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Monshipour Retains WBA Title.

Iranian born Mahyar Monshipour retained his WBA super bantamweight title in France tonight by stopping Thailand's Yoddamrong Sithyodthong in six rounds. Monshipour is twenty-nine years old and this latest win brings his professional record to 26-2-2 with seventeen stoppages to his credit. A former European champion, Monshipour has now retained …

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Guzman Takes Decision From Morales.

After a terribly confusing turn of events which saw original opponent Marcos Licona taken out of his spot on the fight card, WBO super bantamweight champion Joan Guzman defeated late subsitute Joe Morales over ten rounds as the main undercard bout of the Tszyu-Mitchell light welterweight attraction. After it was …

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Veit Stops Brewer in Nine Rounds.

Germany's interim WBO super middleweight champion Mario Veit celebrated his forty-fifth win tonight with a ninth round knockout of former IBF super middleweight champion Charles 'The Hatchet' Brewer. Both Brewer and Veit are former victims of current reigning WBO champion Joe Calzaghe who recently struggled to defend his title against …

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‘Baby Bull’ Diaz Retains WBA Title.

Thursday night in Texas, U.S.A. boxing's youngest world champion Juan Diaz successfully retained his WBA championship as expected against French veteran Julien Lorcy by unanimous decision. The announcement told that Diaz retained his title by considerably wide margins on all of the judges scorecards. At just twenty-one years of age, …

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Wladimir Sidorenko wins WBA bantam eliminator.

Rostock – Undefeated Ukrainian bantamweight contender Wladimir Sidorenko beat former world champion Leo Gamez with a unanimous decision over 12 rounds in a WBA bantamweight eliminator on Tuesday in Rostock, Germany. Sidorenko who was headlining the Spotlight Boxing event at Scandlines Arena displayed impressive speed, power and combination punching. But …

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Harris ‘Viciously’ Dismisses Urkal

The battle for the WBA light-welterweight championship culminated in a right hand from the champion, Vivian Harris that stopped challenger Oktay Urkal in his tracks in the eleventh round. The fight was a rematch between the two that materialized when Harris was unable to negotiate a higher profile defense against …

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