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2017-12-06
TTR RANKED FIGHTERS IN ACTION- December 1 & 2- Diaz, Mikhalkin, Soro, Vargas, and Acosta Win; Cotto Retires after Loss To Ali
Pictured: Former Six-time World Champion Miguel Cotto


During the two-day period of Friday, December 1 and Saturday, December 2, seven boxers ranked by the participating members as being among the best currently fighting in their respective divisions were in action. Six, Iran Diaz, Igor Mikhalkin, Michel Soro, Sadam Ali, Rey Vargas, and Angel Acosta, won while, Miguel Cotto, lost in his farewell contest.

Friday, December 1, 2017-

Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico-

Non-title Super Bantamweight Bout-
WBC Interim Latino super flyweight champion Iran Diaz (TTR #11, WBO #14, WBC #17- all at 115; WBA #5 at 112; 14-2-2, 6 KOs)
TKO-6 1:06
Edgar Alfredo Martinez (18-18-1, 10 KOs)
- Diaz, coming off back-to-back wins over Hernan Marquez and Luis Concepcion, stayed active in this scheduled eight-rounder.

Saturday, December 2, 2017-

Le Cannet, Alpes-Maritime, France-

IBO World Light Heavyweight Title-
Champion Igor Mikhalkin (WBC #6, IBF #7, TTR #10, Transnational #10; 21-1, 9 KOs)
Unan. Dec. 12
Doudou Ngumbu (WBC #18; 37-8, 14 KOs)
- Ngumbu, ranked #21 by the IBO, holds the WBC Francophone title. It was not on the line.
- The scores were 117-111, 116-112, and 116-112.
- Mikhalkin is now 3-0 versus Ngumbu.

Super Welterweight Bout-
Michel Soro (WBA #3, TTR #7, The Ring #8, Transnational #9; 31-2-1, 21 KOs)
KO-3
Ivan Montero (20-3, 8 KOs)

New York, New York, USA-

WBO World Junior Middleweight Title-
Sadam Ali (WBO #7 at 154; TTR #11 at 147; 26-1, 14 KOs)
Unan. Dec. 12
Champion Miguel Cotto (The Ring #3, TTR #4, Transnational #6; 41-6, 33 KOs)
- The scores were 115-113, 116-112, and 115-113.
- Cotto had announced prior to the bout that it was to be his last.

WBC World Super Bantamweight Title-
Champion Rey Vargas (TTR #2, Transnational #2, The Ring #3; 31-0, 22 KOs)
Unan. Dec. 12
Oscar Negrete (The Ring #9 at 118; WBC #10 at 122; 17-1, 7 KOs)
- The scores were 120-108, 119-109, and 119-109.

Vacant WBO World Junior Flyweight Title-
Angel Acosta (WBO #6, TTR #12; 17-1, 17 KOs)
KO-10 1:33
Juan "Pinky" Alejo (WBO #4, IBF #11, WBC #16; 24-5-1, 14 KOs as per BoxRec; 25-5-1, 15 KOs as per FightNews)
- The bout was originally slated to be fought for the vacant WBO Interim World junior flyweight title but on November 30, Kosei Tanaka voluntarily relinquished the WBO World title to campaign as a flyweight.
- Acosta ended matters with a crunching left hook. Alejo attempted to rise but was unable to beat referee Benjy Estevez' ten-count.
 
Article By: Ken Pollitt