Difference between revisions of "Ruslan Provodnikov vs. Emanuel Augustus"

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*'''Time:''' 1:50
 
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*'''Aired on:''' ''[[ESPN Friday Night Fights]]''
 
*'''Aired on:''' ''[[ESPN Friday Night Fights]]''
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*Fight was initially stated to be for the [[NABA]] and [[WBO]] Inter-Continental Light Welterweight titles, but the sanction was removed upon the change in opponents and the fighters coming in at over the 140 lbs weight limit.  
 
*Fight was initially stated to be for the [[NABA]] and [[WBO]] Inter-Continental Light Welterweight titles, but the sanction was removed upon the change in opponents and the fighters coming in at over the 140 lbs weight limit.  
 
*NABA title had been stripped from [[Ionut Dan Ion]] when he agreed to participate in a [[WBC]] Welterweight interim title fight.
 
*NABA title had been stripped from [[Ionut Dan Ion]] when he agreed to participate in a [[WBC]] Welterweight interim title fight.

Latest revision as of 15:58, 30 December 2012

2010-05-21 : Ruslan Provodnikov 141½ lbs beat Emanuel Augustus 143¾ lbs by TKO at 1:50 in round 9 of 10

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  • Fight was initially stated to be for the NABA and WBO Inter-Continental Light Welterweight titles, but the sanction was removed upon the change in opponents and the fighters coming in at over the 140 lbs weight limit.
  • NABA title had been stripped from Ionut Dan Ion when he agreed to participate in a WBC Welterweight interim title fight.
  • Augustus was a late replacement for Frankie Figueroa, who withdrew as a result of a rib injury, and took the fight on four days notice.
  • First four rounds close, next five won by Provodnikov with consistent left jabs to head and body.
  • Augustus tried to counter left over the Provodnikov right for eight rounds while moving left to right along the ropes, not offering a stationary target.
  • Augustus down in round 5 from an overhand right, appeared in serious trouble for rest of the round.
  • Provodnikov sends Augustus to the canvas twice more in round 9 before the referee decides to call a halt to the fight. Augustus appeared tired and had stopped moving, becoming a target.