Boxing Results: Dimitry Bivol Wins WBA Title Beats Gilberto “Zurdo” Ramirez!

Via Ken Hissner: In front of a sold-out crowd at Etihad Arena, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates on Saturday before DAZN Oscar De La Hoya (Golden Boy Promotion), Eddie Hearn (Matchroom Boxing) and Zurdo Promotion are presented. in the Main Event WBA World Light Heavyweight Champion Dimitry Bivol easily defeated in his 9th defense formerly undefeated former WBO supermiddleweight champion Gilberto “Zurdo” Ramirez over 12 rounds fight. In the IBF co-main event and WBC ultralightweight champion Chantelle “Il Capo” Cameron easily defeated two divisions and defending IBF, WBA, WBC, WBA and IBO Welterweight champion Jessica “CasKILLA” McCaskill.

In the main event WBA world light heavyweight champion Dmitry Bivol, 21-0 (11), #174 ¾, of Tokmak, Kyrgyzstan and Indio, CA, dominated former WBO men’s super heavyweight champion Gilberto” Zurdo” Ramirez, 44-1 (30), #174 ¾, of Mazatlan, Sinaloa, MEX, over 12 laps.

In the first half half way through, Bivol’s first solid punch hit Ramirez right in the chin. In the final thirty seconds, a powerful stab from Ramirez knocked Bivol off the head. In the final seconds, Bivol dropped a snake to his chin. In the second and third innings, Ramirez used an effective jab. In the fourth round that ended in the first minute, Boval was noticed by Ramirez with a right to the chin.

Midway through the fifth round, Bivol rocked Ramirez with a punch to the chin. Bivol continued to be more aggressive even though most of the match took place in the middle of the ring. In the seventh half, in the first minute, Bivol cornered Ramirez with a hook on the right and then a hook on the left. The bigger Ramirez had a slightly stronger shot but wasn’t good enough to win the inning.

In the last minute of the eighth round, Bivol let Ramirez fend off the ropes landing half a dozen unanswered punches. In the last minute of the ninth round, Bivol’s off-rash shot landed more than a dozen unanswered punches, mostly to Ramirez’s chin. In the tenth round, Bivol seemed to have had a chance to let Ramirez take the lead.

In the eleventh inning after half a minute, Bivol unleashed a flurry of punches to the chin by Ramirez, who continued to seem lacking in pulling the trigger. In the 12th and final round, Ramirez knew he needed a knockout. Near the end of the first minute, Bivol unleashed more than half a dozen punches without end. In the final seconds, both unleashed punches. The referee is Luis Pabon of Puerto Rico.

This writer’s scores are 118-110, 117-111 twice, and 118-110, respectively. This is hardly possible without the No. 1 Bivol P4P.

In the IBF co-main event and WBC ultralightweight champion Chantelle “Il Capo” Cameron, 17-0 (8), #139 ½, of Northampton, UK, easily beat two world class champions and current WBA, WBC, WBO, IBF, IBO Welterweight Champion Jessica “CasKILL” McCaskill, 12-3 (5), #139 ½, of Chicago, IL, over 10×2 laps, for IBO titles, WBA and WBO are vacant.

In the first round, McCaskill appeared, the aggressor throwing furious punches until a clash of heads produced a tumor that was later reported to the left side of McCaskill’s forehead. In one stalemate, she received a punch to the back of the head without warning from referee Jerald Tomelen. The rest of the round Cameron controlled with a stab.

Second and third plays McCaskill looked unsteady on his feet. In the fourth inning, the final referee warned Cameron for a header. Cameron continued to work with McCaskill. In the final seconds of the fifth round, both boxers hit the bell.

In the sixth round, it was the closest round while Cameron, who was already a good boxer, could still have the advantage. In the seventh round, Cameron suffered a small cut on the bridge of her nose despite better acting.

In the ninth round, both fighters delivered some solid punches with Cameron having the advantage. In the tenth and final innings, both had moments when McCaskill delivered her best punch of the mid-fight with a punch to the chin Cameron, who again won the round.

This writer gives it a score of 97-93, 96-94 and 99-91.

