Boxing results | Apr 18, 2021
Boxing results from around the world. To see the complete list, go to BoxRec's Results page.
Saturday 17, April 2021
Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Jake Paul 2 0 0 TKO 1 Ben Askren debut
Paul floored Askren, who looked uncomfortable in a boxing stance, with a looping right hand in the opening moments. Ben seemed a bit hurt but rose without issue. When it appeared the fight would resume, the referee took another look at Askren and stopped the fight. Askren, who appeared clear-headed, protested the stoppage.
Paul vs Askren | Updates, Video and Reaction
Steve Cunningham 29 9 1 UD 6 Frank Mir pro debut
The 44-year-old Cunningham (30-9-1, 13 KO) hadn’t fought since 2017 and was a late replacement for Antonio Tarver who couldn’t get licensed in Georgia. Steve didn’t have any trouble with Mir, who was making his pro boxing debut, winning on scores of 58-56, 60-54, and 60-54. Cunningham didn’t exactly seem to be trying his best here, in all honesty, but Mir deserves plenty of credit for being tough and doing the best you could have expected of him. (Bad Left Hook)
Mir vs Cunningham | Updates, Video and Reaction
Regis Prograis 25 1 0 TD 6 Ivan Redkach 23 5 1
super lightweights, 12
Strange ending. Prograis beat Redkach by unanimous decision -- 60-54, 60-54, 59-54 -- in a junior welterweight fight shortened due to Redkach being unable to continue after a blow to his side. Instead of being ruled a technical knockout or knockout, though, the result was determined by the cards, where Prograis won the fight.
In the sixth round, Prograis (26-1, 21 KO) landed a right hook to Redkach's body, knocking Redkach (23-6-1) down in what was determined to be a low blow. Redkach fell to the ground in tears and had a ring physician tend to him. Seeing the shot on replay, Prograis started pointing out that it was not a low blow. (ESPN)
Junior Younan 15 0 1 UD 8 Jeyson Minda 14 4 1
light heavyweights, 8
Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, Hollywood, Florida, USA
Demetrius Andrade 29 0 0 UD 12 Liam Williams 23 2 1
Andrade retains World Boxing Organization World Middle Title
Andrade rocked Williams in the opening stanza and looked poised to deliver a first round KO but the latter survived. Williams tasted the canvas in Round 2 but refused to succumb to the faster, most polished Andrade who landed hard shots and buckled the durable and defiant Williams throughout. Credit to Andrade for a masterful performance and credit to Williams for hanging in there and firing back well at times.
Andrade is a slick southpaw and when he sits on his shots, he punches with good power. Will he get the fight with Gennady Golovkin? He certainly seems deserving. Good performance.
Andrade vs Williams | Updates, Video and Reaction
Carlos Gongora 19-0-0 KO 8 Christopher Pearson 17 2 0
super middleweights, 12
Gongora, , who represented Ecuador at the 2008 and 2012 Summer Olympics, looked solid and proved his December upset of Ali Akhmedov wasn't a fluke. He's ranked No. 13 in the super middleweight division by BoxRec.
Andrey Fedosov 31 3 0 KO 1 Mahammadrasul Majidov 3 0 0
Mahammadrasul Majidov, an 18 to 1 favorite who defeated Anthony Joshua in the amateurs and was recently signed by Eddie Hearn, looked great in the opening seconds, utilizing a long, piston-like jab. However, he was soon floored by an overhand right and appeared to badly twist his ankle when going down. He beat the count but was virtually a sitting duck for Fedosov, who came in with 11x more pro bouts, and floored him once more for good. Majidov was lucid throughout and pointed to his leg to signal a problem. Video
Fiesta Casino, San Jose, Costa Rica
Hanna Gabriels 20 2 1 TKO 2 Martha Patricia Lara Gaytan 11 9 0
vacant World Boxing Council World Female Heavy Title
vacant World Boxing Association World Female Light Heavy Title
Fight is made @168+ lbs.
Club de Sub Oficiales de la Policia, Melgar, Colombia
Maurenzo Smith 23 13 4 KO 3 Lioscar Malo 0 16 0
Name sound familiar? Smith has faced Chris Arreola, Adam Kownacki and Charles Martin.
Polideportivo Jose Arijon, Desvio Arijon, Santa Fe, Argentina
Gustavo Daniel Lemos 26 0 0 TKO 8 Maximiliano Ricardo Veron 12 3 1
super lightweights, 10
International Boxing Federation Latino Super Light Title
Verón down in the 8th round
Polideportivo La Colonia, Junin, Mendoza, Argentina
Hugo Alberto Roldan 19 0 1 UD 10 Emiliano Dominguez Rodriguez 25 7 0
Geelong Arena, Geelong, Victoria, Australia
Jason Whateley 7 0 0 TKO 8 Aaron Russell 13 6 0
International Boxing Federation Australasian Cruiser Title
Audi Zentrum, Wuppertal, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany
Patrick Schaefer 4 0 0 ??? Andras Csomor 18 29 2
Mark De Mori 38 2 2 ??? Laszlo Toth 21 20 0
De Mori was KO'd by David Haye in 2016.
Shrine Auditorium and Expo Hall in Los Angeles
Tony Harrison (28-3-1, 21 KOs) Draw 12 Bryant Perrella (17-3-1, 14 KOs)
super welterweight, 12
Perrella was a 5:1 underdog
Efetobor Apochi 10 0 0 TKO 3 Deon Nicholson 11 0 0
Friday 16, April 2021
Allianz Cloud, Milan, Lombardia, Italy
Fabio Turchi 18 1 0 UD 12 Dylan Bregeon 11 0 1
vacant EBU European Union Cruiser Title
Ivan Zucco 12 0 0 RTD 6 Luca Capuano 11 0 0
super middleweights, 10
vacant Italy Super Middle Title
Francesco Patera 23 3 0 UD 8 Nicola Henchiri 9 3 2
Samuel Nmomah 14 0 0 UD 8 Kassimou Mouhamadou 7 2 0
Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico
Miguel Vazquez 42 10 0 TKO 7 Isai Hernandez 10 1 1
Vázquez reigned as the IBF lightweight champion from 2010 to 2104 and, during his career, has faced the likes of Mickey Bey, Mercito Gesta, Daniel Attah, Breidis Prescott, Josh Taylor, Tim Bradley and Canelo Alvarez. Still only 34, Miguel had lost 4 of his previous 6 heading into Friday's bout.
Next Big Fight
Browne vs Gallen
April 21, 2021
Aussie monster Lucas Browne 29-2-0, 25 KO, a former WBA heavyweight champion, faces Paul Gallen 10-0-1 5 KO, an Australian former professional rugby league footballer, at WIN Entertainment Centre, Wollongong in New South Wales, Australia.