Moscow Ice Palace Results – Moscow, Russia was the scene of World Boxing’s latest seven fight card this past Saturday, December 3rd. Two world titles were on the line in the main events.
The IBF world title at 140 pounds will be going home with Namibia’s Julius Indongo, as the undefeated (20-0) fighter flattened the defending champion Eduard Troyanovsky in the first 40 seconds of the fight. The win ends Troyanovsky’s reign as champion after roughly 13 months and two successful title defenses. For Indongo, it was a stunningly successful first trip to fight abroad after winning several regional titles in Africa over a seven year pro career.
The main event saw IBF world cruiserweight champion Denis Lebedev facing the challenge of Murat Gassiev. The match pitted the 37-year-old decorated champion in Lebedev against the challenge of the 23-year-old undefeated Gassiev. The two men went the full twelve rounds and in the end, the judges had the fight for Gassiev via split decision (116-113,116-112 and 113-114).
Moscow Ice Palace Results
Both IBF world titles have changed hands in Moscow. The fight card featured seven fights in all, You can check the complete results and highlights here in this latest TBC report.
Saturday, December 3rd, 2016 – Ice Palace, Moscow, Russia
199 lbs 12 rds: Murat Gassiev def Denis Lebedev via SD (114-113,116-112 and 113-114).
140 LBS 12 RDS: Julius Indongo def Eduard Troyanovky by KO in RD 1 @ :40.
199 lbs 12 RDS: Maksim Vlasov def Rakhim Chakhkiev via TKO in RD 7 @:17.
199 lbs 12 RDS: Dmitry Kudryashov def Santander Silgado by KO in RD 1 @1:44.
199 lbs 6 RDS: Svetlana Kulakova def Prisca Vicot via UD (99091,100-91,99-91).
199 lbs 6 RDS: Alexey Egorov def Lukasz Rusiewicz via TKO in RD 2 @2:23.
Heavy 6 RDS: Andrey Afonin def Emilio Zarate via TKO in RD 2 @:28.
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Troyanovsky contemplating life, the universe and possibly even more than that.