Super Welter Anas Massoudi won his tenth victory in Saturday’s bout at Claridge on the occasion of “All Ice in Brussels II”. The meeting returned to Brussels with boxing and boxing. Welter, who made his professional debut (-66.678kg) was encouraged seriously throughout his first fight and then paid homage long after winning the technical knockout (referee’s stop) in the second round against Polish Alexander Mohil.
Heavy-duty (-90.719kg) Flemish League (VBL) champion Steve Eleunda Outer could not finish before Gong’s final blow against Czech Jiri Swasina. (60-52, 59-53, 59-53), on July 17 at the Belgian Championship against Kamel Kovac, broke the crowd by promising to do well at the King Bad Doin Stadium.
Former Dutch light heavyweight (-79.378kg) former kickboxer Chico Quasi continued his unbeaten run at the end of the fifth boxing match of his career, where he overcame points (78-74, 77-75, 79-73) and now has 4 wins to Tony Brown. ) Won over the audience who praised him.
Super Welter (-69.853kg) successfully took Anas Messoudi, another Irishman who hated Keane McMahon, to the corner of the old dance hall for a half-hour selfie session. After a careful start to the fight, the opponent was not even given a short break, so he fell to the ground twice in fifth place in eight rounds, before sitting in his corner when the next call came. Yasin Matala, his agent who organized the meeting, said Brussels residents would not return to a ring before the end of August, having now failed to make a list of ten wins, including eight before the limit.
Finally, three Irishmen – lightweight John Cooney, Welter Ryan O’Rourke and Super Welter Christian Preston knocked out Czech opponent Damien Jedresek 15 seconds later – returned home with a win on their cards. The first two matches are unopposed after five and seven fights respectively.
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