Home | Webstore
Latest News: - OOTP 15: Update #6 Released! - OOTP 15 Released! - FHM 2014: Version 1.6.19 Available! - iOOTP Baseball 2014 for iOS Available NOW! - Beyond the Sideline Football Announced! - Title Bout Championship Boxing 2.5 released!

OOTP 15 Released - Buy Now!

  

Go Back   OOTP Developments Forums > Title Bout Championship Boxing > TBCB Inside the Ropes

TBCB Inside the Ropes Your game and fantasy fights

Reply
 
LinkBack Thread Tools
Old 01-01-2012, 05:14 AM   #521 (permalink)
Hall Of Famer
 
PWillisTheMan's Avatar
 
Join Date: Sep 2008
Posts: 3,415
Thanks: 326
Thanked 976x in 756 posts
Jr Flyweight 4th Round- Part 2 of 4

Myung-Woo Yuh 21-1 (6) vs Ulises Solis 13-6-3 (7)

Archie landed a huge right hand early in the opening round that shook up Yuh and he carried his momentum through the opening stanza, later opening a cut under Yuh's left eye with another hard right hand. The second round was much closer with Yuh getting his jab working, but Solis continued to score with his right hand. In round three Myung slipped a hook and came back with a short right uppercut that put Solis down for a five count. Ulises battled back and they traded heavily over the final half minute of the round.

The fourth and fifth were explosive rounds with both men exchanging on the inside on fairly even terms and Ulises developing some nasty swelling on his left eye. Yuh used his speedy combinations and movement to make the sixth a clear round for the South Korean.

The seventh was the first slow round of the fight with neither man doing a whole lot. That changed in the eighth when they exploded out of their corners and Yuh responded to a wicked right hand with a 4 punch combo that drove Solis into the ropes. Myung-Woo unleashed with both hands until a short hook caught Archie flush on the chin and sent him down for the count.


Javier Varquez 21-0-1 (12) vs Rodel Mayol 32-11-2 (24)

Varguez had a big opening round, scoring with both hands and thwarting the aggression of Mayol. Rodel landed two hard right hands during a much better second and he floored Javier in the third with a brutal right hand. After Mayol dominated the fourth, Varguez stormed back in the fifth when he rocked his foe with a savage 3 punch combo. Mayol came back to hurt Varguez in round six with three uppercuts on the inside.

Rodel had noticeable swelling around both eyes when he came out for the seventh but that didn't stop him from staggering Javier with a right hand before walking into a counter hook that saw both men groggy as they traded leather with a slight edge going the way of varguez. The eight was another insane round of action with mayol unloading a series a right hands early that brought an immediate and sever swelling to Varguez left eye, but Javier stayed the course and a double hook buckled Mayol's legs later in the brutish stanza (17-16).

The action slowed a bit in round nine but Varguez took the initiative back in the tenth with a sustained body attack that seemed to sap the strength out of Rodel. The eleventh saw Rodel bounce back with a few booming crosses while Varguez continued to focus downstairs. In the final round that body work paid off and javier hammered the Filipino from pillar to post but it wasn't enough as mayol ended the Mexican's tournament and unlikely undefeated record with a razor thin MD, 114-113 x2 & 114-114


Jung-Koo Chang 20-0-2 (7) Will Grigsby 17-3-2 (2)

Rematch: Chang UD10


Wil fought a spoiling, and effective, fight early on using his legs and defense to frustrate Chang and build an early lead in a bout that didn't have much to report. Jung-Koo continued to press and get downstairs when he could and that started to show in the ninth when he tagged Grigsby with several clean combinations. The tenth saw chang open a nasty cut over Will's right eye with a cross and then in round eleven he sapped Grigsby's strength with a hook to the body and unloaded a barrage of shots to the head, punctuated with a devastating uppercut that slumped Will to the canvas for a ten count.


Brian Viloria 19-3 (8) vs Hugo Cazares 33-11 (24)

Viloria turned this highly anticipated clash into a showcase of his speed and power, lighting up Hugo with punishing combinations over the first two rounds before opening a bad cut on his left eyelid early in the third and hammering his iron chinned opponent until blood was flying in the air during a hideously one sided round until the ref stepped in.
__________________
http://www.ootpdevelopments.com/boar...urnaments.html- Nerd Tournaments
PWillisTheMan is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 01-03-2012, 03:09 AM   #522 (permalink)
Hall Of Famer
 
PWillisTheMan's Avatar
 
Join Date: Sep 2008
Posts: 3,415
Thanks: 326
Thanked 976x in 756 posts
Jr Flyweight 4th Round- Part 3 of 4

Ivan Calderon 38-2-5 (2) vs Leo Gamez 66-19-6 (30)

Rematch: D12


In a fight that was close but low on excitement, Calderon appeared to take a slight edge late with some nice combos in the tenth and eleventh rounds. Gamez stormed back in the twelfth and they exchanged for much of the round with Calderon's back to the ropes until Gamez scored with two vicious uppercuts in the closing seconds to clearly win the round and earn a unanimous draw, 114-114 x3


Beibis Mendoza 21-1 (18) vs Eric Ortiz 16-6 (7)

Mendoza beat eric to the punch through much of the early rounds though Ortiz was surprisingly able to take his best stuff well. Ortiz rallied a bit in the seventh and eighth with hard right hands before Mendoza forged inside and out-worked him over the next three rounds. Midway through the final round Ortiz staggered him with an uppercut and rained blows down on the exhausted Colombian for the remainder of the fight. But Mendoza maintained his feet and took the well deserved UD, 117-111 x2 & 115-113


Hilario Zapata 37-5-3 (8) vs Roberto Vasquez 38-7 (26)

Zapata put his extensive skills on display early as he evaded the advances of Vasquez and puffed up Roberto's left eye with jabs and crisp counter hooks. Roberto got going in the fifth when he rocked his fellow Panamanian with a booming right hand and Zapata drew two cautions for holding. Hilario got it back on track in the sixth and he appeared to be on cruise control when the ref shockingly ruled a clash of heads during the tenth an intentional headbutt from Zapata and Hilario was promptly disqualified in a fight he was winning convincingly.


Luis Estaba 19-2-2 (8) vs Muangchai Kittikasem 15-6-1 (11)

Kittikasem had a nice opening round with hard combos to the body and Estaba came back in the second with crisp counter-punches. The next few rounds were tight and then a war broke out in the sixth, Muangchai connected with a searing left hand that opened a bad cut over Estaba's right eye and Luis launched a counter attack that included a brilliant 4 punch combo before they spent the final half minute trading bombs at close quarters.

