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Gonna Post my Uni here as well hope that is Ok

Aragon Stops Yoshida In 9 To Capture APBC Featherweight Title

Philipino Hilbert Aragon (15-5-0-2) traveled to Yokohama Japan to take on defending Champion Shuzo Yoshida (13-2-1-5) for the APBC Featherweight Championship. Aragon was looking to rebound from a fourth round knockout at the hands of Juan Malvarez back in January. Yoshida captured the title back in January with a second round knockout over Tomio Nakamura. The first two rounds were pretty evenly fought with no real edge to either fighter but that all changed in the third. Aragon came out like a man possesed and was just teeing off on Yoshida who did not seem to have any answers for Aragon's incredible combos. As the third round closed Yoshida's right eye was starting to swell. Aragon kept up the presure in the fourth and fifth and continued to hammer away at Yoshida who seemed completely frustrated. In the sixth Yoshida was able to land a crisp right hook that hurt Aragon who was also starting to show some swelling under the right eye. Yoshida was slowly edging his way back into the fight as he wons round six, seven and eight. In the ninth both men were looking to end this but and 1:23 into the ninth a sizzling Aragon cross dropped Yoshida who tried gallantly to rise but was unable to do so. Yoshida speaking thru a translater had these comments " I got careless and did not take Aragon seriously and I paid for it. I have shamed my self". Aragon's comments "I knew I could win this fight people underestimated me because I have five losses, that don't mean nothing. I plan to keep busy and keep my career going in the right direction".

In the Co-Feature we had #11 ranked Pat Cowdell (20-0-0-16) taking on # 5 ranked Min-Keun Oh (25-1-0-7). Oh who was a victory away from competing for a title came into the bout looking soft which was a mistake as Cowdell came to fight and fight he did. Early in the first a Cowdell hook dropped Oh for a four count. Cowdell poured it on trying to end it but Oh showed great recuperative powers and survived the round. Cowdell domintaed the first four rounds as he was landing bombs on the jaw of Oh who was now taking the punches well. In the fifth Oh landed his best punches of the fight and was able to start some swelling under the right eye of Cowdell. The swelling did not seem to bother Cowdell as he resumed control in the sixth and continued to land at will. In the ninth Cowdell came out strong and was able ti hurt Oh with a sizzling right hand right down the middle. Cowdell then landed a brutal uppercut that dropped Oh for a nine count. Oh was obviously out on his feet as he rose and a few more Cowdell bombs forced Jay Nady to halt the bout at 2:04. Big win for Cowdell and a devestating loss for Oh who dropped out of the top ten with this loss.

In the support bout we had Ernesto Marcel (17-1-0-15) facing Bernard Taylor (12-2-0-11). This was a very competative bout as both men were willing to stand and trade. Both men landed some grat shots and both men showed great chins. Thru five rounds I had Marcel ahead by one point. At this point Marcel seemed to take control and dominated the sixth and seventh rounds. Taylor battled in the eighth and may have pulled it out. All three judges scored in favor of Marcel 77-76, 78-76 and 78-75. Great win for Marcel.

Next we had Hector Lizarraga (16-3-0-9) looking to rebound from a fifth round DQ loss to Cesar Amazan back in January taking on Marcos Villasana (18-3-0-14) looking to end a two bout losing streak. Villasana was never in this one Lizarraga completely dominated this one. Villasana landed some bombs but was never able to hurt Lizarraga. As the eighth and final round started Villasana knew he needed to do something big but it again was Lizarraga who landed an explosive right hook that caused Villasana to slump to the canvas and be counted out at 2:38. This is three losses in a row for Villasana who has to seriously reconsider his life choices. Lizarraga looked incredibly impressive.

Next we had Yong-Kyun Park (1-0-1-0) facing TC Shigekazu Mori (2-5-2-1). This was an evenly fought match and the cores showed it. One judge scored for Mori 39-37 while the final two scored it 38-38. Mori is one tough TC who holds victories over Luisto Expinoza, Current APBC Champ Hilbert Aragon and also held Tomio Nakamura to a draw.

