George Kambosos TKO6 Richard Pena... Fighting in Athens, Greece, on Friday, 25 year-old Greek-Australian George Kambosos (17-0, 10 KOs) stopped Richard Pena (11-3-1, 9 KOs) of the Dominican Republic in the sixth roundat the Olympic Hall Galatsi. Dropping Pena in the fourth and fifth rounds, Kambosos controlled the lightweight contest until the referee halted the action in round six following a barrage of unanswered punches. Kambosos said afterward, "I fought a very smart, patient and explosive fight against a very tough young fighter who had an opportunity of a lifetime. Pena is a good young fighter who made a great account of himself with his long and awkward frame. I am a proud Greek and a proud Australian. Fighting in Athens, Greece, was an amazing experience." Kambosos' paternal grandfather originally came to Australia from Greece to begin a new life and raise a family. "This was another step toward a world title. My next fight will be in America. Jose Pedraza, I'm coming for you." source: dibella entertainment
James McGirt D12 David Papot... On Friday in Verona, New York's Turning Stone Casino, David Papot (22-0-1 with 3 KOs) and James McGirt, Jr. (23-7-5 with 14 KOs) battled to a draw in a twelve-round middleweight tilt. Both men attempted to gain the edge, working different angles, attempting to exploit the others' weakness, however the fight went the full distance. The bout was scored to a split decision draw, with official scores of 117-111 Papot, 115-113 McGirt Jr. and114-114.
Lavisas Williams W8 Mario Alfano... Italian lightweight Mario Alfano (14-1-1, 3 KOs) failed in his American debut, losing to Rochester's Lavisas "Red" Williams (9-1-1, 3 KOs). Alfano pressed the action from the opening bell, coming forward for most of the fight,. However, Williams countered with a stinging jab and great movement. At the final bell, the judges ruled in favor of Williams, by unanimous decision. Official scores were 78-74 and 77-75 (twice).
Wendy Toussaint W6 Lucius Johnson... Wendy Toussaint (10-0, 4 KOs) took on Lucius Johnson (4-6-1, 3 KOs) in a tense battle. Toussaint and Johnson began taunting one another in the middle rounds, both looking to mentally edge the other. In the end it was Toussaint, who used his length and incredible stamina to pitch a shutout, winning all three scorecards by 60-54. Toussaint said "it felt really good to be back in there. I haven't fought in while, and I really wanted to put him to sleep tonight, and landed a few punches that I thought would, but he fought hard and stayed on his feet. I am ready to get back into the ring as soon as I can."
Alcibiade Duran Galvan W4 Jonathan Pierre... In a four-round welterweight battle, Alcibiade Duran Galvan, who fights under the name Roberto Duran, Jr., inproved to 3-0 with 2 KOs by narrowly outpointing a very tough Jonathan Pierre (3-1) . It was a pleasing battle in which Duran, the **alleged** son of boxing legend Roberto Duran pressed the action against the skilled boxer Pierre.
Eric Abraham KO3 Alex Vanasse ...Finally, Eric Abraham (6-4-1, 3 KOs) earned the KO of the night against Alex Vanasse (4-1, 4 KOs) in a cruiserweight bout. Abraham was down on the cards, but turned it around with one punch in the third, violently dropping Vanasse, and finished off the fight four punches later, dropping Vanasse a second time, to earn the KO victory. source for above results: star boxing