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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.
International Saturday Night Boxing Results From: Germany, Northern Ireland and Singapore
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Messehalle, Erfurt, Thüringen, Germany – WBO cruiserweight champion Marco Huck (34-2-1, 25 KOs) again had a dramatic twelve round draw against Ola Afolabi (19-2-4, 9 KOs). Returning to cruiserweight after his heavyweight title challenge against Alexander Povetkin, Huck started slow against Afolabi, who seemed more motivated after losing a close decision to Huck in 2009. But the champion increased strength and pace as the fight progressed. Huck nearly stopped Afolabi in round 9. Exciting action with both fighters giving it all they had in the final round. Scores were 114-114, 115-113 Huck, 114-114 as Huck retained his belt, but it was a close call for him..
Cruiserweight Marco Huck drew with Ola Afolabi on MD 12 / 12 – WBO cruiserweight title (supervisor: Istvan Kovacs)
Heavyweight Alexander Dimitrenko lost to Kubrat Pulev by KO 11 /12 – Time: 3:00 – vacant EBU (European) heavyweight title (supervisor: Charles Giles) – IBF International heavyweight title (supervisor: Roberto Rea)
Super middleweight Robert Stieglitz beat Nader Hamdan on UD 12 / 12 – WBO super middleweight title (supervisor: Istvan Kovacs)
Kings Hall in Belfast, Northern Ireland - Corley upsets McCloskey – The upset run of former world jr welterweight champion DeMarcus “Chop Chop” Corley (39-20-1, 22 KOs) continued Saturday when Corley stopped recent world title challenger Paul McCloskey (23-2, 12 KOs) in round ten. Corley staggered McCloskey and had him battered, bloody and dazed when referee Ian John-Lewis waved it off at 2:28. The 37-year-old Corley upset then-unbeaten Gabriel Bracero (18-0) in his last fight to end a six fight losing streak.
Light welterweight – Paul McCloskey lost to DeMarcus Corley by TKO 10 / 12 – Time: 2:28
Featherweight Martin Lindsay beat Mickey Coveney by TKO 4 / 6
Marina Bay Sands, Singapore, Singapore
Featherweight Chris John beat Shoji Kimura by UD 12 /12 – WBA Super World featherweight title (supervisor: Brad Vocale)
Featherweight Daud Cino Yordan beat Lorenzo Villanueva by KO 2 / 12 – vacant International Boxing Organization featherweight title
Saturday Night Boxing Results & Notes
· Saturday 28 April 2012 – Bunbury, Western Australia, Australia
Cruiserweight – Pieter Cronje Lost to Mosese Sorovi TKO 6 / 12 – time: 2:15 – IBF Pan Pacific cruiserweight title
· Saturday 28 April 2012 – Spiroudome Arena, Charleroi, Hainaut, Belgium
Featherweight – Alexander Miskirtchian beat Philippe Frenois on UD 12 / 12 – EBU (European) featherweight title (supervisor: Enza Jacoponi)
· Saturday 28 April 2012 – Hall Omnisport, Loncin, Liege, Belgium
Light welterweight – Steve Jamoye beat Tarik Madni on UD 10 / 10 – vacant Belgium light welterweight title
· Saturday 28 April 2012 – Grand Oasis Resort, Cancun, Quintana Roo, Mexico
Featherweight – Jhonny Gonzalez beat Elio Rojas on UD 12 / 12 – WBC featherweight title (supervisor: Peter Ngatane)
Super featherweight – Juan Carlos Salgado beat Martin Honorio on MD 12 / 12 – IBF super featherweight title
WBC featherweight world champion Jhonny Gonzalez (52-7, 45 KOs) won a twelve round unanimous decision over WBC world champion in recess Elio Rojas (23-2, 14 KOs). Defending his title for the fourth time, Gonzalez pressed the action with Rojas trying to box from the outside. Gonzalez put Rojas on the deck in round ten. Scores 116-111, 116-112, 117-111. IBF jr lightweight world champion Juan Carlos Salgado (25-1-1, 16 KOs) retained his title by majority decision over Martin Honorio (32-7-1, 16 KOs). Salgado dropped Honorio in round two with a hard jab and put him down again in round three, however the champion was cut over the left eye by a headbutt midway that bled heavily for the rest of the night as Honorio got back into the fight. Scores were 114-112, 114-112, for Salgado and 113-113.
