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Old 12-22-2008, 05:49 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Infinity Boxing Association - Universe

I'm making the leap into a universe separate from the tourneys I've been running....lol

Announcing the Infinity Boxing Association.

I'm starting things off with all active fighters in the origional 8 weight classes.

I've moved all the "junior" weight classes up to the next class, and have moved Cruiser Weights down to the LHW division. Straw's are also moved up to FlyWeight's along with the Jr. Flyweights.

I will start the Universe in 2010, fighting random fights on a monthly basis for a 5 year period to set up seedings. At the end of 2014 there will be a 16 fighter tournament for each weight class. I'm also using the default ratings as provided with the game. Each champion must make 4 defenses per year including one manditory against the #1 challenger. If a fighter is inactive for more than 6 months, he will be dropped to #101 in the rankings as only active fighters deserve to be ranked.

Also, every 5 years, starting from 2015 I will introduce 10% of the retired fighter pool. so that by by the year 2060 all Fighters in the database will be involved. After a fighter has fought for 15 years, or 100 fights he will be retired, as I won't be using the aging feature for my first effort, as I'm not knowledgeable on that yet, and this being my first effort it's somewhat of an experiment as well as a learning experience........lol


All tournament, elimination fights and regional title fights shall be 12 rounds, all World Title fights shall be 15 rounds.

At this time there will only be the IBA as the governing body for all of boxing, as I abhor the alphabet soup our sport has become....lol


I will use the 10 point must system, a fighter cannot be saved by the bell with the exception of the final round. Also will use the manditory 8 count as well as the 3 knockdown rule to protect fighters from undue harm.

I will also be setting up regional titles as well, to be announced in a day or 2 once everything's set up.


More as I think of it, also if ya'll have suggestions, as I am new to this, feel free to chime in!

John "Infinity" Fehner

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Old 12-22-2008, 10:32 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Cant wait to see what you come out with Infinity, you know what your doing. Is this going to include certain rivalries etc? stories and stuff?
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Old 12-22-2008, 10:59 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Rivalries, yes but not the ones we're all used to....Any rivalries will be ones that come out of actual fight results as it grows. As for the articles, I'm not sure how well I'd do with those, so am thinking about that still. I take care of my invalid mother, so sometimes don't have enough time to put into things that I'd like. The writeups I've done thus far have been on the fly to be honest...lol
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Old 12-23-2008, 04:55 PM   #4 (permalink)
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IBA To Recieve Financial Backing


The Infinity Boxing Association has entered into an agreement with Frump Enterprises today. Donald Frump, the real estate magnate has decided to make an attempt at reforming boxing, and has decided that the IBA is the best organization for the job.

"The Donald" as he's known, along with John "Infinity" Fehner released the following goals for the organization:
  1. The key to turning boxing around and bringing it back to the main stream is the fighters themselves.
  2. All boxers deserve full medical insurance, retirement benefits, financial coaching, reasonable pay at ALL levels of the sport, and an unbiased ratings system.
  3. A good sports organization needs a marketing plan, and personalities to sell the product. To this end, A known marketing specialist shall be hired, with the announcement to be made soon.
  4. All promoters involved with the IBA will be individuals that put the health and well being of the fighters, and the needs of the sport ahead of their greed. Negotiations are currently in the works at the time of this announcement, and will be made public as they are completed.
  5. The ratings system for the IBA will be based on a computer model so that there cannot be any gerimandering, and will be overseen by Bert Sugarbeet, the well known boxing magazine Czar who's ratings in his publications have long been seen as the true ratings my most of the boxing fans.
  6. The IBA is an evolving organization that will listen to all suggestions from all walks of life, from the boxers, to the promoters, to the officials, AND the general public. By allowing the public a voice, we hope that it will increase the public's interest in our sport.

There will be further updates in the near future on this groundbreaking announcement!
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Old 12-23-2008, 04:56 PM   #5 (permalink)
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I'm making this up as I go, so feel free to chime in with your suggestions folks. I wish for this to be as much fun for ya'll as possible! YOU are the public that I mentioned in the press release....lol
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Old 12-23-2008, 11:36 PM   #6 (permalink)
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IBA Announces Regional Zones
IBA Commisioner John "Infinity" Fehner announced The sub titles that will be sanctioned by the IBA.
  • North American Boxing Council - Will consist of Mexico, Canada and The United States.
  • Asian Pacific Boxing Council - The entire Asian continent along The various Island Chains and Australia.
  • European Boxing Council - The entire European continent, including Great Britain.
  • African Boxing Council - The entire African continent.
  • South-Central American Boxing Council - All of Central America along with South America.

Each Council has been formed with the precepts of the IBA in mind. ALL fighters will recieve the same considerations throughout the Infinity Boxing Association sphere of influence. This assures that all fighters will have a future after they retire from the game.
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Old 12-24-2008, 01:01 AM   #7 (permalink)
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Very good. The back story is great.
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Thanks!.....Now all I have to do is figure out how to set up the database so that the fighters in each zone only fight within their region at the start...lol I still have a ton of features that I've not learned quite yet....and am wondering if I've bit off more than I can chew..but tis worth a try..lol
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Old 12-24-2008, 04:10 AM   #9 (permalink)
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PUGILIST'S DIGEST
IBA COMMISIONER SPEAKS!
PD: Thanks for taking the time to talk with us today Mr. Fehner.

JF: It's my pleasure. I've enjoyed reading your publication for several years now. In my eyes, your publication's right up there with The Ring when it comes to unbiased reporting of the boxing scene.

PD: We appreciate that! Ok, our first question.... What makes you think that the IBA will be successful where the rest of the alphabet soup has failed?

JF: It all has to do with our charter. We, unlike the "competition" are dedicated not only to our fans, but first and foremost the safety and care of our fighters. After all, without the fighters, there is no sport of boxing. The other organizations seem to put the profits ahead of the product, which in our opinion is totally backwards.

PD: How can you be sure that the fighters are going to buy into this, with the money that the promoters and the other organizations have to throw at them?

JF: The major thing is to educate the fighters about our program. I'm confident that once they see the total package, many of them will gladly join with us. Also, in many of the countries where boxing is popular, there's been talk about govermental regulations of the sport due to the greed of certain promoters and the corruption that has pervaded our sport. We are working with those goverments, in hopes that rather than having them take over the sport, they will help us realise the goals that we share with those goverments. Namely a safer sport, that takes better care of the atheletes from the beginnings of their journey, to the end and beyond into retirement.

PD: Now that's interesting. Have any of these goverments actually bought into your plans yet?

JF: That's something that's still in the works, but you can expect some major announcements on that front in the next few weeks.

PD: It was mentioned that there will be a major PR Czar announced soon, has there been any progress there?

JF: Actually yes, and you'll have the exclusive first look at it. We have signed a contract with Rupee Murdock, the man that created the FOXY News and Entertainment Empire. He will be handling all of our PR, in return, we have a 5 year contract with his vast empire for television rights, PPV, some weekly boxing reality show ideas etc. The TV aspect of things is NOT exclusive, as we also are working with WESPN on some concepts as well. Sorry to have to cut this short, but I have an appointment with the WESPN president Chris Ermine in a few minutes/

PD: That's quite a bombshell you dropped on us, I appreciate you're sharing it with our readers first! Thanks for taking the time, and we hope to meet with you again sometime in the future!

JF: Tis my pleasure. Keep up the good work keeping our shared public in the loop!
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Changed the starting dates and a few other minor things in the opening post as there wasn't cable and such back in 1955, so I moved things to 2010 and onwards instead...lol

I know some of this is similiar to what others have done, but dammit ya'll have been at this longer than me....lol

I've also completed setting up the groupings, with a better idea of how I'll go about adding new (old) fighters as time goes on. I'll be starting some of the preliminary record building for the database of current fighters sometime today, and will post some of the more interesting results.

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After having looked at the different divisions in each region, I've come to the realization that I'll need to add some TC's. So I will add 50 1's and 0's to each regional division. I'm thinking that will give me enough of a pool to allow the stronger fighters to rise to the top as in real life.
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Pugilist's Digest
2010 Fighter of the Year Awards
Regional

South Central American Boxing Council

Heavyweights: Jose Romero - Chile 8-0-0 (4)
Light Heavyweights: Guillermo Jones - Panama 7-0-0 (5)
Middleweights: Julio Cesar Vasquez - Argentina 8-0-0 (5)
Welterweights: Juan Urango - Columbia 8-0-0 (4)
Lightweights: Edwin Valero - Venezuela 7-0-0 (5)
Featherweights: Felix Machado - Venezuela 9-0-0 (1)
Bantamweights: Luis Alberto Perez - Nicaragua 7-0-0 (4)
Flyweights: Wellington Vincente - Brazil 6-0-0 (1)

African Boxing Council

Heavyweights: Corrie Sanders - South Africa 7-0-0 (3)
Light Heavyweights: Muhend Tamer - South Africa 7-0-0 (2)
Middleweights: Evans Ashira - Kenya 5-0-1 (0)
Welterweights: Lucky Lewele - South Africa 8-0-0 (1)
Lightweights: Anthony Tshehla - South Africa 8-0-0 (3)
Featherweights: Gabula Vabaza - South Africa 7-0-1 (1)
Bantamweights: Silence Mabuza - South Africa 6-0-1 (4)
Flyweights: Zohle Mbityi - South Africa 8-0-0 (2)

European Boxing Council

Heavyweights: Matt Skelton - England 8-0-0 (4)
Light Heavyweights: Cristian Sanavia - Italy 7-0-0 (0)
Middleweights: Richard Williams - England 7-0-0 (3)
Welterweights: Junior Witter - England 8-0-0 (1)
Lightweights: Stefano Zoff - Italy 7-0-0 (0)
Featherweights: Theodosio Rapado - Portugal 7-0-0 (2)
Bantamweights: Wladimir Sidorenko - Ukraine 7-0-0 (0)
Flyweights: Jason Booth - England 7-0-0 (2)

Asian Pacific Boxing Council

Heavyweights: Shane Cameron - New Zealand 8-0-0 (2)
Light Heavyweights: Danny Green - Australia 8-0-0 (6)
Middleweights: Shannan Taylor - Australia 8-0-0 (3)
Welterweights: Tadashi Yuba - Japan 7-0-0 (2)
Lightweights: Robbie Peden - Australia 7-0-0 (1)
Featherweights: Wethya Sakmuangklang - Thailand 7-0-0 (1)
Bantamweights: Malcom Tunacao - Philippines 7-0-0 (6)
Flyweights: Ratanapol Sor Vorapin - Thailand 7-0-0 (3)

North American Boxing Council

Heavyweights: Lance Whitaker - United States 7-0-0 (4)
Light Heavyweights: Roy Jones Jr. - United States 8-0-0 (4)
Middleweights: James Toney - United States 8-0-0 (4)
Welterweights: Juan Lazcano - Mexico 7-0-0 (4)
Lightweights: Zahir Raheem - United States 7-0-0 (1)
Featherweights: Daniel Ponce-DeLeon - Mexico 7-0-0 (4)
Bantamweights: Raul Martinez - United States 7-0-0 (2)
Flyweights: Luis Maldonado - Mexico 8-0-0 (2)



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2010 IBA Awards
Puncher of the Year
Nanthachai Yodsanan - Thailand

Fighter of the Year
Evander Holyfield - United States
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IBA announces Regional Title Tournaments
John "Infinity" Fehner announced today that each Regional title will be determined by a tourney for each weight class. The top 16 fighters in each as of 7-31-11 will meet in a seeded tournament to be held monthly with the finals being held on New Years Day 1-1-12.

The following year There will be a tournament that will include the 5 regional champions for each weight class along with the top 27 (total of 32) for each weight class. That field will be announced on 6-15-12 with the tourney starting 7-1-12 with the finals for each weight class's World Championship to be held 1-1-13.
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IBA Regional Tourney 1st Round Results!

The pairings for the Regional Tournaments have been set. Each region's tourney will consist of 16 fighters for each weight class.


North American Boxing Council
Heavyweights


1 - Shannon Briggs 14-0-1 (8) vs 16 - Travis Walker 8-3-2 (3) - Non stop, toe to toe action snares Briggs a 6 KO improving to 15-0-1 (9) Great fight!
2 - John Ruiz 13-0-0 (4) vs. 15 - Lamon Brewster 9-3-1 (4) - Ruiz gets up from a KD in 4th to dominate the rest of the way 10 UD Ruiz improves to 14-0-0 (4)
3 - Lance Whitaker 13-0-0 (8) vs 14 - Ray Mercer 10-3-0 (7) - Mercer leads big on all 3 cards when he breaks his hand and quits, 9 TKO! Whitaker improves to 14-0-0 (9)
4 - Riddick Bowe 12-1-0 (10) vs 13 - Obed Sullivan 12-2-0 (4) - A cut over Bowes eye ticks him off and he KD's Sullivan 3 times for a 9 TKO improving to 13-1-0 (11)
5 - Lou Savarese 13-1-1 (4) vs 12 - Larry Donald 11-2-0 (4) - Furious bout snares Savarese a 10 MD to improve to 14-1-1 (4)
6 - Michael Grant 12-0-1 (7) vs 11 - Tony Thompson 9-1-2 (1) - Grant dominates a tough Tony Thompson to earn a 9 TKO on cuts improving to 13-0-1 (8)
7 - Oliver McCall 12-1-1 (6) vs 10 - Monte Barrett 10-3-0 (2) - McCall was robbed, as he scored a KD in the 8th Fight's a Draw! Rematch in 2 weeks!
8 - Hasim Rahman 12-1-0 (2) vs 9 - Demetrice King 12-1-0 (6) - Hasim 10 UD Improves to 13-1-0 (2)

Light Heavyweights

1 - Chad Dawson 15-0-0 (6) vs 16 - Kelvin Davis 9-1-3 (4) - Dawson did enough to win the fight, but the judges were watching cartoons or something and gifted Davis with a Draw Dawson moves to 15-0-1 (6) and Davis to 9-1-4 (4). Rematch in 2 weeks!
2 - Evander Holyfield 13-0-0 (7) vs 15 - Montell Griffin 11-2-1 (2) - Holyfield was just too much for his opponent, Griffin went down for the count in the 6th Holyfield improves to 14-0-0 (8)
3 - Roy Jones Jr. 14-0-0 (8) vs 14 - Dale Brown 12-2-0 (4) - Jones Jr. Impresses with a 10 UD improving to 15-0-0 (8).
4 - Steve Cunningham 13-0-2 (4) vs 13 - Allan Green 11-1-1 (5) - Cunningham moves to 14-0-2 (4) with an impressive boxing display.
5 - Virgil Hill 10-0-4 (4) vs 12 - Louis Del Valle 12-3-0 (6) - Virgil Hill smartly outboxxed Del Valle for a split decision that wasn't even that close to improve to 11-0-4 (4)
6 - Ezra Sellers 13-2-0 (8) vs 11 - Jeff Lacy 13-2-0 (9) - This was a WAR! Sellers survived 2 knockdowns to score 2 of his own..last one being a KO in the 9th! Sellers improves to 14-2-0 (9)
7 - Julio Gonzalez 11-0-2 (3)vs 10 Robert Daniels 11-0-2 (4) - Gonzalez dropped Daniels in the 7th enroute to a tough fought split decision win. Gonzalez improves to 12-0-2 (3)

