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In another busy weekend for the World Boxing Federation, Women’s World Bantamweight Champion Renata Szebeledi retained her title and Attila Baran captured the vacant Intercontinental Super Middleweight crown in Hungary Saturday night, while Klara Svensson took home the female ditto at Light Welter on a show in Germany the day before.
Szebeledi, who won the WBF World title by going to Germany to defeat hometown favorite Pia Mazelanik in Lemgo last July, took on former foe Eva Marcu of Romania in Budapest, and once again the two women, both only twenty years old, gave each other a good scrap before the champion pulled home the victory.
The end came at 0:30 into round number eight when Szebeledi, at this point clearly on top of things, caught Marcu with some stinging blows, forcing the referee to intervene as the game Marcu seemed unable to defend herself. Having won ten of her last eleven bouts, Szebeledi improved her professional record to 16-9 (9), and Marcu fell to 7-4 (2).
On the same card, promoted by Feja Promotion, youngster Attila Baran (19) made short work of fellow countryman Janos Olah in their fight for the Intercontinental Super Middleweight strap. After a one-sided first round where Baran dominated his foe, the end came mercifully in the second of the scheduled twelve.
Baran put on an impressive performance, knocking down Olaf two times before referee Janos Baranyi had seen enough and waved off the onslaught at 2:55. In time, Baran, who is now 10-2 (5), could be an interesting name to follow, while the best days of 30-year-old Olah, 10-9-1 (3), are probably in his past.
On the previous night in Goeppingen, Germany, talented Swede Klara Svensson won her first professional title when she thoroughly dominated game but outclassed Hungarian Zsofia Bedo on a card put on by EC Boxpromotion for the vacant Women’s Intercontinental Light Welterweight title.
Svensson, now 5-0 (1) and managed by former European Champion Oktay Urkal, chased Bedo, 5-25-1 (1), for most of the ten rounder, and only guts and a big heart saved the Hungarian girl from going down or even being stopped. It was a flawless performance by the Malmo-boxer, who, if anything, lacks a bit of power in her punches. In the end German judges Arno Pokrandt, Frank Michael Mass and Holger Wiemann all scored it the same: 100-90. Klara Svensson is undoubtedly one of the female stars of the future.
Tibor Feja and his Feja Promotion is staging a major WBF doubleheader on Saturday May 12 in Budapest, Hungary, featuring an interesting female world title defense, and two local boxers clashing for the vacant Intercontinental Super Middleweight strap.
World Boxing Federation women’s World Bantamweight Champion Renata Szebeledi, 15-9 (8), is making the first defense of her title against tough Romanian Eva Marcu, 7-3 (2), in a rematch.
The two fought last June, with Szebeledi coming out on top after a rough encounter, and now Marcu will get her chance at redemption and her first world championship.
In her first bout after defeating Marcu last year, Szebeledi travelled to Germany to capture the WBF World title with an inspired performance against local favorite Pia Mazelanik. Since then she has racked up three non-title victories, before dropping a close decision in an IBF Super Flyweight challenge against Simona Galassi in Italy. Now back at her natural weight, Szebeledi is looking forward to defending her world championship in front of her local fans, and with Marcu coming off a fresh victory last month she is sure to be in for another hard challenge.
In the second WBF title fight of the night, Budapest-rivals Attila Baran, 9-2 (4), and Janos Olah, 10-8-1 (3), will duke it out for the vacant Intercontinental Super Middleweight championship. Both have mixed in minor championship territory in their careers, but Baran (19) has youth on his side, while Olah (30) is the more experienced and tested.
It shapes up to be an interesting night of championship boxing in Budapest on May 12, and while Szebeledi and Baran must be considered slight favorites, it is bound to be competitive action in both fights.
