Bazinyan Is Ready To Challenge
For A World Title Fight
By Daniel Cloutier
MONTRÉAL, Canada - The Montrealer super middleweight (168
pounds) Erick Bazinyan is closer than ever to fight for a
world a championship bout. Thursday evening at the Montreal
Casino, Bazinyan improved his pro record to 29-0-0, in
beating the American Alantez Fox (28-4-1) by majority
decision of the judges in 10 rounds in the main event of the
boxing show presented by the promoter Camille Esteban form
The Eye Of The Tiger Management organization. Bazinyan is
actually ranked third contender by the WBA and WBO, and
fourth by the WBC.
Two judges gave a score of 98-92 for Bazinyan, and the third
judge gave a draw of 95-95. “I am 27 years old, then, I am
ready to dispute a world championship bout,” said Bazinyan
after the fight. I really hope to dispute a world
championship bout this year. I tried to stop Fox, but he was
able to take all my punches. I am ready mentally and
physically to go to the top in my division.”
Just before the main event, the welterweight (147 pounds),
the Montrealer welterweight (147 pounds) Christopher
Guerrero improved his pro record do 6-0-0, in provoking
three knockdowns in the third round against the Mexican
Villareal Flores (3-1-1). The referee stopped the fight
after 1.31 minute of action in the third round.
Alexandre Gaumont, a fighter from Buckingham, Québec, kept
his perfect record (7-0-0) with a win by KO in the first
round against the Mexican Ballero Monjo (8-5-0). The bout
stopped after 2.26 minutes of the first round.
The Mexicain super lightweight (130 pounds) Gabriel Gollaz
Valenzuela (26-3-1) won in few seconds against the
Montrealer Yves Ulyssse Junior (22-3-0). He provoked a
knockdown after only 52 seconds of action in the first
round, and the referee stopped the fight.
In the opening bout of the evening, the Montrealer
featherweight (126 pounds) Every Martin-Duval stayed
undefeated (9-0-1), with a win by TKO in the third round
against the Mexican Eduardo Macia Mota.