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Friday's Boxing Results and News

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Two-division world champion Vic “Raging Bull” Darchinyan and former International Boxing Federation (IBF) bantamweight champion Yonnhy “El Colombiano” Perez both made weight one day before their main-event meeting on SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING this Saturday, April 23, live on SHOWTIME® (10:30 p.m. ET/PT, delayed on the West Coast) from Nokia Theatre L.A. LIVE.

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  • Friday 22 April / Ramirez vs Sanchez - Results: from the Fairgrounds Event Center in Hamburg, NY on Friday night. In the feature bout of the evening for the vacant WBC Youth title, Guillermo Sanchez of Buffalo took home an eight-round unanimous decision from Eduardo Ramirez of Laredo, TX. In the second round the southpaw Sanchez found the straight left working and dropped Ramirez for a count of five just before the bell. Sanchez was content to box over the next four rounds. In the seventh a left hand hurt Ramirez but Sanchez could not put him down. The game Ramirez and Sanchez exchanged punches until the final bell. The scores were 80-71 twice and 79-72 for Sanchez. - Cruiserweight - Lionell Thompson def Angel Gonzalez by TKO 5 / 6 - Welterweight - Nick Casal beat Martin Tucker by TKO 3 / 6 -

 

  • ESPN2′s Friday Night FightsResults: from the Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, CT. - In the main event Breidis Prescott (24-2, 19 KOs) won a unanimous decision over Bayan Jargal (15-2-3, 9 KOs). Prescott worked his jab and landed the better power punches throughout the fight. Jargal had no answer to Prescott’s actions. All three judges scored the bout for Prescott by scores of 99-91, 99-90, and 100-90. - Undefeated junior middleweight Demetrius “The Hammer” Andrade beat Omar Bell with a solid left to the body of his opponent in the middle of round two. Bell was unable to answer the ten count. Andrade with the knockout improves to (13-0, 9 KOs), while Bell suffers only the second loss of his professional career. Light welterweight - Breidis Prescott def Bayan Jargal on UD 10 / 10

 

  • Results: Friday 22 April - Palasport, Agnosine, Lombardia, Italy

Bantamweight - Rodrigo Bracco def Pio Antonio Nettuno on MD 10 / 10 - Italy bantamweight title

Heavyweight - Matteo Modugno def Tomas Mrazek on pts 6 / 6

 

  • Results: Friday 22 April - Ratchaburi, Thailand

Super bantamweight - Sukkasem Kietyongyuth lost to Larry Canillas by TKO 9 / 12 - PABA super bantamweight title (supervisor: Chalerm Prayadsab).

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  • British Super-Middleweight champion James DeGale has turned down the opportunity of a straight shot at the world title in favour of his forthcoming fight with Commonwealth Champion George Groves on May 21st. The rivalry between the two West Londoners has become so intense that DeGale doesn't even put a World Championship chance above shutting up his bitter rival simply because he is "fed up with hearing his name everywhere he goes". Promoter Frank Warren commented 'I am promoting the show at the O2 and this particular fight has all the makings of a classic such is the dislike between the pair. However, I am also James's manager and was pleased to receive such a good offer for him to go abroad and fight for a World title in what would be just his eleventh fight. - DeGale said I will win a World Title at some stage in the near future anyway but couldn't face having a World title belt with the irritable Groves still feeding off his name, I want to get rid of Groves once and for all because he is an irritant and an itch I have to scratch. I've signed to fight Groves and fight Groves I will."

 

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Agbeko out tournament final with injury - Darchinyan vs. Perez to still go ahead  – An untimely back injury sustained by International Boxing Federation (IBF) Bantamweight World Champion Joseph Agbeko earlier this week has forced him out of Saturday’s scheduled title defense and the SHOWTIME Bantamweight Tournament Final against Abner Mares. The co-main event bout featuring former world champions Vic Darchinyan vs. Yonnhy Perez will go on as planned for the vacant IBO Bantamweight Championship.(Both boxers made weight Friday )

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  • Unbeaten WBC Silver bantamweight champion Abner Mares (21-0-1, 12 Ko’s) wants a shot against WBC/WBO bantamweight champion Nonito Donaire (26-1, 18 KO’s). Mares’ bantamweight finals tournament fight with Joseph Agbeko went down the tubes due to Agbeko’s back ailment. So with Agbeko out of tonight’s tournament final, Mares is now looking for his next fight.

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  • Heavyweights headline in DC - The Hard Times Promotions card on Saturday, April 23 at the DC Star (formerly DC Tunnel) Night Club in Washington, DC features two local heavyweights in separate six-round bouts. - Undefeated DC heavyweight Maurice “Freight Train” Byarm will take on veteran “Mr. P” Willie Palms of Jersey City, NJ in the main event. Byarm (10-0, seven KO’s) makes his first appearance in 2011. In his last outing, Byarm scored a fifth-round TKO over Winston Thorpe on December 11 in Pikesville, MD. Palms (10-9-1, five KO’s) has not fought since December of 2009 and will be trying to break an eight-bout losing streak. - Laurel, MD’s “The Big Ticket” Dwayne McRae also returns to action as he faces Terre Haute, IN’s James Porter. McRae (9-2, five KO’s) won his last bout at the DC Star on November 11 when he stopped Octavius Davis in the first round. Porter (5-14-2, one KO) fought Kyle Patrick to a four-round draw in his last outing on March 3 in Columbus, OH.

 

  • Pawel Wolak’s next fight - According to Dan Rafael of ESPN, A July 25 match is being discussed between Pawel Wolak (29-1, 19 KO’s) and Delvin Rodriguez (25-5-2, 14 KOs) for ESPN2 Friday Night Fights. Wolak, should consider this a big step down after having stopped former WBA junior middleweight champion Yuri Foreman in the 6th round in March.