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Roy Stays Undefeated After Seven Pro Bouts

By Daniel Cloutier


MONTRÉAL - The welterweight (147 pounds) Sébastien Roy, from Thetford Mines, stayed undefeated Saturday evening at the Thetford Mines Arena, in beating the French Algerian Medhi Kasimi by unanimous decision in six rounds. Roy has now a pro boxing record of 7-0-0, versus 10-8-2 for Kasimi.

It was the main event of a minor boxing show presented by the promoter Camille Estephan, from The Eye Of The Tiger Management Group in Montréal.

The super welterweight (154 pounds) Nurzat Sabirov, a fighter from Kazakstan who is living now in Montréal, scored his 10th win in pro boxing (10-0-0). He won by KO in the second round against Lazio Toth, from Hungary.

Sabirov became the first fighter to inflict a defeat to Toth (7-1-0).

The middleweight (160 pounds) Saddfriddin Akhmedov, another fighter from Kazakstan who is living in Montréal, increased his pro record to 9-0-0 in beating the Mexican Daniel Vega Cota (14-4-1) by KO in the second round.

The Montrealer Russian Artem Oganesyan, a middleweight, stayed undefeated (10-0-0) in beating the Argentinian Ramon Rodriguez Maizares (8-5-0) by TKO in the second round.

The super middleweight (168 pounds) Lexson Mathieu, from Québec City, scored his fifth win in pro boxing (5-0-0), this time, by unanimous decision in six rounds over the Mexican Jair Sena (8-3-2).

Avery Martin-Duval, a super featherweight (130 livres) from Montréal, obtained his second win in pro boxing (2-0-0), in beating the Mexican Juan Francisco Ovalle (0-2-0) by TKO in the first round.

Finally, in the opening bout of the evening, Aman Kazankapov, another fighter from Kazakstan who is living in Montréal, was making his pro debut. He fought the Mexican super middleweight Ismael Molina Romero during four rounds, and the bout finished by a draw.Romero has now a pro boxing record of 2-1-1.



 

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