Boxing results, December 3-7: Who didn't fight this week?

Akira Yaegashi wins wide decision over Edgar Sosa - Koki Nagahama

Fights from this past Tuesday through Saturday are covered, whether they are high profile or obscure.

Aaaaaaand finally the new results column is out. Check out the week before here. Lots of stuff to discuss from this week. Too much in fact. Why do you think it took so long to release this?

Well, we must also consider that I attended another media day last week, which you can checkout here, and that ate a lot of my time. Practically every day I push back releasing the column I find more fights to add to it. It's a nightmare quite frankly. Fortunately I only have a few more columns left, only 1 of which should be major. But enough about the future. Let's discuss my record breaking installment in front of you this week. I counted around 130 fights. O-N-E--H-U-N-D-R-E-D--T-H-I-R-T-Y F-I-G-H-T-S!!!

I'm losing my mind. I watched more boxing from this week alone than most consistent (not casual) fans watch in the entire year. I think it's great that all of these fights got made available worldwide (if you know where to find them). But I wish it would just stop now. I've over dosed. Quick, call a doctor to resuscitate me. I decided against my better judgement to actually attend Glen Johnson vs Bobby Gunn tomorrow. I know quite a few of the undercard fighters...

Now let me just get this over with already so I can take a nap and spar later. I turn pro next year. Can a man report on his own fights? **** it, it's boxing.

Sleep deprivation makes the mind wander...

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2013-12-03 Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan

Camcorder

Saemi Hanagata D8 Yuko Kuroki

Vacant OPBF female minimumweight title

Hiroyuki Yago UD4 Shunta Terai

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2013-12-03 Bodymaker Colosseum, Osaka, Osaka, Japan

TBS (Japan)

Liborio Solis SD12 Daiki Kameda (113-115, 116-112, 116-112)

Daiki Kameda got the hell beat out of him but retained his IBF super flyweight title because Solis failed to make weight. If 2 judges had been inept instead of 1, he additionally would have picked up the WBA super flyweight title. However, since that was not the case, that title is now vacant. And guess what? Koki Kameda has relinquished his WBA title at bantamweight to move down to super flyweight and fight for the vacant crown. The WBA has rated him #4 at 115 to make this possible.

However, in the event that Denkaosan Kaovichit vs Kohei Kono takes place for said vacant title, Koki may still go after other world titles in the weight class. If successful Koki will break his own record and become the only 4 division world champion in Japan's history.

Be that as it may, Koki still won't be 1 of Japan's 10 greatest fighters to lace gloves. Remind me to do that list when if this happens. (See 10: Greatest Cuban pro boxers of all time)

Tomoki Kameda UD12 Immanuel Naidjala (119-109, 118-110, 117-111)

As the fight progressed Tomoki looked less and less impressive. Nonetheless he fairly defended his WBO bantamweight title, even if the official scores were too wide.

Katsunari Takayama UD12 Vergilio Silvano (118-110, 118-110, 120-108)

Silvano was dominated by Japan's "Energizer Bunny." Takayama will now aim to unify his IBF minimumweight title with Xiong Zhao Zhong's WBC strap. Such a fight pairing China and Japan's champions could create the biggest boxing match in Asia's history. Fellow scribe Ryan Songalia compared it to Joe Louis-Max Schmeling.

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2013-12-04 BB King Blues Club & Grill, New York, New York, USA

GFL.TV

Boyd Melson UD8 Gundrick King (80-72, 80-72, 80-72)

Melson won the fight, and now has a nice 13-1-1 record, but the middleweight division was not put on notice. That's about as kind as I can be about his ability. Also, King looked like he didn't train. Basically Chavez Jr's work ethic put King to shame here.

Luis Rosa TKO3 Andre Wilson (2:24)

Dashon Johnson UD6 Craig McEwan (58-55, 58-55, 57-56)

End of the line for McEwan who, once upon a time, was 19-0 and potentially 1 round away from beating Andy Lee...

Bryant Cruz UD6 Joshua Arocho (58-55, 58-55, 58-55)

Travis Peterkin RTD5 Tylon Burris (3:00)

Antoine Douglas TKO3 Colby Courter (1:12)

Junior Younan TKO1 Travis McClaren (0:22)

Joseliz Cepeda MD4 Neuky Santelises (38-38, 39-37, 40-36)

Jerry Odom TKO1 Eric Moon (2:47)

Daniel Gonzalez TKO3 Kamal Muhammad (2:40)

Francy Ntetu DQ3 Julio Garcia (2:34)

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2013-12-06 Centro de Educación Física Nº 58, General Pinto, Buenos Aires, Argentina

DirecTV

Pablo Martin Barboza MD10 Ezequiel Victor Fernandez (96-94, 95-95, 96-94)

Vacant WBC Latino lightweight title

Juan Manuel Bonanni UD6 Jose Maria Pombo

Diego Sebastian Baez TKO4 Xavier Luques Castillo

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2013-12-06 Club Los Padres Capuchinos, Concordia, Entre Rios, Argentina

TyC

Yesica Yolanda Bopp TKO2 Ana Fernandez

WBA & WBO female light flyweight titles

Marcelo Esteban Coceres UD6 Juan Alberto Nicolas Cuellar

Cesar Hernan Reynoso UD6 Rafael Sosa Pintos

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2013-12-06 Metro City, Northbridge, Western Australia, Australia

RCTI (Indonesia) / Orange Sport (Poland)

Simpiwe Vetyeka RTD6 Chris John

Scott Christ recapped the main and co-main events here. John losing makes back-to-back weeks where a 48-0 fighter has lost. Fascinating, isn't it? Remind me to do a story about that too... Vetyeka unified the IBO and super WBA featherweight titles.

