By Per-Ake Persson
Nov 30, Riga, LAT, the Jubilee, Maskavas Street 160, Magadan Fight Promotion (Aleksejs Kosobokovs)
Dmitrijs Ovsjannikovs, 72,2, Lat W 6 (59-54) Deniss Mozeiko, 71,6, Lat
Four man tournament:
4x3, 1/2: Gints Grinbergs, 72,3, Lat TKO 1 (0.45) Eduards Milevics, 71,0, Lat
4x3, 1/2: Eduards Gerasimovs, 72,5, Lat TKO 2 (2.15) Andrejs Dikarjevs, 70,0, Lat
6x3, 1/1: Eduars Gerasimovs, TKO 2 (1.40) Gints Grinbergs,
Grinbergs down once in the second.
Nov 30, Los Palacios y Villafranca, SPA:
l; Carlos Perez, Spa W 4 Ignasi Caballero, Spa
Cecilia Braekhus and Jennifer Retzke
Nov 29, Copenhagen, DEN; Falconercentret, Sauerland Promotion
10x2: Cecilia Braekhus, 64,6, Nor W10-U Jennifer Retzke, 66,0, Ger
Braekhus retained the IBF (Retzke mandatory challenger), WBO, WBC and WBA titles in a one-sided fight on scores of 100-90 twice and a strange 98-92. Retzke was out of her league and knew it and her battleplan was to take it close and maul her opponent. Braekhus scored almost at will but could never hurt Retzke. Cecilia could be seen limping when she left the ring but if this had any effect on her performance is difficult to say.
10x3: Tim Robin Lihaug, 76,1, Nor W10-U George Beroshvili, 75,0, Geo
Lihaug won the vacant WBO Youth title on scores of 97-93 twice and 99-91 after a careful, tactical fight where fear of Beroshvili´s power and dangerous hooks (especially the left) played a big part. Beroshvili could indeed punch but Lihaug could and should have been a bit more daring.
10x2: Klara Svensson, 62,7, Swe W10-U Lucia Morelli, 61,5, Offenburg, Ger
WBC Interim female superlightweight title. Svensson controlled the action all the way in a matador vs bull affair where the bull just stood there protecting herself well but losing round after round. It was scored 99-91, 100-90 and 100-91.
8x3: Otto Wallin, 109,0, Swe TKO 2 (0.01) Vjekoslav Bajic, 98,5, Cro
Bajic, a sub for Ivica Perkovic, was hurt and floored by a southpaw left to the body, went down, got up but never recovered and took a beating at the end of the round and retired on his stool..
8x3: Abdul Khattab, 72,4, Ita W8-U Laurent Ferra, 72,0, Fr
Ferra, a southpaw and a sub for Gaetano Nespro, kept.coming but Khattab was too quick him, countered and won on scores of 80-72 on all cards. Khattab impressed with flashy moves and fast punches.
6x3: Alexander Hagen, 78,9, Nor W6-U Karel Horejeck, 78,7, Cze
60-53, 59-54 and 57-56. Horejeck was counted over when he in the third went down from what looked like a low blow. It wasn´t a fight to remember, messy and wild with few clean punches. Horejeck had a good last round though when he shook Hagen with short hooks as the Norwegian missed.
4x3: Kai Robin Havnaa, 89,7, Nor W4-U Tomislav Rundan, 87,3, Cro
Prodebut for Havnaa, son of Magne Havnaa. It was scored 40-36 on all cards but it was pretty close with Havnaa, strong and willing but much too green and eager. Rundan landed with ease when he punched but couldn´t keep it up.
4x3: Landry Kore, 71,9, Den W6-U Artem Karasev, 72,5, Rus
60-54 twice and 59-55 in a hardfought fight that looked closer. Kore was rattled in the fourth and sixth by his lanky, awkward opponent.
