Euro Roundup: Jackiewicz Decisions Kozle
11.06.06 - By Per Ake Persson: Polish welter Rafael Jackiewicz won the vacant IBC title last night in Kedzierzyn Kozle with a unanimous decision over Joel Mayo, who put up a brave performance. "Jackie fought a perfect fight," says Hammer Knockoutīs Andrew Wasilewski, "but Mayo kept coming until the end. It was a tough, bloody fight."
Article posted on 12.06.2006
On the undercard of Sauerland Eventīs Jr. middle, Alexander Sipos, returned to action and outscored Russian Tagir Rzaev over eight. Heavies Volodia Lazebnik and Tomasz Bonin, also won. Lazebnik stopped Latvian Aleksandre Borhovs in the fifth, while Bonin outscored Alexander Subin over six.
French middle, Francois Bastient, stopped Finn Kai Kauramaki in six Friday night, in Fourmies. Kauramaki was retired in his corner with a broken nose.
Italian lightheavies Leonardo Turchi and Remo Tatangelo clash again for the national title July 15 in Seguals. Itīs their fifth meeting. The score is 1-1-2 so one might say they are evenly matched.
French fly Brahim Asloum is heading for Buenos Aires reports netboxe.com for a training camp in preparation for his fight July 15 in Le Cannet. Asloum is now trained by Dan Birmingham.
Italian jr middle Sven Paris is currently in the Domican Republic training under former contender Freddy Cruz. Paris have a fight scheduled in Santo Domingo June 20.
French supermiddle Jean Paul Mendy outscored late sub Laurent Goury over eight last night (June 10) in Luce. EBU welter champ Frederik Klose did the same to Romanian Vasile Stan in a non-title fight.
Belgian light Rachid Mokhtari stopped Slovakian Lubos Priehradnak in the fifth in the headliner of a show in Verviers June 10.
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