8 - Michael Moorer 14-1-0 (10) vs 9 - Matt Godfrey 12-1-0 (4) - Moorer dominated Godfrey winning on an 8 TKO to improve to 15-1-0 (11)


Middleweights


1 - James Toney 15-0-0 (10) vs 16 - Raul Marquez 11-2-1 (6) - Toney scores a TKO in the 6th improving to 16-0-0 (11)
2 - Kelly Pavlik 14-0-0 (7) vs 15 James Kirkland 12-1-0 (7) - Pavlik scored a dominating 1st round KO to improve to 15-0-0 (8)
3 - Robert Allen 15-0-1 (10) vs 14 Jose Antonio Rivera 11-2-1 (5) - Allen knocked down Rivera 2 times in the 6th, only to be DQ'd with no warnings for a blatant rabbit punch. Rivera improves to 12-2-1 (5).
4 - Paul Williams 11-1-1 (5) vs 13 Verno Phillips 10-1-2 (3) - Williams put on a slick boxing display for the full 10 rounds to improve to 12-1-1 (5)
5 - Bernard Hopkins 12-1-1 (9) vs 12 Joe Greene 8-3-1 (4) - Hopkins dropped Greene 2 times enroute to a dominating 10 decision. Hopkins improves to 13-1-1 (9)
6 - Fernando Vargas 12-1-1 (5) vs 11 Carlos Bojorquez 12-1-2 (7) - Bojorquez battered a game Vargas to earn a 10 UD and improve to 13-1-2 (7)
7 - Jermain Taylor 11-0-2 (3) vs 10 Carl Daniels 11-1-0 (2) - Daniels battered Taylor to score a 1 TKO...I felt the ref was too fast to stop the fight with only 1 second left in the round! Daniels improves to 12-1-0 (3).
8 - Keith Holmes 13-1-0 (4) vs Antwun Echols 11-1-1 (10) - Echols survives a cut to win a 10 Majority Decision I thought was a draw to improve to 12-1-1 (10)


Welterweights


1 - Vernon Forrest 14-0-1 (5) vs 16 - Andre Berto 11-1-1 (4) - Vernon Forrest dominated a tough Andre Berto to win a 10 UD and improve to 15-0-1 (5)
2 - Francisco Bojado 14-0-0 (4) vs 15 - Oscar Diaz 13-1-0 (1) - Both men fought their hearts out back and forth for a 10 round majority draw. Bojado goes to 14-0-1 (4) and Diaz moves to 13-1-1 (1) Rematch in 2 weeks!
3 - Zab Judah 13-0-0 (5) vs 14 Ramon Campas 10-3-1 (7) - Judah was too clever for Campas enroute to a 8 TKO that left Campas bloodied and battered! Judah improves to 14-0-0 (6)
4 - Vince Phillips 13-0-2 (3) vs 13 DeMarcus Corley 12-3-0 (0) - Vince Phillips survived the storm that was Corley to score a 7 TKO on cuts. Phillips improves to 14-0-2 (4).
5 - Sharmba Mitchell 13-0-1 (4) vs 12 Cory Spinks 10-2-1 (2) - Mitchell proves his case with knockdowns in the 9th and 10th to win an easy 10 UD and improve to 14-0-1 (4)
6 - Alfonso Gomez 11-1-2 (4) vs 11 Lamont Peterson 11-1-2 (2) - Gomez improves to 12-1-2 (4) in this snorefest of a split decision.
7 - David Estrada 10-0-4 (1) vs 10 Jessie Feliciano 10-1-4 (2) - Estrada survives a knockdown in the 10th to win a 10 UD. Even with the KD, no controversy here..Estrada improves to 11-0-4 (1)
8 - Antonio Margarito 12-1-1 (7) vs 9 - Adrian Mora 12-2-1 (3)
- Margarito floored Mora for the first time in his career to score a 3 KO. Both men came to fight! Margarito improves to 13-1-1 (8)


Lightweights


1 - Floyd Mayweather Jr. 12-0-0 (6) vs 16 - Monty Meza-Clay 10-2-1 (3) - Mayweather Jr. punishes a suprising Meza-Clay in a war that was 48-47 (x3) when the cut on Meza-Clay's eye turned into a gusher in the 6th. Mayweather improves to 13-0-0 (7)
2 - Julio Diaz 12-2-0 (6) vs 15 Juan Diaz 10-2-0 (2) - The battle of the Diaz's was just that. a 10 round war that saw both men's left eyes swollen and Julio sported a cut over his left eye. Julio wins a close UD that I felt was a draw! Julio Diaz improves to 13-2-0 (6)
3 - Jose Luis Castillo 12-0-1 (10) vs 14 Steve Forbes 9-4-2 (0) - Castillo uses Forbes for a human heavy bag for 10 rounds dropping him in the 7th. Man Forbes can take a punch though! 10 UD in dominating fashion for Castillo, now 13-0-1 (10)
4 - Shane Mosley 13-0-1 (9) vs 13 Angel Manfredy 9-1-4 (6) - Sugar wasn't so sweet to Manfredy, knocking him down 3 times enroute to a 10 UD Mosely moves to 14-0-1 (9)
5 - Paul Spadafora 13-1-1 (1) vs 12 Carlos Navarro 10-3-0 (7)Navarro's controlled agression and a cut over Spadafora's left eye enabled Navarro to win a close 10 round UD Navarro improves his record to 11-3-0 (7)
6 - Oscar De La Hoya 11-1-0 (7) vs 11 Steve Johnston 11-1-0 (0) Johnston reoopened a nasty cut over Oscar's right eye to win this WAR with a 7 TKO on cuts. Johnston's eyes were both swelling badly at the time of the stoppage, and these 2 were evenly matched throughout! Johnston improves to 12-1-0 (1) getting his first stoppage!
7 - Marco Antonio Barrera 11-2-0 (3) vs 10 Steven Luevano 10-2-0 (5)Barrera was just too strong for Luevano, dropping him once in the 10th enroute to a 10 UD that improves Barrera to 12-2-0 (3)
8 - Jesus Chavez 11-2-0 (6) vs 9 - Nate Campbell 12-1-1 (7)
This fight saw both men down, but Chavez appeared to get the better of it in this action packed bout, but the judges called it a majority draw! Chavez goes to 11-2-1 (6) and Campbell goes to 12-1-2 (7) Rematch in 2 weeks!

Featherweights



1 - Juan Manuel Marquez 15-0-0 (10) vs 16 - Abner Mares 10-2-2 (5)Marquez and Mares both fought their hearts out With Marquez being the stronger of the 2 scoring a knockdown in the 9th and giving Mares a bloody eye enroute to a 10 round UD. Marquez improves to 16-0-0 (10)
2 - Erik Morales 14-0-0 (6) vs 15 - Manuel Medina 10-3-2 (1) Morales does just enough to earn a 10 split decision in a lackluster performance by both fighters. Morales goes to 15-0-0 (6)
3 - Nestor Garza 13-0-0 (5) vs 14 - Freddie Norwood 9-2-1 (3) - Norwood dominates Garza despite having to get up in the 5th from a devastating hook to defeat a bloody Garza with a 6 TKO! NOrwood improves to 10-2-1 (4) while Garza gets his first loss!
4 - Litzau Jason 13-1-0 (6) vs 13 - Danny Romero 11-3-0 (7) - Danny Romero dominated for 10 rounds with knockdowns in the 9th and 2 in the 10th, the final for the count 10 KO! Romero improves to 12-3-0 (8)
5 - Oscar Larios 13-1-0 (10) vs 12 Dan Sutherland 11-2-1 (3) - Larios survives a 1st round knockdown to dominate Sutherland the rest of the way scoring 2 knockdowns in the 5th, then putting him away in the 8th. Larios improves to 14-1-0 (11) with the KO!
6 - Daniel Ponce-DeLeon 12-0-1 (8) vs 11 Rocky Juarez 14-1-0 (5) - Ponce-DeLeon survived a KD in the 4th and fought his way back to a draw in this slugfest! Juarez is now 14-1-1 (5) and Ponce-DeLeon is now 12-0-2 (8). Rematch in 2 weeks.
7 - Alejandro Gonzalez 13-0-1 (9) vs 10 Israel Vazquez 11-2-0 (8) - Vazquez survived a nose bleed for most of the fight scoring KD's in the 5th and 10th enroute to a dominating yet action packed 10 UD to hand Gonzalez his first loss! Vazquez improves to 12-2-0 (8)
8 - Roberto Leyva 11-2-1 (7) vs Clarence Adams 11-1-0 (3) - Leyva uses knockdowns in the 8th and 9th to seal the dominating 10 decision. He improves to 12-2-1 (7)

Bantamweights


1 - Rafael Marquez 14-0-0 (12) vs 16 - Jhonny Gonzalez 10-3-0 (6) - Marquez uses knockdowns in 4 different rounds to destroy Gonzalez in a 10 UD. The question is, why didn't the ref stop the fight? Marquez improves to 15-0-0 (12)
2 - Tim Austin 12-0-1 (4) vs 15 - Cruz Carbajal 11-2-1 (3) - Austin was too fast and strong for Carbajal, scoring 3 knockdowns, the final one sealing a 7 KO and improving Austin's record to 13-0-1 (5)
3 - Diego Morales 12-1-2 (7) vs 14 - Julio Zarate 11-3-1 (0)Morales wore down a suprising Zarate, scoring a knockdown in the 9th enroute to a 9 TKO! Morales improves to 13-1-2 (8)
4 - Oscar Arciniega 11-2-0 (5) vs 13 - Genaro Garcia 9-2-2 (7) - Garcia's agression was a bit too much for Arcinega in a close entertaining 10 UD for Garcia who earns his 10th win to improve to 10-2-2 (7)
5 - Roger Gonzalez 12-1-1 (6) vs 12 - Heriberto Ruiz 8-3-2 (4) - Gonzalez battered his opponent before scoring a 4 TKO to improve to 13-1-1 (7)
6 - Raul Martinez 11-1-0 (4) vs 11 - Cristian Mijares 9-2-3 (1) - Martinez knocked Mijares down in the 9th, Mijares returned the favor in the 10th, Martinez held on to win a highly disputed majority decision and improve to 12-1-0 (4) These 2 will have to meet again as the scoring was pathetic!
7 - Jose Navarro 10-1-2 (3) vs 10 - Martin Castillo 9-3-1 (3) - Castillo dominated this fight, even scoring a knockdown in the 7th, but the cut he suffered in the 1st wouldn't stay closed, and the fight was stopped in the 8th for a shocking TKO for Navarro! Navarro improves to 11-1-2 (4)
8 - Gerson Guerro 10-2-1 (4) vs 9 - Fernando Montiel 11-2-0 (9) - Guerro and Montiel went to war, Montiel opening a cut on Guerro's forehead Guerrero knocking Montiel down 2 times before the ref stopped the fight in the 10th round handing Guerrero a hard earned TKO! Score cards were split through 9..Guerro improves to 11-2-1 (5)

Flyweights


1 - Jose Victor Burgos 13-0-1 (5) vs 16 Isidro Garcia 10-3-2 (0) - Garcia uses brilliant footwork and faster hands to styme Burgos for 10 rounds to earn a split decision. Garcia moves to 11-3-2 (0)
2 - Jorge Arce 12-0-1 (7) vs 15 - Chris Fuller 11-1-2 (1) - The fighters accidentally butt heads in 1st cutting Fuller's right eye. Arce then pours it on trying to get the KO before they stop the fight, finally in the 6th the ref stops the fight with Arce winning the 6 UTD. Saved Fuller a beating!
3 - Hugo Fidel Cazares 12-0-0 (8) vs 14 Samuel Gutierrez 8-3-2 (3) - Cazares spotted Gutierrez the first round then proceded to pummel Gutierrez for the last 9 rounds for an easy 10 UD improving to 13-0-0 (8)
4 - Mark Johnson 12-0-0 (5) vs 13 - Luis Maldonado 13-1-0 (4) - Johnson out slicked, out quicked and out hit Maldonado for 10 rounds scoring 2 knockdowns enroute to a dominating 10 round UD. Johnson improves to 13-0-0 (5)
5 - Ulises Solis 12-1-1 (5) vs 12 - Alejandro Montiel 8-1-4 (3) - The best punch of the night was a butt by Solis that cut Montiel. The cut reopened several times stopping the fight and giving Solis a 9 TKO when Montiel was ahead on 2 cards! A curious call when the cut came from an intentional butt! Solis improves to 13-1-1 (6)
6 - Gerardo Verde 10-0-3 (3) vs 11 Brian Viloria 8-1-3 (3) Verde scored a knockdown in the 1st and poured it on for the next 3 rounds, Viloria tries to storm back, and the 2 stand toe to toe for most of the fight, with Viloria winning a spirited 10 UD to improve to 11-0-3 (3)
7 - Jose Antonio Aguirre 11-1-1 (4) vs 10 Isaac Bustos 9-5-0 (0) - Aguirre was somewhat lethargic for the first 4 rounds but stormed back, cutting Bustos then scoring knockdowns in each of the last 3 rounds, earning a decisive 10 round UD to improve to 12-1-1 (4)
8 - Will Grigsby 12-2-1 (1) vs 9 - Cesar Lopez 10-1-4 (1)
- Interesting boxing match with no fireworks. Each of the 10 rounds hard to score these 2 were so evenly matched...so they get to do it again, 10 draw..Grigsby goes to 12-2-2 (1) and Lopez goes to 10-1-5 (1)


I'll post the other regions in separate posts.

Also, I will post the rematches from the draws on this post.

Draw Rematches:


Monte Barrett used slick boxing to avoid Oliver McCall's superior power as these 2 fought their hearts out in this one. Barrett earns a 10 UD 97-93 96-94 97-93 to improve to 11-3-1 (2)

Chad Dawson knocked down Kelvin Davis for the first time in his short career enroute to a 96-93 97-92 96-94 10 UD. Both men stood toe to toe in the 10th trying to score a KO, but survived a furious round! Dawson improves to 16-0-1 (6)

Francisco Bojado finally figured out the puzzle that is Oscar Diaz, scoring 2 knockdowns in the 10th to open up what was a close fight through 9...Bojado wins 96-92 97-91 97-91 to fatten his record to 15-0-1 (4)

Nate Campbell came out throwing bombs, cutting Jesus Chavez in the 3rd then scoring a devastating knockdown in the 3rd. Chavez somehow survived the carnage, came out throwing some bombs of his own in the 4th only to have Campbell widen the cut to the point that the referee stopped the bout 4 TKO for Campbell who improves to 13-1-2 (8)!