Daud Cino Yordan SD12 Sipho Taliwe (113-114, 116-111, 117-110)

Yordan retained his IBO lightweight title, perhaps fortunately. Let's just say it was debatable.

Rasmanudin UD6 Roberto Lerio

Ryan Sermona TKO4 Matt Garlett

This was a devastating 1-punch knockout, a beautiful left cross.

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2013-12-06 Maison des sports, Villeurbanne, Rhône, France

Algerie Direct

Salim Larbi TKO2 Patrice Sou Toke

Vacant African Boxing Union light middleweight title

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2013-12-06 Brandenburg Halle, Frankfurt, Brandenburg, Germany

ran.de

Francesco Pianeta TKO2 Robert Teuber

Vacant German International heavyweight title

Ramona Kuehne TKO6 Renata Domsodi

WIBF / World Boxing Federation female / WBO female super featherweight titles

Michael Wallisch UD10 Lars Buchholz (97-93, 100-90, 98-92)

Germany BDB heavyweight title

Christina Hammer TKO1 Carmen Garcia

Hammer defended her World Boxing Federation female and WBO female middleweight titles. She's basically the Wladimir Klitschko of female boxing. Weight classes above middleweight are not currently worth acknowledgement among women, and neither is middleweight besides Hammer. Dear Claressa Shields...please turn pro immediately after Rio 2016.

Kai Kurzawa UD10 Marcel Gottschalk (99-91, 100-90, 98-92)

Vacant German International cruiserweight title

Tom Schwarz UD4 Edgars Kalnars

Felix Lamm W6 Jevgenijs Fjodorovs

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2013-12-06 PalaRavizza, Pavia, Lombardia, Italy

Rai Sport

Gianluca Frezza UD10 Giovanni D'Antoni (97-93?, 96-94?, 97-94?)

Italy welterweight title

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2013-12-06 Kokugikan, Tokyo, Japan

Fuji TV / Camcorder

Akira Yaegashi UD12 Edgar Sosa (116-112, 117-111, 117-111)

After feeling each other out in the opening round Akira's speed took over and he cruised to a clear decision victory. Open scoring revealed the fight was 39-37 (x2) and 40-36 all for Akira after 4 rounds. Then open scoring revealed the fight became 79-73, 80-72, and 77-75, once again all for Akira. I'm surprised a judge that had it a shutout through 8 managed to give Sosa 3 of the last 4 rounds. I did not see a comeback. I suppose the judge in question was just mad at Akira for coasting. Or he was just trying to not turn in a shutout scorecard...

In any event Akira retained his WBC & RING flyweight titles.

Ryota Murata TKO8 Dave Peterson

Peterson proved an adept, crafty boxer with a very good chin. He took Murata to the final round. It was impressive, almost as impressive as the unstoppable force that is Ryota Murata. Peterson lost every round but physically started breaking down by the 5th. When Murata stepped up the intensity in the final round the ref was given no choice but to step in. Peterson never left his feet but his life was clearly in danger. Middleweights beware, 2012 Olympic Gold medalist Murata is coming for you. His next victim will meet him on Feb. 22 in Macao on the undercard of Miguel Vazquez-Denis Shafikov.

Naoya Inoue TKO5 Jerson Mancio

Mancio looked done when he was dropped in round 2 but he came back strong to close the round. But ultimately Inoue wore him down and acquired the vacant OPBF light flyweight title. The referee stopped the fight in round 5 while Mancio was still standing, yet it was far from an early stoppage.

Ryosuke Iwasa TKO5 Hiroki Shiino

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2013-12-06 Bialobrzegi, Poland

Orange Sport

Pawel Glazewski UD8 Andrei Salakhutdzinau (79-73?, 80-72?, 79-73?)

Former light heavyweight contender Glazewski, once unlucky in his own backyard against the great Roy Jones Jr, successfully began his comeback trail following an upset stoppage loss to Hadillah Mohoumadi.

Krzysztof Cieslak SD8 Sebastien Cornu

Andrzej Soldra TKO5 Lorenzo Di Giacomo

Piotr Gudel UD4 Artsiom Pavinich

Krzysztof Szot UD4 Aliaksandr Abramenka

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2013-12-06 Renaissance Club, Cheboksary, Russia

Camcorder

Igor Ivanov UD10 Alexey Tukhtarov (100-89?, 100-90?, 100-89?)