Saturday Night, Latest Boxing Results
From: Argentina, Canada, Denmark, Fiji, France, Hungary, Mexico, Ukraine and United States
· Saturday 17 December 2011 – Parque Municipal Eva Perón, Lomas de Zamora, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Light welterweight – Fernanda Soledad Alegre beat Chris Namus on UD 10 / 10 – WBO female light welterweight title (supervisor: Jorge Molina)
· Saturday 17 December 2011 – Pepsi Coliseum, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada
Welterweight – Kevin Bizier beat Lanardo Tyner on UD 12 / 12 – Vacant NABA welterweight title (supervisor: George Martinez)
Welterweight – Antonin Decarie beat Victor Lupo Puiu on UD 12 / 12 – Vacant WBC International welterweight title (supervisor: Jean Douville)
Light heavyweight – Lionell Thompson beat Christian Cruz by TKO 2 / 8 – Time: 1:55
Kevin Bizier’s headed into Saturday’s encounter with a record of 16-0 in front of 2,162 home crowd in Quebec City at the Pepsi Colisee, the three-year pro had only been eight rounds once and recorded a total of 12 knockouts, six of those in the first round. Saturday he went twelve for the first time and was forced to stand and deliver for the first time as scored a 117-111, 118-110, 119-109 decision over Lanardo Tyner (25-6-2 15KO) of Houston Texas, capturing the vacant NABA welterweight championship.
· Saturday 17 December 2011 – Herning Kongrescenter, Herning, Denmark
Middleweight – Patrick Nielsen beat Michael Schubov on UD 10 / 10 – Vacant IBF Youth middleweight title (supervisor: Roberto Rea)
Patrick Nielsen (12-0, 6 KOs) won the first title of his promising career, when he cruised to a clear points victory over Michael Schubov (13-7, 6 K0s). The 20-year-old Dane was in control throughout, doing damage with his right jab. He cleverly kept his opponent at bay and fired in southpaw lefts to body and head. In the ninth, a right sent Schubov down, but he scrambled back to his feet and lasted until the end. The scores were 100-89, 100-89 and 99-90 in favour of Nielsen. “I think Patrick did really well tonight,” promoter Nisse Sauerland said. “He was in full control and pleased his fans. He has a great future ahead and he proved it again tonight.”
super middleweight – Rudy Markussen beat Steven Bendall by TKO 4 / 8 – Time: 0:32
· Saturday 17 December 2011 – Vodafone Arena, Suva, Fiji
Yao Yi Ma beat Pradeep Singh by TKO 8 / 10 – Time: 1:32
· Saturday 17 December 2011 – Palais des sports Jean Capievic, Vaulx-en-Velin, Rhône, France
Heavyweight – Newfel Ouatah beat Cyril Leonet on UD 10 / 10 – France heavyweight title
· Saturday 17 December 2011 – Körösi Csoma School Gymnasium, Érd, Hungary
Lightweight – Istvan Kiss def Andras Varga by TKO 3 / 10 – Time: 1:28 – Vacant Hungary lightweight title (supervisor: Zsuzsanna Toth Gyory)
Light welterweight – Laszlo Fazekas def David Kis by TKO 3 / 10 – Time: 2:49 – Vacant Hungary light welterweight title (supervisor: Zsuzsanna Toth Gyory)
· Saturday 17 December – Palenque de la Feria in Ciudad Obregon, Sonora, Mexico
WBO featherweight Orlando “Siri” Salido (37-11-1, 24 KOs) recovered from knockdowns in rounds three and four to stop Weng Haya (15-5, 8 KOs) in round eight of a non-title match. Haya, only 22, put Salido down twice in the fight, once in the 3rd round and another time in the 4th. Salido got up off the deck each time and made adjustments to compensate for the speed and power of Haya and came back and halted him in the 8th.
