Welcome to another installment of my recaps column. See what you missed last week here. I'm going to take a break from the actual recapping in future weeks as I've got a new boxing book to read, "Confusing the Enemy - The Cus D'Amato Story." I got it shipped to me for free courtesy of Ictus Initiative and Acanthus Publishing. Every once and a while it pays to be press... Anyways, I'll keep doing the weekly results without the actual stories to go along with them. I'll drop a few reviews on this D'Amato book, too. It goes on sale for the general public in July.
2013-05-15 Hotel Veneto, Panama City, Panama
Manuel Vides KO4 Carlos Osorio
Osorio went down via a delayed reaction to a left hook to the body in round 4 and couldn't beat the count. Thus Vides defended his interim WBC Latino super flyweight title and improved to 14-2. Both 22 year olds put on a good show.
Jhonatan Arenas TKO3 Javier Coronado
Crowd favorite Arenas, unbeaten since his pro debut, came out guns blazing and dispensed with his opponent inside 3 rounds. Coronado gave a good account for himself to the very end but had a bad cut outside of his right eye. The ringside doctor called it off. Arenas improved to 16-1.
John Renteria TKO2 Jose Aguirre
2013-05-15 Giant Hall, Casino Conti, Saint Petersburg, Russia
Dmitry Kirillov RTD4 Alexander Saltykov
Kirillov, former IBF super flyweight champion, wasn't exactly facing a serious threat in Saltykov, who hadn't won in 15+ fights. And it wasn't exactly shocking when Saltykov quit on his stool after 4 rounds, either. Supposedly there was some kind of injury. Nonetheless Kirillov advanced to 30-4-1.
Alexander Vasiliev D4 Sedrak Agagulyan
Evgeny Orlov UD6 Mikhail Cherkas
David Avanesyan TKO3 Bogdan Protsyshyn
Felix Amoev TKO3 Tagir Rzaev
Konstantin Ponomarev UD8 Sergei Melis
Evgeniya Zablotskaya UD4 Ksenia Maximova
When a 34 year old fights a "17" year old making her pro debut, what do you think is going to happen? It looked like they pulled Maximova fresh off the playground, convincing her to get in the car with the old lollipop trick. She could fight a ‘lil bit though. I was surprised. But the sanctioning of this affair was scandalous nonetheless.
Andrey Afyan SD4 Fedor Lashin
2013-05-15 BB King Blues Club & Grill, New York, New York, USA
Andy Lee TKO1 Darryl Cunningham
A series of big left hands, set up by right hooks, rocked Cunningham and ultimately stopped him on his feet. Cunningham took a knee after the referee had already waved it off.
Thus Lee improved to 30-2 while Cunningham fell to 28-5. This was the fastest anyone has ever taken Cunningham out, including Andre Dirrell in 2011. It was an impressive performance but, given the opponent, hardly good enough to warrant calling out the middleweight king. Nonetheless Lee called out Sergio Martinez in his post-fight interview regardless. Get in line, Andy.
Louis Rose UD8 Delen Parsley (77-74, 76-75, 76-75)
The knockdown in round 4 was the difference in the fight. Dibella Entertainment's press release says it was debatably a slip, but it was pretty clear in my book. There was no feet entanglement. Parsley just threw himself off balance trying to be elusive. Ultimately it cost him the fight and his undefeated record. Parsley fell to 10-1 while Rose advanced to 7-1. This was a good road win for the Californian, who's now riding back to back victories over unbeaten prospects following a loss to the more experienced Tony Hirsch.
Lamar Russ UD8 Russell Jordan
Tor Hamer TKO3 Maurenzo Smith
Smith quit on his feet. He was out classed and got tired of getting punched in the face... Ironically Hamer had quit himself in his previous outing against Vyacheslav Glazkov.
Neuky Santelises TKO1 Aaron Chavez
Jay Rodriguez D4 Andre Ward
Gotta love the cruiserweight division...good fights always happening whether you know the participants or not. By the way, Ward has no relation to the super middleweight champion of the same name...
