Joey Williams Stopped By Batty In Cowra

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Show promoter and former NRL star-Joey Williams suffered his first defeat in the ring after being stopped in round 2 by Brendan Batty in their 4 round Welterweight bout on Saturday night-29th October, in Cowra.

Williams looked good from the start landing good shots. Batty was hurt early in round 2 and sensing a stoppage Williams went in for the kill but let his right hand slip and got caught with a left hook and went down unable to beat the count.

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Youthful Card at Muswellbrook (Live Report) by Keeta Nova

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The Muswellbook PCYC tournament has attracted boxers within the youth, junior and schoolboy divisions. Under 14’s also participated in competitive sparring bouts, prior to the main events.

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Newcastle kickboxer takes it to the world’s best by Penny Pryor

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 When she first took up kickboxing eight years ago, Newcastle girl Serin Murray never thought she would be fighting a second fight, let alone her fifth world title fight which she will do on Saturday night at Newcastle Panthers.
The 30-year old first got into the sport when a friend suggested they try some kickboxing classes at local gym. Enjoying the sport but realising they wouldn’t be tested in their current classes, they went looking for Rob Murdoch Senior, a well-known kickboxing and thai-boxing trainer in Newcastle.
At that stage she thought she might only have one kickboxing bout – to try it out, so to speak.
But Murray well and truly caught the fighting bug and has been training to fight under Murdoch for the past eight years.
“We’re not a money-making martial arts gym,” she says of her fighting home. “Rob produces fighters there.”

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Mundine vs Alvarez - The Undercard by Tomas Vysokai

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Wednesday night was a busy one for Team Mundine as they put yet another showcase of their best crop against the rest.
There were 7 fights to support the main event between Anthony Mundine and Rigoberto Alvarez.
The heavyweights were first up with George Poulivaati (now 4–1–0) who had a close contest by unanimous decision against very game opponent Scott Belshaw from England (now 10–6–0)
All three judges had Poulivaati winning, two 39–37 and one 39–38.
Fight 2 was a contest between an Indonesian bus driver Aswin Cabuy (12–26–2) and a young prospect and former Australian amateur representative Sam Ah See (now 3–0–1).
Ah See finished all three previous contests with a KO victory within the first round.

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Mundine vs Alvarez Speed vs Power by Tomas Vysokai

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 Anthony Mundine showed that he is still the man after rather an easy victory over hard-hitting Rigoberto Alvarez Wednes­day night at the Newcastle Entertainment Centre.
It was obvious straight from the start that Alvarez (27–3–0 20KO) came to hurt Mundine, (42–4–0 25KO) attacking the body with straight lefts (southpaw) and right loopy punches. Mundine’s defensive style mixed with lightning fast jabs and right hooks was frustrating the Mexican as he looked too slow.

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No Bull Fite Nite XLIII by Tomas Vysokai

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Paul Grima put together another successful night of Kickboxing and Muay Thai in mid October, which featured 17 bouts and 4 WKA and ISKA titles. All the fights were entertaining and full of action but the judges awarded ‘fight of the night’ to the cruiserweight bout between Danny Phillips and Alan Atkinson.

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Pro Boxing in Campsie

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The Orion Function Centre at Campsie was packed to the rafters Saturday night with fans awaiting to see their local stars prove themselves against tough opposition.
The main event was between local boxer Hassan El Husseini and Mark Dalby from South Australia.  El Husseini applied pressure during every round of the fight, initiating and changing his attacks from head to body. He looked like he was enjoying his opponent’s attacks, smiling back and encouraging him while being hit.

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Anthony Mundine vs Rigoberto Alvarez

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Anthony “The Man” Mundine (42–4–0) will return to the ring on Wednesday night-19th October at the Newcastle Entertainment Centre against Mexican, Rigoberto Alvarez (27–3–0) for the interim WBA Light Middleweight title with the winner setting up a showdown with WBA champion, Austin Trout.

The fight was due to happen in September but after ‘Choc’ was cut above the eye in training it was postponed to the new date, “After the eye injury, I had about five days off, then when I came back to training and had two hard sessions, I ended up getting a blood infection and couldn’t train for another week.”

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Ryan Waters Fight Night

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Cronulla fighter/promoter Ryan Waters found it difficult to beat the count after the explosive right overhand from NZ Lee Oti last night.
The few hundred spectators were stunned and remained very quiet after seeing Waters (now 21W 4L 2D) down and out who had previously fought Oti (now 15W 11L 1D) over three years ago.
Waters was very aware of his power as he admitted just before the fight that he has never been punched harder when the two first met.

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Shannan Taylor Stops Kietbusaba, Wins WBF Title

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Shannan Taylor has turned back the clock to capture the World Boxing Foundation Middleweight title with a 4th round KO of Thai, Sintung Kietbusaba.

Both fighters came out slow using their jabs. Shannan landed some good left jabs and right crosses to the head, with Sintung using some good body shots and uppercuts.

Round 2 saw Taylor take it to Kietbusaba landing great left and right jabs to the head. Kietbusaba fought back landing some of his own body shots.

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