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2018-09-25
Taconing, Culcay, Szeremata, Okolie, Arslan, and Kyoguchi Post Meaningful Wins
Pictured: Hiroto Kyoguchi


During the four-day period of Saturday, September 22 through Tuesday, September 25, six bouts featuring fighters not currently ranked by TTR which may impact TTR's rankings in the near future took place. The bouts were won by Jonathan Inguito Taconing, Golden Jack Culcay, Kamil Szeremata, Lawrence Okolie, Firat Arslan, and Hiroto Kyoguchi respectively.


Saturday, September 22, 2018-

Paranaque City, Metro Manila, Philippines-

WBC International Light Flyweight Title-
Champion Jonathan Inguito Taconing (WBC #1, WBO #2, WBA #3, IBF #11; 28-3-1, 22 KOs)
Unan. Dec. 12
Vince Paras (WBC #21 at 105; 13-2, 12 KOs)

Potsdam, Brandenburg, Germany-

Vacant IBF International Middleweight Title/IBF Eliminator for the #2 Spot in the Middleweight Ratings-
Golden Jack Culcay (WBO #4, WBC #7, IBF #10; 25-3, 13 KOs)

TKO-10
Rafael Bejaran (IBF #6; 25-3-1, 11 KOs)

Lomza, Poland-

EBU European Middleweight Title-
Champion Kamil Szeremata (WBC #5, IBF #5, WBA #6; 18-0, 4 KOs)
KO-10 2:58
Ruben Diaz (WBC #17; 25-2-2, 16 KOs)

Wembley, London, England-

BBBofC British Cruiserweight Title-
Lawrence Okolie (WBA #15, WBC #29; 10-0, 7 KOs)
Unan. Dec. 12
Champion Matty Askin (WBO #12, WBC #15; 23-4-1, 15 KOs)
- Okolie's WBA Inter-Continental and Commonwealth titles were not on the line.
- Despite being penalized three points for various fouls over the course of the bout, Okolie went on to win by the scores of 116-110, 114-112, and 114-113.

Istanbul, Turkey-

Global Boxing Union World Cruiserweight Title-
Champion Firat Arslan (WBO #3, IBF #14; 44-8-2, 29 KOs)
KO-2
Pascal Ndomba (23-9-2, 21 KOs)
- Arslan's WBO Inter-Continental title was not on the line.

Tuesday, September 25, 2018-

Tokyo, Japan-

Light Flyweight Bout-
Hiroto Kyoguchi (WBC #2, WBA #2, IBF #5- all at 108; Transnational #3, The Ring #3- both at 105; 11-0, 8 KOs)
TKO-4 2:20
Tibo Monabesa (WBA #6, WBO #9, WBC #11; 18-1-2, 8 KOs)
 
Article By: Ken Pollitt