In the opening bout of the evening we had Paul Hodkinson (2-0-0-2) facing TC Bryan Allen (0-2-0-0). Hodkinson started quickly as he dropped Allen for a six count in the first and pummeled him over the first three rounds. In the fourth an Allen hook opened a cut over the left eye of Hodkinson. This did not effect Hodkinson as he went about his business and ended the fight with a right hook at 2:59 of the fourth round.

Featherweight News April 86

In May Antonio Gomez (33-0-0-8) will face Daniel Vermandere (22-0-0-2) for the vacant WBA Championship on the same card Juan Laporte (19-0-0-18) will face Antonio Esparragoza (26-0-0-23) for the vacant WBC Championship.

Featherweight Rankings April 86

Antonio Gomez (33-0-0-8)
Daniel Vermandere (22-0-0-2)
Juan Laporte (19-0-0-18)
Antonio Esparragazo (26-0-0-23)
Pat Cowdell (20-0-0-16)
Bobby Chacon (19-0-0-18)
Juan Domingo Malvarez (20-0-0-17)
Jim McDonnell (15-0-0-5)
Davey Kotey (20-1-1-14)
Spider Nemoto (17-0-1-5)


Thu Nov 13, 2008 10:11 am
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That is great I will sticky it to the top as I plan to do with all active uni's


Thu Nov 13, 2008 11:57 am
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Chacon was always one of my favorites .. glad to see him doing so well in your uni


Thu Nov 13, 2008 6:34 pm
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That WBA fight will be a barn burner. I'm glad to see another uni over here.


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mh2365 wrote:
Chacon was always one of my favorites .. glad to see him doing so well in your uni


In June he will meet Pat Cowdell for the vacant IBF Championship


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Auto Simmed Bouts of Note

Bantamweight

#50 Hurricane Teru (15-1-3-2) WUD10 #35 Ushiwakamaru Harada (13-1-1-3)
#29 Thanomchit Sukothai (14-0-0-14) WKO2 #44 Jorge Lujan (17-3-0-4)
#56 Efrain Pintor (20-2-0-19) WKO7 #55 Ruben Osvaldo Condori (16-2-2-8)
#51 Orlando Canizales (15-2-0-11) WKO6 #49 Albert Davila (20-2-0-9)

Featherweight


#37 Ruben Castillo (18-1-0-14) WKO5 #51 Shigeyoshi Adachi (17-2-0-7)
#45 Alfred Buqwana (10-7-4-1) D10 #39 Pedro Gomez (14-3-2-4)
#34 Danny Lopez (22-1-1-22) WTKO4 #26 Calvin Grove (12-2-2-3)
#22 Rigoberto Riasco (17-1-1-7) D10 #32 Alan Richardson (15-2-2-4)
#55 Cesar Amazan (21-2-1-10) WDQ8 #30 Manuel Medina (17-2-0-3)[/QUOTE]


Wed Nov 19, 2008 9:36 pm
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Tony"The Tiger"Lopez Captures NABF Jr. Lightweight Championship

Tony"The Tiger"Lopez (19-0-0-17) walked into the ring at Bally's looking out of shape and walked out with the NABF Jr Lightweight Championship. Lopez stopped tough Frankie Baltazar (18-1-0-8) in the eighth round of a scheduled twelve. The fight wasn't easy for Lopez as Baltazar came to fight and started quickly nailing Lopez early in the first. Lopez battled back in the second and had a huge round as he pasted Baltazar with vicious hooks and straight rights. In the third Baltazar seemed to be getting back in control until a Lopez hook dropped Baltazar for a three count. Lopez controlled the fourth and fifth round as he continued to rattle Baltazar. In the fifth Baltazar started to turn the tide as he rocked Lopez with a wicked combonation. Baltazar followed the fifth with a great sixth as well he landed some great combos and Lopez seemed to be slowing down. In the eighth Lopez came out looking to get back in charge of things and early in the eighth an explosive hook dropped Baltazar for a nine count. with 1:55 left to go in the round Baltazar had his work cut out for him and a few seconds later a brutal Lopez combo dropped Baltazar this time for an eight count as Baltazar struggled to get to his feet referee Brian Garry waved it off and Lopez leaped into the air to celebrate his victory.

