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Old 06-19-2020, 09:25 AM   #73
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FEBRUARY 2002 SATURDAY NIGHT FIGHTS
Results

Chris Byrd defeats Dino Dennis by TKO at 1:38 of Round 6
Byrd was knocked down in the opening round making this fight closer than was anticipated. However, Byrd recovered and eventually dropped Dennis in the 6th round for a 5 count. When the fight re-started Byrd pounced on Dennis with a heavy assault and the bout was stopped. Following the match, Dennis informed the gathered media that this would be his last and that he was retiring from boxing. Dennis was 0-3-0 (0) in his brief professional career.

Ossie Ocasio defeats Frank Childs by TKO at 2:49 of Round 1
Ocasio knocked Childs down late in round 1 but Childs was back up after a 5 count. Childs was still a bit wobbly and Ocasio took advantage as the bout was stopped at 2:49.

Wladimir Klitschko defeats Jerry Quarry by Majority Decision
Judges: 96-93, 95-93, 94-94
Each fighter hit the canvas on one occasion but Klitschko controlled most of the fight as he landed 126 punches to 80 for Quarry. Dr. Steelhammer is now 5-0-0 (3) and many are considering this to be he toughest test to date.

James Jeffries defeats Cleveland Williams by Unanimous Decision
Judges: 98-90, 98-89, 96-92
The former champion knocked Williams down twice and landed 63 more punches than Big Cat but he couldn't knock him out. This one wasn't close and credit should be given to Williams for surviving the full 10 rounds.

Gene Tunney defeats Abe Simon by Unanimous Decision
Judges: 100-91, 97-93, 99-92
Tunney becomes the first fighter in the UBF to reach 9 wins with a dominant 10 round decision over Simon. Tunney is now 9-0-0 (5).





NEWS ALERT: When the new rankings were released on Sunday, a new fighter had entered the UBF's Top 40 list of contenders replacing Dino Dennis who retired. Entering the rankings at #33 is the English-born "Gypsy King" Tyson Fury.

MARCH 2002 UBF TOP 10 RANKINGS

Champion: Joe Frazier 8-0-1 (6)

Contenders
1. Gene Tunney 9-0-0 (5)
2. James Jeffries 5-2-1 (2)*
3. George Chuvalo 5-2-1 (5)
4. Muhammad Ali 5-1-1 (1)
5. Lennox Lewis 4-2-1 (3)
6. Abe Simon 6-3-0 (4)
7. David Tua 7-1-0 (5)
8. Rocky Marciano 7-1-0 (6)
9. Cleveland Williams 3-3-0 (2)
10. George Foreman 3-3-0 (2)

*denotes former champion





MARCH 2002 UBF THURSDAY NIGHT FIGHT CARD

1. #25 Ossie Ocasio 4-3-1 (4) vs Bull Baldino UNR





MARCH 2002 UBF SATURDAY NIGHT FIGHT CARD

1. TITLE FIGHT: #8 "The Brockton Blockbuster" Rocky Marciano 7-1-0 (6) vs Champion: Smokin' Joe Frazier 8-0-1 (6)

2. #10 Big George Foreman 3-3-0 (2) vs #5 "The Lion" Lennox Lewis 4-2-1 (3)

3. #18 "The Hanover Giant" Tommy Burns 4-2-0 (1) vs #17 "The Quiet Man" John Ruiz 3-2-0 (2)

4. #33 "The Gypsy King" Tyson Fury NR vs #21 "Our" Henry Cooper 5-3-0 (2)

5. #34 Oscar "Ringo" Bonavena 0-1-0 (0) vs #24 "Iron" Mike Tyson 6-1-0 (6)

Referees: George Siler (Title Fight), Bill Clancy, Dick Young
Judges: Richard Green, Harold Buck, Richard Houck, Alternate: Frank Lombardi
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MARCH 2002 UBF THURSDAY NIGHT FIGHTS
Result

