By Per-Ake Persson
Feb 8, Riga, LAT, Hai Centr, GENS (Vitalijs Maslennikovs)
4x3: Eduards Gerasimovs, 72,4, TKO 1 (1.28) Elvis Rozembergs, 71,9,
4x3: Andrejs Volincuks, 68,1, TKO 1 (1.23) Vadims Tihomircevs, 70,7,
4x3: Ivan Levickis, 63,3, TKO 2 (0.43) Olegs Asejevs, 65,9,
4x3: Olegs Vilcans, 65,3, TKO 1 (1.18) Reinis Stutans, 67,4,
4x3: Aleksandrs Skreivers, 78,9, KO 1 (2.01) Dmitrijs Avsijenkos, 82,1,
Denis Kornilovs, 62,0, Lat W 4 (40-38) Valery Demidko, 59,9, Kaliningrad, Rus
Kristaps Zutis, 90,5, D 4 (38-38) Aleksandrs Roldugins, 90,2,
4x3: Nikolay Vasilchenko, 73,5, Kaliningrad, Rus KO 1 (0.18) Eduards Milevics, 71,3, Lat
Feb 7, Frederikshavn, DEN; Arena Nord, est 1000, Sauerland Promotion
8x3: Dennis Ceylan, 57,0, Den TKO 6 (1.34) Cristian Montilla, 56,2, Spa
Montilla took a beating against the ropes and it was stopped. Ceylan outboxed his opponent and looked good as Montilla fell apart. After five it was scored 60-54, 59-55 and 58-56
Micki Nielsen new WBC International cruiserweight champion
Micki Nielsen, 90,5, Den W10-U Julio Cesar Dos Santos, 89,1, Bra
Nielsen won the WBC Int´l title on scores of 99-91, 100-90 and 100-91. Nielsen had it all his way but the Brazilian took everything the Dane could dish out without being hurt. Micki, a southpaw, does have power but tend to load up and telegraph his shots and he´s also a bit one dimensional and one paced in his work.
10x3: Anthony Yigit, 65,7, Swe TKO 6 (0.34) Kim Poulsen, 65,9, Den
Yigit won the vacant WBC Baltic title with an easy tko win over Poulsen, who for the first time fought against someone where he couldn´t control the pace. Yigit made a slow start but was in Kim´s face all fight long after that. Poulsen took a beating and fell apart bleeding from the nose. He showed no fighting spirit. Late in the fifth he went down from left hooks to the body and early in the sixth he went down again from a left hook body-left upercut head combination and it was stopped. It was scored 50-44 twice and 48-46 (a very strange 38-38 from Austrian judge Josef Temml after four). Both wore Reyes gloves (Poulsen insisted on this while Anthony could choose between that or Adidas). Poulsen, who is licensed in Austria where he lives, got a six week suspension by the Danish Federation all in accordance with the boxrec system that is contrary to the EBU safety agreement.
Tim-Robin Lihaug, 76,3, Nor W8-S Faroud Daku, 74,4, Nth
Lihaug was in vs his first southpaw opponent and did exactly what he had been taught - and nothing more. Daku protected himself and looked for openings that seldom came and it became a rather boring fight. It was scored 79-73 and 77-75 for Lihaug and 77-76, for Daku. I had it 77-76 for Lihaug.
Abdul Khattab, 72,6, Den W8-U Alex Ribchev, 72,5, Bul
77-75 on all cards - not that wrong but Khattab tired badly in the last four and should have had at least one point deducted for the blatant holding he was guilty off. The Dane won the first four and looked too quick for the Kubrat Pulev lookalike (also in style), but then tired. Ribchev had a bad cut by the right eye but kept coming and while seldom effective he dominated the action as Khattab was deadtired.
8x3: Rashid Kassem, 60,9, Den KO 2 (2.06) Guyla Tallosi, 59,6, Hun
Tallosi was stunned by a hard right in the first and was in his own corner when Kassem opened up in the second. Tallosi collapsed under the pressure and hard hooks to the body and was counted out. He threw up during the count.
8x3: Simen Smaadal, 75,6, Nor KO 3 (2.29) Janos Olah, 75,4, Hun
Olah kept smiling while Smaadal worked him over but caved in after a sharp left hook to the body got him.
8x3: Alexander Hagen, 79,1, Nor KO 2 (2.37) Ivan Stupalo, 75,4, Cro
Left upercut and right hand combinations worked fine for Hagen in this one. Stupalo was floored twice and was counted out.
8x3: Richard Commey, 62,3, Gha TKO 4 (1.49) Mikhail Avakysian, 62,3, Geo
Avakysian appeared to have no legs under him and Commey went for an early finish right away but couldn´t nail the Georgian until the fourth and it was stopped right away. Avakysian had a point deducted for holding in the same round.
4x3: Kai Robin Havnaa, 89,6, Nor TKO 2 (2.43) Meridijn Yuseinov, 90,1, Bul
Havnaa, big, strong, wild and relentless in his pressure, wore down his out of shape opponent and scored two knockdowns in the second before it was stopped.