With Estaba clearly bothered by the cut, Kittikasem took over in the seventh and eigth with a furious assault to the head and body that had things looking dire for the heavily favored Estaba. Luis sucked it up and stung Muangchai with a hard right hand during a better round nine and he peppered the Thai fighter with blistering combo's during a dominant tenth. They traded evenly during a torrid eleventh but Kittikasem's body work had Luis breathing out of his mouth at the bell. Muangchai rocked Estaba early in the final round with an uppercut and he hammered Estab throughout the stanza with savage body shots and uppercuts and hooks to the head(3-30) to punctuate another great upset performance and move into the round of sixteen.


Rematch

Ivan Calderon 38-2-6 (2) vs Leo Gamez 66-19-7 (30)

Ivan came out much more active and he dominated the first two stanzas with clean combinations, he was also badly lacerated on his left eyelid by a Gamez right hand just before the bell ending round two. The cut was clearly a factor as Gamez got his offense going over the next three rounds that were close but appeared to favor the Venezuelan. From there the bout was a mirror image of their first two with very difficult rounds to score before calderon put his punches together to clearly earn the last two rounds, but it wasn't enough as the judges sided with gamez and drew a chorus of boos from the crowd, 115-113 x2 & 114-114
__________________
http://www.ootpdevelopments.com/boar...urnaments.html- Nerd Tournaments
PWillisTheMan is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 01-04-2012, 03:15 PM   #523 (permalink)
Hall Of Famer
 
PWillisTheMan's Avatar
 
Join Date: Sep 2008
Posts: 3,415
Thanks: 326
Thanked 976x in 756 posts
Jr Flyweight 4th Round- Part 4 of 4

Ronald Barrera 20-1-1 (16) vs Muvhuso Nedzanani 17-5 (11)

Rematch: Barrera TKO7


Barrera started fast with vicious inside shots and he twice rocked his foe with hooks in the opening round. They traded back and forth for much of the second until Nedzanani connected with a violent uppercut that had barrera holding on. The pendulum swung back the Colombians way in the third as he out-fought the South African during three minutes of grueling in-fighting. Muvhuso drilled Ronald with a 3 punch combo a minute into the fourth and he spent the remainder of the round ripping hard body shots and driving uppercuts through barrera's guard as he covered along the ropes. Ronald never recovered as Nedzanani unleashed a never ending fusillade of blows and only his chin and will kept him on his feet as Muvhuso garnered revenge by the way of a wide UD, 118-110 x2 & 117-111


Reinaldo Becerra 17-4-2 (7) vs Giovanni Segura 16-5-1 (8)

Becerra stuck and moved effectively for the majority of the opening round and then he fired off a three punch combo that exploded Segura's nose just before the bell. Giovanni got on track in the third with a grueling body attack, but Becerra continued to counter well and work his jab while segura's nose became an ugly spectacle. Segura hurt him a couple times along the way, but Becerra's superior skills and the sad state of his face led Reinaldo to an upset UD, 116-112 x2 & 116-113


Jake Matlala 35-5-6 (15) vs Jorge Arce 52-13-2 (32)

The size difference was vast and Arce enforced it with disdain, cutting off the ring and hammering Matlala with hooks to the head and body that saw his right eye closing by the end of the fifth round. The body attack started breaking down jake from there and he dumped him with right hands in the tenth and twelfth en route to the dominant UD and a date with Michael Carbajal in the sweet 16. 119-108, 118-109 & 117-109


Humberto Gonzalez 19-2-1 (12) vs Hwan-Jin Kim 11-10-1 (2)

Humberto was too much all around for Kim, opening a bad cut over his right eye in the opening round and gradually closing his left eye with a steady stream of jabs. With Gonzalez winning every round and Hwan-Jin's face disintegrating by the second the fight was stopped in round seven. While upsets have exploded a lot of these brackets, Humberto moves on to a highly anticipated clash with Yoko Gushiken.
__________________
http://www.ootpdevelopments.com/boar...urnaments.html- Nerd Tournaments
PWillisTheMan is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 01-04-2012, 07:17 PM   #524 (permalink)
Hall Of Famer
 
PWillisTheMan's Avatar
 
Join Date: Sep 2008
Posts: 3,415
Thanks: 326
Thanked 976x in 756 posts
Flyweight 5th Round- Part 1 of 4

Pascual Perez 23-0 (15) vs Rosendo Alvarez 53-12-3 (28)

Perez used his blazing combinations to frustrate Alvarez and build up an early lead. While Rosendo was in the fight, he was out-landed at will and Perez began to dominate even more in the second half including opening a nasty cut over his left eye in the tenth with a wicked right hand. The eleventh was brutal as Perez ripped off one power shot after another before a blistering 4 punch combo dropped Alvarez for a four count just before the bell. Rosendo lumbered out for the final round but Pascual was waiting for him with a furious barrage of shots that prompted the TKO.


Jimmy Wilde 21-2 (17) vs Teddy Gardner 17-3-3 (4)

Wilde was dominant throughout the fight while the Brit was more concerned with protecting his health than he was advancing in the tournament. In the end he got neither as Jimmy landed a murderous right hand flush on the chin at the end of round ten that had Teddy out cold for several minutes.


Pongsaklek Wongjongkam 23-0 (12) vs Johnny Hill 17-6 (3)

The top seeds continued to roll as Wongjongkam gave the Scot a comprehensive lesson, swelling up his left eye from steady jabs and alternately working him over on the inside with heavy body punches. Hill was competitive in the majority of the rounds but he didn't win nearly enough of them and Pong took a wide UD, 118-110 & 117-111 x2


Midget Wolgast 40-5-1 (4) vs Frankie Genaro 19-2-2 (9)

These two showed off their speed and defense early on, but Wolgast was able to score a bit more to take the opening stanza. The second was nip and tuck as Genaro got his jab working overtime while Midget countered with short right hands. Wolgast opened the the third scoring heavily with combo's and a sweeping uppercut put Genaro down briefly for a two count and he scored with several clean shots over the final minute of the fight. Frankie rebounded well in the fourth and fifth as he added some clean straight right hands behind his jab and deftly evaded Wolgast counters. Round six was a tightly contested chess match that saw little to choose between the two combatants.

