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Saturday Night Boxing Results: 18th June

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Saturday Night Boxing Results – 18th June – from: Argentina, Australia, Canada, France, Mexico, Nicaragua, Philippines, Poland, United States and United Kingdom

 

  • Saturday 18 June - Centro de Educación Física, Arrecifes, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Light middleweight - Oscar Roberto Medina     ended NC Mateo Damian Veron - NC 3 / 10 Interim WBC Mundo Hispano light middleweight title

 

  • Saturday 18 June - Showgrounds-Netball Centre, Dandenong, Victoria, Australia

Cruiserweight - Jamie Bogovic def Temo Kolitapa by KO 1 / 10 - Vacant World Boxing Foundation Asia Pacific cruiserweight title

Australian cruiserweight Jamie “The Boss” Bogovic (5-1, 4 KOs) captured the WBF Asia Pacific cruiserweight title when he scored a knockout in one round over Fijian Temo Kolitapa (2-6, 1 KO) at the Danenong Netball Centre, Danenong, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia on Saturday. Bogavic is trained by Aussie great Jeff Fenech. Bogovic suffered his only defeat to Declan Trainor in 2010 and scored his best win in 2011 when he stopped 38 fight veteran Nick Taaumafi in two rounds. Bogavic is a former amateur champion (Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing)

  • Saturday 18 June - Claude-Robillard Center, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Middleweight - Ali Nestor Charles def Edgar Ruiz by KO 5 / 10 - Time: 3:00 - Vacant WBC Latino middleweight title (supervisor: Ed Pearson)

Lightweight - Arash Usmanee def Sergio Javier Escobar on UD 8 / 8   

Light welterweight - Tony Luis def Miguel Dario Lombardo by TKO 4 / 8 - Time: 1:28

After weathering a solid body attack in the early going Ali Nestor Charles (11-5-2) scored a knockout victory at the very end of round five, capturing the WBC middleweight Latino title over Mexico’s Edgar Ruiz (22-10-1) at the Claude-Robillard Center in Montreal, Quebec. Charles changed the course of the fight in the fourth round where he landed a left uppercut that put Ruiz down to his knees for a count of eight. Ruiz was clearly tiring in the fifth and Charles looked like he was about to score his second knockdown in the dying seconds when a flurry of punches with Ruiz against the ropes and about to go down Charles accidently pushed him down to the canvas. It looked like the mishap would save the Mexican fighter but with the ten second warning sounding Charles jumped right back in and let loose with a flurry that put Ruiz down to his knees for a full count of ten. (Dave Spencer, FightNews Canada)

 

  • Saturday 18 June - Salle des sports, Rantigny, Oise, France

Light middleweight - Cedric Vitu def Kai Kauramaki by TKO 7 / 12 - Vacant EBU-EU - (European Union) light middleweight title

 

  • Saturday 18 June - Stade Joffre Lefebvre, Lingolsheim, Bas-Rhin, France

super flyweight - Nadia Hokmi def Julia Sahin on UD 10 / 10 - WIBF Women's International Boxing Federation super flyweight title (supervisor: Juergen Lutz)

Lightweight - Nacera Baghdad lost to Lucia Morelli      on PTS 6 / 6   

 

  • Saturday 18 June - Arena VFG, Tlajomulco de Zúñiga, Jalisco, Mexico

Light middleweight - Saul Alvarez def Ryan Rhodes by TKO 12 / 12 Time: 0:48 - WBC light middleweight title (supervisor: Jose Sulaiman)

Super featherweight - Jose Manuel Osorio def Alexander Monterrosa by TKO - Interim WBC Youth World super featherweight title

Super featherweight - Adrien Broner def Jason Litzau by TKO 1 / 10 - Time: 2:58 - Vacant WBC USNBC super featherweight title (supervisor: Rex Walker)

Light heavyweight - Marco Antonio Periban      def Alfredo Contreras – UD 8 / 8

Saul "Canelo" Alvarez won every round leading up to a twelfth round stoppage of Ryan Rhodes. Post fight, Rhodes described the younger man a superstar. Sporting swelling under both eyes Rhodes admitted that he underestimated Alvarez's power, especially the shots he took to the body. Undefeated super featherweight contender Adrien Broner (21-0, 17 Ko’s) jumped on a seemingly unprepared Jason Litzau (28-3, 21 KO’s), stopping him in the 1st round

 

