Bahram wins a NSW Title

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Friday, 21 May 2010
Roundhouse, Uni of NSW, Kensington, Sydney (NSW)
IMG_9707Kurt Bahram (9–1 3KOs) rebounded from his previous controversial, premature stoppage loss to win the NSW Middleweight Title from Leroy Brown (6–1–1). Bahram used the ring well with his movement and constantly beat Brown to the punch with his superior jab. Brown kept coming forward throughout the contest but found his opponent too elusive as Bahram kept piling up the points and picked his angles well to unanimously outpoint Brown by the scores of 77/75, 77/75, 78/76.

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Aussie Joel prepares for combat

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27265_1416345290086_1276203941_31225534_1559989_n-1Australian featherweight champion Aussie Joel Brunker likes his training tough. The tougher the better. Now one of the few professional fighters good enough to live off boxing, Joel loves the gruelling sessions his trainer puts him through at Richmond Boxing Club.
“Anything you can do to make it harder for me, the better,” he says.

As an amateur Joel had 96 wins from 121 fights and an Olympic bid at the 2004 games even before he turned 20. As a professional he is undefeated with a record of 14 (8)-0–0
Now 24 he has a carefully planned strategy for achieving a WBC youth world title – available to under 25-year olds – in September this year.
“The main thing I’ve got to do is keep winning,” he says simply.

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Fight Review- Blacktown Rumble

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IMG_3099_copyA sense of mixed emotions lingered as I walked through the doors of Blacktown RSL. Blacktown – my former hometown, the place that consumed the best of my “Cosby” years. I wondered if I would run into anyone I know and sure enough I saw a few familiar faces, but now a little more timeworn since I’ve seen them last. They were here to see a young lad called Tyson, an amateur boxer with only a handful of fights under his belt. To my amazement this young lad stood over 6’ tall and had a frame of a panther. I had the privilege of watching this young boxer display his boxing skills and was entirely impressed. With the right training and guidance I think this young guy has a promising future in boxing. There were another 3 amateur fights that night, all of high standards. This was then followed by 6 pro fights, one of them vacant for the Lightweight Australian title. The opening pro fight was between Jody Gall Vs Ben Wrotniak. This was a good fight to get the punters into the mood.

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Vysokai wins title battle

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IMG_9997-1Up and coming professional boxer Tomas Vysokai took out his first WBF title in just his fifth bout on the circuit when he beat the undefeated Yao Yi Ma for the vacant WBF Asia Pacific light middleweight belt on Friday night.
In his first 10-round fight the Slovakian (4–1) started off in good shape, with his trade mark double jab penetrating more than his opponents. Both boys paced themselves well at the beginning with Tomas (also publisher of this

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Chernous on fire

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Coatian Club, Punchbowl, NSW
07. May 2010
Suth01Former Ukrainian amateur star, Victor Chernous (7–1 4Kos) claimed his second NSW title in two different weight divisions when he defeated Filipino Ariel Omongos (8–18) by TKO in the 3rd round. At the start of the contest, Omongos came out looking to land a big bomb and had success landing a left hook that momentarily shook Chernous. Chernous spent the 2nd round regrouping himself and came out firing in the 3rd round regaining the momentum. At the end of the 3rd round, Omongos returned to his corner shaking his head and to everyone’s ama­zement quit on his stool. With this victory, Chernous claimed the NSW Welterweight Championship.

by Haris Moris

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Assyrian Domination

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IMG_0553The Assyrian Sports & Culture Club in Fairfield Heights played host for the first time to boxing. Local favourite, Ninos Slewa (5–1 2KOs) did not disappoint his partisan crowd with a one sided beating of Lucas Mason (2–9). Slewa was like a bull in the ring as he charged forward throughout the fight trapping Mason on the ropes and landing his combinations.

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