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  Cloutier’s Canada Corner
Adkenis Still Undefeated

By Daniel Cloutier

MONTRÉAL, Canada - The Montrealer super lightweight (140 pounds) Mazlum Adkenis improved his perfect pro record to 16-0-0, Thursday evening at the Montréal Casino, with a win by split decision 10 rounds over the Mexican Erick Encinia (14-6-1). The show was presented by the GYM Group, leaded by Yvon Michel.

The first round was intense, each fighter got his great moments offensively. But Encinia finished the round with a cut over the left eye.

The second round was spectacular, and the Montrealer dominated lightly the round.
The third round was spectacular and close.

The fourth round was intense, and the Montrealer dominated lightly the round.

Adkenis attacked intensively in the fifth and the sixth rounds.But his opponent was also aggressive.

The seventh round was close and intense.

Aggressive, Askenis attacked intensively in the eight and nine rounds and he dominated clearly these two rounds.

The 10th and last round was spectacular, and Askenis dominated more than his rival.

Two judges scored the bout 95-94 and 96-03 for the Montrealer, the other judge scored the bout 96-93 for the Mexican.

“The fight was intense, but I am proud to stay undefeated,” said Adkenis, “I have been aggressive in every rounds, but my opponent gave me a good opposition in most of the rounds.”

Just before the main event, the Montrealer female welterweight (147 pounds) Marie-Pier Houle (5-0-1).beat the Argentinian champion, Yamila Esther Reynoso (12-10-3), by unanimous decision in six rounds.

The fight was intense, these two female fighters were aggressive, and most of the rounds were close.
The judges scored the bout 60-54, 59-55 and 59-55 for the Montrealer.

“The fight was intense, but I am proud of the result,” said Houle. “I am positive that I dominated more rounds than my rival, who gave me a very good opposition.”

In the first fight of the evening, the Montrealer lightweight (135 pounds), Eric Bazran started his pro boxing career on a good note, with a win by unanimous decision in four rounds over the Mexican Arielo Gonzalez Vazquez (1-1-2).

The judges scored the bout 40-36, 39-37 and 39-37 for the Montrealer.

Basran dominated clearly three of the four rounds of the bout.

“It was my first fight in two years, and I think I did well tonight,” said Basran. “I was moving well and I punched my opponent at the right moment.”


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