Vacant Russia lightweight title

Konstantin Piternov RTD6 Sergey Beloshapkin

The video I watched did not include the part where Beloshapkin retired...

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2013-12-06 Krungthep Thonburi University, Bangkok, Thailand

Thai TV 7

Nop Kratingdaenggym UD12 Zhuang Shu Song (120-108?, 119-109?, 120-108?)

PABA super bantamweight title

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2013-12-06 Municipal Hall, Colne, Lancashire, United Kingdom

VIP Boxing Promotions

Shayne Singleton TKO6 Leon Findlay

Welterweight prospect Singleton picked up his 16th straight victory.

Stevie Taylor TKO4 Rolandas Cesna

While cruiserweight prospect Taylor picked up his 6th. This stoppage was probably early.

Haidher Riaz PTS4 Kevin McCauley

Qasim Niaz PTS4 Jamie Zaszlos

Atif Mushtaq PTS4 Carl Allen

Artif Ali PTS4 Kristian Laight

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2013-12-06 UIC Pavilion, Chicago, Illinois, USA

Integrated Sports / ESPN3.com

Krzysztof Wlodarczyk TKO7 Giacobbe Fragomeni (0:01)

Fragomeni was down, nearly out, and cut badly below the left eye in round 4. The cut got worse and eventually "forced" a corner stoppage. What actually happened is that the doctor pretty much asked Fragomeni if he wanted him to stop it or not. Fragomeni replied "stop it" multiple times. Wlodarczyk retained his WBC cruiserweight title.

Andrzej Fonfara KO2 Samuel Miller (0:58)

Miller took a knee in round 1 thinking he'd be given time to recover from a low blow. Instead the referee just counted it as a knockdown. Miller was knocked out with a lead left hook in round 2 after hitting Fonfara behind the head. I suppose the plan to carry Fonfara's over matched opponent went out the window with the illegal blow.

Henry Coyle UD6 Skyler Thompson (60-53, 59-54, 60-53)

Thompson was ruled down in the last round when Coyle stepped on his foot and hit him. It wasn't relevant to the outcome.

Adrian Granados TKO6 Carlos Winston Velasquez (0:01)

Jonathan Gonzalez TKO5 Jaison Palomeque (1:05)

Palomeque went down in rounds 1, 2, 4, and 5. But he got up every time. The ref showed mercy.

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2013-12-06 Evangeline Downs Casino, Opelousas, Louisiana, USA

Bebe Video Productions

Hamilton Ventura UD8 Andres Taylor (79-73, 79-73, 80-72)

Cruiserweight prospect Ventura improved to 12-0-1.

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2013-12-06 Little Creek Casino Resort, Shelton, Washington, USA

Showtime

J'Leon Love TKO6 Lajuan Simon (2:48)

If Simon wasn't old and inactive he probably would have given Love a real run for his money. Aside from the stoppage, which came abruptly, Love didn't look too impressive (or exciting). A photo gallery of the complete televised card with fighter quotes can be found here.

Badou Jack TKO6 Rogelio Medina (2:30)

After arguably dropping the first 3 rounds Jack came back strong in round 4 and began to break Medina down. After 3 knockdowns in round 6 the ref stepped in.

Mickey Bey TKO3 Carlos Cardenas (2:22)

Christopher Pearson TKO1 Acacio Joao Ferreira (1:44)

The ropes kept Joao Ferreira up and caused him to take a lot of unnecessary punishment.

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2013-12-07 Club Atlético Talleres, Cordoba, Cordoba, Argentina

TyC

Julius Jackson TKO9 Nicolas Dario Lopez

The sons of Julian Jackson came, they saw, and they knocked their Argentine opponents out. Julius vs Nicholas matched unbeaten prospects.

John Jackson TKO8 Jorge Daniel Miranda

John vs Jorge matched former fringe contenders...one much further removed than the other. Guess which one lost?

Jose Carlos Paz RTD5 Luis Antonio Garay

Carlos Adan Jerez UD10 Samuel Rogers

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2013-12-07 Rebecq, Brabant Wallon, Belgium

BoxeTV

Dardan Zenunaj TKO6 Arnaud Dimidschtein

Zenunaj picked up his 8th straight win when Dimidschtein's corner threw in the towel.

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2013-12-07 Porsche Arena, Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany

SAT1 (Germany) / Sky Sports (UK) / XSPORT (Ukraine)

Felix Sturm TKO2 Darren Barker

Scott Christ recapped this bout here. Sturm lifted the IBF middleweight title and became a 4-time world champion. Barker, on the other hand, might retire after his only (and brief) reign.

Susi Kentikian UD10 Simona Galassi (98½-94?, 99-91½?, 97-95½?)