Daniel Ponce-DeLeon got up from a knockdown in the 2nd by Rocky Juarez to fight his way back into this despite a cut over his right eye and a nearly closed left eye to score a devastating knockout in the 8th round of this action packed fight. Through 7 all 3 judges had it 66-66! Ponce-DeLeon improves to 13-0-2 (9)

Will Grigsby used better movement in this rematch against Cesar Lopez to earn a 10 UD 98-93 99-92 99-94 to move to the next round of the tourney.. Grigsby improves to 13-2-2 (1)

Thus ends the first round of the North American Boxing Council Title Tournament!

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African Boxing Council Tourney Results

Heavyweights
1 - Corrie Sanders 13-0-0 (6) vs 16 - Kidane Mbogo 7-4-2 (1) - The fans knew it was going to be a short night when Sanders floored Mbogo with his first punch! Mbogo got up but was unable to defend himself and was knocked out with 1 minute left in round 1 Sanders improves to 14-0-0 (7)
2 - Francois Botha 13-1-0 (8) vs 15 - Akatelaji Ngowa 6-3-4 (2) - Francois Botha was cut under his right eye, had his mouth torn up, and his left eye nearly closed by a suprising Ngowa, but knocked Ngowa down 2 times to take a narrow UD. Botha improves to 14-1-0 (8)
3 - Peter Okhello 12-0-2 (5) vs 14 - Aldo Colliander 8-3-2 (1) - Okhello outboxes a game but nearly blinded Colliander to earn a 10 decision and remain undefeated at 13-0-2 (5)
4 - Daw Niyongabo 11-1-1 (2) vs 13 - Samuel Peter 9-3-0 (6) - Niyongabo did enough in my eyes to earn a draw, storming back in the last 3 rounds, but the judges handed Peter a majority decision, improving his record to 10-3-0 (6)
5 - Joseph Chingangu 11-2-0 (5) vs 12 - Sam Ubokane 6-3-3 (3) - Chingangu scored 4 knockdowns in his total domination of Ubokane....Chingangu improves to 12-2-0 (5)
6 - Duncan Dokiwari 10-2-1 (5) vs 11 - Ferid Kibowen 11-3-1 (5) - Dokiwari knocked Kibowen down 2 times in the 7th, then reopened a nasty cut over the right eye enroute to a 7 round TKO. The fight was dead even on all 3 cards to this point! Dokiwari improves to 11-2-1 (6)
7 - Teke Oruh 10-1-1 (4) vs 10 Yekuno - Amlak Hadainidi 12 -3-0 (5) - Oruh scores 3 knockdowns, the last one to end the fight with a dominating KO in 3! Oruh improves to 11-1-1 (5)
8 - Raymond Olubowale 10-2-2 (3) vs 9 - Yehlem Baya 8-3-2 (1) - Olubowale scored 2 knockdowns enroute to his route of Baya. Olubowale improves to 11-2-2 (4)
Light Heavyweights
1 - Mohamed Ali Ndiaye 13-0-0 (4) vs 16 Wankegh Kimaiyo 4-3-6 (1) - Ndiay came in a 9-1 favorite, knocked down Kimaiyo once in the 4th, but Kimaiyo showed great intestinal fortitude to climb back into the fight and earn a draw. 95-95 on all 3 cards! Ndiay moves to 13-0-1 (4) and Kimaiyo moves to 4-3-7 (1)
2 - Muhend Tamer 13-0-0 (3) vs 15 - Araya Nyamekye 5-4-3 (1) - Tamer parleyed 2 knockdowns into a slim unanimous decision over the smart Nyamekye. Tamer improves to 14-0-0 (3)
3 - Sakio Bika 11-0-1 (1) vs 14 - Kipkoskei Akil 8-4-1 (3) Both men scored knockdowns, and Bika was cut, but he proved himself the better fighter winning handily in 10 rounds to improve to 12-0-1 (1)
4 - Soon Botes 13-2-0 (2) vs 13 - Imazighen Mongo 8-4-2 (0) - Botes out danced Mongo to improve to 14-2-0 (2) in this rather mundane bout.
5 - Mohamed Azzaoui 9-1-3 (2) vs 12 - Massin Mwara 7-3-2 (3) - Azzaoui used a strong defense and quick hands to score a knockdown enroute to a 10 UD over the hapless Mwara. Azzaoui improves to 10-1-3 (2)
6 - Jerry Elliott 11-1-1 (3) vs 11 - Otheino Jamali 8-2-4 (0) - Elliott was the stronger of the 2 in the last 3 rounds, which made the difference in this one. Elliott improves to 12-1-1 (3) with the solid UD.
7 - Andre Thysse 8-2-1 (0) vs 10 Peter Mashamaite 10-2-2 (1) - Thysse suffered a broken nose and his left eye looked lumpier than an old pillow, but he fought back valliantly to earn a draw. Thysse moves to 8-2-2 (0) and Mashamaite's record goes to 10-2-3 (1). Rematch in 2 weeks!
8 - Rachid Kanfouah 10-2-0 (2) vs 9 Akawel Muthuri 9-5-0 (1) - Kanfouah built up a huge lead in the first 7 rounds before Muthuri scored a knockdown. Kanfouah then held on for a split decision 95-94 96-94 94-95 Kanfouah improves to 11-2-0 (2)
Middleweights
1 - Kassim Ouma 13-0-2 (5) vs 16 - Said Ouali 7-3-4 (2) - Both fighters put in a lackluster performance with Ouma recieving the nod with a 10 majority decision. Ouma remains unbeaten at 14-0-2 (5)
2 - Yokana Onindo 12-0-2 (2) vs 15 - Yirdaw Ukurugenzi 8-5-1 (2) - Onindo was on cruise control when Ukurugenzi scored a sudden knockdown! Onindo somehow got up to dominate the rest of the fight to earn a 10 UD and remain unbeaten at 13-0-2 (2)
3 - Mpush Makambi 11-2-0 (2) vs 14 - Salla Olu 9-4-1 (0) - Makambi used good movement and a piston like jab to cut up Olu on several occasions in this bout, with the bout finally being stopped in the 10th for a TKO on cuts. Makambi improves to 12-2-0 (2)
4 - Evans Ashira 10-1-1 (3) vs 13 - Johannis Chepkwony 9-5-1 (1) - Ashira scored a knockdown enroute to a dominant UD. Ashira improves to 11-1-1 (3)
5 - William Gare 10-2-2 (2) vs 12 - Azmera Mambo 8-2-2 (1) - This fight was decided in the 10th round when Gare dropped hard from Mambo. Gare got up, but lost the fight on a split decision. Gare was favored 7-1 coming in! Mambo improves to 9-2-2 (1)
6 - Aifell Louahla 10-2-1 (4) vs 11 - Beyene Apara 7-2-3 (1) - Louahla dominated Apara, knocking him down 3 times enroute to a 10 KO win! Louahla improves to 11-2-1 (5)
7 - Kofi Jantuah 9-2-1 (3) vs 10 - Kingsley Ikeke 9-3-0 (7) - Neither man went down in this war, both had swollen left eyes, though Ikeke's was shut at the end of this fight. Ikeke came on strong the last 3 rounds, and was pouring it on when the ref stopped the fight near the end of the 9th handing Ikeke a 9 TKO! was close on all 3 cards, but Ikeke avenges an earlier loss to Jantuah and improves to 10-3-0 (8)!
8 - Taha Muriithi 10-2-2 (2) vs 9 - Arabi Kimotho 10-2-1 (1) - Kimotho rodea knockdown in the 4th to a 10 UD, improving to 11-2-1 (1)
Welterweights
1 - Lucky Lewele 14-0-0(5) vs 16 - Zeleke Nadhim 7-3-3 (1) - Nadhim worked hard, built up a nice lead then walked into a left hook by Lewele that turned out the lights for the night in the 5th! Lewele moves to 15-0-0 (6)
2 - Jan Piet Bergman 12-0-1 (7) vs 15 - Ajose Olusegun 7-3-2 (3) - Bergman came out smoking, scoring 2 knockdowns in the 1st round, Olusegun fought his way back into the fight, then Bergman scored a KO on the second knockdown of the 8th to remain undefeated at 13-0-1 (8)
3 - Ike Quartey 12-0-2 (5) vs 14 - Firhoun Gacharia 9-3-3 (1) - Quartey scored 2 knockdowns enroute to a 6 TKO, improving his record to 13-0-2 (6)
4 - Naoufel Benrabah 12-1-0 (2) vs 13 - Wekesa Muhsin 8-6-1 (3) - Benrabah scored a TKO in the 3rd improving his record to 13-1-0 (3)
5 - Lovemore N'dou 11-0-2 (7) vs 12 - Joshua Clottey 9-2-1 (6) - N'dou and Clottey fought their hearts out, neither gaining the upperhand as this fight was correctly scored a draw N'dou is now 11-0-3 (7) and Clottey is now 9-2-2 (6). They'll meet again in 2 weeks!
6 - Emmanuel Clottey 12-1-2 (2) vs 11 - Tesema Wambukawo 10-2-2 (1) - Clottey scored an early knockdown enroute to a close decision in this entertaining bout. The 2 fighters were toe to toe throughout! Clottey moves to 13-1-2 (2)
7 - Ted Bami 11-1-1 (2) vs 10 - Ben Tackie 9-1-3 (2) - It was a Tackie kind of night with Ben knocking Bami down 2 times enroute to a 5 TKO! Tackie improves to 10-1-3 (3)
8 - Lawrence Ngobeni 12-2-1 (1) vs 9 - Peter Malinga 12-2-0 (2) - Ngobeni suffered a cut over his right eye, was knocked down in the 7th round, got up and took the fight to Malinga, earning a tough 10 round decision! Ngobeni improves to 13-2-1 (1)
Lightweights
1 - Cassius Baloyi 14-0-0 (4) vs 16 - Hisham Mteremo 7-3-2 (1) - Baloyi was too slick for Mteremo winning a 10 round decision handily. Baloyi remains undefeated at 15-0-0 (4)
2 - Daniel Attah 12-0-1 (1) vs 15 - Anthony Tshehla 11-1-1 (3) - Attah used relentless pressure and a stinging jab to batter and bloody a game Tshehla and score a 7 TKO on cuts. Attah keeps his undefeated record, improving to 13-0-1 (2)
3 - Paulus Moses 13-0-1 (2) vs 14 - Ali Funeka 10-4-0 (3) Moses couldn't part the sea this time around as Ali Funeka kept the pressure on all night long, earning a 10 decision and handing Moses his first loss! Funeka improves to 11-4-0 (3)
4 - Yakubu Amidu 12-1-1 (5) vs 13 - Wolde Kalamka 10-3-0 (1) - Despite being cut, Kalamka knocked Amidu down 2 times, once in the 6th, and once in the 10th. The difference maker was the point deducted from Amidu for low blows in the 10th, as Kalamka walked away with a 96-91 94-93 94-94 majority decision. Kalamka improves to 12-4-0 (3)
5 - Raymond Narh 11-2-1 (5) vs 12 - Justin Juuko 11-2-1 (3) - This was a W A R !! Both men stood toe to toe the entire fight, scoring at will. Narh was dropped in the 5th, barely getting up in time then taking a terrible beating that some thought should have been stopped. In the 6th, it continued, but somehow Narh turned the tide and reciprocated the knockdown, this one for a 10 count! Narh escapes with a 6 KO and improves to 12-2-1 (6)!
6 - Mzonke Fana 11-2-0 (1) vs 11 - Innocent Anyanwu 10-3-1 (3) - Good action bout here, but Fana was just too strong for Anyanwu, dropping him in the 8th enroute to a 10 UD. Fana improves to 12-2-0 (1)
7 - Yahya Kibaki 11-2-0 (0) vs 10 Patrick Malinga 10-3-1 (1) - Malinga opened a cut in the 2nd, then kept the pressure on, reopening the cut and forcing a 3 TKO on cuts. Malinga improves to 11-3-1 (2)
8 - Areda Kahini 9-3-1 (2) vs 9 Obote Ameme 10-3-0 (2) - Kahini plants Ameme 4 times in this bout enroute to a totally dominating 10 UD to improve his record to 10-3-1 (2)
Featherweights
1 - Gabula Vabaza 12-0-2 (3) vs 16 - Weihwa Sarahani 6-7-0 (0) - Vabaza knocks Sarahani down 2 times enroute to a lopsided 10 UD 99-88 100-87 100-87 to remain undefeated at 13-0-2 (3)
2 - Jackson Asiku 11-0-2 (2) vs 15 - Azar Kipkorir 8-4-1 (2) - Both men scored knockdowns in the monster battle that went back and forth. Asiku was just a bit stronger over the 10 rounds to pull out a 96-92 95-93 95-93 UD and improve to 12-0-2 (2)
3 - Lehlo Ledwaba 11-1-2 (3) vs 14 - Ahmad Mutahi 7-3-2 (2) - Ledwaba dominates Mutahi despite a nasty cut from an accidental head but that wouldn't stay closed, scoring a knockdown in the 4th to win 99-91 97-94 98-92 and improve to 12-1-2 (3)
4 - Thomas Mashaba 11-1-1 (3) vs 13 - Samuel Kebede 8-3-2 (0) - Mashaba knocks Kebede down early in the 1st round and pours it on before Christodoulou leaps in to stop the carnage at 2:43 of the 1st round! 1 TKO improves Mashaba's record to 12-1-1 (4)
5 - Simon Ramoni 11-1-1 (5) vs 12 - Ngouna Wanyika 7-4-2 (0) - Ramoni wins a snorefest 97-93 97-94 95-95 to improve to 12-1-1 (5)
6 - Yellel Jomo 9-1-2 (3) vs 11 - Menzu Mapira 10-2-2 (1) There are times I wish I'd remember to bring a book with me, and this fight was one of them! Mapira gets the win to imrpove to 11-2-2 (1).
7 - Smail Rifaa 7-1-4 (1) vs 10 - Asmerom Tsalani 8-3-2 (1) - Mildly entertaining bout results in a split decision with Rifaa winning 96-95 95-96 96-95 to improve to 8-1-4 (1)
8 - Wambua Ola 8-2-2 (4) vs 9 - Takalani Ndlovu 9-3-0 (4) - Good action bout that had ups and downs for both fighters, with Ola going down in the 6th before scoring the KO in the 9th. This was anyone's fight to this point! Ola improves to 9-2-2 (5)
Bantamweights
1 - Masibulele Makepula 11-0-2 (7) vs 16 - Azregh Konchellah 9-2-2 (4) - Makepula came into this tourney the #1 seed, favored 7-1 and walked out on the losing end of a curious split decision 95-96 95-96 97-93. I had it 97-94 for Makepula. Konchellah improves his record to 10-2-2 (4)
2 - Silence Mabuza 12-0-2 (8) vs 15 - Vuyisile Bebe 11-2-0 (1) - Mabuza silenced (sorry couldn't resist) Bebe in the 8th round with 3 knockdowns to remain undefeated at 13-0-2 (9)
3 - Iskinder Ankoma 12-1-0 (3) vs 14 - Badda Matu 9-3-3 (3) - Both fighters spent time on the canvas, but Matu's aggressiveness won this fight for him to improve to 10-3-3 (3) with a 10 SD 96-93 94-95 96-93.
4 - Alex Baba 12-2-1 (5) vs 13 - Amanzu Khalfani 8-3-3 (1) Baba came out landing bombs, dropping Khalfani 2 times in the 7th enroute to an 8 round TKO stopped on cuts. Baba improves to 13-2-1 (6)
5 - Evans Mbamba 11-1-2 (1) vs 12 - Yakubu Saeed 7-2-4 (0) Mbamba used superior ring presence to outpoint Saeed 98-95 98-92 97-93 and improve to 12-1-2 (1)
6 - Zounes Thabiti 10-2-1 (5) vs 11 - Teferra Migwi 8-2-3 (2) - No feeling out in this bout as Thabiti lands a shot that took the legs right out from under his opponent, scoring a 1 KO! Thabiti improves to 11-2-1 (6)
7 - Joseph Agbeko 12-2-0 (5) vs 10 - Kamau Sefu 9-4-1 (3) - Agbeko set the tone by knocking Sefu down in the 1st and 2nd rounds enroute to a dominant 99-91 (x3) UD to improve to 13-2-0 (5)
8 - Mbwana Matumla 12-3-1 (4) vs 9 - Habte Daud 9-1-2 (2) - Matumla knocked Daud down in the 7th then 2 more times in the 9th, the final one for the count! Matumla rides a 10 KO to improve his record to 13-3-1 (5)
Flyweights
1 - Zohle Mbityi 14-0-0 (3) vs 16 - Urge Jalali 7-4-1 (1) - Mbityi outlanded Jalali on a 2-1 ratio, yet somehow came out of this fight with a majority draw 95-95 95-95 96-95. The IBC needs to look into the way these African judges score their bouts! Mbityi goes to 14-0-1 (3) and Jalali goes to 7-4-2 (1). Rematch in 2 weeks.
2 - Nkosinathi Joyi 13-0-1 (8) vs 15 - Semer Murmaba 10-2-1 (2) - Joyi knocks Murmaba down in the 1st, then 3 times in the 2nd to score a 2 TKO and improve to 14-0-1 (9)
3 - Sithembele Kibiti 13-0-0 (7) vs 14 - Bekele Akono 8-4-1 (2) - Kibiti was dominating this fight when he finally landed the big bomb in the 6th to score a KO and improve to 14-0-0 (8)!
4 - Muvhuso Nedzanani 12-0-2 (7) vs 13 - Kadidu Matuma 6-4-2 (0) - Nedzanani knocked Matuma down in the 2nd then dominated the rest of the way to earn a decision 100-90 97-92 99-90 and remain unbeaten at 13-0-2 (7)
5 - Zukisani Kwayiba 11-2-0 (4) vs 12 - Zeggan Nnanna 6-4-4 (0) - Good action bout here as both men threw punches with abandon, but Kwayiba proved the stronger of the 2, scoring a KO in the 6th round to improve to 12-2-0 (5)
6 - Mawanda Sineko 11-2-0 (1) vs 11 - Yahya Sadiki 6-4-2 (2) - Sadiki came in a 6-1 underdog and pulled out a tough 95-95 96-95 96-94 majority decision that I felt was a draw Sadiki improves to 7-4-2 (2)
7 - Yellel Bandele 9-2-2 (0) vs 10 - Moruti Mthalane 10-1-2 (1) - In a dull but dirty fight, both men had a point deducted with Bandele coming out ahead 95-94 94-95 96-94 to improve to 11-1-2 (1)
8 - Kussil Wekessa 6-2-5 (0) vs 9 - Wolashe Mbui 9-3-2 (0) Mbui wins a 96-94 96-94 97-93 snoozefest to improve to 10-3-2 (0)