Eliezer Agosto KO2 Angel Suarez
This was a pretty amazing come from behind, highlight reel KO. Suarez was breaking Agosto down to the body and rocked him with a left hook to the head moments before a right uppercut from Agosto landed flush and laid Suarez flat out on his back. It was as surprising as it was beautiful.
Louis Cruz UD4 Michael Carreras
2013-05-16 The Melbourne Pavilion, Flemington, Victoria, Australia
Fox Sports Australia
Will Tomlinson UD12 Malcolm Klassen (117-110, 118-109, 118-109)
In a tragedy of justice Malcolm Klassen dominated a boxing match but lost a street fight. It was a 5-1 mugging by Tomlinson, the referee, and each of the 3 judges.
Although most of the opening round was fairly uneventful Klassen proved to be the superior technician. Things would not change for the rest of the fight. However, on Klassen's way to winning the 1st round Tomlinson leaped in with a left hook, missed, then tripped Klassen and pushed him over. It was the most obvious slip you've ever seen. Yet the incompetent referee, nicknamed "The Polish Hammer", ruled it a knockdown. Given the scorecards I suspect each of the judges scored that round 10-8 for Tomlinson as a result. Thus right off the bat Klassen was arguably cheated out of 3 points.
As the fight went on things appeared to get much better for Klassen, but the judges clearly chose to watch a different fight. In the end I had the fight 8-4 for Klassen but it would have been 9-3 if not for the awful call in the 1st round. Tomlinson did well early but was dominated and cut bad in the middle rounds. I felt Klassen more or less easily swept rounds 6 to 9 before giving the 10th away and making the 11th and 12th close enough to steal. But after rewatching the fight I can see an argument, clearly not one that understands the weight that clean punching should hold, but an argument nonetheless for Tomlinson winning rounds 1, 3, 5, 6, 10, 11, and 12. Throw in the "10-8" first round and that's a Tomlinson victory by 3 points, 7-5 in rounds. So how did two judges have it 10-2 for Tomlinson while a third had it 9-3? Some people just don't have the courtesy to use lube when they're screwing someone. Klassen immediately walked out when the decision was announced.
In any event Tomlinson defended his IBO super featherweight title and improved to 21-0-1. He couldn't match Klassen for footwork or accuracy but he was supremely determined. Klassen made the mistake of being over confident that the judges would do the right thing. You could see him coasting in the later rounds with a smile on his face. It was easy work for him and he was enjoying himself. But unfortunately hometown judges reward their guy's effort as if it's actually scoring criteria. And Tomlinson was clearly trying harder. Consequently Klassen, former 2x IBF super featherweight champion, fell to 27-6-2.
Garth Wood TKO2 Virgil Kalakoda
Garth Wood, who I've once crowned the dirtiest fighter in boxing, dismantled Kalakoda inside 2 rounds in a surprisingly clean fashion. Wood was quite the technician to be honest. He looked good enough to warrant a trilogy with Anthony Mundine. But the latest gossip is that Mundine will return to junior middleweight. Click the link if you want to know whom Mundine expects to fight at 154; I can't bear to write such foolishness...
Matt Garlett UD12 Sipho Taliwe (115-111, 115-111, 116-110)
Taliwe was dropped by a counter left hook he never saw coming in round 4 and stunned again in round 5, where he also had a point deducted for a headbutt. Open scoring revealed Garlett was unjustly ahead 40-35 and 39-36 (x2) on the scorecards. At best I'd say Taliwe should have been down by a point through 4 (even in rounds with the knockdown being the difference). After hearing the scores and knowing round 5 was also a 10-8 round for Garlett, it was obvious Taliwe needed to put a serious hurting on Garlett to win.
Unfortunately Taliwe was merely only able to outwork Garlett, who seemed to be low on gas. After Taliwe made a comeback in rounds 6-8 Garlett was still ahead 76-74, 77-73, and 78-72. Things only got worse for Garlett as Taliwe nearly completely dominated the final 4 rounds, yet somehow the judge who previously had the fight the closest managed to give most of those rounds to Garlett. All Garlett did was hold on to survive...
