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Wawrzyk-Bertino Early Results From Raciborz, Poland

By Alexey Sukachev

MORE LIVE RESULTS TO COME...............

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Raciborz, Poland - IBF #11 147lber Rafal Jackiewicz improved his record to 40-10-1, with 20 KOs, following the fourth-round stoppage of Belgian journeyman Farid El-Houari (25-13-1, 14 KOs). In the first round, Jackiewicz, 35, was much better with his left hooks and hard right hands. Sensing that the best defense in undoubtedly attack, the Belgian fighter moved forward to meet more problems against the durable Pole. In the third, Jackiewicz countered his opponent well with a series of hard right hands, including strong right uppercuts, and sent him down at the very end of the stanza. Finally, in the fourth round Jackiewicz moved forward and landed consecutive right uppercuts, double left hooks and another right hand to force El-Houari's corner to throw in a towel.

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Highly regarded Polish light middleweight Damian Jonak is still unbeaten after his thirty third professional bout. WBC #3 and WBA #7 Jonak (32-0-1, 21 KOs) started extremely fast against overmatched compatriot Sebastian Skrzypczynski (7-7-2, 3 KOs) and dropped him twice in the opening round - first with a wicked left hook and then with a short right hand to the whiskers. Skrzypczynski barely survived until the bell to end round one but then found some resources to even the battle in the middle rounds. However, Jonak increased the tempo in the late rounds and ended the fight strong, ultimately stopping his opponent in the eighth and final round with an accumulation of punches.

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Welterweight Lukasz Maciec (15-1-1, 3 KOs) ended his modest hiatus with a bang, stopping Croatian Almin Kovacevic (10-11-1, 4 KOs) at the end of the fourth round. Maciec was looking for a knockout early on but then decided to put some punches together instead of looking for a single blow. After the fourth round, referee called in for a ringside physician and on the advice of the latter he stopped the fight for good.

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