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Boxing Results & Notes For Saturday 7th July From: Argentina, France, Japan, Mexico, Switzerland, United Kingdom and United States
Saturday 7 July 2012 – Estadio Ruca Che, Neuquen, Neuquen, Argentina
Middleweight – Billi Facundo Godoy beat Jorge Sebastian Heiland on UD 12 / 12 – Vacant WBC International middleweight title
Welterweight – Juan Alberto Godoy beat Ricardo Ezequiel Quinones on TD 8 / 10 – Interim WBC Latino welterweight title.
Unbeaten WBC #1 ranked middleweight Billie “El Nino” Godoy (26-0, 13 KOs) unanimously decisioned Argentine countryman, former world title challenger, and WBC #15 ranked Sebastian Heiland (19-3-2, 9 KOs) after 12 thrilling rounds. The official judges’ scorecards read 115-111 twice and 114-112 all in favor to Godoy. The bout was a WBC middleweight title final eliminator.
Saturday 7 July 2012 – Salle du Mouzon, Auch, Gers, France
Middleweight – Damien Bertu beat Kamel Abdesselam on UD 10 / 10
Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Bantamweight – Ryosuke Iwasa beat Kentaro Masuda by TKO 7 / 10 – Time: 1:49 – Japanese bantamweight title
Saturday 7 July 2012 – Estadio Arturo C. Nahl, La Paz, Baja California Sur, Mexico
Bantamweight – Hugo Ruiz beat Jean Sampson by KO 9 / 12 – Interim WBA World bantamweight title (supervisor: Miguel Prado)
Flyweight – Arely Mucino beat Ana Fernandez by TKO 2 / 10 – Time: 1:40 – Interim WBA female flyweight title
Lightweight – Abdiel Ramirez lost to Rene Gonzalez by TKO – Rd 2 – Time: 2:06 – Vacant WBA Fedelatin lightweight title
Stade de Suisse, Berne, Switzerland
Heavyweight – Wladimir Klitschko beat Tony Thompson by TKO 6 / 12 – Time: 2:56 – WBO heavyweight title (supervisor: Francisco Valcarcel) – WBA Super World heavyweight title (supervisor: Gilberto Jesus Mendoza) – IBF heavyweight title (supervisor: Lindsey Tucker) – International Boxing Organization heavyweight title (supervisor: Edward S. Levine)
Super bantamweight – Aniya Seki beat Eva Marcu on UD 10 / 10 – Vacant WIBF Women’s International Boxing Federation super bantamweight title – Vacant Global Boxing Union Female super bantamweight title
IBF/IBO/WBA/WBO heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko (58-3, 51 KOs) scored a one-sided sixth round KO over Tony “The Tiger” Thompson (36-3, 24 KOs). Klitschko was in command from the beginning. Wlad muscled the 40-year-old Thompson around the ring and landed most the hard shots. Thompson tried to surprise Wladimir at the start of the second but the Klitschko was prepared with his right hand followed by a combination. Later in the round another Klitschko unleashed a series of big rights and backed the challenger into the ropes. Klitschko superior strength was evident through out. Klitschko dropped Thompson in round five with a big right hand. Another knockdown in the sixth and the bout was waved off.
Saturday 7 July 2012 – Hand Arena, Clevedon, Somerset, United Kingdom
Heavyweight – Tyson Fury beat Vinny Maddalone by TKO 5 / 12 – Time: 1:35 – Vacant WBO Inter-Continental heavyweight title
Bantamweight – Lee Haskins beat Stuart Hall on UD 12 / 12 – Vacant EBU (European) bantamweight title (supervisor: Enza Jacoponi)
Unbeaten 24-year-old heavyweight contender Tyson Fury put on a faultless display in hammering out a 5th-round TKO over the always-game Vinny Maddalone. The heavily-hyped 6’9” Fury hit an advancing, brave Maddalone with every shot in the book, finally prompting the referee, Ian John-Lewis to stop it in the 5th. Bantamweight Lee Haskins (26-2. 11 KOs) outpointed Stuart Hall (12-1-1, 7 KOs) over twelve rounds to claim the vacant EBU belt. Scores were 118-111, 117-111, 118-110.
