On Friday night, September 8, World Boxing Federation (WBF) World Middleweight Champion Diego Diaz Gallardo defended his title for the first time against Brazilian Felipe Santos Pedroso at the Estadio Ciudad de Santiago del Estero, in his home-town of Santiago del Estero, Argentina.
In her most recent outing, last December, Marion Montanari lost a razor-thin split decision to Isabelle Pare in a hotly contested battle for the French national title. Just before that, she had come up short in another split decision to the talented and unbeaten Pare.
Undefeated Indonesian light flyweight contender Tibo Monabesa is back in the ring on May 20th. Monabesa will defend his WBC International Silver title in Jakarta against Arnold Garde of The Philippines.
Monabesa is making the first defense of the title he won last January against another Filipino, Rene Patilano.
Otherwise known for being the base of some of the worlds largest Champagne brands, boxing will take centre stage in Epernay, France on Saturday April 15. Two World Boxing Federation (WBF) title fights are co-featured on a show at the Hall des Sports Pierre Gaspard.
Local man Georges Beaupuis (27), bringing a 13-4 (2) record and riding a five-fight winning streak, is entering his first championship fight as he takes on former Spanish national champion Luis Crespo (36) for the vacant International Middleweight title.
World Boxing Federation (WBF) Intercontinental Cruiserweight Champion Sefer Seferi made a successful first defense of his title Saturday night, April 1, at the Markthalle in Burgdorf, Switzerland. With a near sell-out crowd of 1500 fans, he left no one disappointed.
Three World Boxing Federation (WBF) World Championship fights found winners on Friday night, March 31. One in Fort-de-France, Martinique, and two in Cape Town, South Africa. One saw a reigning champion unseated, while two had vacant titles claimed by very competent new champions.
World Boxing Federation (WBF) Intercontinental Cruiserweight Champion Sefer Seferi will return to his real weight-class and defend his title on Saturday April 1 in home-town Burgdorf, Switzerland, after a short venture to the Heavyweight division last September.
World ranked middleweight Antoine Douglas returned to action after a year layoff by stopping Pablo Munguia in the 5th round in a scheduled six-round bout in Charenton, Louisiana.
Douglas of Washington, D.C. was making his first start since March 5, 2016 got back in the win column.
Allison did not waste anytime letting his fists go. After the opening bell, Mr. Marvelous and Hayslett touched gloves, and Allison let his fist fly. Allison landed a wild right hand which backed Hayslett into the corner. Allison jumped on Hayslett, and threw a wild five punch combo. Allison landed three hard body shots and a hard hook, but Hayslett was game and landed a right hand straight down the middle that forced Allison to step back and regroup. Hayslett tried to take advantage, but Allison showed poise and started landing vicious body shots which allowed him to regain control and force Hayslett to stop throwing and defend. Allison landed a vicious body shot that forced Hayslett to take a knee seconds before the bell ended round one. Hayslett took an eight count and staggered back to his corner.
World Boxing Federation (WBF) Championship action took place in France, Japan and Kosovo on Saturday, October 22, with new champions crowned in the Light Welterweight, Super Featherweight, Super Flyweight and Cruiserweight divisions.
At the Cirque Jules Verne in Amiens, France, local favorite Christopher Sebire captured the vacant WBF World Light Welterweight title with a unanimous decision over former South American champion Martin Antonio “El Principito” Coggi from Argentina.