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Saturday Boxing Results & Notes 18 Feb

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Saturday Night Boxing Results

18 February 2012

 

British Boxers In Embarrassing Brawl,  Vitali Klitschko defeats Dereck Chisora, Brian Magee scored a fifth round KO over Rudy Markussen, Adonis "Superman"  Stevenson Ko's Gonzales in R1, Super bantamweight - Kid Galahad Beat Jason Booth on UD....

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. 

 

 

British Boxers In Embarrassing Brawl 

In the post fight conference after his loss to WBC heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko, Dereck Chisora got into a wild and embarrassing brawl with compatriot David Hay. Klitschko’s manager Bernd Boente told Haye from the dias “You had an offer, you didn’t accept it, now you are out. You are out. You cannot talk yourself back into the fight, you have no belts.” Chisora then called out Haye, but Haye dismissed Chisora as “a loser.” Chisora challenged Haye to tell him that to his face and approached Haye sparking a melee.

After order was restored, a furious Chisora repeated several times that he would “shoot” David Haye and claimed Haye “glassed” him. Chisora suggested to Haye’s manager Adam Booth who was sporting a facial wound from the melee that Haye had hit him with a bottle by mistake. Meanwhile the Klitschko Team watched the whole scene unfold with bemused smiles on their faces. Boente stated, “With the bad experience we’ve had with British fighters we will now look for other countries.”

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