Boxing Title Bouts Archive - July 2023

Terence Crawford vs. Errol Spence
Terence Crawford dismantled Errol Spence Jr. in a tour de force performance, scoring a ninth-round TKO in the long-awaited superfight to capture the undisputed welterweight championship at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, USA. Crawford floored Spence in Round 2 and twice in Round 7, a two-fisted beatdown to wrest away the IBF, super WBA and WBC 147-pound titles to go along with his WBO belt.
Alexandro Santiago vs. Nonito Donaire
Alexandro Santiago won his first world title tonight, beating Nonito Donaire by unanimous decision to claim the previously vacant WBC bantamweight title.
Naoya Inoue vs. Stephen Fulton
Naoya Inoue cemented himself as the best pound-for-pound boxer in the world with a destructive performance: an eighth-round TKO of Stephen Fulton in Tokyo, Japan to claim the WBO and WBC junior featherweight titles.
Robeisy Ramirez vs. Satoshi Shimizu
The two-time Olympic Gold medalist Robeisy Ramirez retained his WBO featherweight title after a one-sided, fifth-round stoppage of Yokohama's Satoshi Shimizu in Tokyo, Japan.
Jaron Ennis vs. Roiman Villa
Jaron Ennis knocked out Roiman Villa at 1:27 of the 10th round of a scheduled 12-rounder to retain his interim IBF welterweight title in Atlantic City, USA.
Sivenathi Nontshinga vs. Regie Suganob
South Africa’s 24-year-old IBF light flyweight champion Sivenathi Nontshinga retained his world title with a twelve-round decision win over the previously undefeated, Philippines’ 25-year-old Regie Suganob.
Vincenzo Gualtieri vs. Esquiva Falcao
Vincenzo Gualtieri dropped Esquiva Falcao twice en route to a unanimous decision victory in the fight for the vacant IBF middleweight title at Unihalle in Gualtieri’s hometown of Wuppertal, Germany.