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Cloutier’s Canada Corner
Bazinyan Still Undefeated
 
By Daniel Cloutier
 
MONTRÉAL, Canada - In a pro boxing show presented by The Eye Of Tiger Management Group at the Montréal Cabaret Casino in Montréal Thursday night, the Montrealer super middleweight (168 pounds) Eriok Bazinyan stayed undefeated (28-0-0), with a win by unanimous decision in 10- rounds against  the Argentinian Marcelo Esteban Coceres (30-4-1).Bazinyan kept his NABF and NABA super middleweight championship.
 
“With my perfect pro record, I really believe I am in a good position to eventually fight for a world championship bout,” mentioned Bazinyan. “It’s my objective. Then, it’s crucial for me to stay undefeated.”
 
Very good technically, Bazinyan dominated clearly the first five rounds.
 
Coceres did better than Bazinyan in the seventh and eight rounds, but Bazinyan finished the bout on a good note.
 
The judges scored the fight 08-92, 98-92 and 100-90 for the Montrealer.
 
Just before the main event, the Montrealer middleweight (160 pounds) Steven Butler scored his 30th win in pro boxing (30-3-1), beating Brandon Brewer (25-2-2), from Fredericton, New Brunswick, by unanimous decision in 10  rounds. Butler won the NABF miiccldeweight title.
 
All rounds were intense, each fighter attacked furiously.But Butler was clearly a stronger puncher than his rival. Butler put Brewer in serious trouble in the sixth, seventh, nine and 10th rounds.
 
The three judges scored the bout 100-90, 100-89 and 99-90 for the Montrealer.
 
The Montrealer Haitian Yves Ulysse, a super lightweight (140 pounds), improved his pro record to 21-2-0, beating the Argentinian Cona Facondo Arce (14-7-2) by TKO in the third round.
 
Ulysse attacked intensively in this third round, and his opponent was in serious trouble. Ulysse provoked two knockdowns, and the referee intervened to declare Arce TKO.
 
The Montrealer super welterweight (154 pounds) Arten Ogasyan lost his first fight in pro boxing (13-1-0), losing by unanimous decision in 10 rounds against  the Mexican Dante Jardon (35-8-0).
 
Jardon, who won the NABF title, provoked a knockdown in the first round, with a left hook on the chin.
And he attacked furiously in the following rounds.
 
No doubt that Jardon, with his intensity, was deserving this NABF North American title.
 
In the fourth bout of the evening, the super featherweight (130 pounds) Every Martin Duval, from Hawksbury, Ontario, kept in perfect pro record (7-0-1), beating the Mexican Luis Reyez Carmona (9-2-1) by unanimous decision in six rounds.
 
The three judges scored the bout 58-56 for the Montrealer.
 
Most of the journalists around the ring scored the bout for the Mexican.
In the third fight of the evening, the Montrealer super lightweight (140 pounds) Luis Santana stayed undefeated in six pro bouts (6-0-0), with a win by over the Mexican Sergio Hernandez Cruz by unanimous decision in six rounds.
 
The three judges of the bout scored the fight 60-54 for the Montrealer, who was more aggressive than his opponent.
 
Cruz suffered of his first lost in pro boxing (8-1-1).
 
In the second fight of the evening, the female super featherweight (130 pounds) Leila Beaudoin, from Rivière-du-Loup,  Québec, improved her pro record to 6-0-0, with a win by unanimous decision in six rounds over the French female Amel Anouar (2-2-1).
 
The three judges scored the fight 60-54 for the Canadian, who controled the action in each round.
In the first fight of the evening. the Montrealer super welterweight (154 pounds) Hanza Khabbaz stayed undefeated in four pro boxing fights (4-0-0), beating the Mexican Marco Chino Villa (3-7-0) by unanimous decision in four rounds.
 
The three judges scored the bout 40-35. 40-35 and 39-36 for the Montrealer, who was the aggressor in each round.
 
In another female bout, the Montrealer middleweight (160 pounds) Mary Spencer kept her perfect pro record (6-0-0), in winning by KO in the first round against Chris Namus (25-8-0), from Uruguay.
Spencer provoked three knockdowns in this first round, forcing the referee to declare her winner by KO.





 

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