Sunday, 30 September 2012

Fightscorecollector - October Fight List

October is a great month for boxing on both sides of the Atlantic where i will be covering 4 fights this month starting on the 13th. David Price will defend his British and Commonwealth Heavyweight titles in Liverpool against fellow Olympic medallist Audley Harrison. That same night i will also collect scores for the Nonito Donaire - Nishioka 122lb unification fight from Carson California.

The next week has the best night of boxing by far in October. Eddie Hearn has  2 world title eliminators along with a vacant British title fight. In New York Goldenboy host a multi title fight card headlined by the fight it will be covering, the rematch between WBC/WBA 140lb champion Danny Garcia against Mexican legend Erik Morales.

Finishing of the month is Frank Warren's Welsh world champion Nathan Cleverly defending his title vs rugged Ukrainian Vyacheslav Uzelkov.


Sat 13th - (Boxnation) - David Price vs Audley Harrison - Brit/Comm Heavyweight Title

               - (HBO) - Nonito Donaire vs Toshiaki Nishioka - IBF/WBO 122lb Titles

Sat 20th - (Showtime) - Danny Garcia vs Erik Morales - WBA/WBC 140lb Titles

Sat 27th - (Boxnation) - Nathan Cleverly vs Vyacheslav Uzelkov - WBO 175lb Title

There were so many title fights in October that it will make it impossible to collect scores from all of them but i will add my scores for the following fights although i will not be writing a fight report.

James DeGale EBU title defence... Rios vs Alvarado... Brook vs Saldivia...McDonnell vs Malinga.......Reid vs Anderson.... Malignaggi vs Cesar Cano.... Alexander vs Bailey... McKenzie vs Maccarinelli AND FINALLY... Witter vs Gavin

Sunday, 23 September 2012

Mitchell Burned By World Class Rickster

WBO Lightweight Title - Ricky Burns vs Kevin Mitchell

There can be no doubts now. Even the few who didn't think Scotland's Ricky Burns was world class has to admit that "the Rickster" is not only world class. He is one of the best fighters at Lightweight on planet earth. On a weekend where thousands of Scots head South of the border, over a thousand Kevin Mitchell fans made their way up from London to watch their man go after his dream of a world title. Those dreams lasted under 4 rounds as a pumped up Ricky Burns (135lbs) stopped his friend and rival 2.59 of the 4th stanza.

This fight was a genuine 50-50 match beforehand. Mitchell (134lbs 12 oz) certainly started the fight confident as he stuck to his trainers game plan. Mitchell's plan was to use movement, use the jab but NOT to get into a war with Burns. Something that cost him dear vs Michael Katsidis in his own gaff as Kevin lost in 3 rounds after getting too much involved with a puncher.

Most around ringside couldn't split both Burns and Mitchell after the first round. I scored for Mitchell as i felt he picked his punches that little bit better. In round 2 Burns started to up the pace. The double and triple jab began to come into play followed by that slashing right hand. Mitchell often found himself on the ropes having to cover up as the champion came at him. Round 2 was definitely a Ricky Burns round.

The 3rd round started with Mitchell standing his ground trying to land his left hook counter. Burns though kept up the tempo and began to throw punches in bunches forcing Mitchell to the ropes again where he landed a right uppercut. Mitchell banged his chest and chin in defiance, Burns moved away sticky to a well prepared games plan of not getting into a total war with the bigger puncher.

For the first minute of the 4th round there was a battle of the jabs before Burns unleashed an uppercut, left hook, right hook when the 2 of them came into a clinch. The one-two then landed 3 times by Burns, he was beginning to take over. Mitchell tried to fire back but was caught by a monster left hook that hit him hard. Down went Mitchell, clearly rocked he took the 8 count from Referee Terry O'Connor. Burns was on him like a flash though, 3 unanswered clubbing right hooks floored Mitchell again.  Mitchell again took the 8 count. Would he make it through the round??. NO Burns was relentless firing away lefts and rights until Terry O'Connor said no more and stopped the fight with 1 second left in the round.

Ricky Burns is now 35-2   10Ko's , Mitchell falls to 33-2  24Ko's

Ricky Burns was still champion. The crowd went crazy all 9000 or so Burns fans anyway. Scotland can now look forward to many more Burns nights and you never know that massive fight with Scott Harrison might just happen next Summer if both fighters keep winning.

Watt vs Buchanan all over again??.