Men’s No. 1 Super Feather Shavkatdzhon “Shere Kahn” Rakhimov, 17-0-1 (14), No. 130, of Bokhtar, Tajikistan, was disqualified and behind in terms of cards stopped. Ranked No. 2 Zelfa “Brown Flash” Barrett, 28-2 (16), #130, in Manchester, UK, at 2:35 of the 9th of the 12th round scheduled for the vacant IBF World Super Feather title .

In the first two rounds, Barrett easily took them down with his dashes and lunged forward to face the oncoming Rakhimov, who couldn’t cut the round. In the third round, Barrett rocked Rakhimov with a punch right to the chin. At the last minute, Barrett was confused when he let Rakhimov block with his body. With half a minute left, Barrett knocked Rakhimov down with a right chin-butt that sent Rakhimov to his feet as referee Mark Nelson counted eight points. Rakhimov though ended the last seconds forcefully.

In the fifth round, Barrett’s arm and leg speed dominated, and Rakhimov injured the center with a mid-zone punch. He hurt Rakhimov late in the half with a combo with his chin. In the sixth inning, Rakhimov finally got Barrett in a corner, landing three lines on the left side of the body. Barrett controlled the rest of the round with his stab.

In the seventh round, it was more competitive but Barrett continued to control with both punches landing after the round. In the ninth inning, Barrett appeared to have had problems with his left foot as Rakhimov let him in a corner and Barrett’s feet fouled referee Nelson. At the last minute, Rakhimov again knocked Barrett down with a final body-kick when the towel was thrown, causing referee Nelson to stop the game.

Olympic gold medalist 2021 and WBC international flyweight champion Galal Yafai, 3-0 (2), #112, of Birmingham, UK, took a decisive win over Gohan Rodriguez, 12-2-1 ( 1), #111, by Gomez Palacio, Durango, MEX, more than 10 innings.

In the first three rounds, the aggressive Yafai had the advantage. In the fourth inning, Rodriguez came back enough to get a close round. In the fifth to seventh round Yafai continued to overtake Rodriguez chasing him.

In the eighth round, Rodriguez continued to hit lower than the higher Yafai hit with the upper shots. In the ninth round, Yafai suffered a slight scratch on his left eyebrow, which missed the round. In the tenth and final half, Yafai continued to pressurize, making Rodriguez look tired. The referee is Jerald Tomelan.

Scores are 96-94 Yafai, 96-95 Rodriguez and 96-95 Yafai with this writer 98-92 Yafai.

Super Light, former 3x national champion, Majid “Cerastes” Naqbi, 7-1 (4), #137 ¾, of Dubai, UAE, lost to John “Equalizer” Lawrence Ordonio, 8-4-1 (4), #139, of the City of San Fernando, PH, over 004 laps.

In the first round, Ordonio pushed Naqbi behind. In the second round it was closer but for Ordonio with Naqbi being the only local on the card to get the backing from the crowd. In the third round, Naqbi came back well to win the round. In the 4th and final round, Naqbi started to show clearly despite being defeated midway through a short period of time. The rest of the game is over.

The scores twice are 40-36 and 39-37 as well as this writer.

2008 Olympic Athlete and current WBA Super Fly Champion Bantam Khalid “Kal” Yafai, 27-1 (15), #120¾, of West Midland, UK, brilliantly defeated Jerald “The Predator” Paclar, 16-6 -3 (9), #117 ½, of Illigan City, PH, over 10 innings.

In the first round back after 20 months of losing the title, Yafai was shocked at the last minute when a right from Paclar to the chin and knocked Yafai as referee Luis Pabon counted 8 points. He mainly holds the bell.

In the second half Yafai boxed well with frequent left hooks. Paclar did not come off the field after he considered dropping him in the previous round. With half a minute left, a Paclar right forehand stunned Yafai, who held steady but knocked the last two left hooks to Paclar’s chin at the bell.

In the final forty seconds of the third round, Paclar rocked Yafai with a punch and continued to punch the bell as Yafai got past it. In the fourth round, Yafai controlled the action of rocking Paclar with a left hook to the chin for the remaining half minute that sent him back a few steps. Yafai made the fifth inning despite landing a low hit to Paclar in the midfield.

After making the sixth and seventh rounds Yafai in the eighth and ninth rounds did quite a bit of holding up. In the tenth and final round, Paclar finished off the stronger of the two. Yafai is the aggressor for the most part.

The scores twice are 96-93 and 95-94 as well as this writer.

Broadcaster David Diamante.


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