Tuburan, Philippines: Bantam: Marco (Demecillo) Singwancha (12-0-1) W PTS 10 Rex Olisa (7-7-1). These two exchange hard punches from the start with 20-year-old Singwancha having thea edge on power and wearing down game Olisa. A right put Olisa down in the ninth and he was in trouble for the rest of the round. Singwancha could not find the finish so had to settle for a unanimous verdict on scores of 100-89, 99-90 and 98-91. Olisa, 22, without a win in his last seven.
Santa Ynez, USA: Cruiser: Lateef Kayode (17-0) W PTS 10 Matt Godfrey (20-3). Super Bantam: Chris Avalos (19-1) W PTS 10 Khabir Sulyemanov (11-1). Light: Art Hovhannesyan (14-0-1) W KO 6 Archie Ray Marquez (12-1). Welter: Rashad Holloway (12-2-2) W PTS 8 Jhon Berrio (15-10). Too easy for Nigerian Kayode, 28, against a slow and sluggish Godfrey. Kayode in charge all the way, cutting the ring down on “Too Smooth” and scoring well to head and body. Too much clinching to be a great scrap. Kayode floors Godfrey with a straight right in the first, then again in the fifth and ninth rounds on the way to a wide unanimous decision. Scores 98-89, 98-90 and 97-90. Godfrey, 30, had minor success in the fourth when he seemed to hurt Kayode, but did his standing no good by spitting in the face of Kayode as he saw defeat looming. “The Power”, rated No 2 by the WBA, already holds the NABO and NABF titles and added the vacant NABA title. Godfrey lost in five rounds to Marco Huck for the WBO title in August. Avalos continued his rebuilding with a unanimous verdict over Russian Sulyemanov. Avalos, 21, had the Russian on the floor in the first from a short left, and put him down again in the third. However he ruined any advantage by hitting Sulyemanov when he was down, and the referee deducted a point. Avalos continued to be the busier whilst NABO champ Sulyemanov, 30, looked for single shots. Scores 97-90, 96-91 and 95-92. Avalos wins vacant WBO Inter-Continental title with his third win since losing to Chris Martin for the same title in August. Armenian “Lionheart” Hovhannesyan gets good win in battle of unbeaten fighters. Two left hooks put Marquez down at the end of the first round. Hovannesyan also scores knockdowns in the third and fifth and a left uppercut finishes the fight in the sixth. Hovannesyan, 29, who represented Armenia in the 2005 World championships, has now won six of his last seven by KO/TKO. Holloway did some rebuilding also as he took a unanimous verdict over Colombian Berrio, scoring a knockdown in the seventh along the way. Scores 79-72 twice and 78-73. Las Heras, Argentina: Fly: Juan Carlos Reveco (27-1) W KO 2 Jean Piero Perez (18-4-1). Feather: Sergio Medina (36-4) W PTS 12 Carlos Ricardo Rodriguez (24-5). “Coton” Revelco, 27, moves up to flyweight and wins WBA interim title. Although giving away height and reach, the former WBA light fly champ Reveco scores well in the first, particularly with left jabs, hooks and uppercuts. Venezuelan Perez, 30, is shaken at the end of the first after what looked like a clash of heads. Perez gets his jab working more in the second, but again the fast hooks and uppercuts from Reveco getting through. Suddenly in an exchange a devastating left hook hits Perez in the solar plexus and he is down and rolling in agony on the canvas with no chance of getting up. Weight making difficulty, arising from a kidney problem, led Reveco to move up, and he now has eleven wins in a row since losing his WBA title to Brahim Asloum in 2007. Perez was unbeaten in seven going in. New York, USA: Welter: Kenny Galarza (15-1) W PTS 10 Irving Garcia (17-7-3). Welter: Tom Delorme (12-0) W PTS 10 DeMarcus Corley (37-18-1). Galarza, 25, does not impress in this showcase fight. Starts well but never really seems to get into his stride or let the punches flow. Garcia, 32, boxes well scoring with his jab and with enough rights to mark up the young prospect. Galarza just the busier, but split decision not popular with some of the crowd as Puerto Rica does not show expected firepower. Scores 97-94, 96-94 and 94-96. Second win for Galarza since loss to Brad Solomon a year ago, and first points win. Garcia now one win in last seven. In his first ten round fight, the lanky Delorme, 21, just too young and aggressive for 37-year-old Corley. Scores a knockdown with a left hook in the third and his aggression dominates, but he looks tight and looking for big punch too often. Scores 99-90 from all three officials. Only one win in his last eight fights for former WBO light welter champ. Calais, France: Super Feather: Romain Jacob (13-0) W PTS 10 Sebastien Cornu (9-8-3). Jacob wins vacant French title in his hometown with unanimous verdict over taller southpaw Cornu. After a couple of quiet rounds, Jacob, 22, gets into his stride and knocks Cornu, 27, down for an eight count in the fourth. “The Scorpion” survives and then bangs back scoring well in rounds 5 and 6 with Jacob losing a point for spitting out his gum shield three times. Both are tired, but Jacob finishes the stronger and wins on scores of 98-90, 98-92 and a much more representative 95-93. Just over 24 years ago Romain’s father Thierry won the same title. Thierry went on to win the European bantam and WBC super bantam titles, and also had shots at the IBF bantam and IBF and WBA super bantam titles. San Bernardino, Italy: Super Bantam: Giuseppe Di Micco (10-0) W PTS 10 Daniele Limon (5-1) .Great little fight between two unbeaten young fighters for the vacant Italian title. Di Micco, 25, works inside against taller Limon, 26, and takes the early rounds. Limon’s tactic of switching guards does not work, but as Di Micco tires Limon, despite never having gone beyond six rounds, stages a strong finish to make it a close fight. Scores 97-95, 96-94 and 94-96.
Buenos Aires, Argentina: Super Fly: Omar Narvaez (35-0-2) W PTS 12 William Urina (17-2). Welter: Hector Saldavia (38-2) W KO 2 Carmelito De Jesus (14-3). Super Fly: Roberto Domingo Sosa (21-0) W PTS 6 Santiago Acosta (17-8-2). Bantam: Nestor Narvaez (18-0-2) W KO 3 Ariel Alassia (13-7-1,1ND). Role reversal here for “El Huracan” as it is the tall Colombian who is the aggressor and Narvaez, 35, boxing defensively. Urina scoring well in the opening rounds builds an early lead and silences the Luna Park crowd. Urina had height and reach advantages and used then well, but threw away a point in the sixth with one his frequent low blows. The skill, movement and counter-punching of southpaw Narvaez came into it from the seventh, and although he was badly rocked in the eighth, over the last three rounds the champion scores heavily on the tiring Colombian and retains his WBO title for the third time on scores of 117-110 from all three judges. Now 21 world title fights for former WBO fly champ Narvaez, more than Urina’s total fights, but the cracks are beginning to show as this was a tougher than expected defence. Urina won a gold medal at the South American Games and competed at the 2007 World championships. “El Tigre” hunts again as a perfect uppercut from 27-year-old Saldivia flattens modest Brazilian. Now 32 win by KO/TKO for WBA No 12 Saldivia, the last six in a row since his disastrous 107 seconds blow-out loss to Said Ouali in May last year. WBO No 3 Sosa, 26, remains unbeaten with win over former Olympian Acosta. Sosa faster to the punch and too sharp for Acosta. Scores 58-56 ½, 59 ½ -56 and 59 ½ - 55. Sosa had beaten Acosta on a split decision in 2009, but since then Sosa has improved and Acosta has gone backwards. Once a prospect, Acosta has now lost 7of his last 8. Controversial win for brother Nestor. After two quiet rounds he floors Alassia with a body shot. Alassia beats the count, but a very low punch puts him down again. Alassia writhes on the canvas for five minutes as Narvaez is disqualified. However an hour later the decision is changed to a kayo win for Narvaez. San Luis Potosi, Mexico: Light Middle: Austin Trout (23-0) W PTS 12 David Lopez (40-13). Super Bantam: Arturo Santos (10-1) W TEC DEC 9 Alex Espinoza (9-5). Feather: Eduardo Escobedo (31-3) W TKO 3 Mauricio Martinez (35-12-1). WBA secondary title holder Trout, 25, boxes his way to victory over fellow southpaw Lopez in his first defence. Trout has the hand and foot speed to stay away from the strong Mexican and ties up 33-year-old Lopez whenever he gets close. Trout’s fast jabs and counters piling up the points. Both fighters on the canvas in the eleventh, but only the trip for Lopez is counted as a knockdown. Trout retains on scores of 119-109, 118-109 and 117-110. Good to see Lopez get a title shot as he went from “opponent” to world rated and had won his last 16, and lost only one of his last 22. Former Olympian Santos, 25, gets revenge for an amateur defeat as he beats Venezuelan Espinoza on technical decision to win the vacant WBA Fedecaribe title. Santos was a World Junior silver medalist and a quarter finalist at both the World championships and the 2008 Olympics. WBA No 3 and WBC silver belt titilist Escobedo halts the rapidly sliding Martinez in three rounds. “Canilla” now has 22 wins by KLO/TKO and also wins a WBA Fedcaribe title. Escobedo has won ten in a row since losing to Daniel Ponce De Leon for the WBO super bantam title in 2007. Southpaw Martinez, 36, a former WBO bantam champion has lost his last four. Cebu City, Philippines: Feather: Rey Bautista (30-2) W TEC DEC 7 Heriberto Ruiz (46-10-2). Fly: Edrin Dapudong (22-3) W TKO 4 Benja Loemoli (11-2). Light Welter: Jason Pagara (27-1) W KO 4 Juan Carlos Gallegos (16-5). A win but not an inspiring one for “Boom Boom” Bautista. The 24-year-old forces the fight but the jab and movement of the experienced Mexican give him trouble. However, the real trouble is with the headwork of Ruiz, 33, as clashes see Bautista cut