The next three rounds saw Genaro sticking and moving like he was walking on air. In one dazzling spot towards the end of round eight he landed a double jab, slipped a right and spun Wolgast into the ropes and then drilled him with a brilliant 3 punch combo to the head. Wolgast showed his championship pedigree in the tenth when he switched things up and dug a bevy of hard hooks to Genaro's side and some short uppercuts and hooks to the head behind them. The last two rounds were like the sixth, impossible to call with both men shutting down their opponents offense with the exception of jabs and an occasional right hand. When all was said and done the judges sided with Wolgast via UD, 116-112 & 115-113 x2
__________________
http://www.ootpdevelopments.com/boar...urnaments.html- Nerd Tournaments
PWillisTheMan is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 01-04-2012, 08:45 PM   #525 (permalink)
Hall Of Famer
 
Jackyle's Avatar
 
Join Date: Mar 2011
Location: Connecticut
Posts: 2,682
Thanks: 1,351
Thanked 1,366x in 988 posts
Really great reading. I love the premium modern match up's. Can't believe Calderon lost.
Jackyle is offline   Reply With Quote
Thank you for this post:
PWillisTheMan (01-04-2012)
Old 01-04-2012, 09:59 PM   #526 (permalink)
Hall Of Famer
 
PWillisTheMan's Avatar
 
Join Date: Sep 2008
Posts: 3,415
Thanks: 326
Thanked 976x in 756 posts
Quote:
Originally Posted by Jackyle View Post
Really great reading. I love the premium modern match up's. Can't believe Calderon lost.
Thanks for keeping up, I couldn't believe it either. It looked like he won both of those fights.
__________________
http://www.ootpdevelopments.com/boar...urnaments.html- Nerd Tournaments
PWillisTheMan is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 01-05-2012, 12:53 AM   #527 (permalink)
Hall Of Famer
 
Jackyle's Avatar
 
Join Date: Mar 2011
Location: Connecticut
Posts: 2,682
Thanks: 1,351
Thanked 1,366x in 988 posts
Quote:
Originally Posted by PWillisTheMan View Post
Thanks for keeping up, I couldn't believe it either. It looked like he won both of those fights.
I lost track for a bit with the Holiday's, and have been working on ranking some new boxers, so I am still reading through. It's really excellent. LOL, I actually prefer reading yours then doing my own since ranking fighters has become more of a priority then my UNI (and more enjoyable). Works out pretty well.
Jackyle is offline   Reply With Quote
Thank you for this post:
PWillisTheMan (01-05-2012)
Old 01-05-2012, 01:34 AM   #528 (permalink)
Hall Of Famer
 
PWillisTheMan's Avatar
 
Join Date: Sep 2008
Posts: 3,415
Thanks: 326
Thanked 976x in 756 posts
Quote:
Originally Posted by Jackyle View Post
I lost track for a bit with the Holiday's, and have been working on ranking some new boxers, so I am still reading through. It's really excellent. LOL, I actually prefer reading yours then doing my own since ranking fighters has become more of a priority then my UNI (and more enjoyable). Works out pretty well.
Your rankings are very solid and that helps me a lot. I prefer tweaking to doing the whole thing. Some of your rankings will be in the next tournaments.
__________________
http://www.ootpdevelopments.com/boar...urnaments.html- Nerd Tournaments
PWillisTheMan is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 01-05-2012, 04:53 PM   #529 (permalink)
Hall Of Famer
 
PWillisTheMan's Avatar
 
Join Date: Sep 2008
Posts: 3,415
Thanks: 326
Thanked 976x in 756 posts
Flyweight 5th Round- Part 2 of 4

Fidel LaBarba 39-7-1 (6) vs Santos Laciar 35-6-4 (10)

Fidel controlled the opening minute of the first with his jab and then Santos burst in with an uppercut followed by a hard combination that momentarily stunned his foe. Santos got the best of a round ending exchange. The second and third rounds were docile and close, but laBarba did lose a point for low blows towards the end of round three. After another slow round the tempo rose in the fifth with Fidel scoring with two hard right hands after a series of jabs and Laciar ripping off several hard body shots in another too close to call round. Santos had the first dominant stanza of the bout in round six when he stunned LaBarba with a flush right hand and again late in the round with a sizzling hook.

Back to business as usual in a fast paced seventh with laBarba scoring more frequently with one-twos while Laciar landed the heavier stuff to the head and body. These two are so evenly matched you may as well flip a coin, Laciar landed a herculean uppercut midway through the round but Fidel responded late with a dazzling 3 punch combo. Fidel controlled the ninth with his jab and some swift movement and then Santos came right back in round ten with a huge right hand and a late uppercut. The final two rounds were again close but Laciar scored well in the final round and many thought he edged it, unfortunately for him the judges couldn't declare a winner. 115-114, 113-115 & 114-114


Mark Johnson 57-8-2 (30) vs Fighting Harada 41-4-2 (22)

Johnson's speed had Harada befuddled in the opening round with sharp movement and a steady flow of jabs and left hands. Harada scored with a vicious right hand early in the second and the entire round was all harada as he pounded Mark with right hands and hooks to the head and body. The see saw switched back Too Sharps way in round three as he peppered Harada from the outside with solid combos. Mark again out-boxed him in the fourth but he also drew a warning for pushing down on harada's neck.

Fighting rocked Johnson with a hard right hand thirty seconds into the fifth and he followed up with a brutal right to the body and a 3 punch combo that drew some nasty swelling from Johnson's right eye. Harada scored with two more hard rights before the bell. Round six was the best so far as harada continued to land his lead right hand until Johnson connected with a scorching combination that buckled the Japanese fighters knees. mark moved in with a hook to the body and Harada countered with a devastating uppercut that snapped back mark's head.

Too Sharp opened the seventh with a crushing uppercut and Harada fired back with a flurry to the body and a right hand flush on the chin before Mark unleashed another massive uppercut that erupted swelling on harada's right eye. they traded heavily down the stretch until two vicious hooks rocked Fighting just before the bell. Harada was in command behind his lead right in the eighth as the pace seemed to dictate that Johnson take a round off.

The ninth was devoid of action and Harada was out-working him on the inside in round ten when Johnson connected with a murderous cross that staggered harada with fifteen seconds left and then johnson ripped a hook to the body and snapped back his head with an uppercut. Harada was the more active fighter over the last two rounds, but johnson did hurt him late in the twelfth with a short hook flush on the chin. The judges were split, but harada emerged from the tough battle, 117-112, 113-115 & 116-112


Panama Al Brown 42-3-1 (26) vs Pancho Villa 18-5 (5)

Villa opened up with some beautiful inside work until Al countered with a crushing hook to the chin that staggered Villa and set off a nasty exchange over the final half minute. The second was tactical and close before Pancho took command of round three on the inside, raking over brown with hard body shots and stunning him with an uppercut flush on the chin. Brown scored with a hard right and a follow up hook that stunned Villa in the fourth but Pancho came back late with a double hook to the body and a short uppercut to the chin that shook Brown.

