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Boxing results, June 30 - July 6: Felix Sturm, Daud Yordan, Susi Kentikian, Omar Chavez, Kevin Mitchell, and Billy Dib stay relevant, Tony Thompson repeats, and Chris Jenkins breaks through

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

Dennis Grombkowski

Welcome back to another installment of "Ryan Bivins needs to get a life outside of boxing." You can check out last week's results column here. This week I touch upon a wide range of results despite most boxing pundits dubbing it a "slow week". To accompany select results there's some recaps, some analysis, some jokes, some loose talk, some preaching, and a brief, unconventional rant about PEDs. Just read it. Or don't. They pay me (very little) either way...

Anyways, same rules apply as every other week. I've seen all the bouts I've listed below and will freely answer relevant questions should you have any. And depending on my mood, I may also answer irrelevant questions...


2013-06-30 Yurix, Munakata, Fukuoka, Japan


Ayano Ikeda KO1 Taengmo Sakdafarm

Super bantamweight prospect Ikeda improved to 3-0 with 3 knockouts.


2013-07-01 Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan


Mikihito Seto TKO6 Koji Aoki

Rikki Naito UD6 Tomohisa Tagawa


2013-07-05 Club Social y Deportivo Nahuel, Florencio Varela, Buenos Aires, Argentina

TV Publica

Claudio Ariel Abalos TKO10 Victor Hugo Mujica

South American middleweight title

Ricardo Ruben Villalba MD6 Cristian Nestor Romero


2013-07-05 Olympic Hall, Porto Carras, Greece


Mairis Briedis UD8 Jeremy Ouanna (80-72, 80-72, 79-74)

Briedis, a graduate of the Bigger's Better tournaments but still on the scene for special appearances, just may wind up a top world rated cruiserweight one day. I'd tell you his record but BoxRec doesn't list Bigger's Better bouts anymore. Apparently they're "not sanctioned". Yet Prizefighter is sanctioned? There's no difference between Prizefighter - Heavyweights and Bigger's Better other than the location the bouts are held in the world. We live in a western biased society. In any event I believe Briedis has about 20 wins at this point with only 1 loss. Briedis has won BB 1, 13, and King 2012. His lone defeat came in the semi-finals of BB King 2011 against Ivica Bacurin.

Evgenios Lazaridis UD6 Sergio Romano

Bigger's Better 23 Final: Bogdan Dinu TKO1 Edmont Baltatzis

I'm not particularly high on Dinu but I think he's Romania's best hope in the heavyweight division, for whatever that's worth. He's now 12-0 and the new BB champion, otherwise known as 9-0 with 3 "unsanctioned wins" according to BoxRec.

Semi-Final 2: Bogdan Dinu TKO1 Vladimir Toktasynov

Semi-Final 1: Edmont Baltatzis TKO2 Ozcan Cetinkaya

Quarter-Final 4: Vladimir Toktasynov TKO2 Symon Was

Quarter-Final 3: Bogdan Dinu SD3 Dmitri Bezus

Quarter-Final 2: Ozcan Cetinkaya SD3 Alexandros Kartozia

Quarter-Final 1: Edmont Baltatzis TKO2 Nikolas Tsoukalas


2013-07-05 Jose Cuervo Salon, Polanco, Distrito Federal, Mexico


David Carmona TD3 Danny Flores

Carmona retained his WBO Youth super flyweight title as a clash of heads ended the bout in the 3rd round. Not enough rounds were completed to go to the scorecards, so the result is a technical draw. In a different country this could have been a no contest.

Carlos Ruiz D6 Gonzalo Rodriguez

Ruiz ended up the victim of the "Punch of the Night", but got off the floor in round 2 to salvage a draw.

Pedro Melo UD6 Walter Popoca


2013-07-05 Morseng Building, Pathum Thani, Thailand

Thai TV 7

Kwanthai Sithmorseng TKO5 Madit Sada



2013-07-05 Connecticut Convention Center, Hartford, Connecticut, USA


Billy Dib MD10 Mike Oliver (96-92, 94-94, 96-92)

Scott Christ recapped this bout, and to a lesser extent the co-feature, here.

