By Ken Hissner: Sultan Zaurbek and Tursynbay Kulakhmet Win in Kazakhstan! On the Baluan Sholak Sports activities Palace in Almaty, Kazakhstan, Saturday over ESPN+ MTK World Kazakhstan – Askar Salikbayev, featured within the Important Occasion Sultan Zaurbek of KAZ defeating Ronnie Clark of Scotland for the vacant WBO European Tremendous Featherweight title. Within the co-feature, Tursynbay Kulakhmet of KAZ stopped Aleksei “Rocky” Evchenko of Russia within the tenth and closing spherical.
Within the Important Occasion, southpaw Sultan Zaurbek, 11-0 (7), #129 ¾, of Shymkent, KAZ, defeated southpaw Ronnie “The Shark” Clark, 21-5-2 (10), #128 ¾, of Dundee, Scotland, UK, over 10 rounds, for the vacant WBO Euro Tremendous Feather title.
Within the third spherical, Zaurbek had Clark bleeding from the mouth. Within the seventh spherical, Clark’s left eye was close to closing. Within the tenth and closing spherical’s closing minute, Zaurbek damage Clark with a physique shot and stored hitting him to the physique till the ultimate seconds having the gutsy Clark out on his ft.
Scores had been 100-90, 99-91, and 100-90, as did this author have it.
Within the co-feature Tremendous Welter southpaw Tursynbay Kulakhmet, 4-0 (3), #153 ½, of Kyzylorda, KAZ, stopped southpaw Aleksei “Rocky” Evchenko, 19-15-2 (8), #153, of Chelyabinsk, RUS, at 1:57 of the tenth and closing spherical.
Within the tenth and closing spherical southpaw, Kulakhmet landed a lead left adopted by a proper hook on the chin, dropping Evchenko for an 8-count from referee Baurzahn Iskakov. Kulakhmet jumped throughout Evchenko earlier than the referee lastly stopped the brutal beating. Kulakhmet received each spherical till the stoppage.
Welter Talgat Shayken, 5-0 (3), #146 ½, of Koksetau, KAZ, stopped Alexander Sharonov, 12-6-2 (6), #145 ¾, of Balashikha, RUS, at 1:53 of the seventh spherical of a scheduled 8 rounds.
Within the second spherical, Shayken bloodied the nostril of Sharonov. Within the fourth spherical, Sharonov was pushed to the canvas and received up mad, lastly displaying some offense to take the spherical. Shayken was warned about continued pushing. Within the seventh spherical, Shayken damage Sharonov, presumably breaking his jaw. The nook stopped it when the referee ought to have.
Light-weight southpaw Nurtas Azhbenov, 11-1 (4), #134 ¾, of Kandyagash, KAZ, was knocked out by Isa Chaniev, 15-3 (7), #134 ¼, of Nazran, RUS, at 0:45 of the third spherical of a scheduled 10 rounds.
Within the first spherical, with seconds to go, a counter left from Azhbenov on the chin dropped Chaniev. Referee Paul Tuzinde gave me a “lengthy rely” of 12 seconds till the bell rang.
Within the third spherical, a counter proper from Chaniev on the chin and down went Azhbenov and out because the referee waved it off with out a rely.
Flyweight Kanagat Manatuly, 6-1 (4), #111 ½, of Aktobe, KAZ, defeated Bekzhan Abubakir, 2-3 (1), #111 ¼, of Karaganda, KAZ, over 10 rounds.
Scores had been 96-94, 98-92, and 97-93.
Heavyweight 6’09” Ivan Dychko, 10-0 (10), #236 ¼, of KAZ and Kissimmee, FL, impressed knocked out Denis “Darh Vader” Bakhtov, 39-19 (26), #237 ½, of KAZ and St. Petersburg, RUS, at 1:00 of the primary spherical of a scheduled 8.
Within the first spherical, Dychko landed a robust proper off a jab on the chin of Bakhtov, and down he went for the rely. The 41-year-old Bakhtov ought to contemplate retirement.
Tremendous Center southpaw Dauren Yeleussinov, 9-1-1 (8), #167 ¾, of KAZ and Brooklyn, NY, stopped southpaw Arman Rysbek, 7-2 (6), #167 ½, of KAZ and Kissimmee, FL, after 5 rounds of a scheduled 8 rounds.
After splitting the primary 4 rounds, Yeleussinov used an efficient jab whereas Rysbek was going with energy punches. Within the fifth spherical, on the midway level, Yeleussinov landed a proper uppercut rocking Rysbek, whose left eye was swelling shut. In between rounds, the Rysbek nook stopped the combat.