Ossie Ocasio defeats Bull Baldino by Unanimous Decision
Judges: 59-54, 58-55, 59-54
Jaws was in complete control of his fight with Baldino, with the obvious exception being when he was knocked down for an 8 count in the 4th round. Ocasio scored his own knockdown in the 1st round, opened a terrible gash above Bull's left eye and won the count of punches landed 86-28. Ossie is now 5-3-1 (4).
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MARCH 2002 UBF SATURDAY NIGHT FIGHTS
Results

Mike Tyson defeats Oscar Bonavena by TKO at 0:49 of Round 9
Iron Mike knocked Ringo down twice in Round 7 and finally finished him with an explosive outburst early in the 9th. Referee Dick Young stepped in and stopped the bout 49 seconds in. Tyson landed 117 punches to just 48 for Bonavena.

Note: I was worried about this one. I knew Tyson would win if it went the distance but Bonavena has a good chin and a little pop so I was on eggshells.

Tyson Fury defeats Henry Cooper by TKO at 2:53 of Round 1
Fast and Furious best described the Gypsy King's UBF debut as Tyson Fury stopped Henry Cooper just seconds after knocking him down. The battle of the Brits was over before it really started, as referee Bill Clancy called a stop to the proceedings in the 1st round much to the surprise of the spectators.

Tommy Burns defeats John Ruiz by TKO at 0:40 of Round 10
Burns landed 41 more punches than his opponent and they finally took their toll early in the final frame when Ruiz was dropped. Referee Dick Young stopped the bout moments later when Burns staggered Ruiz with a powerful right cross.

Lennox Lewis defeats George Foreman by Unanimous Decision
Judges: Richard Green 96-92, Harold Buck 99-90, Frank Lombardi 97-93
Once considered a champion in the making Big George saw his record fall to 3-4-0 (2) on Saturday night and, though the fight went the distance, the damage was done early. Lewis sent Foreman reeling to the canvas twice in the second round and that was more than Foreman could recover from with the judges.

Title Fight: Rocky Marciano defeats Joe Frazier by KO at 2:21 of Round 9
We have a new Heavyweight Champion of the World and it is Brockton, Massachusetts native Rocky Marciano who ended Smokin' Joe Frazier's 18-month reign as UBF Champion on Saturday night. The fight had been extremely close up until the final punch that sent Frazier to the canvas and sent the belt to Brockton. Neither fighter was knocked down before then and CompuBox had the punches landed total at 113-98 in favor of the new champion.

Note: The fight was scored 76-76, 78-75 Frazier and 77-76 Marciano through 8 rounds.





APRIL 2002 UBF TOP 10 RANKINGS

Champion: Rocky Marciano 8-1-0 (7)

Contenders
1. Joe Frazier 8-1-1 (6)*
2. Gene Tunney 9-0-0 (5)
3. James Jeffries 5-2-1 (2)*
4. Lennox Lewis 5-2-1 (3)
5. George Chuvalo 5-2-1 (5)
6. Muhammad Ali 5-1-1 (1)
7. Abe Simon 6-3-0 (4)
8. David Tua 7-1-0 (5)
9. Cleveland Williams 3-3-0 (2)
10. Tommy Burns 5-2-0 (2)

*denotes former champion





APRIL 2002 UBF THURSDAY NIGHT FIGHT CARD

1. #22 Tyson Fury 1-0-0 (1) vs Frankie Page UNR





APRIL 2002 UBF SATURDAY NIGHT FIGHT CARD

1. #8 "The Tuaman" David Tua 7-1-0 (5) vs #5 George Chuvalo 5-2-1 (5)

2. #18 "The Livermore Larupper" Max Baer 6-3-0 (5) vs #15 "The Black Uhlan of the Rhine" Max Schmeling 7-1-0 (4)

3. #37 Arthur Pelkey 0-3-1 (0) vs #34 Chris "The Nightmare" Arreola 4-3-0 (2)

4. #38 James "The Cinderella Man" Braddock 2-3-1 (1) vs #31 Jake Kilrain 3-2-0 (2)

