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Boxing results, November 24 - 30: stacked week has a little of everything, from everywhere

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

Paul Spadafora's long unbeaten streak finally came to an end at the hands of Johan Perez
Paul Spadafora's long unbeaten streak finally came to an end at the hands of Johan Perez

Four more results columns to go before retirement...check out the previous one here.


2013-11-24 Cotai Arena, Venetian Resort, Macao, Macao S.A.R., China

HBO PPV & TopRank.TV (USA) / BoxNation (UK)

Manny Pacquiao UD12 Brandon Rios (120-108, 119-109, 118-110)

I actually covered this card last week, because it was Saturday night as far as Americans were concerned, but as it took place in China it was actually a Sunday morning to afternoon event. So here it is less detail.

Evgeny Gradovich TKO9 Billy Dib

Andy Ruiz Jr TKO4 Tor Hamer

Zou Shiming UD6 Juan Tozcano (60-54, 60-54, 60-52)

Felix Verdejo UD6 Petchsamuthr Duanaaymukdahan (60-53, 60-53, 60-53)

Rex Tso TKO1 Susu Sithjadaeng

Kuok Kun Ng UD4 You-Jie Zeng (40-36, 40-36, 40-36)

Ik Yang MD6 Hero Tito (57-57, 60-54, 59-55)

Harmonito Dela Torre KO3 Jason Butar Butar


2013-11-25 Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan

Sport TV2ne1

Kyotaro Fujimoto UD10 Kotatsu Takehara (97-93?, 97-94?, 96-94?)

Japanese heavyweight title

Hiroki Okada TKO8 Jaypee Ignacio

Gosuke Seki TKO6 Hiroyuki Sagehashi

Kenji Kubo TKO3 Taro Mochizuki


2013-11-26 Paita, New Caledonia


Nicolas Dion W6 Steven Ma

Super middleweights


2013-11-26 Lawoe technology School, Lop Buri, Thailand

Thai TV 3

Teerachai Kratingdaenggym TKO5 Omar Marabayev

PABA welterweight title

Chatpetch Sithmorseng W6 Safwan Lombok

Phompetch Kilasportsgym W6 Ratchasak Looksaikongdin

Stamp Kiatniwat TKO1 John Bima


2013-11-26 BB&t Center, Sunrise, Florida, USA

Fox Sports

Antonio Tarver TKO4 Mike Sheppard

Interim NABA heavyweight title

Randy Caballero TKO7 Jessy Cruz

Thomas Williams Jr UD10 Yusaf Mack

Luis Ortiz KO1 Alex Gonzales

A highlight of this whopping 1 rounder was shown during the Tarver-Sheppard fight. It's not a coincidence that Ortiz is the #1 ranked heavyweight according to the WBA and the title that Tarver just picked up is WBA affiliated. With the WBA regular world title now vacant you might see Tarver-Ortiz down the line for the belt.


2013-11-27 Allphones Arena, Olympic Park, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia (USA) / MainEvent PPV (Australia)

Anthony Mundine RTD6 Shane Mosley

Scott Christ recapped the "action" here. Mundine acquired the vacant WBA International light middleweight title.

Luke Turner UD4 Blake Ferguson (39-37, 39-37, 39-37)

Renold Quinlan UD8 Joseph Kwadjo (79-74, 77-75, 78-74)

This was easily the best fight on the entire card. Quinlan was put through the ringer but emerged 6-0 against the now 21-7, former intercontinental super middleweight champion Kwadjo.

David Aloua TKO3 Mosese Sorovi

Sam Ah See UD4 Daniel Roy Maxwell (40-36, 40-36, 40-36)

Ahmed Dib TKO3 Mike Wanprasert


2013-11-29 Estadio Ruca Che, Neuquen, Neuquen, Argentina


Jorge Sebastian Heiland KO12 Billi Facundo Godoy

In this thrilling rematch for the WBC International middleweight title, Heiland got his revenge. In the opening rounds Godoy timed Heiland with right hands and eventually dropped him at the end of round 3 (although with a left). Heiland was stunned again at the end of round 4 but stayed on his feet. Honestly it's hard to say if Heiland definitively won any of the first 6 rounds. But things began to look a lot better for Heiland after the first 5. All of a sudden it's Godoy on the canvas in round 7 (courtesy of a short right hand).

Then Godoy bounced right back and made the 8th, 9th, 10th, and 11th stanzas debatable. Round 9 was particularly brutal.  I don't know what the official scorecards were going into the final round but Godoy was potentially well ahead despite the even nature of the fight. Heiland, seemingly aware of such a possibility, went for broke in round 12 and scored a knockdown off a left hook out of the southpaw stance. Godoy beat the count but the referee ruled him unfit to continue. Godoy protested the questionable yet fair stoppage. It was a dramatic ending to a great fight.