Emmanuel De Jesus UD4 Rikardo Smith (39-36, 39-36, 40-35)

A left hook had Smith down and nearly out in round 2, but he recovered well. I suppose toughness is a prerequisite for men with heavy back hair.

Mark Davis UD8 Robert Osiobe (78-74, 77-75, 78-74)

This lightweight clash became the co-feature when Allan Green pulled out of his fight with Eleider Alvarez.


2013-07-06 Club Huracán, Villaguay, Entre Rios, Argentina


Debora Anahi Dionicius UD10 Marisa Johanna Portillo (100-90, 99-91, 98-92)

IBF female super flyweight title

Cesar Miguel Barrionuevo TKO5 Diego Martin Alzugaray

Marcelo Esteban Coceres TKO1 Pablo Martin Roldan

Carlos Daniel Aquino TKO3 Jose Gustavo Iturria


2013-07-06 Metro City, Northbridge, Western Australia, Australia

TV Publica (Argentina)

Daud Cino Yordan UD10 Daniel Eduardo Brizuela (117-111, 115-113, 116-112)

Vacant IBO lightweight title

Jason Cooper UD10 Rasmanudin (96-94, 97-93, 98-92)

Vacant IBO Asia Pacific super bantamweight title

Andrew Green D8 Jeremy Van Diemen (77-75, 76-76, 74-78)

Vacant Australia - West Australia State light heavyweight title


2013-07-06 Westfalenhalle, Dortmund, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany

SAT 1 (Germany) / TyC (Argentina)

Felix Sturm TKO4 Predrag Radosevic

Radosevic went down courtesy of left hooks to the body in rounds 3 (once) and 4 (twice). After the 3rd and final knockdown he pretty much just said "**** it" and walked off. Thus Sturm snatched the unbeaten record away from yet another prospect that the vast majority of boxing fans have never heard of. He thinks such a victory has put him in prime position to challenge the winner of Daniel Geale vs Darren Barker for the IBF crown. Michael Buffer even announced Sturm as the "#1 mandatory challenger for the IBF middleweight world championship". The problem with that, however, is that the IBF still recognizes Sam Soliman's victory over Sturm and Soliman's still the #1 contender as far as their most recent ratings go. The #2 spot is the one that was vacant, which is what Sturm (#3) and Radosevic (#4) were supposed to be filling in the first place.

But I digress. Who the hell knows what's actually going to happen? Just because I know the rules and have the facts doesn't mean I can predict the future. Maybe Sturm does get the winner of Geale-Barker. Or maybe Soliman does. Or perhaps neither does.
It's gonna be what it's gonna be.

Then again, unlike the WBC and WBA, the IBF actually has a history of following their own rules. So there's hope for you Soliman fans yet. As for the rest of you confused about how the IBF could possibly recognize a win that the German Boxing Board (BDB, short for Bund Deutscher Berufsboxer) does not, well, um, uh, it's only Germany...

Except that it's not. As it turns out the World Anti-Doping Agency would have also found Soliman dirty as they too ban methylsynephrine, aka oxilofrine. But it's not like boxing uses WADA protocols all that regularly anyways. And it's not like their findings (via USADA, VADA, or otherwise) are actually relevant in changing fight outcomes (see Peterson-Khan).

So let's keep it a bean. Soliman was merely found guilty of using methylsynephrine. It's marketed as a weight loss compound and history has shown it to be safe. The keyword there is safe. In case you weren't aware, a drug's impact on a person's health is the primary factor in determining whether it will be allowed in sports. Go ahead and make a list of legal PEDs and illegal ones. It's not a coincidence the dangerous ones are all illegal. So Germany and WADA ban oxilofrine but ultimately the IBF does not. Whether that's a good or bad thing is not for me to decide. All I can say is that the IBF is not alone, the state of drug testing in boxing is a joke, and the quest for unified rules and procedures is never-ending.