Pancho worked Brown over on the inside in round five with a furious body attack, but he did catch a violent hook and a warning for holding and hitting. Round six was a torrid affair as Villa continued to swarm Brown on the inside and Panama countered with some heavy uppercuts and hooks. Another tight round that followed the same pattern but it saw Pancho deducted a point for holding and hitting in a very close round. Not much went on in round eight and your guess is as good as mine.

The ninth was the biggest round of the fight for Brown as he thrice stunned Villa with hard right hands. Al stunned Villa with a right hand a minute into the tenth and followed up with a flurry to the body and a bruising three punch combo to the head. Villa responded with a double hook and Brown hurt him again with a left uppercut and a straight right hand. After a reprieve for both in the eleventh Brown went back to work in the final round behind a stiff jab and some hard right hands, he punctuated a dominant round with a murderous uppercut just before the bell. The late rally from brown was enough to secure the UD, 116-112, 115-113 & 114-113


Elky Clark 21-1-1 (13) vs Miguel Canto 19-3-1 (3)

Elky scored with a hard hook early in the opening round and that paved the way for a clear round for the Scot. Early in the second canto tagged Clark with a counter combo he didn't see coming and Clark hit the deck for a five count. Miguel, in the unusual position of finisher, unleashed with both hands and connected with countless blows that left Clark's left eye badly swollen. The next two rounds were all Canto as he scored with 3 and 4 punch combo's while deftly avoiding anything Elky had to offer. After a slow fifth Clark got his offense going in round six where he scored with some heavy hooks to the head and body.

Elky maintained his momentum in the seventh and the eighth, bullying Canto to the ropes and getting through his incredible defense with some clean right hands and hooks. Canto dominated round nine with an exquisite display of countering and defense off of the ropes. the final three rounds were close and fought at a slow pace, but Canto did enough to advance with the tough UD, 116-112 & 115-113 x2


Rematch:

Fidel LaBarba 39-7-2 (6) vs Santos Laciar 35-6-5 (10)

Fidel toom the opening round behind his sterling jab and used it well in the opening moments of the second when Laciar slipped one and came under with a short hook square on the chin that put LaBarba flat on his back, he was barely moving and shocked everyone when he arose just before the ref reached ten. Then the Filipino used his immense defensive skills to survive the round while Laciar over anxiously went for the finish. Then things reverted back to the pattern of their first encounter with three rounds that were impossible to score before Laciar used several hard right hands to take the sixth.

The fight remained tactical over the second half with Fidel scoring well with his jabs and right hands while Laciar landed the harder shots including a booming right hand in round eleven that left LaBarba holding on. Fidel mounted a furious rally at the beginning of the twelfth, ripping off 3, 4 and even 5 punch combinations but laciar came back in the final minute with combinations of his own in what was a sensational final round. But this time the judges all sided with the harder shots of the Argentinean and Laciar advanced with a well earned UD, 116-111 & 115-112 x2
__________________
http://www.ootpdevelopments.com/boar...urnaments.html- Nerd Tournaments
PWillisTheMan is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 01-08-2012, 10:54 AM   #530 (permalink)
Hall Of Famer
 
PWillisTheMan's Avatar
 
Join Date: Sep 2008
Posts: 3,415
Thanks: 326
Thanked 976x in 756 posts
Flyweight 5th Round- Part 3 of 4

Vic Darchinyan 59-6-1 (52) vs Newsboy Brown 31-12-3 (6)

Vic scored with two hard crosses early in the opening round before Brown got his jab working right up until just before the bell when Darchinyan launched a wild overhand left that caught Brown on the temple and dropped him for a four count. Vic pounced on Newsboy in the second and pounded him with massive shots to the head and body during a lopsided stanza. Brown came back to fight on even terms in the third and he boxed circles around the Raging Bull in round four, jabbing, hooking and turning a frustrated Darchinyan for the full three minutes. But it was short lived as Darchinyan rocked him again in the fifth with a thunderous cross and opened a terrible cut on Brown's right eyelid with another bomb in round six, that cut eventually led to the fight being stopped in round eight.


Roberto Vasquez 39-7 (26) vs Horacio Accavallo 20-2-2 (14)

Vasquez jumped out to an early lead scoring with hard right hands in the first two rounds. Accavallo started ripping hooks to the body and bringing uppercuts and hooks to the chin. A vicious uppercut sliced open a cut over Roberto's right eye in round four and he really struggled as the blood flowed into his eye. With Horacio pulling away and the wound worsening, the fight was halted in round seven.


Irene Pacheco 22-1 (17) vs Benny Lynch 15-5-3 (8)

In a bizarre trifecta of sorts, Lynch tagged pacheco with nasty counters from the outset and opened a wicked cut on Pacheco's forehead in round four that poured down his face until the fight was stopped in round nine.


Hiroyuki Ebihara 15-8 (8) vs Shoji Oguma 19-3-1 (7)

LOL, a clash of heads opened a bad cut over Ebihara's left eye in the opening round and he fought cautiously while Shoji was content to use his jab and occasional left hands before the cut reopened even more severely and they went to the cards early in round six. Oguma took the UTD, 49-47 x3
__________________
http://www.ootpdevelopments.com/boar...urnaments.html- Nerd Tournaments
PWillisTheMan is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 01-11-2012, 10:06 AM   #531 (permalink)
Hall Of Famer
 
PWillisTheMan's Avatar
 
Join Date: Sep 2008
Posts: 3,415
Thanks: 326
Thanked 976x in 756 posts
Flyweight 5th Round- Part 4 of 4

Nonito Donaire 39-5-1 (23) vs Koki kameda 19-3-1 (11)

Koki controlled the opening two minutes of the bout from the inside as he smothered Nonito's punches, then Donaire unleashed a violent right hand that buckled Kameda's legs, a 3 punch combo was followed by another huge right hand and two savage hooks just before the bell brought on some swelling on Kameda's right eye. Nonito retained control over the next three rounds with hard combos that had Kameda in a defensive posture.

Round five saw Koki make a stand and they traded heavy leather on even terms until Kameda stunned Donaire with a short right hand and he followed up with two hard body shots and an uppercut to get on the scoreboard. His triumph was short lived as Nonito countered a right to the body with a left uppercut a half minute into round six that nearly floored Koki and Donaire unloaded his full arsenal, scoring with at least fifteen unanswered blows before the ref leaped in between them.