  • Saturday 18 June - Musica Hall, Toluca, México, Mexico

Super flyweight - Giovani Segura def Eddy Zuniga by TKO 1 / 10 - Time: 2:58

Lightweight - Miguel Vazquez def Marlon Aguilar by TKO        2 / 10 

Welterweight - Daniel Sandoval def Isaac Garcia by TKO 1 / 8

IBF lightweight champion Miguel “Títere” Vázquez (29-3, 13 KOs) stopped Marlon “Rata” Aguilar (25-11-1, 18 KOs) with a body shot in round two of a non-title ten-rounder. Time was 1:46. - WBA/WBO light flyweight champion Giovani “Guerrero Azteca” Segura (28-1-1, 24 KOs) barely broke a sweat in annihilating Eddy Zuniga (7-6-1, 1 KO) in a non-title flyweight clash. Zuniga was down twice in the brief one round affair.          

 

  • Saturday 18 June - Gimnasio Alexis Arguello, Managua, Nicaragua

Super flyweight - Henry Maldonado def Darwin Zamora by KO 10 / 10 - Nicaraguan super flyweight title

 

  • Saturday 18 June - Elorde Sports Center, Sucat, Parañaque City, Metro Manila, Philippines

Light middleweight - Marlon Alta def Benedict Fontines by TKO 12 / 12 - Vacant Philippines Games & Amusement Board (GAB) light middleweight title

  • Saturday 18 June - Ynares Plaza Gymnasium, Binangonan, Rizal, Philippines

Light flyweight - Sonny Boy Jaro def Rey M. Singwancha by KO 4 / 12 - Interim IBF Pan Pacific light flyweight title

Featherweight - Gabijan E. Singwancha def Vinvin Rufino on SD 12 / 12 - Vacant Philippines Games & Amusement Board (GAB) featherweight title

Bantamweight   - Tampus M. Singwancha def Rogen Flores by TKO 4 / 10    

 

  • Saturday 18 June - Hala Michał, ul. Orzeszkowej 1, Siemianowice Slaskie, Poland

Light welterweight - Krzysztof Szot lost to Felix Lora by TKO 4 / 8 - Time: 1:34

 

  • Saturday 18 June - Lamnarai Train Station, Sara Buri, Thailand

Minimumweight - Samson Tor Buamas def  --- by KO 3 / 10 - WBC Asian Boxing Council female minimumweight title

 

  • Saturday 18 June - Robin Park Centre, Wigan, Lancashire, United Kingdom

Middleweight - Martin Murray def Nick Blackwell by RTD       5 / 12 - Time: 3:00 – Vacant - BBBofC British middleweight title - WBA Inter-Continental middleweight title - Commonwealth (British Empire) middleweight title

Lightweight - Anthony Crolla    def Herve De Luca by TKO 1 / 12 - Vacant WBA Inter-Continental lightweight title

Featherweight - Joe Murray def James Ancliff on UD 12 / 12 - Vacant IBF Youth featherweight title

Unbeaten Martin Murray (23-0, 10 KO’s) defeated Nick Blackwell (8-1, 2 KO’s) by a 5th round TKO on Saturday night to capture the British middleweight title. The fight was stopped before the start of the 6th round. Murray was way too strong for Blackwell and punished him throughout the fight to get the win.

  • Saturday 18 June - York Hall, Bethnal Green, London, United Kingdom

Featherweight - Choi Tseveenpurev def Jackson Asiku on PTS 10 / 10

Former World Boxing Union featherweight champion Choi Tseveenpurev (31-5, 21 KOs) scored one of the best wins of his career when he defeated former world IBO featherweight champion Jackson “Action Jackson” Asiku (26-5-0) by ten round decision

 

 

  • Saturday 18 June - Tuscaloosa Amphitheater, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, United States

Heavyweight - Deontay Wilder def Damon Reed by KO 2 / 8 - Time: 1:59

Super middleweight - Gundrick King def Scoey Fields by TKO 2 / 6 - Time: 1:32

 

  • Saturday 18 June - Connecticut Convention Center, Hartford, Connecticut, United States

Welterweight - Javier Flores def Shakha Moore by TKO 7 / 8 

 

  • Saturday 18 June - Flickenger Athletic Center, Buffalo, New York, United States

Middleweight - Nick Brinson    def Michael Walchuk MD 8 / 8 - Vacant USA New York State middleweight title