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18 OCTOBER 2017

 
 









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Mijares Runs Streak to Nine Mijares Runs Streak to Nine
By Derek Bonnett Durango, Mexico’s Cristian Mijares kept busy lacing up the leather for his third decision victory of 2017.
Tso Endures Swelling to Decision Kono Tso Endures Swelling to Decision Kono
By Derek Bonnett In super flyweight at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Center, Rex Tso scored a career best victory earning a technical decision over former two-time world champion Kohei Kono.
Iwasa: Brutally Brilliant in Osaka Iwasa: Brutally Brilliant in Osaka
By Derek Bonnett A word to the wise: if you want a judge to score the blood in boxing, try yellow gloves. In the Sweet Science a blemish or two can mean a world of experience for a world-title challenger. Making his second attempt to win a world crown , Ryosuke Iwasa looked past his stoppage defeats to Shinsuke Yamanaka and Lee Haskins, and focused solely on dethroning his fellow countryman Yukinori Oguni at EDION Arena in Osaka, Japan.
Srisaket KOs Gonzalez/ Estrada Outlasts Cuadras Srisaket KOs Gonzalez/ Estrada Outlasts Cuadras
By Derek Bonnett Many boxing fans came to the Stub Hub Arena in Carson, California hoping to see redemption or justification for Roman Gonzalez following his controversial loss at Madison Square Garden back in March. Instead, boxing fans were treated to an emphatic display of punching power from Srisaket Sor Rungvisai in his effort to retain his WBC 115 super flyweight title.
Nery Ends Yamanaka's Reign in Japan Nery Ends Yamanaka's Reign in Japan
By Derek Bonnett Twenty-two year old Mexican, Luis "Pantera" Nery crashed Shinsuke Yamanaka’s bantamweight world title reign with a devastating performance that just may lead the dethroned champion toward retirement like his countryman Takashi Uchiyama and Takashi Miura last month. The challenger traveled from Tijuana, Mexico to Shimazu Arena in Kyoto, Japan.
Lomachenko Retires Marriaga/Beltran Slips Past Vasquez Lomachenko Retires Marriaga/Beltran Slips Past Vasquez
By Derek Bonnett Vasyl Lomachenko put his WBO 130-pound title on the line against Miguel Marriaga at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, California, USA. The match-up, shown live on ESPN without a premium price tag, did little to inspire the imagination, but it did conjure my recollection of another boxer I had not thought of in some time: Jimmy Garcia.
More Controversy in Ward TKO of Kovalev/Rigondeaux Ko's Flores More Controversy in Ward TKO of Kovalev/Rigondeaux Ko's Flores
By Derek Bonnett The world’s top two light heavyweights Andre Ward and Sergey Kovalev clashed at the Mandalay Bay Hotel & Casino and Events Center in Las Vegas, Nevada for a genuine super fight rematch scheduled for twelve rounds. The first bout produced an excellent twelve round display of boxing ability from both men and sparked great controversy following Ward receiving a unanimous decision by a single point. The rematch produced even more, but, instead of poor judging, referee Tony W
Stevenson Stops Fonfara Early; Alvarez Ready For Title Shot Stevenson Stops Fonfara Early; Alvarez Ready For Title Shot
By Derek Bonnett Adonis Stevenson put his light heavyweight title on the line in a rematch with Poland’s Andrej Fonfara at Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. In their first encounter, Stevenson walked away with a competitive decision victory. The rematch ended more swiftly if not too hastily, but Virgil Hunter, Fonfara’s trainer had seen enough.
Kudryashov Avenges Lone Loss; Stops Durodola in Fifth Kudryashov Avenges Lone Loss; Stops Durodola in Fifth
By Derek Bonnett At Sports Palace in Rostov-na- Donu, Russia, big punching Dmitry Kudryashov met Olanrewaju Durodola in a rematch of their 2015 fight of the year. The two round war, which saw Kudryashov losing his unbeaten record by stoppage promised fireworks in the rematch and the two big punching cruiserweights delivered another great war.
Melindo Crushes Yaegashi; Inoue Stops Rodriguez in Three Melindo Crushes Yaegashi; Inoue Stops Rodriguez in Three
By Derek Bonnett Just one day after a huge triple header featuring Ryota Murata, Ken Shiro, and Daigo Higa in world championship bouts, both Naoya Inoue and Akira Yaegashi put their respective world titles on the line at the very same Ariake Coliseum in Tokyo, Japan. Today’s action was brief by comparison, but another shock wave was sent throughout the light flyweight division and one of boxing’s best lived up to his moniker.
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