Thus in a big upset and a standard robbery Garlett improved to 11-1 and picked up the WBC International super featherweight title. Taliwe's boxing skills underperformed but he easily won the fight on being better conditioned. The FOX commentary team talked about a future showdown between Garlett and Will Tomlinson. If it happens, Garlett will be destroyed.
Dominic Shchukin TKO1 Bashir Sadiq
2013-05-17 Club Deportivo San Vicente, San Vicente, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Federico Jesus Benjamin Malaspina DQ7 Jorge Luis Rodriguez
In the first ~40 seconds of round 7 Rodriguez lost a point for holding and was disqualified for it in the last ~20 seconds. Rodriguez was previously warned in round 6 for "losing" his mouthpiece. He used clinching as a tactic to steal a few of the early rounds but was just delaying his demise after a while. Thus Malaspina improved to 12-4-2.
Nicolas Dario Lopez TKO1 Elio Heraldo Trosch
Mauricio Ezequiel Biedma UD4 Rodrigo Nahuel Escasena
2013-05-17 Hilton Lac Leamy, Gatineau, Quebec, Canada
WealthTV (USA) / Fight Network (Canada)
Ghislain Maduma UD10 Saul Carreon (99-91, 97-93, 96-94)
In a low key main event Maduma got the win but didn't look good doing it. Carreon's craftiness negated Maduma's flashiness. In the end the outcome was pretty much just down to punch stats. Subsequently Maduma improved to 14-0. I don't think his WBC Continental Americas lightweight title was on the line this night, but he wore it anyways.
James DeGale KO2 Sebastien Demers
In the higher profiled co-main event, DeGale, on the verge of a legitimate world title shot, out classed Demers and dusted him off inside 2 rounds. DeGale landed a counter left uppercut that bloodied Demers' face and caused him to take a knee. After the referee got to 8 Demers signaled that he wouldn't attempt continuing and stayed down for the full 10 count. Thus DeGale improved to 15-1. He said he'd become world champion by the end of the year in his post-fight interview.
Baha Laham KO5 Alan Paredes
Andrew Gardiner RTD5 Emiliano Cayetano
Cayetano, after trying to get out of the fight between rounds 4 and 5, finally got his wish 3 minutes later claiming an injured jaw. He lost a point for holding in round 5 and was dominated throughout the fight.
Schiller Hyppolite KO3 Martin Avila
Pascal Villeneuve UD4 Fouad Nasri
Tony Luis UD6 Maurycy Gojko
Mian Hussain UD6 Alessio Domarin
Zach Bunce RTD3 Donald Willis
Willis decided he was too fat to continue and quit on his stool. He took a standing 8 count in round 3 after Bunce drilled him with a right hand.
2013-05-17 Crocus City Hall, Moscow, Russia
CNOPT (Russia) / BoxNation (UK)
Guillermo Jones KO11 Denis Lebedev
This bout was previously recapped by Scott Christ here.
Alexander Povetkin TKO3 Andrzej Wawrzyk
And he recapped this one here.
Dmitry Chudinov RTD3 Grady Brewer
Brewer was dominated and quit on his stool. Impressive 9th career win for Chudinov.
Eduard Troyanovsky KO3 Luis Zambrano
Alexey Stakanchikov KO2 Oney Valdez
Arif Magomedov KO3 Segundo Herrera
2013-05-17 Bangkok University, Thonburi Campus, Bangkok, Thailand
Thai TV 7
Teerachai Kratingdaenggym UD12 Behzod Nabiev (116-110, 115-111, 116-112)
A hard, consistent jab from Teerachai was the primary reason he pulled this fight out of the fire. Occasionally he'd mix in right hands behind the jab, too. Nabiev managed to remain undeterred despite the consistent peppering, kept pressuring Teerachai and found a lot of success with lead right hands. Then as Teerachai began to tire Nabiev was able to touch him more with the left hook. Nabiev would go on to floor his fading opponent with a leaping left hook in round 6.