WBA female flyweight title

Maurice Weber TKO2 Volodymyr Borovskyy

Konni Konrad TKO5 Leo Tchoula

Arman Torosyan TKO3 Dzianis Makar

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2013-12-07 Hotel Ixtapa Azul, Zihuatanejo, Guerrero, Mexico

Televisa

Hugo Fidel Cazares MD12 Julio Cesar Miranda (116-112, 114-114, 115-114)

Cazares defended his WBC International Silver super bantamweight title. I'm reporting the announced scorecards. BoxRec lists a unanimous decision victory for Cazares (116-112, 115-113, 115-113).

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2013-12-07 Arena San Juan Pantitlán, Ciudad Neza, México, Mexico

Cadena Tres / Boxeo de Gala

Juan Jose Martinez TKO2 Juan Carlos Olvera

Super featherweight prospect Martinez continues his winning streak.

Alejandro Jimenez TKO3 Eduardo Zamudio

Uriel Lopez UD6 Antonio Tostado

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2013-12-07 York Hall, Bethnal Green, London, United Kingdom

Goodwin Promotions

Kris Agyei-Dua KO4 Jan Balog

Vacant International Masters Silver light-middleweight title

Lee Markham TKO5 Sam Couzens

Vacant British Masters Gold super-middleweight title

John McCallum PTS8 Sylwester Walczak (79-73)

Vacant International Masters Bronze light-middleweight title

Robert Studzinski PTS4 Kevin Greenwood

George Jupp PTS6 Kristian Dochev

Adam Balski KO2 Jakub Wojcik

Mitch Mitchell PTS4 Leo Roget

Johnny Garton PTS6 Stanislav Nenkov

AJ Carter TKO3 Kreso Bogdanovic

Craig Hardy D4 Alec Bazza

Leon McKenzie D4 Darren McKenna

Philip Bowes PTS6 Paul Appleby (58-57)

David Leo PTS4 Ryan McNicol

John Cash PTS4 James Conroy

Rakeem Ashaye KO1 Rihards Inozemcevs

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2013-12-07 Echo Arena, Liverpool, Merseyside, United Kingdom

BoxNation

Stephen Ormond UD10 Derry Mathews (98-93, 98-93, 98-92)

Mathews didn't score a knockout, thus he did not win...par for the course. Ormond retained his WBO European lightweight title. Fortunately for Mathews, and boxing fans, his next opponent (Richard Commey) also only wins by KO (quite literally in his case). At least I still think that's the opponent. Mathews said he wants a rematch with Ormond in the post-fight interview. He blamed his performance on injuring his right hand in the 2nd round.

Liam Smith TKO4 Mark Thompson

BBBofC British light middleweight title

Paul Butler UD12 Ruben Montoya (120-109, 120-108, 118-110)

WBO Inter-Continental & WBA Inter-Continental super flyweight titles

Enzo Maccarinelli TKO7 Courtney Fry

Big Mac is looking to get another world title shot after the next defense of his Commonwealth (British Empire) light heavyweight title. I could definitely see him fighting Juergen Braehmer. But I would only give him a good shot of beating IBO champion Blake Caparello. And that's pretty much a 50/50 fight.

Joe Selkirk TKO3 Zoltan Sera

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2013-12-07 Sports House, Redwood City, California, USA

The Boxing Network (Vimeo)

Bruno Escalante MD10 Michael Ruiz Jr (95-95, 98-92, 97-93)

Vacant International Boxing Association super flyweight title

Jonathan Chicas TKO1 Rodolfo Armenta

Ricardo Pinell TKO2 Arthur Brambila

Darwin Price UD4 Vicente Guzman

Chris Batista UD4 Benito Salazar

Anthony Johnson UD6 Alfredo Contreras

Andy Vences UD4 Victor Capaceta

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2013-12-07 Verizon Wireless Arena, Manchester, New Hampshire, USA [BKB 2]

DirecTV

Eric Fowler TKO3 Bryan Abraham

Bare Knuckle Boxing is back! And it's sponsored by Playboy...

Once again the BKB main event saw Fowler a headliner but it wasn't easy for him this time around. He was down and nearly out in round 2 and hurt some more in round 3 before scoring 2 knockdowns of his own. However, the referee was quite quick to stop the fight...

Nonetheless Fowler became the BKB lightweight champion. The crowd booed the result but Fowler offered to give Abraham a rematch. Abraham wants it.

Eddie Caminero UD7 David Estrada

On paper this was a ‘gimme' for Estrada. He was the experienced veteran and former world title contender while Caminero was just a career journeyman. But Caminero didn't give a ****. He came out fast and beat the hell out of Estrada in round 1, scoring a knockdown in the process. But he couldn't finish him off. Estrada came back and the fight of the night came to fruition. But Caminero would not be denied. He walked through fire and dug deep to pull out the victory. Caminero was rewarded with the vacant BKB middleweight championship.

Javier Garcia TKO2 Allen Litzau

Pelos Garcia, 1of 2 nephews of Robert Garcia to fight on this card, dominated from the opening bell and scored a knockdown in each round. Pelos picked up the vacant BKB welterweight title.

Josh Harris UD5 Jason Gavern

Last month Gavern beat the great James Toney. This month he got dropped twice and handled by journeyman Josh Harris. Such is boxing.