In hindsight I probably should have saved those details for a separate article. But I'm no PED expert and I'm not trying to step on anybody's toes. Besides, my last name isn't Montoya.

Susi Kentikian UD10 Carina Moreno (96-94, 97-93, 97-93)

Kentikian avenged her 2nd pro loss and recaptured her WBA female flyweight title. At best she rates #3 in her division behind Melissa McMorrow (#2) and Ava Knight (#1). Could a rematch with McMorrow be in the works or is Kentikian still interested in a showdown with light flyweight Tuti Bopp? I very much doubt Susi's confidence in her ability to beat Ava...


2013-07-06 Palenque de Tepic, Tepic, Nayarit, Mexico

Azteca 7

Omar Chavez UD10 Charlie Navarro (96-94, 97-93, 97-93)

Omar Chavez is back! And his brother was bigger than ever...

Juan Alberto Rosas UD10 Fernando Vargas (98-92, 99-90, 100-89)


2013-07-06 Auditorio General Arteaga, Queretaro, Queretaro, Mexico

Televisa (Mexico) / Fox Deportes (USA)

Andres Gutierrez UD12 Rey Perez (no scores announced)

WBC Silver super bantamweight title

Ricardo Alvarez MD12 Reyes Sanchez (115-113, 114-114, 119-109)

WBC Continental Americas light welterweight title

Ramon Alvarez TKO5 Marco Hernandez


2013-07-06 York Hall, Bethnal Green, London, United Kingdom

Sky Sports

Prizefighter Light Welterweight Final: Chris Jenkins TKO2 Danny Connor

Jenkins made his way through the tournament easier than Connor and was the odds on favorite to win before the two touched gloves. He didn't disappoint. Connor was dropped by a series of right hands in round 1 and finished off by some more in round 2. Left hooks were thrown in for good measure, too.

Thus Chris Jenkins is now 10-0 and already a Prizefighter champion. Will his future be bright? Time will tell.

Special Feature: Kevin Mitchell PTS8 Sebastien Benito (80-71)

This was a comeback fight for Mitchell at light welterweight. Benito was down once at the end of round 7 and was outclassed throughout but made it to the finish line.

Semi-Final 2: Chris Jenkins UD3 Eren Arif

Semi-Final 1: Danny Connor UD3 Ryan Taylor

Quarter-Final 4: Chris Jenkins UD3 Tony Owen

Quarter-Final 3: Eren Arif UD3 Liam Shinkwin

Quarter-Final 2: Ryan Taylor UD3 Matty Tew

Quarter-Final 1: Danny Connor UD3 Charlie Rice


2013-07-06 Echo Arena, Liverpool, Merseyside, United Kingdom

BoxNation (UK) / Wealth TV (USA)

Tony Thompson TKO5 David Price

Scott Christ recapped this bout here.

Darren Hamilton UD12 Adil Anwar (118-112, 117-112, 116-113)

BBBofC British light welterweight title

Kevin Satchell UD12 Iain Butcher (115-113, 115-113, 115-114)

BBBofC British & Commonwealth flyweight titles

Neil L. Perkins PTS6 Dan Blackwell


2013-07-06 Doncaster Dome, Doncaster, Yorkshire, United Kingdom

Hatton Boxing TV

Gavin McDonnell TKO2 Ross Burkinshaw

BBBofC Central Area super bantamweight title

Dale Miles PTS8 John Fewkes

Andy Townend TKO2 Jake Smith

Tommy Coward PTS6 Max Maxwell

Sam Sheedy PTS6 Simone Lucas

Damon Jones PTS4 Costas Osben

Luke Crowcroft PTS4 Dean Walker

Josh Morgan PTS4 Kristian Laight

Ben Davies D4 Joe Walsh

Robbie Barrett PTS4 Billy Smith


#QuitCounter2013 added 3 new notches to its belt this week, listed in bold. The new total is 107.

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
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


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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