Frank Warren -

* Ricky Burns is the best fighter in the UK
* Ricky Burns is the best UK world champion
* planning on Ricky Burns fighting in mega card either 8th or 15th December
* This was a good Kevin Mitchell that Burns beat
* Says he thinks this is Ricky Burns defining fight and will get lots of recognition

Ricky Burns -

* He started calmly then upped the pressure round by round
* Admits he was caught a few times with Mitchell's left hook
* made decision to go for KO after 2nd knockdown
* says Mitchell didn't think he would come at him like he did
* still wants that Ring Magazine belt
* it was special fighting at SECC, fans were excellent, his pal messed up his entrance music

Billy Nelson -

* Ricky's performance was cracking and hes still improving
* Only 3rd fight at 135, Ricky is still growing

Kevin Mitchell -

* Knew Ricky was strong but felt his timing was off
* Thought Ricky could go 15 rounds at that pace easy
* Home advantage not a problem, would fight anywhere
* needs to fight alot more now
* no 135 champ will bother Ricky and Ricky can unify title
* would take rematch in a heartbeat
Burns vs Mitchell - FULL Under-card Report

Heading the under card on a wild night in Glasgow was 2 time former world champion Scott Harrison (135lbs 12 oz) who punched his way to a 6 rounds points decision win over late replacement Joe Elfidh (10st 5lbs) with Referee Ritchie Davies scoring (60-53). The fight was nearly over in the 1st round as Harrison landed a huge left hook that floored Elfidh. To his credit the man from Harworth got back to his feet and near the end of the round landed a decent right hand to Harrison's chin.

Round 2 started with Elfidh on his bicycle. Harrison was chasing Elfidh around the ring but was taking far too long to get his shots off. Elfidh was able to land a few potshots when on the move making Harrison frustrated. Harrison began to up the pace in rounds 3 and 4 with educated pressure, jabbing his way in and trapping his opponent on the ropes, Harrison banged the body hoping for a breakthrough. Elfidh who was 9 pounds heavier did look a wee bit fleshy but was taking the shots and still firing back his straight right.

The former champion was now relentless, marching forward Harrison wanted the knockout. Bodyshots rained in on the man from Harworth followed by an nice 3 punch combination. Again Elfidh stood strong and in the last round was able to catch Harrison with right hand high on his head that seemed to stagger the former champion. It wasn't enough though as Harrison now (27-2-2 15ko's) won his 2nd fight in 3 months and now wants to stay busy with Frank Warren stating that he would like to see Scott fight another 2-3 times this year. Elfidh was game and at late notice put up a decent attempt. His record now falls to (7-2 ).

Defending his Celtic Super-Featherweight title he won in June, John Simpson (129lbs 10oz) made easy work of Welsh import Dai Davies (128lbs 12oz) knocking him out 0.36 of Round 2. Simpson started fast looking for the early win as Davies was immediately under severe pressure. Simpson's right hand couldn't miss followed by an impressive left hook to head and body. The Greenock man began the 2nd just as quick as another big left hook followed by a blistering flurry planted Davies on the canvas. Referee Phil Edward didn't even complete his count as Davies had no chance of beating the 10 count. Simpson now (24-9 11Ko's)  wants a shot at either the Britsih or European titles. On this form he will be a match for anybody. Davies falls to (9-19-2  1Ko).

Always exciting Edinburgh Light Middleweight prospect John Thain (11st 3lbs) improved his record to (8-0 1Ko) by winning a tough 6x3 verdict over Barnsley's Lee Noble (11st 8lbs). Thain started the fight with numerous piston like jabs and his usual high work rate. Noble though had success with his right in the opener as it took only 1 punch to bloody the nose of the popular Filipino / Scot.

Noble on my card won the 2nd round as he was beginning to march through Thain's jabs and flurries. Thain was trapped on the ropes far too much in this round as Noble was able land that straight right followed by wicked body shots. The Edinburgh fighter then began to up the pace again in the next few rounds, his fists pumping out jab after jab. Thain also was fighting better off the ropes as he was beginning to move quicker away from Nobles crude attacks. Rounds 5 and 6 were definite Thain rounds as finally he had weathered Nobles storm and began to push his determined foe back landing some well placed left hooks to the body followed by that constant left jab.

Referee Phil Edward scored in favour of Thain 60-55. This was an entertaining fight between a decent prospect and a journeyman who's record (15-22-3  3Ko's) does not do him justice.

