Boxing Results: Andrew “Monster” Moloney Defeated Froilan Saludar!
By Ken Hissner: At the Star Event Center, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia on Tuesday over ESPN+ George Rose (No Limit Boxing Promotions) and Matt Rose (No Limit Boxing) presented in the Main Event former WBA interim Super Fly champion Andrew “Monster” Moloney defeating former WBO Asia Pacific Super Fly champion and three-time world challenger Froilan “The Sniper” Saludar, over 10 rounds for the vacant WBO Oriental Super Fly title.
In the Main Event WBA No. 8 ranked Andrew “Monster” Moloney, 21-2 (14), #115, of Kingscliff, New South Wales, Australia, defeated Froilan “The Sniper” Saladur, 32-4-1 (22 ), #114 ½, of Cagayan de Oro City, PH, 10 rounds, for vacant WBO Oriental Super Fly title.
In the first three rounds Moloney dominated outworking Saladur hurting him in the final seconds of the third with a flurry of punches having him against the ropes. In the
Scores were 98-92 and 99-91 twice.
WBA Oceania Light Heavy champion WBA No. 8 ranked southpaw Faris Chevalier, 12-1 (7), #174 ½, of Paris, FR and Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, defeated Renold “Dunghutti Destroyer” Quinlan, 13-8 (8), #176 ¼, of Red Fern, New South Wales, AUST, 10 rounds.
In the first two rounds Chevalier dominated countering with an effective jab. In the third round Quinlan out landed Chevalier with combinations to the chin. In the sixth round Quinlan hurt his left hand and was being outworked for the past several rounds.
In the seventh round Chevalier drew blood from the nose of Quinlan in the first minute. In the tenth and final round it was Quilan having the edge knowing he needed a stoppage to win.
Scores were 99-92, 98-92 and 100-90.
Heavyweight southpaw Jackson “Dynamite” Murray, 3-0 (3), #238 ¼, of Sydney, New South Wales, AUST, stopped southpaw David Tuliloa, 2-4 (2), #318 ¼, of Penrith, New South Wales, AUST, at 2:05 of the fifth round of a scheduled 6 rounds.
At the end of the second rounds final seconds Tuliloa rocked Murray with an overhand left on the chin. By the end of the fourth round Tuliloa looked exhausted. In the fifth round Murray switching to orthodox and back drew blood from the nose of Tuliloa. In the start of the final minute referee Cauchi had seen enough calling a halt with the exhausted beaten Tuliloa done from the punches of the 6:07 Jackson.
Super Feather Jye Lane Taylor, 3-2 (1), #129 ¼ of Sydney, New South Wales, AUST, lost to Manuer A Matet, 4-1 (2), #127 ½, of South Sudan and Blacktown, New South Wales, AUST, 6 rounds.
In the first two rounds the taller Matet controlled with his jab. In the third round a right from Matet opened a nasty cut above the left eyebrow of a game Taylor with blood running down the side of his face.
In the fourth and fifth rounds Matet would switch from orthodox to southpaw and back dominating. In the sixth and final round a war broke out with Taylor hurting Matet in the final fifteen seconds with a right on the chin.
Scores were 60-55 and 59-55 twice.
Cruiser Tim Simona, 0-1 (0), #198 ¼, of Sydney, New South Wales, AUST, lost to southpaw Aaron Cocco, 1-0 (0), #198 ¼, of Nelson Bay, New South Wales, AUST, at 2:19 of the third round of a scheduled 4 rounds.
In the second round a lead right from Cocco on the chin rocked Simona halfway through the round. It was a big round for the 29 year-old Cocco. In the third rounds final minute a flurry of unanswered punches from Cocco had Simona hurt to the point the ring physician from ringside called to referee John Cauchi to call a halt.
Feather southpaw Daniel Harwood, 1-0 (0), #121, of Sydney, New South Wales, AUST, stopped Caleb Sims, 0-1 (0), #120, of Newcastle, New South Wales, at 1:51 of the second round of a scheduled 4 rounds.
In the first round with a minute remaining and Harwood controlling with his jab got nailed by a right on the chin from Sims who followed up seconds later with a combination on the chin. Harwood landed a pair of lead lefts to the chin of Sims in the final seconds of the round knocking him back several steps in a round won by Sims.
In the second round a half a minute into it Harwood landed a solid right hook to the head of Sims. A three punch combination from Harwood put Sims to the canvas in a corner. Upon rising he was in no condition to continue causing referee Will Soulus to wave it off.
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