on the right eyebrow in the third, on the forehead in the fifth. When later another cut was opened on Bautista’s right eyebrow the Doctor recommended the fight be stopped. It went to the scorecards and Bautista gets the unanimous technical decision on scores of 68-65 twice and 69-65. Some measure of revenge for Bautista who lost to “Cuate” Ruiz in 2008. Now five wins for Bautista since a one round blow-out loss the Daniel Ponce De Leon for the WBO super bantam title in 2007. Ruiz has been in with seven men who have held world titles, and beat two of them so he is a tough competitor. “The Sting” Dapudong has too much power for 17-year-old Indonesian “Rhinoceros. The WBC No 11 scores a knockdown in the first and despite a gutsy performance by young Leomoli he is floored again in the fourth and the referee stops the fight. Now 13 wins by KO/TKO for Dapudong who scored a big win in beating Jesus Jimenez for the WBC Silver belt in June last year, but then lost to Wilbert Uicab. Sensational 18-year-old prospect Pagara was given a tough test by his first Mexican opponent. He just could not seem to get untracked and with a big bump appearing under his right eye looked to be in trouble. All that changed at the end of the fourth when a three punch combination put Gallegos down and out. Pagara is unbeaten in his last 15 and it is 16 wins by KO/TKO for the WBO No 10. Brakpan, South Africa: Super Bantam: Jeffrey Mathebula (24-3-2) W PTS 12 Oscar Chauke (27-5-2). Super Fly: Zolani Tete (15-1) W TKO 7 Olebkeng Motseki (8-2). Not a great fight, but as it was an IBF eliminator the result was important. “Golden Boy” Chauke makes the better start as the busier fighter, but former Olympian Mathebula, IBF No 8, takes over in the middle rounds and is the quicker and more accurate. Builds a lead and looks to have done enough to win clearly, but one official disagrees. Scores 116-112, 115-113 and 112-116. The 31-year-old Mathebula’s only losses since 2003 were split verdicts to Celestino Caballero for the WBA super bantam title and to current IBF champion Takalani Ndlovu in September. Chauke is a former South African and World Boxing Federation champion. IBF No 6 Tete takes a while to shake off seven months of ring rust but catches up with novice Matseki in seventh and has him in trouble when the towel comes flying in. Tete is a former WBU flyweight champion. Liverpool, England: Fly: Chris Edwards (16-14-3) W PTS 12 Paul Edwards (8-1). Heavy: David Price (11-0) W TKO 2 Tom Dallas (15-1). Light: Derry Matthews (28-5) W KO 1 George Watson (8-5-2). Slight upset as veteran Chris Edwards, 35, takes razor thin split verdict over 24-year-old Paul Edwards. Paul starts well picking off Chris as he bulls his way in. Continues to score well with counters and looks on the way to a win. However, the pressure and body shots start to take effect and Chris gets into the fight as Paul seems to tire. A cut by right eye in the eighth does not faze Chris who builds a lead. Paul puts in a strong finish to off-set those middle rounds, but two of the officials do not see it as enough. Scores 115-113 twice and 114-115 as Chris adds British title to his Commonwealth belt. Chris is a former British super fly champ and is now in his second reign as British fly champion. Despite his modest looking record he has lost only two of his last twelve fights. Paul drops British title in his first defence, but can come again. Big win in British terms for prospect Price, 27, as he halts late sub Dallas in two. Dallas, 26, trying to force the fight, gets a wake up call from a Price left hook in the first. Still trying to get Price to the ropes Dallas is hit with a left to the body and then a right to the head and the fight is over. Now nine by KO/TKO for the 6’8” tall Price, a three-time British amateur champion, Commonwealth gold medalist and Olympic bronze medalist, who halted Raphael Butler in one round in April. Dallas 6’6” has to rebuild. Former WBU champion Matthews continues his rebuilding as he kayos George Watson with a right after just 70 seconds. Now 14 wins by KO/TKO for English title holder. Matthews went through a bad patch in 2008/09 when he lost four in a row, all by KO/TKO, but has won his last three. Aberdeen, Scotland: Light Welter: Lee McAllister (33-2) W PTS 12 Isaac Quartey (7-7-1). The Aberdeen Assassin wins second Commonwealth title with easy points wins over very limited Ghanaian. McAllister, 28, always in control as southpaw Quartey’s efforts consisted of wild swing with his left. McAllister, in only his second fight in 14 months due to injury, takes no chances and is in cruise control against poor opponent. Scores 120-108 twice and a generous 120-110. New York, USA: Feather: Luis Del Valle (13-0) W PTS 10 Dat Nguyen (17-2). Middle: Jonathan Gonzalez (13-0) W PTS 10 Rich Gutierrez (26-7-1). Light Welter: Gabriel Bracero (16-0) W TKO 1 Memo Valdes (12-4). Del Valle, 24, wins wide unanimous decision. His precision boxing, and fast right hand punching gave him the edge in the early rounds over the aggressive wide-swinging Nguyen. Del Valle has Nguyen close to a knockdown in the sixth. From the sixth onwards Del Valle was totally in control and Vietnamese-born 28-year-old, Buddy McGirt trained, Nguyen had his left eye swelling badly and was shipping constant punishment. Impressive display by Dell Valle and a gutsy, but limited one from Nguyen. Scores 99-91 from all three judges. Puerto Rican Del Valle is a former US National Golden Gloves champion. Puerto Rican prospect Gonzalez is taken the distance for the first time in unanimous verdict over experienced Colombian Gutierrez. Not a pretty fight with plenty of bad blood and some decidedly ungentlemanly tactics from both fighters. After bombs away start, Gonzalez goes over to boxing and generally dominates, scoring well with head shots and deserves 98-92 twice and 99-91 scores. “Mantequilla”, 21, wins vacant NABA title. Gonzalez represented Puerto Rico at the 2007 World championships and 2008 Olympics. Third loss by KO/TKO in a row for Gutierrez. Bracero, making up for lost time, takes only 40 seconds to halt 38-year-old Valdes. This was only the second win by KO/TKO for the 30-year-old Puerto Rican, who is trying to put some prison time behind him, and was coming off a good win over previously unbeaten Danny O’Connor in April. Valdes has now lost 4 of his last 5. Banja Luka, Bosnia & Herzegovina: Cruiser: Nenad Borovacanin (28-0) W PTS 12 Konstantin Semerdjiev (29-13-2). Despite breaking the thumb on his right hand in the fourth round Serbian Borovacanin, 32, easily outscores 39-year-old Bulgarian. “Neso” wins every round and has Semerdijev reeling at times, but with the use of only his left, can’t find the punch to put him away. Borovacanin wins WBO European title. Chandler, USA: Light Welter: Jose Benavidez (12-0) W TKO 4 Corey Alarcon (14-18-1). Light Oscar Meza (22-4) W TKO 3 Kelly Wright (4-8). Outstanding prospect Benavidez returns to his hometown to destroy game late sub Alarcon in three rounds. The 5’11” tall, 19-year-old Benavidez floors Alarcon, 33, with a right in the second and twice more in the third for a stoppage. Poor match sees Meza floor Wright in the second and three times in the third. Now 17 by KO/TKO for “The Student” Meza and seven losses in a row for Wright. Remilly, France: Light Middle: Sebastien Madani (31-1) W PTS 12 Franklin Mamani (9-1). A walk in the park for French champion Mamani as pleases his home crowd by he flooring and outpointing Bolivian novice Mamani to win vacant World Boxing Federation Inter-Continental title on scores of 120-107 twice and 118-110. Now 24 wins in a row for Madani. Hamburg, Germany: Cruiser: Alex Alexeev (21-2) W TKO 2 Damian Norris (16-7). Middle: Rafael Bejaran (13-1) W TKO 8 Goekalp Oezekler (10-1). Kai Kurzawa (26-4) W TKO 3 Armin Dollinger (21-2). Middle: Ante Bilic (24-2) W PTS 8 Mike Schubov (13-6). Easy for Uzbek-born Russian southpaw Alexeev as he wins vacant WBO Asia Pacific title. He shakes tall Cuban Norris, 29, in the first and jumps on him in the second and forces the stoppage. Second win for Alexeev, 30, since loss to Denis Lebedev in July. Oezekler, 29, gets the better start, but then the superior skills of Dominican give him control. German International champ Oezekler seems to tire and a right puts him down and out in eighth. Dominican wins WBO European title!! Kurzawa, 34, gains revenge for earlier defeat as he outclasses Dollinger with the 39-year-old’s corner throwing in the towel in the third. Kurzawa, a former European champion, makes it four wins since returning to the ring, and 18 wins by KO/TKO. Tough fight for Croat Bilic, 27, against modest Russian and just squeezes through on a majority verdict. Now eight wins in a row for Bilic. Schubov has lost four of his last five. Merida, Mexico: Light Middle: Jose Pinzon (20-2-1) W PTS 10 Edvan Dos Santos Barros (11-11-1). Light: Aaron Herrera (20-0) W TKO 6 Alirio Rivero (21-9-1). Light: Ramon Maas (25-1) W PTS 8 Juan Carlos Medellin (5-2-2). Not all plain sailing for Pinzon. Looks like an early night as Pinzon floors Brazilian in first, but Dos Santos survives. An over confident Pinzon, 24, walks into a right and is floored in the third. Pinzon thrown out of his stride for a while, but Dos Santos, 32, soon shipping heavy punishment again and is floored in the sixth. Brazilian survives but Pinzon wins on scores of 97-89 twice and 98-88. First win for Pinzon since loss to Pawel Wolak in December. Dos Santos has lost 5 of his last 6. “The Jewell” Herrera looks a real talent as he outclasses Venezuelan and scores knockdowns in the second and sixth round when the fight is stopped. Now 15 wins by KO/TKO for Herrera. Three losses by KO/TKO in a row for Mexican-based Rivero. Supposed