Valentin Angelmann 16-6-1 (3) vs Rinty Monaghan 15-6-3 (2)

In a fight that was short on fireworks, the Frenchman was able to stifle Monaghan's attack with movement and holding and he used his counters well enough to pull off another upset and defeat the frustrated Monaghan by concise UD, 118-113, 117-113 & 116-113


Candido Tellez 19-3-1 (12) vs Diosdado Gabi 18-5 (9)

They split the first two rounds as they measured each other from range. That all changed in round three when tellez exploded on the inside and dropped Diosdado with a barrage of shots for an eight count. With over a minute remaining in the round the Mexican hammered away at his rival with both hands in a furious attempt to end the fight. Gabi was able to survive the onslaught and early in the fourth a wild and perhaps over confident Candido walked into a winging uppercut and was floored himself for the mandatory eight count, Gabi ripped to the body and snapped back Tellez head with several crushing uppercuts.

Tellez continued the see saw ride when he rocked Gabi early in the fifth with a brutal right hand. This time he was more measured, but he still delved out a world of pain to the Filipino fighter before the bell sounded. Midway through the sixth Tellez dug a hook deep into gabi's side and dropped him on his hands and knees. He barely beat the count and Candido promptly ripped another hook to the body and dropped him with a devastating uppercut for the ten count.


Jackie Paterson 20-3-1 (9) vs Jorge Arce 53-13-2 (32)

Paterson bludgeoned Arce in the first two rounds and opened up a deep gash on the bridge of Arce's nose that poured down both sides of his face. Jorge came back in the third behind a barrage of hooks to the body while paterson countered with short hooks. The next several rounds were competitive, but Jackie was landing at an alarming clip and Arce's face is disintegrating by the second. Arce dug in and began to rally in the eighth when he pressed paterson to the ropes and out-fought him while the crowd roared. Jorge continued his comeback in the ninth and tenth with his work rate overwhelming the still accurate Paterson while he fought off of the ropes. Round eleven was a better round for Paterson as he landed several clean combinations while Jorge continued to bang to the body. Early in the final round Paterson landed a stiff jab that erupted Arce's face all over the ring, the doctor and referee concluded that Arce could not finish the final round and a near riot ensued. When the dust was settled Paterson advanced in bittersweet style with a one point lead on all three score cards.
__________________
http://www.ootpdevelopments.com/boar...urnaments.html- Nerd Tournaments
PWillisTheMan is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 01-11-2012, 10:23 AM   #532 (permalink)
Hall Of Famer
 
Jackyle's Avatar
 
Join Date: Mar 2011
Location: Connecticut
Posts: 2,682
Thanks: 1,351
Thanked 1,366x in 988 posts
Geez, tough draw for Mark Johnson. Well at least he's going to the hall of fame this year
Jackyle is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 01-11-2012, 11:23 AM   #533 (permalink)
Hall Of Famer
 
PWillisTheMan's Avatar
 
Join Date: Sep 2008
Posts: 3,415
Thanks: 326
Thanked 976x in 756 posts
Jr Bantamweight 3rd Round- part 1 of 4

Vic Darchinyan 60-6-1 (53) vs Jose Carita Lopez 31-13-1 (21)

Rematch: Darchinyan TKO4


Vic Darchinyan opened up in his usually violent fashion, clubbing Lopez with wicked left hands and right hooks to the body during a dominant opening round, then with seconds left in the round Lopez shot a brutal right hand that connected flush and put Vic flat on his back, he somehow managed to rise just before the ten count in what was nearly one of the more shocking results I';ve seen. Carita looked confident as he rumbled out for the second and scored with another right hand, Darchinyan swiftly countered with a left uppercut and an overhand left that crashed into Lopez chin and sent him down for the count to end a whirlwind war.


Khaosai Galaxy 21-0 (17) vs Rafael Orono 14-5-3 (3)

Orono boxed beautifully in the first three rounds, peppering Galaxy with combinations and bouncing in and out of harms way. Even then, galaxy's powerful left hand created some nasty swelling on Rafael's right eye. Khosai's body work began to slow Orono down and an uppercut dropped the Venezuelan in the sixth for a seven count. Orono got less bold and another uppercut opened a gash over his grotesquely swollen right eye in round eight. By the tenth his face was a mess and with galaxy pouring it on along the ropes the ref stopped it a minute into the round.


Mark Johnson 57-9-2 (30) vs Hyung-Chul Lee 16-4-2 (8)

Lee shocked and thrilled his hometown crowd by flooring Johnson with his first punch of the fight, a searing hook, and mark barely beat the count. After Lee scored several hard blows with Johnson along the ropes Too sharp showed his warrior heart and traded with Hyung-Chul for the remainder of an incredible opening three minutes. Things got worse for Johnson in the third when lee opened a nasty cut over Johnson's right eye. Mark rebounded in the fourth with a dominant round behind his souhtpaw jab and some short hooks. Lee had trouble catching up to Mark from that point on and Johnson dominated most every round to take the impressive UD on foreign soil, 114-113, 117-111 & 117-110


Julio Cesar Borboa 19-1-1 (11) vs Alberto Castro 15-6-1 (10)

In a fight that was contested mostly on the inside, Borboa scored with the heavier blows during the exchanges and managed to take a tight UD in a grappling, foul filled affair, 116-113 & 115-114 x2
__________________
http://www.ootpdevelopments.com/boar...urnaments.html- Nerd Tournaments
PWillisTheMan is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 01-12-2012, 04:30 PM   #534 (permalink)
Hall Of Famer
 
PWillisTheMan's Avatar
 
Join Date: Sep 2008
Posts: 3,415
Thanks: 326
Thanked 976x in 756 posts
Jr Bantamweight 3rd Round- part 2 of 4

Sung Kil Moon 36-5-4 (20) vs Jorge Arce 53-14-2 (32)

Moon quickly established inside dominance with body shots and some uppercuts in the opening round. Sung turned up the heat in the second and he rocked Arce several times with crushing hooks to the head that left Jorge with a severely swollen right eye by the end of the round. Moon jumped on him again in round three and he floored Arce with a short uppercut for a four count. Arce gamely tried to fight back but the South Korean was teeing off and landing flush power shots when the ref called a halt.


