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Janne Katajisto Bests Veteran Danny Williams Over Eight

There was a heavyweight clash late on Saturday evening in Vaasa Finland between reigning Finnish national and BBU heavyweight titlist Janne Katajisto and Danny Williams for Katajisto´s BBU belt over 8 rounds

After Katajisto started aggressively first 4 rounds but finally in the 5th round Williams started to throw many powerpunches and was winning the round. During next couple of things Katajisto throw many good punches and even wobbled Williams a couple of times. In the last round Williams do chased KO punch, but with god movement Katajisto declared victory with unanimous decision (points 78-74, 79-74 and 79-75).

With the victory Katajisto improved to 11-0-1, 5 KO and Williams fell to 44 victories and 12 losses.

In another pro bout Italian welterweight Christian Pastarini had trouble moments against local hero Teemu Tuominen. Pastarini was counted already in the 1st round, and in both next rounds he was warned ovet spitting mouthpieces and finally in the third round Tuominen declared winnes by unanimous decision. Tuominen is now 2-0, 1 KO.

The sold out night club show was promoted by Caramelito Promotions.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Drunk Punch on 09-09-2012

Oh Danny, surely you saved some of the money you earned. Retire please before its too late.

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