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Talipeau batters Sonni Michael Angelo, Kariuki dominates Clenshaw

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Cronulla-17.08.10_1554The peoples’ champ, Junior ‘The One’ Talipeau 76.2kgs (16–1, 5 KOs) headlined his first promotion last night against Sonni Michael Angelo 75.4kgs (16–10–2, 5KOs) at Cronulla Leagues Club, in what was an exciting


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Will Ryan take Mundine into deep Waters

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678WBA #7, WBO #5 Junior Middleweight Ryan Waters (20–2–2, 12 KOs) is deep into his training camp and is gearing up for the biggest fight of his career against WBA #2 Anthony ‘The Man’ Mundine (39–3, 22 KOs) when they clash in September at the Woolongong Entertainment Centre.
In what is essentialy a WBA title elimiminator, a win against Mundine would position the Cronulla slugger for a world title shot against Peurto Rican superstar Miguel Angel Cotto and a well deserved big payday. Waters, who holds


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Pawsey wins battle for WBO title

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A sharp right punch to the neck by local boy Daniel Pawsey in the third round of the WBO title bout on Saturday night at Randwick nearly ended the evening early for Queenslander Tim “Knuckles” Kanofski from Ipswich. But after a few steps back and an 8 count the hardy Queenslander bounced back to tough out another nine rounds.
Pawsey’s superior ring-craft and calmness throughout the fight had him ahead most rounds but that didn't stop Kanofski from stalking his opponent and marking him with a fair few hits during the 12 round battle.


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A Hurricane in Hurstville

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906V0422Viktor “The Hurricane” Chernous (11–1) is the new Australian
welterweight champion after defeating former champ James J
Gilthrow(11–2) on Friday night at the Hurstville Civic Centre. The
judges awarded Chernous a unanimous victory by scores of 98–94, 98–93,
99–91. In what was an all action affair, Chernous was the deserved
victor (pardon the pun) with the more telling blows and effective
counterpunching. Chernous entered the ring with


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Suits hit the ring

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529What do an investment adviser, accountant, police officer and copywriter have in common? At first glance not much but they all, along with 14 others, took to the boxing ring on Saturday night in front of almost 400 after 12 weeks of intensive training.
White collar, or corporate, boxing has been big in the UK for the last decade but is just starting to make its mark in Australia.
The fights on Saturday night were run by White Collar Boxing Inc at the Roundhouse Theatre at the University of UNSW. The boxers were trained by professional boxer


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