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Old 09-24-2011, 10:36 AM   #21
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Current WBO WW champ, 6 Heads Lewis, tried to add to his collection of belts (he's the former WBA & IBO WW champ in addition to WBC JMW) by taking on Miguel Cotto for his WBA JMW title.

Lewis & Cotto were going to fight for Lewis' IBO WW belt a couple years ago but 6 Heads took a fight with WBC JMW champ (Takaloo) instead & won that crown by 7th round TKO.

After a give & take 1st round, where Cotto's right eye started to swell, Cotto took command of the fight in the 2nd sending 6 Heads to the deck with a right cross near the end of the round. In the 3rd, a miss by 6 Heads & counter upper by Cotto ended the fight.
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Old 09-25-2011, 09:49 AM   #22
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Tokunbo Olajide thought moving up to 160 for a crack @ the WBO MW belt wasn't going to be too big of a deal - someone forgot to tell the champ, Andy Kolle.

In an impressive display, Kolle defended his belt for the 1st time with an 11th round TKO. Kolle dropped the WBO JMW champ in the 3rd & Olajide returned the favor in the 4th. From that point on, Kolle took over & dominated the fight. He dropped Olajide 2 more times in the 11th to finish him off.

Kolle landed 311 punches (43%) to Olajide's 155 (20%) & was ahead on all 3 cards: 95-93 twice & 96-92.
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Old 10-01-2011, 10:53 PM   #23
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Due to Tokunbo Olajide's move to 160 & failed bid to win the WBO MW belt, his WBO JMW belt became vacant.

So former WBA JMW champ (Sergei Dzindziruk) was matched with former IBF JMW & WBA MW champ, Cory Spinks.

In a tight fight from the Ukraine, Cory won his 3 world title via a close SD (143-142 twice & 140-146).

Cory's a tough out @ 154, his 1st title @ JMW came when he took the IBF JMW belt from De La Hoya via decision.

Cory would like a rematch with current WBA MW champ (Javier Castillejo) who took Cory's belt earlier this year when a hard body shot broke one of Cory's ribs which forced him to quit.
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Old 10-09-2011, 02:34 PM   #24
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Fernando Vargas defended his IBO JMW strap for the 7th time with a dramatic KO in the 15th round over Sechew Powell. Powell had out punched the champ 356 to 240 & was ahead on 2 of the 3 cards: 134-130, 132-131 & 131-132.

With the victory, Vargas moves to 30-3 with 22 KO's & Powell falls to 17-2 & 9 KO's.
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Old 10-11-2011, 01:43 PM   #25
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Fernando Vargas defended his IBO JMW strap for the 7th time with a dramatic KO in the 15th round over Sechew Powell. Powell had out punched the champ 356 to 240 & was ahead on 2 of the 3 cards: 134-130, 132-131 & 131-132.

With the victory, Vargas moves to 30-3 with 22 KO's & Powell falls to 17-2 & 9 KO's.
Wow, Powell gave him a good scare eh? Sounds like a heck of a fight.
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Old 10-13-2011, 08:27 AM   #26
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Wow, Powell gave him a good scare eh? Sounds like a heck of a fight.
It was! I was hoping it would go to a decision, I'm watching the screen thinking: "OK, get up Powell!" but he didn't beat the 10 count.
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Old 10-13-2011, 08:31 AM   #27
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Ugh I hate Small, the racist git. Chuck him in their with Cotto, please !
BTW, I know Small is a divisive figure & he probably knows he gets under the skin of people.

He'll be making another defense of his IBF 154lb title in England in December.

He's asked that the posters for that fight read:

"A Hero Returns!"

or

"Return of a Hero!"

Either one works, he's not picky.
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Old 10-15-2011, 02:26 PM   #28
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Herol Graham becomes the latest fighter from England to win a world title beating WBA MW champ (Javier Castillejo) by a 15 UD - all 3 judges had the score: 143-142 in favor of the Brit.

PL:360-270 in favor of Graham.

Herol joins IBF MW champ (Wayne Alexander) & IBF JMW champ - Anthony Small.
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Old 10-22-2011, 10:44 AM   #29
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Darren Barker came up short in his bid to take the IBO MW belt from Daniel Jacobs. Barker was DQ'd 20 seconds into the 14th round by ref, Richard Steele for a blatant low blow. It was his 2nd warning.

Barker did well to last that long after almost getting knocked out/stopped in the 1st due to a big right cross from the champ. Jacobs was up (126-121, 124-123 & 123-124) on 2 of the 3 judges cards. PL: 251-243 in favor of Jacobs.

Barker's impressive performance will probably earn him a title shot in 2012 vs. 1 of the 2 other current British MW world champs.
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Old 10-23-2011, 10:05 PM   #30
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Enzo Maccarinelli defended his WBO CW belt for the 10th time with an 8th round TKO over the game but over matched, Felix Cora, Jr.

Enzo moves to 21-0-1 with 18 KO's.

Marco Huck took the EBU CW belt with an 8th round KO over tough Turk - Turan Bagci.

Huck improves to 16-0 - all KO's & is probably closing in on a title shot in 2012.
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Old 10-30-2011, 02:27 PM   #31
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Alejandro Berrio made the 3rd defense of his IBO SMW title via a 7th round TKO of tough Brit - Mark Kaylor.

Berrio had Kaylor on the canvas 5 times over 7 rounds but Mark put the champ on the canvas once too.