· Saturday 28 April 2012 – Gimnasio Alexis Arguello, Managua, Nicaragua
Lightweight – Winston Campos beat Luis Sanchez by TKO 4 / 10 – time: 2:36
· Saturday 28 April 2012 – Sucat Peoples Park, Barangay Sucat, Muntinlupa City, Metro Manila, Philippines
Light flyweight – Michael Escobia beat Ricky Oyan KO 2 / 10 – vacant Philippines Boxing Federation (PBF) light flyweight title
minimum weight – Joan Imperial drew with Jetly Purisima – TD 2 / 10 – vacant Philippines Boxing Federation (PBF) minimumweight title
Super bantamweight – Danilo Pena beat Ryan Origenes by KO 6 / 10 – vacant Philippines Boxing Federation (PBF) super bantamweight title
· Saturday 28 April 2012 – Bowlers Exhibition Centre, Manchester, Lancashire, United Kingdom
Middleweight – Warren Tansey beat Kieron Gray on PTS 10 / 10
Cruiserweight – Martyn Grainger lost to Mike Stafford on PTS 10 / 10
· Saturday 28 April 2012 – Royal Albert Hall, Kensington, London, United Kingdom
Middleweight – Billy Joe Saunders beat Tony Hill by TKO 1 / 10 – vacant Commonwealth (British Empire) middleweight title
Light middleweight – Sam Webb beat Matthew Hall on SD 12 / 12
Middleweight prospect Billy Joe Saunders was supposed to at least a good workout from southpaw Tony Hill, but before Hill knew what was happening, the fight was over. Saunders landed a left and a rocking right hand after it just moments after the opening bell, and followed that up with a massive flurry of unanswered shots, forcing the referee to step in and end the fight before it ever really even started. - Terry Holmes vs Dean Byrne: Holmes stayed unbeaten with a points win over Ireland’s game but very limited Byrne. Holmes (6-0, 1 KO) put a pretty good beating on Byrne (15-2, 6 KO) in the middle rounds, including a point where Byrne’s corner threw in the towel. The referee threw it back out, because sometimes referees love playing the dramatic hero, which I think is an awful practice. In this case, it led to both corners entering the ring, only for the referee to throw the towel back out. Holmes, celebrating his win, was thus nearly blindsided by Byrne, because with all the confusion of guys running into the ring, the referee left Holmes totally vulnerable. Holmes wound up announced as the winner by a 67-65 score.
· Saturday 28 April 2012 – Fairplex, Pomona, California, United States
Light flyweight – Roman Gonzalez beat Ramon Garcia Hirales – TKO 4 / 12 – time: 2:09 – WBA World light flyweight title (supervisor: Robert Mack).
WBA junior flyweight champion Roman Gonzalez (32-0, 26KOs) made his second ring appearance in the United States and stopped former champion Ramon Garcia (16-4-1, 9KOs) in the fourth round. Gonzalez controlled the contest and put Garcia down twice in the fourth before the fight was stopped. -Welterweight contender Anthony Lenk (14-1, 7KOs) won an eight round unanimous decision by outboxing Alberto Herrera (8-6-1, 5KOs). The scores were 78-74, 78-74, and 77-75. - In the co-feature, welterweight prospect Wale “Lucky Boy” Omotoso (22-0, 19KOs) stopped Larry Smith (10-10, 7KOs) in the eighth and final round. Smith went down in the seventh and again in the eight before the fight was stopped. Omotoso will now return on June 9th at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, as part of the Manny Pacquiao-Timothy Bradley undercard.
· Saturday 28 April 2012 – Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States
Light heavyweight – Bernard Hopkins lost to Chad Dawson – MD 12 /12 – WBC light heavyweight title
Heavyweight – Seth Mitchell beat Chazz Witherspoon by TKO 3 / 12 – time: 2:31 – vacant WBO NABO heavyweight title – Jake Hall : NABO Heavyweight Title Bout.
Hopkins – Dawson This rematch was ugly and perhaps disappointing as Hopkins came out wrestling and clinching and also threw in a few head butts. But it was Dawson who appeared to control most of the action with a faster and more accurate pace, However Hopkins, did not agree with the two judges who scored the fight 117-111 for Dawson. The third had it 114-114, “What did he do to win that fight?” Hopkins said. “The only way I knew I would win is if I knocked him out. Let the public judge for themselves.” - Mitchell – Witherspoon An -exciting slugfest that saw both fighters absorbing punishment, 29-year-old Mitchell finally won it in the 3rd, when he connected with two rights into 30-year-old Witherspoon’s jaw, prompting ref Randy Neumann to dive in and stop the fight. Witherspoon started well and landed some big right hands to Mitchell’s jaw in the first round; Mitchell came back in the second with some good body-work; then in the third Mitchell sent Witherspoon down with a left hook and shortly after pounding Chazz around the ring finished him off. The official time was 2-minutes and 31 seconds. Mitchell is now 25-0-1(19). Witherspoon is now 30-3(22).
