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I'll be rooting for Cobb but I think Page will win


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I'll be rooting for Cobb but I think Page will win


I'm feeling the same way


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Komiyama Dominates In First Defense

Katsumi Komiyama's (20-1-1-2) incredible year continues. Komiyama was making his first defense of the IBF Straweight Championship he won back in February. Komiyama was defending against the man he won the title from four months ago Hideyuki Ohashi (24-3-4-7). Ohashi earned this bout with an incredible first round knockout over Carlos Alberto Rodriguez. Ohashi again as last time was coming in as a 3-1 favorite. Whoever underestimated Komiyama again will surely not do it again anytime soon. Komiyama coming into the bout felt disrespected. "I am the champion why Ohashi is favored again is ridiculous". Well Komiyama put all nay sayers to rest as he completely dominated and broke Ohashi down on his way to a fifteenth round TKO. When I say dominated that is not an understatement. Komiyama out landed Ohashi 528-260. Ohashi had only won one round on the judges scorecards mine included. He would visit the canvas for counts of eight and six in the fourth and fourteenth rounds, and his face was a mask of pain as he had swelling above the right eye and a nasty cut above the left which the doc examined in the fourteenth. As the final round started you could tell Komiyama wanted to end it he did not want to go the distance. He quickly jumped on Ohashi and landed an incredible right hook that almost made Ohashi's knee touch the floor, how he stayed up is beyond me. Ohashi was in serious trouble and it didn't take to many more shots form Komiyama before the ref jumped in and stopped the fight. "Maybe now I get respect. I've beaten him twice now and this time was emphatic. I look forward to meeting Sogcwe in September. It was nice fighting in front of my people."

Komiyama made reference to Tamsanqa Sogcwe (14-2-4-3) who narrowly won his IBF Eliminator over Titing Dignos (15-3-1-3) earlier in the evening. What a competitive fight as both men stood and traded for twelve rounds. Dignos main problem was he got dropped twice which would be the difference in the scoring. I myself had it 113-113, while the official judges saw it in favor of Sogcwe, 114-112 twice and 113-113. Dignos visited the canvas in the second and tenth rounds. After the second round knockdown Dignos got it together winning the next five rounds. Sogcwe stormed back taking the last half of the fight. Dignos out landed Sogcwe 320-192. The match between Sogcwe and Komiyama should be a good one.

The under card bouts featured Nico Thomas (2-0-1-1) earning a four round unanimous decision over Shozo Adachi (0-4-0-0) and Wele Maqolo (1-0-1-0) got jobbed by the judges as he walked away with a draw over Zahid Kadeer (0-0-1-0)

Straweight News June 86

Next month Ricardo Lopez (18-0-0-11) will face Masato Kudo (14-1-2-3) in his first defense of the WBA Title, on the under card Fernando Martinez (13-1-0-8) and Carlos Alberto Rodriguez (21-2-0-8) will face off in a WBA Elim. In August Macario Santos (14-2-0-5) and Kyung-Yun Lee (17-1-0-7) will meet as Santos looks to make his first defense of the WBC Title, the under card will feature Bong-Jun Kim (15-1-0-4) and Nick Dalisay(14-2-0-0) in a WBC Eliminator. Finally in September Katsumi Komiyama (20-1-1-2) looks to defend his title for the second time vs Tamsanqa Sogcwe(14-2-4-3) and Eric Chavez (14-2-3-3) and Kenji Ono (9-2-1-1) will face off in an IBF Eliminator

Strawweight Rankings June 86

Ricardo Lopez (18-0-0-11) WBA
Katsumi Komiyama (20-1-1-2) IBF
Fernando Martinez (13-1-0-8)
Marcario Santos (14-2-0-5) WBC
Carlos Alberto Rodriguez (21-2-0-8)
Bong-Jun Kim (15-1-0-4)
Kyung-Yun Lee (17-1-0-7)
Hideyuki Ohashi (24-3-4-7)
Nick Dalisay (14-2-0-0)
Tamsanqa Sogcwe (14-2-4-3)


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Gonzalez Wins Title In Stunning Fashion

Humberto Gonzalez (18-0-0-13) entered the ring Saturday night as a 3/1 favorite over Dodie Boy Penalosa (17-1-0-2) and man did he not disappoint. Gonzalez came out looking for the kill early and at 1:36 a sizzling combo sent Penalosa to the canvas for the first time. He rose at the count of eight and quickly got on his bicycle. Gonzalez continued to come forward and landed some great shots. Right as it seemed Penalosa was getting his legs back under him a screaming Gonzalez hook dropped Penalosa again who frighteningly dropped to the canvas limply. He was then counted out at 2:06 of the first round. This was Gonzalez' second knockout of the year. He stopped Jose Ibiris in nine back in January. Penalaosa was coming into the bout off of a ten round unanimous decision over Flywell Botha, but was no match for the slugging Gonzalez. Looking ahead Gonzalez will meet German Torres in September for his first title defense.

