi, 63,1, Bel
Belgian superlightweight title.
Joel Samain, 85,9, Bel W 6 Jorge Ortiz, 83,1, Col
Oct 25, Droixhe, BEL:
8x3: Geoffrey Batello, 91,0, Bel KO 3 Emre Altintas, 89,4, Ger
8x3: Cedric Tita, 64,5, Bel KO 1 Al Hassan Zadeh, 66,0, Ger
Elmach Ismailov, 75,5, Bel W4-U Dursun Berkta, 76,0, Tur
Oct 25, Czestochowa, POL:
4x3, exh: Andrew Golota vs Dannell Nicholson, US
Golota´s final (?) farewell appearance.
8x3, lh: Robert Parzeczewski, Pol TKO 3 Ruslan Rodivich,
vacant WBFou Int´l title.
6x3, m: Lukasz Wawrzyczek, Pol TKO 6 Andrei Dolhozhyieu, Blr
h: Marcin Siwy, Pol W 6 Artsiom Charniakevich,
w: Andrei Staliarchuk, Blr D 6 Dawid Kwiatkowski, Pol
c: Adam Koprowski, W 4 Artsiom Hurbo,
4x3, h: Wojicech Panasiuk, TKO 1 Robert Gacek,
Oct 25, Montoire de Bretagne, FRA:
Charly Couedor, 63,15, Fra W 6 Kristian Matija, 63,3,
Oct 25, Budva, MNE: Mediterranean Sports Centre, est 1500 / national TV
Memorial show for Vidoje Sjekloca (Nikola´s father)
l: Dejan Zlaticanin, Mne W10-U Alex Bone Palma, Spa
100-91 twice and 99-91. Bone was floored in the fourth and eighth.
sm: Nikola Sjekloca, W 8 Jorge Rodriguez Oliveira,
80-72 on all cards.
c: Miljan Rovcanin, W 6 (59-57) Marko Rupcic, Cro
c: Dilan Prasovic, W 4 (40-36) Aleksandar Petrovic,
4x3, sm: Francesco Rumignani, KO 2 Dalibor Terzic,
sm: Dragan Roganovic, W 4 (39-37) Alexander Bojic,
Oct 25, Ascona, SWI:
Ricardo Silva, 66,7, Swi W 8 Giovanni D´Antoni, 67,0, Ita
Oct 24, Valladolid, SPA:
lh: Ricky Dennis Pow, Spa W 6 Ionut Strachinaru,
Oct 24, Moscow, RUS, World of Boxing (Andzej Ryabinski)
h: Alexander Povetkin, Rus KO 10 Carlos Takam, Fra
Povetkin retained the WBC Silver title with a tenth round knockout Carlos Takam. Povetkin ended matters with a lright followed by a left hook and Takam went down and out with the count dispensed with. Takam was ruled down with only the ropes holding him up in the ninth. After eight it was scored 76-76 twice and 77-76 for Takam. After four it was scored 39-37 Takam twice and 39-37 Povetkin.
c: Rahkim Chahkiev, Rus KO 4 Giacobbe Fragomeni, Ita
Chakhiev won the vacant EBU title flooring Fragomeni twice en route to a fourth round knockout.
l: Eduard Troyanovski, Rus KO 5 (0.32) Jose Alfaro, Nic
Troyanovski won the WBA Int´l lightweight title. Alfaro was down in the third and knocked cold with a left in the fifth.
h: Manuel Charr, Ger TKO 6 (not out) Michael Grant, US
Grant, outclassed, retired after the fifth. The WBC Int´l title was not at stake.
m: Arif Magomedov, Rus W10-U Michael Zerafa,
WBO Youth and WBO A-P titles, scored 100-91 twice and 99-91.
lh: Sergey Ekimov, Rus TKO 6 (not out) Miguel Velozo, Cze
f: Evgueny Smirnov, Rus W6-U Michael Nyawade, Ken
Nyawade was down in the second.
Oct 24, St Nazaire, FRA, La Soucoupe
6x3, b: Nordine Oubaali, Fra KO 1 Norredine Dahou, Fra
sw: David Papot, Fra W 4 Sophyan Haoud, Fra
4x3, sm: Pierre Hubert Dibombe, Fra KO 2 Ali Khaveri, Ita
Oct 24, Puerto de la Cruz, Tenerife, SPA, Club Teiedbox:
4x3: Artem Haroyan, 61,0, Arm/ KO 1 Amelio de Arcos, 61,0, Spa, debut
de Arcos, a local man, stepped in for a gymmate and was kayoed in the first.
Oct 24, L´Hospitalet de Llobregat, SPA, La Farga, Tundra / Gallego Prada
Rudy Encarnacion, 56,8, Spa W12-U Juli Giner, 56,8, Spa
Encarnacion retained the EU featherweight title on what espabox.com reports as a controversial decision with the champion up 114-112 twice and 116-110. Giner took a standing eight in first and Encarnacion had a point deducted in the tenth for holding.
Abigail Medina, 55,3, Spa KO 10 Daniele Limone, 54,9, Ita
Medina won the vacant EU superbantam title as he took out Limone with a left in the tenth.
Ruben Diaz, 72,3, Spa W10- Guzman Castillo, 71,3, Spa
Diaz won the vacant Spanish title on scores of
8x3, sw: Javier Garcia Roche, Spa KO 2 Robison Omsarashvili, Geo
6x3, f: Sergio Blanco, Spa TKO 1 David Kvaratskhelia,
sl: Sandor Martin, Spa W6-U Miguel Aguilar, Nic
sw: David Calvo, Spa W4- David Estrada,
Oct 18, Dachau, GER, ASV Hall, Petko´s Fight Night (Alexander Petkovic) / Media Event Service (Kurt Goettler), bdb
6x3, lh: Shefat Ifusi, KO 2 Allou Diallo Ali, debut
lh: Granit Bylyghashi, W 4 Dejan Kmeta,
m: Aleksandar Vuruna, debut W 4 Erkan Guec,
4x3, m: Martin Popp, KO 4 Zeljko Vuksic, debut
m: James Kraft, debut W 4 Jovica Kokot,
4x3, sm: Darko Knezevic, TKO 4 Attila Korda,
lh: Toni Kraft, W 4 Josip Jalusic,