Title Bouts Archive - March 2016
2016-03-03
Wanheng Menayothin vs. Go Odaira
Wanheng Menayothin made the fifth successful defense of his strawweight title, stopping Japan's Go Odaira in five rounds in Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand.
2016-03-04
Ganigan Lopez vs. Yu Kimura
Ganigan Lopez captured WBC light flyweight title in fight against Yu Kimura in Kyoto, Japan.
2016-03-04
Shinsuke Yamanaka vs. Liborio Solis
WBC bantamweight champion Shinsuke Yamanaka made the 10th defense of his crown over former junior bantamweight titlist Liborio Solis at the Shimazu Arena in Kyoto, Japan.
2016-03-05
Oscar Escandon vs. Robinson Castellanos
Colombia's Oscar Escandon stopped Robinson Castellanos in the 7th rounds to take interim WBC featherweight title in Washington DC, USA.
2016-03-05
Jessie Vargas vs. Sadam Ali
Jessie Vargas captured the vacant WBO welterweight world championship with a 9th round stoppage of previously unbeaten 2008 Olympian Sadam Ali in Washington DC, USA.
2016-03-05
Lucas Browne vs. Ruslan Chagaev
Lucas Browne became Australia's first world heavyweight boxing champion, surprisingly beating WBA regular champion Ruslan Chagaev by technical knockout in 10th round.
2016-03-12
Juergen Braehmer vs. Eduard Gutknecht
Juergen Braehmer defeated fellow German Eduard Gutknecht by unanimous decision for the second time to retain his WBA light heavyweight title in Neubrandenburg, Germany.
2016-03-12
Miguel Berchelt vs. George Jupp
Miguel Berchelt blasted out George Jupp by a 6th round knockout to win the interim WBO super featherweight title at the Polyforum Zamná in Mérida, Mexico.
2016-03-12
Terry Flanagan vs. Derry Mathews
Terry Flanagan retained his WBO lightweight title with a unanimous points win against Derry Mathews in Liverpool, United Kingdom.
2016-03-19
Byron Rojas vs. Hekkie Budler
Unheralded Nicaraguan strawweight Byron Rojas pulled off a major upset, defeating Hekkie Budler by unanimous decision to win the WBA 105-pound title in Kempton Park, South Africa.
2016-03-26
Kell Brook vs. Kevin Bizier
Kell Brook kept his IBF welterweight title and remained unbeaten by stopping Canadian challenger Kevin Bizier in the second round in Sheffield, United Kingdom.