Results will be added to this post as they happen.

Rematches:

Zohle Mbityi again outworked Semer Murmaba but the judges scored the bout 95-95 94-96 96-94 for yet another draw. Rematch coming soon..again...lol

Lovemore N'dou fought a masterful fight yet the scoring was again rather odd 99-93 96-96 100-93 over Joshua Clottey. N'dou remains unbeaten at 11-0-3 and moves to the next round.

Andre Thysse scored a knockdown and did enough to hold off Peter Mashamaite to stay alive in this tourney. Thysse improves to 9-2-2 (0)

Mohamed Ali Ndaiye dominated Wankegh Kimaiyo in their rematch scoring a knockdown and cutting him badly along the way to a 7 TKO to remain undefeated at 14-0-1 (5)

Zohle Mbityi met with Semer Murmaba for a 3rd time, this time with Judges imported by the IBA to ensure fairness in the scoring due to the controversy's surrounding their first 2 meetings. Mbityi won 97-94 97-94 98-94 to improve to 16-0-2 (3).

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Asian Pacific Boxing Council Tourney 1st Round Results

Heavyweights
1 - Kali Meehan 14-1-0 (10) vs 16 - Newcastle Pat Kennedy 9-5-0 (3) - Kennedy wins a moral victory in extending Meehan to 10, but that's about it as Meehan scores 2 knockdowns enroute to an easy victory. Meehan improves his record to 15-1-0 (10)
2 - Shane Cameron 13-1-0 (7) vs 15 - Suk Kim 8-7-0 (4) - Cameron dominated Kim for 8 rounds before finally administering the KO shot. Cameron improves to 14-1-0 (8) as Kim lives up to his first name.
3 - David Tua 13-1-0 (11) vs 14 - Byung-kyu Kim 9-4-2 (2) - Tua makes short work of Kim scoring 3 knockdowns in the 2nd for a 2 TKO. Tua improves to 14-1-0 (12)
4 - Seon-jong Han 9-2-2 (4) vs 13 - Solomon Haumono 12-3-0 (5) - Han improves to 10-2-2 (5) when he cuts Haumono badly in the 2nd with a wicked left hand.
5 - Hong-yeol Yi 11-4-0 (2) vs 12 - Kyeong-min Hwang 9-4-1 (1) - Hwang came in the 7-1 favorite at the betting parlors, and was ahead on all 3 accounts when Yi came on with a knockdown in the 9th then poured it on to force the TKO in the 9th. Yi improves to 12-4-0 (3)
6 - Ju-choer Sin 8-3-2 (1) vs 11 - Myung-joo Kim 10-4-0 (1) - Sin and Kim put on a snorefest, and the judges mercifully spared us a rematch by handing Sin the Majority Decision. Sin improves to 9-3-2 (1)
7 - Sinan Samil Sam 9-3-1 (3) vs 10 - Man-u So 10-4-0 (3) - Sam wasted no time, going after So from the opening bell, finally putting him away in the 3rd for a 3 KO to improve to 10-3-1 (4)
8 - Cisse Salif 11-3-1 (6) vs 9 - Hyung-on So 8-3-2 (7) - Salif used constant pressure to keep So off balance the entire night, scoring 2 knockdowns, the last one for the count in the 5th. Salif moves to the next round with a 12-3-1 (7) record.
Light Heavyweights
1 - Paul Briggs 12-1-0 (8) vs 16 - Jong-bum Hong 8-3-2 (0) - Briggs powered his way to 5 knockdowns, 3 in the 8th to score a TKO and improve to 13-1-0 (9)
2 - Anthony Mundine 10-1-1 (5) vs 15 - Chong-yeol Kim 9-3-1 (3) - Mundine opened strong, but was shocked by Kim who took him down for the count in the 4th! Kim improves to 10-3-1 (4)
3 - Nader Hamdan 10-1-2 (2) vs 14 - Il-gyung Hyon 8-3-2 (0) - Hamdan hammered away at a game Hyon finally knocking him down for a 9 count, then finally put him away for 10 at the end of round 6. Hamdan improves to 11-1-2 (3)
4 - Tim Bell 12-1-2 (6) vs 13 - Jamie Withers 8-3-2 (0) - Bell came in promising a knockout, but wasn't able to get past Wither's jab, and couldn't find an answer to Wither's movement in the ring. This was a classic case of the slugger not finding his mark, as Withers won 100-91 100-91 98-93 in an impressive boxing clinic! Withers improves to 9-3-2 (0)
5 - Danny Green 12-2-0 (10) vs 12 - Daniel Ammann 9-1-4 (0) - Ammann came out strong, but in the end Green was the stronger of the 2, scoring 2 knockdowns in round 6. With Ammann out on his feet, the ref finally stops the bout at 2:22 in the 6th! TKO for Green who ups his record to 13-2-0 (11)
6 - Seung-ryong Cho 9-4-1 (5) vs 11 - Paul Murdoch 8-4-1 (0) - Murdoch somehow survived a terrible beating that saw him down 2 times in the first round to fight his way back. Cho's lack of a killer instinct hurt him as Murdoch pulled out an improbable (after the 1st round) victory 95-94 95-94 95-94! This was a classic brains over brawn match....Murdoch is now 9-4-1 (0) as he moves forward to the next round!
7 - Justin Clements 8-2-3 (3) vs 10 - Dale Westerman 8-4-1 (3) - Westerman knocked Clements down early, cut him badly, yet somehow Clements had the faculties to survive and force a rematch with a 10 majority draw. Clements is now 8-2-4 (3) and Westerman is now 8-4-2 (3) as they move into the rematch round in 2 weeks.
8 - In-sin Yi 11-2-1 (4) vs 9 Daniel Lovett 8-3-3 (0) - Tough battle as both men had their moments, but Yi prevails on the strength of 2 knockdowns in the 8th round to earn the split decision 94-95 96-93 96-92. Yi improves to 12-2-1 (4) as he moves to the next round.
MIddleweights
1 - Maselino Masoe 14-0-0 (10) vs 16 - Mehrdud Takaloo 9-4-0 (3) - This fight personified the word brawl! Masoe stormed out in the first 2 rounds when Takaloo suddenly lands a hook to drop Masoe the 3rd round was a thing of beauty as both men landed bombs Takaloo started to assert himself taking the next 3 rounds, then Masoe came back strong in the 7th The 8th saw both men toe to toe with Takaloo gaining the edge, then dominating in the final 2 rounds with knockdowns in each. Takaloo earned this decision the hard way 96-91 97-90 97-90 as even when he won rounds, Masoe made his presence known! Masoe came in a 5-2 favorite but Takaloo's the one continuing on with a record of 10-4-0 (3) as Takaloo out brawled the brawler!
2 - Shannan Taylor 14-1-0 (6) vs 15 - Il-gyung Ch'oe 8-3-2 (4) - Taylor scored 3 knockdowns enroute to a dominating 97-91 96-91 96-91 decision that personally I felt wasn't that close, as Ch'oe just couldn't find any answers against Taylor in this one...Taylor improves to 15-1-0 (6)
3 - Toshiharu Kaneyama 11-1-0 (9) vs 14 - Joo-Chan Chegal 8-4-2 (1) - Good close fight, though I had Kaneyama winning by a round despite being knocked down 2 times in the 8th. Chegal being a dirty fighter throughout lost a point in the 9th for intentional low blows. The judges saw it 94-94 94-94 with one seeing it 94-93 for Kaneyama. This goes as a majority draw, so we'll do it again. Kaneyama is now 11-1-1 (9) and Chegal is now 8-4-3 (1) Rematch coming up!
4 - Min-u Yi 11-2-0 (5) vs 13 - Naotaka Hozumi 10-3-0 (4) - Yi and Hozumi went to war in this bout both landing bombs throughout Hozumi finally scored a knockdown in the 7th in a round he was well ahead on to that point, then in the 8th Hozumi beat him down again with every punch in his arsenal, knocing him down again, then finally, mercifully Neumann stepped in to stop the carnage! Hozumi improves to 11-3-0 (5)
5 - Ahmed Kaddour 9-1-5 (1) vs 12 - Kazuhiko Hidaka 12-2-0 (4) - Hidaka spent 10 rounds making Kaddour look foolish winning handily 100-90 99-91 100-91. No cuts, no knockdowns, just pure boxing pleasure in this one....Hidaka improves to 13-2-0 (4)
6 - Sang-Seung Yang 12-3-0 (5) vs 11 - Pradeep Singh 11-1-1 (4) - Singh scored a knockdown in the first, Yang fought back in control in 2 and 3, 4 was an amazingly dull round that ended even...Singh scored another knockdown in the 5th, 6 was action packed yet dead even, when in the 7th Singh scored the final knockdown that Yang just couldn't recover from! was 58-56 for Singh on all 3 cards at the time of the stoppage. Singh improves to 12-1-1 (5)
7 - Kyeok Kim 9-6-1 (1) vs 10 - Sam Soliman 11-2-0 (3) - Non stop action in this one, though neither man went down. At the end Soliman proved to be the faster stronger fighter as he took the decision 99-92 96-94 97-93 to improve to 12-2-0 (3)
8 - Dong-won Yi 9-2-2 (1) vs 9 - Ji-hwan Kim 8-6-1 (1) - Decent tactical fight this time around as both fighters had their moments, but Kim prevailed in a close one 96-95 97-94 97-94 to improve to 9-6-1 (1)
Welterweights
1 - Hiroyuki Sakamoto 14-0-0 (4) vs 16 - O-min Yi 6-3-4 (0) - Sakamoto danced circles around Yi, scoring 3 knockdowns enroute to a 99-89 99-89 98-90 decision. He improves to 15-0-0 (4)
2 - Tadashi Yuba 13-0-0 (6) vs 15 - Baby Lorona 7-5-1 (0) - Yuba was ahead on all 3 cards when this fight was stopped due to a recurring cut over Yuba's left eye. Score it a 6 TKO for Lorona as he improves to 8-5-1 (1) and hands Yuba his first loss!
3 - Rev Santillan 12-0-2 (4) vs 14 - Hyo-kon Ch'oe 7-3-2 (1) - Santillan was cruising when he scored knockdowns in the 9th, followed by 2 more in the 10th, the final one being for the 10 count! Santillan remains undefeated at 13-0-2 (5)
4 - Jung-Bum Kim 11-2-1 (5) vs 13 - Man-u So 9-4-2 (1) - These 2 men came to fight, with Kim scoring an early knockdown, but So fought hard to work his way back into a fight that wasn't decided until the final round! Scored 95-94 95-94 96-94 for Kim, who moves into the next round with a 12-2-1 (5) record.
5 - Choon-mo Park 6-2-4 (1) vs 12 - Hyo-sang Yuk 7-2-5 (0) - Yuk had total control in this fight, scoring a KO in the 5th to improve to 8-2-5 (1)
6 - Kiatchai Singwancha 13-1-0 (4) vs 11 - Chae-pong Park 8-2-3 (2) - Tight fight, with both pugilists bloodied, the score going into the 10th was 86-85 86-85 87-84 in favor of Singwancha. The 10th started with the decision in doubt, both men came out looking for a KO, with Singwancha landing a beautiful combination that put Park out for the count at 2:28 in the 10th! Singwancha improves to 14-1-0 (5)
7 - Byung-ki Kim 10-2-1 (3) vs 10 A. Tu 7-2-2 (2) - Tu was leading on all 3 cards when the fight was stopped due to bleeding cuts on both eyebrows of Tu in the 6th. Kim improves to 11-2-1 (4)
8 - Norio Kimura 8-3-2 (0) vs Hi-sang Ok 9-2-2 (1) - Kimura was leading on all 3 cards, but like the previous fight, he was cut on both eyebrows, the last one being so bad that the fight was stopped in the 8th round for an upset TKO by Ok! Ok improves to 10-2-2 (2)
Lightweight
1 - Nedal Hussein 14-0-0 (0) vs 16 - Tae-gyoon Yi 9-3-0 (0) - This was a close fight through the first 3 rounds, but Hussein was landing so many punches that Tae-gyoon Yi was out on his feet when the referee stepped in to stop the carnage. Hussein recieves his first stop to improve to 15-0-0 (1)
2 - Manny Pacquiao 13-0-0 (12) vs 15 - Su-min O 8-4-1 (3) - O was dropped early in the first, then the pac-man went to work, forcing the referee to save the hapless O at 2:45 in the first! Pacquiao improves to 14-0-0 (13)!
3 - Michael Katsidis 12-0-0 (8) vs 14 - Dae-je Kim 8-5-0 (0) - Katsidis saw red in the 6th round of this fight..his own as he was cut over his left eye. He then went to work in the 7th, raining punch after punch on Kim to score a 7 TKO at 2:52! Katsidis keeps his perfect record intact at 13-0-0 (9)
4 - Yodsanan Nanthachai 13-1-0 (10) 13 - Kazuyoshi Kumano 9-4-0 (1) - Nanthachai had everything working against a tougher than expected Kumano, scoring 3 knockdowns enroute to a 10 round decision 99-88 98-90 99-88. Manthachai improves to 14-1-0 (10)
5 - Robbie Peden 13-0-0 (3) vs 12 - Hyo-jin Yang 7-3-3 (1) - Peden was too slick for Yang in this one, winning 98-92 96-94 97-93. Personally I agreed with the first judge, as Peden extends his perfect record to 14-0-0 (3)
6 - Keita Manabe 8-4-2 (5) vs 11 - Noriyuki Nakata 9-2-1 (2) - Manabe went down in the 5th, but still outscored Nakata to win the decision 95-94 96-93 95-94 Manabe fought a dirty fight, and with 3 different fouls in the 8th, SHOULD have lost a point, and Nakata not only outworked Manabe he our landed him...this fight screams for a rematch! Manabe improves to 9-4-2 (5)
7 - Randy Suico 11-2-0 (7) vs 10 - Bobby Pacquiao 9-2-2 (0) - WWIII broke out in the arena between Suico and Pacquiao! Suico went down in the 1st round, Pacquiao in the 5th and 2 times in the 8th, with the bout being halted for an 8TKO for Suico! Exciting fight all the way around as Suico improves to 12-2-0 (8)
8 - Decho Bankluaygym 11-1-2 (4) vs 9 - Sirimongkol Singmanasak 10-3-1 (4) - Close fight through the first 6 rounds, but Singmanasak was the stronger fighter in the last 4 rounds winning 96-94 97-93 96-94 to improve to 11-3-1 (4)
Featherweight
1 - Somsak Sithchatchawal 15-1-0 (12) vs 16 - Jaime Barcelona 7-2-4 (1) - This was a very one sided fight, with Barcelona being dropped 6 times before being counted out in the 10th! Sithchatchawal improves to 16-1-0 (13)
2 - Chris John 14-0-0 (8) vs 15 - Napapol Kiatisakchokchai 11-3-0 (7) - Chris John won this battle royal scoring 3 knockdowns while being knocked down once himself enroute to a 97-90 (on all 3 cards) decision to remain undefeated at 15-0-0 (8)
3 - Wethya Sakmuangklang 12-0-1 (4) vs 14 - Yoddamrong Sithyodthong 9-2-1 (0) - Sakmuangklang dominated, scoring 3 knockdowns, the last 2 in a destructive 10th round that saw the fight stopped with 10 seconds left, handing Sakmuangklang a TKO to improve to 13-0-1 (5)
4 - Toshiaki Nishioka 12-0-1 (3) vs 13 - Sang-kuk Chong 8-5-2 (3) - Nishioka remains unbeaten against a lackluster opponent to improve to 13-0-1 (3)
5 - Choi Tseveenpurev 11-0-1 (2) vs 12 - Hiroyuki Enoki 11-3-0 (5) - Tseveenpurev was dominating, despite being dropped in the 3rd enroute to a 6 TKO over Enoki. Tseveenpurev improves to 12-0-1 (3).
6 - In-Jin Chi 14-1-1 (7) vs 11 - Soo-yeon Pak 9-2-2 (3) - Chi scores 2 knockdowns in the decisive 5th round to earn a TKO victory and improve to 15-1-1 (8)
7 - Shoji Kimura 12-2-1 (4) vs 10 - Fahsan 3K Battery 10-2-2 (5) - 3K Battery came in a 2-1 underdog but fought like a man possessed, scoring a knockdown enroute to a 96-93 96-94 95-94 victory to improve to 11-2-2 (5)
8 - Nobuhisa Doi 11-2-1 (3) vs 9 - Sang-min Yi 11-2-2 (2) - Doi earned a narrow majority decision in this lackluster performance by both fighters 96-95 96-96 96-95 to improve to 12-2-1 (3)
Bantamweight
1 - Malcolm Tunacao 12-1-0 (7) vs 16 - Jin-yong Pak 7-2-3 (3) - Tunacao tried to end this one early, scoring a knockdown in the first, but Pak gamely got up and tried to make a fight of it, but Tunacao has too many skills for him, winning 98-91 97-92 97-92 to improve to 13-1-0 (7)
2 - Daisuke Maruyama 12-0-0 (3) vs 15 - Vernie Torres 9-3-1 (3) - Torres came in a 2-1 underdog, but was by far the superior fighter in this one, winning 97-93 on all 3 cards to hand Maruyama his first defeat! Torres improves to 10-3-1 (3)
3 - Veeraphol Sahaprom 13-0-2 (7) vs 14 - Pramuansak Posuwan 9-2-2 (2) - Sahaprom continued his unbeaten streak against a tougher than expected Posuwan winning 98-94 97-93 96-94 to improve to 14-0-2 (7)
4 - Gerry Penalosa 13-1-0 (7) vs 13 - Z Gorres 10-1-1 (0) - Penalosa came in a 5-2 favorite, but allowed Gorres to maul him throughout the fight. Gorres shocked everyone winning a split decision 95-96 98-93 98-93! Gorres improves to 11-1-1 (0)
5 - Chatchai Sasakul 12-1-1 (3) vs 12 - Hidenobu Honda 11-3-1 (6) - The best round was the last round when both men finally put it all together, but in the end, Honda, a 3-2 underdog had done just enough to pull out the win 95-95 96-94 97-93 to improve to 12-3-1 (6)
6 - Hozumi Hasegawa 12-1-1 (3) vs 11 - Cheong-sang Kim 10-1-3 (0) - Hasegawa wasted no time, throwing bombs from the start before landing a devastating uppercut for a KO at 1:24 in the 1st! Hasegawa improves to 13-1-1 (4)
7 - Ratanachai Sor Vorapin 11-1-0 (3) vs 10 - Poonsawat Kratingdaenggym 11-1-1 (8) - Both fighters left it on the canvas, but unfortunately a good close fight was stopped due to a bad cut over Kratingdaenggym's eye, handing Sor Vorapin a TKO in the 9th. Through 8 the score cards were 77-75 76-76 75-77, thus anyone's fight! Sor Vorapin improves to 12-1-0 (3)
8 - Nobuo Nashiro 10-2-1 (3) vs 9 - Katsuhige Kawashima 12-2-0 (10) - Both fighters were brilliant in this bout, but Nashiro used the only knockdown in the fight to edge a tough Kawashima 95-94 95-94 96-93 and improve to 11-2-1 (3)
Flyweights
1 - Nonito Donaire 14-0-0 (6) vs 16 - Ngaoprajan Sithsaithong 10-2-1 (5) - Donaire showed why he's the top seed, flooring Sithsaithong 2 times enroute to a 97-91 98-90 96-93 win. Both knockdowns came after Donaire was bloodied due to a cut on the edge of the left eyebrow of Donaire, who improves to 15-0-0 (6)
2 - Ratanapol Sor Vorapin 14-0-0 (6) vs 15 - Juanito Rubillar 9-1-3 (0) - Sor Vorapin was simply too fast and too strong for a game Rubillar in this one, as Rubillar visited the canvas 2 times in the 8th. Sor Vorapin couldn't finish Rubillar, but won handily 99-91 98-90 98-91 to improve his record to a brilliant 15-0-0 (6)
3 - Koki Kameda 13-1-0 (9) vs 14 - Vic Darchinyan 11-2-1 (5) - Darchinyan suffered a cut from an accidental butt in the first round that caused the fight to be stopped in the 8th, handing a 6 Technical Decision to Kameda 49-46 50-45 49-46. Kameda improves to 14-1-0 (9)
4 - Muhammad Rachman 11-1-1 (1) vs 13 - Olydong Sithsamerchai 9-2-2 (4) - Sithsamerchai dominated enroute to a 5 TKO. No knockdowns in this one, but Sithsamerchai had Rachman out on his feet when the referee wisely stepped in! Sithsamerchai improves to 10-2-2 (5)
5 - Yutaka Niida 11-1-1 (2) vs 12 - Bert Batawang 12-2-0 (5) - Batawang came to fight, and stood toe to toe with Niida, but that was the wrong tactic as Niida scored 3 knockdowns enroute to a hard fought but lopsided 98-89 97-91 97-92 to improve to 12-1-1 (2)
6 - Rodel Mayol 12-2-1 (7) vs 11 - Sarikalek Eakarin 9-1-2 (5) - Eakarin was making Mayol look foolish to start the fight, only to get hammered to the ground in the 1st. Eakarin got up and made a match of it before a nasty cut over the right eye stopped the fight handing a jubulant Mayol a 7 TKO to improve to 13-2-1 (8)
7 - Eagle Den Janlaphan 10-1-2 (0) vs 10 - Pitchit Siriwat 13-1-1 (1) - The Eagle flew tonight as he cut Suriwat in several places enroute to a 7 TKO. Siriwat had cuts both inside and outside of his nose and was so bloody he looked like a victim of Jason from Nightmare on Elm Street rather than a fighter! The Eagle improves to 11-1-2 (1)
8 - Takefumi Sakata 8-2-2 (0) vs 9 - Hussein Hussein 10-1-2 (5) - Hussein simply outworked Sakata, scoring a knockdown in the 8th enroute to a 96-93 97-93 97-92 decision. Hussein improves to 11-1-2 (5)

Round 1 Draw Rematches:

Toshiharu Kaneyama fought a much smarter fight this time around defeating Joo-Chan Chegal 99-91 on all 3 cards to improve his record to 12-1-1 (9)
Results will be edited into this post.

Justin Clements and Dale Westerman fought to a rather oddly scored draw in one of those hard to score bouts 96-96 94-97 98-93. Both fighters felt they'd been robbed, but the crowd was lukewarm in the enthusiasm department. Clements record moves to 8-2-5 (3) and Westerman's moves to 8-4-3 (3) Rematch in a week!

It's interesting that Justin Clements and Dale Westerman have met 3 times prior to this fight, with Clements winning a 5 KO early in both fighters careers, and the other 2 draws in this tourney. That being said, Clements came out a different fighter tonight, scoring a knockdown in the 10th to place a stamp on this series 99-90 97-92 98-91 and FINALLY move on in the tourney with a record of 9-2-5 (3)!


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European Boxing Council Tournament Results