A trilogy could (hopefully) be in the works.

Mauro Maximiliano Godoy UD6 Miguel Leonardo Caceres

Diego Alberto Chaves UD6 Anibal Daniel Pieroni

Bruno Horacio Godoy D4 Ramon Sebastian Munoz


2013-11-29 Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan

Sport TV2ne1

Tadashi Yuba SD10 Yoshihisa Tonimura (97-95?, 96-95?, 95-96?)

Japanese light middleweight title


2013-11-29 Central Gym, Kobe, Hyogo, Japan


Kohei Oba TKO4 Yuji Hasegawa

Japanese bantamweight title


2013-11-29 Centro de Convenciones Siglo XXI, Merida, Yucatán, Mexico

Azteca America

Eduardo Torres DQ2 Martin Cardona

Cardona lost 1 point for hitting behind the head in round 1 and lost 2 points for doing it in round 2 before he was disqualified upon the 4th total infraction. Super featherweight prospect Torres advanced to 15-0.

Naciff Castillo UD8 Humberto Morales

Roque Mex SD6 Irving Requena


2013-11-29 City Hall Ground, Chonburi, Thailand

Thai TV 7

Yodmongkol Vor Saengthep TKO12 Koki Eto

Yodmongkol dished out a brutal beating and picked up the interim WBA flyweight title. Earlier this year Eto won the same title in a fight of the year candidate. This was his first defense.


2013-11-30 Club Social y Cultural El Cruce, Malvinas Argentinas, Buenos Aires, Argentina

TyC (Argentina) / Teledoce La Tele (Uruguay)

Chris Namus KO4 Roxana Beatriz Laborde

Light welterweight contender Namus inches her way back to world title contention.

Ricardo Ruben Villalba TKO8 Cesar Humberto Velez

Vacant WBO Latino welterweight title

Roman Ruben Reinoso TKO2 Cesar Elias Benitez

This was an amusing knockout.

German Argentino Benitez UD4 Carlos Alberto Olivera

Juan Jose Jurado UD4 Leandro David Ojeda


2013-11-30 Colisee de Quebec, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada

Indigo PPV (Canada) / Sky Sports (UK) / HBO (USA)

Adonis Stevenson TKO6 Tony Bellew (1:50)

Scott Christ recapped the main event here. Stevenson retained his WBC /RING light heavyweight titles.

Sergey Kovalev TKO2 Ismayl Sillakh (0:52)

And Scott recapped the co-feature here. Kovalev retained his WBO light heavyweight title.

Ionut Dan Ion SD12 Kevin Bizier (110-117, 116-111, 114-113)

And he recapped the remaining undercard here. Jo Jo Dan lifted the NABA and IBF Inter-Continental welterweight titles.

David Lemieux TKO7 Jose Miguel Torres (1:48)

Mikael Zewski TKO3 Ryan Davis (2:01)

Eric Martel Bahoeli TKO2 Didier Bence (1:44)

Artur Beterbiev KO1 Billy Bailey (2:49)

Sebastien Bouchard UD6 Mohamed Sidi Slimani (60-54, 60-54, 60-54)


2013-11-30 Maguan, China


Xiong Zhao Zhong TKO5 Lookrak Kiatmungmee

WBC minimumweight title

Andrey Kalyuzhnyy TKO1 Vasil Kostadinov Angelov

Kang En UD4 Nampetch Or Liangprasert (40-38, 40-36, 39-37)

Neeraj Goyat UD6 Xian Wei Qian (60-57, 59-55, 60-55)


2013-11-30 Halle Monconseil, Tours, Indre-et-Loire, France

Rafa Martin - KO Verdun

Myriam Lamare PTS8 Loli Munoz

Apparently Lamare changed her mind about retiring. She's 38 now but she's only lost to 2 of the greatest fighters in female boxing history. She can still make another successful world title run, but she should stay away from Cecilia Braekhus, unless of course the retirement check is worth it. I'd suggest she pick up the IBF female welterweight title beforehand. Braekhus has the other "main ones" that you know about, although the list of recognized world titles is actually much longer in female boxing. The "big 4" arrived to the dance late. Remind me to rank the most relevant sanctioning bodies in women's boxing someday...