The co-feature pitted Michael Ebo Danquah (22-3-1-6) and Udin Baharudin (13-3-2-2) squaring off for the AABU Jr Flywqeight Championship. Danquah was looking to rebound from a ninth round TKO to Shigeo Nakajima back in February, while Baharudin won a ten round unanimous decision over Mario DeMarco in April. Danquah took control early in this one winning three of the first five rounds with one round even. The sixth was a huge round for Danquah as he pasted Baharudin with lefts and rights opening a gash on the bridge of the nose of Baharudin and causing Baharudin's left eye to start swelling. Danquah then controlled the next three rounds as well even dropping Baharudin with a wicked uppercut for a eight count in the ninth. Baharudin would mount a minor comeback over the final three rounds opening a cut above Danquah's right eye in the tenth. I scored in favor of Danquah 116-113, while the official scoring read 116-111 twice and 117-114 all for Michael Ebo Danquah. The punches landed seemed a lot closer then the scoring. Danquah out landed Baharudin 342-301, 643 punches landed that's a lot of leather landing.

The under card bouts were a little surprising. Melchor Cobb Castro (11-1-0-1) picked up a fifth round DQ win over Augustin Garcia (16-2-1-5), when Garcia launched what appeared to be a very blatant low blow. Jaime Miranda (7-3-0-1) was upset by a TC Alim Bahir (2-1-0-0) by scores of 58-56 twice and 59-55. In another minor upset Alli Galvez (2-1-0-2) lost a four round majority decision to another TC Andres Barrera (3-3-0-1) by scores of 39-37 twice and 38-38. The only youngster to walk away with a victory was Rolando Pascua (2-0-0-0) who won a four round unanimous decision over Roberto Cardenas (1-4-0-0). Scores were 40-36 and 39-37 twice.

Jr Flyweight News June 86

Next Month Jaime Njorage (22-3-1-5) and Flywell Botha (17-1-2-1) will meet in a ten round bout with the winner to face Rodolfo Blanco (16-0-0-2) in September in an IBF Elimination match. In July Yoko Gushiken (22-0-0-18) will make his first defense against the very dangerous Jung Koo Chang (17-0-0-2). The under card bout will feature Vincenzo BelCastro (20-1-1-1) facing off against Vuyani Nene (15-0-0-12) with the winner to be the number one ranked WBA Contender. August will have Myung Woo Yuh (18-0-0-4) making his first defense of his WBC Title against Reinaldo Becerra (15-1-0-4), the under card will feature Jake Matlala (18-1-0-6) and Franco Udella (15-2-3-2) meeting in a WBC Title eliminator. And Finally Humburto Gonzalez (18-0-0-13) will meet German Torres (15-1-0-8) in his first defense of the IBF Jr Flyweight Championship

Autosimmed Bouts of Note

#22 Javier Varguez (21-2-0-19) WKO8 #40 Cho-Woon Park (11-2-0-0)
#68 Domingo Santos Aragn (11-4-3-3) WUD10 #53 Ayanda Barnabas (13-3-2-2)
#43 Jaime Rios (15-1-0-0) WMD10 #50 Isidro Perez (13-3-0-9)
#21 Hilario Zapata (21-2-0-4) WUD10 #33 Mario DeMarco (17-4-0-2)

Jr Flyweight Rankings June 86

Yoko Gushiken (22-0-0-18) WBA
Humberto Gonzales (18-0-0-13) IBF
Vincenzo Belcastro (20-1-1-1)
Myung-Woo Yuh (18-0-0-14) WBC
Jung-Koo Chang (17-0-0-2)
Vuyani Nene (15-0-0-12)
Dodie Boy Penalosa (17-1-0-2)
Rodolfo Blanco (16-0-0-2)
German Torres (15-1-0-8)
Reinaldo Becerra (15-1-0-4)


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Do you have Michael Carbajal in your universe, too?

