Zach Parker Gets Points Triumph In Germany, Moves To 16-0

By Elliot Foster

Zach Parker had no trouble seeing off Geard Ajetovic in Germany.

The 24-year-old won every round of eight to improve his unblemished ledger to 16-0 with 11 early at the Baden Arena in Offenburg.

Parker, who has starred on World Boxing Super Series undercards of late, is closing in on a title shot of some sort, having made steady strides since his debut in 2015.


His latest victory, by 80 points to 72 on all three judges’ scorecards, came as part of the supporting cast of Rocky Fielding’s attempt to dethrone Tyron Zeuge of the WBA ‘regular’ super-middleweight title.

The card also saw wins for cruiserweight Mikael Lawal, the Nigerian-born Londoner who made it seven wins from seven with a fifth-round stoppage of Istvan Kun, and Denis Radovan.

Radovan won for the 10th time on the spin with a routine eight-round decision against Pavel Semjonov, while middleweight Simon Zachenhuber continued his early career progress with a four-round victory over Srecko Janjic.

Meanwhile, Aniya Seki retained her WBC Silver female bantamweight title with a unanimous win over Csilla Nemedi, Verena Kaiser triumphed over six against Mari Tatunashvili in the super-lightweight division and super-middleweight Xhek Paskali pushed to 3-0 with an emphatic six-round points win over Marco Miano in the opener.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Mick Higgs on 07-15-2018

Parker surely deserves a shot at the English title now!

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