· Saturday 28 April 2012 – Santa Ana Star Casino, Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States
Lightweight – Fidel Maldonado Jr lost to Fernando Carcamo by TKO 2 / 10
Maldonado lost his WBC lightweight youth belt to unheralded Mexican Fernando Carcamo (10-3, 7 KOs). Maldonado was floored in round one by a right uppercut and, in the second, a short right hand by Carcamo dropped the hometown favourite a second time. When the fight resumed, Carcamo pounded Maldonado with a big left, prompting the ref to stop the fight at 1:10. In the co-main event, Albuquerque welterweight “Hurricane” Hector Munoz (20-7-1, 13 KO’s) forced John Revish (9-6-2, 8 KOs) to quit halfway through the third round. Backed by former 5-time champ Johnny Tapia in his corner, Munoz forced the action, overpowering his opponent until the ref waved it off at 1:30.
· Saturday 28 April 2012 – Huntington Center, Toledo, Ohio, United States
Middleweight – Bronco McKart beat Jose Medina on MD 12 / 12
· Saturday 28 April 2012 – Coliseo El Limon, Maracay, Venezuela
Super flyweight Liborio Solis beat Santiago Ivan Acosta – UD 12 / 12 – interim WBA World super flyweight title
Featherweight – Ogleidis Suarez beat Pamela Elizabeth Benavidez on UD 10 / 10 – interim WBA female featherweight title.
WBA interim super flyweight beltholder Liborio Solis (14-3-1, 7 KOs) outpointed Santiago Acosta (17-9-2, 7 KOs) over twelve rounds to retain his belt. Scores were 117-111, 119-109 and 120-108. WBA interim female featherweight beltholder Ogleydis Suarez (17-2-1, 7 KOs) topped Pamela Benavidez (9-8-3, 2 KOs) over ten by scores of 98-92 on all three cards. Bantamweight Henry Maldonado (15-1, 11 KOs) won an eight round unanimous decision over Jose Jimenez (19-5, 13 KOs)
Sunday 19 February 2012 – Olympic Park Sports Centre, Homebush, New South Wales, Australia
Middleweight – Garth Wood 10(6)-2(1)-1 Lost to Sam Soliman 40(17)-11(1)-0 on UD 12 / 12 – Interim IBF Pan Pacific middleweight title (supervisor: Ray Wheatley)
Light middleweight – Yao Yi Ma 9(6)-1-0 Beat Virgil Kalakoda 24(16)-7(2)-3 by TKO 8 / 12 – Time: 1:42 – IBF Pan Pacific light middleweight title (supervisor: Ray Wheatley)
Saturday 18 February 2012 – Club Forster, Forster, New South Wales, Australia
Light welterweight – Chad Bennett 27(18)-4(3)-3 Beat Sapapetch Sor Sakaorat 25(15)-9(8)-0 by KO 4 / 12 – Time: 2:15 – Interim WBO Oriental light welterweight title
Saturday 18 February 2012 – Hallo Omnisport La Préalle, Herstal, Liege, Belgium
Super flyweight - Stephane Jamoye 22(12)-3(1)-0 Beat Miguel Aguilar 10(5)-0-0 by RTD 2 / 10 – Time: 1:55 – Vacant WBC Youth Intercontinental super flyweight title (supervisor: Bob Logist)
Light welterweight – Sabrina Giuliani 7-0-0 beat Eva Marczu 6(2)-1(1)-0 on UD 10 / 10 – Vacant EBU female light welterweight title (supervisor: Marco Giuliani)
Saturday 18 February 2012 – Bell Centre, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Super middleweight – Adonis Stevenson 16(13)-1(1)-0 Beat Jesus Gonzales 27(14)-1(1)-0 by KO 1 / 12 – Time: 1:39 – IBF Inter-Continental super middleweight title
After a tumultuous and well publicized press conference and weigh-in, boxing fans were hoping the Adonis “Superman” Stevenson vs Jesus “El Martillo” Gonzales fight at the Bell Centre on Saturday night would live up to the promised drama…it didn’t. Stevenson tagged Gonzales with a straight left hand to the head ( at 1:39 of the 1st round) that sent Gonzales sprawling to the canvas where he lay motionless until he was taken out of the ring and into a waiting ambulance . The 27 year old Phoenix, Arizona native was kept overnight at a nearby Montreal Hospital as a precaution. In victory, Stevenson (17-1-14 knockouts) retained his IBF Inter-Continental Super Middleweight Title and earned a right to challenge Lucian Bute for his IBF Super Middleweight Crown.