Johnny Tapia 45-12-9 (18) vs Jose Ruiz 14-8 (3)

This was a tactical affair for the majority of the bout and the fight was up for grabs after nine less than compelling rounds. Johnny went Mi Vida Loca down the stretch, battering Ruiz with sharp combinations and nearly dropping him the eleventh with a dazzling 3 punch combo to pull out the UD and move on. 117-113 x2 & 116-114


Nonito Donaire 40-5-1 (24) vs Luis Perez 33-9-3 (17)

Perez shocked everyone when he put Donaire on the seat of his pants with a wicked hook less than a minute into the fight. Nonito was up at six on wobbly legs and Luis scored heavily over the remainder of the round. the second and third saw much of the same with Perez bulling inside and ripping hooks to the body and head while Donaire struggled to get off. The Filipino connected with a sterling counter hook halfway through the fourth that stemmed the tide and he landed two hard 3 punch combos in the final minute to secure his first round.

Donaire kept his distance and used his jab to take the next two rounds while Perez began to look a bit frustrated. Luis staggered Donaire early in round seven with an uppercut and set off a torrid exchange of blows that saw another counter hook from Nonito send Perez stumbling across the ring where he followed him with a punishing right hand just before the bell(19-16). Both showed the pace in round eight and they took a breather in a slow, but even round.

Perez landed heavily to the body in round nine and he effectively smothered Donaire's offense. The tenth was tight, with Luis being the more active fighter but Donaire scoring with two vicious combinations and a hook to probably edge the round. With it all on the line Donaire exploded in the final two rounds, boxing brilliantly and repeatedly tagging Perez with lead rights and hooks to the head while showing off some defensive skills. That was just enough to thwart the upset bid and Nonito took the narrowest of UD's. 114-113 x3


Jiro Watanabe 20-2 (14) vs Fernando Montiel 35-8-1 (17)

Watanabe rocked Montiel in the first round with a hard cross and set the tone for an incredibly impressive performance. Other than a brief rally in rounds five through seven Montiel was completely outclassed and he was floored twice in round eight and twice more in round ten. Only Fernando's heart kept him upright to hear the lopsided UD for Watanabe. 117-105 x3
__________________
http://www.ootpdevelopments.com/boar...urnaments.html- Nerd Tournaments
PWillisTheMan is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 01-12-2012, 05:15 PM   #535 (permalink)
Hall Of Famer
 
PWillisTheMan's Avatar
 
Join Date: Sep 2008
Posts: 3,415
Thanks: 326
Thanked 976x in 756 posts
Jr Bantamweight 3rd Round- part 3 of 4

Samson Dutch Boy Gym17-3-2 (10) vs Z Gorres 14-8 (6)

Rematch: Boy Gym TKO9


Gorres had a strong opening round, boxing well behind his jab and mixing in some straight left hands. Gym came back in the second and floored Z with a hard cross for a five count. Gorres rebounded in the next couple rounds with speedy combinations and then Samson floored him again in the sixth with an uppercut. The pace slowed from there with Dutch Boy looking like he had a slight edge. Early in the twelfth Gorres was rocked by a hook and then Samson walked into a murderous uppercut that floored him for a seven count. gorres poured it on but was unable to finish his foe. What he was able to do was secure an upset UD with the final round knock down. 114-111 & 113-112 x2


Oscar Arciniega 8-8-7 (3) vs Julio Ler 13-7-2 (5)

In what was far from a memorable scrap, Arciniega used his boxing skills and a fourth round knock down to secure the UD and advance to the sweet 16. 118-111, 117-111 & 115-114


Ellyas Pical 13-5-4 (4) vs Martin Castillo 16-5-1 (5)

These two wasted no time and they traded heavily in the opening round until Pical rocked Castillo with a hard left hand and followed up with a barrage of shots to take the round. The second was very close with Castillo countering an aggressive Pical well. Martin boxed brilliantly in the next three rounds, sticking his jab into Pical's face and defending and countering masterfully along the ropes. The pace slowed in round six and there was little to choose between them.

With his left eye rapidly swelling, Pical was ultra offensive in the seventh and he stunned Martin twice with uppercuts in a dominant round. the pendulum swung back to the Mexican in the next two rounds with Castillo continuously scoring with clean combinations. Ellyas came back in the tenth with some nasty body work on the inside. The final two rounds weren't action packed, but Castillo used his jab to edge them and take the MD, 116-112, 115-113 & 114-114


Nobuo Nashiro 8-11-3 (3) vs Gilberto Roman 16-5-1 (9)

The first stanza was action packed with Nashiro landing speedy combos and Roman blasting away with hard right hands, one of which opened a terrible gash over Nashiro's left eye. The second was another tight round before Nobuo took the third with an aggressive display of combination punching. Early in the fourth a big right hand from Roman exploded the cut and caused an early end to a promising looking fight.
__________________
http://www.ootpdevelopments.com/boar...urnaments.html- Nerd Tournaments
PWillisTheMan is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 01-16-2012, 12:01 PM   #536 (permalink)
Hall Of Famer
 
PWillisTheMan's Avatar
 
Join Date: Sep 2008
Posts: 3,415
Thanks: 326
Thanked 976x in 756 posts
Jr Bantamweight 3rd Round- part 4 of 4

Jose Rojas 8-13-1 (3) vs Akeem Anifowoshe 32-10-1 (24)

Kid Akeem used his length to keep Rojas on the end of his jab and dominate the first three rounds. He staggered Jose early in the fourth with a straight right hand, banged a hook to the body and brought another hook to the head that flattened Rojas for the ten count.


Leo Gamez 67-19-7 (30) vs Hugo Cazares 33-12 (24)

Rematch: Gamez TKO5


Cazares emphatically turned the tables on Gamez with a bruising performance that ended when Gamez was dropped twice in round five with vicious uppercuts and a follow up barrage caused the ref to stop the one sided drubbing.


Santos Laciar 36-6-5 (10) vs Thanomsak Sithbaobay 16-5-1 (6)

Laciar came out blazing and rocked Thanomsak three times with hard right hands, late in the round a crushing hook dropped the Thai fighter for a seven count. Laciar greeted him with a booming right hand that snapped back his head and his neck went limp so the ref called a halt at 2:56 of the opening round.


Gerry Penalosa 31-8-7 (16) vs Malcolm Tunacao 16-5-1 (12)

Rematch: Penalosa SD10 & TKO10


Gerry boxed beautifully in the first two rounds, firing off beautiful combos to the head and body. Tunacao met him on the inside for the entire three minutes in round three and he landed several heavy uppercuts. A short hook drove Penalosa into the ropes during round four and Malcolm followed him there and landed heavily to the head and body during a dominant round.