Heavyweights
1 - Wladimir Klitschko 15-0-0 (8) vs 16 - Henry Akinwande 12-4-1 (5) - Klitschko fought a curious fight, spending most of his time boxing outside defensively trying to emulate the great Ali in a very very close match that saw huge rounds from both fighters, in fact, I was suprised Akinwande didn't get a TKO in the 3rd as he pounded Klitschko unmercifully Klitschko gets the win 96-93 95-94 95-94 to improve his unblemished record to 16-0-0 (8)
2 - Oleg Maskaev 16-0-0 (13) vs 15 - Paolo Vidoz 11-3-1 (0) Most observers predicted an early KO in this one, and they were right...but it was Vidoz that handed Maskaev his first loss in a shocking manner with a 3 KO! Vidoz scores his first stoppage ever to improve to 12-3-1 (1)!!
3 - Alexander Povetkin 12-2-0 (1) vs 14 - Luan Krasniqi 12-2-1 (3) - Krasniqi proved to be the stronger fighter in earning a 10 majority decision 95-95 96-94 96-94 to improve to 13-2-1 (3)
4 - Sultan Ibragimov 12-2-1 (4) vs 13 - Andrew Golota 12-2-0 (11) - Golota scored 2 knockdowns in this fight, yet somehow the judges saw fit to call the bout a draw! 96-94 94-96 95-95 - This bit of injustice will cause the 2 to fight again in 2 weeks! Golota is now 12-2-1 (11) and Ibragimov is 12-2-2 (4)
5 - Herbie Hide 12-3-0 (7) vs 12 Nikolay Valuev 11-3-0 (5) - Both men were bleeding profusely, but Valuev did the most damage in this battle royal, scoring 2 knockdowns, the final one for the KO in the 8th! Valuev improves to 12-3-0 (6) and has offered HIde a rematch sometime after the tourney!
6 - Serguei Lyakhovich 13-2-0 (3) vs 11 - Konstantin Onofrei 11-2-3 (2) - There are fights that make you scratch your head and this is one of them...Lyakhovich floored Onofrei and was dominating the fight despite losing not 1, but 2 points due to dirty tactics....the score through 9 was 86-82 87-81 86-82 when in the 10th Lyakhovich intentionally used his head for the 3rd time to hand Onofrei a 10 DQ!! After the match Lyakhovich demanded a rematch, but Onofrei refused, saying "I'll not put my life in danger against this madman again!" Onofrei gratefully moves on with a record of 12-2-3 (2)
7 - Matt Skelton 14-1-0 (9) vs 10 - Vladimir Virchis 11-3-0 (6) - These 2 lived up to the title "warrior" in this bout Virchis survived a thunderous knockdown in the 4th, and Virchis survived a bad cut over his right eye to somehow go the distance..the score was 96-95 97-94 97-94 for Virchis! the crowd was divided on this one, and I see a rematch in the future as Virchis improves to 12-3-0 (6)
8 - Taras Bidenko 11-2-1 (3) vs 9 - Ruslan Chagaev 13-1-1 (5) - This was another thrilling fight, but Chagaev was the stronger of the 2, scoring 3 knockdowns only to see Bidenko gamely get up each time to force the decision which Chagaev won handily 97-90 96-92 96-91 to improve to 14-1-1 (5)
Light Heavyweights
1 - Vassily Jirov 15-0-0 (8) vs 16 - Carl Froch 12-1-1 (6) - This was shaping up to be a war, but unfortunately Froch suffered a bad cut to force a technical decision in the 5th round. The score was 39-38 40-37 39-38 in favor of the underdog Froch! Jirov recieved his first loss, and Froch improved to 13-1-1 (6)....Froch promised the frustrated Jirov a rematch sometime in the future.
2 - Cristian Sanavia 14-0-0 (1) vs 15 - Robert Stieglitz 12-2-1 (3) - Not much action in this bout between 2 tacticians, but Sanavia won handily to improve to 15-0-0 (1)
3 - Marco Huck 12-1-0 (4) vs 14 - Lucian Bute 10-3-0 (3) - Huck came out boxing nicely in the first round, but ran into a devastating hook that put him out in shocking fashion in the 2nd! Bute, a 2-1 underdog improves to 11-3-0 (4)
4 - Denis Inkin 12-2-0 (8) vs 13 - Krzysztof Wlodarczyk 10-1-2 (7) - Wlodarczyk was game, but Inkin was much too strong for him, scoring 6 knockdowns, the final 3 in the 10th round to earn a 10 TKO and improve to 13-2-0 (9)
5 - Enzo Maccarinelli 13-2-0 (4) vs 12 - Mikkel Kessler 11-2-0 (6) - This fight had the makings of a slugfest before Kessler suffered a nasty gash that stopped the action in the 5th! Maccarinelli improves to 14-2-0 (5)
6 - Tomasz Adamek 12-2-1 (7) vs 11 - Vadim Tokarev 11-1-2 (1) - Tokarev survived a brutal attack that saw him on his back in the 1st, and saw Adamek building up a nice lead when Tokarev came on strong in the 8th to score a controversial TKO! The crowd was livid, as was Adamek who looked like he'd weather the storm when Jankowiak stopped the fight at 2:51 in the 8th. Adamek lead on all 3 cards 68-63 68-63 68-64 through 7! Tokarev improves his record to 12-1-2 (2) as Adamek's corner demanded a rematch!
7 - Alexander Alexeev 12-1-1 (7) vs 10 - Markus Beyer 11-2-1 (1) - little doubt who the stronger fighter was in this one, as Alexeev scored 3 knockdowns, including 2 in the fatal 8th round to score a 8 KO and improve to 13-1-1 (8)
8 - Yuri Barashian 12-1-2 (5) vs 9 - Giacobbe Fragomeni 11-1-2 (3) - Lots of action in this bout, with Barashian proving the stronger with 2 knockdowns, though Fragomeni resolutely picked himself up both times to make a fight of it. Barashian prevailed in 10 very entertaining rounds 96-92 96-92 95-94 to improve to 13-1-2 (5)
Middleweights
1 - Arthur Abraham 14-0-0 (8) vs 16 - Yuri Foreman 7-4-1 (1) - An interesting fight with most rounds being very close throughout brought this one to a draw! Abraham remains unbeaten at 14-0-1 (8) and Foreman suprises everyone at 7-4-2 (1). Rematch will come in 2 weeks, and should be entertaining!
2 - Richard Williams 13-0-0 (6) vs 15 - Sebastian Zbik 9-4-1 (2) - Zbik confounded Williams in this bout to hand hi his first loss and improve to 10-4-1 (2) with the scores 97-93 95-95 97-93.
3 - Howard Eastman 12-0-1 (8) vs 14 - Reda Zam Zam 8-3-3 (4) - This one was as action packed as they come, with Eastman building up a decent lead when Zam Zam went BAM with a right hand that ended Eastman's unbeaten streak in the 9th round! Eastman lead 77-75 76-76 78-75 through 8! Hell, I'd pay to see these 2 lock up again! Zam Zam improves to 9-3-3 (5)
4 - Felix Sturm 14-1-0 (1) vs 13 - Raymond Joval 8-1-6 (3) - Good action bout that could have gone either way with most rounds being too close to predict the score, but Sturm earned a hard fought win 98-94 97-96 97-96 to improve to 15-1-0 (1). Yet another that was worth the price of admission!
5 - Sergei Dzindziruk 11-0-2 (7) vs 12 - Ryan Rhodes 12-2-2 (2) - Dzindziruk remains unbeaten after administering a beating to a game Rhodes. Some great action in this fight, but Rhodes just didn't have the skills to handle Sergei and was dropped 2 times in this bout. Dzindziruk improves to 12-0-2 (7)
6 - John Duddy 12-1-1 (7) vs 11 - Zaurbek Baysangurov 11-1-1 (7) - Duddy scored a knockdown in the 3rd round that nearly ended the fight, but proved to be a one trick pony as Baysangurov dominated the latter rounds to improve to 12-1-1 (7) with a 98-91 97-92 96-93 decision.
7 - Alexander Zaitsev 11-1-1 (7) vs 10 - Kuvanych Toygonbayev 11-2-0 (4) - Zaitsev was game, but couldn't handle the power of Toygonbayev, being dropped 5 times in the fight, 3 times in the fatal 9th as Toygonbayev improves to 12-2-0 (5) with a devastating TKO!
8 - Aslanbek Kodzoev 11-1-1 (2) vs 9 - Roman Karmazin 11-2-0 (4) - A nice close bout that was ended when the cut over Kodzoev's right eye opened widely for the 3rd time, handing Karmazin a TKO in the 7th. Fight was a draw to this point as neither man could pull ahead. Karmazin improves to 11-2-0 (5)
Welterweights
1 - Junior Witter 14-0-0 (1) vs 16 - Nigel Wright 10-2-3 (2) - Suprisingly close tactical bout that saw Witter suffer a cut over his right eye, but his corner did a great job enabling him to earn a well deserved victory 96-94 96-93 96-94 to remain unbeaten at 15-0-0 (1)
2 - Michael Jennings 15-0-0 (1) vs 15 - Giovanni Parisi 11-3-0 (6) - Brutal fight that saw Parisi get himself cut from an intentional butt that HE lost a point for! Parisi then scored the lone knockdown in the 10th, but Jennings held on to pull out a hard fought split decision 95-94 96-94 93-96. Jennings remains unbeaten at 16-0-0 (1)
3 - Ricky Hatton 14-1-0 (8) vs 14 - Gavin Rees 8-2-3 (2) - Pure brutality in this fight with Rees going down in the 6th, Hatton going down 2 times in the 8th and Rees going down 2 times in the 10th, the final time being saved by the bell! The score cards said it all in this one! 95-90 94-91 96-90 as the crowd roared it's approval for both warriors! Hatton improves to 15-1-0 (8) as he survives this scare!
4 - Jackson Osei Bonsu 12-0-3 (7) vs 13 - Vyacheslav Sencenko 9-3-3 (3) - Sencenko proved to be the better man in this one, landing a knockdown right in the 9th enroute to a 97-93 97-94 97-94 victory to hand Bonsu his first loss. Sencenko improves to 10-3-3 (3)
5 - Thomas Damgaard 11-1-1 (6) vs 12 - Brice Faradji 9-2-3 (1) - Damgaard scored 2 knockdowns in the 3rd round, the second one for the count! Damgaard improves to 12-1-1 (7) with a 3 KO!
6 - Colin Lynes 10-3-1 (2) vs 11 - Allan Vester 10-3-0 (0) - Both men drew several flags for holding, as they both failed their auditions for dancing with the stars. Vester did barely enough to win 97-95 96-94 96-95 and improve to 11-3-0 (0)
7 - Andreas Kotelnik 11-2-1 (2) vs 10 - Maxim Nesterenko 8-3-3 (0) - Interesting fight that saw both men spend time on the canvas, but when all was said and done, neither man impressed enough to earn the victory. Kotelnik is now 11-2-2 (2) and Nesterenko is now 8-3-4 (0) as both men gear up for a rematch in 2 weeks.
8 - Viktor Plotnikov 10-2-1 (5)) vs 9 - Yuriy Nuzhnenko 11-2-2 (2)
- This bout was scored a questionable Technical Draw in the 4th round. The reason it was questionable is Plotnikov already had bad cuts on his right eyebrow and left eyelid that should have stopped the fight, and the 3rd cut over his left eyebrow was clearly from a punch, yet the referee inexplicably scored it as a inadvertant head butt! Plotnikov moves to 10-2-2 (5) and Nuzhnenko moves to 11-2-3 (2) as these men are scheduled to meet again in 2 weeks.
Lightweights
1 - Carl Johanneson 13-0-2 (3) vs 16 - Leva Kirakosyan 8-5-0 (3) - This was a tale of 2 fights. In the first fight (6 rounds) Kirakosyan fought to an even draw, Kirakosyan faded in the second (final 4 rounds) fight as Johanneson dominated, including a knockdown in the 10th to seal the deal. Johanneson improves to 14-0-2 (3) with a score of 97-92 on all 3 cards!
2 - Koba Gogoladze 11-1-0 (1) vs 15 - Steve Conway 8-5-2 (0) - Other than scoring a knockdown in the 5th, Gogoladze was unimpressive in winning this one 95-94 96-93 96-93 to improve to 12-1-0 (1)
3 - Alex Arthur 12-2-0 (7) vs 14 - Kirkor Kirkorov 9-3-2 (1) - Arthur was simply dominating in this bout, scoring 2 knockdowns against the hapless Kirkorov to win 100-90 100-89 100-89. Arthur improves to 13-2-0 (7)
4 - Matt Zegan 13-1-0 (6) vs 13 - Amir Khan 11-3-0 (2) - Zegan was dominating, scoring a knockdown enroute to a score of 97-92 on all 3 cards. Zegan moves forward with a record of 14-1-0 (6)
5 - Artur Grigorian 11-1-2 (4) vs 12 - Craig Docherty 11-1-2 (2) - Grigorian came out strong, winning the first 2 rounds, then Docherty opened a cut on the left eyelid in the 3rd, reopened it and made it worse in the 4th, at this point the fight was dead even Grigorian's corner implored him to finish the fight as they didn't think he'd be able to continue much longer, and he came out storming in the 5th, raining blows so fast that Docherty couldn't answer! finally a vicious right hand deposited Dochery on the canvas for a 10 count! KO in 5! Grigorian improves to 12-1-2 (5)
6 - Tontcho Tontchev 11-2-2 (4) vs 11 - Michael Gomez 12-1-1 (5) - Gomez controlled the early part of this fight, but faded in the 6th, with Tontchev taking firm control in the last half of the fight, scoring 2 knockdowns in the 10th to win 96-93 97-92 98-92 and improve to 12-2-2 (4)
7 - Stefano Zoff 12-1-0 (0) vs 10 - Janos Nagy 11-2-1 (5) - This one was pretty even until the 5th when Zoff scored his first knockdown, then took control the rest of the way scoring another knockdown in the 10th enroute to a 97-91 97-91 97-92 victory. Zoff improves to 13-1-0 (0)
8 - Almazbek Raiymkulov 10-3-0 (2) vs 9 - Yuri Romanov 11-3-0 (6) - Good action bout that would have been closer if it weren't for knockdowns in the 2nd and 8th by Raiymkulov. Despite Romanov's heroic effort to overcome the knockdowns, Raiymkulov wins a split decision 93-95 95-93 95-93 to improve to 11-3-0 (2)
Featherweights
1 - Bernard Dunne 13-0-0 (4) vs 16 - Theodosio Rapado 9-4-0 (2) - Rapado was bleeding rapidly (pardon the pun...lol) when the fight was stopped due to cuts over both eyes in the 5th as Dunn put forth a punishing effort to win a 5 TKO and remain undefeated at 14-0-0 (5)
2 - Rendall Munroe 12-0-0 (0) vs 15 - Tuncay Kaya 9-3-2 (1) - A LOT of close rounds in this somewhat slow bout that saw Kaya hand Munroe his first defeat and improve to 10-3-2 (1). The score was 97-93 96-94 98-92.
3 - Cyril Thomas 10-0-2 (1) vs 14 - Gill Menano 4-6-2 (0) - Thomas remains undefeated in this somewhat boring boxing clinic to improve to 11-0-2 (1). Personally I didn't think it was as close as the 97-94 95-95 97-94 scores reflected.
4 - Nicky Cook 11-2-0 (4) vs 13 - Bernalldino Csar 6-4-3 (1) - Csar came out and dominated the first round..and not much else as this fight ended in the 10th due to a cut from an accidental butt in the 9th. Csar was sent to the canvas 2 times prior to this as Cook won handily in a 10 round Technical Decision 88-80 87-81 87-81 to improve to 12-2-0 (4)
5 - Spend Abazi 9-1-2 (1) vs 12 - Esham Pickering 7-2-4 (0) - A lot of very close rounds in this snoozefest made things seem closer than they were, but Abazi prevailed 97-93 95-95 96-94 to improve to 10-1-2 (1)
6 - Mateus Rincn 7-1-4 (1) vs 11 - Dyoguo Rxo 8-4-1 (0) - There were few cheers to be had in this mediocre effort from both fighters that saw Rxo win 96-94 96-95 97-93 to improve to 9-4-1 (0)
7 - Ramao Casacubierta 10-3-1 (1) vs 10 - Santos Machado 9-3-1 (2) - Casacubierta scored 1 knockdown in this suprisingly entertaining boxing match to win 97-94 99-94 97-94 and improve to 11-3-1 (1)
8 - Derry Matthews 8-3-2 (1) vs 9 AntoOio Castelo 8-3-0 (2) - Matthews injured his hand knocking down Castelo in the 2nd round, and Castelo lost a point in the 2nd round for a blatant low blow. Matthews couldn't do much other than that due to the hand, and needed every bit of that 10-7 round to hold on for a 94-94 96-93 95-94 Majority Decision and improve to 9-3-2 (1)
Bantamweights
1 - David Guerault 13-0-0 (2) vs 16 - Gijs Kalkema 6-4-3 (0) - Geuralt showed why he's the #1 seed in this tourney winning handily 99-91 99-91 96-94 to remain undefeated at 14-0-0 (2)
2 - Wladimir Sidorenko 12-0-0 (0) vs 15 - Ed van de Brekel 5-5-4 (0) - Sidorenko boxed a near flawless fight to earn a 99-92 98-93 99-92 decision, improving to 13-0-0 (0)
3 - Marat Mazimbaev 12-1-0 (4) vs 14 - Lou Francken 6-5-3 (1) - Mazimbaev scored a knockdown in the 1st, and inflicted a nasty cut over Francken's left eye and was then content to box until the cut reopened to hand him a TKO in the 7th with him well ahead on all cards. Mazimbaev improves to 13-1-0 (5)
4 - Sven Arents 11-2-1 (0) vs 13 - Elmar van der Heide 7-4-3 (0) - van der Heide did just enough to win this "battle" of the ineffectuals 98-92 96-94 97-93 to raise his record to 8-4-3 (0)
5 - Gjelt Muijen 8-2-3 (2) vs 12 - Dave Pasveer 8-3-2 (1) - Mediocrity was the order of the day in this bout as the score was 96-96 96-96 96-95 (Muijen) for a majority draw. Muijen goes to 8-2-4 (2) and Pasveer goes to 8-3-3 (1) as they get ready for a rematch in 2 weeks.
6 - Sasha Bakhtin 10-2-0 (3) vs 11 - Lucas Teune 7-3-3 (0) - Bakhtin scored knockdowns in the first 2 rounds only to see Teune fight his way back into the fight, when suddenly in the 9th round Teune threw his head as if it were a fist! Teune was immediately disqualified, handing Bakhtin a win by DQ in the 9th. the scores were 76-74 76-74 75-75 at the time as Teune thew away what looked to be an amazing comeback from 2 10-8 rounds to start the bout! Bakhtin improves to 11-2-0 (3). Given the lack of any other offenses in this bout, and the fact that the butt did no damage, the crowd roundly boo'd the result!
7 - Lasse Boermeester 10-2-2 (4) vs 10 Cees Westerbos 9-5-1 (2) - Boermeester came in a 3-1 favorite and went out on a guerney after being KO'd at :58 in the 1st round! Westerbos improves to 10-5-1 (3)
8 - Norman Schooten 7-3-4 (1) vs 9 Simone Maludrottu 6-5-2 (0) - Maldrottu built up a nice lead then withstood a blistering go for broke attack in the 10th to earn a close decision 96-95 97-94 97-94 decision and improve his lackluster record to 7-5-2 (0)
Flyweights
1 - Andrea Sarritzu 12-0-1 (2) vs 16 - Hildebrand Hak 7-8-1 (1) - Sarritzu came in a 7-1 favorite, but was lackluster in this bout, allowing Hak to survive for a draw 97-95 96-96 95-96. Sarritzu remains unbeaten at 12-0-2 (2) and Hack moves to 7-9-1 (1). Rematch in 2 weeks.
2 - Jose Lopez Bueno 11-1-1 (2) vs 15 - Quint Melis 7-4-2 (0) - The fans spent most of this fight booing the contestants as neither man seemed willing to actually fight. Lopez Bueno slept his way to a 94-96 96-94 96-94 split decision that could have gone either way. Bueno improves (if you can call it that) to 12-1-1 (2)
3 - Gerrie van Eck 11-1-2 (1) vs 14 - Derrick Tuk 7-4-2 (2) - Tuk outsmarted van Eck in a mildly entertaining bout to earn a 97-92 (x3) decision and improve to 8-4-2 (2)
4 - Dale Robinson 12-1-2 (2) vs 13 - Henny Els 8-5-0 - Bad fighting and bad officiating marred this bout as both men had a point taken away, though Els's was rather questionable. The fight ended up a draw, 95-94 92-96 96-96. Let's hope these 2 come to fight in 2 weeks for the rematch!
5 - Youp van Emden 11-2-2 (0) vs 12 - Stuart Kodde 7-5-1 (2) - van Emden scored a knockdown in the 2nd and dominated the rest of the way to win 99-91 99-91 99-92 to improve to 12-2-2 (0)
6 - Brahim Asloum 10-2-1 (0) vs 11 - Jason Booth 11-1-0 (4) - Both men made a decent effort that was cut short by a nasty gash over Booth's left eye in the 7th with the score 57-57 58-56 58-56 for Asloum. Asloum gets the 7 TKO and moves on with an 11-2-1 (1) record.
7 - Sibrand Schneider 9-4-2 (1) vs 10 - Garm Klink 9-3-1 (1) - A lot of anyone's guess type of rounds lead to a varied scorecard, but the right man came out on top 96-94 98-92 99-91 in favor of Schneider who improves to 10-4-2 (1)
8 - Bertil de Keizer 9-3-1 (0) vs 9 - Hendri Heerens 7-3-3 (0) - de Keizer scores his first KO, in the 1st to improve to 10-3-1 (1) as Heerens couldn't beat the count!

