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2017-09-05
Durodola, Margarito, Vazquez, Nakatani, and Konishi Post Weekend Wins
Pictured: "El Tornado de Tijuana" Antonio Margarito


During the two-day period of Saturday, September 2 and Sunday, September 4, five bouts featuring fighters not currently ranked by TTR which may impact TTR's rankings took place. Those bouts were won by Olanrewaju Durodola, former three-time world champion Antonio Margarito, former IBF world lightweight champion Miguel Vazquez, Masayoshi Nakatani, and Reiya Konishi.

Saturday, September 2, 2017-

Accra, Ghana-

Cruiserweight Bout-
Olanrewaju Durodola (WBC #8; 27-4, 25 KOs)
TKO-5
Manroy Sadiki (14-1-1, 6 KOs)

Chihuahua, Chihuahua, Mexico-

Super Welterweight Bout-
Antonio Margarito (41-8, 1 NC, 27 KOs)
Unan. Tech. Dec. 7
Carson Jones (WBC #16 at 147; 40-12-3, 2 NDs, 30 KOs)
- Jones was penalized one point for leading with his head.
- Margarito was cut by an accidental headbutt.
- The scores were 68-64, 67-65, and 67-65.

Tlaquepaque, Jalisco, Mexico-

Vacant WBC Latino Silver Super Welterweight Title-
Miguel Vazquez (WBC #27 at 140; 39-5, 15 KOs)
KO-4 2:09
Daniel Ruiz (Jose Daniel Ruiz; 34-11-2, 24 KOs)

Sunday, September 3, 2017-

Kyoto, Kyoto, Japan-

OPBF Lightweight Title-
Champion Masayoshi Nakatani (WBC #6, IBF #7, WBA #11; 15-0, 9 KOs)
TKO-4 1:24
Ryan Sermona (20-9-1, 13 KOs)
- Sermona came into the bout as the OPBF's #1 contender for the title held by Nakatani.

Japanese Minimumweight Title-
Champion Reiya Konishi (WBC #6, WBO #7, IBF #9, WBA #11; 14-0, 5 KOs)
Maj. Dec. 10
Shin Ono (WBC #39; 20-8-3, 4 KOs)
- Former two-time world title challenger Ono came into the bout as the JBC's #1 contender for the title held by Konishi.
- The scores were 97-92, 94-94, and 97-91.
 
Article By: Ken Pollitt