Saturday 18 February 2012 – Brondby Hallen, Brondby, Denmark
Super middleweight – Brian Magee 35(24)-4(2)-1 Beat Rudy Markussen 37(24)-2(1)-0 by KO 5 / 12 – Time: 2:35 – Interim WBA World super middleweight title (supervisor: Jesper Jensen)
WBA interim super middleweight champion Brian Magee (36-4-1, 25 KOs) scored a fifth round KO over Rudy Markussen (37-3, 24 KOs) to retain his title. The bout was close through four rounds, but a hard left hook to the body by Magee sent Markussen to the deck and he was unable to continue.
Saturday 18 February 2012 – Olympiahalle, Munich, Bayern, Germany
Heavyweight – Vitali Klitschko 43(40)-2(2)-0 Beat Dereck Chisora 15(9)-2-0 on UD 12 / 12 – WBC heavyweight title (supervisor: Rex Walker)
Heavyweight – Johnathon Banks 27(18)-1(1)-1 Beat Nicolai Firtha 20(8)-9(4)-1 on UD 12 / 12 – NABF heavyweight title
WBC heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko (44-2, 40 KOs) Had to fight harder than expected to take a twelve round unanimous decision over Dereck Chisora (15-3, 9 Kos). Things got off to a bad start when Chisora spit water in Wladimir Klitscko’s face during the introductions. After a close first round, Klitachko started to land his right hand in round two and continued to land clean power shots from a distance as the bout progressed. Chisora showed courage and a good chin, and did worked hard on Klitschko’s body. Neither fighter ever really hurt the other. Scores were 118-110, 118-110, 119-111. After the fight Vitali gave indication of a possible hand injury and stated, “I’m very upset because I wanted very much to knock him out” he also said that it was a great performance by Chisora. For his part Chisora stated he spat in Wladimir’s face because Wlad previously pulled out of two fights with him. Both Chisora and his promoter Frank Warren called for a rematch.
Saturday 18 February 2012 – Grand Oasis Resort, Cancun, Quintana Roo, Mexico
Lightweight – Pablo Cesar Cano 22(17)-1(1)-1 Beat Francisco Contreras 16(13)-1(1)-0 by RTD 6 / 10 – Time: 0:01 – WBC FECARBOX lightweight title
Flyweight – Mario Rodriguez 12(8)-6(1)-4 Beat Gilberto Keb Baas 35(22)-21(6)-4 – KO 5 / 10 – Time: 2:01 – Vacant WBC USNBC flyweight title
Former jr welterweight title challenger Pablo Cesar Cano (23-1-1, 18 KOs) scored a fifth round TKO over Francisco Contreras. In his first bout after his loss against four-time champion Erik Morales, Cano dropped Contreras in round one and twice in round five. Unexpectedly, Mario “Dragonsito” Rodriguez scored a fifth round KO, with a body shot against former WBC jr flyweight weight champion Gilberto Keb Baas.