· Saturday 17 December 2011 – Sport Palace, Kiev, Ukraine
Middleweight – Max Bursak beat Laatekwei Hammond by TKO 3 / 12 – WBO Inter-Continental middleweight title
· Saturday 17 December 2011 – Fuller School Gymnasium, Gloucester, Massachusetts, United States
Welterweight – Derek Silveira beat Josh Beeman on UD 8 / 8 – Vacant USA New England welterweight title
· Saturday 17 December 2011 – Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States
Super middleweight – Andre Ward beat Carl Froch on UD 12 / 12 – WBC super middleweight title – WBA Super World super middleweight title
Welterweight – Kell Brook beat Luis Galarza by TKO 5 / 10 – Time: 1:38
Heavyweight – Bowie Tupou beat Donnell Holmes on UD 10 / 10
Andre Ward is the Super Six World Boxing Classic champion and the No. 1 super middleweight in the world. Ward dominated England’s Carl Froch to win a unanimous decision by the scores of 118-110, 115-113 (x2) The victory unified the World Boxing Association and World Boxing Council super middleweight titles and also earned Ward The Ring Magazine belt as well as the inaugural Super Six World Boxing Classic cup. The telecast of The Final will replay on Tuesday, Dec. 20 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on SHOWTIME EXTREME and will be available on SHOWTIME On Demand from Dec. 20 to Jan. 2, 2012. - Unbeaten welterweight Kell Brook bounced Luis Galarza all around the ring for five rounds before the referee finally called a halt to the action at 1:38 into the fifth. Brook (26-0, 18 KO’s) seemed to hurt Galarza (18-3, 14 KO’s) in every round before the fight was finally called off with Galarza still upright.
March 8 – 2011
Hungary’s rising power 19-year-old Krisztian Nagy, who collected a silver medal at the Bocskai Memorial three weeks ago, defeated former AIBA World Champion Sergey Vodopyanov of Russia at the 6th Zlatko Hrbic Tournament in Zagreb.
The newly crowned Hungarian National Champion Krisztian Nagy triumphed over Serbia’s Nenad Dmitrijevic in the semifinal and faced Russia’s big gun Sergey Vodopyanov for the bantamweight gold medal.
The Russian star led by a massive 5:2 after six minutes in the final but Nagy did not give up his chance for the gold medal and equalized the contest just before the last gong. After the bout finished on a draw, the young Hungarian fighter surprisingly won the gold medal by accepted scores in Zagreb.
Altogether 65 boxers competed at the event from ten strong countries: Bosnia & Hercegovina, host Croatia, Greece, Hungary, Jordan, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia and Slovenia.
Russia’s AIBA World Championships silver medalist David Ayrapetyan continued his great series in Zagreb: after winning the Bocskai Memorial in Debrecen he secured the gold medal at the Zlatko Hrbic Tournament as well. He faced European Championships bronze medalist Istvan Ungvari of Hungary for the second time this year and defeated him easily in Zagreb too.
After a close first round, Jordan’s Pan Arab Games winner 25-year-old strong Mohammad Al-Wadi beat Russia’s Olympic Games bronze medalist and three-time European Champion Georgiy Balakshin to claim the gold medal at flyweight.
Experienced Tomas Vano secured Slovakia’s huge success at the Zlatko Hrbic Tournament, triumphing over Greece’s new sensation 17-year-old Alexandros Tsanikidis in the lightweight division where the final verdict was an incredible 1:0 to Vano.
Hungary’s strong Gabor Gorbics eliminated Maksim Ignatyev at the Bocskai Memorial Tournament last month after returning to the international stage and he defeated another Russian boxer in Zagreb. In the light welterweight final the 23-year-old Hungarian thrashed AIBA Junior World Championships silver medalist Artem Zaytsev by 6:4 in a contest that the organizers awarded as best fight of the tournament.
Russian National Championships bronze medalist Magomedkamil Musayev led after the first six minutes by 4:1 against Serbia’s Predrag Kovacevic and not only saved his advantage but finally won the welterweight class by 9:2.
Turkish Prime Ministry Tournament winner 26-year-old Maksim Gazizov of Russia used his international experience to beat Romania’s powerful Bogdan Juratoni in the middleweight final.
