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Tervel Pulev, Bogdan Dinu Secure Wins in Bulgaria

Tervel Pulev, a younger (but not by much) brother of world-rated heavyweight Kubrat Pulev and a successful amateur himself, fought in front of his fans for the third time as a pro, and it was successful again.

As the main event holder Pulev, 36, outworked and outboxed American cruiserweight DeShon Webster (12-3-2, 6 KOs) to a landslide unanimous decision (118-110, 120-108, and 120-108) in Plovdiv, Bulgaria, this past Saturday night. Pulev fought around Europe (mostly in Germany) and got three fights overseas. He is 15-0, 12 KOs, but not rated.

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On the undercard, Romanian heavyweight Bogdan Dinu (19-2, 15 KOs) bounced back with a stoppage following back-to-back kayo losses to Jarrell Miller and Kubrat Pulev. Dinu, 33, halted South African veteran Osborne Machimana (23-14-2, 17 KOs) in four.

Light heavyweight Spas Genov loves to fight and he is successful when he does, which doesn’t come often. Genov scored his twelfth win by decisioning Georgian import Levan Shonia (15-18, 11 KOs) over eight. Scores were: 79-73, 79-73, and 79-74 – for Genov, who is now 12-0, 8 KOs, in a pro career dating back to 2008. Shonia is 1-13 since 2013.

Also, in a stunner that wasn’t a stunner at all, unheralded trialhorse Borislav Zankov (12-27-1, 5 KOs) stopped 47-year old veteran Konstantin “KoKo Tyson” Semerdjiev (34-19-2, 21 KOs) in two. Semerdjiev just cannot stop doing it, fighting sporadically into his 27th year as a pro. His biggest win was a decision over future European and WBA light heavyweight champion Bruno Girard in 1993, when both were novices.

John Wirt and Ivaylo Gotzev organized the event.

User Comments and Feedback
Comment by Mammoth on 12-15-2019

Dinu ready for Zhang or Hrgovic now.....

Comment by ShaneMosleySr on 12-15-2019

What a strange card. A 36-year old cruiserweight whos 15-0, an eleven year pro who’s 12-0 and a 27-year veteran who lost to a guy with a 12-27 record.

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