Boxing Title Bouts Archive - October 2020

Naoya Inoue vs. Jason Moloney
Unified bantamweight world titleholder (super WBA and IBF) Naoya Inoue defeated Jason Moloney by seventh-round knockout at the MGM Grand Conference Center in Las Vegas, USA.
Gervonta Davis vs. Leo Santa Cruz
Gervonta Davis defended his WBA lightweight title and won Leo Santa Cruz's WBA super junior lightweight title with his sixth-round KO in San Antonio, USA.
Mario Barrios vs. Ryan Karl
Mario Barrios retained his WBA super lightweight title by dropping Ryan Karl twice in round 6 in a KO victory in San Antonio, USA.
Elwin Soto vs. Carlos Buitrago
WBO light flyweight champion Elwin Soto retained his title with a twelve round unanimous decision over Carlos Buitrago at Fantasy Springs Resort Casino in Indio, California.
Sergey Lipinets vs. Custio Clayton
In a seesaw battle for the interim IBF welterweight title, Sergey Lipinets and Custio Clayton ended in a disappointing 12 round draw in Uncasville, USA. The title left vacant.
Juan Francisco Estrada vs. Carlos Cuadras
Juan Francisco Estrada recovered from a third-round knockdown to score two knockdowns of a game Carlos Cuadras to score an emphatic 11th-round stoppage to defend the WBC super flyweight title at Gimnasio TV Azteca in Mexico City.
Julio Cesar Martinez vs. Moises Calleros
Julio Cesar Martinez stopped Moises Calleros in the 2nd round to retain WBC flyweight title in Mexico City.
Teofimo Lopez vs. Vasyl Lomachenko
At just 23 years old, Teofimo Lopez became the undisputed lightweight champion of the world by dethroning Vasiliy Lomachenko over 12 tense rounds inside the MGM Grand Conference Center in Las Vegas, USA. Lopez becomes the youngest fighter to become a four-belt champion (IBF, super WBA, WBO and The Ring) since the WBO was founded in 1988.
Robin Krasniqi vs. Dominic Boesel
Robin Krasniqi, a 33-year-old who had fallen short in almost all of his biggest fights, scored a significant upset by stopping Dominic Boesel in the third round to win an interim WBA light heavyweight title in Magdeburg, Germany.
Emanuel Navarrete vs. Ruben Villa
Emanuel Navarrete defeated Ruben Villa by unanimous decision to win the vacant WBO featherweight title at the MGM Grand Conference Center in Las Vegas, USA.