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SILLAKH WINS WBO ASIA-PACIFIC CRUISER TITLE IN SUZHOU

By Rene Bonsubre, Jr.
PhilBoxing.com
24 Dec 2016



SUZHOU, CHINA - Ismayl Sillakh overcame a tough and aggressive Andrei Kniazev in a tense battle and won by technical decision after nine rounds in the Suzhou Sports Center.

Sillakh, born in the Ukraine and residing in the U.S., tried to use his mobility and height advantage in the early rounds but Kniazev managed to cut the ring off and corner Sillakh and unloaded heavy punches. Both boxers invested in body punches early.

But it was Sillakh’s ability to shift from orthodox to southpaw and his boxing skills that made him build a lead past the halfway mark. Kniazev’s nose was also bloodied but his corner managed to keep the bleeding under control.

In the ninth a clash of heads inflicted a cut above Sillakh’s right eyebrow. The action was allowed to continue but the bleeding got worse obscuring his vision which led to the stoppage of the bout.

Sillakh was ahead on the three judges’ cards in the penultimate round - Surat Soikrachang – 88-83, Edward Ligas – 87-84, Mekin Sumon – 86-85.

Sillakh was awarded the WBO Asia Pacific cruiserweight title by WBO VP for Asia Pacific Leon Panoncillo and WBO Executive Board member Danny Leigh.

Southpaw Jiang Gao landed his right hook effectively against Wang Jain to seize the vacant WBO Asia Pacific Youth super bantamweight title by unanimous decision after eight rounds. The scorecards read – Surat Soikrachang and Edward Ligas – 78-74 and Sawaeng Thaweekoon – 77-75.

Ge Wenfeng beat Thai Petchae Petchyindee (Surawit Bamrungrai) by TKO in the second round to win the WBO China national bantamweight title. A series of head shots deposited Petchae to the canvas and he had trouble regaining his bearings when he tried to get up prompting Referee Surat Soikrachang to call a halt at the 1:38 mark.

For the undercards- Zhang Qixin stopped a fading Wang Jie in the fifth round with body punches. Wang dropped to one knee and referee Han Hongxiang reached the ten count at 0:46.

For the opening bout of the night featuring female boxers, Zhao Yuanyuan won by unanimous verdict against Shi Yujie.

The fights were held at the Suzhou Sports Center and officiated by the Professional Boxing Commission, International.

Photo - Ismayl Sillakh inside the dressing room after the fight.



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