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Old 10-22-2007, 10:42 AM   #1
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in Kisahalli, Helsinki, Finland - quality card today:

4 rounds, Light Welter: Edis Tatli, FIN vs. Mohamed Ali Cherif, FRA (debuts)
6 rounds, Light Welter: Ville Piispanen (8-0-1), FIN vs. Vladimir Borov, BUL
6 rounds, Welter: Juho Tolppola (20-3-0), FIN vs. Aleksandr Saltykov, RUS
6 rounds, Heavy: Awadh Tamim (10-1-0), TNZ vs. Oleg Platov (25-1-0), BEL/UKR
8 rounds, Light Welter: Dennis Shafikov (11-0-0),RUS vs. Nizar Boubaker, FRA
10 rounds, Middle: Amin Asikainen, FIN (22-1-0) vs. Christophe Karagoz, FRA

Piispanen is close to european lists. Tolppola is euro-ranked and will probably fight for EU and WBC International titles before the year is out. Platov is world-ranked heavyweight from Sauerland. Shafikov is great prospect, should fight for european title in a year or two. Asikainen is world-ranked former european champion, who aims towards world titles and before that wants to resume his european reign.
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Old 10-22-2007, 11:52 AM   #2
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in Kisahalli, Helsinki, Finland - quality card today:

4 rounds, Light Welter: Edis Tatli, FIN vs. Mohamed Ali Cherif, FRA (debuts)
6 rounds, Light Welter: Ville Piispanen (8-0-1), FIN vs. Vladimir Borov, BUL
6 rounds, Welter: Juho Tolppola (20-3-0), FIN vs. Aleksandr Saltykov, RUS
6 rounds, Heavy: Awadh Tamim (10-1-0), TNZ vs. Oleg Platov (25-1-0), BEL/UKR
8 rounds, Light Welter: Dennis Shafikov (11-0-0),RUS vs. Nizar Boubaker, FRA
10 rounds, Middle: Amin Asikainen, FIN (22-1-0) vs. Christophe Karagoz, FRA

Piispanen is close to european lists. Tolppola is euro-ranked and will probably fight for EU and WBC International titles before the year is out. Platov is world-ranked heavyweight from Sauerland. Shafikov is great prospect, should fight for european title in a year or two. Asikainen is world-ranked former european champion, who aims towards world titles and before that wants to resume his european reign.
Platov on the undercard,eh?


Interesting fight card! You are right,vhb!
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Old 10-22-2007, 01:17 PM   #3
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Platov fight cancelled due to health problems. (not known whose)

Tatli W UD 4
Piispanen W UD 6
Tolppola NC 4 - Head clash in 4th round, big cuts, couldnīt go to the cards... crap. No win for Tolppola...
Shafikov W TKO 2 - He is really good...last time he defeated a sound guy with wide UD and now his opponent was lighter, and he really showed it.
Asikainen W UD 10 - Asikainen was fighting defensively and controlled the fight how he wanted. Karagoz just tried to finish the fight and kept his hands up. Karagoz was down in the 5th. OK Win for Idi.

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Old 10-23-2007, 03:06 AM   #4
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Platov fight cancelled due to health problems. (not known whose)

Tatli W UD 4
Piispanen W UD 6
Tolppola NC 4 - Head clash in 4th round, big cuts, couldn´t go to the cards... crap. No win for Tolppola...
Shafikov W TKO 2 - He is really good...last time he defeated a sound guy with wide UD and now his opponent was lighter, and he really showed it.
Asikainen W UD 10 - Asikainen was fighting defensively and controlled the fight how he wanted. Karagoz just tried to finish the fight and kept his hands up. Karagoz was down in the 5th. OK Win for Idi.
Platov's opponent failed to show up.

I think Saltykov and Tolppola were making it a really good fight! What a shame it had to end like this.

What comes to Asikainen to me it didn't look he fought that defensively. I think he was the one taking the initiative all the time. Especially in early rounds to me it looked he really took risks with some punch exchanges. He's in great shape and punched well but I think he kind of got carried away lots of times. Also I didn't like him taking so many kind of easy punches himself, he is simply taking punches too easily. In my opinion a good counter puncher would really have been a dangerous opponent for him last night. I kind of get the feeling that he lacks fights and once he gets into the ring he gets carried away instead of being smart in the ring! In my opinion he kind of too much repeaeted the mistakes that he blaimed himself after his second fight against Sylvester. Only this time the opponent couldn't connect as well as Sylvester did.

I wouldn't like to see him doing against Sylvester what he was doing last night.
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