4x3: Steffen Andersen, 89,0, Den KO 2 (20.6) Ralf Sawetsky, 87,0, Ger
Sawetsky was a very late sub for Patrick Linkert, first fight for Andersen since 1998. He´s spent a lot of time in jail and pumped a lot, a lot, of iron while there. He looked relatively good and took out the soft looking German with a left hook to the body. Steffen had a t-shirt with FREE CLAUS M on it and mr M is currently serving 16 years in jail for smuggling a lot, tons of it, drugs to Denmark
4x3: Andreas Lynggaard, 71,3, Nykobing-Falster, Den W4-U Michal Vosyka, 72,0, Cze
prodebut for Lynggaard, 40-36 on all cards. Lynggaard looked green but showed quick hands.
6x3: Garvey Kelly, 65,9, Uk W6-U Gergo Vari, 67,5, Hun
60-54 twice and 60-53 (again a generous of the ten point must system). Vari was good enough to spoil and did just that while Kelly showed neat boxing but without much power.
6x3: Conrad Cummings, 74,4, NI W6-U Norbert Szekeres, 73,0, Hun
60-54 twice and 60-51 in this fight that opened the show. Cummings worked very hard in every round but couldn´t hurt his opponent. Szekeres landed with some shots of his own but Cummings kept coming.
Nov 29, Lausanne, SWI:
Christian Segura, 70,0, DR/Ita W 6 Jamal Dlala, 68,6, Swi
Walid Abderrahmen, 65,6, Tun/Swi W 6 Emmanuel Pinzi, 66,4, Ita
Nov 29, La Rochelle, FRA;
f: Georges Leroy, Fra W 6 Milan Savic, Ser
f: Serif Gurdijeljac, Fra W 4 Julien Gine,
Nov 29, Gisors, FRA, Gymnase Nelson Mandela
l: Jonathan Outin, Fra W 6 Christophe Garrat, Fra
4x3, m: Andrew Francilette, Fra KO 3 Sylvain Lapeyre, Fra
Nov 29, Nimes, FRA, Stade des Costieres
sw: Romain Garofalo, Fra W6-U Rachid Achbar, Fra
Nov 29, Joue Les Tours, FRA:
m: Sangona Esperantos, Fra W 4 Michael Jeanne, Fra
Nov 29, Albertville, FRA:
h: John Nacto, Fra, debut W 4 David Spilmont, Fra
Nov 29, Toulon, FRA, Gymnase du Port Marchand
sb: Jeremy Parodi, Fra W 8 Cristian Sujevic, Fra
c: Faisal Ibnel Arrami, Fra W 6 Jakov Gospic, Fra
Nov 29, Frankfurt, GER, Sport-Performance Studio, First Punch Box Promotion (Christoph Jaszczuk), gba
Samy Raid Musa vs Lothar Longwitz,
fight off at short notice after Longwitz pulled out
10x3, sw: Granit Shala, Ger TKO 1 Azad Dogru
4x3, h; Senad Gashi, Ger TKO 1 Aldin Avdic,
sm: Dominik Ameri, Ger W 6 Kwako Opoku,
?: Marek Jedzejweski, debut D 4 Gregor Brynda, debut
?: Armin Malekzadeh, W 4 Rafael Lesniak,
Nov 29, Burgibba, MALTA, mba
Tyrone Borg, W6-U Nando Calzetta
Nov 29, Merchtem, BEL:
8x3: James Hagenimana, 72,2, Bel TKO 4 Hovhannes Kishmiryan, 72,2, Bel
Nov 29, Mijas, Malaga, SPA, Pabellon de Las Lagunas,
12x3: Luca Giacon, 63,2, Spa TKO 7 Ville Piispanen, 63,5, Fin
WBA Cont´l title
Rudy Encarnacion, 58,9, Spa Angel Lorente, 57,6, Den
Jorge Fortea, 66,5, Spa Sergio Abad, 66,5, Spa
Nacho Mendoza, 66,5, Spa Marius Jacheanu, 67,0, Rom
Julio Sanchez, 72,0, Spa Nordin Abderrahman, 72,0, Spa
Antonio Benitez, 73,5, Spa David Vargas, 72,5, Spa
Nov 28, Luzhniki, Moscow, RUS: GCKZ Arena, World of Boxing / Banner Promotions
sl: Ruslan Provodnikov, Rus TKO 5 Jose Luis Castillo, Mex
Castillo floored twice in the fiffth before it was stopped.
