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Saturday Night Boxing Results: June 25

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Boxing Results for - Saturday 25th June 2011 – from: Ghana, Germany, Italy, Mexico, United Kingdom and United States


  • Saturday 25 June - Accra International Conference Centre, Accra, Ghana

Light heavyweight - Braimah Kamoko def Vikapita Meroro      on UD 12 / 12 - WBO Africa light heavyweight title


  • Saturday 25 June – from: Lanxess-Arena, Cologne, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany

Felix Sturm and Matthew Macklin surpassed all expectations today in Germany, giving the fans a real treat with a 12-round war, which saw Felix Sturm win a close, even if debatable split decision over a relentless Matthew Macklin. Retaining his WBA middleweight belt, Sturm prevailed by scores of 116-112 twice. The third judge gave it to Macklin by a margin of 115-113.

It was a superb fight throughout, with griping, non stop, continuous action, with the last two rounds bringing the crowd to their feet. The final bell concluded a great action fight, and the judges scored the bout 115:113 Macklin, 116:112 and 116:112 for Sturm, who emerged the split decision winner in one of the year’s best fights to date.

31-year-old Sturm is now 36-2-1(15). Birmingham’s 29-year-old Macklin is now 28-3(19).

Other results from Germany

Heavyweight - Manuel Charr def Danny Williams by TKO 7 / 8 - Time: 1:16

Flyweight - Nadia Raoui def Evgeniya Zablotskaya on UD 6 / 6           

Middleweight - Mike Keta def Goekhan Kaya by TKO

Middleweight - Manuel Faisst def Torsten Roos by TKO 2 / 4

  • Saturday 25 June - Foro Italico, Rome, Lazio, Italy

Welterweight - Daniele Petrucci drew with Leonard Bundu TD 8 / 12 - Vacant EBU (European) welterweight title (supervisor: Antonio Del Greco)


  • Saturday 25 June - Parque Andrés Quintana Roo, Cozumel, Quintana Roo, Mexico

Lightweight - Humberto Soto def Motoki Sasaki on TD 11 / 12 - Time: 1:18 - WBC lightweight title (supervisor: Alberto Guerra)

WBC lightweight world champion Humberto Soto (56-7-2, 32 KOs) won a ten round technical decision over #11 rated challenger Motoki Sasaki (36-9, 23 KOs). Soto dropped Sasaki in round five and was far ahead of the scorecard when he slipped on a wet ring floor and suffered a leg injury. Scores were 100-88, 99-89, 99-89. Soto made the fourth defense of his lightweight title.


  • Saturday 25 Jun - Hala na Podpromiu, Rzeszow, Poland

Light heavyweight - Dawid Kostecki def Lolenga Mock on UD 10 / 10 - WBC Baltic light heavyweight title


  • Saturday 25 June - Civic Hall, Bedworth, Warwickshire, United Kingdom

Cruiserweight - Rhys Davies lost to Shane McPhilbin by TKO 3 / 10 - Time: 1:30


  • Saturday 25 June - Hillsborough Leisure Centre, Sheffield, Yorkshire, United Kingdom

Welterweight - Kell Brook def Lovemore N'dou on UD 12 / 12 - Vacant WBA Inter-Continental welterweight title

Heavyweight - Richard Towers def Ismail Abdoul on PTS 8 / 8

Kell Brook (24-0, 16KOs) won a dominating twelve round unanimous decision over tough veteran Lovemore Ndou (48-13-2, 31KOs) to capture the vacant WBA Inter-Continental welterweight title.

In the twelfth and final round: Brook went after Ndou with hard punches, trying to stop his opponent. Ndou was doing everything possible to survive. He was holding on and running out the clock as Brook was hitting him with punches to the head and body. But even though he hurt the 39-year-old "Black Panther" repeatedly, he couldn't become the first man to ever stop N'dou. Brook won on scores of 119-110, 119-110 and 118-111.


  • Saturday 25 June - Family Arena, Saint Charles, Missouri, United States

Light heavyweight - Tavoris Cloud def Yusaf Mack by TKO 8 / 12   - Time: 2:57 - IBF light heavyweight title (supervisor: Anibal Miramontes)

Heavyweight - Bermane Stiverne def Ray Austin by TKO 10 / 12 - Time: 0:43 - Vacant WBC Silver heavyweight title (supervisor: Robert Lenhardt)

Light middleweight - Cornelius Bundrage def Sechew Powell on UD 12 / 12 - IBF light middleweight title (supervisor: Anibal Miramontes)

Cruiserweight - Ryan Coyne def David McNemar on UD 12 / 12 - WBC USNBC cruiserweight title (supervisor: Robert Lenhardt) - Vacant WBA Fedelatin cruiserweight title

Middleweight - Cory Spinks def Shakir Ashanti on UD 10 / 10

Light welterweight - Devon Alexander def Lucas Martin Matthysse on SD         10 / 10           

Light welterweight - Yuri Ramanau def Darien Ford      by TKO 5 /  8

Tavoris ‘Thunder’ Cloud (22-0, 19 KOs) remained undefeated and retained his IBF light heavyweight title, knocking out Yusef ‘Mack Attack” Mack (29-4-2, 17 KOs) at 2:57 in the 8th round. The champion set Mack up in the corner, landing a huge left hook followed by a blistering combination, capped off with a right hand that sent Mack to the canvas. The challenger got to his feet at the count of 8, but referee Sam Williams decided that Mack was in no condition to continue and stopped the fight. - WBC #7 heavyweight Bermane ‘B-Ware’ Stiverne (21-1-1, 20 KOs) scored a TKO victory over WBC #4 Ray ‘The Rain Man’ Austin (28-6-4, 18 KOs), with a powerful right hand to the top of the head which sent his opponent to the canvas. Austin, who got up at the count of nine, lamented with referee Mike England after the stoppage. Stiverne is also now the mandatory challenger for WBC champion Vitali Klitschko. Austin was ahead 86-84 on two cards and third card was 85-85 draw. - Ryan ‘The Irish Outlaw’ Coyne (17-0, 6 KOs) added the WBA Fedelatin cruiserweight title to his collection by defeating substitute David McNemar (13-1, 10 KOs) on a unanimous desecion. Coyne, who was to face WBA champion Guillermo Jones, had to go the full12 rounds. Scores were 116-112, 116-112 and 115-113.  - DevonAlexander commenting on his victory over Matthysse, said: “Matthysse is a rough and tough fighter. I brought the fight out in me because people had their doubts about my abilities as a boxer. The knockdown [first of his career] was a flash knockdown [in the fourth round]. I had to pull it out. I was having flashbacks from my last fight with Bradley, and I wasn’t going to lose two fights in a row. As a matter of fact, I’m never going to lose again.”