Tunacao continued to out-work Gerry in the fifth but Penalosa countered well off of the ropes. Penalosa responded in the sixth and peppered Tunacao with 3 and 4 punch combinations until Malcolm staggered him late with a huge cross. Penalosa again found himself under heavy fire in the seventh and a winging right hand floored Gerry for a three count. Tunacao hammered him for the rest of the round and left Penalosa with a badly swollen right eye. Gerry scored with a nice right hand to start round eight but Tunacao again bulled him to the ropes and out-landed him in a fast paced round. Penalosa briefly turned things around in the ninth, but tunacao's strength and work rate were too much down the stretch and he garnered revenge with an impressive UD, 117-110 x2 & 116-112
__________________
http://www.ootpdevelopments.com/boar...urnaments.html- Nerd Tournaments
PWillisTheMan is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 01-18-2012, 10:36 PM   #537 (permalink)
Hall Of Famer
 
PWillisTheMan's Avatar
 
Join Date: Sep 2008
Posts: 3,415
Thanks: 326
Thanked 976x in 756 posts
Bantamweight 5th Round- Part 1 of 4

Carlos Zarate 41-4 (33) vs Fighting Harada 42-4-2 (22)

Zarate started off with a huge right hand and Harada scored well with his jab during a fast paced opening round that saw Carlos finish with a debilitating hook to the body. Harada absorbed another nasty hook to the body early in the second but he was able to rebound and control the distance with his jab while Zarate pressed the fight and scored sporadically with right hands. Carlos explodes out of his corner for round three and drills Harada with a double hook to the body and then snaps his head back with an uppercut, two right hands a hook to the body and another devastating uppercut have Harada in a bad way. Zarate unloads with both hands and scores with at least ten unanswered shots until a sizzling left hook crashes into his jaw and Harada pitches forward onto his face where he takes the obligatory ten count before the medical staff rushed into the ring.


Manuel Ortiz 21-1-1 (9) vs Raul Casanova 16-6-2 (6)

Ortiz put on a clinic, pasting Casanova to the head and body from the opening bell. His sharp right hands had Raul's left eye closing by the end of round five and an uppercut broke his nose in round eight. With Ortiz well ahead on the cards two hard jabs exploded Casanova's already massacred nose and the ref stepped in and called a halt to what was a mismatch.


Rafael Marquez 64-3-2 (44) vs Jesus Pimentel 17-6 (13)

The fighters opened in a surprisingly cautious manner until the final half minute when Pimentel staggered Marquez with a hard right hand and again with an uppercut just before the bell. Rafa wasted no time getting back into things in the second when he ripped off a four punch combo to the head and body that had Pimentel reeling. Marquez continued to batter him with pinpoint combinations and the ref was looking closely when a desperate uppercut that caught him flush and got Jesus to his corner. Marquez landed two stiff jabs and a straight right to open the third, an uppercut stunned Pimentel and Rafael fired a straight right to the body and came up into a murderous hook from Pimentel that sent Marquez straight to the canvas on his back where the ref counted him out for a spectacular one punch knock out upset.


Alfonso Zamora 21-1-1 (18) vs Frankie Burns 18-2-3 (3)

Alfonso put on a beautiful display of effective aggression and power punching as he dominated Burns from the opening bell, nearly closing both eyes and with a nasty gash on Burns forehead the doctor could take no more and stopped the massacre early in round nine.
__________________
http://www.ootpdevelopments.com/boar...urnaments.html- Nerd Tournaments
PWillisTheMan is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 01-25-2012, 02:40 AM   #538 (permalink)
Hall Of Famer
 
PWillisTheMan's Avatar
 
Join Date: Sep 2008
Posts: 3,415
Thanks: 326
Thanked 976x in 756 posts
Bantamweight 5th Round- Part 2 of 4

Pete Herman 18-3-3 (1) vs Hozumi Hasegawa 18-3-4 (3)

Pete took the first two rounds handily behind his jab and some nice body shots. Hasegawa responded in round three with some strong straight lefts to counter Herman's advances. Pete was just the more active fighter overall and though Hozumi had nice rounds in the seventh and the eleventh, it wasn't enough to overcome Herman's activity level and defense and Pete took a strong UD, 117-111, 117-112 & 116-112


Sixto Escobar 22-0-2 (9) vs Paulie Ayala 40-4-1 (5)

After a close opening round, Escobar dominated the second with blistering combinations. Paulie came on in the third and created some nasty swelling on Sixto's right eye with a hard left hand. Paulie boxed well in the fourth as well while Escobar's eye rapidly disintegrating clearly bothered him. After two close and slow paced rounds Escobar's troubles got worse when a stiff jab appeared to break his nose. With his eye closed and unable to breathe out of his nose Sixto continued to give it his all, but Ayala was able to out-strike him and evade his incoming enough to secure the upset UD, 118-110 & 116-112 x2


Jeff Chandler 22-1 (4) vs Gerry Penalosa 31-9-7 (16)

Penalosa gave his usually strong effort but he was out-skilled and out-gunned by a razor sharp Chandler who kept a stiff jab in Gerry's face throughout and he scored with searing uppercuts and hooks on the inside when Penalosa was able to get there. A vicious uppercut in the final minute of the fight put Penalosa down for a five count. Jeff tried to close the show but was forced to settle with a wide UD. 119-109, 118-110 & 119-111


Chris Avalos 16-6-1 (8) vs Jimmy Barry 17-3-3 (3)

Barry struggled with the size and aggression of Avalos over the first two rounds, but from there he began to pepper Chris with hard one-twos and dominate matters. A hard right hand hurt Chris in the eighth and Barry hammered him down the stretch to take the wide UD, 119-109, 119-110 & 118-110
__________________
http://www.ootpdevelopments.com/boar...urnaments.html- Nerd Tournaments
PWillisTheMan is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 01-25-2012, 07:12 PM   #539 (permalink)
Hall Of Famer
 
PWillisTheMan's Avatar
 
Join Date: Sep 2008
Posts: 3,415
Thanks: 326
Thanked 976x in 756 posts
Bantamweight 5th Round- Part 3 of 4

Panama Al Brown 43-3-1 (26) vs Junior Jones 33-8-4 (17)

Jones took the opening round with some nice jabs and an occasional right hand behind them. Panama came back in the second with some vicious blows to the body and he hurt Junior with a short hook at the end of round three. Brown jumped on him to open the fourth and a violent combination put Poison back on his heels until he launched a nasty counter uppercut that slammed into Brown's chin and nearly floored him. Jones didn't waste his opportunity and he pummeled Brown over the final half minute of the round with brutal right hands.

In round five Panama parked his tent in Junior's chest and flailed away to the body with both hands. Jones got on his bicycle in the sixth and connected with several clean jabs and right hands over the first two and a half minutes of the round, then Brown dug a wicked hook under Jones rib cage and sapped all of the strength out of him. Jones was valiant, but he took a beating from that point until two nasty right crosses folded him up for the ten count in round eleven.


