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FIGHT CARD

 

Docklands Fights 5th Oct 2008

BOX on the DOCKS III

Fights Results Below

BOX on the DOCKS III

Huge amount of upsetting decisions took place during another of the best boxing shows promoted by Victoria's elite promoters Brian Amatruda and Barry Michael.

The matchmaking was excellent but the results were very unexpected.

The results were as follows:

(by Damian Membrey)

4x3
Eric Anaba
61.70 v Sedat Tasci 61.40
Winner: S Tasci by majority points
Referee: Tony Marretta
Judges: Allan McColl (38:37 Tasci) : Gus Mercurio (38:37 Tasci) : Wayne Ashdown (38:37 Anaba)

4x3
Ben Costello
68.20 v Nick Themelakis 67.90 
Winner: B Costello majority points
Referee: Wayne Ashdown
Judges: Allan McColl (39:37) : Gus Mercurio (38:38) : Tony Marretta (40:36)

6x3
Tim Hunt
65.90 v Jordan Gee-Hoy 66.50
Winner: J Gee Hoy by majority points
Referee: Tony Marretta
Judges: Dave Hedgcock (57:56 Hunt) : Gus Mercurio (57:56 GeeHoy) : Wayne Ashdown (58:55 GeeHoy)

4x3
Kim Heta
98.10 v Hiriwa Te Rangi 114.30
Winner: K Heta by TKO 1:06 R3
Referee: Dave Hedgcock
Judges: Allan McColl : Tony Marretta : Wayne Ashdown

10x3 Australian Light Middleweight Title
Pat Rullo
69.40 v Tui Leveni 69.10
Winner: T Leveni by TKO 2:59 R4
Referee: Dave Hedgcock
Judges: Allan McColl : Gus Mercurio : Wayne Ashdown

12x3 WBO Oriental Light Welterweight title
Lance Gostello
63.30 v  Somchai Nakbalee 63.30
Winner: S Nakbalee by TKO 2:58 R6
Referee: Tony Marretta
Judges: Allan McColl : Gus Mercurio : Wayne Ashdown

12x3 PABA & OPBF LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE
Tim Bell
78.60 v Daniel Lovett 78.20
Winner: T Bell by TKO 0:15 R8
Referee: Dave Hedgcock
Judges: Allan McColl : Gus Mercurio : Tony Marretta

Tiger Tim Bell amazes by beating Daniel "porky" Lovett and huge odds by winning  OPBF and PABA Light Heavyweight titles last night at Docklands Central Pier

This was a huge thrilling fight and YVB expect it to be listed as the fight of the year.

Right up until the end of the fight Lovett was expected to get on top of Bell and take the titles home but this was not to be.

Daniel kept getting on top of Bell's attacks by countering with fantastically accurate combinations that seemed to bring the fight to its end but Tim just kept coming back in the following rounds.

From the first bell Tim put in place the kind of attacks that kept wearing Lovett away until his trainer most sensibly threw the towel in, porky was furious at this move as he gallantly wanted the fight to continue due to his huge heart.

Jim Slatter's decision was well timed as the loved by fans Daniel Lovett has certainly figured by now.

Keith Ellis dubbed the trainer of the century certainly put his critics back in seats by preparing Tim which looked a treat in fitness despite at times looking like he was fading, he just kept coming back with fantastic recovery, possibly due to his hunger in getting what he wanted.

Tim Bell is a deserving champion and has certainly had his family problems to trouble him in the past so here is one for Timmy:

"CONGRATULATIONS TIGER"

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