Hungarian super middleweight Mate Kis, 13-0-2, won the vacant WBO Intercontinental title last in Arad, Romania, with wide points win over a very brave Timo Laine, 23-11, from Finland in the headliner of a Felix-Promotion show televised by M4Sport Hungary.
In the chief support welterweight Flavius Biea, 16-1, stopped Yeison Gonzales in the fifth and cruiserweight Alexandru Jur, 18-2, had a tough fight against Giorgi Tevdorashvili but on won on points after eight rounds.
On the undercard middleweight Renato Egedi, 14-1-2, won a unanimous decision over Beka Murjikneli, 5-6.
48-year old former WBA Firat Arslan, 44-8-3, retained the WBO Intercontinental title at cruiserweight with majority decision draw against Sefer Seferi, 23-3, in Goeppingen.
After twelve hardfought rounds it was scored 115-113 Arslan and 114-114 twice. This was Seferi´s first fight since losing to Tyson Fury.
On the undercard super lightweight Yavuz Erturk, 27-1, knocked out Gabriel Angel Ledesma, 12-3, in the third.
Italian Luca Rigoldi, won the vacant EBU super bantamweight title with a unanimous decision over French veteran Jeremy Parodi in Hyeres, France. Rigoldi won on scores of 119-110, 117-111 and 116-113. Rigoldi made a good start and was well ahead after six while Parodi did better in the final six rounds.