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Jack Culcay Wins Middleweight Debut, Beats Cunningham

By Per Ake Persson

Former WBA "regular" 154 lb champ Jack Culcay made his debut at middleweight in Gutersloh and won a unanimous decision over Brit Craig Cunningham after ten rounds of boxing.

This was also "Golden" Jack´s debut for his new promoter Agon Sports and his fight with Torsten Schmitz as trainer.

On the undercard French heavyweight Samuel Kodje upset Evginios Lazarides and won on a fifth round knockout.

Another former Sauerland fighter returned in heavyweight Edmund Gerber and he won on points over Gabriel Enguema but had problems doing so.

In Braunlage, Hovik Bebraham was upset by Fedor Papazov in a IBO eliminator at lightweight. Papazov won a unanimous decision after 12.

Heavyweight Kevin Johnson lost to Petar Milas due to cut eye in the chief support.

IN OTHER RESULTS:  Emmanuel ¨Vaquero¨ Navarrete is more than ready to go for a world title, as with great ease he gave a beating to Venezuelan  contender Breilor ¨Zulianito de Oro¨ Terán with a stoppage win at 2:31 of round four in the main battle at the Deportivo del Sindicato del Metro in Mexico City as part of a Zanfer Promotions card.

The dominance of the "Vaquero" Navarrete (24-1, 21 KO's) was total and overwhelming on Terán (23-16-1, 15 KO's), who could do nothing for as long as the fight lasted.

Navarrete , ranked at number two under the WBA at super bantamweight, said he was ready to go for the world title.

"I am very excited to be just a short time away from the world title, I am ready, thanks to my promoter Zanfer for developing my career," expressed Navarrete.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Satir on 03-11-2018

future Jacobs or Charlo opponent, lol

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