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Boxing Results – Saturday 24th March – From: Argentina, Dominican Republic, Mexico, Philippines, Poland, Slovenia, South Africa, United Kingdom and United States
· Saturday 24 March 2012 – Salón de los Bomberos Voluntarios, General Villegas, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Light welterweight – David Emanuel Peralta beat Jose Luis Rodriguez by TKO 3 / 10 – Time: 2:34
Light welterweight – Claudio Alfredo Olmedo beat Rosbel Montoya by KO 6 / 10 – Time: 2:06 – Vacant WBO Latino light welterweight title (supervisor: Luis Arturo Doffi) – Interim WBC Latino light welterweight title (supervisor: Luis Arturo Doffi)
· Saturday 24 March 2012 – Palacio de Deportes, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Super bantamweight – Ada Velez lost Katy Wilson Castillo on SD 10 / 10 – IBF female super bantamweight title
· Saturday 24 March 2012 – Gimnasio Municipal, Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico
Welterweight – Alvaro Robles lost Antonio Pitalua by TKO 8 / 12 – Time: 2:10 – Vacant WBC FECARBOX welterweight title
· Saturday 24 March 2012 – Cebu City Waterfront Hotel & Casino, Barangay Lahug, Cebu City, Cebu, Philippines
Bantamweight – AJ Banal beat Raul Hidalgo by TKO 1 / 12 – Time: 2:29 – WBO Asia Pacific bantamweight title (supervisor: Leon Panoncillo)
· Saturday 24 March 2012 – Oswiecim, Poland
Lightweight – Krzysztof Cieslak lost Felix Lora on UD 10 / 10 – Vacant WBC Baltic lightweight title
Super middleweight – Lukasz Wawrzyczek drew with Christian Pawlak on MD 10 / 10 – Vacant Polish International super middleweight title (supervisor: Krzysztof Krasnicki)
· Saturday 24 March 2012 – Tabor Arena, Maribor, Slovenia
Welterweight – Jan Zaveck beat Bethel Ushona by UD 12 / 12 – Vacant WBO Inter-Continental welterweight title (supervisor: Istvan Kovacs)
Light heavyweight – Denis Simcic beat Fatjon Murati on UD 12 / 12 – Vacant WBO European light heavyweight title (supervisor: Istvan Kovacs)
Former IBF welterweight champion Jan Zaveck (32-2, 18 KOs) won a twelve round unanimous decision over Bethuel Tyson Ushona (25-2-1, 8 KOs). Scores were 117-109, 117-109, 119-110. Zaveck said afterward that the victory is the first step towards re-capturing the world championship he lost to Andre Berto last September.
Light Heavyweight Denis Simcic (28-1, 14 KOs) outpointed Fatjon Murati (13-2-2, 3 KOs) over twelve rounds to claim the WBO European championship. Scores were 117-110, 117-111, 116-111. Murati deducted a point in round eleven.
· Saturday 24 March 2012 – Carnival City Casino, Brakpan, Gauteng, South Africa
Super bantamweight – Takalani Ndlovu lost to Jeffrey Mathebula on SD 12 / 12 – IBF super bantamweight title
Lightweight – Thompson Mokwana beat Patrick Malinga on SD 12 / 12 – South African lightweight title
· Saturday 24 March 2012 – Ponds Forge Arena, Sheffield, Yorkshire, United Kingdom
Super featherweight – Gary Buckland beat Paul Truscott on UD 12 / 12 – BBBofC British super featherweight title
super middleweight – Patrick Mendy lost to Bradley Pryce on PTS 10 / 10
Heavyweight – Richard Towers beat Harold Sconiers by TKO 5 / 8 – Time: 0:27
Light middleweight – Sergey Rabchenko beat Ronny Gabel by KO 1 / 8 – Time: 0:21
Middleweight – Adam Etches beat Stilian Kostov by TKO 3 / 6
Super featherweight Gary Buckland sent a warning to Europe’s top 130-pounders in Sheffield, England Saturday night. The Newport traveller made a successful first British title defense with a unanimous points win against brave Paul Truscott at sold-out Ponds Forge Arena. Buckland dropped his Middlesbrough challenger with a body shot in round ten and took his record to 25-2 with the judges’ scoring 120-108, 119-109 and 118-110.