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Jersey-Jim wrote:
Do you have Michael Carbajal in your universe, too?


I believe so I will let you know for sure, when I get home from work


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Canto Wins On Cuts

Miguel Canto (15-0-0-3) captured the vacant WBC Flyweight Championship last night as he stopped Koji Kobayashi (15-1-0-5) on cuts in the ninth round of a scheduled 12 rounder. Canto a 15-2 favorite was coming in off a ten round unanimous decision victory over Chang-Ho Choi back in April, while Kobayashi stopped Hi-Sup Choi in seven back in January. Canto started quickly as he was able to drop Kobayashi in the first round with a quick hook counter. Kobayashi would rise at six and remain on the defensive for the remainder of the round. Kobayashi bounced back nicely in the second as he out landed Canto 2-1. The third would bring Kobayashi his biggest deficit a Canto hook opened a nasty gash on the bridge of Kobayashi's nose. Canto would win the third and fourth round as Kobayashi seemed terribly distracted by the cut on his nose. In the fifth Kobayashi got inside and did some impressive body work. In the sixth Kobayashi's circumstances got worse as another Canto hook opened a cut above his right eye. After six I had Canto up 58-56 In the seventh Canto suffered a cut of his own as a Kobayashi head butt opened a cut above his right eye. Canto and Kobayashi would exchange feverishly in the seventh and eighth with neither man getting a clear cut advantage. As the ninth round started Canto fired a jab that began the blood flow going on the nose of Kobayashi and a few seconds later a hook opened the cut above the right eye. As the ref intervened and took Kobayashi to the ringside physician Kobayashi's face was a mask of blood. It didn't take long for the doc to call a halt to the bout. Kobayashi understandably was quite upset, Canto leaped in the air arms raised in victory.

The co-feature was a 12 round WBA Title eliminator. Dave McAuley (17-0-1-3) and Yukito Tamakuma (20-0-2-5) mixed it up for twelve action packed rounds that ended in a draw. McAuley a 3-1 favorite had won a ten round unanimous decision over Octavio Gomez back in February while Tamakuma won an eight round split decision over Franco Sperati also in February. Tamakuma jumped out early winning two of the first three rounds with one being even. Both men exchanged some incredible shots but Tamakuma was definitely getting the better of it. In the fourth McAuley finally started getting to Tamakuma with rights and lefts on the inside. Through five rounds both men had been warned numerous times for different infractions. I was sure someone would be disqualified. The next five rounds were evenly fought with both men landing hellacious shots if either man had power this would have been a barn burner. McAuley had to win the final two rounds on my card to pull out a draw and that he did. He convincinglky closed out the show as Tamakuma seemed to wear down as the fight progressed. I had the bout scored 115-115. The judges on the other hand. Had it 116-112 for McAuley, 116-112 for Tamakuma and 114-114. All in all a good fight, both men will do it again in August with the winner to face WBA Chamion Ignacio Espinal.

The under card featured Prudencio Cardona (10-2-0-1) and Jong-Kwan Chung (20-0-2-6). Cardona suffered his second straight defeat as a nasty cut above the right eye brought an early end to this one as it was stopped :24 seconds into the fourth round. Chung had won the previous three rounds before the stoppage. Soon-Chun Kwon (20-2-0-3) won a one sided unanimous decision over Beaver Kajimoto (14-3-1-1). Kwon scored knockdowns in the fifth and eighth round. Kajimoto was never in this one. Scores were 99-89 twice and 97-91. Eyup Can (2-0-1-0) fought to a four round draw versus TC Idris Ambidwile (0-0-2-0). Nathan Ballarda (2-1-0-0) won his second pro fight by unanimous decision over TC Shintaro Yamada (1-5-0-0).

Flyweight News June 86

Next month Tae-Shik Kim (21-0-0-11) will defend his IBF Title against Henry Nissen (15-1-0-0) , The under card will have Leo Gamez (21-1-0-17) and Gabriel Bernal (19-0-0-12) meet in a WBC Title eliminator. In August Dave McAuley and Yukito Tamakuma will meet again to settle their WBA Title eliminator.