to be an easy fight for “The Cobra” Maas, but turned out to be anything but as Medellin pressed him all the way. Maas just the busier, but his split decision win on scores of 67-66 twice and 66-67 shows how close it was. Fukuoka, Japan: Super Bantam: Super Fly: Kenji Oba (21-0-2) W TKO 3 Rungniran. Too easy for Oba, 27, against unknown Thai as he moves to 16 wins by KO/TKO with stoppage late in the third round. Now 8 wins by KO/TKO in his last 9 fights and all of his last 14 opponents have been Thailanders. Iztacalco, Mexico: Light Fermin de los Santos (15-13-1) W KO 1 Manuel Aguilar (15-2). For about a minute it looked as though southpaw Aguilar was going to give de los Santos a tough night. A devastating left hook to the body ended that impression and Aguilar, who had trouble making the weight, was counted out after just 106 seconds. Fourth defence of his CABOFE title for WBC No 8 featherweight de los Santos and win eleven by KO/TKO. De los Santos has really turned his career around. After a spell of four straight losses he has now on his last six, but third one round loss in his last five fights for Mexican Aguilar. Windhoek, Namibia: Welter: Bethuel Ushona (23-1) W PTS 12 Peter Oluoch (10-3-2). Bantam: Paulus Ambunda (15-0) W KO 12 Emilio Norfat (7-4). Light: Julius Indongo (8-0) W TKO 10 Peter Malaki (8-9-1). Ushona eases back with wide unanimous points win over durable Kenya. Concentrating on the body Ushona always in control but Oluoch stays there to the end. Ushona wins on scores of 120-108 twice and 119-110. Ushona, who lost his unbeaten record in a challenge for the Commonwealth title against Denton Vassell in March, wins interim WBO African title.” The Rock” Ambunda, 30, wins every round against Kenyan. Scores knockdown in the second but Emilio is game. Little Ambunda finally finds the punches in the last and body shots put Emilio down for the count. Ambunda retains WBO African title and goes to nine wins by KO/TKO. This fight was in the balance until the last round. The 5’10” tall Indongo broke through in the last and had “The Butcher” Malakai reeling and defenseless when the referee stepped in. Indongo retains Namibian title. Third unsuccessful title shot for Malakai. Camana Bay, Cayman Islands: Middle: Charles Whittaker (37-12-2) W PTS 12 Keenan Collins (13-6-2,1ND). Local favourite Whittaker makes another of his rare appearances and wins vacant USBA title with unanimous verdict over modest Collins. Whittaker, 37, is unbeaten in 13 fights stretching back to 2004, but had only two fights in 2009, one in 2010 and this is his first in 2011. General Santos City, Philippines: Fly: Fernando Lumacad (23-3-3) W KO 1 Ricky Sabia (8-6-1). Light Fly: Randy Petalcurin (13-1) W KO 1 Yodchingchai (2-1). A left hook to the ribs from “Trigger” Lumacad ends this one in the first. Lumacad , 25, wins vacant WBC Asian Boxing Council title. Lumacad, 25, has lost only to Wandee Singwancha, Jorge Arce and Juan Jose Montes, all on the road. Petalcurin, 19 finishes poor Thai in quick time. Hooks to the body had the inexperienced Yodchingchai writhing on the canvas, and it was almost five minutes before he got up. Now 13 by KO/TKO for Petalcurin who wins vacant WBC Asian Boxing Council title. Kiev, Ukraine: Middle: Avtandil Khurtsidze (25-2-2) W KO 1 Dionisio Miranda (21-7-2). Light Welter: Viktor Postol (14-0) W PTS 10 Tarik Madni (14-2). Cruiser: Dmytro Kucher (12-0) W TKO 7 Ali Ismailov (18-7-1). Georgian “Tornado” Khurtsidze, 32, suffers a cut in a clash of heads then produces two left hooks to floor Miranda twice and it is all over inside a round. First defence of his IBO title for 5’4” tall Khurtsidze and win No 15 by KO/TKO. Colombian Miranda, 28, who lost a tooth and may have suffered a fractured jaw, is known as “Mister Knockout” unfortunately in seven of those he has been on the receiving end, but on the plus side he had beaten Lujan Simon in December. Former University student Postol, 27, gave Madni a boxing lesson and won easily on scores of 100-89 twice and 100-90. Belgian Madni, who has never won or lost a fight inside the distance, just could not get near the 5’11” Postol. Impressive performance by “The Coachman” as Kucher hands out punishment to former WBO title challenger Ismailov who retires at the end of the seventh round. Southhaven, USA: Middle: Patrick Majewski (17-0) W PTS 10 Marcus Upshaw (13-6-1). Heavy: Hasim Rahman (50-7-2,1ND) W TKO 6 Galen Brown (35-17-1,4ND). Impressive win from Pole Majewski. After a couple of slow rounds “The Machine” starts to get inside the long reach of Upshaw and dictates the fight from then. Floors Upshaw in both the fifth and sixth rounds, and eases to a wide unanimous verdict. Scores 100-88 twice and 100-89. Majewski wins NABO title. Upshaw had scored an upset win over Renan St Juste in May last year, but then lost to Osumanu Adama in March. Former WBC champ Rahman, 38, weighs heaviest of his career as he halts late substitute Brown. At 284lbs a very chubby Rahman just wears down 30lbs lighter southpaw Brown. An exhausted Brown goes down on his knees four times in the sixth and the referee stops the fight. Four wins in a row for Rahman, but just seems to be getting fatter rather than fitter. Brown now 3-7 in his last ten.
Osaka, Japan: Light Fly: Ryo Miyazaki (14-0-3) W PTS 12 Mabao D.Singwancha (16-18-1). Miyazaki, 22 makes successful second defence of his OPBF title as his pressure tactics and strong right hand shots are too much for game Filipino. The three draws for WBA No 5 Miyazaki are all of the technical nature. Scores 119-110, 118-111 and 117-111. Mabao (his real last name) has now lost 7 of his last 8. Batangas, Philippines: Super Feather: Roberto Gonzales (18-0) W KO 3 Amor Tino (12-9-2). Light Fly: Lolito Sonsona (14-0-2) W TKO 6 Marvin Avila. Southpaw Gonzales flattens Tino with two rights. Now ten wins by KO/TKO for 20-year-old “Calibre”. Sonsona always in control. Avila retires in his corner at the end of the sixth with a bad cut caused by a punch. Lolito is younger brother of world rated Eden Sonsona. Johannesburg, South Africa: Light: Bongani Dlamini (12-2) W TKO 3 Samkeloi Fani (10-5). Prospect Dlamini hits too hard for modest Fani. Dlamini looking for an early finish from the first bell finally nails Fani in the third and has him in deep trouble when the referee stops the fight.
Tokyo, Japan:Light: Nihito Arakawa (20-1-1) W TKO 4 Masanori Shoda (14-8-1). Middle: Makoto Fuchigami (16-6) W TKO 5 Hidenori Tajima (13-8-1). Super Fly: Yohei Tobe (2-0) W KO 2 Wandee Singwancha (66-14-1). Successful third defence of his national title by southpaw Arakawa. His fast, accurate combinations too much for Shoda until a left drops the challenger in the fourth and the referee stops the fight. Arakawa, 29, unbeaten in eleven now. Fuchigami, also a southpaw, retains his national title for the first time as Tajima takes a beating and retires in his corner at the end of the fifth. I don’t usually bother with six round bouts, but 24-year-old Tobe looks special. He destroyed the experienced Thai flooring him heavily at the end of the first and putting him out cold with a right in the second. In his first fight Tobe beat South Korean champion Jinki Jun in 71 seconds. One to watch. Additional Commonwealth Results (all Commonwealth fighters)
Accra, Ghana: Super Bantam: Mike Barnor (9-2-2) W TKO 1 Rashid Musu (0-3). Bantam: Gabriel Odoi Laryea (9-2-1) W PTS 8 Sam Adotei (0-8-2).Welter: Dodzi Keneh (2-0) W TKO 2 Roger Abayeteye (0-5). Light: Maxwell Awuku (22-2-1) W KO 5 Armah Tetteh (1-5). Bantam: Yaqub Kareem (5-1-1) W KO 5 Daniel Armah (0-5). Super Middle: Stephen Abbey (9-2) W PTS 8 Akeem Alarape (0-8). Light Heavy: Ayitey Powers (5-16-1) W KO 5 Razark Agorza (0-2). Light Welter: Isaac Aryee (5-4) W TKO 5 Edward Bawa (0-5). Super Feather: Emmanuel Addo (8-0) W TKO 5 Kuma Doe (2-8)
Aberdeen, Scotland: Super Bantam: Ryan McNicol (2-8-2) W PTS 8 Delroy Spencer (14-118-3). Heavy: Gary Cornish (2-0) W RTD 4 Hastings Rasani (23-58-4). Bouts 6 x 2 minutes.
Johannesburg, South Africa:Light: Jason Bedeman(15-1-2) W TKO 2 Nicholas Modibeng (2-6)
Kingston, Jamaica: Feather: Nick Walters (18-0) W TKO 2 Angel Salinas (14-9-1). Middle: Sakima Mullings (5-1) W KO 5 Winston Pompey (3-9-2). Faster and hitting harder, “Axe Man” Walters, 25, floors Mexican Salinas in the second with an uppercut. The follow-up attack has Salinas helpless and saved by the referee. Third defence of his WBA Fedlatin title and 15 wins by KO/TKO for the WBA No 6. Salinas has lost 5 of his last 6. Jamaican Mullings wins inaugural Commonwealth Zonal title. Cut by a clash of heads in round two, Mullings overcomes that to kayo Pompey with a three punch combination in fifth. Dijon, France: Bantam: Yoan Boyeaux (8-3) W TKO 4 Jerome Arnould (24-5-1). Super Middle: Bilel Latreche (12-3) W KO 3 Cleber Alves (9-5). Disappointing finish as, after three fairly even rounds, Arnould pulls out at the end of the fourth with a hand injury. Local fighter Boyeaux wins vacant French title in his second shot having lost on a split decision to Jerome Thomas in March. Boyeaux had Josh Wale on the floor before losing to him in September, and lost to Carl Frampton in February last year. Arnould , a former undefeated French champion lost to Wladimir Sidorenko for the WBA title in 2007, and to Jamie McDonnell for the vacant European title in March last year. Latreche makes successful second defence of his IBF Youth title. Brazilian has the better of the first two rounds, but once Latreche goes to the body Alves collapses, claiming a low blow, and is counted out. Five wins in a row for Latreche. Alves making his third attempt to win a Youth title. He went the distance with South African Thomas Oosthizuen for IBO Youth title in 2009.