Feb 7, Ferrara, ITA:
Marcello Matano, 68,15, Ita W12-U Jussi Koivula, 69,15, Fin
Matano won the IBF I/C superwelter title on scores of 118-109 twice and 119-108.
Simona Galassi, 50,5, Ita W10-U Loredana Piazza, 50,65, Ita
Galassi retained the EBU flyweight title on scores 97-93 twice and 96-94.
Maurzio Lovaglio, 88,15, Ita TKO 1 (1.47) Rosario Guglielmino, 89,0, Ita
Lovaglio regained the vacant Italian cruiserweight title
Marco Iuculano, 62,0, Ita TKO 2,c Matteo Redrezza, 65,0, Ita
Luca Rigoldi, 57,2, Ita D 4 Mattia Musacchi, 56,5, Ita
Feb 7, St Malo, FRA, Salle de Marville
w: Damien Martin, Fra W10-U Ludovic Duval, Fra
French welterweight title, scored 98-92 twice and 96-95.
lh: Kevin Thomas Cojean, Fra W6-U Ericles Torres Marin, Slo
60-54 on all cards.
sm: Matiouze Royer, Fra W6-U Morgan Le Gal, Fra
4x3, sw: Steven Crambert, Fra TKO 3 Jean Wiegle, Fra
sl: Mehdi Kassimi, Fra W4-M Romain Nemery, Fra
Feb 7, Epernay, FRA, Hall des sports Pierre Gaspard
sw: David Papot, Fra W6-U Sacramento Pereira Fernandes, Fra
sl: Bryan Boussis, Fra W 6 Jonathan Esposito, Fra
Feb 7, Nanterre, FRA:
4x3, sm: Bilel Jkitou, Fra TKO 1 Sangona Esperantos, Spa
Prodebut for Jkitou.
Feb 7, Ingelmunster, BEL:
8x3: Ahmed Boussaidi, 69,8, Bel KO 1 Omar Bouchentouf, 69,8, Bel
Islam Teffahi, 69,0, Bel W 8 Ayoub Nefzi, 69,0, Bel
8x3: Hedi Slimane, 61,0, Bel KO 1 Szolt Nagy, 61,0, Slo
Meriton Karaxha, 61,0, Bel W 6 Ivo Gogosevic, 61,0, Cro
Sebastiaan, Steen, 64,0, Bel W 6 Ambros Horvath, 64,0, Slo
Feb 7, Haapajšrvi, FIN, Steel Ring
Pertti Keita, 72,2, Fin W 6 (60-53) Ladislav Nemeth, 68,8, Slo
Juha Enojšrvi, 72,0, Fin W 4 (39-38) Julius Rafael, 71,5, Slo
Feb 7, Vienna, AUS, Jabclub
8x3, sw: Gogi Knezevic, Aus W 6 Ivan Duvancic, Cro
6x3, l: Manuel Buchheit, Aus TKO 5 Peter Balaz, Slo
4x3, sm: Leo Levani, TKO 1 Leonhard Saric,
m: Arlind Sulejmani, W 4 Almin Kovacevic, Cro
h: Mario Ivkic, W 4 Hrvoje Bozinovic, Cro
Feb 7, Barcelona, SPA,
sw: Miguel Aguilar, Spa W6-S Javier Garcia Roche, Spa
sb: Abigail Medina, Spa W6-U Edwin Tellez,
Feb 7, Pervomayskiy, RUS: Sh. Petrosyan.
Vaginak Tamrazyan, 67,8, Arm/Rus W8-S Alexey Tukhtarov, 68,0, Rus
78-75 twice for Tamrazyan and 77-76 for Tukhtarov.
Manvel Sargsyan, 64,0, Arm/Rus W6-U Davronchon Mamedov, 63,9, Tjk/Rus
60-54 on all cards
6x3: Edgar Gukasyan, 68,7, Arm/Rus TKO 1 (1.14) Andrey Polyakov, 70,0, Rus
Polyakov floored 40 seconds in the round.
6x3: Gegam Mkrtchyan, 66,5, Rus TKO 2 (2.50) Dmitry Lavrinenko, 68,4, Rus
Arutyun Seferyan, 65,8, Rus W6-U Valere Essomba Ngono, 69,5, Cmr/Rus
60-54, 60-55 and 59-56.
Artush Sarkisyan, 81,0, Rus W4-U Izat Ibragimov, 76,4, Uzb/Rus
40-37 twice and 39-37.
Feb 6, Chatearoux, FRA:
sw: Mike Visse, W 4 Sirak Hakobyan,
lh: Thomas Faure, W 4 Maxime Verrons,
Feb 6, Guimar, Islas Canarias, SPA:
l: Artem Haroyan, Spa W 4 Sonni Martinez, Spa
Feb 4, Dijon, FRA:
c: Bilel Latreche, Fra W 6 Istvan Orsos, Hun
Jan 31, Duesseldorf, GER, Arena Boxgym, Arena Box Promotion, bdb
4x3, h: Mohamed Al Zein, Ger TKO 1 Martin Stensky, Cze
4x3, c: Aziz Karaglou, Ger TKO 1 Rudolf Murko, Cze
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