Saturday 18 February 2012 – Municipal Gym of La Trinidad, La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines
Bantamweight – Dayer Gabutan 16(7)-1(1)-2 Beat Joel Rafols 13(4)-9(5)-2 TKO – WBO Oriental bantamweight title (supervisor: Antonio Comia)
Featherweight – Alvin Tam 10(1)-2(1)-0 Beat Jaypee Alipio by TKO – Philippines Boxing Federation (PBF) featherweight title
minimum weight – Jujeath Nagaowa 10(6)-10(3)-1 Beat Aisah Alico 4(3)-0-0 by TKO – Vacant WBC Asian Boxing Council female minimumweight title (supervisor: Damrong Simakajornboon)
Saturday 18 February 2012 – Hala RAFAKO, ul. Lakowa 31, Raciborz, Poland
Heavyweight – Andrzej Wawrzyk 24(13)-0-0 Beat Claus Bertino 13(8)-2(2)-0 on UD 10 / 10 WBC Baltic heavyweight title & WBA International heavyweight title
Saturday 18 February 2012 – Magna Centre, Rotherham, Yorkshire, United Kingdom
Super bantamweight – Kid Galahad 10(4)-0-0 Beat Jason Booth on UD 12 / 12 – Vacant WBC International super bantamweight title (supervisor: Houcine Houichi)
Saturday 18 February 2012 – American Bank Center, Corpus Christi, Texas, United States
Light middleweight – Paul Williams 40(27)-2(1)-0 Beat Nobuhiro Ishida 24(9)-6-2 – UD 12 / 12 – Vacant WBC USNBC light middleweight title (supervisor: Robert Lenhardt)
Heavyweight – Chris Arreola 34(29)-2(1)-0 Beat Eric Molina 18(14)-1(1)-0 by KO 1 / 12 – Time: 2:30 – WBC USNBC heavyweight title (supervisor: Robert Lenhardt)
Light heavyweight – Tavoris Cloud 23(19)-0-0 Beat Gabriel Campillo 21(8)-3(1)-1 on SD 12 / 12 – IBF light heavyweight title (supervisor: Dave McCullough)
Former world champion Paul Williams, rebounded from a less then steller performance against Erislandy Lara to defeat Jame Kirkland-conqueror Nobuhiro Ishida (24-7-2, 9 KOs) by one-sided twelve round unanimous.Undefeated IBF light heavyweight champion Tavoris Cloud (25-0, 19 KOs) retained his title with a close split decision over former WBA world champ Gabriel Campillo (21-4-1, 8 KOs). Cloud came out aggressively in round one and dropped Campillo twice, Scores were 116-110, 114-112 for Cloud. Campillo was up 115-111 on the third card. “I feel like I won the fight,” stated IBF light heavyweight champion Tavoris Cloud “I knocked him down a few times and was the aggressor throughout. I wanted to put him away but sometimes you get it and sometimes you don’t. I wanted to stay busy and be aggressive. I did that. He was a busy fighter, and that’s what the crowd here in Corpus Christi responded to. The difference is I was landing the power shots, and that’s what the judges responded to.” In a good action fight, with both boxers coming out aggressively WBC #1 heavyweight Chris Arreola (35-2, 30 KOs) scored an explosive first round knockout over Eric Molina.
Saturday Night Boxing Results – 28th January – From: Argentina, Germany, Mexico, Morocco, New Zealand, Philippines, Tanzania, United Kingdom & United States
- Saturday 28 January 2012 – Club El Fortín, Ciudad Evita, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Super featherweight – Domingo Nicolas Damigella beat Edilson Rio on UD 12 / 12
- Saturday 28 January 2012 – Polideportivo Unidad Turística, Embalse Río Tercero, Cordoba, Argentina
Super flyweight – Carolina Marcela Gutierrez Gaite beat Maria Andrea Miranda on UD 10 / 10 - Interim WBA female super flyweight title
- Saturday 28 January 2012 – Grand Elysée, Rotherbaum, Hamburg, Germany
Middleweight Rafael Bejaran beat Daniel Urbanski on UD 12 / 12 – WBO European middleweight title (supervisor: Markus Aslani)
Cruiserweight Rakhim Chakhkiev beat Alexander Kotlobay on UD 10 / 10 – WBC Baltic cruiserweight title (supervisor: Mikhail Denisov)
Cruiserweight Firat Arslan beat Orlando Antonio Farias by TKO 2 / 10
Heavyweight Ruslan Chagaev beat Kertson Manswell on UD 8 / 8
Featherweight Ina Menzer beat Milena Koleva on UD 8 / 8
Unbeaten cruiserweight and former Olympic gold medalist Rakhim Chakhkiev (12-0, 9 KOs) scored a ten round unanimous decision over Alexander Kotlobay (21-3-1, 15 Kos) for the WBC Baltic belt. Scores were 100-89, 100-189, 99-89.- Former WBO light heavyweight champion Jürgen Brähmer (37-2, 30 KOs) scored a fourth round TKO over José Maria Guerrero (29-3-1, 11 KOs. In his first fight in 21 months, Brähmer looked good as he landed his southpaw power shots against Guerrero in round one, and then floored Guerrero with a left uppercut in round two. The bout ended when referee Jürgen Langlos stopped the fight in round four.
