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Dominic Boesel vs. Robin Krasniqi on October 10 in Magdeburg

WBA interim and IBO light heavyweight champ Dominic Boesel (30-1) will defend the titles against stablemate Robin Krasniqi (50-6) on October 10 in Magdeburg on a SES promotion writes BILD.

Boesel was all set to take on Australian Zac Dunn in the spring but then the coronavirus knocked out all of the boxing shows - and as things are now Dunn is not allowed to leave Australia.

As for Krasniqi, he dropped down the super middleweight in 2015 and won the EBU title in 2018 but lost it last year. He came back in August of this year.

Boesel won the vacant WBA interim title and the IBO belt when he stopped Sven Fornling in November of last year and this his first defense.

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IN OTHER NEWS: Promoter Paco Damian of Paco Presents promised a night of action and delivered in spades last night (Monday, September 21, 2020) in Tijuana.

In the main event, former world title challenger and WBC #8 bantamweight Alejandro “Peque” Santiago survived an all-out spirited challenge from countryman Willibaldo Garcia to successfully defend his WBC International Bantamweight Championship via 10-round majority decision.

Known for pulling off surprising upsets against heavily favored opposition, Santiago quickly found himself in danger of suffering the same kind of loss against the free-swinging and apparently tireless Garcia. Staying poised, Santiago (22-2-5, 11 KOs) picked his shots and was able to do the more effective work in a majority of the action-packed rounds.

Despite his now 10-4-1, 5 KOs record, Garcia, of Copala, Guerrero, Mexico, made a strong account of himself. Throwing non-stop wild haymakers from awkward angles for all 10 rounds, he made the world-rated Santiago earn his pay. By the final round, Santiago was cut above one eye and marked up around the other.

To his credit, Santiago made adjustments throughout and put together eye-popping combinations several times per-round.

The scores were 97-94 and 96-94 Santiago. The third judge saw it a draw, 95-95.

In a thrilling co-main event war, Victor “Chucky” Sandoval of Tijuana moved his impressive record to 34-3 (22 KOs) with a last-second tenth-round TKO of a determined Kevin Villanueva (16-3-3 (12 KOs).

Moving in and out skillfully, Sandoval was able to unload bomb after bomb against the seemingly impervious Villanueva.

Guasave, Sinaloa’s Villanueva walked through the hellacious fire to land bombs of his own in an attempt to pressure and wear down his more technically gifted opponent.

With Sandoval seemingly cruising to a comfortable, but not easy, decision victory, he finally broke through the iron jaw of Villanueva, trapping him in the corner and unloading the finishing volley with 10 seconds left in the fight.

The thrilling victory gained Sandoval the vacant WBC International Silver Super Flyweight title. 

Super featherweight Cristian "Lacandonsito" Cruz (13-5, 6 KOs) of Tijuana continued his now 11-fight winning streak and looked very impressive while beating countryman Diego “FlaKO” Aleman (12-2-1, 8 KOs) by unanimous eight-round decision.

Cruz, the son of former IBO and IBF Featherweight Champion Cristóbal “Lacandón” Cruz, utilized his hand and foot speed to move in and out of danger while throwing hard combinations. He dropped Aleman twice while cruising to an 80-70, 78-72 and 79-71 verdict.

23-year-old Cruz got off to a rough start in his career but looks to have done the homework needed to become a legitimate prospect at super feather.

In the opening bout of the night, Los Mochis, Sinaloa’s Bryan Luna moved to (6-0, 3 KOs) with a unanimous shutout decision over Ensenada, Baja California Felipe Ayon (now 1-1-1, 1 KO). The scores were 40-36 from all three judges in a bout that was more exciting than the scores indicate.

User Comments and Feedback
Comment by Mammoth on 09-23-2020

[QUOTE=giacomino;20773289]Bum fight again for Boesel. Robin Krasniqi has to rank up there with the most undeserving title fight contestants in the past few decades. He’s gotten two previous title fights without winning a round. Boesel is going to bum fight…

Comment by giacomino on 09-23-2020

Bum fight again for Boesel. Robin Krasniqi has to rank up there with the most undeserving title fight contestants in the past few decades. He’s gotten two previous title fights without winning a round. Boesel is going to bum fight…

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