Jonkoping, Sweden: - Patricia Berghult (15-0) won the vacant WBC female super welterweight title on scores of 97-93 twice and 96-94 over Swiss boxer Olivia Belkacem (10-3) in the headliner of Fight Life and Tomas Magui's show at the SPIRA Kulturcentrum.

It was a tough fight for both, few clean punches, lots of holding. Berghult's cleaner boxing won it for her but it was a close fight and not a fight to remember.

The co-feature, a heavyweight six rounder ended in a controversial TKO win for Pezhman Seifkhani, now 13-0, over Russian Denis Tsaryuk (13-6).  After what seemed as an accidental clash of heads the Russian was cut on the forehead and ruled unable to continue with Seifkhani declared as winner. 

Heavyweights Marios Kollias (7-2-1) and Awadh Tamim clashed in an explosive fight scheduled for six two-minute rounds. Tamimh, from Tanzania but based in Stockholm, came out fast and hurt Kollias, from Greece but now based in Sweden.

Marios kept his cool though, landed with some good left hooks to the head and body of Tamim, who went and while he got up he never recovered and was hurt for real late in round was knocked out at 2.01.

Unheralded Georgian cruiserweight Geriso Aduashvilis knocked out Swede Marcus Alberts 1.30 into the first. Alberts just couldn't get his head away from Aduashvilis wild swings and was eventually hurt and heavily floored.

Hometown hero Paolo Magui made his debut and outscored winless Georgian boxer Ilias Valushvili over four.