Via Ken Hissner: At the CAA Center, Brampton, Ontario, Canada, Friday Tyler Buxton and Don MacDonald (United Boxing Promotion) on DAZN (The Zone) presented during Main Event “The Boss” Wagner prevented Jorge “Soldado” Perez Sanchez from participating. The International Boxing Association is vacating the Intercontinental Welterweight Title in the ninth round scoring the only kill in the match.
During the main event Josh “The Boss” Wagner, 13-0 (7), #147, in Orangeville, Ontario, CAN, stopped Jorge “Soldado” Perez Sanchez, 13-3 (5), #146, of Thanh Mexico City, MEX, at 2:07 of the ninth of 10 scheduled rounds, for the vacant IBA Intercontinental weight class title.
In the first four rounds, Wagner assisted the reluctant Sanchez with a slot. In the fifth to seventh innings, Sanchez finally started throwing forward punches in both rounds.
In the ninth inning, Wagner knocked Sanchez out with a punch to the chin because referee David Dunbar counted eight points. Wagner overpowered Sanchez when he was finally waved by referee Dunbar.
Canadian Superlightweight Champion “Marvelous” Mark Smither, 9-0 (0), #139.6, of Barrie, Ontario, CAN, beat Andy “El Caniche” Almendras, 15-11-1 (7), # 139.6, of Santa Cruz de la Sierra, BOL, more than 10 laps.
In the first three innings, Smither dominated with an effective hit. In the fourth and fifth rounds, Smither continued to box as a lightweight boxer and did not want to draw it with Almendras. In the sixth round, Smither injured Almendras with a mid-round body punch.
In the ninth round, Smither continued to control with his stab while Almendras struggled to survive. In the tenth and final inning, Smith covered the distance of his first ten innings and shut down.
The referee is Mark Simmons.
Scores are 100-90 and 99-91 twice with this writer at 100-90.
Super Welter southpaw Joshua “Hellrazor” Frazer, 6-0 (6), #156.4, of Brampton, Ontario, CAN, stopped southpaw Esteban “Negro Tremendo” Villalba, 13-27-3 (9), #158.4, of Juarez, MEX, after two innings on a six-round schedule.
In the first round, the taller at 6:03 Frazer used an effective shot to win the round. In the second half, Frazer defeated Villalba because referee Floyd Porter counted 8 points at the last minute. Villalba was able to survive the round but refused to play in the third round.
Super Welter Thad Buntsta, 3-3-1 (1), #155.6, of Oshawa, Ontario, CAN, tie with Daniel Roach, 2-1-1 (0), #154, of Toronto, Ontario, CAN, over 6 rings.
In the first two innings, they fought on par with the busier Buntsta and the stronger Roach. In the third round, Buntsta suffered a small cut on the bridge of his nose. Roach used an effective upper right cut into Buntsta’s body.
In the fourth and fifth innings, Bunsta used his forehand to counter Roach’s upper body blows. In the sixth and final round, Bunsta had his right eyebrow cut, but Roach was able to land to make it to the round. The referee is Mark Finley.
The score is 59-55 Bunsta, 58-56 Roach and 57-57 for a draw with 58-56 Bunsta for this writer.
5-time Canadian amateur champion Melinda Wood, 1-0 (0), #164.4, of Pefferlaw, Toronto, CAN, beat Silvia “La Leona” Barraza, 1-2 (1), #164, of Juarez , MEX, more than 4 × 2 rounds.
In the first two innings, Wood out defeated Barraza with chin kicks. In the third and fourth innings, Wood dribbled with his right and put Barraza in trouble during the final minutes. The referee is David Dunbar.
All scores are 40-36 as well as these writers.
Middleweight Medhi “Medboy” Abidi, 1-0 (1), #155 ½, of India, Ontario, CAN, stopped Scott MacDonald, 0-1 (0), #156, of Ajax, Ontario, CAN, at 2:27 of the second round scored a knockdown in the 4 scheduled innings.
In the second half with almost a minute left, Abidi had a left hook to the chin that rocked MacDonald. Seconds later, a right from Abidi to the chin and lowered to MacDonald gave MacDonald a count of 8 from referee Floyd Porter. Abidi jumped all over MacDonald until the fight was stopped.
Broadcaster Patrick Lono.