Tournament «in Sport Life II», Kyiv, 26 Feb 2012
Elite Boxing Promotion, one of three leading Ukrainian companies, staged an obscure event at the Sportlife Club in kiev, Ukraine, to provide their top fighters with a warm up before more compelling challenges.
In the main event, hard-hitting cruiserweight Dmytro Kucher improved to 15-0,
with 11 KOs, after his Czech opponent Lubos Suda (26-7-1, 18 KOs) refused to come out of his corner after the eighth round. Kucher was in total control of the fight from its very beginning. He threw much more punches than the Czech, who was fighting in survival mode throughout the entire fight. In the seventh, Suda suffered a bad cut on his nose, and in the eighth he was forced to take a knee after one of Kucher’s powerful combinations.
Victor Postol (17-0,
9 KOs), owner of the WBC’s International Silver belt at light welterweight limit, looked poised and determined opposite to his fellow compatriot Artiom Ayvazidi (10-3,
5 KOs), who was in rather bad shape. Ayvazidi tried hard for the first four rounds but then slowly succumbed to the power of Postol. He retired on his stool after the fifth round.
In a minor upset, hard-punching bat raw middleweight Marat Kulumbegov (4-0-1, 3 KOs) was limited to a draw with inexperienced Valentyn Zbrozhek (0-1-1) after six round. Scores were 58-56, 57-57
Also, veteran light middleweight Roman Dzhuman (26-10-1,
12 KOs) came back to the ring with the first-round TKO over Adelin Kasymya (0-1).
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