But the tide never really turned. Teerachai went right back to doing what he was doing the whole fight in round 7. Sure, it was definitely a little sloppier than before but Nabiev was getting pretty sloppy too, even by his standards. Still, Nabiev kept the pressure up and was putting in some good body work too. Teerachai held on to survive numerous times. But then he'd catch a breath and would stand and trade with Nabiev. He even got Nabiev to retreat a few times, stunning him in the 10th round. The fight was pretty much a war that broke out into a boxing match in spurts. From round 1 to round 12 this fight was action packed. Do yourself a favor and watch it.
Although it didn't actually impact the result of the fight, Nabiev lost a point in the last round for punching on the break. He was frustrated because he knew he needed a KO to win and Teerachai was holding on too much in the final seconds to make that a realistic possibility. Shamefully the camera crew missed this foul live as they deemed it more important to show someone from the audience.
In any event Teerachai improved to 20-0 and made yet another defense of his PABA welterweight title. He's now been involved in 15 straight PABA welterweight title fights. I would say it's time to move on but he's only 21 years old and he did go life and death with a virtual unknown that always comes up short against unbeaten prospects.
2013-05-17 Wat Kanrud, Klung, Chantaburi, Thailand
Thai TV 9
Patomsuk Pathompothong RTD6 Jonas Segu
Segu was more than competitive throughout the fight but apparently hurt his hand at the end of the 6th round and didn't want to come out for round 7. Thus Patomsuk improved to 24-1-1 and retained his IBF Pan Pacific light welterweight title.
2013-05-17 Ponds Forge Arena, Sheffield, Yorkshire, United Kingdom
Muheeb Fazeldin PTS4 Anwar Alfadli
Karl Bell PTS4 Stanislavs Makarenko
Navid Mansouri UD10 Tyan Booth (96-94, 98-94, 98-94)
Mansouri improved to 12-1-1 and picked up the vacant BBBofC English light middleweight title. Mansouri, originally scheduled to fight Nathan Graham, had some trouble adjusting to Booth's style but ultimately got the job done.
David Howe TKO2 Luke Martin
Curtis Woodhouse TKO1 Sandor Horvath
A right hand to the head followed by a left hook to the body put a bent over Horvath down for the 1st and only time in the fight. Although he beat the count the referee deemed him unfit to continue.
Who lasted longer with Woodhouse, Horvath or the twitter troll?
In any event Woodhouse improved to 18-5 and is no longer pondering retirement. He's scheduled to fight again in July.
Liam Cameron PTS6 Harry Matthews
2013-05-18 Gimnasio Sthimpra, Fernandez Oro, Rio Negro, Argentina
Jonathan Victor Barros TKO5 Diego Alberto Chaves
Former WBA featherweight champion Barros out classed his fellow Argentine opponent through 5 rounds before stopping him with a right uppercut followed by a left hook to the body. The body shot appeared to do most of the damage as Chaves backed away, touched his midsection, and took a knee. He beat the 10 count but the referee waved it off. Consequently Barros improved to 35-4-1.
Betiana Patricia Vinas KO6 Cynthia Munoz
Vinas made the 1st defense of her WBC Silver female featherweight title and improved to 8-4-3. It wasn't a competitive fight. Munoz was chubby and had probably seen better days. She was also late to get off her stool going into the 6th round, where she later took a knee and quit after Vinas landed a few body shots.
Walter Javier Reta MD4 Javier Orlando Ortega
Marcos Valdez ND2 Miguel Angel Villegas
Accidental clashes of heads lead to the fight, which was really heating up, being called off in round 2. Villegas was ruled down in round 1.
Sergio Mauricio Gil TKO1 Juan Carlos Cano
2013-05-18 Plaza de Toros Eloy Cavazos, Zitacuaro, Michoacán de Ocampo, Mexico
Azteca America (USA) / Azteca 7 (Mexico)
Edgar Sosa UD12 Giovani Segura (116-112, 115-112, 114-113)
After giving most of the first round away Sosa rocked Segura with a counter left hook with 30 seconds to go. Due to the poor accuracy of Segura's wide shots that single punch from Sosa was worth more than everything Segura did, combined. However, Sosa could cling to no such major moment in round 2 and was simply out hustled. Azteca America cut out the first minute and 13 seconds of round 3 and the first minute of round 4 so I can't officially score those, but Azteca America gave them to Sosa. Then again, Azteca America had given every round to Sosa thus far. I suppose round 2 was debatable enough.
