WBO #12 Dunn smashes WBC #14 Berrocal
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By Ray Wheatley – World of Boxing & fightnew.com
WBO #12 Zac Dunn (17-0, 15 KOs) stopped WBC #14 Beibi Berrocal (14-3, 14 KOs) in round two of a scheduled twelve round WBO Oriental super middleweight title bout at the Royal Exhibition Building, Carlton, Victoria, Australia on Friday. Dunn and Berrocal were exchanging solid punches when the Colombian was visibly hurt and was in no condition to defend himself when the referee saved Berrocal from further punishment. Time 2:41. “Dunn will challenge for the IBO world title in 2015 and we will target WBO champion Arthur Abraham for the championship after he wins IBO title,” said promoter Barry Michael afterward. “Respected American boxing agent, Don Majeski is working with us to help Zac receive a world title opportunity.”
Australian light middleweight Ben Capps (11-2-2,3KOs) stopped 42 year old American, Fred Tukes (12-2-2,6KOs) in round seven of scheduled ten round IBO Oceania championship bout. The referee crowned Capps at 2.59 when Tukes was in trouble and could not defend himself.
New Zealand light heavyweight Robert Berridge (25-2-1, 21 KOs) stopped Togasilimai Letoa (15-16-1,8 KOs) in round five of a scheduled eight. The referee crowned Berridge at 1.18 after Letoa had visited the canvas.
Former super bantamweight amateur star Jason Maloney (3-0,3KOs) stopped Alvin Bais (14-5,3KOs) in round three of a six. Time 1.17.
Super middleweight Mitchell Middleton Clark ( 5-0,5KOs) stopped Paul Watson ( 3-4,2KOs) in round three of a six. Time 0.52. Watson was down twice.
Classy 118 pounder, Andrew Maloney (3-0,2 KOs) outscored debutant Nibeon Lottila (0-1) over four rounds Lottila was given recovery time after suffering a low blow in round two.
175 pounder Jayde Mitchell (2-0,1KO) outscored Aaron Lai (6-2,5KOs) over four rounds Lai deducted a point for infringement in round three.
Cruiserweight Zac Swettenham (1-0,1KO) stopped Nigel Elliot (0-1) in round three. Referee Tony Marretta crowned Swettenham at 1.24.
Promoter Barry Michael.