Saturday 7 July 2012 – Motorpoint Arena, Sheffield, Yorkshire, United Kingdom
Welterweight – Kell Brook beat Carson Jones on MD 12 / 12 – IBF International welterweight title
Middleweight – Kerry Hope lost to Grzegorz Proksa by TKO 8 / 12 – Time: 2:59 – EBU (European) middleweight title (supervisor: Charles Giles)
Lightweight – Gavin Rees beat Derry Mathews by TKO 9 / 12 – Time: 1:27 – BBBofC British lightweight title – EBU (European) lightweight title (supervisor: Charles Giles)
Welterweight – Lee Purdy beat Chris Johnson by TKO 1 / 10 – Time: 2:18 – BBBofC English welterweight title
Middleweight – Ryan Aston lost to Curtis Valentine by RTD 2 / 10 – Time: 1:05 – Vacant BBBofC Midlands Area middleweight title.
In an IBF welterweight eliminator, #4 rated Kell Brook (28-0, 18 KOs) won a hard fought twelve round majority decision over #3 rated Carson Jones (34-9-2, 24 Kos). Brook built up an early lead, then withstood a furious late assault by Jones to win by scores of 114-114, 116-113, 115-113. - Middleweight Grzegorz Proksa (28-1, 21 KOs) knocked out Euro champion Kerry Hope (17-4, 1 KO) in round eight. Time was 2:59. - Former world champion and reigning Euro lightweight king Gavin Rees (37-1-1, 18 KOs) scored a good action ninth round KO over Derry Mathews (30-7-1, 16 KOs). Rees battered the game Mathews, finally decking him at 1:20 of round nine.
Saturday 7 July 2012 – Home Depot Center, Carson, California, United States
Super bantamweight – Nonito Donaire beat Jeffrey Mathebula on UD 12 / 12 – WBO super bantamweight title (supervisor: Richard De Cuir) – IBF super bantamweight title (supervisor: Aaron Kizer)
Super middleweight – Kelly Pavlik beat Will Rosinsky on UD 10 / 10
Nonito Donaire (29-1, 18KOs) won a twelve round unanimous decision over Jeffrey Mathebula (26-4-2, 14KOs) to unify the WBO/IBF super bantamweight titles. The scores were 117-110, 118-109 and 119-108. Mathebula was throwing a very lazy jab and left himself wide open for DOnaire’s power shots. Donaire was landing almost at will and staggered Mathebula several times in the first round. Mathebula stood firm in the second, trading punches but taking more damage as Donaire’s faster punches were easily catching the target. - In the co-main event, Kelly Pavlik (40-2, 34 KOs) looked sluggish and unimpressive in defeating Wil Rosinsky (16-2, 9 KOs) via unanimous decision with two scores of 98-91 and one score of 97-92. While Rosinsky was effective at times with the overhand right, ultimately, Pavlik’s size and ability to walk through Rosinksy’s power lead to a knockdown in the second and a wide unanimous decision on all scorecards.
Saturday 7 July 2012 – Bally’s Atlantic City, Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States
Middleweight – Patrick Majewski beat Chris Fitzpatrick on TKO 5 / 10 – Vacant NABF middleweight title.
Middleweight Patrick Majewski (19-1, 13 KOs) claimed the vacant NABF belt with a fifth round stoppage of Chris Fitzpatrick (15-2, 6 KOs)the bout was halted after round five due to a cut suffered by Fitzpatrick, who wasn’t happy about the stoppage. - In the co-feature, jr welterweight Naim Nelson (7-0, 1 KO) outpointed Esteban Rodriguez (5-2-1, 1 KO) over six. Scores were 59-55, 59-55, 60-54 for Nelson.