Panama City, Panama: Bantam: Anselmo Moreno (31-1-1) W TKO 8 Lorenzo Parra (31-3-1). Middle: Gennady Golovkin (21-0) W TKO 10 Kassim Ouma (27-8-1,1ND). Light Welter: Alberto Mosquera (16-0-1,1ND) DREW 10 Johan Perez (13-0-1). Heavy: Luis Ortiz (11-0) W KO 6 Luis Pineda (22-10-1). Light Middle: Pablo Vasquez (20-2-1) W KO 2 Segundo Herrera (4-14-1). Welter: Vicente Mosquera (27-2-1) W PTS 8 Jose Miranda (9-11-3). Super Feather: Irving Berry (20-2-2) W PTS 8 Julio Camano (8-5,1ND). Disappointing fight as Moreno finds Parra a reluctant opponent. The WBA champion tries to force the fight, but the former WBA flyweight champion Parra ducking and diving to avoid the Panamanian’s pressure. Moreno tried everything to get Parra to stand and fight, but the Venezuelan just concentrating on survival. The frustration comes to an end after the eighth round as Parra is unable to continue claiming a hand injury. Seventh defence for “Chemito”. Parra announced his retirement. Southpaw Ouma started well with a busy style, working inside, setting a fast pace and making Golovkin look ordinary. However, from the seventh the power and of taller Kazak Golovkin, 29, gradually wore the Ugandan down. Golovkin stalking and throwing bombs. Ouma, 32, took heavy punishment in the eighth with his face marking-up, and with the Doctor examining him, but allowing the fight to continue. The relentless beating continued in the ninth with Golovkin scoring throughout with vicious hooks and uppercuts. In the tenth Ouma tried to fight from the centre of the ring, but was driven back to the ropes. With Ouma being hit with hard head shots the referee almost stopped the fight, and when a few seconds later Ouma just dropped his hands the fight was stopped. Now 18 wins by KO/TKO for Golovkin with this his first defence of his WBA secondary title. Former IBF light middle champ “The Dream” Ouma has lost 6 of his last 8. He was hospitalized after the bout due to the Doctor’s concerns over whether he may have suffered some bleeding on the brain as a result of the beating he took. Perez, 28, rescues the reputation of Venezuelan’s as he gives unbeaten “Machine Gun” Mosquera, 24, a tough ten rounds. Many rounds were close, but “Terrible” Perez seems to do the more effective work and looked very unlucky to have to share the points in a majority draw. Scores 95-95, 96-96 and a very biased 97-94 for southpaw Mosquera. Perez is unbeaten in five visits to Panama. “Big Thing Ortiz too much for 37-year-old Pineda. Has the Panamanian veteran in trouble a few times before applying the finish with a left hook that puts Pineda down on his face in the sixth. The 6’4” Cuban southpaw makes it nine by KO/TKO and wins vacant WBA Fedlatin and WBC Fecarbox titles. Former WBC cruiser title challenger Pineda, 37, lost by KO/TKO for the ninth time, and with only one win in his last eight announced his retirement. “The Talented” Vazquez hurts Colombian Herrera with body shots in the first. Forces a standing count in the second and then flattens Herrera with a straight right. Tall Venezuelan Vazquez, 27, has 19 wins by KO/TKO and bounces back after two inside the distance losses in a row, including a loss to world rated Brad Solomon in October. Herrera has won only 2 of his last 13. Former WBA super feather champion Vicente Mosquera, 31, continues his comeback with a comfortable points victory over southpaw Miranda. Mosquera, who had a war with the late Edwin Valero, has three wins since release after being wrongly imprisoned for three years. One win in his last ten for Miranda. “Travieso” Berry wins unanimous verdict over Camano. Berry had to climb off the floor to get a majority verdict over Camano in November. Berry has lost only one of his last 19, and that was to Jonathan Barrios for the vacant WBA secondary title in December. San Rafael, Argentina: Middle: Carlos Baldomir (47-13-6) W PTS 10 Eduardo Flores (10-2-1). Cruiser: Rogelio Rossi (17-2-1) W KO 2 Luzimar Gonzaga (31-10). Too easy for 40-year-old “Tata” . The former WBC and IBO welter champion has too much skill and experience for Ecuadorian novice Flores, 25. Baldomir, who won his WBC title by beating Zab Judah, and beat Arturo Gatti in a defence, breezes to wide unanimous verdict on scores of 100-90 twice and 99-91. The 6’6 ½ Rossi , 29, nicknamed “Little” has the Brazilian under pressure from the first bell, and puts him down and out with a volley in the second. The Argentinian and South American champ is unbeaten in his last 17 and adds the WBC Latino interim title. Ninth loss by KO/TKO for Gonzaga. Hidalgo, USA: Super Feather: Gary Russell Jr (16-0) W KO 4 Antonio Meza (24-10-1). Light Welter: Omar Figueroa (12-0) W PTS 8 Eric Cruz (11-7-3). Light Middle: Jermell Charo (15-0) W PTS 6 Larry Smith (9-4).Southpaw Russell, 23, too good for veteran Mexican Meza,28, also a southpaw. The former Olympian floored Meza in the third and after two more floorings in the fourth, the referee stops the one-sided fight. Russell is developing well and has ten wins by KO/TKO. Now six losses on a row for Meza. Local fighter Figueroa, 21,a wins a clear unanimous verdict over 23-year-old Puerto Rican Cruz in rough scrap. Figueroa at times pot-shotting the static Cruz, but hampered by hand injury. Both fighters hurt in seventh and Cruz withstands big attack by Figueroa in last. Scores 78-74 twice and 79-73. Cruz has never won a fight that went the distance. Flashy Texan Charo, 21, remains unbeaten after winning all the way against 32-year-old Smith Scores 60-54 twice and 59-55. Austin, USA: Welter : Karim Mayfield (14-0-1) W TKO 10 Steve Forbes (35-10). Light Middle: Grady Brewer (27-13) W TKO 4 Fernando Guerrero (21-1). Big win for 30-year-old Californian “Hard Hita” Mayfield. After two quiet rounds he shakes Former IBF super feather champ Forbes in third. Forbes shows his experience by battling back in fourth. From fifth to ninth Mayfield has a slight edge, but in the tenth a right has Forbes reeling helplessly and the referee stops the fight. Now nine wins by KO/TKO for Mayfield, but 34-year-old Forbes is 3-7 in his ten, including a loss to Andre Berto for the WBC title. Big upset as veteran Brewer, 40, winner of the Series Two The Contenders in 2006, snaps unbeaten streak of Dominican southpaw Guerrero. For two rounds it goes with the script with Guerrero countering sharply to the aggressive Brewer. Turns in the fourth when a right sends Guerrero through the ropes and onto the ring apron. He beats the count, but another right has Guerrero reeling and the fight is stopped. New NABF champion “Bad Boy” Brewer has 16 wins by KO/TKO and has lost only once, to Cuban Erislandy Lara, in his last eleven fights. Guerreo was moving down from middle where he was NABF champion and No 2 with the WBO. Navojoa, Mexico: Middle: Luis Ramon Campas (97-15-1) W TKO 5 Rogelio Medina (25-2). Very controversial as former IBF light middle champ Campas, 39, seems headed for defeat against the younger 22-year-old Medina who sweeps the first four rounds. A desperate “Yori Boy”, looking to be close to being stopped, lands one way below the belt. Medina somehow gets up but Campas jumps on him and the referee stops the fight and declares Campas the winner on a TKO. After all this is “Yori Boys” hometown! The decision is being reviewed by the local Commission. Avezzano, Italy: Feather: Gianpiero Contestabile (17-2) W PTS 12 Francisco Urena (15-5-1). Hometown fighter Contestabile wins vacant European Union title with unanimous verdict over Spaniard. Urena, 30, makes better start, but from the third the tall Italian dominates the fight with his jab and uppercuts. Contestabile seems to tire in ninth and slips to the floor twice on the wet canvas in the eleventh, but is back in control in the last. Scores 117-111 twice and 118-110. Third win in a row for Contestabile since stoppage defeat by Andreas Evensen in Manchester in 2009. Urena had won his last 7. Auckland, New Zealand: Light Heavy: Soulan Pownceby (18-0-1) W TKO 11 John Conway (11-2-1). New Zealander Pownceby, 36, makes successful third defence of his WBO Asia Pacific title, wins every round on his way to a late stoppage of 43-year-old Conway. Guadalajara, Mexico: Feather: Nery Saguilan (23-1) W KO 1 Genaro Garcia( 5-7-2). “Pantera” eases back with a quickie as he finishes Garcia with a hook to the body in the first. First win for Saguilan since his shock kayo loss to Edgar Riovalle in January. Oklahoma City, USA: Cruiser: Eric Fields (18-1) W PTS 8 Danny Batchelder (25-9-1). Despite making an out of shape Batchelder take the knee twice in the seventh round Fields, 29, has to settle for a wide points verdict. Scores 8-70 from all three judges. Seven wins in a row for Fields since his loss to Ola Afolabi in 2008. “Danny Boy” has lost 8 of his last 9 now. Vise, Belgium: Super Fly: Stephane Jamoye (21-3) W KO 8 Luis Singo (14-8-2). After some tough bouts Jamoye, 21, finds a win by moving down to super fly, as he kayos Ecuadorian in eight.
