Alex Dilmaghani W8 Miguel Angel Gonzalez... At the Danforth Music Hall in Toronto, two lightweights gave a boxing lesson as both Alex Dilmaghani and Miguel Angel Gonzalez played a game of chess in the ring. Both guys were equally matched. After eight rounds, one judge scored it 80-72 with the two other judges scoring it 78-74 all in favor of Dilmaghani, who was born in the United Kingdom to an Iranian family, but cut his teeth in the famed Romanza Gym in Mexico City under the guidance of Hall of Fame trainer Nacho Beristain. The southpaw Dilmaghani improves to 14-1-0 while Gonzalez slips to 24-9-1.
Mladen Miljas KO2 Abraham Pascual... In a heavyweight fight, Mladen "Monster" Miljas (4-0) delivered the knockout win as promised last week in a Boxingtalk interview. Miljas, from Mississauga, Ontario looked calm and collected before scoring a sensational knockout of Mexico's Abraham Pascual. Miljas wasted no punches, popping his jab and working Pascual’s body. He dropped the Mexican twice in the opening round before knocking him out in the second round. Pascual falls to 10-4 (some sources say 8-4).
Lee Baxter Promotions' successful night of boxing began with two undefeated super middleweights. Patrice Volney, based out of Montreal, jabbed and outworked Mexico's Eduardo Olmos Tarango before knocking him out in the third round. Volney improves his record to 6-0. Tarango slips down to 4-1.
A junior middleweight fight was unfortunately scored a technical draw after three tough rounds. Jessie Wilcox used his reach and height advantage by working his jab and working Fernando Silva’s body. But Silva did not quit and pressed forward. The three rounds were tough to score, but a clash of heads caused Wilcox to suffer a bad cut. The ringside doctor stopped the fight, making the scorecards moot since four rounds had not been completed. Wilcox, based out of Hamilton, Ontario remains undefeated with a record of 7-0-1 while Silva, from Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, gains another fight and experience to his record , which is 15-10-3 (6 KOs)