Saturday Night Boxing Results From: Germany, Japan, Mexico, Philippines, Russia, South Africa, United States & United Kingdom
- Saturday 3 March 2012 – ESPRIT arena, Düsseldorf, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany
Heavyweight Wladimir Klitschko beat Jean-Marc Mormeck by TKO 4 / 12 – WBA Super World heavyweight title – IBF heavyweight title (supervisor: Lindsey Tucker) – WBO heavyweight title (supervisor: Francisco Valcarcel) – International Boxing Organization heavyweight title (supervisor: Edward S. Levine)
Cruiserweight Ola Afolabi beat Valery Brudov by TKO 5 / 12 – Time: 3:00 – Interim WBO cruiserweight title (supervisor: Andrew Smale)
Heavyweight Alexander Ustinov beat Kertson Manswell by TKO 3 / 8 – Time: 1:18
35-year old lineal World Heavyweight Champion Wladimir Klitschko (57-3, 50 KO) of Kiev, Ukraine, made easy work of 39-year old former World Cruiserweight Champion (36-5, 22 KO) of Pantin, Seine-Saint-Denis, France , on route to an easy fourth round knockout. Klitschko retained his Ring Magazine, IBF, WBO, and WBA Super belts.
- Saturday 3 March 2012 – Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Bantamweight – Ryosuke Iwasa beat Yuki Murai by KO 1 / 10 – Time: 3:00 – Japanese bantamweight title
- Saturday 3 March 2012 – Central Gym, Kobe, Hyogo, Japan
Super flyweight Ryo Akaho beat Yoshihito Ishizaki on MD 12 / 12 – OPBF super flyweight title
- Saturday 3 March 2012 – Auditorio Municipal, Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico
Super bantamweight Tomas Rojas beat Julio Zarate on UD 10 / 10
Light flyweight Raul Garcia beat Michael Landero by TKO 3 / 10 – Time: 1:49
In the main event Rojas (38-13-1, 25 KOs) won a ten round unanimous decision over Julio “Sombra” Zarate (28-6-2, 17 KOs). Scores were 97-93, 97-93, 99-92. Twice former champion García (32-2-1, 20 KOs) did not let up on Michael Landero battering away (15-6-4, 5 KOs) until the fight was stopped at 1:49 of round three.
- Saturday 3 March 2012 – Gimnasio German Evers, Mazatlan, Sinaloa, Mexico
Super bantamweight Fernando Montiel beat Angky Angkota by KO 9 / 10 – Time: 2:32
Light flyweight Sammy Gutierrez beat Carlos Ruben Dario Ruiz on UD 10 / 10
Three-division world champion Fernando “Kochulito” Montiel (47-4-2, 37 KOs) scored a ninth round KO over Indonesian Angky Angkota (25-7, 14 KOs) in a jr. featherweight clash. Montiel dropped Angkota for the count with a body shot in the ninth to get the win at 2:32. “Tonight I showed that I am back. And to all of the people who believed in me, I want to tell you that we’re once again going after the big fights. I hope that later this year I will get a world title opportunity and capture the fourth title that we both desire,” Montiel said.
- Saturday 3 March 2012 – Carlos P. Garcia Sports Complex, Tagbilaran City, Bohol, Philippines
Featherweight Rey Bautista beat Genaro Garcia by KO 2 / 10 – Time: 1:24
Jeremy Lantz : In a mixup of sorts, respected philippine promoter Michael Aldeguer expected Genaro ‘Poblanito’ Garcia, not Genaro ‘El Panteriya’ Garcia, a lightweight with a 10W-11L record to be the opponent of Rey Bautista to arrive into the philippines. Due to the setback the promoter refunded all of those in attendance what they had paid; making this a free event. (Boxrec) - ALA Promotions has announced it is “taking legal action against the person behind this act of deceit” in reference to a Mexican agent identified as Victor Hugo Correa who was contracted to send Genaro “Poblanito” Garcia who had a record of 38-8 with 22 knockouts and had fought eight world champions but instead switched fighters and sent an incompetent fighter known as Genaro “Panterita” Garcia.