Tlajomulco de Zuniga, Mexico: Light Middle: Saul Alvarez (37-0-1) W TKO 12 Ryan Rhodes (45-5). Super Feather: Adrian Broner (21-0) W TKO 1 Jason Litzau (28-3). Feather: Sergio Villanueva (19-1-2) W PTS 12 Onalvi Sierra (21-5-1). Super Bantam: Horacio Garcia (15-0) W PTS 10 Arturo Camargo (31-19-2). Super Feather: Jose Manuel Osorio (23-2-5) W TKO 5 Alex Monterrosa (17-7-3). Super Middle: Marco Periban (14-0) W PTS 8 Alfredo Contreras (11-11-1). Bantam: Jesus Jimenez (32-7) W KO 3 Patricio Camacho (10-5-1). Super Feather: Gary Buckland (23-2) W PTS 6 Jose Gonzalez (3-10-2). Despite a brave effort by Rhodes, this was a one-sided bout with the work rate and the power in the brutal hooks, uppercuts and straight rights of the WBC champ Alvarez giving Rhodes no chance to get into the fight. Despite Rhodes switching constantly from orthodox to southpaw, Alvarez was busier and controlling the fight scoring heavily and shaking Rhodes on many occasions. Rhodes was down from a punch/slip in the fourth and had his right eye cut in the seventh. Alvarez seemed to take a breather in the ninth and tenth, but was back on the attack in the eleventh throwing hurtful shots to head and body. In the last round a big right had Rhodes in trouble and going back into the ropes, and with more shots coming in from Alvarez, the referee stopped the fight, just as Rhodes corner threw in the towel. Alvarez retains WBC title for first time and moves to 27 wins by KO/TKO. Rhodes, a former undefeated British and European champion, had won his last ten fights. Electrifying performance by “The Problem”. Broner start so defensively that there are whistles coming from the crowd. However, the Ohio prospect suddenly cuts loose, and a right hook knocks Litzau back into his own corner. Broner then thumps home a succession of hard rights and lefts and the referee steps in to save Litzau. The 21-year-old Broner who has 17 wins by KO/TKO and was fresh from a win over Daniel Ponce De Leon in March wins WBC USNBC title. The American Boy” Litzau, 27, protested the finish. He had beaten Rocky Juarez and Celestino Caballero. In his first real test and a tough battle “El Cuate” Villaneuva win unanimous decision over Colombian southpaw Sierra and collects the WBC Youth title. Both landed solid shots throughout, but the body punches of the still untested Villanueva gave him the edge. Scores 99-92, 98-92 and 96-94. “Violent” Garcia wins WBC Youth title with a clear decision over Camargo. Garcia scores a knockdown in the third but Camargo recovers to put pressure on Garcia, who manages to keep Camargo on the outside and wins a deserved decision. Garcia claims 20 wins, 17 by KO/TKO. Osorio dominates the fight and scores two knockdowns in the fifth, and Colombian Monterrosa does not answer the bell for the sixth. Osorio, who has lost only one of his last twelve, now has 16 wins by KO/TKO and collects interim WBC Youth. Prospect Periban pushed all the way by Contreras and has to settle for unanimous verdict on scores of 78-73 twice and 78-74. Southpaw “Destroyer” Jimenez on top all the way. Puts Camacho down with a body shot and then finishes him with a left to the chin. Brit Buckland wins unanimous verdict over modest Gonzalez. Toluca, Mexico: Fly: Giovanni Segura (28-1) W TKO 1 Eddy Zuniga (7-6-1). Light: Miguel Vazquez (29-3) W TKO 2 Marlon Aguilar (25-11-1). Light: Martin Honorio (31-6-1) W PTS 6 Sergio Perez (24-12). Welter: Daniel Sandoval (20-2) W TKO 1 Isaac Garcia. All too easy for Segura in this abysmal mis-match. Zuniga is down twice from body shots and the fight is stopped. Now 24 wins by KO/TKO for the WBA/WBO champion who is looking for fight with the winner of the WBO flyweight title fight between Julio Miranda and Brian Viloria. IBF light champ Vazquez, 24, has no trouble with overmatched Nicaraguan in a non-title ten. A body punch in the second ends it as Aguilar unable to continue. Former IBF feather title challenger Honorio marks time with a unanimous verdict over modest Perez. Sandoval 20, has Garcia in trouble early and referee has seen enough just after the two minute mark. All of Sandoval’s 20 wins have come by KO/TKO. Wigan, England: Middle: Martin Murray (23-0) W TKO 5 Nick Blackwell (8-1). Light: Anthony Crolla (21-2) W TKO 1 Herve De Luca (16-6-1). Feather: Joe Murray (11-0) W PTS 12 James Ancliffe (11-14-2). Murray, 28, retrains Commonwealth title and wins vacant British title. Following a quiet feel out first round Murray’s steps up the pace. He rocks Blackwell with an overhand right in the third. Blackwell was getting home with some counters, but another right in the fourth had him hurt and the referee checked his condition at the end of the round. English champion Blackwell, 20, gamely came out for the fifth, and had a little early success, but absorbed punishment for the rest of the round and retired. Body shots from British champ “Million Dollar” Crolla too much for Belgian who is floored three times. Crolla, 24, wins vacant WBA Inter-Continental title. “Genius” Murray,24, extends his winning record and collects the vacant IBF Youth title with a wide unanimous points verdict over game Ancliffe. Murray set a fast pace and late sub Ancliffe did not get into the fight until the middle rounds. Murray coasted the sixth and seventh, but then scored heavily with rights and fast combinations over the finishing stretch. Scores 120-109, 120-110 and 118-111. Halifax, Canada: Super Bantam: Tyson Cave (15-1) W PTS 10 Saturnino Nava (8-10). Super Bantam: Steve Cannell (7-4-3) W PTS 8 Antwan Robertson (6-6-1). Cave “The Prince of Hali” has difficulty making the weight for this battle of southpaws, but then dominates the fight against the ordinary Nava. Cave looks a bit ungainly at times, but punishes the Mexican over the late rounds. Scores 100-90 from all three judges and Cave retains his WBC Continental Americas title. Curiously, after his weight making trouble, Cave may now move down to bantamweight. Robertson tried for two rounds, causing bruising under both of Cannell’s eyes. However, once Cannell went to the body in the third, Robertson lost interest. Cannell was well on top with Robertson warned in the fifth to make more of an effort. Cannell wins on scores of 80-72 from all three judges. Montreal, Canada: Light Middle: Ali Nestor Charles (11-5-2) W KO 5 Edgar Ruiz (22-10-1). Super Feather: Arash Usmanee (14-0) W PTS 8 Sergio Escobar (14-12-2). Ruiz scores well in the first three rounds with a body attack, but southpaw Charles turns the fight around by flooring the veteran Mexican with a left uppercut. Ruiz survives but is floored again at the start of the fifth and takes the count on his knees. Charles wins vacant WBC Latino title and extends his unbeaten run to seven. Ruiz, 38, was kayoed in 84 seconds by Kevin Bizier. “Loco Lima” Escobar proves not to be so loco as the Argentinian uses a high guard and some speedy back tracking to take the aggressive Usmanee, 29, the distance. Usmanee wins on scores of 80-72 twice and 79-73. Ratigny, France: Cedric Vitu (32-1) W TKO 7 Kai Kauramaki (18-17). “Titi” Vitu wins vacant European Union title. The bigger Finn gives southpaw Vitu, 25, some problems in the early rounds, but Vitu takes the fight to Kauramaki and scores well with hooks and rights. A left hook in the third has Kauramaki cut by his right eye, and Vitu has him in trouble at the end of the sixth. A two-punch combination puts the Finn down in the seventh and although he beats the count, he is under pressure and showing damage around both eyes. When a right has him reeling the referee stops the fight. Now 14 wins by KO/TKO for the French champion and 14 wins in a row. The tall Finn put up a game show. He lost here to Gary Lockett, Darren McDermott and Anthony Small. Thourotte, France: Light Welter: Abdoulaye Soukouna (13-10-6) W PTS 10 Yvan Mendy (21-2-1). Soukouna, 31, shows he has the number of Mendy, 26, as he wins a unanimous verdict to retain his French title in his second defence. The two losses and a draw on the record of Mendy all come from fights with Soukouna. Soukouna lost here to Lee McAllister and Gavin Rees. Mendy beat Peter McDonagh last June. Mexico City, Mexico: Straw: Armando Torres (16-8) W TKO 8 Ivan Meneses (16-9-1). Torres wins as Meneses retires at the end of the eighth with a bad cut on his left eye brow. The 30-year-old Torres wins vacant NABA title. Torres is the nephew of former world flyweight champion German Torres. Binangonan, Philippines: Fly: Sonny Boy Jaro (33-10-5) W KO 4 Rey M Singwancha (14-15-2). Feather: Gabijan E Singwancha (22-24-4) W PTS 12 Vinvin Rufino (29-14-3) . Super Fly: Tampus M Singwancha (23-13-2) W TKO 4 Ruben Flores (9-14-3). Fighting in his hometown, Jaro makes it 22 by KO/TKO and wins interim IBF Pan Pacific title. Jaro has had two world title shots being beaten on points by Edgar Sosa for the WBC title in 2008 and wiped-out in 65 seconds by Giovani Segura for the WBA title in 2009. Upset sees Gabijan take a razor-thin split verdict over southpaw and former undefeated National champion Rufino. Scores 115-112, 114-113 and 112-114. Marvin Tampus easily handles Flores and referee stops fight in fourth. London, England: Feather: Choi Tseveenpurev (31-5) W PTS 10 Jackson Asiku (26-5). Light Welter: Dave Ryan (12-4) W DISQ 1 Darren Hamilton (8-2). Light Middle: Steve O’Meara (13-2) W PTS 8 A.A. Lowe (8-6). A Mongolian and a Ugandan put on a great fight in London. This one had fireworks from the first bell with both fighters trying to establish authority. It was a mixture of toe-to-toe and fast, accurate punches throughout. Choi, 39, has only one gear-forward- and Asiku had all he could do to contain the sustained attacks of the Mongolian. Choi floored Asiku, 32, with a right in the seventh. The Aussie-based Ugandan survived but Choi had the ascendancy and finished strongly to win on the referee’s score of 98-93, but both fighters were winners in a great fight. Former undefeated WBFoundation champ Choi has only lost once since 2004, and that was in the Prizefighter tournament. Former Commonwealth and IBO champion Asiku, who is based in Australia, has also lost only once since 2004, and that was a defence of his IBO title against Mexican Jhonny Gonzalez last September. He had looked good in halting Marc Callaghan and Jamie McKeever, each inside a round here. The British Masters title fight between Ryan and Hamilton ended in a first round disqualification when a butt from Hamilton opened a bad cut over Ryan’s left eye. O’Meara and Lowe staged a good battle with both fighters having their moments of ascendancy. O’Meara pulled-away over the late rounds but Lowe did much better than the 80-74 score suggests. Parananque City, Philippines: Light Middle: Marlon Alta (6-2) W TKO 12 Ben Fontines (5-2). Alta wins vacant Philippines title with late stoppage of Fontines. A give-and-take battle most of the way with Fontines establishing and early lead and forcing Alta to fight on the retreat. As Fontines tires Alta evens the scores by the end of the eleventh. Suddenly Fontines came apart and Alta bombarded him with unanswered punches until the referee stopped the fight. Muted celebrations for Alta’s win as Fontines is rushed to hospital but recovers. Managua, Nicaragua: Super Fly: Henry Maldonado (12-1,1ND) W TKO 10 Darwin Zamora (18-6-1,1ND). Light: Gonzalo Munguia (18-8-2) W TKO 4 Luis Garcia (5-7-2). Maldonado in control in this one against a negative Zamora. Half way through the last round a right from Maldonado has Zamora badly rocked and the referee steps in. Maldonado wins vacant Nicaraguan title. These two fought a No Decision in October. Easy for former WBO super feather challenger Munguia. He floors Garcia twice in the third, and a knockdown in the fourth sees the fight stopped. Tuscaloosa, USA:Heavy: Deontay Wilder (17-0) W KO 2 Damon Reed (46-16). More rubbish in Wilder’s “lean nothing” build-up. The Olympic bronze medalist scores easily on veteran Reed in the first. In the second Reed is on the ropes absorbing left jabs and hooks when he decides to taunt Wilder, dropping his hands and inviting Wilder to do his best. A straight right puts Reed down and out. The 6’7” “Bronze Bomber” has won all of his fights by KO/TKO but the opposition has been pitiful. The 29-year-old Reed was giving away 7” in height, and back in 1998 he lasted just 52 seconds in a challenge to Herbie Hide for the WBO title. Additional Commonwealth Results: (All Commonwealth fighters)
Kingston, Jamaica: Rikardo Smith (5-0) W PTS 6 Tony Osbourne (8-34-1).
