By Alexey Sukachev
Olympic Stadium, Moscow, Russia - WBA, WBO, WBO, IBF, IBO welterweight champion Cecilia Braekhus (34-0, 9 KOs) had way too much for previously undefeated Inna Sagaydakovskaya (7-1, 3 KOs).
Braekhus dominated the action from start to finish, by outboxing and outlanding the far less experienced contender over ten rounds for an easy unanimous decision win.
The scores were never announced by the judges, but Braekhus was credited with a unanimous decision.
Sagaydakovskaya was biting off far more than she could chew, as the veteran in Braekhus had few issues in the contest and was landing her punches all fight long.
As the contest played out in the second half, Sagaydakovskaya was fading with each passing round and getting buzzed from hard hooks.
Braekhus had Sagaydakovskaya in real trouble in the final thirty seconds of the contest, but the Russian challenger made it to the bell.
Also on the card, Undefeated super middleweight Vladimir Shishkin moved to 7-0, 4 KOs, with the fifth-round stoppage of Gasan Gasanov (15-7-1, 12 KOs).
Gasanov has been aggressively stalking Shishkin in a majority of rounds to no effect. Shishkin was light on his feet and elusive. In round five he stroke with a thunder, putting Gasanov down with a body punch.
Time was 0:34. Shishkin acquired a vacant WBA Continental super middleweight title.
A vacant IBF International middleweight remained vacant after a tedious but at the same time a hard-fought draw between WBA #10 and WBA Continental champion Magomed Madiev (11-0-1, 4 KOs) and unrated Argentinean upset master Guido Nicolas Pitto (25-5-2, 5 KOs).
Both fighters gave their all but a lack of punching power resulted in a workmanlike, grueling affair. Scores were 96-94, 95-95, and 94-96.