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Chudinov v Buglioni – Results from Wembley

Phil Jay 26/09/2015

Fedor Chudinov v Frank Buglioni: Wembley results

Fedor Chudinov retained his WBA Super middleweight title with a decisive 120-106, 118-108, 117-109 win over Frank Buglioni. The Russian was on top throughout the contest and kept Buglioni’s advances at bay with his rugged style.

Dereck Chisora looked a shell of his former self at just 31 as the ex-world title challenger laboured to a 99-91 points triumph over Brazilian also-ran Marcelo Luiz Nascimento.

A cracking left hook from Bobby Jenkinson in the eleventh round turned the tide of his Commonwealth super bantamweight title clash with Lewis Pettitt.

Jenkinson seemed to be a long way behind on the scorecards until unleashing a cracking shot late on and Pettitt never fully recovered.

Even a disturbance at ringside, when Pettitt was in dire trouble, failed to save the pre-fight favourite who was out on his feet and halted by referee Howard Foster.

Ryan Walsh finally became British featherweight champion after scoring a twelve round decision win over Samir Mouneimne. Two cards gave it to Walsh 117-111 and 116-112, which seemed an injustice to Mouneimne, who carded a victory himself with the third judge 113-114.

In a ten-rounder, Gary Corcoran remained undefeated by out-pointing Rick Skelton 97-94.

Jamie Kavanagh opened the televised portion of the event by defeating Reynaldo Mora on points over six rounds 60-54, whilst Romeo Romaeo just kept his unbeaten run going with a tight 77-76 points win over the stubborn Chris Adaway.