Abdulaev stopps Godoy to retain intercontinental title at 140
15.02.05 - Stuttgart - On tuesday evening Spotlight Boxing promoted an event in south Germany’s Stutgart inside the athmospheric and elegant „Alte Reithalle“ of Maritim Hotel. In the main event Usbekian Mahamat Abdulaev defeated Argentine Juan Alberto Godoy with a spectacular knockout in round 3 in a contest at jr. welterweight..
Article posted on 15.02.2005
Abdulaev landed two brutal hooks to the head of his opponent after 2 minutes and 45 seconds to up his record to 15-1 with 12 knockouts and retained his WBO intercontinental title. Godoy dropped to 15-6-1 with 3 knockouts.
In a woman world title fight German beauty Silke Weickenmeier retained her WIBF featherweight crown with a unanimous decision over American Jayla Ortiz. One weightclass lower the IBF Youth world title changed hands when Renan Acosta, 16-2 (5), from Panama beat defending champion Rashad Ismayilov over ten rounds.
Celebrating a solid comeback was former 140 lb. top contender from the Ukraine Andreas Kotelnik, 24-1 (11), who beat tough Argentine Marcelo Gonzalo Saucedo very convincingly over eight rounds.
The quickest knockout of the evening was scored by German-Polish super middleweight novice Lukas Wilaschek, 5-0 (4), who stopped Frenchman Christophe Karagoz after just two minutes and 45 seconds of the opening round.
Seven fights of the fightcard were shown live on the internet on www.boxing.de in a broadcast that began at 18:00 and lasted more than three hours. From 22:00 Eurosport televised the remaining three fights live all over Europe.
The next live broadcast on www.boxing.de will be on February 26. We will broadcast three fights of the undercard of Michalczewski vs. Tiozzo at the huge Color Line Arena of Hamburg.
Ina Menzer TKO3 Julia Kulikova
Gusmyl Perdomo W6 Thierry Karl
Ali Ahraoui TKO2 Cenk Ulug
IBF Super Featherweight Youth Championship
Renan Acosta W10 (99:91, 97:93, 95:95) Rashad Ismayilov
WIBF Featherweight Championship:
Silke Weickenmeier W10 (98:93, 99:93, 98:92) Jayla Ortiz
Alesia Graf W6 Oksana Romanova
Andreas Kotelnik W8 Marcelo G. Saucedo
Willy Blain W4 Ivo Golakov
Lukas Wilaschek TKO1 Christophe Karagoz
WBO Int. Jr. Welterweight Championship:
Mohamad Abdulaev TKO3 Juan Alberto Godoy
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