Boxing Results: Erik Bazinyan Stops Godoy In Montreal!

Boxing Results: Erik Bazinyan Stops Godoy In Montreal!

  In the Main Event NABF Super Middle champ Erik Bazinyan, 32-0 (23), #168, of Quebec, CAN, stopped Billi Facundo Godoy, 41-8 (20), #166 ¼, of Centenario, ARG, at 2:23 of the second round of a scheduled 10 rounds.

In the first round it was all Bazinyan who pushed Godoy to the canvas near the end of the round without warning from the Referee. In the second round a chopping right from Bazinyan on the chin and down went Godoy who quit on his knees.

In the co-feature southpaw Albert Ramirez, 18-0 (15), #174 ¾, of El Viga, VZ, easily defeated late sub Artur Ziyiatdinov, 15-2 (12), #174 ¼, of Tashkent, UZB, Montreal, CAN, over 10 one sided rounds.

In the first round it was all Ramirez while Ziyiatdinov hardly threw a punch. In the second round Ramirez rocked Ziyiatdinov at the midway point. In the final seconds Ramirez rocked Ziyiatdinov with a left on the chin. In the third rounds final seconds a left to the body followed by a right from Ramirez rocked Ziyiatdinov.

In the fourth and fifth rounds Ziyiatdinov continues to go through the motions of looking to get through each round with no offense. In the sixth and seventh rounds Ramirez starts to slow down but Ziyiatdinov didn’t take advantage of it.

In the eighth and ninth rounds it continues looking like a sparring session. In the tenth and final round Ramirez continued winning the rounds due to having no opponent fighting back. Referee Chris Young warned Ziyiatdinov for hitting behind the head of Ramirez. Somehow the commentators thought it was a close fight. Ziyiatdinov would be fortunate to get paid.

Scores were 100-90, 99-91 and 98-92 and 100-90 KH.

NABF and WBO Int’l Super Light champ ‘The Dragon’ Steve Claggett, 38-7-2 (26), #142, of Calgary, Alberta, CAN, stopped Marcos ‘Papitas’ Gonzalez, 23-4 (11), #141, of Ciudad, Chihuahua, MEX, after two rounds of a scheduled 8 rounds.

In the first two rounds it was all Claggett having Gonzalez on the defense. The corner of Gonzalez wouldn’t allow him out for the third round.

Referee Yvon Goulet

Former WBC Silver Super Welter champ Mary Spencer, 8-2 (6), #153 ¾, of Montreal, Quebec, CAN, stopped Sonya Dreiling, 6-4 (2), #153 ¼, of Albertville, AL, after one round of a schedule 8×2 rounds.  

In the first round the taller Spencer had her way with little offense from Dreiling. Dreiling’s corner would not allow her to come out for the second round.

Referee Alain Villeneuve

Light Heavy Wilkens Mathieu, 7-0 (4), #173, of Montreal, Quebec, CAN, stopped Oscar Soto Quintana, 6-5 (2), #173 ¾, Hermosillo, Sonora, MEX, at 0:31 of the fourth round of a scheduled 6 rounds.

In the first round it was all Mathieu landing four and six punch combinations without return from Quintana. In the second round Mathieu landed over a dozen answered punches knocking out the mouthpiece of Quintana with a minute remaining in the round.

In the third round Mathieu continued landing punch after punch with little return from Quintana.

In the fourth round a right from Mathieu on the chin rocked Quintana who grabbed Mathieu not to hit the canvas as the corner called a halt forcing Referee Yvon Goulet to wave it off.

Lightweight Jhon Orobio, 5-0 (5), #133 ½, COL, and Montreal, CAN stopped Juan Carlos Ramirez, 5-5 (0), #134 ¾, of Mexico City, MEX, after the second round of a scheduled 6 rounds.

In the first round it was all Orobio. In the second rounds final seconds a flurry of punches ending with a left from Orobio to the body and down went Garcia at the bell without a count. He walked slowly to his corner who didn’t allow him to come out for the third round.

Referee Erick Phillipeaux

In the opening bout Middle southpaw Moreno ‘Soldier’ Fendero, 4-0 (3), #163.9, of Besanqon, Doubs, FR, Montreal, Quebec, CAN, stopped Ricardo Lara, 22-12-2 (10), #163 ½, of El Gruillo, Jalisco, MEX, at 1:49 of the second round of a scheduled 4 rounds.

In the first round with twenty seconds remaining southpaw Fendero landed a lead left to the mid-section dropping Lara for an 8-count.

In the second round near the end of the first minute Fendero landed a right on the chin dropping Lara for a second time for an 8-count. Halfway through the round another right on the chin from Fendero on the chin and down went Lara for the third time as referee Phillipeaux called a halt without a count.

Referee Erick Phillipeaux

Related post

Heck of a Morning: Who will Islam Makhachev, Ilia Topuria face in next title defenses?

Heck of a Morning: Who will Islam Makhachev, Ilia…

With huge fights on the horizon — most notably the UFC 300 “BMF” title fight between Justin Gaethje and Max Holloway…
Ryan Garcia Wants To Release Full Sparring Video Of Tank Vs. Haney, But Can The Damage Be Undone?

Ryan Garcia Wants To Release Full Sparring Video Of…

Ryan Garcia wants to unearth the entire sparring video of Gervonta ‘Tank’ Davis’ beatdown of Devin Haney and post it on…
Rozenstruik Fights Gaziev Saturday at UFC Apex

Rozenstruik Fights Gaziev Saturday at UFC Apex

Do you happen to have plans on Saturday afternoon and early evening? If the answer happens to be “no,” you will…