Boxing Results: Francesco Patera and Daniel Scardina Win by KO in Italy Friday!
By Ken Hissner: At the Allianz, in Milan, Italy, Friday, over DAZN, Eddie Hearn (Matchroom Boxing) and Salvatore Cherchi (OPI Since 82) presented in the Main Event Super Middleweight Daniel ”King Toretto” Scardina stopping Juergen “The Doberman” Doberstein after four rounds.
In the Co-Main Event Lightweight Francesco Patera of Belgium stopping Devis “Boom Boom” Boschiero of Italy for the vacant WBO Inter-Continental title.
In the co-main Event Francesco Patera, 25-3 (9), #134 ¼, of Genk, Limburg, Belgium, stopped former IBF Inter-Continental champ Devis “Boom Boom” Boschiero, 49-7-2 (22), #134 ½, of Correzzola, Veneto, Italy, at 1:32 in the third round due to a cut in a scheduled ten rounds, for the vacant WBO Inter-Continental title.
In the first round, both fighters had their moments in an all-action round. In the second round, Boschiero suffered a cut on his right eyebrow from a left hook from Patera at the midway point in another action round. In the third round, after half a round, the cut Boschiero had was bleeding enough for the referee Stephane Nicolo to call in the ring physician, who called a halt.
In the Main Event Super Middleweight Daniele “King Toretto” Scardina, 20-0 (16), #167 ½, of Rozzano, Lombardia, Italy, and Miami Beach, FL, stopped former WBA Inter-Continental champ Juergen “The Doberman” Doberstein, 26-4-1 (7), #167, of KAZ, and Saarland, Germany, after four rounds of a scheduled ten rounds, for the vacant WBO Inter-Continental title.
In the first two rounds, both had their moments, with Scardina having an edge. In the last 30 seconds of the third round, Scardina hurt Doberstein with a right to the chin. In the fourth round, Doberstein did well in flurries, but by the end of the round, Scardina had his nose bleeding. After four rounds, the corner of Doberstein called a halt.
Italian Welterweight champion Nicholas “The Good Boy” Esposito, 15-0 (5), #146 ¼, of Bonemerse, Lombardia, Italy, defended his title defeating Emanuele Cavallucci, 12-5-1 (4), #145 ¾, of Chieti, Abruzzo, Italy, over ten rounds.
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