From Dan Ambrose: Heavyweight Competition Kubrat Pulev (27-1, 14 KOs) had to dig deep into defeat Bogdan Dinu (18-2, 14 KOs) with a seventh round knockout on Saturday night at a scheduled 10 round fight on ESPN at The Hangar, at Costa Mesa, California. Pulev, 37, suffered a bad cut on his left eye at the next round.
In the seventh round, a disparately appearing Pulev came on strong to knock-down Dinu, 3 2, three times before the referee Raul Caiz Sr. halted the struggle. The official period of the stoppage was 2:40 of round 7. The round was crazy. Pulev dropped the 6’5″ Dinu, but then hit on him while he was down. It looked like Dinu was too hurt to restart fighting. But after being told that the struggle will go to the scorecards, Dinu got back to his feet and resumed fighting. It’s unclear whether Dinu would have stayed down if there is an opportunity that Pulev wouldbe disqualified.After the struggle declared, Pulev knocked Dinu down before before the struggle was finally stopped by referee Raul Caiz Jr.. At the time of the stoppage, the scores 5856 Pulev, 57-57 and 57-57. Boxing News 24 had Pulev ahead 5856 during that time of the stoppage.
This really was a close call for its 6’4 1/2″ former heavy weight world title challenger Pulev, that recently signed a co-promotional handle Top Rank Boxing. Pulev may be your WBO required for WBO heavyweight winner Anthony Joshua. ‘d Pulev been disqualified for hitting Dinu while he was down at the 3rd, it’d triggered him losing his valuable location that was necessary. Top Rank wouldn’t even likely be too pleased about this, as Pulev is going to earn a great deal of money to your promotional company once the time comes for him t challenge Joshua for his IBF/WBA/WBO heavyweight titles.
Former WBO super bantamweight winner Jessie Magdaleno (26-1, 18 KOs) defeated former WBA 122 pound winner Rico Ramos (30-6, 14 KOs) with way of a 10 round unanimous decision from the chief support on the card. Magdaleno gave a great effort to try out a KO Ramos in the beginning, but it was no use. At the 2nd half of the struggle, Magdaleno 27. Gassed out a little, also wasn’t as strong because he had been at the first five rounds. Boxing News 2 4 scored it 98-92 for Magdaleno.
The victory for Magdaleno gets him back into his winning ways once he lost his previous struggle to Isaac Dogboe last April. Magdaleno had been inactive ever since.
Middleweight potential David Kaminsky (4-0, 2 KOs) stayed unbeaten with a onesided four round unanimous decision win over Estevan Payan (1-7-1, inch KOs). The scores were 40-36, 40-36 and 40-36. Kaminsky dominated the struggle from begin to finish.
Unbeaten light welterweight competition Maxim Dadashev (13-0, 11 KOs) defeated journeyman Ricky Sismidio (35-13-3, 17 KOs( with way of a 4th round knockout. Surprisingly, Sismidio dropped the highly hyped and ranked Dadashev from the next round using a left into your head. In the four round, Dadashev knocked Sismidio right down with a big right hands to the head. The referee then stopped the contest. The official period of the stoppage was 2:50 of round four.
Heavy weight potential Tervel Pulev (13-0, 11 KOs) defeated journeyman Mitch Williams (16-8-3, 11 KOs) with way of a six round unanimous choice. The scores were 59-54, 58-55, also 57-56. Tervel is the younger brother of heavyweight Kubrat Pulev, that battled at the main event on the card.
Pulev was docked a point in the fourth round after hitting Williams double on the break.
Light welterweight Javier Molina (19-2, 8 KOs) defeated Abdiel Ramirez (24-4-1, 22 KOs) with a eight round selection. The scores have been 79-73 78-74, also 78-74
Welterweight Chris Van Heerden conquered journeyman Mahonry Montes (35-8-1, 24 KOs) with way of a sixth round tecnical choice. Van Heerden suffered a reduction out of the clash of heads from the sixth, which resulted in the struggle going into the scorecards. The scores were 60-54, 60-54 and 60-54.
Erick De Leon vs. Jose Luis Gallegos — RESULTS
Super featherweight contender Erick De Leon (19-0-1, 11 KOs) be at Jose Luis Gallegos (16-6, 12 KOs) with way of a seventh round knock out. At the seventh, the referee had to stop the struggle when De Leon was teeing off to some defenseless Gallegos. Enough time of the stoppage was 1:55 of round seven.