Don Mouton MD5 Jesse Orta

Two journeymen slugged it out. The one with the winning ring record pulled it out.

Lekan Byfield UD5 Jason Naugler

Naugler was the crowd favorite but Byfield was the far superior boxer. It wound up a shutout.

Julian Pollard KO1 Excell Holmes

Heavyweight prospect Pollard is 3-0 with 3 KOs in the ring and now 2-0 with 2 KOs in the pit.

Raul Tovar Jr TSD3 Agustine Mauras

Clashes of heads early in the fight ultimately led to the stoppage. Mauras was cut bad outside of both eyes but fought courageously through 3 complete rounds. Had his corner pulled him out earlier it would have resulted in a no contest. Tovar was responsible for the headbutts.

Khurshid Abdullaev TKO2 Jonuel Tapia

It became clear to me why Robert Garcia was commentating instead of working his fighters' "corners" after this 3rd straight domination on the roster. Note that I'm listing the results in reverse chronological order if you're confused...

Eduardo Alicea TKO5 Teneal Goyco

Unbeaten super middleweight prospect Alicea, with a 143-16 amateur record, out classed the rough and awkward Goyco by keeping it basic. Goyco was rocked throughout the fight but never dropped or defenseless. The ref showed mercy in the final round. Alicea is also a member of Robert Garcia's gym.

Matt Doherty SD5 Kendo Castaneda

Castaneda is still 5-0 inside the ring but lost his pro debut in the pit. It was a close fight that could have gone either way. Castaneda had more skill but took a while to adjust to how pit fighting works.

David Garcia TKO2 Louis Webster

David is a nephew of the renowned trainer and former world champion Robert Garcia. His alias is "Gordo," which means fat in Spanish. Although he turned pro as a welterweight in a standard professional boxing, he showed up as a light heavyweight here. Nonetheless he dominated the fight. Robert said David's sparring with Brandon Rios and Marcos Maidana helped him. I bet it did...

Kin Moy UD5 Marc Antonio Torres

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2013-12-07 Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City, New Jersey, USA

HBO & TopRank.TV (USA) / Sky Sports (UK)

Guillermo Rigondeaux UD12 Joseph Agbeko (120-108, 120-108, 120-108)

I attended this event and recapped the full card here. Rigondeaux defended his super WBA / WBO / RING junior featherweight titles.

James Kirkland TKO6 Glen Tapia (0:38)

Matthew Macklin UD10 Lamar Russ (96-94, 98-92, 97-93)

Matt Korobov TKO9 Derek Edwards (0:28)

Toka Kahn Clary UD6 Ramsey Luna (57-55, 57-55, 57-55)

Jesse Hart TKO1 Tyrell Hendrix (1:20)

Julian Rodriguez UD4 Ryan Picou (40-36, 40-36, 40-36)

Egor Mekhontsev TKO3 Peter Cajigas (2:35)

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2013-12-07 Barclays Center, Brooklyn, New York, USA

Showtime (USA) / BoxNation (UK)

Paul Malignaggi UD12 Zab Judah (116-111, 117-110, 117-110)

Paulie picked up the vacant NABF welterweight title and some funky Brooklyn title. Scott Christ recapped the action here.

Shawn Porter UD12 Devon Alexander (115-113, 116-112, 116-112)

Porter upset Alexander for the IBF welterweight title. Scott recapped it here.

Erislandy Lara UD12 Austin Trout (118-109, 117-110, 117-110)

Contrary to popular opinion at the time, it appears Lara merely retained his interim WBA junior middleweight title. The WBA has no need to upgrade Lara until they promote an unqualified fighter to the mandatory position for his interim belt that he's obviously not going to fight. Then Lara will be made regular champion. At least that's my best guess. Meanwhile, the real WBA champion is still Floyd Mayweather. Scott recapped Lara-Trout here.

Sakio Bika D12 Anthony Dirrell (114-112, 110-116, 113-113)

But firstly Scott recapped the best TV fight of the card here. Bika retained his WBC super middleweight title.

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#QuitCounter2013 is back and bigger than ever before! After several slow weeks in a row the counter jumped up 8, totaling to 199. 200 here we come! New additions in bold.

