Advertisement
Advertisement

Adam Trupish Pickles Janks Trotter in The First Round

by Richard Cloutier
 
At Desperado's Night Club in Calgary, Alberta, Canada - a battle of unbeatens took place with Adam Trupish (10-0) successfully defended his NABA super welterweight crown with a first round stoppage of Janks Trotter (7-1-1). The battle was stopped at 1:12 of the first.

On the same card, the local welterweight Steve Claggett (13-1-1) stopped Ontarian Ryan Wagner (4-2-0) by way of a TKO at 1:25 of sixth round. At super middleweight, Albert Onolunose (20-1-0) won a unanimous decision over Jason Naugler (18-15-1). Finally, at light heavyweight, Steve Franjic (7-0-1) and Andrew Hernandez (3-0-1) had to settle for a majority draw.

Tags: Janks Trotter image  
User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by apunchnotseen on 01-14-2012

Janks came out swinging for the fences, which unfortunately, was still his best chance. Trotter can bounce back from this, losing to a two-time olympian and future world champion holds no shame. Trupish is the real deal, combined with guys…

Comment by joe strong on 01-14-2012

[QUOTE=apunchnotseen;11667607]Great night of fights, far and away the best card I've seen in western Canada. Janks getting up after first knockdown was nothing short of miraculous. Trups power is for real, looking forward to seeing him on the world stage.…

Comment by apunchnotseen on 01-14-2012

Great night of fights, far and away the best card I've seen in western Canada. Janks getting up after first knockdown was nothing short of miraculous. Trups power is for real, looking forward to seeing him on the world stage.…

Post a Comment/View More User Comments (3)
Top Headlines 50 Cent Erupts, Rips Apart Ungrateful "Sh*thead" Billy Dib Luis Ortiz-Tony Thompson Undercard Information Golovkin-Canelo: Jerry Jones Wants Bout at AT&T Stadium Sanchez Will Have Barrera Ready For Andre Ward's Clinching Ovill McKenzie-Dmytro Kucher Purse Bid Won By Frank Warren Manny Pacquiao and Timothy Bradley: Defying Newton's Laws Golovkin-Wade Title Fight Confirmed For April 23 At The Forum Williams-Matano Title Eliminator Tops March 5 SHO Tripleheader Jason Quigley To Return on March 25th at Fantasy Springs Lightweight Contender Kevin Mitchell Announces Retirement Trash-Talking Lundy Admits Crawford Has ‘Got The Goods’ Sanchez on Facing Andre Ward With Barrera Instead of Golovkin Nielsen-Marghetti Tops March 19 Bill In Copenhagen Daily Bread Mailbag: Canelo vs. Khan, Brook, Kovalev, More Stephen Ormond is Hoping To Raise Irish Spirits Joshua-Martin: Eddie Hearn Hoping To Get The Fight Done Anthony Joshua To Parker: Talk is Cheap Until The Bell Rings Khan: Canelo Deal Was So Smooth, Finalized Within Days The Real Comeback of Andre Ward Amir Khan Confident: If I Hit Canelo Clean, I Can Hurt Him! Herring Dominates Flores; Williams Survives Late Scare Mayweather Not Concerned With Canelo-Khan on 5/7 Date Roman Gonzalez Says Return Will Happen on Golovkin-Wade Rey Vargas To Return on Leo Santa Cruz-Kiko Martinez Card Timothy Bradley Formally Vacates WBO Welterweight Title Chavez Sr. Not Happy With Canelo-Khan, Wants Canelo-Golovkin Andre Ward-Sullivan Barrera Confirmed For March 26 in Oakland Photos: Manny Pacquiao Flexing His Political Muscle Back Home Golden Boy VP: Shabranskyy Was Willing To Face Andre Ward Billy Dib: Thank God I Finally Got Away From 50 Cent! Francisco Vargas vs. Orlando Salido Still a Possibility? Martinez-Berchelt On Course For March 12 After WBO Rejects Appeal Julio Ceja, Hugo Ruiz Ready For Rematch War on Feb. 27th Anthony Joshua-Charles Martin in Serious Talks, Says Hearn Zou Shiming Ring Return Draws 36.5 Million Viewers in China Gabe Bracero Arrested After Allegedly Beating Up Cop Rigondeaux To Train At Derry Mathews' Gym In Liverpool Oscar Duarte Signs With Golden Boy, Returns February 19 Juan Hernandez Has Chocolatito In Sights After Latest Win Gallagher: Canelo is Not Golovkin, Amir Khan Can Win
Advertisement

Latest Active Forum Threads
Advertisement
Advertisement