- Saturday 3 March 2012 – Traktor Sport Palace, Chelyabinsk, Russia
Welterweight Anton Novikov beat Bogdan Mitic by RTD 8 / 12 – Time: 3:00 – Vacant WBC CIS and Slovenian Boxing Bureau (CISBB) welterweight title (supervisor: Miroslav Popovic)
Welterweight Konstantin Ponomarev beat Luis Alejandro Moreno by RTD 5 / 10 – Time: 3:00 – WBC Youth Intercontinental welterweight title (supervisor: Marina Milovanova)
- Saturday 3 March 2012 – Emperor’s Palace, Kempton Park, Gauteng, South Africa
Super middleweight Thomas Oosthuizen beat Serge Yannick by TKO 6 / 12 – Time: 0:47 – International Boxing Organization super middleweight title
Light welterweight Kaizer Mabuza beat Steven Wills by TKO 6 / 12 – Time: 0:40 – Vacant International Boxing Organization light welterweight title
Super featherweight – Sipho Taliwe beat Joey Stiglingh by UD 12 / 12 – WBC International super featherweight title
Tommy Oosthuizen battered Serge Yannick to defeat in the sixth round to retain his IBO super middleweight belt. This was his fourth successful defence. Southpaw Oosthuizen (18-0-1, 13 KOs) gave a great performance as he dominated from the first round against Yannick (14-2, 7 KOs) who was born in Cameroon but fights out of Australia.
- Saturday 3 March 2012 – Hillsborough Leisure Centre, Sheffield, Yorkshire, United Kingdom
Bantamweight Jamie McDonnell beat Ivan Pozo by KO 2 / 12 – Time: 2:11 – EBU (European) bantamweight title (supervisor: Pertti Augustin)
Heavyweight Matt Skelton beat Tom Dallas by TKO– Round 5.
In the main event, European bantamweight belt holder Jamie McDonnell (19-2-1, 8 KOs) scored a second round knockout over former flyweight world title challenger Ivan Pozo (32-7-1, 20 KOs). After McDonnell connected with a body shot, Pozo went to a knee for the count. Time was 2:11. 45-year-old former world heavyweight title challenger Matt Skelton (26-6, 21 KOs) scored a fifth round TKO over 6’6 British prospect Tom Dallas (15-2, 11 KOs). Skelton, a former British, Commonwealth and European titleholder, beat Dallas in a one sidedshow. The fight was waved off at 1:00 of the fifth round as Skelton had Dallas on the ropes. Dallas has now registered two straight losses.
- Saturday 3 March 2012 – Woodland Community Senior Center, Woodland, California, United States
Super featherweight Vicente Escobedo beat Lonnie Smith by KO 1 / 10 – Time: 2:20 – Vacant WBO NABO super featherweight title (supervisor: Richard De Cuir)
Vicente Escobedo (25-5) won very convincingly against Lonnie Smith (14-3-2) of Las Vegas with three quick-succession knockdowns en route to a first-round TKO in their junior-lightweight main event. It was the 15th KO victory for the 2004 Olympian, who responded to Smith’s initial attack by unleashing a series of precise punches which had Smith down twice he then became defenceless sagging under a volley of blows in Escobedo’s corner when the referee mercifully ended it.
Latest Boxing News – Friday 23rd December – Klitschko’s Season Greetings, Medina defeats Brewer, Caballero arrives in Japan, Pongsaklek Wonjongkam, Graf stops Lookmakarmwan, Ramos vs. Beltran / Figueroa Jr vs. Perez, Price vs. McDermott, Mayweather Jailed, Pavlik ‘s Arraignment, Klitschko vs Chisora, Golota’s Return Complicated
- Season greetings from Vitali and Wladimir Klitschko 2011
- Medina defeats Brewer – Jr middleweight Michael Medina (25-3, 19 KOs) pounded out a hard fought ten round unanimous decision to seize the NABF title from reigning champion Grady “Bad Boy” Brewer (28-14, 16 KOs) on Thursday night at the Cox Center in downtown Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Score were 98-92 twice and 99-92.
