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Saturday Night Fight Results – Boxing and MMA – for August 6, 2011 – FromArgentina, Dominican RepublicJapan, Philippines, Mexico and the United States

  • Saturday 6 August – Estadio Socios Fundadores, Comodoro Rivadavia, Chubut, Argentina

Welterweight – Hector David Saldivia def Emilio Julio Julio by KO 5 / 11 - Time: 2:15 – Interim WBA Fedelatin welterweight title

Lightweight – Erica Anabella Farias def Ann Saccurato on TD 8 / 10 – WBC female lightweight title

 

  • Saturday 6 August – Tonight from beautiful Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic,

Hot prospect from Caguas, Puerto Rico, Jesús Rojas (18-1; 13KO), annihilated very tough Miguel O. Martínez (14-3; 8KO) at the 2:27 mark of the second round. It was a solid performance from Rojas, who is making a lot of sound in the super bantamweight division and is now a world title contender. He is trained by the legendary Emanuel Steward. Other results are: Alvin Torres (8-1; 7KO’s) defeated Julio Concepción by KO in the opening round and his twin brother Irving Torres (8-1; 4KO) defeated game Juan Encarnación by unanimous decision. In the special attraction of the night, Venezuela’s Jeancarlo Prada (25-0; 18KO) defeated José Soto (24-9; 13KO) in a sensational first round KO performance, becoming the new WBC’s FECARBOX’s welterweight champion. All winners are part of Miguel Cotto Promotions, who continues to develop a sensational stable of prospects.

 

  • Saturday 6 August – Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan

Featherweight – Ryol Li Lee def Rikiya Fukuhara by TKO 5 / 10 – Time: 2:39

Middleweight – Koji Sato def Fukutaro Ujiie by TKO 6 / 12  - Time: 1:33 – OPBF middleweight title

Former WBA super-bantam champ AKA Ryol-li Lee (Retsuri Lee), won his comeback fight – (since his forfeiture of his world throne to compatriot Akifumi Shimoda who was lately dethroned by Rico Ramos in Atlantic City), as he landed a well-timed countering right, which dropped ex-national titlist Rikiya Fukuhara and got a TKO

victory at 2:39 of the fifth round. In a supporting event, WBA#6/WBC#8 OPBF middleweight champ Koji Sato , registered his third defense since regaining the regional belt when he caught compatriot Fukutaro Ujiie, with a barrage of punches, badly floored him and halted him at 1:33 of the sixth session in a scheduled twelve. Sato was once unsuccessful to wrest the WBA 160-pound belt from Felix Strum only to be stopped in seven lopsided rounds in Germany in 2009. The flat-footed puncher recaptured the OPBF belt by decisioning southpaw compatriot Tetsuya Suzuki in Osaka in December 2009. Sato has stopped five opponents in a row since.

 

  • Saturday 6 August – Gimnasio Carlos Zárate, Cuautla, Morelos, Mexico

Super middleweight – Guillermo Romero def Bladimir Hernandez by TKO 9 / 12 – Time: 1:50

 

  • Saturday 6 August – Gimnasio Municipal, Navojoa, Sonora, Mexico

Middleweight – Luis Ramon Campas def Marcelo Alejandro Rodriguez by TKO 3  / 12 – Time: 2:23 – Vacant WBA Fedelatin middleweight title

Super flyweight – Jose Salgado def Carlos Ariel Farias by KO 1 / 12 – Time: 2:03 – Vacant WBC International super flyweight title

Featherweight – Andres Gutierrez drew with Jesus Ruiz on PTS 9 / 9 – Vacant WBA Fedecentro featherweight title

Minimumweight – Jesus Silvestre def Walter Rojas by KO 2 / 9 – Time: 2:00 – WBA Fedecentro minimumweight title

Light flyweight – Jose Rodriguez def Fred Heberto Valdez by KO 1 / 8

Super flyweight – Jesus Jimenez def Jorge Cardenas by TKO 3 / 8

 