Results will be added to this post.

Rematch results:

Andrea Sarritzu came to fight this time around against Hildebrand Hak and earned a 10 decision 98-93 99-92 98-93 to improve his record to 13-0-2 (2)
Both Dave Pasveer and Gjelt Muijen had their moments, but in the long run Pasveer proved to be the better pugilist in this rematch to improve his record to 9-3-3 (1) The fight was scored 95-94 96-94 96-94.
Vikto Plotnikov was knocked down by Yuriy Nuzhnenko in the 6th round, only to have Nuzhnenko have 2 points deducted for fouls. No fouls Nuzhnenko wins, but with the fouls, it was yet another draw for the 2 fighters! 94-94 94-94 96-94 for Plotnikov who's record is now 10-2-3 (5) while Nuzhnenko moves to 11-2-4 (2) Rematch in a week!
Andreas Kotelnik and Maxim Nesterenko fought a spirited bout that saw Kotelnik well behind on points going into the 10th, despite Kotelnik having a point deducted. Kotelnik scored knockdowns in the 9th and 10th, with the final one being lights out for Nesterenko! Kotelnik improves to 12-2-2 (3) as he moves to the next round!
Arthur Abraham finally lived up to expectations against a game Yuri Foreman 99-91 99-91 97-93 though there were times that Foreman gave as good as he recieved, he just couldn't pull it off against Abraham at his best! Abraham improves to 15-0-1 (8)
Sultan Ibragimov and Andrew Golota came to war again! This time however, Ibragimov was the stronger, scoring 3 knockdowns...the fight was stopped in the 9th however, not because of the knockdowns, but the fact that Ibragimov tore up Golata's mouth to the point that the ring doctor ordered the fight to stop! Ibragimov was ahead 76-74 77-72 77-72 through the 8th. Score it a 9 TKO as he improves to 13-2-2 (5)!
Dale Robinson came out ready to go this time around, dominating Henny Els for 10 rounds. Els went to the canvas in the 8th, but couldn't muster much of an attack against the superior Robinson, who wins 99-92 97-93 99-92 to improve his record to 13-1-3 (2)

Rematch of a Rematch Round:

Vikto Plotnikov met Yuriy Nuzhenko for the 3rd time in this tourney, and we did finally get a result! Plotnikov knocked Nuzhenko down early, and cut him several times before a close bout was stopped in the 10th round due to profuse bleeding! The score was 86-84 86-84 85-85 through the 9th, and the TKO improves Plotnikov's record to 11-2-3 (5) and propels him to the second round!

Thus ends the first round of the EBA championship tourney!