Sedgefield's Bradley Saunders (144 lbs 12 oz) made quick work of his Slovakian opponent and Tong Po lookalike Ivan Godor (14l lbs 4 oz) by knocking Godor down 3 times in the 3rd round to up his record to (4-0 2Ko's). Straight right hands were Godor's downfall as Saunders landed some cracking lead rights throughout the fight. The 2nd Knockdown in fact was a beautiful counter punch by Saunders who simply took a half step back before landing his bomb. Godor did well to get up. It was all over 1.25 into the round as Saunders blasted a quick left right combo that floored the Slovakian for the 3rd time. Referee Ritchie Davies immediately waved the fight off. Godor complained but was well beaten. His record now falling to (9-24-4  4Ko's).

Steven Simmons (14st 3lbs) the Edinburgh Cruiserweight got a decent workout from durable Bulgarian Tayor Mehmed also (14st 3lbs) winning every round on Referee Kenny Pringles card( 60-54). Simmons worked hard enough during the fight but at no time seemed to be able to move  Mehmed (5-20-2  1Ko) who in 27 fights had only been stopped once. With new co-trainer Paul Weir in his corner Simmons won every round easy although he looked very one paced. Maybe a step up opposition will bring out the best in the Edinburgh fighter who's record now reads (6-0 2Ko's).

Glasgow's Jon Slowey won for the 11th time in a row taking a 4x3 decision (40-37) on Phil Edwards card over Hungarian Tibor Meszros (125lbs 12oz). Southpaw Slowey (129lbs) must now move up his class of opposition as he is easily defeating fighters at this level. The best of the action in this fight came in the 2nd round as Slowey staggered Meszaros with a well placed left hand to the chin forcing Referee Phil Edward to take a close look. Meszaros had a go in the final round but found his Glaswegian opponent just too good in every department.

In another Super Featherweight clash Barlornock's Michael Roberts (9st 7lbs) looked nice and poised as he fought off Redcar's Gavin Reid (9st 7lbs) over 4x3s. Roberts is another Scottish fighter who is now ready for a step up in class as he won every round on Referee Kenny Pringles card (40-36). What impressed some of the ringside press was Roberts patience and his defence, attributes that will stand him in good stead as he moves up. Fighting behind a high guard and fast jab Roberts bloodied Reid's nose early in the 2nd but again Roberts was content to box his way to an easy victory. With the win Roberts moves to ( 10-0 1Ko). Reid falls to (6-16-1 3Ko's).

Irvine's Ryan Collins (131 lbs 4oz) scored his first stoppage as a professional as he easily demolished Plymouth's Ben Morrish (132lbs 2oz) in 2 one sided rounds. Collins is an aggressive walk forward fighter who simply doesn't give his opponents a seconds rest. Morrish was simply driven to the ropes time after time before crumpling to the canvas after taking too many right hands. Referee Ritchie Davies gave Morrish the benefit of the doubt after being knocked down in the 2nd. But he had no choice to end the fight at 0.52 of that same round with Morrish taking too much punishment on the ropes from the electric Collins. Morrish record falls to (2-4) whilst Collins improves to (3-0 1Ko).

Controversial fight of the night belonged to Old Colwyn's Lee Quinn (10st 7lbs) who upset Symingtons Sammy Hill(10st 7lbs) over 4x3 at Light welter. Referee Kenny Pringle scored the fight (39-38) to Quinn with Hill's big following jeering with disgust as the verdict was read out. Hill was the the man pushing Quinn back in this fight although he wasn't letting his hands go. This gave Quinn a chance to score with some sneaky right and left hooks inside. My card read (39-37) Hill although there wasn't much of a complaint at the end by the fighter who on this occasion didn't fight at his best. Quinn now improves to (2-1-1 1Ko). Hill loses for the first time in 5 (4-1).

In the show opener Glasgow's Hugh Gray (10st 5lb) won for the 2nd time as a professional as he ground out a (40-36) points win over a game Rhys Saunders (10st 1lbs). This was not an easy fight for prospect Gray as Cardiff's Saunders certainly came to fight. Gray's work rate was the deciding factor as whatever Saunders did, Gray did better. The Jab, straight right,left hook to the body was Gray's favourite combo. Referee Kenny Pringle as mentioned scored the fight (40-36). Gray in 2 fights has not lost a round on the officials cards. Saunders is now (0-2-1)

Friday, 21 September 2012

Burns vs Mitchell Weigh - In

WBO Lightweight Title - SECC Glasgow Scotland

Burns - 135lbs

Mitchell -134 12oz , stripping naked

Both guys made weight at 1st attempt

Pre-weigh in notes

Kevin Mitchell has a quick check of his weight before officially taking to the scales, he has to strip naked whereas Burns looking solid has a quick check with trainer Billy Nelson and both seem really happy.