2013-11-30 Esplanade de Paris, Cergy-Pontoise, Val-d'Oise, France


Gaelle Amand UD10 Irma Balijagic Adler (97-93, 97-94, 99-91)

Vacant World Boxing Federation female featherweight title

Ahmed El Mousaoui SD10 Frank Haroche Horta (94-96, 96-95?, 96-93)

France welterweight title


2013-11-30 Beeskow Sportzentrum, Beeskow, Brandenburg, Germany (GBA.TV)

Nick Klappert TKO7 Idiozan Matos

Vacant IBO Inter-Continental light middleweight title

Azad Azizov UD12 Philipp Schuster (117-111, 117-111, 118-112)

Vacant Global Boxing Council light welterweight title

Ali Reza Farahnak W4 Patrick Berger

Misha Manukian TKO2 Zdenek Siroky

Alexander Dudko W4 Suleyman Dag


2013-11-30 Auditorio del Estado, Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico

Azteca 7

Zolani Tete KO10 Juan Carlos Sanchez Jr (2:43)

Tete pulled off the upset in this foul-filled IBF super flyweight title eliminator. Sanchez waited too long before attempting to beat the final 10-count. Had he been a second quicker, who knows, maybe he survives the round and Tete would be disqualified in the next.

Jorge Paez Jr TKO7 Ivan Hernandez


2013-11-30 Deportivo Agustín Ramos Millan, Toluca, México, Mexico

Televisa (Mexico) / Fox Deportes (USA)

Zulina Munoz DQ8 Marisa Johanna Portillo

Portillo was disqualified for excessive holding. Munoz retained her WBC female super flyweight title.

Janeth Perez SD10 Galina Koleva Ivanova (98-82, 92-98, 98-93)

Perez was lucky to pick up the vacant IBF female bantamweight title because quite frankly she was out boxed. Judges Fabricio Lopez and Richard Ocasio should be ashamed of themselves for only giving Ivanova 2 rounds.

Esau Herrera UD8 Bruno Sandoval

Armando Santos TKO2 Juan Jimenez

This highlight reel KO caused the Spanish commentary to momentarily turn into English.


2013-11-30 Arena Panama Al Brown, Colon City, Panama

TV Max

Celestino Caballero TKO2 Jimmy Aburto

I haven't seen Caballero look this good in several years. Then again I haven't seen Caballero fight an opponent this hopeless in even longer. In any event my man C-Baller is back in the world title picture after picking up the vacant WBC Latino featherweight title in this bout.

Javier Prieto UD12 Vicente Mosquera (115-112, 116-111, 115-112)

I'm not sure why this was a massive upset, but, apparently people thought about Mosquera in his world championship days...all the way back in 2006. On this night the younger Prieto outhustled him and lifted the vacant WBC Silver lightweight title.


2013-11-30 Araneta Coliseum, Barangay Cubao, Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines

ABS-CBN (Philippines) / BeIn (USA)

Donnie Nietes KO3 Sammy Gutierrez

Nietes dominated and retained his WBO light flyweight title. Supposedly a rematch with Moises Fuentes is next. Their original fight ended in a disputed draw.

Merlito Sabillo D12 Carlos Buitrago (113-115, 115-113, 114-114)

In a battle of BLH top 10 ranked strawweights, rated right next to each other, no one emerged victorious. The fight was difficult to score but the draw was completely fair. Buitrago played the role of the counter puncher while Sabillo was the harder punching aggressor. Ultimately Sabillo defended his WBO minimumweight title.

Milan Melindo UD12 Jose Alfredo Rodriguez (118-110, 118-109, 119-109)

Vacant WBO International flyweight title

Jason Pagara UD10 Vladimir Baez (98-91, 98-90, 99-90)

WBO International light welterweight title

AJ Banal UD10 Manuel Gonzalez Garcia (98-92, 98-92, 100-90)

These scorecards were probably wider than they should have been...

Jimrex Jaca KO1 Wellem Reyk


2013-11-30 Hala Sportowa, ul. Zuzlowa 4, Czestochowa, Poland

Polsat & TVP Sport

Dawid Kwiatkowski SD8 Laszlo Fazekas (75-77?, 77-75?, 77-75?)

World Boxing Forum Youth welterweight title

Rafal Jackiewicz UD6 Lajos Munkacsy

Former world champion Jackiewicz fights on.

Marcin Siwy KO3 Istvan Ruzsinszky

World Boxing Forum Youth heavyweight title

Marcin Najman RTD2 Alex Serbic

Tomasz Dobosz KO1 Oliver Nagy

Przemyslaw Watroba W4 Rudolf Varga


2013-11-30 Rings, Ekaterinburg, Russia


Vasily Lepikhin KO1 Alexey Varakin

Russian light heavyweight champion Lepikhin improved to 15-0 with the help of a well-placed left hook to the body.


2013-11-30 Olympic Sports Complex, Grozny, Russia


Movsur Yusupov UD12 Vladimir Idranyi (118-110, 120-108? [announced 120-110], 117-112)

Light heavyweight prospect Yusupov progressed to 6-0. Apparently to celebrate his UBO Youth world championship, confetti rained down and Queen's rendition of "We Are The Champions" was played. That was totally appropriate. Yusupov has done it all. Time to retire and go out on top.

