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Pro Boxing Updates - 17th July

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Zab Judah knocked out Jose Armando Santa Cruz

 

Saturday, July 17th, 2010

Friday 16th - in Newark (New Jersey, USA) main event, bout between the former world champion Zab Judah (39-6-0, 27 KOs) and Jose Armando Santa Cruz (28 -5-0, 17 KOs).

Zab Judah won stopping Jose Armando Santa Cruz in the third round.

 

Levan Kirakosyan defended his European title

Saturday, July 17th, 2010

Russian boxer Levan Kirakosyan (33-5-0, 23 KOs) made a successful defense of his EBU super featherweight title against Spaniard Francisco Nohales (5/12/1919, 8 KOs), winning by knockout in the second round. (July 16 - in Toulouse, France).

 

Matthew Hatton defeats Yuri Nuzhnenko

Saturday, July 17th, 2010

July 16 in Bolton (UK) In the main event - Briton Matthew Hatton (04/02/1940, 15 KOs) successfully defended his title - EBU welterweight title against the challenge of Ukrainian boxer Yuri Nuzhnenko (30 - 2-1, 14 KOs).

 

Fernando Guerrero – Overcomes knockdown - Gets Crown

Saturday, July 17th, 2010

Undefeated southpaw middleweight (160 pounds) prospect, Fernando Guerrero, rose from an eighth-round, flash knockdown to earn his 19th victory without a loss in the most difficult fight of his career in Friday night's Showtime-televised unanimous decision over Ishe Smith for the vacant NABF crown at the DeSoto Civic Center in Southhaven.

 

Shawn Porter – still unbeaten

Saturday, July 17th, 2010

Unbeaten junior middleweight (154 pounds) prospect Shawn Porter scored a sixth-round knockdown on the way to a 10-round unanimous decision for his 16th victory without a loss, even as he failed to earn his 13th stoppage against twice-beaten southpaw Ray Robinson in Friday night's Showtime-televised bout from The DeSoto Civic Center in Southhaven.

 

Dillet beats undefeated Raymond Chalres

Saturday, July 17th, 2010

Dillet Frederick (7-3-3, 4 KOs) won a crowd pleasing battle over formerly undefeated Raymond Chalres. Frederick, who started out his career in fine fashion 5-0-2, has hit a hard streak since, but seemingly put that behind him this night. Charles, now 12-1-2, 5 KOs, came in the favorite, looking to use this bout to place himself closer in line for a title shot. Dillet won by TKO in the third round.