Is Mitchell tight at the weight??? He looks in tremendous shape but may have been struggling with those last few pounds and ounces.

Burns also has a chat with the ref and judges obviously not bothered about his teams complaint regarding Terry O'Connor who is now the referee rather than a judge tomorrow night

Sunday, 16 September 2012

Man vs Boy - Martinez schools Chavez Jnr

Julio Cesar Chavez Jnr vs Sergio Martinez - WBC Middleweight Title

For 11 and a half rounds at the Thomas and Mack Centre in Vegas, Sergio Martinez was giving the son of a legend Julio Cesar Chavez Jnr the boxing lesson of his life. THEN....BOOM a barrage of punches by the much bigger Chavez Jnr brought back family memories stretching way back to 1990 when Chavez Snr saved his world title by knocking out Meldrick Taylor with 2 seconds left in their epic fight. This time though the challenger recovered..JUST to see out a unanimous decision in front of a packed and noisy audience with many fans flying in from Argentina to cheer on their boxing hero.

At the start of the fight it was revealed that Chavez Jnr had refused to step on the HBO unofficial scales to see how much weight the fighter had put on after the weigh in. Remember Chavez came in 2 full pounds under the 160lb limit, a limit he has struggled to make in previous fights before putting on an average of 20.5lbs in his last 3 fights. Chavez Jnr's training schedule was also questioned due to his showing on the popular HBO 24/7 series which follows the fighters daily activities, training schedules etc etc. Hall of Famer boxing Trainer Freddie Roach was certainly not happy on numerous occasions as the Champion refused to come to the gym to do his work preferring to train in his own living room.

Martinez did come fully prepared, an experienced champion who is at the peak of his powers at 37. Many saw the Argentine as the champion as he was wrongfully stripped of the title by Chavez Jnr's godfather and president of the WBC Jose Suliman. At the weigh in yesterday Martinez scaled a solid 159lbs again under the protracted limit of 160lbs.

At the start of the fight it was evident in the size difference between both fighters. Martinez was dwarfed by the massive Chavez Jnr with many guessing that the Mexican was anywhere between 180 and 190lbs. The big advantages that Martinez held over his younger opponent was that basically hes the much better fighter as for 11 rounds he was faster, moved better, punched harder, punched more and was about to post a shutout before getting caught in the last round. For 5 rounds Chavez Jnr did nothing, Martinez was boxing rings around him whilst Chavez Jnr plodded after the Argentine.

It was the story of the fight until that last round, Martinez totally dominated before being caught although i don't agree with some of the HBO crew and some in cyberworld that because of the last round Chavez Jnr deserves a rematch???. winning 1 round in a fight that was quite close to call does not merit a rematch in my eyes, I wonder if DON Jose will order it though, an immediate rematch really wouldn't surprise me at all, Dallas Cowboys Stadium has already been mentioned.

Below is my scorecard along with all the fan and press scores for this fight.

Fightscorecollectors Card

Round 1.... 10-9 Martinez
Round 2.... 10-9 Martinez
Round 3.... 10-9 Martinez
Round 4.... 10-9 Martinez
Round 5.... 10-9 Martinez
Round 6.... 10-9 Martinez
Round 7.... 10-9 Martinez
Round 8.... 10-9 Martinez
Round 9.... 10-9 Martinez
Round 10.. 10-9 Martinez
Round 11.. 10-9 Martinez
Round 12.. 9-10 Chavez Jnr

TOTAL : 118-109 Martinez

Judges Scores : Stanley Christodoulou (SA) 117-110 Martinez
                          Adalaide Byrd (USA)..........118-109 Martinez
                         Dave Moretti (USA).............118-109 Martinez


