Cloutier’s Canada Corner
Mbilli Keeps His Record Perfect
By Daniel Cloutier
MONTRÉAL - In the main fight of this boxing show presented
at the Montreal Casino Friday evening, the Montrealer super
middleweight (168 pounds), Christian Mbilli stayed
undefeated in pro boxing (22-0-0), with a win by TKO over
Deandre Ware, from Ohio State. Mbilli, who has Marc Ramsay
as trainer, is ranked third contender by the WBC in the
super middleweight division. He won the WBC America's
Continental title. MBilli scored his 20th win by KO or TKO
in pro boxing.
In the first round, Mbilli sent his rival on the floor with
a left hook.
In the second round, MBilli provoked two knockdowns, and he
won by TKO in this round.
“I attacked my opponent intensively and the result is
great,” said Mbilli after the fight. “I am now that I am in
position to dispute a world championship bout. I really
believe that I just won the more important bout of my
“Christian put up a great fight,” said Ramsay. “His
intensity made the difference in the result of the bout. He
is really in position to dispute a world championship bout.”
The heavyweight Simon Kean, from Trois-Rivières, Québec,
improved his pro record to 22-1-0 with a win by TKO over the
French Newfel Ouatah.
Ouateh put a knee on the floor after 10 seconds of action in
the fight, apparently for an injury to a right knee.
“I am disappointed for the crowd, but it’s not my fault, my
opponent surrounded after 10 seconds of action for an
It was a 20th win by KO or TKO for Kean.
In the opening bout of the evening, the Montrealer
welterweight (147 pounds) Christopher Guerrero stayed
undefeated in four pro bouts (4-0-0), with a win by
unanimous decision ion four rounds.
The Montrealer featherweight (126 pounds) Avery Martin-Duval
improved his pro record to 8-0-1 with a win by unanimous
decision in six rounds over the Argentinian Matias Ezquel
The Montrealer lightweight (135 pounds) Luis Santana scored
seventh win in pro boxing (7-0-0), in beating the
Argentinian Cristian Rodrigo Gonzalez (11-15=1) by unanimous
decision in six rounds.
In the first female bout of the evening, the Montrealer
super welterweight (154 pounds) Mary Spencer kept her
perfect record (7-0-0), in beating the Mexican Cynthia
Lozano (9-2-0) by TKO in the first round. Spencer sent her
opponent in the floor in the first minute of the bout, she
attacked furiously right after, and the arbitror intervened
to stop the bout few seconds after.
Spencer won the WBA and WBO female titles.
In the second female bout, the Canadian Leila Beaudoin kept
her perfect pro record (7-0-0), with a win by unanimous
decision in six rounds over the Mexican Karla Ramos Zamora