Israil “Dream” Madrimov stops Michel Soro after much controversy! ⋆ 24 hour boxing news

Via Ken Hissner: In Tashkent, Uzbekistan, overcoming DAZN, Dmitry Ivanov (World of Boxing Promotion) and Eddie Hearn (Matchroom Boxing), in the Israil “The Dream” Main Event Madrimov WBA 2nd place Super Welterweight from Uzbekistan was declared the winner. won at the end of the ninth inning although the time was never determined by the announcer.

Returning loser after two years of inactivity, world title challenger and WBA ranked No. 1 Michel Soro from France coach Angel Sanchez disputed the final result to no avail. In the Bronze Main Event, WBA international ultralightweight champion and 2016 Olympic gold medalist, Shakhram “Wonder Boy” Giyasov from Uzbekistan, defeated Cristian “El Zorrito” Rafael Coria from Argentina over 10 instant union.

In the main event, WBA Intercontinental Super Welterweightight champion and No. 2 WBA ranked Israil “The Dream” Madrimov, 8-0 (6), #153 ¾, of Khiva, UZB, was declared the winner by points. 1st place WBA ranked Michel Soro, 35-3-1 (24), #153 ¼, of Villeurbanne, Rhone, FR, at the end of nine rounds in a 12-round world title elimination match.

In the first half, Madrimov had a slight advantage while in the second half, Soro had the advantage. In the third round, Soro continued to box well and Madrimov used an effective but very economical backhand.
In the fourth round, Soro started well for the first two minutes but Madrimov prevailed in the last minute with a flurry of punches that sent Soro going backwards. In the fifth inning, Soro played well and threw Madrimov, who had rushed south for some reason without warning. In the second half of the half, Madriov had a rough tackle on Soro’s chin that sent him back for the rest of the half.

In the sixth round, Soro made Madrimov bleed his nose with a good attacking punch. Madrimov was warned for the last 30 seconds of using his head. In the seventh round, both fighters had their moments. Soro played well with his stab and occasionally got the right to smack Madrimov in the chin in this section. At the last minute, Madrimov followed up with a series of punches that caught the attention of Soro, who spent the rest of the round going in the opposite direction.

In the eighth round while Soro started well in the first minute, Madrimov finished well in the last minute. Between rounds, Soro’s coach Abel Sanchez seemed to have let him know he needed to finish better.

In the ninth inning, it went back and forth but in the final seconds, Madrimov put Soro on his feet then landed with half a dozen punches after the bell before Spaniard Salvador Salva stepped in and banish the war. Coach Abel Sanchez of the Soro corner immediately complained to the referee about the stoppage situation that occurred after the bell.

The announcer, who left a lot to be expected after all the confusion asked fans “do you guys want to know who won the fight?” Then the announcement that it was Madrimov without indicating the time of the round suggested it had to be after the round or he simply didn’t know when it stopped. It was a lousy result even though Soro was badly hurt in stoppage time. This writer had it 77-75 in favor of Madrimov after eight rounds with Madrimov taking the ninth round.

In the co-main event WBA International Superlightweight Champion and 2016 Olympic Silver Medalist in his third defense, Shakhram “Wonder Boy” Giyasov, 12-0 (9), #143, of Bukhara, UZB, beat Cristian “El Zorrito” Rafael Coria, 29-9-2 (13), #143 ¾, of Famailla, Tucuman, ARG, over 10 rounds.

In the first round, the taller Giyasov repeatedly moved forward rocking Coria one minute into the round with a left hook to the chin. He continues to work with Coria, who returned to the ring after almost a year until today, losing to the knockout. In the second round, with forty seconds remaining after being beaten, Coria landed left on the top of his head knocking Giyasov down but for some reason the referee didn’t consider it a possible knock because he thought it was a possible knock. that he was stepped on by Coria.

In the third round, Giyasov sometimes switched to southpaw. In the final half-minute, both landed punches in the chin at the same time the action was received from both boxers. In the fourth round, half way through, Giyasov left his shot on Coria’s chin, injuring him forcing him to step back and continue defending.

In the fifth round, Giyasov continued to dominate the game. In the last thirty seconds, Giyasov let Coria pin the rope with his left hand, wounding him. In the sixth inning, Giyasov continued to foul but Coria had a good last minute of the half.

In the eighth round, Giyasov continued to knock out Coria. With just a minute left, the referee warned Giyasov for ostentatious behavior after he flipped the ball upside down with his right hand. Coria then attacked although not enough to go around. In the ninth round, it was more competitive although Giyasov ended the round with more show off doing a tumble with his feet.

In the tenth and final round, Coria came on knowing he needed a knock-out but he attacked in the first half of the round before Giyasov once again took over.

The score is 100-90 twice and 99-91 with this writer having it as 99-91.
2016 Olympic super-middleweight silver medalist Bektemir “Bully” Melikuziev, 8-1 (6), #173, of Shoimbek, UZB, is back in the ring after suffering his first defeat by easily beating Sergei “Classic” Ekimov, 18-4 (9), #177, of Khabarovsk, RUS, more than 8 rounds.

In the first round, a former Southpaw track and field athlete who lost by knockout in June, Melikuziev chased tall and reluctant Ekimov with ease through the first two rounds. In the second inning, Ekimov would cover up as if he was about to be knocked down only occasionally throwing the lead.

In the third round, Melikuziev worked his body in a special way with sometimes following closely over Ekimov’s head. In the fourth part, Melikuziev continues to overtake Ekimov, who continues in survival mode.

In the fifth round with thirty seconds remaining, Melikuziev took the lead to drop Ekimov by 8 counts. Melikuziev was cautioned for hitting the referee’s Ekimov in the back in the final seconds of the round.

In the sixth round, Melikuziev continued to attack Ekimov. In the final 30 seconds, he brought Ekimov to his knees and for some reason the referee didn’t consider it a knockdown.

In the seventh round, Melikuziev continued to follow Ekimov as he delivered punches mainly to the body. Ekimov always raised his hand which he had had since the opening round and sometimes came down as if he was going down but never did.

In the eighth and final round, Melikuziev continued to live up to his “Bully” moniker against Ekimov but rarely managed to win, staying in survival mode the entire fight. Melikuziev easily won every round.

Scores are 80-72 and 80-71 twice with this writer at 80-71.
WBA international lightweight flyweight champion and 2016 Olympic gold medalist nampaw Hasanboy Dusmatov, 4-0 (4), # 107 ¼, of Andijan, UZB, stopped former WBC FECOMBOX Mini champion Jose “Charalito” Rivas , 18-13-4 (10) , # 107 ¾, by Zapopan, Jalisco, MEX, after 4 rounds of 8 scheduled rounds.

In the first round, after 30 seconds, Dusmatov landed two rounds to Rivas’ chin and landed him for a count of 8. He continued his offensive attack but was unable to hurt Rivas again. In the second round, the taller Rivas of the two showed few fouls while Dusmatov easily made another round forward that was mostly body landings.

In the third round, Dusmatov continued to attack Rivas but failed to deliver an effective punch until the last seconds when he landed a left header to the chin, attracting Rivas’ attention. In the fourth round, Rivas finally attacked in the first minute before Dusmatov went up mid-round. A head collision caused a cut on the bridge of Rivas’ nose and right eyebrow in the final minute of the match.

Before the start of the fifth inning, Rivas’ corner refused to come in from the corner as his cutter continued to put pressure on Rivas’ cuts.

With over 100 amateur fights, of which Dusmatov won 93, he looks like a boxer with a solid future with just four fights. Israil “Dream” Madrimov stops Michel Soro after much controversy! ⋆ 24 hour boxing news

Charles Jones

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