Title Bouts Archive - February 2019
2019-02-02
Richard Commey vs. Isa Chaniev
Richard Commey delivered a big performance as he scored three knockdowns of Isa Chaniev in a second-round knockout to win a vacant IBF lightweight titlein Frisco, USA.
2019-02-02
Oscar Valdez vs. Carmine Tommasone
Oscar Valdez scored four and pounded Carmine Tommasone en route to a seventh-round knockout to retain his 126-pound belt for the fifth time in Frisco, USA.
2019-02-02
Sergey Kovalev vs. Eleider Alvarez
Sergey Kovalev won Eleider Alvarez via unanimous decision to regain WBO light heavyweight world title in Frisco, USA.
2019-02-09
Andrew Cancio vs. Alberto Machado
Andrew Cancio captured WBA super featherweight title after he knocked out Alberto Machado in the fourth round in Indio, USA.
2019-02-09
Rey Vargas vs. Franklin Manzanilla
Rey Vargas successfully defended his WBA super bantamweight title, outpointing Franklin Manzanilla over 12 rounds of action in Indio, USA.
2019-02-10
Jose Carlos Ramirez vs. Jose Zepeda
Local hero Jose Carlos Ramirez pleased a crowd of 14,034 at the Save Mart Arena in Fresno, California, by rallying the second half of the fight to retain WBC super lightweight title with a close, 12-round majority decision over Jose Zepeda.
2019-02-15
Rob Brant vs. Khasan Baysangurov
Rob Brant registered his first defense his WBA middleweight title in front of his home fans in Minnesota, stopping Khasan Baysangurov in round 11 of ESPN’s main event.
2019-02-16
DeeJay Kriel vs. Carlos Licona
South Africa’s DeeJay Kriel defied the odds when he stopped the previously undefeated Carlos Licona in the 12th round to claim the IBF minimumweight belt at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, USA.
2019-02-23
Anthony Dirrell vs. Avni Yildirim
Anthony Dirrell won a 10-round technical split decision in an all-action fight against Avni Yildirim to claim a vacant WBC super middleweight world title in the main event of a Premier Boxing Champions card at The Armory in Minneapolis, USA.
2019-02-26
Vic Saludar vs. Masataka Taniguchi
Filipino boxing champion Vic Saludar successfully defended his WBO world minimumweight title by dominating his Japanese challenger in Tokyo, Japan.