Image: Boxing Results: IBF, WBO and WBC Champ Beterbiev Stops Yarde!

By Ken Hissner: At the OV Arena, Wembley, London, UK, Saturday over ESPN+ Bob Arum (Top Rank Boxing) as well as Frank Warren (Queensberry Promotions) provided in the Main Event unbeaten IBF, WBO as well as WBC World Light Heavyweight champ Artur Beterbiev quit Commonwealth Boxing Council, as well as WBO Inter-Continental champ as well as No. 1 placed WBO challenger Anthony Yarde in the 8th round of an affordable fight for his 19th successive standstill.

In co-feature, WBA World Flyweight champ Artem Dalakian won a slim choice over WBA Gold World Flyweight champ David “Medallita” Jimenez in his 6th protection.

In the Main Event Olympian, IBF, WBO, as well as WBC World Light Heavyweight champ Artur Beterbiev, 19-0 (19), #174 ½, of Russia as well as Montreal, Quebec, CONTAINER, quit Commonwealth as well as WBO Inter-Continental Anthony “The Beast from the East” Yarde, 23-3 (22), #174 ¼, of Ilford, London, UK, at 2:01 of the 8th round of an affordable fight arranged for 12 rounds.

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In the 2nd round making his UK launching, Beterbiev landed a right to the chin of Yarde midway with the round.  Yarde, with a min continuing to be, landed an ideal uppercut to the chin as well as, secs later on, one more appropriate uppercut. In the 3rd round, Yarde utilized his stab being gone after by Beterbiev to maintain him from landing a huge strike. An excellent right to the body from Beterbiev was his ideal strike with a min continuing to be.

In the 4th round, Beterbiev pinned Yarde behind-the-scenes touchdown a flurry of strikes prior to Yarde had the ability to get away. With a min continuing to be, Yarde landed a strong left hook to the chin of Beterbiev.

In the 5th round, Yarde shed his mouth piece from a stab for the 2nd time, obtaining a caution from Referee Steve Gray. With a min continuing to be, a left hook from Yarde on the chin shook Beterbiev. In the last secs of the round, Beterbiev once more pinned Yarde behind-the-scenes, touchdown over a loads unanswered strikes at the bell.

In the 6th round, Yarde was reduced under the appropriate eye from a Beterbiev right in the very early secs of the round. With a min continuing to be a right from Yarde opened up a cut under the left eye as well as on the eyelid of Beterbiev. In the 7th round, at the middle, Beterbiev pinned Yarde versus the ropes touchdown six unanswered strikes. Yarde landed a left hook to the chin of Beterbiev, obtaining him to support.

In the 8th round, Beterbiev landed a set of overhand civil liberties on the head, going down Yarde, that took an 8-count from Referee Gray. He stood up, transforming his back towards Beterbiev, encountering his edge when the umpire had him proceed till a number of strikes from Beterbiev as well as the Yarde edge called a stop.

In the co-feature, WBA World Flyweight champ Artem Dalakian, 22-0 (15), #111.6, of Baku, AZE as well as Kyiv, UKR, won by a slim choice over David “Metallita” Jimenez, 12-1 (9), #111.1, of Cartago, CR, over 12 rounds in his 6th protection.

In the very first 3 rounds, Jimenez never ever quit stepping forward as Dalakian took the rounds in the champ’s 6th protection as well as initially out of Ukraine. In the 4th round, last secs a left hook from Dalakian on the chin made the knees of Jimenez fastening.

At the 5th round’s middle, a clash of heads triggered a cut over the appropriate eye of Jimenez, creating blood to diminish the side of his face, yet he maintained stepping forward. In the 6th round, Dalakian began not supporting midway, touchdown reliable strikes to the chin of Jimenez.

In the 7th round, Jimenez remains to escape striking Dalakian behind the head in clinches without alerting from Referee Michael Alexander. Another excellent round from the champ Dalakian.

In the tenth round, Dalakian made use of reliable uppercuts to the chin of Jimenez, that was attempting to end up being the very first globe champ from Costa Rica. In the l lth round, the activity proceeds as Jimenez general appears to have actually landed extra, whether extra reliable strikes or otherwise. In the twelfth as well as last rounds, both attempted to take out the win in a really close fight.

Scores were 115-113 two times as well as 116-112, with this author 114-114.

Southpaw Karol Itauma, 9-1 (7), #174.1, of Slovakia as well as Chatham, Kent, UK, was dropped in Ezequiel Osvaldo “El Olympico” Maderna, 29-10 (19), #174.7, of La Plata, Bueno Aires, ARG, at 1:04 of the fifth of a set up 10 rounds, for the uninhabited WBC International Light Heavy title.

In the preliminary, 6 times Maderna landed his precisely the chin of the southpaw Itauma. In the 2nd round’s last min, Itauma landed an exactly on the neck, creating Maderna’s appropriate handwear cover to touch the canvas without a matter from Referee John Latham. In the 5th round, Maderna landed a grazing precisely the appropriate side of the face of Itauma as well as down the last selected blood from his nose, taking the matter from umpire Latham as he was rising. It was the very first time in 9 battles beyond Argentina that Maderna has actually won.

Super Featherweight Charles ‘Boom Boom’ Frankham, 7-0 (2), #132 ½, of Crowthorne, Berkshire, UK, beat Joshua Ocampo, 8-11-4 (6), #128, of Cucuta, COL, as well as Valencia, SP, over 6 rounds.
Score 60-54 by umpire Sean McAvoy.

Cruiserweight 6’07” southpaw Tommy ‘The Norfolk Nightmare’ Fletcher, 4-0 (3), #199.4, of Thatford, Norfolk, UK, beat southpaw Darryl Sharp, 7-97-1 (1), #188.5, of Manchester, UK, over 6 rounds.

In the very first 2 rounds, the much taller Fletcher controlled the iron chinned (just quit 3 times in 104 battles) Sharp. In the 3rd round, Fletcher landed a strong right uppercut to the chin of the defense-minded Sharp midway with the round. In the 6th as well as last round, Sharp entered his strike of the fight a left on the chin of Fletcher midway with the round. Fletcher obtained 6 rounds in for the very first time, going the range.

Referee Sean McAvoy scored it 60-54, as did this author.

Heavyweight southpaw Moses “Enriko” Itauma, 1-0 (1), #248, of Chatham, Kent, UK, quit Marcel Bode, 2-2 (2), #220, of Pizen, Czech Republic, at 0:23 of the preliminary of a set up 4 rounds.

In the preliminary, Itauma landed a set of lead lefts in the 2nd on the handwear cover of Bode safeguarding his chin, as well as down he went with the 8-count prior to rising as well as obtaining swung off by Referee Mark Bates.


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