Berrio moves to 12-1 (all KO's) - his lone loss @ 168 to Eduard Gutknecht via a decision when he tried to take the WBO SMW belt from the then champ.
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Old 11-12-2011, 11:27 AM   #32
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Brian Magee didn't disappoint his home town fans in Northern Ireland in his 1st world title shot vs. WBO SMW champ, Jermain Taylor.

Using an aggressive style, Magee wore down the champ & finally knocked out Taylor with a barrage of punches in the 13th round. In an entertaining fight that Magee appeared to control from the opening bell, Taylor hit the deck 3 times before being dropped for the 4th & final time in the 13th. Magee hit the deck twice over 13 rounds but Magee's pressure wore out & eventually got to the fading soon to be ex champ.

With the win, Magee moves to 13-1 (10 KO's). Magee's only loss was by 10 UD to Jean Claude Dugard in his 1st pro fight.
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Old 11-13-2011, 03:45 PM   #33
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Manny fought for the 3rd time @ 154 as he's trying to win a belt @ JMW. This time against DeAndre Latimore who in real life said Floyd would have no problem with Manny.

Manny won a 12 UD in a hard, tough fight. PL: Manny 306 to 182. Manny landed 41% of his punches to 18% for Latimore - who dropped to 5-2 (5 KO's). His only other loss to Sugar Shane by 8th round TKO in an IBF title shot.

Manny moves to 3-0 (2 KO's) @ 154.

Tim Bradley made the 5th defense of his WBO belt with a 13th round right cross KO over the tougher than expected, Petr Petrov.

Tim dropped Petr 2 other times in the fight & Petr actually caught & dropped Tim once for a flash KD right before the bell earlier in the fight.

Tim moves to 8-0 (3 KO's) - his last 2 fights were KO's.

Petr was stopped in real life by Marcos Maidana in 4 rounds in Sept.
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Old 11-25-2011, 03:41 PM   #34
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The Messenger delivers - in Denmark!

Anthony "The Messenger" Thompson won the WBC JMW title in Denmark tonight with a brutal left hook KO of Reda Zam Zam.

Thompson really gave the champ a brutal beating during the fight before finally ending it in the 10th.

Reda was attempting to defend his belt for the 4th time, he'd beaten the tough Travis Simms in Sept. by a 15 SD but The Messenger's left hook landed via special delivery!

Thompson becomes a world champ again & improved to 15-2 with 7 KO's - his 2 losses to Miguel Cotto. He lost the WBA belt to Cotto due to a 3rd round TKO when he missed with a huge left hook & injured his shoulder. Cotto granted him a rematch in July but Thompson lost that fight as well - also due to injury (a TKO cut win for Cotto).

Reda drops to 7-1 with 5 KO's.

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Old 11-27-2011, 01:18 PM   #35
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Fernando Vargas might be slipping & showing his age with a 13 Majority Draw: 114-114 twice & 117-111 for Kermit Cintron.

The fight was stopped in the 13th when Cintron's cut re-opened once again after a butt earlier in the fight opened a cut on the challenger.

This was the 2nd close call in a row for Vargas - he needed a 15th round KO to assure his 7th defense verses Sechew Powell in Sept.

Cintron was ahead on PL:297 to 239.

Kermit now stands 5-0-1 @ 154 & Vargas is 30-3-1.
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Cotto exposes/destroys The Secret!

Miguel Cotto defended his WBA JMW belt for the 3rd time with a surprisingly easy defense over Richard "The Secret" Williams.

Williams came into the fight with a gaudy 11-1-1 (11 KO's) record - his lone defeat via UD to Sergei Dzinziruk in an attempt to take his WBO belt.

Cotto dropped Richard in the 2nd with a hook & controlled the fight from that point on. A combo in the 5th put Richard on the deck for the 2nd time until a Cotto right cross ended the fight later in the round.

Cotto moves to 7-0 (7 KO's) @ 154. His 2nd straight very impressive defense - a 1 punch uppercut of WBO WW champ 6 Heads Lewis ended their fight in Sept.
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The Pride of Providence

On a cold rainy night in Canada's Deerfoot Lodge, Peter Manfredo, Jr. took the WBC MW belt from Micheal Olajide via a UD.

Olajide's speed & slick boxing style gave Peter trouble for the 1st 3-4 rounds until a left hook put the champ down. Peter stalked the defending champ for the remainder of the night & dropped him a total of 5 times.

Manfredo moves to 18-1 @ MW.
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Devon Alexander made a successful defense of his WBC JWW belt via an 8th round TKO over Paulie Malignaggi - due to a cut.

Devon showed no respect for Paulie & walked right through any punches the challenger threw. In the 8th round, Paulie missed with a jab & a counter uppercut from Devon dropped Paulie for a count of 6. Devon was on the verge of a KO or TKO win when the ref stepped in & stopped the bout due to a cut.

Devon was ahead 68-65 on all 3 cards & up 222-140 in punches landed.

Devon is now 7-1 (6 KO's) - his lone loss to Victor Ortiz by decision in the summer. Paulie drops to 12-2, his other loss to Tim Bradley by decision.

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Karoly Balzsay moved to 12-0-1 with a 14th round left cross KO of game challenger, Jermain Mackey. It was Karoly's 4th defense of his WBC SMW belt.

Mackey had gone the full 15 rounds with IBF champ, Lucien Bute earlier this year so Karoly's 1 punch KO victory was an impressive one!

Karoly had the fight in control, ahead on all cards: 128-118, 126-120 & 127-120.
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