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  • Boxing

    Arthur Abraham of Armenia won the vacant IBF middleweight belt when he stopped Nigeria’s Kingsley Ikeke in the fifth round in Leipzig on Saturday night.

    Abraham, now 19-0 (17 stoppages), is based in Germany. He was in control from the first bell as he picked off the 1,93m tall Ikeke, whose record now stands at 23-2 (13).

    Early in the fifth round Abraham stunned Ikeke with a series of combinations before a big left hook left him on the verge of collapsing. Referee Samuel Viruet stepped in at 1 minute 36 seconds to call the fight off.

    In other action, former WBO heavyweight champion Henry Akinwande, 48-2-1, scored a 12-round points decision over Ed Mahone, 23-5-2, and European heavyweight contender Timo Hoffman, 33-4-1, stopped Tim Williamson, 15-2, in the fifth.

    Featherweight Bernard Dunne, 18-0, knocked out Marian Leondraliu, 13-15, in the sixth round and light heavy Kai Kurzawa, 21-1, stopped Tyler Hughes, 24-18-2, in seven.

    In Okinawa, Japan, Venezuela's former WBA junior featherweight champion Antonio Cermeno, 45-6 (32), fought at junior lightweight and lost a close six-round decision to Koseki Nakama, 7-0 (2).

    In a junior bantamweight contest, Panama's former WBA junior flyweight champion Carlos Murillo, 38-10-1 (29), was stopped in the first round by Japan’s Goh Onaga, 7-0 (5).

    In the main event, junior lightweight Ryu Miyagi, 13-1-2 (11), dropped Korean Dongkook Lee, 7-7-1 (6), three times in the first round before the referee called the fight off.


    It has been reported that Garry Delaney, who lost to Sebastiaan Rothmann in March 2002 when challenging for the WBU cruiserweight belt, has been charged with murder. He is on remand in Pentonvile Prison after pleading not guilty.

    Former WBO middleweight and super middleweight belt holder Chris Eubank has been declared bankrupt in the High Court in London.

    Rubin “Hurricane” Carter, a former middleweight contender and the man who spent 20 years in jail for a crime he did not commit, recently met up with former British middleweight Harry Scott, 40 years after their two epic battles.

    Carter was a guest of the West Midlands Ex-Boxers Association. He also visited Cardiff and in both instances spoke in packed halls about his time in prison and the film featuring Denzil Washington.

    If I swallow anything evil
    Put your finger down my throat

  • #2
    Re: Boxing

    ic Darchinyan Retains Flyweight Titles

    Vic Darchinyan retained his International Boxing Federation flyweight title with a fifth-round technical knockout Wednesday over Jair Jimenez at the Sydney Entertainment Center. Darchinyan also retained the International Boxing Organization title with the win, and improved to 24-0, with 19 knockouts. Jimenez dropped to 22-5-1, with 16 knockouts. Darchinyan was making his second defense of the world title he won from Irene Pacheco in Florida last December. Darchinyan consistently hit Jimenez with stinging straight left punches to the head.


    Darchinyan KOs Gabi!

    Vic Darchinyan, the king of the Flyweight division, faced a fighter known as the "Prince," who hoped to take over the throne that Darchinyan occupied. However, Darchinyan wasn't about to let that happen. Darchinyan faced a strong challenger in Diosdado Gabi, but eventually dominated and stopped Gabu in the eighth round before a standing room only crowd of over 1,400 at the Chumash Casino & Resort in Santa Ynez.

    If I swallow anything evil
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    • #3
      Re: Boxing

      his next play is on 13 mei


      • #4
        Re: Boxing

        who vic ?

        boxers dont play hehe FIGHT FIGHT FIGHT!


        • #5
          Re: Boxing

          Originally posted by Ari
          who vic ?

          boxers dont play hehe FIGHT FIGHT FIGHT!
          oh sorry Im from Holland so my English is not so gut.
          no ARTHUR ABRAHAM


          • #6
            Re: Boxing

            Hell's bells.


            • #7
              Re: Boxing

              Please call Stella. Ask her to bring these things with her from the store: six spoons of fresh snow peas, five thick slabs of blue cheese, and maybe a snack for her brother Bob. We also need a small plastic snake and a big toy frog for the kids. She can scoop these things into three red bags, and we will go meet her Wednesday at the train station.


              • #8
                Re: Boxing

                what you on about tom


                • #9
                  Re: Boxing

                  joh mensen op 11 mei met zen allen naar Duitsland om voor arthur te juigen
                  w8 op jullie


                  • #10


                    June 7 2010

                    The European Boxing Championship started in Moscow on June 5 gathering
                    together participants from various countries, among them Armenia. It's
                    expected that Russia's key rivals to fight for the champion title
                    are Italy and Ukraine.

                    Armenian team's Artur Khachatrian (in the 81 kg) performed a successful
                    start and won 13:3 over Greece's Ioanisu Militopolsu, following the
                    7:2 victory over Azerbaijan's Ramazan Magomedov in the first round.

                    The European champion Tsolak Ananikian (in the 91 kg) won over Pole
                    Mateush Malouyda, and the European champion of 2009 Karen Aylazian
                    (in the 54 kg) lost to Irish boxer John Nevin.

                    A spokesperson to the Ministry of Sport and Youth Affairs of Armenia
                    said that 5 more Armenian boxers entered the ring, of these 4 took
                    a victory and were qualified for the next stage. Team's two boxers
                    were overcome and had to leave the tournament.

                    Hovhannes Danielian and Ara Puluzian's entering in the ring is still
                    expected, both boxers are in the 48 kg; Derenik Gijlarian (in the
                    51 kg) won 16:4 over Hungarian Norbert Kaluza; bronze medalist of
                    the 2008 Olympic Games, Hrachia Javakhian (in the 64 kg) won 11:2
                    over Alexander Vasiliev from Finland. Samvel Matevosian in the 69 kg
                    weight category lost 0:18 to France's boxer Alexis Vastine.

                    World Vice-Champion Andranik Hakobian (in the 75 kg) won 13:2 over
                    Croat Sanyn Paul Vroch.
                    Hayastan or Bust.