- Caballero arrives in Japan – Newly crowned WBA feather champ Celestino Caballero (35-4, 23 KOs), Panama, arrived on Wednesday in Tokyo, Japan, where he is slated to defend his belt against WBA#8 ex-Japanese national titlist Satoshi Hosono (21-1, 15 KOs) in Yokohama on the last day of this year. The 35-year-old lanky champ was accompanied by his trainers Jeff Mayweather and Miguel Callist. Pelenchin, a 5’11” champ, has been training strenuously at the Teiken Gym since his arrival here. Caballero says, “I am in good shape, and has no weight problem.” Panama has produced such boxers exceptionally tall in the category as Panama Al Brown, Eusebio Pedroza, Hiralio Zapata, etc. Caballero is one of those who may utilize his gifted physique and long reach against “Bazooka” Hosono who will have a puncher’s chance.
- Pongsaklek Wonjongkam – made the fourth successful defense of his second tour as lineal flyweight champion in unspectacular fashion, as a clash of heads barely 45 seconds into his bout with Hirofumi Mukai of Japan resulted in a technical draw on Thursday afternoon (local time) in Bangkok, Thailand. The butt came about when Wonjongkam was leaning in to throw a left hand while Mukai was crouching down in a defensive posture. Time was immediately called as blood began to stream into his eye. The ringside physicians gave the Japanese novice a long hard look before declaring that the cut was too severe to allow the bout to continue.
- Graf stops Lookmakarmwan - Australian based German super flyweight Alesia “The Tigress” Graf (25-2, 10 KOs) stopped Jubjang Lookmakarmwan (3-4) in round five at the Fraternity Bowling Club in Fairy Meadow, NSW, Australia on Thursday. Graf was in control of the bout in all of the rounds and referee Mick Heafey saved the Thai boxer from further punishment at 0:53 of round five. The WBU and WBF super bantamweight titles were up for grabs. This is Graf’s second contest in Australia. She was born Alesia Klimovich in Gomel, Belarus in 1980 and held the Global Boxing Union super flyweight title from 2006 to 2008.
- Ramos vs. Beltran / Figueroa Jr vs. Perez on January 6th – LOS ANGELES - The Friday, Jan. 6 edition of SHOWTIME’s “ShoBox: The New Generation” promises to be one of its best to date, as Golden Boy Promotions announced today that the co-featured fight will be another intriguing matchup in the 135-pound weight class pitting unbeaten prospects Michael Perez and Omar Figueroa Jr. against each other in a 10 round battle for the World Boxing Organization – WBO Inter-Continental Youth Lightweight Title. The night of boxing is headlined by the NABA USA Lightweight Title fight between Luis Ramos Jr. and Raymundo Beltran at Fantasy Springs Resort Casino in Indio, Calif. – Ramos vs. Beltran and Perez vs. Figueroa are presented by Golden Boy Promotions, sponsored by Corona, DeWalt Tools and AT&T and will be televised live on ShoBox: The New Generation at 11:00 p.m. ET/PT (delayed on the West Coast) on SHOWTIME.
- Price vs. McDermott – 28-year-old David Price (11-0, 9 KO’s) will be fighting John McDermott (26-7, 17 KO’s) in an important British heavyweight title eliminator bout next month on January 21st at the Olympia, in Liverpool, England. The winner of that fight faces British champion Tyson Fury sometime in 2012.