In the co-feature #9 ranked Jackie Beard (22-0-0-11) easily out boxed the very game #10 ranked Frankie Otero (17-1-0-10) scoring knockdowns in the ninth and tenth rounds. Scores we all in favor of Beard 100-89, 98-91 and 99-89. In the support Bout Barry Michael (11-2-3-1) appeard on his way to an upset over Leonel Hernandez (15-1-0-9) until a bad gash over the right eye ended his night. Hernandez was surprised by how accurate Michael's punches were. Mexico's Jorge Paez (9-3-1-4) continued to implode dropping his third fight in a row, second of which was by DQ as he was disqualified in the fifth round of a fight he had well in hand agains Hengky Gun (14-2-0-5). Also on the undercard Blazer Okubo (12-2-0-3) easily outpointed south africa's Evans Gwiji (10-6-2-2) over sixz rounds. And in the opener John-John Molina (2-0-0-0) won a four round unanimous decision over Steve Head (1-4-0-1) scoring a knockdown in the third and almost finishing him in the fourth but Head proved to be tough.

Jr Lightweight News

Next Month Ben Villaflor (28-0-0-21) will face Julio Cesar Chavez (27-0-0-27) for the vacant WBA Championship on the same card Alexis Arguello (21-0-0-20) will face Azumah Nelson (21-0-0-20) for the vacant WBC Championship.


Auto simmed Bouts Of Note

#60 Eziquel Sanchez (14-2-1-2) WTKO4 #78 Yoshimitsu Asato (13-7-0-4)
#67 Bomber Uchida (16-4-3-1) WMD10 #46 Sam Akromah (11-3-1-2)
#44 Alton Colter (9-1-2-3) D10 #79 Edgar Apatan (13-6-4-1)
#48 Ricardo Arredondo (20-1-1-16) WTKO9 #63 Harold Warren (15-4-1-4)
#36 Hwan-Kil Yuh (11-0-1-0) D10 #76 Jimmy Bell (16-4-2-2)
#34 Ugo Poli (15-1-2-1) D10 #59 Idelfonso Bethemy (21-2-1-3)
#27 Hyun-Chi Kim WMD10 #25 Alfredo Mercano (13-1-0-6)
#40 Alfredo Escalera (12-1-0-6) WTKO8 #74 Carlos S Hernandez (13-3-1-3)
#55 Rafael Limon (11-2-1-9) WTKO6 #39 Ruby Cabiles (10-1-3-2)
#29 Kuniaki Shibata (17-1-0-7) WTKO6 #62 Tiger Ari (17-2-0-7)
#26 Samuel Serrano (20-1-1-2) WUD10 #75 Pedro Armando Gutierrez (9-4-2-1)

Jr Lightweight Rankings

Ben Villaflor (28-0-0-21)
Julio Cesar Chavez (27-0-0-27)
Johnny Sato (26-0-0-7)
Azumah Nelson (21-0-0-20)
Alexis Arguello (21-0-0-20)
Carmelo Nwgron (23-0-0-20)
Svein Erik Paulsen (21-0-0-4)
Jackie Beard (22-0-0-11)
Tony Lopez (19-0-0-17)
Tracy Patterson (20-0-0-14)


Thu Nov 20, 2008 11:25 pm
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Arguello vs. Nelson should be a good one


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mh2365 wrote:
Arguello vs. Nelson should be a good one


I agree should be a pretty competative fight with lots of bombs being thrown.


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I look forward to seeing the results in that one. I'm gonna go with Arguello by late TKO


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