· Saturday 24 March 2012 – Resorts Hotel & Casino, Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States
Heavyweight – Mariusz Wach beat Tye Fields by TKO 6 / 12 – WBC International heavyweight title
Super featherweight – Kamil Laszczyk beat Tevin Farmer on UD 8 / 8 – Vacant WBO Youth super featherweight title
· Saturday 24 March 2012 n- Aviator Sports Complex, Brooklyn, New York, United States
Light welterweight – Zab Judah beat Vernon Paris by TKO 9 / 12 – Time: 2:27
Heavyweight – Siarhei Liakhovich lost to Bryant Jennings by RTD 9 / 10 – Time: 3:00
Heavyweight – Tomasz Adamek beat Nagy Aguilera on UD 10 / 10
Former two-division world champion Zab Judah (42-7, 29 KOs) scored a ninth round TKO over previously unbeaten Vernon Paris (26-1, 15 KOs). Time was 2:27. Judah was fast and powerful as he dominated the fight, which was an IBF jr welterweight eliminator.
Former WBC light heavyweight and IBF cruiserweight champion Tomasz “Goral” Adamek (45-2, 28 KOs) made successful return to the ring in his first bout since challenging Vitali Klitschko for the WBC heavyweight title, winning a ten round unanimous decision over Nagy Aguilera (17-7, 12 KOs). Scores were 100-90 (2x) and 99
· Saturday 24 March 2012 – Reliant Arena, Houston, Texas, United States
Light welterweight – Danny Garcia beat Erik Morales on UD 12 / 12 – Vacant WBC light welterweight title (supervisor: Alberto Guerra)
Light middleweight – Carlos Molina lost to James Kirkland by DQ 10 / 12 – Time: 3:00 – WBC Continental Americas light middleweight title (supervisor: Gary Hubble)
Unbeaten Danny Garcia (23-0, 14 KOs) claimed the vacant WBC super lightweight world title with a twelve round unanimous decision over four-division world champion Erik Morales (52-8, 36 Kos). Garcia outworked Morales over the second half of the fight knocking down him down with a left hook in the eleventh to win by scores of 117-110, 116-112, 118-109. Morales lost the WBC super lightweight world title on the scale Friday.
MEDIA WORKOUT AT WORLD BOXING GYM,
JERSEY CITY, March 1, 11:00am
Who: Tomasz “Goral” Adamek
Golwice, Poland and Jersey City, N.J.
44-2, 28 KO’s
What:Tomasz Adamek will hold a media workout to promote his upcoming fight March 24th against Nagy Aguilera, Newburgh, NY, 17-6, 12 KO’s, on NBC Sports Network Fight Night.
When:Thursday, March 1, at 11:00 am
Where: World Boxing and Fitness Center, 29 Division St, Jersey City, New Jersey
Pawel Wolak (29-1-1, 19 KO), who , will be fighting against Delvin Rodriguez (25-5-3, 14 KO), said; “that it is always a struggle to provide entertainment to the fans”.
The Polish boxer said that he considers it as a personal defeat if the fans are disappointed with his performance.
People can love me or dislike me. I do not care but I get upset when I am told that my fight was boring or that I did not give a 150% effort, this means that the fans have also suffered defeat with me, regardless of the official verdict”.
Polish WBC cruiserweight champion, Krzysztof “Diablo” Wlodarczyk says he is looking forward to soundly beating up Australian challenger, Danny Green on the 30th November at the Challenge Stadium, Mt Claremont, in Western Australia.
Wlodarczyk was talking during a visit to the Warsaw Zoo in Poland. “Diablo” said that he was very impressed with the speed of the Kangaroo – I think Green will run just as fast when he feels the power of my punches”.