  • Saturday 6 August – Island Cove Hotel and Leisure Park, Kawit, Cavite, Philippines

Flyweight – Froilan Saludar def Gabriel Pumar by TKO 10 / 12 – Vacant WBO Asia Pacific flyweight title (supervisor: Leon Panoncillo)

Bantamweight – Jerwin Ancajas def Jason Egera by TKO 8 / 10

Lightweight – Jose Ocampo lost to Rey Labao on TD 5 / 10 – Time: 2:28

 

  • Saturday 6 August – Mandaue City Sports Complex, Mandaue City, Cebu, Philippines

Light flyweight – Randy Petalcorin def Michael Rodriguez by DQ 8 / 12 – Time: 1:39 – Interim PABA light flyweight title (supervisor: Aquil Tamano)

 

  • Saturday 6 August- Angeles City, Pampanga, Philippines

Super featherweight – Dizon Cag-ong def Dante Paulino on SD 10 / 10

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MMA Results

UFC 133: EVANS VS ORTIZ II

UFC 133: EVANS VS ORTIZ 2 was held Saturday, August 6, 2011, at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, PA.

  • Rashad Evans (16-1) won by TKO over Tito Ortiz (16-9)

[9:48] – 4:48 Round 2 – knee to the body and punches

  • Vitor Belfort (20-9) won by KO over Yoshihiro Akiyama (13-4)

[1:52] – Round 1 – punches

  • Brian Ebersole (48-14) won by TKO over Dennis Hallman (50-14)

[4:28] – Round 1 – elbows

  • Costa Philippou (8-2) won by SD over Jorge Rivera (19-9)

[15:00] – 3 Rounds – (29-28, 29-28, 28-29)

  • Rory MacDonald (12-1) won by TKO over Mike Pyle (21-8)

[3:54] – Round 1 – punches

  • Alexander Gustafsson (12-1) won by TKO over Matt Hamill (10-4)

[8:41] – 3:41 Round 2 – punches and elbows

  • ChadMendes (11-0) won by UD over Rani Yahya (16-7)

[15:00] – 3 Rounds – (30-27 all)

  • Ivan Menjivar (23-8) won by UD over Nick Pace (6-2)

[15:00] – 3 Rounds – (29-28 all)

  • Johny Hendricks (11-1) won by SD over Mike Pierce (12-4)

[15:00] – 3 Rounds – (29-28, 29-28, 28-29)

  • Mike Brown (25-8) won by UD over Nam Phan (16-9)

[15:00] – 3 Rounds – (29-27, 29-28, 29-28)

  • Rafael Natal (12-3) won by UD over Paul Bradley (16-3)

[15:00] – 3 Rounds – (30-27, 29-28, 29-28)

In the rematch main event, “Suga” Rashad Evans broke the tie from his last fight with Tito “Huntington Beach Bad Boy” Ortiz with a second-round TKO victory. After winning the first round with superior striking, Evans put a hurting on Ortiz in the second round. With Ortiz bleeding and leaning against the cage on his knees, Evans landed a brutal knee to Ortiz’s solar plexus. Ortiz winced in pain from the bodyshot and immediately slumped over onto the canvas. Evans commenced to rain down punches to Ortiz’s gigantic head until the referee stopped the fight with just 12 seconds left in the round.

In the co-main event, Vitor “The Phenom” Belfort needed less than 2 minutes to put away Yoshihiro “Sexyama” Akiyama. After getting KTFO in his last fight by a front kick from Anderson Silva, Belfort came into this fight as focused as he’s ever been. Belfort clipped Akiyama on the temple with a left hand, which caused Akiyama to fall down, and then Belfort went into beast mode. Akiyama managed to get back to his feet while eating punches in bunches, but Belfort was relentless with his finishing strikes. Belfort dropped Akiyama again. This time, the Japanese fighter fell face-first onto the canvas unconscious.

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