Glasgow, Scotland: Gary McMillan (12-2-1) W TKO 7 Martin King (2-9).McMillan retains British Masters title.
Fortitude Valley, Australia: Matt Powell (12-7-2) W PTS 6 Kongthawat Sorkitti (47-40-1) Dandeong, Australia: Cruiser: Jamie Bogovic (5-1) W KO 1 Temo Kolitapa (2-5-2). Bogovic wins WBFoundation Asia Pacific title. Montreal, Canada: Light: Tony Louis (12-0) W TKO 4 Miguel Lombardo (15-11-1). Accra, Ghana: Light Middle: Obodai Sai (15-0) W TEC DEC 7 Joseph Lamptey (10-4-1). Super Feather: Prince Ofotsu (8-2) W PTS 12 Odalai Lamptey (3-6). Super Bantam: Ray Commey (4-2) W PTS 12 Ryzak Netty (5-3). Middle: Thomas Awinbono (15-4-1) W KO 5 Issaka Ali (0-4). Light: Samuel Kotey Neequaye (9-0) W TKO 3 Dan Tindana (0-8). Welter: Dodzi Kemeh (4-0) W TKO 2 Isaac Amponsah (0-4). Super Feather Rafael Mensah (9-0) W TKO 7 Dan Quartey (0-6). Light Middle: Theo Tetteh (11-6-2) W TKO 3 Ed Brew (0-7). Super Fly: Isaac Quaye (16-4-1) W PTS 6 Alfred Quaye (1-20). Sai wins vacant Commonwealth title. Commey and Ofotsu win vacant Ghanaian titles. Manzese, Tanzania: Bantam: Shabani Kilumbelumbe (9-3-1) W PTS 6 Anthony Mathias (29-20-2).
Newark, USA: Middle: Ossie Duran (26-8-2) W TKO 10 Latif Mundy (10-3,1ND). Constant pressure and a strong body attack from 34-year-old Duran slowly wears down the elusive Mundy. After landing a hard right in the tenth, Duran has Mundy hurt and pinned in a corner when the referee stops the fight. Good win for former Commonwealth welter and light middle champion from Ghana, who wins USBA Atlantic Coast title. Mundy better than his record suggests.
Les Pennes-Mirabeau, FranceLight Heavy: Nadjib Mohammedi (24-2) W PTS 12 George Tedorashvili (7-5-2). Middle: Jimmy Colas (30-7) W PTS 8 George Ungizade (15-9). Routine points win for 26-year-old Mohammedi in one-paced, boring fight. EBU No 8 Mohammedi, who gave WBO champ Nat Cleverly a tough fight in December, wins vacant WBFederation Inter-Continental title. As usual for Georgians, Tedorashvili, 25, has fought outside Georgia five times, and lost five times. Haitian-born Colas, 31, a former French and European Union champion, has no trouble winning every round against Ungizade. Georgian was beaten in seven rounds by Michael Jennings in 2008
Southport, Australia Heavy: Kali Meehan (37-4) W TKO 1 Mike Kirby (9-3-2). Easy for Meehan. As he had promised, Kirby came out throwing punches and forcing Meehan to back up. The 41-year-old, 6’5” tall, Fijian-born Meehan bided his time and then landed a succession of head punches that had “Iron Rhino” Kirby in a bad way, and the referee stopped the fight after just 63 seconds. Now 31 wins by KO/TKO for Meehan, who lost a split verdict to Lamon Brewster for the WBO title in 2004. His other losses have been to Ruslan Chagaev, Hasim Rahman and a first round blow-out by Danny Williams for the Commonwealth title in 2001. With the gap in experience and ability this was a very poor match. Temecula, USA Light: John Molina (23-1) W TKO 5 Robert Frankel (28-11-1). Light Welter: Mauricio Herrera (18-1) W PTS 10 Mike Dallas Jr (17-2-1). Molina makes it six wins in a row, all inside the distance as Frankel is stopped at the end of the fifth due a closed right eye a cut above the left eye and other facial cuts. Frankel dangerous early, but once Molina opened the cut and bruised up Frankel’s face the end was inevitable. The injuries kept getting worse and after a Doctor’s inspection the fight was called-off at the end of the fifth. IBF and WBO No 8, Molina, 28, now has 19 wins by KO/TKO the last five in a row since losing to Martin Honorio in 2009. Denver’s Frankel, 31 had lost a majority verdict to former WBC light champion David Diaz in January. Herrera taking the fight to Dallas and scoring well in the early rounds. Dallas, gets more aggressive in the latter part of the fight to try to claw back the deficit and looks to have done enough, but just loses out on majority points decision Scores 98-92, 96-94 and 95-95. Herrera, 31, retains IBF North American title he won by beating Ruslan Provodnikov in January. Dallas, 24, has now lost two in a row, including stoppage loss to Josesito Lopez in January, so badly needs a win. Frisco, USAMiddle: James Kirkland (28-1) W KO 1 Dennis Sharpe (17-8-3). Middle: Brain Vera (19-5) W KO 8 Eloy Suarez (11-12-1,1ND). Southpaw Kirkland bounces back from first pro loss and floors Sharpe early in the first and continues the barrage to put Sharpe down again for the count. Now 25 wins by KO/TKO for Kirkland, but the 112 second blowout loss to Nobuhiro Ishida leaves a big question mark over the Texan. Sharpe, 36, is without a win in his last ten fights. Vera, 29, gets win over plucky Suarez. Vera always coming forward scoring well with left hooks. Suarez reduced to countering when he can Signs of battle of the face of 37-year-old Suarez bring a Doctor’s examination in the sixth, but the fight allowed to continue. A left to the body in the last puts Suarez down for the count. Vera is 4-4 is his last eight bouts but the other three wins were over Andy Lee, Sebastien Demers and Sergio Mora. Suarez is without a win in his last nine now Caseros, ArgentinaGumersindo Carrasco (14-0,1ND) W PTS 10 Jose Pombo (9-8,1ND). “Pit Bull” wins but not pretty. Carrasco, 24, fights his typical walk-in style. He is too strong for the smaller Pombo, but never really has him in trouble. Both fighters’ guilty of transgressions with Carrasco deducted a point in the last. Carracso wins on scores of 98-92, 97 ½ -93 ½ and 95-94. These two fought a no decision in April due to a cut from a clash of heads. Edmonton, Canada: Heavy: Ty Fields (48-4) W TKO 3 Dave Whittom (11-16-1). The 6’8” tall Fields makes it 42 wins by KO/TKO as he halts 32-year-old Whittom. Fields lost in one round to Mike Perez in the recent Prizefighter tournament. Whittom has lost ten of his last eleven, which says it all. Mississauga, CanadaLight: Logan McGuinness (15-0-1) W PTS 10 Daniel Ruiz (22-3-1). Tough fight for McGuinness. After a quiet first round, he takes a lead, scoring well with his jab and body shots on the inside. Over the later rounds Ruiz is in the ascendancy rocking McGuinness, 23, with counter rights in the eighth and having him in serious trouble in the last. Majority decision goes to Canadian. Scores 96-94 twice and 95-95. Second defence of his NABA title for McGuinness. Ruiz was unbeaten in five coming into the bout. Lyon, FranceSuper Bantam: Arsen Martirosyan (18-4) W KO 4 Franklin Teran (30-5-1). “The Little Bull of Yerevan” Martirosyan, 34, faced a tough battle on paper, but a right in the fourth saw him kayo Colombian-born Teran. Armenian Martirosyan, fighting under a French license, is rated No 2 by the EBU. He has had two shots at the European title, losing a close decision to Rendall Munroe, and being outpointed by Kiki Martinez. Teran, 30, is based in Spain, and this was only his second loss in his last 23 fights. Toulon, France Super Bantam: Jeremy Parodi (31-1-1) W PTS 10 Sergio Gomez (16-8). EBU No 5 Parodi pleases hometown fans with wide points win over modest Nicaraguan. Scores 99-92 from all three judges. Third win for Parodi since loss to Martirosyan in May 2010. Georgetown, Guyana Light: Revlon Lake (5-5-2) W KO 11 Mark Adams: (5-2-1). This was a breeze for 20-year-old Adams, as long as he boxed and did not mix it with Lake. Unfortunately he forgot this in the tenth round and was nailed with a hard right and rocked. The eleventh saw Adams storm out of his corner only to be met with a left and two rights which put him down for the count. Adams was taken to hospital for observation. Lake, 32, who had lost his last three fights, including a points loss to Adams, wins vacant Guyanese title Ontario, USALight Welter: Jose Reynoso (15-3-1) W PTS 8 Esteban Almaraz (10-4). Not the most exciting of bouts as southpaw Reynosa plays it safe using his jab and movement to stay in front and the aggressive Almaraz just not busy enough. Mexican Reynosa, 26 wins majority verdict on scores of 78-74, 77-75 and 76-76 and is unbeaten in his last six. Miami, USA Light Welter: Javier Castro (25-4) W TKO 2 Jesus Pabon (17-2). Light Heavy: Sullivan Barrera (8-0) W TKO 2 Frank Paines (11-2). Mexican Castro upsets the odds with a win over WBO No 9 Pabon. The 31-year-old Puerto Rican southpaw just about edged the first round, but then a flurry of punches from 27-year-old Castro put Pabon down, and when he got up the referee stopped the fight. Castro had lost his last two fights so needed a win. Cuban Barrera won the vacant WBO Latino and WBA Fedlatin titles as he crushed poor Paines. Barrera floored Paines in the first and again in the second and the fight was stopped. Six wins by KO/TKO for Barrera, 29. Paines had taken Yordanis Despaigne the full ten rounds when losing in August. El Paso, USA Heavy: David Rodriguez (35-0) W KO 3 Owen Beck (29-7). Super Middle: David Medina (23-2) W TKO 6 Juan Astorga (15-7-1,1ND). Rodriguez finally takes on someone who can fight, or at least could fight. In front of his hometown the 33-year-old takes the first round against 35-year-old Beck. Second round fairly even, but then a left hook puts the Jamaican out cold. Now 33 wins by KO/TKO for Rodriguez. This only his second fight in 15 months, and he wins vacant WBC Fecombox title. Now five losses in a row for WBA title challenger Beck, all by KO/TKO. “Strictly Business” Medina, 32, always too good for Astorga. Slowly breaks fellow Texan down before flooring him in the sixth. Astorga just makes it back to his feet, but is being punished when the referee stops the fight. Nine wins in a row for Medina. Astorga has lost 4 of his last 5. June 25 Cologne, Germany Middle: Felix Sturm (36-2-1) W PTS 12 Matthew Macklin (28-3). Heavy: Manuel