Serbia’s Golden Gloves Tournament silver medalist Marko Nikolic caused a huge surprise in Zagreb because he beat Russia’s European Youth Champion Yevgeniy Tishchenko by a close 2:1 in the light heavyweight division.
European Youth Champion and Russian U22 National Championships gold medalist 19-year-old Aleksey Yegorov was awarded the best boxer trophy in Zagreb. Russia’s big hope claimed the gold medal in the heavyweight division where he triumphed over Slovakia’s strong Sandro Dirnfeld.
Russian Championships silver medalist 19-year-old Vitaliy Kudukhov knocked down his rival Rok Urbanc in the first round but despite the Russian’s superiority the Slovenian boxer managed to last through to the end of the contest. Kudukhov won the super heavyweight final by points and celebrated his country’s fifth gold medal in Zagreb, putting Russia top in the team ranking ahead of Hungary.
Source: The AIBA
Latest Boxing Results for Friday 18th February, 2011 – from: Argentina, Australia, Hungary, Italy, Japan, Puerto Rico, Slovenia, Spain, United States
- Argentina- Friday 18 February – Club Atlético Boulogne
Heavyweight – Alejandro Emilio Valori def Ruben Ricardo Ponce by UD 4 / 4
- Argentina- Friday 18 February – Barrio El Carmen
Welterweight – Rogelio Manuel Bustos def Cristian Alejandro Alvarez KO 2 / 4
- Argentina- Friday 18 February – Club Union
Light welterweight – Martin Antonio Coggi def Ricardo Fabricio Chamorro on PTS 8 / 8
- Argentina- Friday 18 February – Club Estudiantes
Light welterweight – Monica Silvina Acosta def Alejandra Marina Oliveras by UD 10 / 10 – WBC female light welterweight title – Vacant WBA female light welterweight title
Featherweight – Sergio Ariel Estrela def Guillermo Dejeas by TKO 5 / 6
Super middleweight – Luis Ruben Acuna def Juan Alberto Munoz by TKO 1 / 4
- Argentina- Friday 18 February – Parque Municipal La Palmira
Light welterweight – Diego Jesus Ponce def Juciel Lima Nascimento by KO 3 / 12
Heavyweight – Marcelo Hugo Pablo Lamadrid def Marcelo Ulises Ponce by KO 1 / 10
Super featherweight – Marcelo Guinazu draw Sergio Blas
- Argentina- Friday 18 February – Club Atlético Juventud Unida
Super bantamweight – Jonatan Miguel Sanudo def Ricardo David Ocampo KO 1 / 6
- Australia- Friday 18 February – Rydges Lakeside Canberra Hotel
Heavyweight – Ben Edwards def Leamy Taito by KO 1 / 4
- Australia- Friday 18 February – Racecourse – Atrium Room, Flemington, Victoria
Light middleweight – Frank LoPorto def Harry Venka by TKO 4 / 12 – PABA light middleweight title
Welterweight – Alex Ahtong def Jimmy James by TKO 4 / 6
Welterweight – Jason Kanofski lost to Todd Kidd by KO 1 / 6
Welterweight – Tim Hunt def Matthew Paulley by TKO 1 / 6
welterweight Brad Hemming lost to Rivan Cessaire by TKO 4 / 6
- Hungary- Friday 18 February – AREV Sporthall, Szekesfehervar
Middleweight – Zoltan Kalocsai draw Norbert Szekeres by SD 10 / 10 – Vacant Hungarian middleweight title
Welterweight – Attila Molnar def Ferenc Olah by UD 4 / 4
- Italy- Friday 18 February – Palasport Domenico Tiberia, Ceccano, Lazio
Light welterweight – Samuele Esposito def Marino Bucciarelli by TKO 4 / 10 – Italy light welterweight title
Welterweight – Sven Paris def Lajos Orsos on PTS 6 / 6
- Japan – Friday 18 February – Korakuen Hall, Tokyo
Welterweight – Yuichi Ideta def Suyon Takayama By SD 8 / 8
Light middleweight – Yoshihisa Tonimura def Naoki Wada by TD 6 / 8
Featherweight – Yuki Ogata def Tsuyoshi Tojo by UD 8 / 8
- Puerto Rico- Friday 18 February – Coliseo Pachin Vicens, Ponce
Light middleweight – Carlos Quintana def Yoryi Estrella by TKO 9 / 10
Middleweight – Jonathan Gonzalez def Chad Greenleaf by KO 1 / 10
Former WBO welterweight champion Carlos “El Indio” Quintana successfully returned to the ring to stop Yorgi Estrella by TKO at :38 of round nine. Referee Luis Pabon intervened with Estrella in bad shape and just taking shots. Quintana, who had not fought since losing to WBC welterweight king Andre Berto in April last year, returned this time in the junior middleweight division where he hopes to stay for a while before going up to 160 pounds.
