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Hellraiser Boxing News | Results Round Up
The big boxing results from around the world this past weekend, rounded up by Adam Thorn.

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Results Round Up

The big boxing results from around the world this past weekend, rounded up by Adam Thorn.


Josh Taylor moved a step closer to a world title fight, becoming the first boxer ever to halt Miguel Vasquez, doing so in round nine. Taylor, 11-0 (10), picked up the WBC Silver super lightweight title, Vasquez goes back to Mexico 39-6 (15).

Jason Easton, 11-0 (6), took a unanimous decision over previously unbeaten Josef Zahradnik, 9-1 (4). That was for the IBO Intercontinental super lightweight strap.

Chantelle Cameron battered Edith Ramos into submission in the third round of their IBO Intercontinental Female lightweight title fight. Cameron stays unbeaten at 4-0 (3) and wins her first professional title, Ramos drops to 6-2-1 (0).

Heavyweight Martin Ilunga, now 10-0 (7) stopped previously unbeaten Ali Baghouz, 10-1-1 (6), in the first round of their IBO Intercontinental heavyweight title.


In the main event, the hotly anticipated rematch between Liam Smith and Liam Williams wasn't the barnburner many hoped it would be, but proved an intriguing fight for the purists. Smith, 26-1-1 (14), took a majority decision from a close fight. Williams is now 16-2-1 (11).

Thomas Ward, 22-0 (2), and Sean Davis, 13-2 (0) may not pack plenty of firepower but their British super bantamweight title fight was a cracker nonetheless, Ward seemed comfortable until the dogged Davis got through in the mid rounds. However, Ward took a unanimous decision.

Josh Leather, 13-0 (6) and Glenn Foot, 21-3 (6) had a verbal spat at the press conference prior to their IBF East/ West Europe super lightweight title fight, and the bad blood spilled into the contest. Foot had favourite Leather down heavily in two, but also had two points deducted through the fight, meaning a close scrap went Leather's way. A unanimous, but razor thin decision taking the belt.

Nathan Gorman, 11-0 (9), impressed in blasting the unbeaten record of Mohamed Soltby, 13-1 (8) into oblivion. Also on the bill, impressive super middleweight Mark Heffron 18-0 (14) stopped Lewis Taylor, 19-5-1 (3) in the seventh of their eight rounder.

New York, USA

Eddie Hearn acquisition, middleweight contender Daniel Jacobs, 33-2 (29) moved Luis Arias' losses column up to “1”. Arias, now 18-1 (9), had never been stepped upto Jacob's level before, and the scorecards of 118-109, 120-107, 119-108 in Jacob's favour reflected that.

Unbeaten Heavyweight Jarrell “Big Baby” Miller got the biggest scalp on his ledger in stopping the tough Mariusz Wach in round nine. Wach, 33-3 (17), had only ever been stopped by Alexander Povetkin before, and the win gives Miller, 20-0-1 (18) a very strong claim to be in the mix at the top of the division.

Also on the bill, Britain's Conor Benn, 10-0 (8), the welterweight destroyed the challenge of Brandon Sanudo, 7-7 (4) in the second round of his first fight outside the UK.

Fresno, USA

Russian wrecking ball Artur Beterbiev didn't have his easiest fight, but kept his perfect 12-0 (12) record in tact stopping Enrico Koelling, 23-2 (6), in the final round of their fight for the vacant IBF World light heavyweight title.

Posted: 13th Nov 2017

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