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Euro Information: Jono Carroll, Oscar Ahlin Get Wins, Brown Beats Kassim Ouma

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In Brussels tonight JUST OINE Boxing Monitoring placed on a program at the Claridge Occasions without any group as well as streamed live a pay-per-view.

Swedish light heavyweight Oscar “Golden Boy” Ahlin (21-2) outscored Germany-based Turk Alpan Yaman (12-2) over 10 rapid paced rounds. Yaman was down in the 2nd as well as 3rd from left hook counters to the head yet was never ever harmed as well as maintained coming. His stress paid partially off as well as he obtained the Swede under some stress in the later rounds. It had not been sufficient though as well as Ahlin won on ratings of 99-90 two times as well as 97-91. Both males endured cuts. Ahlin has actually been around for 10 years as well as won his initial title tonight as the uninhabited IBO Continental title went to risk.

Super welterweight Nabil Messaoud (4-0) quit Romanian-Spanish expert Rafael Chiruta (17-44-1) in a defend the uninhabited Flemish title. Chiruta attempted to punch it out yet was outboxed. He appeared to take it well as well as is usually rather hard yet he retired after the 4th as well as didn ´ t appeared for the 5th round.

There was a time-out throughout the 3rd as the place was as well crowded.

Irish light heavyweight Tony Brown revealed pledge as he outscored 42-year old previous globe champ Kassim Ouma (29-15-1). Brown won on ratings of 78-74 as well as 80-72 two times. Ouma is a has-been in every means yet a hard has-been as well as he made the child, currently 3-0, strive for his win.

Irish very featherweight Jono Carroll (19-2-1) quit Moldovan Romic Airapetean (9-1) in the headliner of a program in Malaga, Spain, last evening (March 27).

Super light-weight Abdessamad Nechchad (12-2-1) quit Eduardo Valverde (2-5-1) in the 6th as well as last round.

In Pamplona, Spain, likewise Saturday night, very welterweight Jose Gregorio Suero (7-0-1) quit David Soria (9-1) in the 3rd to win the nationwide title.

German cruiserweight Alexander Nedbei (11-1) quit Finn Janne Forsman (22-15) in the 3rd in a battle held at a health club in Gersthofen. For Forsman it was his tenth loss straight as well as an additional suitable cash advance in a battle approved at extremely brief notification.

Hard French expert Howard Cospolite (19-8-3) quit Mamhoud Taha (9-8-3) in the preliminary in St Ouen as well as kept the nationwide title. In the co-headliner Gustave Tamba (16-1) outscored Steven Crambert (8-7) to keep the French very center title.

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