But then Segura started to box more intelligently, taking rounds 5, 6, 7, and 8. His punches got shorter and his pressure steadily wore Sosa down. He even became more elusive as a result of good upper body movement. Comparatively Sosa's upper body movement was poor. But he really made Segura earn round 8 just by letting his hands go. In round 9 things changed again, this time because the referee took a point from Segura for low blows. The shot was right on the belt line but Sosa milked it and took his time to recover. Desperate to get the point back, Segura came out guns blazing when the round resumed.
Unfortunately for Segura he was no longer the composed machine that swept the middle rounds. In his urgency he made mistakes and Sosa capitalized. The 9th was fairly even but I edged it to Sosa due the point deduction. The 10th clearly belonged to Sosa as he found a home for his right hand and seemed to find a second wind. Sosa's momentum stayed with him through the championship rounds. Segura put forth a great effort in the 12th round, but not enough to win it. Assuming I'd give Sosa rounds 3 and 4 (which I have not seen in full) I would have him edging the fight 7-5 (115-113). It was one of the better fights of the week.
In any event Sosa improved to 49-7 and made the third defense of his WBC Silver flyweight title. Supposedly negotiations for a fight with the "Gold" champion Akira Yaegashi are underway. Should that fight take place later this year, and should Sosa win, he'll be in the running for 2013 "Fighter of the Year". That being said, it's highly unlikely that Sosa, at his advanced boxing age, could dethrone a prime, fast, busy, durable machine such as Akira. He could hardly get out of the way of Segura's punches that traveled 2 mph. What's he supposed to do against a guy that's just as relentless and at least twice as fast?
Hopefully we'll find out. It should be a fun fight.
Alejandro Gonzalez Jr TKO1 Noe Martinez Raygoza
This was a borderline highlight reel KO. See for yourself and get back to me. You should also be able to observe that it took place in the 1st round, contrary to what BoxRec would have you believe...
Silvia Torres UD4 Alexa Munoz
2013-05-18 Grand Oasis Resort, Cancun, Quintana Roo, Mexico
Fox Sports Net (USA) / Televisa (Mexico) / Fight Network (Canada)
Shane Mosley UD12 Pablo Cesar Cano (115-113, 115-113, 115-113)
This bout was previously recapped by Scott Christ here.
Sergio Thompson TKO4 Gustavo Sandoval
Yeyo walked Sandoval down and beat him into submission. Body shots did the trick. Sandoval was noticeably breathing heavy by round 2 but saved just enough energy for a final flurry in round 4. Sandoval went for broke and that's exactly how he ended up. The referee stepped in right before Sandoval collapsed in the red corner from a combination.
Thus Thompson improved to 27-2 and has himself in firm position to challenge Takashi Miura for the WBC super featherweight title as the #1 contender.
Miguel Angel Gonzalez TKO5 Luis Fernando Becerra
2013-05-18 Arena Hall, ul. B. Chrobrego 50B, Legionowo, Poland
Krzysztof Zimnoch UD8 Oliver McCall (77-76, 79-75, 77-75)
Oliver McCall is old, fat, and still crazy, but remembers how to box well enough to hold his own against a mediocre Polish heavyweight prospect. To be honest McCall took Zimnoch to jabbing school and picked off the 29 year old's return fire with ease. McCall, 48, was surprisingly fast with his hands but only with single shots. It looked like more than enough to win regardless, but old age and conditioning eventually caught up with him.
Nonetheless McCall raised his hands in victory when the final bell rang. He did have a case for winning but it was obvious it wasn't going to happen in Poland. Now McCall has nearly as many losses as Zimnoch has wins. Zimnoch improved to 15-0-1 but is destined to fall short of the success McCall once had. McCall left the ring without a mark on him while Zimnoch was cut up.