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Heavyweights
1 - Owen Beck 11-0-1 (4) vs 16 - Damian Norris 10-2-2 (4) - Not much to say here, Owen Beck came, he saw, he conquered! Beck simply ran over Norris, smothering him with punches in the 1st round to score a 1 TKO! Beck remains undefeated at 12-0-1 (5)
2 - Fres Oquendo 13-1-1 (6) vs 15 - Ricardo Rodriguez 10-4-0 (3) - Oquendo simply overwhelmed Rodriguez in the 3rd for a KO! Oquendo improves to 14-1-1 (7)
3 - Ramon Garbey 11-2-1 (5) vs 14 - Cesar Otero 5-4-4 (2) - Excellent fight here as Otero came out smoking, taking the first 4 rounds! Garbey turned the tide and took 5-7, only to have Otero easily take 8. At this point Otero was up by 2 on all 3 cards! Garbey however had different plans, scoring a knockdown for a 10-8 round in the 9th to make it anyone's fight in the 10th, then scoring yet another knockdown in the 10th to pull out the fight 95-93 on all 3 cards! Simply a back and forth battle that both men can be proud of! Garbey improves to 12-2-1 (5)
4 - Carl Davis Drumond 10-1-3 (4) vs 13 - Paco Torres 11-3-1 (3) - One of those action fights you hate to see end! Drumond and Torres went back and forth, and in the end, it was 95-95 95-95 94-96 (Torres) for a Majority Draw! 2 weeks from now they will lace em up again!
5 - Fernely Feliz 10-3-0 (2) vs 12 - Juan Jose Cantu 8-4-1 (2) - Feliz was simply too strong for Cantu in this one, dropping him in the 8th and 2 more times in the 10th enroute to a 98-90 96-91 97-90 and improve to 11-3-0 (2)
6 - Jose Romero 12-1-1 (5) vs 11 - Sandro Lopez 8-5-2 (2) - Romero dropped Lopez in the 1st and 5th rounds then cruised to a lopsided 10 round decision....Romero improves to 13-1-1 (5)
7 - George Arias 10-3-0 (4) vs 10 - Fabio Moli 10-3-1 (1) Arias simply dominated Moli in this one..no knockdowns, no cuts, just decent defense and solid offense throughout as he scores a 100-92 98-93 98-92 victory to improve to 11-3-0 (4)
8 - Evans Quinn 10-3-0 (5) vs 9 - Elieser Castillo 9-2-4 (2) - Castillo knocked Quinn down in the 3rd, but couldn't continue past the 9th when a nasty cut over his right eye forced the bout to an end. Quinn improves to 11-3-0 (6) with the TKO! Twas a good fight however as it was even through the first 8 rounds on all 3 cards!
Light Heavyweights
1 - Guillermo Jones 13-0-0 (10) vs 16 - Daniel Bispo 8-3-2 (5) - Jones kept the pressure on Bispo throughout, piling up the points right up to the 9th when he scored a KO! Jones remains undefeated at 14-0-0 (11)
2 - Louis Azille 13-0-0 (6) vs 15 - Francisco Palacios 8-4-0 (2) - Azille and Palacios performed throughout, but Azille was simply too strong for the tougher than expected Palacios. Palacios only fell once, and gamely got up to force the decision 96-93 98-92 97-93 as Azille remains spotless at 14-0-0 (6)
3 - Juan Carlos Gomez 12-1-0 (4) vs 14 - Wayne Braithwaite 9-4-0 (6) - Gomez scored 2 knockdown enroute to a convincing 10 round UD 97-91 97-93 98-90 to improve to 13-1-1 (4)
4 - Alejandro Berrio 12-0-2 (4) vs 13 - Julio Cesar Dominguez 9-2-2 (6) - Berrio scored 3 knockdowns enroute to a 10 UD. Credit has to be given to Dominguez for keeping going when lesser men would have stayed down! Berrio wins 96-89 96-90 96-89 to remain unbeaten at 13-0-2 (4)
5 - Fulgencio Zuniga 12-1-0 (3) vs 12 - Cesar David Crenz 10-2-1 (0) - Crenz was fighting a lovely fight prior to a nasty cut that ended the evening early in favor of Zuniga in a 4 TKO on cuts! Zuniga improves to 13-1-0 (3)
6 - Laudelino Jose Barros 13-2-0 (8) vs 11 - Uriah Grant 8-2-3 (6) - This was a spirited bout that saw Grant creeping ahead when suddenly he laid Barros out in the 5th...then the 6th started, and Grant was fury personified as he knocked Barros down again, then piled on the points until the ref stopped the bout for a 6 TKO! Grant improves to 9-2-3 (7)
7 - Richard Hall 11-1-0 (9) vs 10 - Hugo Garay 11-3-0 (1) - Hall was definitly the man of the hour in this bout, working Garay's body the first 4 rounds before putting him to sleep in the 5th! Hall improves to 12-1-0 (10)
8 - Manny Siaca 10-2-2 (7) vs 9 - Glencoffe Johnson 11-2-1 (6) - This was a monster fight with more momentum shifts than a close basketball game as first Siaca then Johnson took control back and forth until Johnson scored 3 knockdowns for a 10-7 round in the 7th. As it turned out he needed that 10-7 round to win 95-93 on all 3 cards! great battle as Johnson improves to 12-2-1 (6)
Middleweights
1 - Jorge Castro 12-0-1 (7) vs 16 - Juan Lopez 8-2-3 (0) - The round started slowly, when suddenly out of nowhere Castro lands a left hook that would have made Joe Frazier proud, putting Lopez out for the count in the 1st! Castro improves to 13-0-1 (8)
2 - Daniel Santos 14-0-0 (9) vs 15 - Francisco Antonio Mora 9-3-1 (3) - This one was a brawl from the opening bell with things going back and forth until Santos scored a knockdown in the 8th, then again in the 10th. The crowd was amazed that Mora was able to get up from either of the KD's and survive to force the decision. Santos won handily 97-91 96-93 97-91 to remain unbeaten at 15-0-0 (9)
3 - Andrew Lewis 13-1-0 (10) vs 14 - Sergio Martinez 10-3-1 (2) - In the first round Martinez was behind, but opened a deep cut over Lewis's left eye. In the second round Martinez reopened it with the very first punch and the blood just gushed out, forcing the stopppage at :13 in the 2nd for a TKO! Martinez vaults into the next round with this shocker, improving to 11-3-1 (3)
4 - Lenord Pierre 12-0-1 (3) vs 13 - Daniel Edouard 9-3-0 (3) - Edouard scored the lone knockdown in the 8th, which proved to be the only real highlight as he edges the previously unbeaten Pierre 95-94 97-92 95-94 to improve to 10-3-0 (3)
5 - Julio Cesar Vasquez 14-0-0 (9) vs 12 - Francisco Acosta 11-3-0 (1) - What started out as a brawl turned into a route in the 4th round as Acosta went down not once, but twice, the final time for good at 2:44 in the 4th! Vasquez remains undefeated at 15-0-0 (10)
6 - Giovanni Lorenzo 12-2-0 (4) vs 11 - Edison Miranda 12-4-0 (7) - Miranda was looking sharp in this brawl, piling on the points including a knockdown in the 7th. Lorenzo looked to be in for a long night when suddenly he unleashed a barrage of punches from all angles that dropped Miranda then forced Steele to step in and stop the bout for a 7th round come from behind TKO! Lorenzo improves to 13-2-0 (5)
7 - Santiago Samaniego 12-1-0 (7) vs 10 - Epifanio Mendoza 8-2-3 (4) - Samaniego came out roaring, nearly ending it in the 1st, then piled up a solid lead through 6 before running out of gas...Mendoza then took control, scoring knockdowns in the 9th and 10th to win this decision going away! The judges saw the fight the same at 96-92 for Mendoza who improves to 9-2-3 (4)
8 - Hector Camacho Jr. 9-1-3 (1) vs 9 - Juan Carlos Candelo 10-2-1 (2) - Candelo was simply the better conditioned fighter in this one, wearing Camacho down, then taking full control of the fight in the last 4 rounds to score a 97-93 98-92 97-93 decision. Candelo is now 11-2-1 (2)
Welterweights
1 - Kermit Cintron 12-0-1 (8) vs 16 - Manolo Chavez 8-4-2 (2) - Nothing froggish about the way Kermit Cintron fights as he stalked Chavez and beat him to a pulp scoring 2 knockdowns in the 4th and 2 in the 6th, the final one for the count! Cintron continues his unbeaten streak at 13-0-1 (9)
2 - Juan Urango 13-1-1 (7) vs 15 - Luis Garcia 6-5-3 (2) - Garcia tried every trick in the book, and it worked fairly well through the first 5 rounds, but then Urango unleashed his deadly power to put Garcia to sleep and improve to 14-1-1 (8)
3 - Alex Trujillo 12-2-0 (7) vs 14 - Juan Carlos Ceferino Villarreal 9-2-2 (0) - Good action fight that saw Trujillo stalking for 10 rounds and Villarreal dancing and countering well at times. Neither man went down, but at the end, it was a 96-94 94-96 96-94 split decision for the stronger Trujillo, who moves to the next round with a record of 13-2-0 (7)
4 - Carlos Quintana 11-1-0 (1) vs 13 - Vivian Harris 12-2-0 (4) - Not a lot of action from Harris in this one, as Quintana earns the decision 96-94 96-94 97-93 to improve to 12-1-0 (0)
5 - Carlos Baldomir 11-2-1 (1) vs 12 - Felix Flores 12-2-0 (7) - Flores floored Baldomir in the 6th, in a close bout that saw Baldomir fight his way back to earn a draw 94-96 95-95 96-94. Baldomir moves his record to 11-2-2 (1) and Flores to 12-2-1 (7) Rematch in 2 weeks!
6 - Henry Bruseles 9-1-2 (0) vs 11 - Dario Esalas 10-3-0 (6) - the most damage done by either fighter came from an accidental head butt that cut Bruseles badly enough that it went to the judges early. Bruseles did enough to win 69-65 68-65 67-66 and earn the 7 TD. Bruseles is now 10-1-2 (0)
7 - Dillon Carew 10-1-2 (2) vs 10 - Ricardo Torres 13-1-0 (9) - Torres came into this bout with a purpose, stunning Carew early and often, forcing a TKO in the 1st! Torres is now 14-1-0 (10)
8 - Teddy Reid 9-3-0 (3) vs 9 - Omar Weis 10-2-1 (2) - Teddy Reid had his moments, but they were too few and far between for him to have a chandce in this bout. Weis wins a 10 decision by the score of 95-94 97-92 97-92 to improve to 11-2-1 (2)
Lightweights
1 - Edwin Valero 13-0-0 (11) vs 16 - Miguel Callist 8-3-1 (3) - Valero came roaring out showing little respect for Callist, and after a blistering 1 & 1/2 rounds he put Callist down for the count! With the 2 round KO Valero moves to 14-0-0 (12)
2 - Jose Alfaro 13-1-0 (9) vs 15 - Ricardo Silva 12-3-0 (0) - Alfaro knocked down the light hitting Silva in the 1st round, and was pulling away through 3 when Silva caused a cut by intentional head butt in the 4th and had a point deducted for it. The ref and doctor allowed it to continue, but when the cut reopened in the 5th, the ref stopped the fight and awarded Silva a TKO! This is a travesty folks, as with the butt, the bout should have gone to the score cards! Silva moves to 13-3-0 (1) with this gift.
3 - Joel Casamayor 13-1-0 (9) vs 14 - Javier Osvaldo Alvarez 11-2-0 (0) - Casamayor thoroughly thrashed Alvarez, scoring 3 knockdowns, the final 2 in the fatal 9th that saw Alvarez sleep through a 10 count. Casamayor improves to 14-1-0 (10)
4 - Yuriorkis Gamboa 11-0-0 (5) vs 13 - Fernando Angulo 10-2-1 (2) - Gamboa was just too strong in this one as a game Angulo was counted out on the 2nd knockdown in the 8th round. Gamboa's record remains unblemished at 12-0-0 (6)
5 - Carlos Gerena 13-1-1 (7) vs 12 - Jose Miguel Cotto 8-2-3 (6) - Both men looked aweful at times, and awefully good at times but Cotto had the legs at the end to pull out a tough split decision 95-96 96-94 97-94 to improve to 9-2-3 (6)