“Danny Green is a good boxer, but cruiserweight is not for him and he will realize that when he crosses gloves with me in the ring – There is only one Polish Boxing Champion and I will take the belt with me back home”.
Klitschko vs Adamek Results: Vitali Too Big, Too Strong, Stops Adamek in 10
Wroclaw, Poland10 September 2011
Game but outsized Tomasz Adamek (44-2, 28 KO) lost his first heavyweight fight against WBC world champion Vitali Klitschko (43-2, 40 KO) after the referee stopped the fight in the tenth round when Klitschko’s jab and relentless pressure on the Polish light heavyweight and cruiserweight champion proved too much for Adamek.
Adamek tried to avoid the long jab of Klitschko by shortening the distance, but every time he avoided the left hand, he got caught by the right hand. In the second round, a powerful right from Klitschko put Adamek into the ropes, which kept him from going down and receiving a count. “Get up” motioned Vitali with his hand.
Adamek’s best round was the third when he was able to engage the Ukrainian champion in couple of meaningful exchanges.
Klitschko, seemed determined to take home a KO win. In the sixth round he was close, Adamek was counted, but showed courage and heart and kept on going, absorbing punches and trying to turn the fight his way.
In the tenth round after seven consecutive Klitschko punches reached bloodied Adamek’s face, referee Massimo Barrovecchio decided to stop the fight at the 2:20 mark. “Dziekujemy, Dziekujemy” (We thank you) screamed Polish fans, when Adamek stood in the the ring waiting for official announcement.
Through out the fight it was obvious that Vitali Klitschko was too big and too strong. It simply came down to size. Adamek just was not big enough, and he couldn’t get past the Klitschko jab.
- In the first of three main events of the evening , televised worldwide to 140 countries, from Wroclaw, Polish heavyweight prospect 23-year-old Andrzej Wawrzyk (23-0, 11 KO) started slow but was putting together combinations and powerful punches from round five, defeating former US Olympian Devin Vargas (18-2, 7 KO) in round nine by TKO.
- WBA cruiserweight Ola Afolabi (18-2-3, 8 KO) had a surprisingly close fight – especially in the first couple of rounds – against tough Polish boxer Lukasz Rusiewicz (9-11, 2 KO). Afolobi was looking to spectacularly knock out Rusiewicz, but only when he realized that it will not happen tonight, Afolabi decided to box his way to a 80-72, 79-73 and 79-74 win on the judges cards.
- Heavyweight Johnathon Banks (27-1, 18 KO), whose only professional loss was a KO against Tomasz Adamek when the Polish champion defended his IBF cruiserweight title, started with the flurry of punches against Ivica Bacurin (8-2, 2 KO) in the first round. The Croatian fighter hung tough and Banks needed Bacurin’s injury in the sixth round to secure his 27 professional victory.
- Brooklyn welterweight Sadam Ali (14-0, 8 KO) had no problems to knock out Boris Berg (4-5, 3 KO) in the sixth round of first undercard bout of Wroclaw’s “Battle of the XXI Century.” Ali was dominating from start and the German fighter was in survival mode from the second round and the ref decided to stop the fight when Berg stopped to answer Ali’s punches.
Results from Stadion Miejski, Wroclaw, Poland
Heavyweight – Vitali Klitschko 42(39)-2(2)-0 def Tomasz Adamek 44(28)-1(0)-0 TKO 10 / 12 – time: 2:20 – WBC heavyweight title (supervisor: Joe Dwyer)
Cruiserweight – Mateusz Masternak def Carl Davis by KO 3 / 10
Heavyweight – Andrzej Wawrzyk def Devin Vargas by TKO 9 / 10
Welterweight – Sadam Ali def Boris Berg by TKO 6 / 8
Super middleweight – Mariusz Cendrowski def Anton Sjomkin by TKO 5 / 8
Cruiserweight – Ola Afolabi def Lukasz Rusiewicz on UD 8 / 8
Heavyweight – Johnathon Banks def Ivica Bacurin by TKO 7 / 8