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December 01, 2012

Compiled By Scott Shaffer

Tyson Fury W12 Kevin Johnson... In Belfast, Northern Ireland, Tyson Fury won a slow heavyweight fight by unanimous decision over Kevin Johnson. Fury was deducted a point in the seventh round, but Johnson never really engaged in any meaningful action. source: bbc

Khabib Allakhverdiev W8 Joan Guzman... In South Florida on Friday, Khabib Allakhverdiev of Russia defeated Joan Guzman by technical split decision. The scheduled twelve-rounder went to the scorecards early when Guzman injured his ankle and could not continue. With the win, Allakhverdiev captures the vacant WBA regular 140-pound title, although Danny Garica, the real world champion at 140 pounds, holds the WBA super championship. Guzman fell while avoiding a punch and got up limping. He tried to continue, but could not stand up for long. The referee ended the bout and left it in the judges' hands, who scored it 76-75 (twice) for Allakhverdiev overruling a 76-75 score for Guzman. Allakhverdiev (18-0) dropped Guzman (33-1) with a three-punch combination in the third round. source: miami herald

Freddie Flintoff W4 Richard Dawson... In a novice heavyweight four-rounder that drew a circus-like atmosphere in Britain, cricket star Andrew "Freddie" Fintoff won a rocky, but feel-good four round decision over Oklahoma import Richard Dawson (2-1). Flintoff was in excellent condition, but the recent convert from cricket to boxing was sorely lacking in proper punching technique. Flintoff pawed, slapped and winged his punches, and got dropped (but not hurt) by Dawson in the second round. Flintoff had thousands of passionate fans at Manchester's MEN arena who sung and chanted throughout the fight. Flintoff was more aggressive than Dawson, and though the referee's 39-38 decision for Flintoff was debatable, did anyone really expect Dawson to get a verdict over the hometown hero?  source: yahoo! video

David Price TKO2 Matt Skelton..
. Heavyweight hopeful David Price stopped Matt Skelton in the second round with body shots to retain the British championship in Liverpool. Skelton was agrressive to start the opening round, but Price staggered the 45 year old as the action continued.  Price landed a right upper cut which hurt Skelton in the second, and the 6'8" 2008 Olympic medallist soon put Skelton down with about six heavy body blows that caused Skelton's corner to throw in the white towel of surrender. Price improves to 15-0 while Skelton's modest five-fight win streak ends and his record falls to 28-7. source: the telepgraph

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