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2017-10-17
TTR RANKED FIGHTERS IN ACTION- October 12 through October 15- Groves, Hurd, Charlo, Lara, Mares, and Santa Cruz Among Winners
Pictured: Knockout Winner Jermell Charlo

During the four-day period of Thursday, October 12 through Sunday, October 15, thirteen boxers ranked by the participating members of TTR as being among the best currently fighting in their respective divisions were in action. Twelve, Yvan Mendy, Karim Guerfi, George Groves, Tony Harrison, Jarrett Hurd, Jermell Charlo, Erislandy Lara, Abner Mares, Leo Santa Cruz, Felix Alvarado, Byron Rojas, and Jonathan Inguito Taconing, won their bouts while one, Erickson Lubin, suffered a brutal knockoout loss.

Thursday, October 12, 2017-

Perols, Herault, France-

Non-title Lightweight Bout-
WBC Silver champion Yvan Mendy (WBC #3, TTR #11; 39-4-1, 1 NC, 18 KOs)
Unan. Dec. 10
Florian Montels (10-2-2, 0 KOs)
- Montels was a late substitute. Mendy was originally scheduled to fight Joseph Laryea (24-9, 18 KOs).
- Mendy won by three 100-90 scores.

EBU European Bantamweight Title-
Champion Karim Guerfi (WBC #6, TTR #10, IBF #11; 26-3, 1 ND, 8 KOs)
TKO-8
Stephane Jamoye (32-8, 17 KOs)

Saturday, October 14, 2017-

Wembley, London, England-

WBA World Super Middleweight Super Championship/WBSS Super Middleweight Tournament Quarter-final-
Super Champion George Groves (TTR #3, Transnational #3, The Ring #3; 26-3, 19 KOs)
KO-4 1:42
Jamie Cox (WBA #9; 24-1, 13 KOs)

Brooklyn, New York, USA-

Middleweight Bout-
Tony Harrison (IBF #10, WBC #12, TTR #13- all at 154; 25-2, 20 KOs)
Unan. Dec. 8
Paul Valenzuela, Jr. (20-6, 14 KOs)
- Harrison weighed in at 156; Valenzuela at 155 3/4.
- The scores were 80-71, 78-73, and 78-73.

IBF World Junior Middleweight Title-
Champion Jarrett Hurd (Transnational #4, TTR #5, The Ring #6; 21-0, 15 KOs)
TKO-10 3:00
Austin Trout (The Ring #5, IBF #11; 30-4, 17 KOs)
- Hurd was leading 96-94, 97-93, and 96-94 after 10 rounds.
- The ringside physician advised that the bout be stopped after the 10th round.

WBC World Super Welterweight Title-
Champion Jermell Charlo (TTR #2, Transnational #2, The Ring #2; 30-0, 15 KOs)
KO-1 2:41
Erickson Lubin (WBC #1, The Ring #8, TTR #9; 18-1, 13 KOs)
- A Charlo right sent Lubin crashing to the canvas. Referee Harvey Dock waived the count .

WBA World Super Welterweight Super Championship/IBO World Super Welterweight Title-
Super Champion/Champion Erislandy Lara (TTR #1, The Ring #1, Transnational #3; 25-2-2, 14 KOs)
Unan. Dec. 12
Terrell Gausha (WBA #6; 20-1, 9 KOs/25-3, 9 KOs including WSB bouts)
- Lara decked Gausha in round 4 and went on to win by the scores of 116-111, 117-110, and 117-110.

Carson, California, USA-

WBA World Featherweight Title-
Champion Abner Mares (TTR #4, Transnational #5, The Ring #5; 31-2-1, 15 KOs)
Unan. Tech. Dec. 10
Andres Gutierrez (WBA #12; 35-2-1, 25 KOs)
- Gutierrez was cut by a legal punch in round 2. The cut was worsened by accidental fouls in round 8. The severity of the cut caused the contest to finally be stopped in round 10.
- Mares won by the scores of 100-90, 99-91, and 99-91.

WBA World Featherweight Super Championship-
Super Champion Leo Santa Cruz (TTR #1, Transnational #1, The Ring #1; Transnational #6 P4P; 34-1-1, 19 KOs)
KO-8 1:34
Chris Avalos (WBA #11; 27-6, 20 KOs)
- Avalos was stopped while standing. Santa Cruz was awarded a KO victory as per California State Athletic Commission rules.

Managua, Nicaragua-

IBF Eliminator for the #1 Spot in the Junior Flyweight Ratings-
Felix Alvarado (WBO #3, WBC #4, IBF #4, TTR #8, Transnational #9; 30-2, 26 KOs)
KO-3 2:17
Fahlan Sakkreerin, Jr. (birth name: Teeraphong Utaida; IBF #5, WBO #10, WBC #19; 32-6-1, 17 KOs)

Minimumweight Bout-
Byron Rojas (WBA #1, WBC #2, TTR #3, Transnational #3, The Ring #3, IBF #5, WBO #7; 22-3-3, 1 NC, 10 KOs)
TKO-3 0:10
Eddy Castro (15-15-2, 5 NCs, 11 KOs)

Sunday, October 15, 2017-

Paranaque City, Metro Manila, Philippines-

WBC International Flyweight Title-
Champion Jonathan Inguito Taconing (WBO #2, WBC #3, WBA #7, TTR #11, IBF #14; 25-3-1, 21 KOs)
KO-2 2:46
Arnold Garde (8-5-3, 3 KOs)
- Garde's World Boxing Federation Asia Pacific title was not on the line.

 
Article By: Ken Pollitt