- Slovenia- Friday 18 February – Sportpark Arena, Ljubljana
Welterweight – Jan Zaveck def Paul Delgado by KO 5 / 12 – IBF welterweight title Middleweight – Christina Hammer def Diana Kiss by TKO 8 / 10 Vacant World Boxing Federation female middleweight title
Light heavyweight – Denis Simcic def Sandro Siproshvili by UD 10 / 10
IBF welterweight champion Jan Zaveck (31-1, 18 KOs) retained his belt with a fifth round TKO over Paul Delgado (25-10-1, 4 KOs). Zaveck dropped Delgado twice in round two, and finished him in round five in the one-sided bout. Referee Benny Decroos finally waved in off in the fifth as the cut and battered Delgado sank to his knees. Zaveck, who made his third successful defense, has now set his sights on invading the USA in search of big fights. Unbeaten female middleweight star Christina Hammer (9-0, 7 KOs) punished Diana Kiss (6-3-1, 5 KOs) en route to an eighth round TKO. The battered and bloodied Kiss did not come out for round eight, allowing Hammer to claim the vacant WBF belt. Hammer is also the WBO champion. - Light heavyweight Denis Simcic (26-1, 14 KOs) defended his WBF International belt with a ten round unanimous decision over Sandro Siproshvili (24-8, 11 KOs). Some question about the scoring, but Simcic was up at least of seven points on all cards entering the tenth.
- Spain- Friday 18 February – Daya Nueva, Alicante, Comunidad Valenciana
Super bantamweight – Kiko Martinez def Oscar Chacin by UD 6 / 6
- United States- Friday 18 February – Longshoreman Hall, San Francisco, Cal
Eloy Perez def Roger Gonzalez by UD 8 / 8
Light welterweight – Mercito Gesta deg Genaro Trazancos by RTD 3 / 8
Light middleweight – Richard Hargraves def Clint Coronel by SD 4 / 4
Mercito “No Mercy” Gesta (21-0-1, 11 KOs) lived up to his nickname as he battered Genaro Trazancos (22-14-1, 13 KOs) for three rounds. The bout was stopped on the advice of the ring doctor between rounds three and four after Trazancos somehow survived Gesta’s brutal assault in round three. Unbeaten junior lightweight Eloy Perez (20-0, 5 KOs) was too quick for veteran Roger “Speedy” Gonzalez (27-4, 18 KOs), winning a shutout eight round unanimous decision by scores of 80-72 on all cards.
- United States- Friday 18 February – Wicomico Civic Center, Salisbury, Maryland
Middleweight – Fernando Guerrero def Derrick Findley by UD 10 / 10 – NABF middleweight title
Welterweight – Shawn Porter def Anges Adjaho by UD 10 / 10 NABF welterweight title
Unbeaten NABF middleweight titleholder Fernando Guerrero (21-0, 16 KOs) scored a one-sided ten round unanimous decision over Derrick “Superman” Findley (17-5, 11 KOs). Guerrero dominated early and Findley slid into survival mode midway. Scores were 99-91, 99-91, 100-90 for Guerrero.
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