2013-01-05 Reyes Sanchez RTD5/TKO6 Ramiro Alcaraz
2013-01-11 Brandon Holmes TKO4 Javier Esparza
2013-01-11 Kwanpichit OnesongchaiGym TKO4 Noli Morales
2013-01-12 Hector Alfredo Avila RTD6/TKO7 Emilio Ezequiel Zarate
2013-01-12 Matias Carlos Adrian Rueda RTD3/TKO4 Sergio Alejandro Blanco
2013-01-18 Brandon Riddell TKO1 Eric McNorris
2013-01-19 Khalid Yafai RTD4 Gonzalo Garcia
2013-01-19 Roberto Feliciano Bolonti RTD7/TKO8 Franco Raul Sanchez
2013-01-23 Delen Parsley RTD2 Tyrone Selders
2013-01-23 Eugene Russell KO1 Granson Clark
2013-01-25 Brian Vera TKO10 Serhiy Dzinziruk
2013-01-25 Edgar Santana TKO3 Eddie Soto
2013-01-25 Franklin Lawrence RTD2 Mark Brown
2013-01-25 Omar Douglas RTD2 David Warren Huffman
2013-01-30 Erick Martinez TKO2 Miguel Angel Garcia Nava
2013-02-01 Chonlatarn Piriyapinyo RTD4 Arief Blader
2013-02-02 Javier Mercado RTD3/TKO4 Jesus Vazquez
2013-02-08 Kevin Bizier RTD8 Nate Campbell
2013-02-09 Carlos Gabriel Ozan KO1 Modesto Rodriguez
2013-02-09 Javier Francisco Maciel TKO5 Emilio Julio Julio
2013-02-09 Micki Nielsen KO1 Josef Krivka
2013-02-09 Saul Juarez KO10 Armando Torres
2013-02-16 Brandon Cook RTD3 Raul Saiz
2013-02-16 Demetrius Hopkins RTD6 Charles Whittaker
2013-02-16 Jamel Herring RTD3 Carlos Lopez
2013-02-16 Joel Tambwe Djeko TKO6 Bassam Belkhir
2013-02-21 Czar Amonsot RTD6 Addisu Tebebu
2013-02-21 Patrick Day RTD1 Dominique Foster
2013-02-22 Ariel Vega TKO4 Jose Rodriquez
2013-02-22 Christian Hammer RTD6 Oleksiy Mazikin
2013-02-22 Manuel Charr RTD2 Yakup Saglam
2013-02-22 Simona Galassi RTD2 Gabriella Vicze
2013-02-22 Yunier Dorticos RTD3 Willie Herring
2013-02-23 Chris Avalos RTD4 Jose Luis Araiza
2013-02-26 Petch Kokietgym RTD8 Albert Alcoy
2013-03-01 Michal Syrowatka KO2 Laszlo Robert Balogh
2013-03-02 Genesis Servania TKO7 Angky Angkotta
2013-03-08 Renato De Donato TKO6 Antonio Santoro
2013-03-09 Darren Barker RTD4 Simone Rotolo
2013-03-09 Giovanni De Carolis RTD4 Artem Solomko
2013-03-09 Jon Hill RTD1 Greg Maynard
2013-03-10 Michael McLaughlin RTD1 Jimmy LeBlanc
2013-03-15 Armando Cruz RTD2 / TKO3 Carlos Martin
2013-03-15 Gary Cornish TKO5 Humberto Evora
2013-03-15 Levan Ghvamichava RTD3 Angel Rios
2013-03-15 Sultahn Staton RTD2 Kenneth Brown
2013-03-16 Gustavo David Vittori TKO2 Diego Fernando Neira
2013-03-16 Marco Antonio Periban KO2 Samuel Miller
2013-03-16 Yesica Yolanda Bopp RTD5 Carolina Alvarez
2013-03-22 Chonlatarn Piriyapinyo TKO5 Nathan Bolcio
2013-03-22 Luciano Leonel Cuello RTD7/TKO8 Joaquim Carneiro
2013-03-22 Marc Pagcaliwangan RTD1 Jose Adan Fernandez
2013-03-22 Michael Walsh vs Krisztian Laufer
2013-03-22 Pedro Campa RTD4/TKO5 Ivan Gutierrez
2013-03-23 Robert Stieglitz TKO4 Arthur Abraham
2013-03-25 Petch Kokietgym KO8 Dondon Jimenea
2013-03-29 Josh Wale RTD9 Ashley Lane
2013-03-29 Oleydong Sithsamerchai TKO7 Richard Garcia
2013-03-29 Tony Ingelrest RTD3 Ivica Cukusic
2013-03-30 Apti Davtaev RTD2 Ivan Bogdanov
2013-03-30 Callum Smith RTD1 Iain Jackson
2013-04-06 Azea Augustama RTD2 David McNemar
2013-04-06 Mark de Mori RTD4 Jonathan Pasi
2013-04-06 Roman Skerlo TKO1 Tarik Ipek
2013-04-06 Travis Clark TKO1 Martez Williamson
2013-04-08 Shinsuke Yamanaka TKO12 Malcolm Tunacao
2013-04-09 Saiyok Poompanmuang KO2 Muhammad Sapata
2013-04-12 Mikael Zewski KO2 Daniel Sostre
2013-04-18 Teerachai Kratingdaenggym KO3 Ronnel Esparas
2013-04-19 Andy Townend RTD8 Ben Wager
