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March 10, 2013


Australian bout ends with towel thrown in just 23 seconds shy of final bell

Brayd Smith TKO8 Shogo Sakai... Toowoomba Australia’s Brayd “The Great White” Smith defeated Japan’s Shogo Sakai after Sakai’s corner threw in the towel with 23 seconds to go in the eighth and final round of their featherweight bout. Both fighters have their moments but Smith (5-0) finally claimed the TKO win just seconds before the final bell. After an even start, Sakai (2-2-1) hit the canvas late in the third round. “I knocked him down at the end of the third with a solid right hand” Said Smith. “He was badly hurt and probably lucky it was so close to the bell but to his credit he came back.” Sakai clawed his way back into the bout, which culminated in a seventh round surge The victory came at a price for Smith who was left with two black eyes, and once again a badly swollen right hand. source: press release

Juergen Doberstein W12 Blas Miguel Martinez... In Germany, super middleweight Juergen Doberstein outboxed Spain's Blas Miguel Martinez over twelve rounds. The German put on one of his best performances, and was awarded a unanimous decision by scores of 120-108, 119-109 and 118-110. With the victory, 24-year-old Doberstein improves his professional record to 14-1-1, while Martinez drops to 18-7.  source: wbf

Sandor Micsko W10 Ferenc Hafner... Fellow Hungarians Ferenc Hafner and Sandor Micsko gave each other a hard back-and-forth battle at middleweight, with the latter prevailing by unanimous decision after ten entertaining rounds. Micsko knocked his eleven years older compatriot down in round eight, and Hafner fought through the last two rounds with a severe nosebleed, but both boxers had their moments. In the end the scores were 96-93 (twice) and 98-92 in favor of Micsko (15-3-2). Hafner is now 17-3. source: wbf

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