- Mayweather gets 90 days in jail - Multiple news outlets have reported that Floyd Mayweather Jr. pleaded guilty to reduced misdemeanor charges that will settle his felony charges. The plea deal avoided him the trial on felony allegations that he battered his former girlfriend during an argument in September 2010. He is to report on January 6 at 10:45AM to begin serving his sentence. Floyd must also attend a 12-month domestic violence program, pay $2500 in fines and perform 100 hours of community service. The full sentence is for six months, of which three months are suspended and he was given credit for three days served. Floyd’s attorney asked if the court would consider a home detention program. “Not in lieu of the 90 days,” Judge Saragosa responded. “I have considered it, yes, absolutely, and I have decided that the time he will spend in custody is appropriate.
- Pavlik faces Friday arraignment on three charges – Former middleweight boxing champion Kelly Pavlik faces arraignment Friday morning in Canfield Area Court on charges of OVI, failure to control and leaving the scene of an accident. He spent a brief time in the Mahoning County jail on the three misdemeanor charges after being arrested Wednesday night at his Sugarbush Drive home in Canfield. Police say Pavlik, 29, and a friend wrecked two ATVs on a neighboring piece of property, destroying a lamp post and causing other damage. Reports say Pavlik smelled of alcohol and was belligerent to deputy sheriffs investigating the accident.
- Klitschko vs Chisora - WBC heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko (43-2, 40 KO’s) will be dealing with the best pressure fighter he’s faced in many years when he defends his title against the hard hitting Dereck Chisora (15-2, 9 KO’s) on February 18th at the Olympiahalle in Munich, Germany.
- Golota’s Return Complicated – Heavyweight Andrew Golota (41-8-1, 33 KOs) is no longer certain when his ring return is going to take place. The boxer was scheduled to return in December, and then it was pushed back to early 2012, and then back to December. The 43-year-old fighter stepped away from the ring in 2009 after suffering a beating in a five round TKO loss to countryman Tomasz Adamek. “At the moment my plans are a little blurred. A few things imposed on each other and, therefore, my return to the ring is a little complicated,” Golota said.
Saturday Night, Global Boxing Results – 27th August, 2011 – from: Argentina, China, Germany, Japan, Mexico, Nicaragua, United Kingdom, Philippines and United States
- Saturday 27 August – Club Banco Provincia, City Bell, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Super middleweight – Ezequiel Osvaldo Maderna def Jorge Rodriguez Olivera by TKO 3 / 12 – Interim WBO Latino super middleweight title
- Saturday 27 August – Tiangin Sports Center Arena, Tiangin Jinan, China
Super flyweight – Jerwin Ancajas def Xiang Jing on UD 10 / 10
- Saturday 27 August – Messehalle, Erfurt, Thüringen, Germany
Heavyweight – Robert Helenius def Siarhei Liakhovich by TKO 9 / 12 – Time: 0:19 – WBA Inter-Continental heavyweight title (supervisor: Francisco Pina) – WBO Inter-Continental heavyweight title (supervisor: Istvan Kovacs)
Heavyweight – Alexander Povetkin def Ruslan Chagaev on UD 12 / 12 – Vacant WBA World heavyweight title (supervisor: Francisco Pina)
Light heavyweight – Artur Hein lost to Tony Averlant by TKO 11 / 12 – Time: 2:01 – Vacant EBU-EU (European Union) light heavyweight title
Robert Helenius had more trouble than was anticipated today in Germany, but in the end his stamina and power proved to be too much, as he rallied in the eighth and ninth rounds to finish off a very game Sergei Liakhovich.