2013-04-19 Konstantin Airich TKO1 Claudiu George Dinu
2013-04-19 Konstantin Airich TKO1 Wieslaw Kwasniewski
2013-04-20 Artur Szpilka RTD1 Taras Bidenko
2013-04-20 Callum Smith KO1 Ruslans Pojonisevs
2013-04-20 Luis Alejandro Tejerina TKO3 Claudio Esteban Romero
2013-04-26 Mark de Mori TKO1 Iko Dzafic
2013-04-27 Terry Flannigan RTD4 Nate Campbell
2013-05-04 Badou Jack TKO3 Michael Gbenga
2013-05-11 Ricky Burns RTD9 Jose A Gonzalez
2013-05-11 Stephen Simmons RTD3 Michael Sweeney
2013-05-15 Dmitry Kirillov RTD4 Alexander Saltykov
2013-05-15 Tor Hamer TKO3 Maurenzo Smith
2013-05-17 Andrew Gardiner RTD5 Emiliano Cayetano
2013-05-17 Dmitry Chudinov RTD3 Grady Brewer
2013-05-17 James DeGale KO2 Sebastien Demers
2013-05-17 Patomsuk Pathompothong RTD6 Jonas Segu
2013-05-17 Zach Bunce RTD3 Donald Willis
2013-05-18 Betiana Patricia Vinas KO6 Cynthia Munoz
2013-05-18 Haroon Khan TKO1 Vincente Medellin
2013-05-18 Wadi Camacho KO2 Hari Miles
2013-05-24 Jose Cayetano RTD4 Charly Valenzuela
2013-05-25 Genesis Servania KO3 Isack Junior
2013-05-25 Marcos Antonio Ahumada TKO4 Alejandro Emilio Valori
2013-05-26 Aik Shakhnazaryan RTD4 Jahongir Mamadjanov
2013-05-26 Fedor Papazov RTD6 Artem Ayvazidi
2013-05-31 Ammeth Diaz KO7 Martin Gethin
2013-06-01 Denton Daley RTD4 Faisal Ibnel Arrami
2013-06-01 Jesus Quijada TKO1 Misael Marciel Juarez
2013-06-07 Marcin Najman TKO2 Martin Pacas
2013-06-08 Erislandy Lara TKO10 Alfredo Angulo
2013-06-21 Riccardo Pintaudi vs Giuseppe Rauseo
2013-06-22 Arely Mucino KO2 Olga Julio
2013-06-26 Murat Gassiev TKO2 Levan Jomardashvili
2013-06-28 Vicente Mosquera RTD7 Cosme Rivera
2013-06-29 Ibeth Zamora Silva RTD8 Maricela Quintero
2013-07-05 Bogdan Dinu TKO1 Vladimir Toktasynov
2013-07-06 Carlos Daniel Aquino TKO3 Jose Gustavo Iturria
2013-07-06 Felix Sturm TKO4 Predrag Radosevic
2013-07-06 Tony Thompson TKO5 David Price
2013-07-12 Hughie Fury RTD5 Ivica Perkovic
2013-07-12 Rika Matsumoto TKO1 Saengrung Kwanjaisrikord
2013-07-13 Linda Laura Lecca TKO3 Lina Palmera
2013-07-13 Saul Rodriguez RTD3 Dominic Coca
2013-07-20 Israel Hector Enrique Perez RTD7 Francisco Lorenzo
2013-07-25 Ilya Prymak RTD3 Valentyn Kuts
2013-07-25 Lucas Browne RTD7 Travis Walker
2013-07-26 Bruno Escalante RTD1 Manuel Galaviz
2013-07-26 Miguel Gonzalez TKO8 Josenilson Dos Santos
2013-07-27 Apti Ustarkhanov KO7 Benson Mwakyembe
2013-07-27 Frankie Borg RTD6 Gary Cooper
2013-07-27 Movsur Yusupov RTD5 Mada Maugo
2013-07-27 Selcuk Aydin KO8 Aaron Herrera
2013-07-27 Uensal Arik TKO3 Omar Siala
2013-08-03 Adrian Estrella RTD4/KO5 Hector Javier Marquez
2013-08-03 Jairo Lopez RTD8/KO9 Marcos Villasana Jr
2013-08-03 Zulina Munoz TKO1 Maribel Ramirez
2013-08-09 Monica Silvina Acosta RTD6 Belinda Laracuente
2013-08-09 Rustam Nugaev KO5 Jose Hernandez
2013-08-09 Tabtimdaeng Na Rachawat TKO8 Nathan Bolcio
2013-08-17 Ariel Cabrera Jr RTD1 Arnaldo Decelet
2013-08-17 Hector Alfredo Avila KO3 Jose Manuel Farias
2013-08-17 Jonathan Oquendo KO4 Miguel Tamayo
2013-08-17 Julius Jackson TKO1 Julius Fogle
2013-08-17 Samuel Rogers TKO2 Eduardo Adorno
2013-08-24 Ismayl Sillakh RTD6 Konstantin Piternov
2013-08-24 Rafael Montalvo TKO5 Jose Javier Calderon
2013-08-24 Stanyslav Kashtanov KO10 Jaime Barboza
2013-08-29 Balazs Varga RTD2 Brett Peters
2013-08-31 Michal Zerominski RTD2 Mariusz Czerniewski
2013-08-31 Przemyslaw Opalach RTD2 Ionut Trandafir Ilie
2013-09-02 Raul Martinez RTD4 Daniel Quevedo
