Super featherweight contender Paul ‘Showtime’ Fleming 26-0 (17) came back to activity using an eight-round unanimous decision win more than world winner Panya Uthok 52-6 (3-5 ) of Thailand at the Emporium at Bankstown, Sydney on Friday night.
The 30-year-old southpaw revealed no signs of ring rust despite per year on the sidelines, pitching a digital shut out to win by scores of 80-72, 80-72 and 79-73 at the most important event of MJA Platinum’s promotion ‘Inception’.
“He knew that he was going in the future in demanding and put to a difficult show,” said Fleming. “” I believe I commanded the fight. I hurt my right hand in about the fifth or fourth after which I hurt my left hand at the sixth or seventh.
“Uthok came with his head and that I was rebounding shots off his forehead. Anybody who knows boxing knows that’s among the hardest sections of the body to reach so both my hands are all broken up. ”
The classy boxer-puncher knows that now is the time for him to capitalise on his boundless possibility.
“I don’t smoke or drink or do drugs. My era says 30 but that I feel as though I’m 2-2,” he explained.
“& I ’m looking forward to 20-19. Mike Altamura has got some big things planned and that I only can’t wait to return into the ring and then show that the world that which I’t got. ”
The Top Rank-promoted fighter is targeting a world title shot 2019 with WBO 130-pound winner Masayuki Ito 24-1-1 (1-2 ) of Japan firmly in his landscapes.
In his very first react after his brave stand against Carl Frampton at Belfast in August, Jackson had Rengkung on the deck at the round to claim the victory by scores of 79-72 on all three judges’ cards.
Despite injuring his perfect hand first in the fight Jackson floored Rengkung with a flurry of punches in the penultimate round and needed him out of his feet when the final bell rang to end the contest.
“Using only one hand it was hard. I didn’t want to throw the perfect hands and let him realize that it was sore,” said Jackson.
“I didn’t really let it move before sixth but when I did I fell him shortly then. ”
The gritty contest saw both men commerce in the trenches into the roar of their enthusiastic audience however it was the 27-year-old Cronulla potential who landed the cleaner shots to conduct away with the win by scores of 79-74 and 77-75 twice. ‘
“I knew he was a big puncher and I really could believe out of the opening bell that he was quite good,” said Brubaker. “He also needed a enormous overhand right and that was pretty embarrassing but we’ve got the win and we’re looking forward to bigger challenges in the new calendar year. ”
In different results talented prospect Youssef Dib 11-0 (5) took just two weeks to return the challenge of Ty Gilchrist 6-8-1 (2) at a welterweight bout scheduled for 3 weeks .
Entertaining junior-welterweight Dylan Emery 20-1 (13) ceased Spartan Bima Prakosa 1 5 (1 ) ) in the next stage of a four-rounder in his very first fight in more than a year.
The Australian-based Kiwi’s only loss would be to world-rated light weight Kye MacKenzie 20-2 (17) at an aggressive four-round brawl for the national crown a couple of years ago.
Former Australian title challenger Antonakos was having his first react after nearly a decade out of this ring.
In cruiserweight Ben Sila 4-0 (1) halted Stuart Stokes 0-8-2 in the next round of a four-round bout with all an corner throwing in the towel after a body shooter.
In a light heavyweight contest Humzah Khalid 3-0 (2) stopped Zac Cotton 0-2-1 in the second round of a four-round bout.
Super bantamweight Shwan Kader 2-1 was upset by Dedi Elite 1 1 (1) if he was his corner threw in the towel at the next stage of a four-rounder.
Paul ‘Showtime’ Fleming
Undefeated super featherweight contender Paul ‘Showtime’ Fleming 26-0 (17) is really a proud indigenous boxer originally from the cane-cutting town of Tully at Far North Queensland. The 2006 World Junior Championships bronze medallist turned professional in 2008 and moved into Sydney two years after to teach under acclaimed trainer Billy Hussein at the Bodypunch Boxing Gym. The classy southpaw is a smart boxer-puncher having a strong finishing instinct that’s seen 68% of the competitors fail to hear the final bell. Fleming is encouraged by leading American promotional business Top Rank where he was a stable mate of modern-day legends Manny Pacquiao and Miguel Cotto. He is handled by Dubai-based international management firm MTK world wide.
A late starter at the sport, Jackson didn’t pick up the gloves before he was 18 but displayed enough natural ability to come third at the Australian titles in his first year of competition, promising the federal crown at his next year. In August Jackson went to Belfast, Northern Ireland to challenge interim WBO featherweight champion Carl ‘The Jackal’ Frampton 26-1 (1-5 ) in Windsor Park, losing his first professional contest to the prior two-division world winner if his corner threw in the towel at the ninth. A smooth fighter maybe not afraid to mix it up on the within, Jackson is on the comeback trail after his lone livelihood loss. He is educated by Billy Hussein and handled by Mike Altamura.
‘Gelignite’ Jack Brubaker
A later newcomer at the sport, Brubaker has regularly had to rely on his uncommon toughness and tenacity to overcome his lack of ring adventure. It’s this crowdpleasing style that’s earnt him a legion of fans and found him assert that the OPBF and WBC Youth titles early in his career. In his last outing Brubaker turned the tables on experienced Englishman Tyrone Nurse, 35-3-2 during that moment, outboxing the boxer to generate a 12-round unanimous decision win. The 27-year-old out of Cronulla was unfortunate to be halted on cuts in six rounds by Toowoomba’s Kris George in their fight for the Commonwealth welterweight title this past year at a fight which Brubaker was contributing 50-46 on one of those judges’ scorecards. Under the guidance of Mike Altamura along with MTK world wide along side highly-qualified trainer Graham Shaw — who also guided Daniel Geale into the unified middleweight championship of the planet at Germany — Brubaker currently has the team around him with the skills and experience to take him directly into the exact top.
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