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PostPosted: Sun Sep 10, 2017 8:29 am 
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Heavyweight Shocker: Abell destroys Zimnoch

By Przemek Garczarczyk

In a stunning upset, heavyweight Joey “Minnesota Ice” Abell (34-9, 32 KOs) scored a spectacular third round KO over Polish hero Krzysztof Zimnoch (22-2-1, 15 KO) on Saturday night in Radom, Poland. A crushing right hook put Zimnoch down and out.

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Usyk punishes and stops Huck in WBSS opener

In the first cruiserweight quarter-final contest of the $50 million World Boxing Super Series, WBO world champion Oleksandr Usyk (13-0, 11 KOs) scored a brilliant tenth round TKO over long time former champion Marco Huck (40-5-1, 27 KOs) on Saturday night at the Max-Schmeling-Halle in Berlin, Germany. Huck tried to bring the pressure and rough up Usyk early on, but Usyk’s class showed in his fierce and brutal attacks. Huck was deducted a point in round eight for hitting Usyk while he was on the deck after a slip. The bout waved off in round ten by referee Robert Byrd after Usyk launched a non-stop assault battering Huck. Time was 2:18.

Next up for Usyk is the winner of September 30th clash in Latvia between WBC champion Mairis Briedis (22-0, 18 KOs) and Mike Perez (22-2-1, 14 KOs).

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 10, 2017 8:36 am 
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Early Superfly Results from LA

By David Robinett at ringside

Kicking off the undercard of HBO Boxing After Dark’s “Superfly” tripleheader from StubHub Center in Carson, California, welterweight Nick Frese (6-0, 5 KOs) remained unbeaten with a four-round unanimous decision over Nam Phan (3-3-1, 2 KOs). Frese, a Thai national who just missed qualifying for the 2016 Olympics and an amateur soccer standout growing up in the Netherlands, used his length and reach to easily outbox Phan to scores of 39-37, 40-36, 40-36.

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Unbeaten junior welterweight George Acosta (3-0, 1 KO) had his hands full with winless Derick Bartlemay (0-6-1) but managed to stay one step ahead of the scrappy underdog en route to a 40-36 unanimous decision on all three scorecards. Acosta looked like he might make it a short night early on, staggering Bartlemay with a right uppercut, left hook combination in round one. Round two was also one-sided in favor of Acosta. However in rounds three and four Bartlemay gave a better account of himself, bothering Acosta with more pressure, albeit with a lot of missed punches that Acosta was able to slip and effectively counter just enough to shade the last two rounds. A good learning experience for Acosta. Bartlemay can hold his head high, possibly returning to the MMA ranks where he’s undefeated.

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Female junior flyweight “Superbad” Seniesa Estrada (11-0, 2 KOs) made her mark on tonight’s “Superfly” card with an easy eight-round unanimous decision over seasoned vet and former title challenger Anahi Torres (16-17-1, 2 KOs), by scores of 80-72 across the board. Estrada had little trouble with her opponent, coming forward in a cocky, hands down style while peppering Torres with both hands and taking little punishment in return. Estrada, who had well-chronicled troubles early on finding credible opponents to stay busy, won her third bout in three months after fighting only four times in the first four years of her career starting in 2011.

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 10, 2017 9:03 am 
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Results from Berlin, Germany

Cruiserweight Noel Gevor (23-1, 10 KOs) outpointed Detroit, Michigan’s Isiah Thomas (15-2, 6 KOs) over ten uninspiring rounds on Saturday night at the Max-Schmeling-Halle in Berlin, Germany. Gevor was credited with a knockdown in round three and largely outworked Thomas en route to a 100-89 shutout on all three cards.

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In a scheduled eight round super lightweight bout, Rutland Madiyev (10-0, 4KO) outboxed aggressive Abdiel Ramirez (23-2-1, 21KO) en route to a unanimous decision victory. Ramirez was a tough customer but was seemingly pulled out of the scrap heap, returning from a 33 month layoff, to give Madiyev a solid appearing win on his record. There were no knockdowns in the fight but Ramirez endured a lot of solid counterpunches that turned his face into a bloody mess by the final bell. Ramirez stalked Madiyev from the opening bell to the final bell but was just outclassed. Judges scored the bout 80-72, 79-73 and 79-73 all in favor of GGG stablemate, Madiyev.

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Former three time world champ, Brian “Hawaiian Punch” Viloria (38-5, 23KO), showed he still has a lot left in his 36 year old tank while stopping talented Philly fighter, Miguel Cartagena (15-4-1, 6KO). It was an all action bout with the 25 year old Cartagena showing no respect to the elder Viloria. They fought pretty evenly through the opening three rounds but in the fourth round, the superior experience of Viloria started to show and he badly staggered Cartagena. Viloria tried his best to get the stoppage in the fourth round and he very nearly did but Cartagena held and threw back just enough for the referee to allow the fight to continue. Viloria, however, tasted blood and went for the kill in the fifth round and with Cartagena no longer able to defend himself, the referee waved off the bout to give Viloria the technical knockout victory. Viloria looks solid in victory and appears ready for yet another title challenge.

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IBO Flyweight World Champion Hekkie Budler of South Africa looked sharp, fast and in excellent shape during his public work out Saturday Sep 9 at Ayala Cebu as he gives the final touches to his preparation ahead of his much awaited Pinoy Pride 42 CLASH FOR GLORY rumble against Filipino titlist Milan Melindo for the IBF Flyweight World Title this coming Saturday Sep 16 @ the Waterfront Hotel & Casino here in Cebu. 

Budler (31-2, 10 KO's), an experience 2-division world champion began his work out jumping the rope for several minutes, appearing relaxed, lean and comfortable as Cebu fans looked at him wondering if the man in front of them is capable of beating their local hero. 

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In an exciting, action-packed, back-and-forth fight that kicked off a big night of super flyweight action on HBO, Juan Francisco Estrada won an unanimous decision over Carlos Cuadras on unanimous scores of 114-113, thanks to a 10th round knockdown sealing the tipping the scores in his favor, in what otherwise would have been a draw.

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Budler starts with the jab, Melindo with a hook and a left uppercut with same hand, speed chess tonight

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Melindo showing no signs of being compromised by his struggles to make weight yesterday. He got in a good left to the body there

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Budler is jabbing and moving, looking for his chance to counter, Melindo is the puncher between the two.

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Note on the co-main event: I'd cash Jason Pagara and get him out of the sport. He took too much punishment today, and throughout his career

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Budler more assert with his jab here, he flurries back. Melindo is looking composed here. DJ plays music in middle of round 2 for no reason

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