Autosimmed Bouts Of Note

#23 Freddy Castillo (20-1-1-7) WKO4 #53 Tony Moreno (13-5-3-1)
#52 Socrates Bototo (14-2-1-2) WKO1 #31 Wmil Matsushima (14-2-0-6)
#37 Yun-Un Chin (21-1-1-12) WTKO4 #34 Fidel Bassa (12-3-0-4)
#72 Chan-Hee Park (16-4-1-1) WUD10 #50 Paul Gonzales (17-4-0-3)

Flyweight Rankings June 86

Ignacio Espinal (27-0-1-19) WBA
Tae-Shik Kim (21-0-0-11) IBF
Dave McAuley (17-0-1-3)
Leo Gamez (21-1-0-17)
Yukito Tamakuma (20-0-2-5)
Miguel Canto (15-0-0-3) WBC
Gabriel Bernal (19-0-0-12)
Alfonso Lopez (19-0-1-3)
Jong-Kwan Chung (20-0-2-6)
Betulio Gonzalez (16-0-1-9)


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Galaxy Captures IBF Crown

Khaosai Galaxy(19-0-0-19) a 7-2 favorite over Mike Phelps (15-1-0-1) had a very little trouble stopping the American Challenger in eight rounds. Galaxy was coming into the bout with a fifth round knockout over Jackal Maruyama back in January, while Phelps earned a ten round unanimous decision over Payao Poontarat in February. Phelps was determined and made the first round close as he landed some sharp counters on the jaw of Galaxy who never flinched. Galaxy easily won rounds two and three as he was able to stalk the fleet footed Jensen. Galaxy landed some great body shots along the ropes. Phelps' demise started in the fourth as a huge hook opened a nasty cut above his left eye. That was followed by another wicked Galaxy hook that put Phelps on queer street. As Phelps got on his bicycle the left eye began showing some swelling. Galaxy pressed forward but was unable to capitalize on Phelps condition. Phelps fought gamely over the next two rounds even winning the sixth. Round seven saw Galaxy continue to punish Phelps who had no way of keeping Galaxy off of him. As the round came to a close Phelps' left eye was all but closed. In the eighth Galaxy came out and exploded a huge right hand off the jaw of Phelps who dropped to the canvas for a full ten count. Phelps tried gamely to rise but just could not do it.

The co-feature had Thanomsak Sithbaoboy (23-1-0-5) and Willie Jensen (22-1-1-2) meeting in a WBA Title eliminator. Sithbaoboy was coming in off a ten round split decision over Rafael Orono, while Jensen was looking to rebound from an eighth round knockout to Edgar Omar Moonserrat. Jensen started quickly in this one as he was able to plant Sithbaoboy on the seat of his pants for an eight count with a stunning cross 1:00 into the first. After the first round it was on, over the next eleven rounds both men took turns landing some incredible punches. Sithbaoboy had to contend with a cut over his right eye that would luckily just reopen once. After twelve rounds I had the bout scored 115-115. All three judges disagreed scoring in favor of Jensen by scores of 115-112 twice and 116-112.

The undercard featured a young Gilberto Roman (11-0-0-3) winning a tough majority decision over Jose Ruiz (15-3-2-3) by scores of 96-94 twice and 95-95. Also featured was Ellyas Pical (19-1-0-9) who won a very one sided ten round unanimous decision over Payao Poontarat (17-3-0-5). Scores were 99-91 twice and 98-92. Pical outlanded Poontarat 298 – 69. Wow.

Jr Bantamweight News

Next month Alberto Castro (25-0-2-16) and Jesus Rojas (14-0-3-4) will meet for a second time for the vacant WBC Championship. The undercard will feature an IBF Title eliminator as Edgar Omar Moonserrat (23-1-1-10) will meet Sugar Baby Rojas (17-0-2-8). And in August Armando Castro (25-0-2-20) will make his first defense of the WBA title taking on Willie Jensen (22-1-1-2)

Jr Bantamweight Rankings

Armando Castro (25-0-2-20) WBA
Khaosai Galaxy (19-0-0-19) IBF
Alberto Castro (25-0-2-16)
Willie Jenson (22-1-1-2)
Edgar Omar Moonserrat (23-1-1-10)
Thanomsak Sithbaobay (23-1-0-5)
Suggar Baby Rojas (17-0-2-8)
Mike Phelps (15-1-0-1)
Jesus Rojas (14-0-3-4)
Gustavo Ballas (14-0-0-2)


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Welcome back ... Galaxy 19-0 with 19 KO's is impressive


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mh2365 wrote:
Welcome back ... Galaxy 19-0 with 19 KO's is impressive


Thanks, been side tracked by MLB 09 The show, but will soon get back into the swing of things. Galaxy is a beast.


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