Charr (18-0) W TKO 7 Danny Williams (43-10). Macklin makes a good start coming forward and scoring well to the body as he forces Sturm to fight on the defensive. Sturm does not really get untracked until the end of the fourth. Macklin was still the busier and landing more punches. Sturm was picking his spots, but did not seem to be doing enough. Sturm scoring better through rounds six to eight. The ninth was a better round for Macklin, but Sturm staged a strong finish. The split decision for Sturm on scores of 116-112 twice and 113-115 was not universally popular and reportedly German TV had Macklin winning by four points. Sturm, 32, has said he will give Macklin a return. Eleventh defence during his second reign as WBA champion for Sturm, and one of his toughest. Birmingham’s “Mack The Knife” may have set too fast a pace over the early rounds but looked to deserve at least a draw. Charr, 26, beat 37-year-old Williams but stoppage seemed premature. As long as Williams stayed in the centre of the ring he was able to score with jabs and left hooks to the body. However in every round Charr would walk Williams back to the ropes and unleash barrages of short hooks. Beirut-born “Diamond Boy” Charr was cut by the right eye and on the left cheek in the third but kept up the pressure. In a remarkable sequence in the seventh Williams walked forward and must have thrown about 40 unanswered punches with Charr just beckoning him on. Charr then launched his own barrage and although Williams was retreating and taking some punches, he was on his feet and covering up and there seemed no reason for the referee to stop the fight then, but he did. Eleven wins by KO/TKO Charr, but he seemed strong but one-paced. Williams halted Mike Tyson back in 2004 and lost to Vitali Klitschko for the WBNC title the same year. St: Charles, USA: Light Heavy: Tavoris Cloud (23-0) W TKO 8 Yusaf Mack (29-4-2). Light Middle: Cornelius Bundrage (31-4,1ND) W PTS 12 Sechew Powell (26-3). Light Welter: Devon Alexander (22-1) W PTS 10 Lucas Matthysse (28-2,1ND). Heavy: Bermane Stiverne (21-1-1) W TKO 10 Ray Austin (28-6-4).). Middle: Cory Spinks (38-6) W PTS 10 Shakir Ashanti (16-11). Middle: Nelson Linares (20-0-1) W PTS 8 Jose Spearman (28-17-5). Cruiser: Ryan Coyne (17-0,1ND) W PTS 12 David McNemar (13-1). Cruiser: Valery Brudov (39-3) W TKO 2 Jim Fanklin (9-15-2). Light Welter: Yuri Ramanau (22-2) W TKO 5 Darien Ford ( ). Successful third defence of his IBF title for 29-year-old Cloud. Mack takes two of the first three rounds. However Cloud just keeps coming and his pressure slowly wares down Mack. In the eighth Cloud scores with left hook knocking Mack into the corner and quickly follows with a right to the head. Further punches follow as Mack is falling along the ropes and he finishes over the bottom rope. Mack, 31, beats the count, but is on shaky legs and the referee stops the fight. Cloud won the vacant title in 2009 by beating Clinton Woods. Although Mack was rated No 1 by the IBF that rating flattered him. “K9” Bundrage made one of his rare ring appearances and had too much skill and tactical ability for Powell. Bundrage busier and scoring with cleaner punches but Powell, 32, hitting harder, but less frequently. Strange scoring as two judges see Bundrage, 38, winning on scores of 119-110 and 117-111 but the third has it 115-113! Trained by Manny Steward, Bundrage had only one fight in 2009 and one in 2010, so this was only his third fight in two years. He gained revenge for a loss to southpaw Powell in 2005 when he was stopped in just 22 seconds! This was only the third fight in almost three years for Powell. In a good action fight, southpaw Alexander, 24, mixes it too much early with the dangerous Argentinian and pays for it as in the fourth he is knocked down for the first time in his career by a hard right. From then on he tries to keep the fight at long range and use his skills against Matthysse. The aggression of Matthysse, 28, sees him racking up the points. He scores heavily in the seventh and looks to have clearly won the last and the verdict. Alexander, fighting in his home town, wins controversial split verdict in this WBO eliminator on scores of 96-93, 95-94 and 93-96. First win for Alexander since losing his unification match against Tim Bradley in January. Matthysse, the WBO No 2 also lost a controversial split verdict to Zab Judah in November. Big win for Haitian-born Canadian Stiverne. After three fairly even rounds Austin takes 4thy 5ht and 6th. Stiverne gets back into it in next two rounds, but Austin is ahead going into the tenth. Austin ducks under a left hook from Stiverne but gets caught with a cuffing blow to the top of the head and goes down. Austin gets up at nine, but is on unsteady legs and the referee stops the fight. The 32-year-old “B-WARE” Stiverne, who has 20 wins by KO/TKO, wins the vacant WBC Silver belt title and is now in line to challenge Vitali Klitschko. Austin, 40, somehow rated No 4 by the WBC, lost in two rounds to Wladimir Klitschko for the IBF title 2007. Terrible “match” see Spinks ease himself back by beating up on poor 42-year-old Ashanti. First fight for 33-year-old southpaw Spinks since losing his IBF light middle title to Bundrage last August and he takes every round. Scores 100-90 from all three judges Ashanti, lost to Anthony Farnell in two rounds in 2001. Linares. The elder brother of Jorge Linares, given the perfect workout by experienced In his first fight for 20 months the 28-year-old Venezuelan quickly got back into the old routine scoring well with fast jabs and combinations. Takes the early rounds but Spearman, 41, is still there at the end to play his part in a shoot out at the finish. Scores 79-73 twice and 78-74. “The Irish Outlaw “Coyne makes heavy work of beating novice McNemar and has to go all the way to get a close unanimous verdict on scores of 116-112 twice and 115-113. Coyne was to have fought Guillermo Jones for the WBA title but Jones pulled out with an injury. Coyne, 28 retains WBCUSNBC title and wins vacant WBA Fedlatin, but what McNemar, in his first fight since November 2007, was doing fighting for a title over twelve rounds only the local Commission and the WBC/WBA know. Russian Brudov, 34, in his first fight since loss to Guillermo Jones for the WBA title last October, wins another mismatch. Brudov, who was WBA interim champion, floors Franklin twice in the first and two left hooks in the second have Franklin reeling and the fight is halted. Franklin only one win in his last ten fights. Former undefeated European lightweight champion Ramanau (Romanov) shakes his ring rust in another poor match. He floors Ford in second and three more times in the fifth to force the stoppage. First fight for Belarus fighter since beating Jon Thaxton in a European title defence in April 2008. Cozumel, Mexico: Light: Humberto Soto (56-7-2,1ND) W TEC DEC 11 Motoki Sasaki (36-9-1). Light Welter: Roberto Ortiz (20-0-1) W TKO 4 Antonio Lozada Jr (23-1). Super Fly: Julio Ceja (15-0) W TKO 3 Cesar Gandara (14-2). Soto retains WBC title for fourth time on a technical decision after he slipped to the canvas and hurt his right knee and could not continue. Soto was in front on all cards by 99-89 twice and100-88. “La Zorrita” took control from the second, and even this early Sasaki was given a warning for use of the head, and he emerged from the round with a small cut on his right eyebrow. Soto was down in the third, but from a push so no count. In the fifth a right from Soto put Sasaki down, but the challenger was able to get up and fight on. Sasaki took more punishment in the seventh and came out with the cut on the left eyebrow much worse. The challenger had a better ninth but finally lost a point in the tenth for use careless use of his head. The end came in the eleventh when Soto slipped on a wet spot on the canvas when avoiding a lunge from Sasaki, and injured his right knee. Twelve wins in a row for 31-year-old Soto. Sasaki had lost a wide decision when challenging Viacheslav Senchenko for the WBA secondary title in 2009. Minor upset in a major war as Ortiz halts highly touted Lozada. Ortiz floors the much taller Lozada in the first and again in the second. Lozada fights back and floors Ortiz in the third. The third sees Ortiz well on top and after he floors Lozada twice more in the fourth the fight is stopped. No way was this going to go the distance. Ortiz has 18 wins by KO/TKO the last twelve in a row. Lozada, 21, had won 20 by KO/TKO. Ortiz wins WBC Silver Belt. Prospect Ceja again shows his punching powers as he floors Gandara three times and halts him in three rounds to win the WBC Fecarbox title. Culiacan, Mexico: Super Bantam: Fernando Montiel (45-3-2) W TKO 3 Nehomar Cermeno (20-4). Super Feather: Mahonri Montes (22-0-1) W PTS 10 Hector Velazquez (51-16-2,1ND). Showing no ill effects from his crushing loss to Nonito Donaire in February, Montiel, 32, again displayed the punching power that has brought him 35 wins by KO/TKO, and becomes the first to beat Venezuelan Cermeno, 31, inside the distance. A body shot in the second put Cermeno down and he was still feeling the effects of it when the bell went for the third and he retired in his corner. All of Cermeno’s previous losses have been split decision, including two against Anselmo Moreno for the WBA bantam title. Young “Russita” Montes, 21, takes a big step up in class and shows impressive maturity in beating veteran Velazquez. Fights too much on the inside in the early rounds but then uses his height and reach advantages to keep Velazquez, 36, on the outside over the late rounds. Wins on scores of 97-93, 97-94 and 96-93. Velasquez has had two WBC title shots, losing to Vitali Tajbert for the super feather