c: Dimitry Kudryashev, Rus KO 1 (0.19) Juan Carlos Gomez, Ger
Sad end for the former WBC cruiser champ Gomez. I´ve heard he´s been caught trying to ride the S-Bahn for free in Hamburg on the way to the gym.
sl: Eduard Troyanovski, Rus TKO 1 (2.52) Jose Augustin Feria, Col
Feria hurt and finally floored and stopped. WBA I/C title.
c: Rakhim Chakhiev, Rus TKO 4 (2.26) Jackson Junior, Bra
lh: Egor Mekhontsev, Rus W8-U Joey Vegas, Bri
80-72 twice and 80-73.
sf: Andrey Klimov Rus W10-U Gabino Cota, Mex
Klimov retained the WBO I/C title on scores of 100-89, 100-91 and 99-92.
w: Sergey Lipinets, Rus TKO 8 (0.40) Ernie Sanchez, Phi
Lipinets won the WBC Int´l Silver title outclassing Sanchez.
6x3: Dmitry Bivol,Rus TKO 6 (1.44) Jorge Rodrgiguez Oliveira, Uru
Sergey Kuzmin, Rus KO 1 (1.47) Nicolas Buule, Uga
Exh: lh: Mickey Rourke, US KO 2 Elliot Seymour,
Seymour was down twice from bodyshots in "a non sanctioned" fight.
Nov 28, Barnaul, RUS:
sw: Pavel Mamontov, Rus W12-U Oscar Roberto Medina,
10x3, c: Yuri Kashinsky, Rus TKO 7 Yuri Barashian, Ukr
CIS/SLO cruiser title
Mahir Pashayev, D 4 Abbas Turgunbaev,
Nov 28, Olstzyn, POL, Urania Hall, Spartan Promotion (P Opalach) / Kobra Boxpromotion (Dalibor Ban)
10x3, sm: Przemyslaw Opalach, Pol TKO 4 Slavisa Simeunovic, Ser
vacant WBC Baltic, vacant WBFou, vacant Polish Int´l 168 lb titles
10x3, w: Yavuz Ertuerk, Ger TKO 3 Adil Rusidi,
vacant WBFou and vacant WBC Baltic 154 lb titles
8x3, lh: Dariusz Polmanski, Pol TKO 7 Slobodan Culum,
interim WBFou Int´l lightheavyweight title
8x3, c: Damir Beljo, Pol TKO 2 Aleksandar Kuvac,
6x3, sl: Said Rahimi, KO 2 Borislav Gligoric,
6x3, lh: Alexander Runde, Ger TKO 5 (not out) Todor Ilic,
4x3, lh: Cezary Samelko, Pol KO 1 Goran Ristic,
m: Piotr Kolodziejczyk, Pol, debut W4-U Aleksandar Jankovic,
6x2, sf: Aida Halic, Pol TKO 2 Ivana Mirkov,
Nov 28, Gijon, SPA, El Palacio de los Deportes, Club Boxeo Tibet
Pablo Fuego, 62,5, Spa W 6 Ryan Peleguer, 62,5, Spa
Jose Ramon, 74,7, Spa W 4 Jon Nagore, 74,9, Spa
David Estrada, 71,4, Spa W 4 Raul Ascencio, 70,9, Spa
Jonathan Alonso, 63,8, Spa W 4 Nugzar Margelashvili, 62,6, Geo
Hector Brea, 59,7, Spa W 4 Jose Acero, 60,0, Spa
Daniel Calzado, 57,0, Spa W 4 Fernando Suarez, 56,7, Spa
Nov 28, Chaumont, FRA:
m: Jean Michel Hamilcaro, Fra W 6 Sebastian Wywalec, Pol
l: Alikhan Tchedjoiev, Fra W 4 Damian Haus,
Nov 28, Papetee, Tahiti, FRA:
12x3, h: Zoltan Petranyi, vs Temoo Tamaitithio,
UBO Euro heavyweight title at stake, Petranyi injured his foot at his first training in the ring which was full of bumbs and even holes. Some improvements where made come fighttime but Petranyi still called the fight off, and had his ticket home cancelled - but Zoltan is now said to come home Friday evening (Dec 5).