By Per Ake Persson

Denmark - Dina Thorslund, 12-0, won the vacant WBO 122 lb female title with a dominant performance over tough but limited Mexican Yessica Munoz, an apparently inflated 17-2-1.

After ten it was scored 100-90 twice and 99-91. Munoz kept coming but walked into one hard counter after the other but kept coming throughout the fight and never looked close to cave in.

Former EBU featherweight champ Dennis Ceylan, 19-2-2, returned to the win column with a unanimous eight round decision over Georgian Levan Tsiklauri, 10-4-1. Ceylan, could - and perhaps should - have outboxed Tsiklauri as he had the skills to do so but choose to trade with his opponent - and Tsiklauri had punch the outcome of this fight would have been different.

As it was Ceylan took too many punches but was too slick for Tsiklauri. In the last round the Georgian broke through though and Ceylan was stunned twice and looked unsteady.

But it was too little too late and the judges and scoring referee had it 80-72, 78-74 and 79-73 - all for Ceylan.

Heavyweight Kem Ljungquist, a southpaw and now 5-0, knocked out Slovakian David Vyletel, a misleading 6-3, with a left to the body in the first of a scheduled six-rounder. It was over at 1.13.

Superfeather Frederik Hede Jensen, 3-1, outscored Belorus Andrei Nurchynski, 9-30-5, over, It was scored 40-36 on all cards.