title and Edwin Valero for the light title. Accra, Ghana: Light Heavy: Brahim Kamoko (22-0) W PTS 12 Vikapita Meroro (20-3). For two rounds this was an open fight. However after being shaken by some hard punches by 30-year-old Kamoko, Namibian Meroro went on the defensive and used his skills to keep in the fight. The crowd did not like his holding, but Kamoko could not pin him down. Kamoko wins on scores of 118-109, 116-110 and 115-113 and collects the WBO African title. Former champion Meroro has never lost inside the distance Rome, Italy: Welter: Daniele Petrucci (28-0-2) TEC DRAW 8 Leonard Bundu (24-0-2). Disappointing outcome for an excellent fight for the vacant European title, which drew a crowd of over 10,000. Roman Petrucci, 30, takes the first couple of rounds scoring well with his left jab over the southpaw right of Bundu. A clash of heads in the second sees a lump on Bundu’s head, which is to prove important. Petrucci staggers Bundu with a right in the third, but from then on the Sierra Leone-born Bundu gets inside and scores well with short hooks to the body. Fight is in the balance, but the lump on Bundu’s head has worsened and the Doctor advises that the fight be stopped. Scores 66-66 twice and 66-65 for Bundu. Both of Petrucci’s draws have been of the technical nature. Bundu is a former undefeated European Union and Italian champion. Ciudad Del Carmen, Mexico: Super Bantam: Victor Terrazas (30-2-1) W TKO 3 Feider Viloria (24-9-1,1ND). Super Fly: Jose Salgado (25-1) W KO 4 German Meraz (32-19-1, 1 ND). Light Welter: Pablo Cesar Cano (22-0-1) W TKO 6 Pablo Lugo (20-5). A bombs away battle with the Viking coming out on top. Terrazas forcing the pace and scoring heavily in the first, Viloria was forced into some heavy exchanges to stem the tide. In the third a right unhinged Viloria’s legs and he was helpless on the ropes when the fight was stopped. Fifth win for WBA No 2 Terrazas, 28, since his stoppage loss to Rendall Munroe in May last year. Colombian Viloria lost to Roman Martinez for the WBO title in 2009 and has won only three of his last ten fights. WBC No 14 “Sugar “Salgado kayos late sub Meraz to retain his NABF title. Salgado has won 22 by KO/TKO. An upset looked possible when WBC No 13 Cano was floored in the first. However, he rallied to take control and floored Lugo heavily in the sixth to bring the stoppage. Now 17 by KO/TKO for 21-year-old "El Demoleder” who wins WBA Fedelatin title. It is the first time that Lugo has lost inside the distance. Mexico City, Mexico: Feather: Robinson Castellanos (12-9) W TKO 6 Sergio Estrela (11-6-2). Straw: Jose Alfredo Zuniga W TKO 1 Ricardo Armenta (14-10-1). Castellanos hands out a brutal beating to Argentinian Estrela. The WBC No 6 takes the first round and has Estrela hurt in the second with only the bell saving the Argentinian. The punishment continued with Estrela showing guts to hang in there. A barrage of punches from both hands by Castellanos ended the fight in the sixth. The 29-year-old Castellanos won only three of his first nine fights, but has now won seven of his last eight, and retains the WBC Silver title. “Little Devil” Zuniga floors Armenta three times and it is all over in 109 seconds. Zuniga retains WBC Continental Americas title and claims an 18-3 record with ten wins by KO/TKO. Tubod, Philippines: Super Fly: Marlon Tapales (18-1) W KO 4 Yodpichai. “D Bulldozer” Tapales, still only 19, made it eleven wins in a row as he kayoed unknown Thai in four rounds. Rzeszow, Poland: Light Heavy: Dawid Kostecki (37-1) W PTS 10 Lolenga Mock (30-13-1): Heavy: Andrzej Wawrzyk (22-0) W TKO 1 Andreas Sidon (36-11,1ND). Light Middle: Damian Jonak (30-0-1) W KO 1 Mamdou Thiam (47-10). “Gypsy” Kostecki rated No 4 by both the IBF and WBC shows good skills in handling the EU super middle champion Mock. “Lumumba Boy” Mock, born in the DCR but living in Demark, 39, dangerous with his right and floors Kostecki in the ninth, but Kostecki, 29, not really shaken and takes control again. He retains WBC Baltic title with scores 97-92 twice 99-91. Kostecki reportedly broke his left hand in the second round. First rubbish match sees 23-year-old Wawrzyk halt 48-year-olod German Sidon in less than three minutes. Wawrzyk easily finds his way through Sidon’s guard. A right cross puts Sidon down and although he beats the count he is in no condition to continue. The 6’5” tall EBU No 3 needs better matches than this. Second rubbish match sees Jonak stop Thiam in the first round. A right to the head had Thiam's legs wobbling badly and another volley puts him down. He just beats the count and tries to fire back, but another heavy right puts him down and he is counted out. Easy night for EBU No 6 Jonak. The 39-year-old Thiam, who fought Felix Trinidad for the WBA title in 2000, looked even older than his years as he pushed out slow punches and had no punch resistance; he should hang his gloves up. Pala, USA: Welter: Dashon Johnson (13-4-3) W PTS 8 Bernardo Guereca (16-11-1). “Fly Boy” Johnson, 23, gets needed win after losing two of his last three. Floors 38-year-old Mexican in the first couple more occasions. The switch-hitting Guereca comes back into the fight in the late rounds, but it is too little too late. Guereca has now lost 6 of his last 7. Decatur, USA: Heavy: Kevin Johnson (24-1-1) W KO 1 Harold Sconiers (`7-23-2). Johnson continues his rebuilding with first round blow out of late sub Sconiers. Philadelphia, USA: Welter: Mike Jones (25-0) W TKO 2 Raul Munoz (22-14-1). Predictable early win for MJ. Munoz takes the fight to Jones ion the first round with Jones content to counter with jabs and hooks to the body. Munoz is still coming forward in the second when he is rocked with volley and put down by an overhand right to the chin. Munoz is staggering to his feet as the referee calls it off. Munoz Jones cuts loose in the second, hurting Munoz with body shots ands then flooring with a right. Munoz, 35, gets up, but is in no condition to continue .Now 18 wins by KO/TKO for Jones who is rated No 1 by the WBO. Ninth loss by KO/TKO for overmatched Munoz. East London, South Africa: Bantam: Phumzile Matyhila (18-1-2) W TKO 9 Cleutus Mbele (10-3-2). “Sweet Chocolate” Matyhila, 35, retains South African title as he wears down and then halts challenger Mbele. Southpaw Mbele gets a good start, but the harder right hand punching and experience of Matyhila slowly takes the fight away from Mbele. Finally in the ninth Mbele is dropped and the fight is stopped. Second defence of title for Matyhila a Commonwealth Games bronze medalist in 1998who also competed at the 2000 Olympics and 2002 Commonwealth Games, all at 48kgs. Ostrowiec Swietokrzyski, Poland: Light Heavy: Dariusz Sek (12-0-1) W PTS 10 Sandro Siproshvili (24-9). Cruiser: Mateusz Masternak (23-0) W TKO 7 Arturs Kuilikauyskis (7-9-2). Not a noted puncher, Sek, who competed at the 2007 World championships, uses his speed and good tactical ability to keep this fight on the outside. Floors Georgian in the last and wins wide points verdict. Scores 99-90, 98-92 and 97-92. Masternak takes his time and dishes out heavy punishment to Latvian southpaw. Masternak brings the curtain down in the seventh with yet another heavy barrage which sees the referee stop the fight. Now 17 wins by KO/TKO for Masternak, but Latvian without a win in his last seven.
Additional Commonwealth Results- All Commonwealth boxers except for Chilean Bravo
Accra, Ghana: Maxwell Awuku (23-2-1) W TKO 3 Taofik Bisuga (11-3). Bantam: Emmanuel Quartey (5-0) W TKO 4 Aminu Turkson (0-28). Light Welter: Richard Commey (5-0) W TKO 3 Zakaria Salifu (1-7). Super Feather: Osumanu Akaba (24-5-1) W KO 3 William Commey (0-12). Light Welter: Ebenezer Lantei Lamptey (17-1) W TKO 7 Atta Kofi (0-3. Light Heavy: Ayitey Powers (16-16-1) W TKO 4 Ed Ghartey (0-8). Super Fly: Yaqub Kareem (6-1-1) W PTS 8 Joe Cudjoe (0-3). Peter Trycky Commey (2-5) W PTS 8 Osumanu Saidu (0-5) . Former Commonwealth title challenger Awuku floors Nigerian in each round and wins vacant WBO African title. Records of the losers in the eight round fights: 1 win, 66 losses!! Georgetown, Guyana: Middle: Joel McRae (8-1-1) W PTS 5 Denny Dalton (16-11-1). Dalton once beat former WBA welter champion Andrew Lewis, but has now lost his last five fights.
Accra Ghana: Super Feather: Emmanuel Tagoe (18-1) W PTS 12 Oscar Bravo (18-3). Tagoe wins vacant IBF Inter-Continental title on scores of 120-109, 120-110 and 118-110. Bravo’s record is deceptive. Three fights outside Chile-3 losses. In a fight for the IBF Inter-Continental title welter Joshua Okine (22-4-1)beat South African Sikhulule Sidzumo (18-4-4) who disqualified for hitting Okine low four times-don’t know the round. Welter Patrick Allotey and Sam Amoako also had wins over Nigerian opponents, but no details. Fred Lawson (5-0) light welter beat Kofi Manu (6-6) by TKO. No round. Lawson represented Ghana at the 2007 World championships and is a good prospect. Morogoro, Tanzania: Middle: Francis Cheka (22-6-1) W PTS 10 Daniel Wanyonyi (8-5-2). Scores 100-93 twice and 100-95. Cheka unbeaten in eight. He lost here to Paul Smith, Geard Ajectovic and Matthew Macklin. Wanyonyi was unbeaten in his last seven. Dar-Es-Salaam, Tanzania : Feather: Francis Miyeyusho (30-9-2) W TKO 6 Hamis Ajali (9-4-1). East London, South Africa: Super Bantam: Sivwe Hasheni (8-4) W PTS 8 Nkqubela Gwazela (19-9). Hasheni takes split decision over former South African bantam champion. Bedworth, England: Cruiser: Shane McPhilbin (6-2) W TKO 3 Rhys Davies (5-1-1). McPhilbin wins vacant Midlands Area title. Sheffield, England: Light Heavyweight: Robin Reid (41-7-1) W TKO 4 Wayne Reed (6-3). Now 40, former WBC super middle champion Reid continues his comeback.