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21 DECEMBER 2014

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Davey Browne Beats Tor Silachai in Campbelltown


By Paul Upham: Davey Browne won the vacant IBF Pan Pacific youth and interim WBC world youth featherweight titles with a ten round unanimous points decision over Thai Tor Silachai on Friday night at The Cube in Campbelltown, Australia headlining a Fenech Fight Night promoted by Grange Old School Boxing.

“I trained really hard,” said Browne. “It was a tough fight. I expected him to come out firing. Hopefully in the future, I can get a shot at the WBC world title and get some fights in America.”

The taller 21 year-old Browne 14-0-1 (4) was less aggressive than his usual style and worked consistently on the outside, picking off 23 year-old Tor Silachai 10-2 (6) from Thailand.

Judges scored the fight for Browne by scores of 98-92, 100-91 and 99-91.

In the main support bout, “Deadly” Rob Medley made short work of New Zealand based Indian Harry Venka, knocking him out with a sharp flurry at the 1:53 minute mark of round 2

IBO middleweight champion Daniel Geale was originally scheduled to headline the card, but four opponents pulled out against him over the last two weeks.

Date October 17
Location Campbelltown, NSW, Australia
Davey Browne w.ud.10 Thai Tor Silachai
Robert Medley w.ko.2 Harry Venka
Frank LoPorto w.ud.6 Ray Musson
60-53, 60-54, 60-53
Tommy Browne w.ko.5 David Wiremu
Danny Price w.ko.3 Jeff Stutt
Tui Leveni w.tko.2 Dion McNabney


Paul Upham
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