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Japanese Scene Recaps & News: Enoki Stopped by Garza, Arakawa Wins Title, Poonsawat/Kimura, Naito, etc.


Recaps of Thursday and Friday's Japanese boxing action featuring Hiroyuki Enoki vs Alberto Garza and Nihito Arakawa vs Akihiro Kondo. Plus the latest Japanese boxing news updates.

Other Saturday Results

  1. Fernando Guerrero MD Ossie Duran. As I said before, Duran was a legitimate spoiler here. Per reports, Guerrero controlled most of the fight through the 8th, when he was cut over his eye with a clash of heads, and then started to lose his composure, including a knockdown in the 10th. Guerrero, a personal favorite prospect (not in terms of potential as much as just loving to watch him fight) claimed an NABO belt.
  2. Satoshi Hosono UD Hiroyuki Enoki. Enoki recently drew with then-titlist Takahiro Aoh and then lost a title bout to Chris John, but has since lost two bouts. Hosono moves to 16-0 and gets what is easily the best win of his career.
  3. Denis Boytsov TKO7 Jason Gavern. This was intended to be a showcase fight against the 18-6-3 Gavern, and hard-hitting Boytsov made the most of it. He scored 4 knockdowns and also forced 2 standing 8-counts (which they still have in Germany) en route to a dominant victory. Boytsov moves to 26-0 and could use one more step up in class before traing to take on a Klitschko.
  4. Jorge Diaz KO6 Yan Barthelemy. Barthelemy, an Olympic gold medalist, defected with Yuriorkis Gamboa and Odlanier Solis and got a big money contract from Arena Box, only to be dropped from it like a hot potato when he lost a fight against a nobody earlier in the year. Now Barthelemy has proven to have a sketchy chin as well. Diaz moves to 10-0, and the Atlantic City attraction becomes a prospect to watch.
  5. Other results: Ina Menzer defends her belts, Susi Kentikian unifies belts, John Duddy beats Michi Munoz, Ronny Rios looks like crap in beating 1-2-1 John Wampash, Omar Chavez beats yet another trial horse, and Luis Grajeda impresses beating Juan Carlos DIaz.

Tokyo Results: Toshiaki Nishioka retains, Jorge Linares stunned


Juan Carlos Salgado stopped Jorge Linares in 73 seconds in Tokyo. There were several other notable results on the show as well.

Rankings Update: Featherweight


Ranking boxing's best at 126 pounds.

Ranking the Featherweights: May 15, 2009


Ranking boxing's best at 126 pounds.

John beats Enoki; other results


Recent results from the world of boxing, including featherweight titlist Chris John's win in Japan over Hiroyuki Enoki.

Tomato Cans: October 23, 2008


Covering the recent talking points in the world of boxing.

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