Italian lightweight Michael Magnesi (18-0) stopped Swiss-Rwandan Patrick Kinigamazi (32-3) on Friday night in Fondi (Italy) and won the vacant IBO title. Kinigamazi, a former WBFed champ, was heavily floored in the fifth by a right hook and it was stopped. Kinigamazi was down in the third as well
WBA Gold lightweight champ Yvan Mendy (45-5-1) squares off against Argentinean Miguel Cesario Antin (19-5) in an eight rounder on Asloum Event's farewell show December 5 in Levallois (France).
Asloum's shows all billed as No Limit have delivered some good fights and will be missed.
As previously reported Kevin Lele Sadjo vs Ronny Landaeta and Matheiu Bauderlique vs Beidi Berrocal headline the show.
Polish cruiser Mateusz Masternak (42-5) continues his comeback in professional boxing after his stint as an amateur next Friday (Dec 4) in Lodz. Masternak takes on Argentinean Jose Gregprio Ulrich (17-3), reports bokser.org.
Also on the bill is middleweight Fiodor Czerkaszyn (16-0) who is in against another Argentinean in Javier Francisco Maciel (33-10).
Talented light heavy Pawel Stepien is sidelined with an injury and is not on the bill.
As previously reported on BoxingScene.com, French heavyweight Tony Yoka passed a solid test from Romanian Christian Hammer on Friday night in Nantes and won clearly, but also suffered a hand injury and he revealed on Twitter that his planned fight in December for the vacant EU title is off.
Ringstars Promotions won purse bids for Yoka vs Milas with an offer for 275,000 Euro and had planned to stage the fight in December.