Boxing Press, Fan and Boxing Forums Scores----------89-0 in favor of Martinez

Harold Lederman (HBO) 118-109 Martinez

Cliff Roid (Boxingscene) 117-110 Martinez

Kevin Iole ( 118-109 Martinez

Dan Rafael (ESPN) 118-110 Martinez

Scott Christ ( 118-109 Martinez

FightGhost (Twitter) 117-110 Martinez

Phil D Jay ( 118-109 Martinez

Shaun Brown (Boxingscene) 118-109 Martinez

Tommy Allan ( 118-109 Martinez

Michael Rosenthal ( 118-109 Martinez

Ramon Aranda ( 117-110 Martinez

David Diaz (twitter) 118-109 Martinez

Darren Velasco ( 117-110 Martinez

FightHype UK 118-110 Martinez

Proboxingfans - Jake 118-109 Martinez

Jake Donovan (BoxingScene) 117-110 Martinez

Ray Markarian ( 117-110 Martinez

Boxing Tribune 117-110 Martinez

Kieran Mulvaney (ESPN) 118-109 Martinez

Michael Woods ( 118-110 Martinez

No Holds Barred 117-110 Martinez

Ron Borges (Boston Herald) 117-110 Martinez

Ben Thompson ( 118-109 Martinez

Tom Gray ( 118-109 Martinez

Saddoboxing forum - *all for Martinez* 118-109 x4

Boxingasylum forum *all for Martinez* 118-109 x3, 116-114, 117-110

Livefight forum 118-109 Martinez

Fighthype Forum *all for Martinez* 118-109 x3

Fightjudge Forum *all for Martinez* 118-109 x7 , 115-112 x2, 117-110 x2. 117-110, 118-110

Ringnews24 Forum 118-109 Martinez

Doghouseboxing Forum *all for Martinez* 118-109 x5, 118-110

Boxrec Forum *all for Martinez* 118-109 x3, 115-112, 116-112

Eastsideboxing Forum *all for Martinez* 118-109 x5, 118-110, 117-110, 117-111

Boxingscene Forum *all for Martinez* 118-109 x11, 117-110 x2

Checkhookboxing Forum *all for Martinez* 116-111 x2, 118-110 x2, 118-109 x3

Sunday, 2 September 2012

The Wizard of OZ - Geale Unifies Title

Felix Sturm vs Daniel Geale - WBA and IBF Middleweight Titles

The headline above reads "The Wizard of Oz", well Daniel Geale is the wizard as for the 2nd time he won a world title in Germany BY DECISION. Lets not beat about the bush here, this is a huge achievement by Geale as getting 1 verdict in Germany is hard enough. But 2 decisions??. Back in May last year the New South Wales man came away with a split decision over another German Sebastian Sylvester, a fight that Geale deserved to win although there was a terrible score of 118-110 against him (Geale won 118-110 and 118-112 on the other cards).

That terrible score must have worried Geale before this trip as Sturm in 2 of his last 3 fights retained his titles vs Mathew Mackin and Martin Murray via controversial circumstances. Brit Murray was at ringside last night hoping that Sturm would retain his title as Murray felt he merited another shot at the German after holding him to a draw in December. His plans are now up in smoke as the hard working Aussie ripped away Sturm's WBA crown.

What has to be said about this fight was that Sturm and Geale were well matched. Both have similar skills, good jab, strong body attack and will to win although it was Geales work rate that was the difference in this very close fight. There must have been 6-7 rounds in this fight where the action was so close that they could have went to either fighter OR scored 10-10. The general view was Geale doing more of the work but Sturm landing the cleaner blows.

I gave Sturm the first 2 rounds, only just though. Geale was working hard moving side to side giving himself angles to land his blows. Sturm was landing the harder cleaner punches though, the jab being the primary weapon. The long-time German champion was having a decent 3rd as well before seemingly being hurt late in the round as Geale concentrated in walking forward instead of the angles of the first 2 rounds. The 4th was one of those rounds i mentioned before where it could have went either way, i scored for Sturm although many went with the work rate of Geale. I scored this round to Sturm because of the cleaner blows, something Sturm has had to master as his punch output is never that high.

After the slowest round of the fight, the 5th, Geale again pushed forward knowing that he would need to take the title as he was the away fighter. I had Geale winning rounds 6,7,8 and 9 although going on what i read on twitter and on the fans forums, many felt that Sturm won the 8th?. My reasoning for giving Geale the 8th was that Sturm was landing far too many punches on the gloves. The crowd though were cheering loudly thinking Sturm had landed, something that can sway the fans watching on TV or more importantly the ringside judges.

In his successful titles defences vs Macklin and Murray, Sturm came on strong near the end of the fight. Judging by his effort in rounds 10 and 11 it looked as if Sturm was doing this again. The fight was very close at this point, infact close right through the fight. Entering the 12th it was all up for grabs. Sturm started strong for the first 30 seconds then Geale took over with that impressive work rate. Late in the round he drove Sturm back with jabs and right hands followed by a body attack that was consistent from the first bell. With 30 seconds left both champions just let fly, off balance and going for the home run punch Sturm and Geale went for it, the crowd went crazy urging their hero (Sturm) forward. It wasnt to be as Referee Luis Pabon jumped in between the 2 fighters to end what was a very good Unification middleweight world title fight.