Nikki Adler UD10 Zane Brige (97-93, 97-93, 98-92)

Adler improved to 11-0, defended her World Boxing Federation female super middleweight title, and added the vacant WBC female super middleweight title to her collection. The WBF title she defended was also vacant before her previous bout, also against Brige. And if you think that's bad, this is actually the 3rd time that they have fought.

Anyways, maybe Adler will be cannon fodder for Christina Hammer someday. Hammer moves freely between 160 and 168 because the talent pool is extremely thin. Claressa Shields, still a little girl as far as I'm concerned, would destroy most of these grown women so very badly. Can't say I blame her for staying amateur and picking up another Olympic Gold medal in 2016. Hammer-Shields is literally the only female fight I'm looking forward to from 160 on up in all of the foreseeable future... The days of Wolfe, Ali, and Ragosina are long gone. And guess what? None of them ****ing fought each other.

But I digress...

Apti Ustarkhanov UD10 Josef Obeslo (100-90, 100-90, 100-90)

Ustarkhanov won some kind of intercontinental light heavyweight championship. His record is now a staggering 4-1-1.

Viskhan Murzabekov TKO9 Uladzislau Mahdanau

Unbeaten welterweight prospect Murzabekov improved to 7-0 and got to take home a shiny belt and a trophy. I think the inscriptions are in Russian so I really have no idea what they read.

Ilyas Kelimatov KO1 Anton Petukhov


2013-11-30 Triumph, Lyubertsy, Russia

TV Lyubertsy

Dmitry Kudryashov KO1 Zack Mwekassa

Unbeaten cruiserweight prospect Kudryashov picked up his 12th straight KO in as many wins. The man is very heavy handed and his left hook is no joke.


2013-11-30 Copper Box Arena, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Hackney Wick, London, United Kingdom


Dereck Chisora TKO3 Ondrej Pala

Scott Christ recapped this farce, along with some of the undercard, here. Chisora walked away with the WBO & WBA International heavyweight titles.

George Kean TKO4 Danny Donchev

Frank Buglioni KO8 Stepan Horvath

Vacant WBO European super middleweight title

Andreas Evangelou PTS6 Mitch Mitchell (59-56)

Bradley Skeete UD10 Colin Lynes (96-94, 96-93, 97-93)

Vacant BBBofC English welterweight title

Tom Baker PTS6 Kirill Psonko (60-54)


2013-11-30 Belle of Baton Rouge Casino, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA

World Fighting Championships

Jeff Lacy TKO3 Martin Verdin

The former IBF super middleweight champion is back! "Left Hook" Lacy is back! The knockout sensation is back!

No, not really. With a record of 20-16-2 at the age of 37 with the vast majority of his bouts taking place in Louisiana, what was Verdin supposed to do besides get knocked out? And he wasn't even really knocked out. His corner just threw in the towel. The referee wasn't close to stopping it either. Fans booed.

Such is boxing.


2013-11-30 Santander Arena, Reading, Pennsylvania, USA


Travis Kauffman TKO1 Jason Barnett

World Boxing Union Intercontinental Heavyweight Championship!!!! This card was filled with mismatches aside from 2 bouts but it was all entertaining. Not much to say but worth a watch.

Frank Santos De Alba TKO4 Osnel Charles

Evincii Dixon SD6 Rafael Montalvo

Emil Rodriguez D4 Travis Thompson

This was a good draw and a good fight. Rounds 3 and 4 were fantastic as far as pure entertainment goes. Both guys were hurt. A rematch has been signed.

Khalib Whitmore TKO1 Mark Baltimore

Randy Easton TKO1 William Monroe


2013-11-30 Mountaineer Casino Racetrack and Resort, Chester, West Virginia, USA


Johan Perez MD12 Paul Spadafora (115-113, 114-114, 117-111)

I scored the bout 115-113 for Perez but I was OK with all of the scorecards. Perez picked up the interim WBA light welterweight title and Spaddy was denied 49 wins without a loss, much like Larry Holmes and Dariusz Michalczewski before him. 49-0 is a sacred mark, ya dig?

At least ever since Brian Nielsen violated it... Story to come on this later...

Wilkins Santiago D6 Eric Draper (58-56, 56-58, 57-57)

Morgan Fitch D6 Darnell Boone (55-58, 57-56, 56-56)

Fitch was down at the end of round 3 and the start of round 4. But then Boone took his foot off the gas and let Fitch back into the fight.

Dustin Craig Echard MD4 Thomas Hanshaw (38-38, 39-37, 39-37)

Antonio Nieves TKO1 Brian Raglin (1:28)

Mike Snider UD4 James Denson (39-37, 39-37, 39-37)


#QuitCounter2013 only went up 1 this week, I think... I'm tired. There were way too many fights this week. I'm surprised more people didn't quit... Anyways, here's who did:

2013-11-30 Marcin Najman RTD2 Alex Serbic

The new quit total is 191. Now I'm wondering if we really will reach 200...


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

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