2013-09-06 Schiller Hyppolite TKO3 Jaudiel Zepeda
2013-09-07 Callum Smith TKO1 Kirill Psonko
2013-09-07 Dennis Ceylan TKO1 Tommi Schmidt
2013-09-07 Dominic Akinlade TKO1 Janis Ginters
2013-09-07 Lee Markham TKO5 Tadas Jonkus
2013-09-07 Marcelo Ruben Mendoza KO5 Omar Obdulio Gomez
2013-09-07 George Jupp TKO3 Ivans Levickis
2013-09-12 Kye MacKenzie TKO2 Dominic Shchukin
2013-09-12 Murat Gassiev RTD3 Roman Mirzoev
2013-09-13 Godson Noel TKO2 Charles Kirby
2013-09-13 Jerry Odom TKO1 Antonio Liles
2013-09-14 Vahram Vardanyan TKO3 Janis Puksins
2013-09-20 Fabrice Aurieng TKO2 Ionut Patriche
2013-09-20 Ionut Patriche TKO2 Edmond Paltatzis
2013-09-21 Erick Lopez KO1 Pablo Osuna
2013-09-21 Robinson Castellanos KO6 Derrick Wilson
2013-09-27 Abner Lopez RTD5 Adrian Rodriguez Garza
2013-09-27 Ali Raymi KO1 Luke Hasan
2013-09-27 Enad Licina TKO3 Levan Jomardashvili
2013-09-27 Isidro Ranoni Prieto TKO6 Jorge Rodriguez Olivera
2013-09-27 Selcuk Aydin RTD4 DeMarcus Corley
2013-09-27 Yamil Acevedo TKO2 Darwin Turcios
2013-09-28 Adrian Estrella TKO4 Cesar Vazquez
2013-09-28 Jose Felix Jr KO1 Joseph Laryea
2013-10-03 Ilya Prymak RTD2 Beka Sutidze
2013-10-05 Ramon Garcia Hirales RTD2/TKO3 Jose Antonio Jimenez
2013-10-05 Ricardo Alvarez RTD4/TKO5 Humberto Martinez
2013-10-13 Boris Bosnjak TKO1 Toma Vlaovic
2013-10-13 Damir Beljo RTD2/TKO3 Vasile Dragomir
2013-10-13 Frank Bluemle TKO3 Rudolf Murko
2013-10-13 Steffi Schuenke RTD2/TKO3 Sonja Soknic
2013-10-17 Czar Amonsot KO10 Stevi Ongen Ferdinandus
2013-10-19 Grigory Abramyan TKO1 Ivan Ivanov
2013-10-19 Krzysztof Glowacki RTD3 Richard Hall
2013-10-19 Manuel Charr TKO6 Denis Bakhtov
2013-10-19 Ruslan Provodnikov RTD10 Mike Alvarado
2013-10-25 Mauricio Barragan TKO4 Pablo Hernan Curbelo
2013-10-26 Enrico Koelling KO3 Gyorgy Marosi
2013-10-26 Luca Giacon RTD2 Mate Hornyak
2013-10-26 Marcos Nader RTD6 Luis Crespo
2013-10-26 David Zegarra TKO9 Basilio Silva
2013-11-01 Shefat Isufi RTD4 Vasile Dragomir
2013-11-02 Matias Ariel Vidondo TKO2 Yuberty Suarez Diaz
2013-11-07 Gerome Quigley TKO3 Damien Butler
2013-11-09 Norbert Dabrowski TKO2 Mindia Nozadze
2013-11-09 Umar Salamov RTD6 Ravshan Djabbarov
2013-11-15 Flavius Biea KO2 Patrik Szamko
2013-11-16 Scott Jenkins RTD4 Rakhim Mingaleyev
2013-11-22 Mairis Briedis RTD5 Suda Lubos
2013-11-23 Andy Ruiz Jr TKO4 Tor Hamer
2013-11-30 Marcin Najman RTD2 Alex Serbic
2013-12-06 Adrian Granados RTD5/TKO6 Carlos Winston Velasquez
2013-12-06 Andrzej Soldra TKO5 Lorenzo Di Giacomo
2013-12-06 Krzysztof Wlodarczyk RTD6/TKO7 Giacobbe Fragomeni
2013-12-07 AJ Carter TKO3 Kreso Bogdanovic
2013-12-07 Jose Carlos Paz RTD5 Luis Antonio Garay
2013-12-07 Kris Agyei-Dua KO4 Jan Balog
2013-12-07 Rakeem Ashaye KO1 Rihards Inozemcevs

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If a bout is not mentioned which took place on one of the above cards it’s most likely because I haven’t got around to watching it yet.  In the event that I do watch such a bout at a later time it’s still unlikely I will update this results column.  My columns will be posted once a week, devoted to cards that most casual American boxing fans haven’t seen or heard of.  For available footage of the previously reported bouts follow @sweetboxing on twitter.  You may also email the author of this piece at rgbivins@gmail.com.

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