6 - Jorge Barrios 13-1-0 (4) vs 11 - Antonio Ramirez 12-2-1 (2) - Barrios was simply overwhealming in this fight, fact is I was shocked that they didn't stop the bout in the 6th as Barrios put a world of hurt on his opponent. Somehow Ramirez survived a knockdown in the 8th to remain on his feet at the end, but Barrios comes away with a 97-91 97-91 97-90 win to improve to 14-1-0 (4)
7 - Raul Fernandez 12-1-0 (2) vs 10 - Roman Martinez 10-2-2 (7) - Martinez used a flurry of punches to put Fernandez down for the count in the 6th in what had been a somewhat lopsided fight all along. Martinez improves to 11-2-2 (8)
8 - Raul Balbi 11-3-1 (3) vs 9 - Ricky Quiles 10-2-2 (1) - Balbi lost a point in the 10th that could have lost him the bout for hitting and holding as these 2 fighters were mauling one another throughout. Balbi wins on all 3 cards 95-94 to improve to 12-3-1 (3)
Featherweights
1 - Ricardo Cordoba 13-0-0 (8) vs 16 - Jose Estrella 9-3-2 (3) - Cordoba and Estrella accidentally clashed heads, causing a bad cut over Estrella's eye in the 1st. Cordoba pretty much took over from there, controling the action, not allowing Estrella much room to work with when the fight was stopped in the 5th, handing Cordoba a 5 UTD 40-36 39-37 39-37 to improve to 14-0-0 (8)
2 - Jorge Linares 14-0-0 (3) vs 15 - Gairy St Clair 7-3-3 (4) - Not much action in this one, as Linares controled the action with his ring savy, moving and firing away from outside, finally hitting St Clair hard enough to send him to the canvas in the 9th for a 6 count. St Clair lasted the distance, but Linares won handily 97-94 98-92 96-94 to improve to 15-0-0 (3)
3 - Celestino Caballero 13-0-0 (8) vs 14 - Oscar Leon 11-2-0 (3) - Caballero started out strong, controling the 1st round, and scoring a 8 count knockdown in the 2nd, and it looked like Leon was in for a short night. Lo and behold Leon landed a picture perfect uppercut that sent Caballero down for the count for a major upset! Leon moves to 12-2-0 (4) as Caballero tries to figure out how he gained his first loss!
4 - Felix Machado 15-1-0 (4) vs 13 - Francisco Martinez 9-2-3 (2) - Martinez started out strong, taking 3 of the first 4 rounds when suddenly Machado floored him for an 8 count. He gamely got up, but wasn't the same throughout the rest of the fight, also going down in the 8th as Machado wins 97-92 96-92 96-92 to improve to 16-1-0 (4)
5 - Julio Gamboa 13-0-0 (4) vs 12 - Freddy Cruz 9-2-2 (0) - Good action bout with a lot of close rounds through the first 8. Then Gamboa landed the right punch sending Cruz crashing to the canvas for a 6 count. He gamely recovered his footing, only to be sent to the ground yet again, this time for a 4 count. The fight was stopped when about 30 seconds later Cruz was deposited on his seat yet again, for a 9 TKO for Gamboa who improves to 14-0-0 (5)
6 - Antonio Cermeno 12-1-1 (5) vs 11 - Giovanni Andrade 10-1-1 (4) - Amazing back and forth action, with 3 rounds being among the best rounds seen in this round of the tourney thus far, but Andrade was the stronger, scoring a knockdown enroute to a 10 UD 97-92 97-93 96-93 to improve to 11-1-1 (4)
7 - Elroy Rojas 12-2-0 (4) vs 10 - Sergio Manuel Medina 11-2-1 (5) - Strong candidate for fight of the year here! This fight saw 5 knockdowns, Rojas went down in the 1st then took control from the 2nd through the 8th, scoring 2 knockdowns in the 8th. Medina then found the strength to score yet another knockdown in the 9th, only to have Rojas land yet another knockdown in the 10th! The fight went the distance, with the crowd on their feet cheering wildly for both fighters ad Rojas won a well earned decision 96-89 on all 3 cards! Rojas is now 13-2-0 (4).
8 - Jose Badillo 12-1-0 (8) vs 9 - Jose Rojas 13-2-0 (3) - yet another back and forth fight until the 10th, when Rojas scored a 10 KO! The score through 8 was 86-85 86-85 87-84 for Rojas at the time of the KO. This Rojas improves to 14-2-0 (4)!
Bantamweights
1 - Luis Alberto Perez 13-0-0 (8) vs 16 - Jorge Otero 9-4-1 (1) - Perez dominated in this one, despite being cut from an intentional butt by Otero in the 4th. Otero went down in the 5th, but held on to force it to the judges who saw it 98-91 97-92 97-92. Perez moves to 14-0-0 (8)
2 - Alexander Munoz 12-1-0 (8) vs 15 - Emilio Manuel 11-2-1 (1) - This bout started slowly when suddenly an awkward hook/uppercut cut Munoz so badly that the fight had to be immediately stopped in the 4th, score it a shocking upset TKO for Manuel who improves to 12-2-1 (2)!
3 - William Gonzalez 11-1-1 (5) vs 14 - Antonio Garcia 8-2-3 (0) - This fight was the epitome of dull until Gonzalez suddenly unleashed a vicious uppercut to floor Garcia in the 9th. He got up, but was sent to the canvas a second time before the bell rang. They returned to dullsville for round 10 and left it for the judges to sort it out. They saw it 96-94 97-93 96-94 for Gonzalez, who will have to perform better if he wishes to get past the next round! Gonzalez is now 12-1-1 (5)
4 - Luis Bolano 12-2-1 (7) vs 13 - Jose De Jesus Lopez 8-2-2 (5) - Bolano was cut in the 2nd, but pretty much dominated this one, knocking Lopez down in the 4th. He was cruising along when the cut split wide open from a Lopez jab to force the stoppage at 2:24 in the 7th to allow the now 9-2-2 (6) Lopez to continue on in this tourney!
5 - Feliciano Dario Azuaga Ledezma 10-1-2 (5) vs 12 - Jesus Salvador Perez 8-4-1 (2) - Great action bout in this one! Perez started out strong, then was dropped by Azuaga Ledezma in the 4th, then again in the 6th for the 10 count! Fight was dead even at the time of the stop as Perez did quite well to that point! Azuaga Ledezma improves to 11-1-2 (6)
6 - Pedro Rincon Miranda 12-1-2 (5) vs 11 - Julio David Roque Ler 12-1-0 (4) - Miranda just couldn't find an answer to the speed and power of Ler in this one as Ler knocked him down in the 8th on his way to a solid 98-91 97-91 98-90 decision. Ler is now 13-1-0 (4)
7 - Luis Bruno 9-2-3 (2) vs 10 - Mauricio Pastrana 9-3-2 (3) - Pastrana scored a knockdown in the first, was knocked down in the 5th, then scored another knockdown in the 8th enroute to a solid 96-91 96-91 95-91 over Bruno. Pastrana improves to 10-3-2 (3)
8 - Mauricio Martinez 9-1-2 (1) vs 9 - Ruben Osvaldo Condori 10-3-1 (1) Condori was quietly building a lead when in the 4th he was stunned by Martinez. Martinez's killer instinct kicked in and he pummeled Condori for the rest of the round with the referee stopping the bout at 2:54 in the 4th round for a TKO. The crowd boo'd the referee's decision as it was widely believed that he acted too soon. Martinez improves to 10-1-2 (2)
Flyweights
1 - Ronald Barrera 13-1-0 (4) vs 16 - Daniel Reyes 13-1-0 (8) - Barrera was determined to show he deserved his #1 seeding, knocking down Reyes in the 1st, then again in the 5th, then pounding away on a seriously dazed and confuzed Reyes until the referee mercifully ended the carnage! Barrera improves to 14-1-0 (5), silencing the critics about his power!
2 - Omar Narvaez 13-0-0 (6) vs 15 - Rafael Fuentes 8-4-1 (1) - Narvaez cut Fuentes with the very first punch of the fight, then proceded to pound away until the cut opened again in the 5th, bleeding so badly that the referee stopped the bout. Fuentes argued fiercely about it, but in this observers opinion it was a merciful decision as Fuentes was seriously over his head in this bout. Narvaez improves to 14-0-0 (7)
3 - Ivan Calderon 12-0-1 (2) vs 14 - Wellington Vincente 9-2-1 (1) - Dull fight that had me asking the ring gods to allow someone to end it and put the audience out of their misery. Calderon scored a knockdown that woke us all up for a brief moment, then they went back to sleep until the judges (how'd they stay awake?) determined that they all agreed, 97-94 for Calderon who remains unbeaten at 13-0-1 (2)
4 - Juan Palacios 12-1-1 (8) vs 13 - Jose Carita Lopez 11-2-0 (7) - Entertaining but very odd fight that saw Lopez dropped 3 times in the fight compared to Palacios's 1 time. The problem for Palacios is the only rounds he won were the 3 that had knockdowns! The ref's saw it 93-93 94-92 94-92 for Lopez who improves to 12-2-0 (7)
5 - Jhon Alberto Molina 13-1-0 (4) vs 12 - Lorenzo Parra 9-2-2 (8) - Parra simply dominated Molina, including a 5th round knockdown enroute to a 98-91 98-92 98-91 decision. Parra is now 10-2-2 (8)
6 - Roberto Vasquez 12-1-0 (5) vs 11 - Wilfrido Perez Valdez 10-1-2 (6) - Neither fighter could take control of this chess match. Both were expected to be banging away, but it never materialised, with the score being 95-95 96-94 95-96 as a Draw! These 2 will meet again in 2 weeks as Vasquez is now 12-1-1 (5) and Perez Valdez is now 10-1-3 (6)
7 - Noel Arambulet 11-1-0 (6) vs 10 - Juan Landaeta 12-1-0 (7) - This was a fight that everyone figured would have some fireworks. Both fighters tried to oblige, with Landaeta forging a lead despite a 1st round cut, when Arambulet reopened the cut, now a bad gash over the right eye. The fight was stopped as Landaeta just couldn't seem to see well with all the blood, with Arambulet moving on at 12-1-0 (7) with a 4th round TKO!
8 - Irene Pacheco 12-1-0 (9) vs 9 - Gilberto Tico Gonzalez 10-2-1 (5) - Pacheco had one thing in mind, and that was destruction! He scored knockdowns of Gonzalez in the 3rd and 4th, then in the 5th 2 more, BOTH 9 counts before the referee had seen enough! Pacheco improves to 13-1-0 (10)

Tourney results for round 1 will be edited to this post.

Draw Rematches:

Paco Torres came out and shocked Carl Davis Drummond with a knockdown early in the 1st, then pulled away to win a 10 decision 98-92 97-92 96-94. Lot of close rounds, both men were wary of one another after their first matchup, and the action suffered because of it Torres improves to 12-3-1 (3)

Carlos Baldomir came out with a vengance against Felix Flores, winning every single round in my eyes even though neither man went down. The judges scored it 100-90 99-91 99-91 to improve to 12-2-1 (1) and will continue to the next round.

Roberto Vasquez took the decision out of the hands of the judges against Perez Valdez in this one, jumping out of the gate and landing a beautiful series of combinations leading to Valdez going to sleep for the night at 1:32 in the 1st round! Vasquez improves to 13-1-1 (6)

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I like what you're doing here. But that font is horrible to read. The red is so unbearable I actually stopped reading it. Why everything in bold?

It could just be me. But i prefer the regular font. Maybe just bold the matchups to separate them or something. Just my .02
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