Below as always is my scorecard along with all the press, fans scores that i was able to collect for this close close fight.

Round 1.... 10-9 Sturm
Round 2.... 10-9 Sturm
Round 3.... 9-10 Geale
Round 4.... 10-9 Sturm
Round 5.... 10-9 Sturm
Round 6.... 9-10 Geale
Round 7.... 9-10 Geale
Round 8.... 9-10 Geale
Round 9.... 9-10 Geale
Round 10.. 10-9 Sturm
Round 11.. 10-9 Sturm
Round 12.. 9-10 Geale

TOTAL... 114-114 Draw

Judges Scores: Stanley Christodoulou (SA)..... 116-112 Geale
                        Eugene Grant (USA)................. 116-112 Sturm
                        Dave Parris (UK)....................... 116-112 Geale


Boxing Press and Fans Forums Scores --- 46 Geale, 19 Sturm, 19 Draw

Fightghost - 115-113 Geale

Fighthype UK - 115-113 Geale

Scott Christ (badlefthook) - 115-113 Geale

Cliff Roid (boxingscene) - 114-114 Draw - 116-115 Geale

Shaun Brown (boxingscene) - 115-113 Geale

Dan Rafael (ESPN) - 115-113 Sturm

Ryan Bivins (sweetboxing) - 115-115 Draw

Phil D Jay ( - 115-113 Sturm

Steve Lillis (Boxnation) 115-114 Geale

Steve Bunce (Boxnation) 114-114 Draw

Ron Lewis (The Times) - 115-114 Sturm

Ramon Aranda (3morerounds) - 116-112 Geale

Low Blow Podcast - 115-113 Sturm

The Boxing Tribune - 115-113 Sturm

Danny Winterbotton (secondsout) - 115-114 Geale

No holds barred - 114-114 Draw

Alexi Sukachev (boxingscene) 115-113 Geale

Josh McDaniel (leaveitinthering) 115-113 Geale

Fightnews -  115-113 Sturm - 115-115 Draw

Tommy Allan (BoxingAsylum) - 115-113 Geale

Tom Gray ( 115-114 Geale

Rob Day (Ringnews24) 115-115 Draw

Danny Flexen (boxingnews) - 117-114 Geale

Saddoboxing Forum - 115-113, 116-114 Geale......*114-114 Draw*

Boxingasylum Forum - 115-113 Sturm, 117-112 Geale....*114-114 x3 Draw*

Livefight Forum - 115-113 Sturm

Ringnews24 Forum - 117-111 Sturm, 116-114 Geale.....*115-115 x2 Draw*

Checkhookboxing Forum - 115-113 x3 Sturm, 116-113 Sturm....*114-114 x4 Draw*

Boxrec Forum - 116-114 x2, 116-112, 115-113 (Geale)...115-114 , 117-114 (Sturm)..*115-115 draw*

Eastsideboxing Forum - 115-113 x8, 115-114 x3, 116-112, 116-113, 116-115 x2, (Geale)
                                        *114-114 x6 Draw*....115-113 x2, 114-112 (Sturm)

Boxingscene Forum - 115-113 x4, 116-112 x2, 116-114, 115-114 x2, 116-113 (Geale)
                                    *114-114 Draw*......115-113 Sturm

Saturday, 1 September 2012

Fightscorecollector - September Fight List

After 6 weeks off Fightscorecollector returns to what is by far the busiest AND best month of boxing this year. I will be covering 5 fights this month but will also add my scores for the many Title fights happening across the world. In September i will be covering the bigger fights from Germany, the USA and from here in the UK.

The fight list is below but also with the fights i will be scoring although not providing a full report or score collection for.

Sept 1st - (Boxnation) - Felix Sturm vs Daniel Geale - WBA and IBF Middleweight Titles

Sept 8th - (HBO) - Andre Ward vs Chad Dawson - WBC and WBA Super-Middleweight Titles

Sept 15th - (HBO) - Sergio Martinez vs Julio Cesar Chavez Jnr - WBC Middleweight Title

Sept 15th - (HBO) - Roman Martinez vs Miguel Beltran Jnr - Vacant WBO Super-Feather Title

Sept 22nd - (Boxnation) - Ricky Burns vs Kevin Mitchell - WBO Lightweight Title

**I will also provide scores for the following...Proska, Klitschko, Bellew, DeMarco, Saunders, Alvarez, Gonzalez, Santa Cruz, Frampton and Selby**