Eder Jofre 44-3 (26) vs Eijiro Murata 20-3 (4)

Murata stifled the Brazilians offensive output early on and while he didn't get much off himself he did keep things close and frustrate Jofre. By the seventh Eder was beginning to score more frequently with hook to the head and body. Some blistering combinations left Murata with swelling around both eyes heading into the tenth. A savage hook dropped Eijiro at the end of the tenth and a short right hand put him down again in the eleventh, Murata showed his grit to last the distance but Jofre took the UD and an anticipated date with Jeff Chandler, 117-110, 116-110 & 116-111


David Kui Kong Young 22-0-1 (13) vs Little Dado 38-4-4 (10)

David had a strong opening stanza when he ravaged Dado's body with left and rights and staggered him late with an uppercut. Dado used his jab and superlative movement to keep the fight at range for much of the second round before Kui Kong staggered him with a hook just before the bell. The next three rounds were nip and tuck before Little Dado was able to take the sixth with clean combinations and dazzling defense.

Young may have had a slight edge in the seventh and eighth rounds due to his body work when he was able to get inside against the force field that is Dado's defense and footwork. Dado slipped a right and connected with a powerful counter hook halfway through the ninth that buckled David's legs and Little pounded him for the remainder of the round with both hands in blazing salvo's that saw Kui Kong take at least fifteen unanswered blows to finish the round.

Kui Kong steadied himself early in the tenth and scored with some nice hooks to the breadbasket and a few right hands to the head while Dado appeared to be arm weary. Round eleven was high tempo and impossible to score, both guys scored heavily over the final minute as they traded furiously with Dado's back to the ropes. Kui Kong managed to smother his foe for much of the final round and that enabled him to advance with the close SD, 115-113, 112-116 & 115-114


Baltazar Sangchili 17-6 (5) vs Terry McGovern 39-5-3 (30)

Terrible Terry dominated the first four rounds with frenzied aggression and some violent right hands and uppercuts on the inside. Round five saw Baltazar get his combo's flowing and a brilliant 3 punch salvo sent McGovern to the canvas for a seven count, the Spaniard followed up with several clean left hands over the final seconds of a big comeback round. Sangchili opened the sixth swiftly with some more clean combo punching when McGovern suddenly stemmed the tide with one murderous right hand that dropped Baltazar for a six count. Terry swarmed Sangchili and landed a series of devastating right hands that drove his neck limp and forced the ref to step in.
__________________
http://www.ootpdevelopments.com/boar...urnaments.html- Nerd Tournaments
PWillisTheMan is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 01-26-2012, 05:18 PM   #540 (permalink)
Hall Of Famer
 
PWillisTheMan's Avatar
 
Join Date: Sep 2008
Posts: 3,415
Thanks: 326
Thanked 976x in 756 posts
Bantamweight 5th Round- Part 4 of 4

Harry Harris 18-3-3 (8) vs Anselmo Moreno 19-2-2 (3)

After a close opening round Moreno took Harris to school in the next two rounds with stiff jabs and hard lefts and rights to the body. A short right staggered the Panamanian in the fourth and Harris assumed control of the fight with his aggression and volume punching. Anselmo had moments, like dominating the seventh and eleventh rounds, but Harris was the deserved and expected UD victor after the final bell. 117-111 & 116-112 x2


Ruben Olivares 38-8-1 (33) vs Luis Perez 33-10-3 (17)

They went nose to nose in the opening round with as much grappling as there was punching in the even stanza. Perez changed a minute into the second when Luis dropped him with an uppercut for a five count. Perez unloaded with both hands and scored with several telling blows until Olivares unleashed a desperate hook that connected flush on the jaw and sent Perez staggering about the ring. Rockabye dug three brutal hooks to the body and another to the head that had Perez in a bad way at the bell. Olivares maintained his momentum and put Perez on the ropes for much of round three, while Ruben absorbed quite a few hard hooks and uppercuts his relentless body attack secured the round.

Round four was savage, both men bumping noses and ripping off body shots and intermediate hooks and uppercuts to the head. Olivares ended the round with a barrage of shots that drew swelling from Luis left eye. Perez staggered Ruben early in the fifth with an uppercut and he dominated the stanza, including opening a grizzly gash over his left eye with a searing hook late in the round.

Olivares got gully in the sixth with a relentless body assault, and while Perez countered well with hooks and uppercuts, the amount of hooks dug into his side would make a Rocky movie. Olivares dipped into a wicked uppercut early in the seventh and Perez spent the remainder of the round hammering the Mexican with both hands as his face turned into a mask of blood. Round eight opened with blood streaming down Ruben's face and he was quickly stunned with a three punch combo. Perez advanced and Olivares dug a hook into his side that made Luis gasp, Ruben wasted no time and he slammed no less than five straight hooks to the body before opening up to the head and scoring with at least ten straight punishing blows before the referee stopped the thoroughly entertaining brawl.


Johnny Coulon 19-4 (5) vs George Dixon 41-2-4 (18)

Coulon used the ring well and peppered Dixon with jabs and right hand over the opening round. George may have had a slight edge in the second, but he lost a point for low blows at the conclusion of the round and it sent him to his corner angry. The next three rounds were very close but at the end of the fifth Dixon scored with an uppercut that exploded Johnny's nose all over his face. While the action remained competitive, the fight was stopped early in round eight due to the broken nose suffered by Coulon.


Speedy Dado 19-2-2 (6) vs Jimmy Carruthers 21-2 (11)

Dado, not known for being a big puncher, set the tone in the opening minute when he floored Carruthers with a dazzling 4 punch combination. This set an unpredictable tone for the fight, Carruthers would gather his bearings and begin to assert himself just in time for Dado to drop him out of the blue. The majority of the rounds were close, but the Aussie hit the deck in the fourth and tenth rounds and the UD went the way of Dado, 115-110 x3
__________________
http://www.ootpdevelopments.com/boar...urnaments.html- Nerd Tournaments
PWillisTheMan is offline   Reply With Quote
Reply

Bookmarks

Thread Tools

Posting Rules
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

BB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is On
Trackbacks are On
Pingbacks are On
Refbacks are On



All times are GMT -4. The time now is 06:26 AM.


Powered by vBulletin® Version 3.8.7
Copyright ©2000 - 2014, vBulletin Solutions, Inc.
Search Engine Friendly URLs by vBSEO 3.6.1
Copyright © 2013 Out of the Park Developments