- Saturday 27 August – Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Super featherweight – Daisuke Yokoyama def Koji Nakano by TKO 6 / 8 – Time: 2:08
- Saturday 27 August – Centro De Espectaculos De La Feria Leon, Leon, Guanajuato, Mexico
Super middleweight – Librado Andrade def Matt O’Brien by TKO 3 / 10 – Time: 2:20
- Saturday 27 August – Auditorio Benito Juarez, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico
Light flyweight – Ulises Solis def Jether Oliva on UD 12 / 12
IBF light flyweight title
Minimumweight – Raul Garcia lost to Moises Fuentes on SD 12 / 12 – WBO minimumweight title (supervisor: Rafael Lopez Santos)
In the main event, IBF jr flyweight champion Ulises “Archie” Solís (34-2, 21 KOs) scored a one-sided twelve round unanimous decision over previously unbeaten Jether Oliva (17-1-1, 11 KOs). Scores were 120-108, 118-110 and 119-109. - Unheralded Moisés Fuentes (14-1, 6 KOs) shockingly claimed the WBO minimumweight championship with a twelve round split decision over reigning world titleholder Raúl “Rayito” Garcia (30-2, 18 KOs). Fuentes went down at the end of round nine, but recovered during the break. Scores were 114-112, 114-112 for Fuentes and 114-112 for Garcia.
- Saturday 27 August – Gimnasio Niños Héroes, Tepic, Nayarit, Mexico
Featherweight – Christopher Perez def Hector Javier Marquez on UD 10 / 10
Lightweight – Sergio Villanueva def Jose Mendoza by KO 7 / 10
- Saturday 27 August – Plaza de Toros, Huamantla, Tlaxcala, Mexico
Flyweight – Mariana Juarez def Asami Shikasho on UD 10 / 10 – WBC female flyweight title
Bantamweight – Zulina Munoz def Verena Crespo by KO 2 / 10 – WBC Silver female title
WBC female flyweight world champion Mariana “Le Barbie” Juarez (30-5-3, 14 KOs) scored a one-sided ten round unanimous decision over Asami Shikasho (5-3, 3 KOs). Juarez was faster and sharper as she punished the very game Shikasho but outmatched in every round.
- Saturday 27 August – Gimnasio Alexis Arguello, Managua, Nicaragua
Super bantamweight – Eliecer Lanzas drew with Ariel Vasquez on PTS 9 / 9 – Vacant WBA Fedecentro super bantamweight title
- Saturday 27 August – Rizal Park, Davao City, Davao City, Philippines
Super featherweight – Ricky Sismundo def Balweg Bangoyan on UD 10 / 10
Super featherweight – Joseph Von Minoza def Ernie Sanchez on SD 10 / 10
- Saturday 27 August – Meadowbank Sports Centre, Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom
Welterweight – Gary McMillan lost to Kevin McIntyre on PTS 10 / 10
Lightweight – Alex Arthur def Aleksander Vakhtangashvili by TKO 4 / 10
- Saturday 27 August – Water Oaks Farm Arena in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, United States
Heavyweight prospect Deontay Wilder (18-0, 18KOs) continued his unbeaten streak against overwhelmed opponents. Wilder’s right hand found Dominique Alexander (20-13-1, 9KOs) in the second round to score a TKO win. Wilder peppered Alexander with a series of jabs in the first round, and began to let his hands go in the second. At the start of the second, he dropped Alexander who managed to beat the count. But Wilder finished him off a moment later with a hard right.
Saturday Night Boxing Results (20th August): Angulo and Montiel Win in Mexico, Fuentes Wins in Japan – Results from Japan, Mexico, Argentina, Switzerland and United States
- Saturday 20 August – Ce.De.M. N° 1, Caseros, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Light heavyweight – Roberto Feliciano Bolonti def Jose Emilio Mazurier by TKO 6 / 10 – Vacant Argentina (FAB) light heavyweight title
- Saturday 20 August – Club Plaza Italia, Campana, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Lightweight – Juan Manuel Witt def Nestor Silva Diaz by TKO 5 / 12 – Time: 2:59 – Vacant South American lightweight title
- Saturday 20 August – Sumiyoshi Ward Center, Osaka, Osaka, Japan
Flyweight – Rocky Fuentes def Hirofumi Mukai on UD 12 / 12 – OPBF flyweight title
Fuentes (29-6-2, 17 KO) is shaowing that he is better than his record might suggest. He retained his OPBF title with this win over Mukai (5-1, 0 KO), on scores of 118-110, 118-111, and 117-111.
