Hungarian cruiserweight Imre Szello (13-0) knocked out Hamza Wandera with a right hook to the head in the fourth of a scheduled non-title ten rounder in the headliner of Felix-Promotion´s show last night (May 21) in Cegled. Wandera (19-10-3) was born in Uganda but fights since 2014 out of Slovakia.
Felix Rácz/Felix Promotion will promote their next event on May 21st in Cegled, Hungary, where local hero and former Hungarian cruiser champ Imre Szello (12-0) will take on Uganda-born Hamza Wandera (19-9-3).
Hungarian cruiserweight Imre Szello (now 12-0) outscored Brazilian Carlos Ailton Nascimento (12-3) over ten in the headliner of Felix-Promotion´s show at the Millenaris Theatre in Budapest. At the end all three judges scored this non-title fight 100-90 for Szello.
Hungarian cruiserweight prospect Imre Szello (now 11-0) knocked out Argentian Walter David Cobral (21-15) in the second of a scheduled ten-rounder that topped Felix-Promotion´s show tonight in Salgotarjan.
Junior featherweight titleholder Nonito Donaire, scheduled to make his first defense in Manila in his native Philippines on April 23, likely will face Zsolt Bedak, Donaire’s manager Cameron Dunkin and promoter Top Rank told ESPN.com on Tuesday.READ MORE
Felix Promotion International has renewed its TV contract with Hungarian National TV (MTVA) and will stage its first event of the year on February 20th in Salgotarjan, Hungary.
Cameron Dunkin, the manager of former five division world champion Nonito “The Filipino Flash” Donaire says no agreement has been finalized as yet with the manager of No. 4 ranked Zsolt Bedak for a planned title fight in April.
The manager of former five division world champion Nonito “The Filipino Flash” Donaire, Cameron Dunkin, informed us that there’s nothing definite on who the boxer’s opponent will be for his April 23 WBO super bantamweight title defense.
Evgeny Gradovich has reportedly pulled out of his scheduled April 23 title fight against Nonito “The Filipino Flash” Donaire, citing an upcoming ten round bout on January 9 against Jesus Galicia in Valencia, Spain and his desire to first test the waters at 122 pounds after dropping down from the featherweight division.
Hungarian cruiserweight champion Imre Szello improved his record to 10-0, 6 KOs with a third round knockout against Tanzanian Said Mbelwa (33-18-4, 22 KOs) in a bloody affair on Saturday night at the City Sporthall in Dunaujvaros, Hungary. Szello was cut early in the second round.