- Saturday 28 January 2012 – Auditorio Municipal, Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico
Super bantamweight Chanttall Martinez lost to Jackie Nava on UD 10 / 10 – WBA female super bantamweight title
- Saturday 28 January 2012 – Gimnasio Manuel Bernardo Aguirre, Chihuahua, Chihuahua, Mexico
Lightweight Alejandro Sanabria beat Jhunriel Ramonal by KO 4 / 12 – Time: 2:05 – WBC Silver lightweight title (supervisor: Lorenzo Soberanes Maya)
Middleweight Marcos Reyes beat Isaac Mendez by TKO 3 / 12 – Time: 1:22 – Vacant WBC International middleweight title – WBC FECOMBOX middleweight title (supervisor: Lorenzo Soberanes Maya)
- Saturday 28 January 2012 Jose Cuervo Salon, Polanco, Distrito Federal, Mexico
Bantamweight Zulina Munoz beat Paulina Cardona by TKO 3 / 10 – Time: 1:40
WBC Silver female bantamweight title
- Saturday 28 January 2012 – Hotel Atlantic Palace, Agadir, Morocco
Bantamweight Jerome Thomas lost to Hassan Azaouagh by KO 3 / 12 – Time: 2:00
- Saturday 28 January 2012 – The Corporate Box, Auckland, New Zealand
Heavyweight Chauncy Welliver beat Moyoyo Mensah by TKO 10 / 12 – Time: 1:56 – Interim WBO Asia Pacific heavyweight title (supervisor: John Glozier) – New Zealand National Boxing Federation (NZNBF) heavyweight title (supervisor: Gary McCrystal) – Vacant WBC Asian Boxing Council heavyweight title
Heavyweight Billy Wright beat Harry Funmaker by KO 1 / 12 – Time: 0:41 – Interim PABA heavyweight title (supervisor: Francisco Martinez)
- Saturday 28 January 2012 – Cebu City Waterfront Hotel & Casino, Barangay Lahug, Cebu City, Cebu, Philippines
Flyweight Milan Melindo beat Juan Esquer by TKO 7 / 12 – Time: 2:16 – WBO Inter-Continental flyweight title (supervisor: Leon Panoncillo)
WBO #1 flyweight Milan “El Metodico” Melindo of the Philippines kept his Intercontinental crown via a 7th round TKO over Mexican Juan “Panterita” Esquer. Melindo.
- Saturday 28 January 2012 – Recom Dome, Caloocan City, Metro Manila, Philippines
Super flyweight Marvin Mabait beat Rey Perez on UD 12 / 12 – Philippines Games & Amusement Board (GAB) super flyweight title
- Saturday 28 January 2012 – Jamhuri Stadium, Morogoro, Tanzania
Super middleweight Francis Cheka beat Karama Nyilawila on UD 10 / 10
- Saturday 28 January 2012 – York Hall, Bethnal Green, London, United Kingdom
Super bantamweight Carl Frampton beat Kris Hughes by KO 7 / 12 – Time: 0:48 – Commonwealth (British Empire) super bantamweight title
Light middleweight Erick Ochieng beat Nick Quigley by TKO 9 / 10 – Time: 0:10 – Vacant BBBofC English light middleweight title
Unbeaten Commonwealth super bantamweight champion Carl Frampton (12-0, 8 KO’s) easily beat southpaw challenger Kris Hughes (15-2, 1 KO’s) Frampton, 24,displayed speed and power over the taller, Hughes from the start of the fight and Hughes was never really able to get into the fight due to his lack of power. In the 7th, Frampton put Hughes down with a right hand. The fight was then halted by referee Mark Green.
- Saturday 28 January 2012 – Shrine Mosque, Springfield, Missouri, United States
Light middleweight Cory Spinks beat Sechew Powell on UD 12 /12
Cruiserweight BJ Flores beat Hugo Pineda by TKO 6 / 10 – Time: 2:34
WBO #3 cruiserweight BJ Flores (27-1-1, 16 KOs) scored a sixth round TKO over 40-year-old former welterweight title challenger Hugo Pineda (39-6-1, 28 Kos) Flores dominated the fight throughout, dropping Pineda in round two and getting a stoppage in round six. – Former two-division world champion Cory Spinks (38-6, 11 KOs) won a twelve round unanimous decision over Sechew Powell (26-4, 15 KOs) in an IBF jr. middleweight eliminator. Scores were 115-113, 115-113, 116-112.
- Saturday 28 January 2012 – Turning Stone Resort & Casino, Verona, New York, United States
Heavyweight Tony Grano beat Brian Minto by TKO 3 / 10 – Time: 1:04
Heavyweight Eric Fields beat Derrick Brown on UD 8 / 8
Super featherweight Jackie Trivilino lost to Ela Nunez by TKO 2 / 6 – Time: 1:20