- Saturday 20 August – Nido Sport Center, Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico
Light middleweight – Alfredo Angulo def Joseph Gomez by KO 1 / 12 – Time: 1:24 – Vacant WBC Continental Americas light middleweight title (supervisor: Rudy Tellez)
- Saturday 20 August – La Cetto Vineyard, Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico
Super bantamweight – Fernando Montiel def Alvaro Perez by KO 3 / 10 – Time: 1:26
Lightweight – Aaron Herrera def Carlos Wiston Velasquez on SD 10 / 10
Welterweight – Alvaro Robles lost to Jorge Silva by KO 8 / 10 – Time: 1:44
Former three-division world champion Fernando “Cochulito” Montiel (46-3, 36 KOs) scored a third round KO over Álvaro Pérez (21-4-1, 12 KOs) in a super bantamweight bout “I promised (promoter) Fernando Beltran that my next fight would be for the super bantamweight world title. I’m back and ready to win my fourth title in different divisions and in 2012 will seek a rematch against Nonito Donaire,” stated Montiel. - Herrera – Velasquez – Herrera was dominated nearly every step of the way in this 10-round lightweight bout. Velasquez applied continuous pressure and refused to back down; Herrera did manage to rock Velasquez with a right hand to the chin, around midway through the bout. Velasquez momentarily wobbled, but quickly recovered and barely missed a step. However at the end the judges seemed to think that Herrera deserved to win, with only one judge scoring the card in favor of Velasquez. Herrera manages to remain unbeaten as his record advances to 21-0 (15KO) while A two-fight win streak comes to an end for Velasquez, as he falls to 18-12-1 (10KO) with the loss.
- Saturday 20 August – Casino Black Pyramid, Manzanillo, Colima, Mexico
Super featherweight – Rafael Guzman drew with Rafael Hernandez on MD 12 / 12 – Vacant World Boxing Federation super featherweight title
Super flyweight – Juan Jose Montes def Sammy Reyes by TKO 2 / 10 – Time: 2:36
Bantamweight – Kaliesha West def Jessica Villafranca on UD 10 / 10 – WBO female bantamweight title
Flyweight – Arely Mucino def Susana Vazquez on UD 10 / 10 – IBF female flyweight title
- Saturday 20 August – Kursaal, Berne, Switzerland
Middleweight – Yves Studer drew with Siarhei Khomitski on SD 12 / 12 – International Boxing Council middleweight title (supervisor: Mariana Borisova)
Super flyweight – Aniya Seki def Natascha Guthier on UD 10 / 10 – Vacant Global Boxing Union Female super flyweight title (supervisor: Juergen Lutz)
- Saturday 20 August – Houston Athletic Fencing Center, Houston, Texas, United States
Heavyweight – Oliver McCall def Damian Wills on UD 10 / 10 – Vacant World Boxing Foundation International heavyweight title (supervisor: Chris Vendola)
Heavyweight – Steven Moreno def Bobby Pickett by KO 1 / 4
46 year old, former WBC heavyweight titleholder Oliver McCall, 56-11 37 (KOs), outpointed Damian Willis, 30-3-1 (23 KOs), over 10 rounds. The Atomic Bull simply absorbing his younger opponent’s blows and bullied him with on the inside. McCall seemed to be testing out Willis punching power for the first three rounds and then proceeded to unload with short punches thrown from both fists. Willis, 31, came in flabby around the midsection and by the fourth round, was fast running out of steam with every punch he threw. As the fight wore on, Willis’ punches began to lose serious power and started to bounce harmlessly off McCall’s head, while McCall rocked Willis each time he scored a direct hit. However Willis denied McCall the openings for more than one clean shot at a time by leaning and clinching, Scores were 97-93 and 96-94 (twice) all for McCall. The bout was staged by Savarese Boxing Promotions.