Krzysztof Cieslak TKO7 Ariel Krasnopolski
Cieslak got off the floor in the 1st round to pull off the devastating KO you see above in round 7. Left hooks don't get much better than that.
Andrzej Soldra D6 Bartlomiej Grafka
Michal Zerominski UD6 Lukasz Janik
Marcin Rekowski TKO5 Elijah McCall
Elijah clearly doesn't have his father's durability. And that's OK. No one really does. But he lacks the boxing skills as well. Rekowski left him bloody and beaten, the 8th KO victim on his 9 win resume. I'd say Rekowski was a prospect to look out for if he wasn't already 35...
Kamil Szeremeta MD4 Robert Talarek
2013-05-18 Cancha Ruben Zayas Montanez, Trujillo Alto, Puerto Rico
Gamalier Rodriguez TKO3 Alicio Castaneda
Rodriguez, using his height, reach, and youth, out boxed Castaneda from start to finish. Castaneda was down from overhand rights in round 1 and 3. When a left hook to the body put Castaneda down for the second time in round 2, the referee had seen enough.
Subsequently Rodriguez improved to 21-2-3 and picked up the vacant WBO NABO featherweight title. Castaneda, also known as "Iron", fell to 15-2.
Felix Verdejo TKO4 Corben Page
John Karl Sosa TKO3 Tommy Bryant
Bernard Lebron TKO2 Osvaldo Vazquez
2013-05-18 York Hall, Bethnal Green, London, United Kingdom
Quarter-Final 1: Wadi Camacho UD3 Martyn Grainger
Quarter-Final 2: Nathan Owens SD3 Shane McPhilbin
Quarter-Final 3: Hari Miles UD3 Conall Carmichael
Quarter-Final 4: Danny McIntosh UD3 Neil Dawson
Semi-Final 1: Wadi Camacho UD3 Nathan Owens
Semi-Final 2: Hari Miles UD3 Danny McIntosh
Final: Wadi Camacho KO2 Hari Miles
In the 30th installment of the Prizefighter tournament, and 3rd edition of local cruiserweights, Wadi Camacho put on 3 dominant performances and emerged with a £34,000 bonus. In the final he stopped Hari Miles in 2 rounds courtesy of well-placed hooks to the body. Miles twice took a knee and quit.
Thus Camacho improved to 9-1 and has elevated himself to a clear top 4 domestic cruiserweight. Promoter Eddie Hearn mentioned Stephen Simmons and Jon Lewis Dickinson as competition for Camacho but said nothing about making a fight with either.
2013-05-18 UDC Physical Activities Center, Washington, District of Columbia, USA
Dusty Hernandez Harrison KO5 Eddie Soto
A press release recap can be found here. It's honest enough.
Patrick Coyle KO1 Charles Parker
Jerry Odom TKO1 Drew Morias
Damon Antoine NC Charles Natal
Natu Visinia TKO1 Phil Brown
Kevin Rivers UD4 Jason Rorie
2013-05-18 Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City, New Jersey, USA
Showtime & ShoExtreme (USA) / Sky Sports (UK)
Lucas Martin Matthysse TKO3 Lamont Peterson
I attended this event live and covered it thoroughly here.
Devon Alexander RTD7 Lee Purdy
Haroon Khan TKO1 Vincente Medellin
Shawn Porter UD10 Phil Lo Greco
Thomas Williams Jr UD8 Otis Griffin
Anthony Ogogo UD6 Edgar Perez
Anthony Peterson RTD2 Dominic Salcido
Cesar Seda UD8 Miguel Tamayo
Rau'shee Warren TKO4 Angel Carvajal
Jamel Herring TKO1 Victor Galindo
Robert Easter TKO2 Eduardo Guillen
#QuitCounter2013 had a big week and increased by 10. The total count has hit 89! New additions appear 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
2013-02-08 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
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 recap. My recaps 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.