5. #39 "Kingfish" Levinsky 0-1-0 (0) vs #33 "King" Jose Roman 1-1-0 (1)
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APRIL 2002 UBF THURSDAY NIGHT FIGHTS
Result

Tyson Fury defeats Frankie Page by TKO at 2:20 of Round 5
Page has a good chin and it took Fury some time to find a weakness but, after wobbling his legs, Fury pounced and the fight was stopped. Fury improves to 2-0-0 (2).
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APRIL 2002 UBF SATURDAY NIGHT FIGHTS
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King Levinsky defeats Jose Roman by KO at 2:20 of Round 7
In a close fight the King of Ring on this night was King Levinsky who wore down King Roman and knocked him out in the 7th round. For Levinsky, it was his first victory since joining the professional ranks.

Chris Arreola defeats Arthur Pelkey by Unanimous Decision
Judges: 98-91, 98-90, 97-92
Pelkey was knocked down twice and suffered an eye gash but he still managed to finish the fight. However, Arreola won easily with judges making Pelkey winless in 5 fights (0-4-1).

Note: Despite having just a 15.625% chance of NOT retiring, Pelkey is still here. The good news is that if he loses his next fight his chances fall to 0.725% so beat those odds Pelkey!

Jake Kilrain defeats James Braddock by TKO at 1:30 of Round 9
Braddock, by all accounts, was clearly ahead in this fight as he had landed 92 punches to just 52 for Kilrain while also scoring a 7th round knockdown. However, He suffered a cut to his left eye early in the fight and when it worsened in the 9th round the fight was stopped. Braddock's corner was furious with the decision of the ringside doctors and planned to lodge a protest with the UBF.

Note: Braddock was ahead with the judges through 8 rounds: 78-74, 78-73, 77-74.

Max Schmeling defeats Max Baer by TKO at 1:12 of Round 5
Schmeling-Baer had a palpable undertone of being a "personal" fight in the lead up to the bout but win the opening bell sounded, the actual fight was very close and mostly clean. In the 5th round Schmeling dropped Baer and then landed a devastating 4 punch salvo after the fight was restarted. At that point Baer was obviously done, using the ropes to keep from collapsing again, so the fight was stopped.

TUA-CHUVALO II
David Tua defeats George Chuvalo by TKO at 0:14 of Round 10
The ringside doctors' decision was again called into question in night's main event. Chuvalo had this fight won. He had out-punched. He knocked Tua down in the 8th round. He had Tua obviously fatigued. Then disaster struck. A gash to Chuvalo's left eye, which had become increasingly swollen since the 6th round, stopped this fight 2:46 before George could be declared the rightful winner.

Note: Chuvalo was up on the scorecards through 9 rounds: 87-85, 87-84, 88-85. Without this type of disaster he would have won. I felt terrible, Money99. I really did.





MAY 2002 UBF TOP 10 RANKINGS

Champion: Rocky Marciano 8-1-0 (7)

Contenders
1. Joe Frazier 8-1-1 (6)*
2. Gene Tunney 9-0-0 (5)
3. James Jeffries 5-2-1 (2)*
4. David Tua 8-1-0 (6)
5. Lennox Lewis 5-2-1 (3)
6. Muhammad Ali 5-1-1 (1)
7. Abe Simon 6-3-0 (4)
8. George Chuvalo 5-3-1 (5)
9. Cleveland Williams 3-3-0 (2)
10. Tommy Burns 5-2-0 (2)

*denotes former champion





MAY 2002 UBF THURSDAY NIGHT FIGHT CARD

1. #12 Max Schmeling 8-1-0 (5) vs Joe Glass UNR





MAY 2002 UBF SATURDAY NIGHT FIGHT CARD

1. #16 "Black Hercules" Ken Norton 7-2-0 (4) vs #11 Bob "Ruby Robert" Fitzsimmons 4-3-0 (3)

2. #15 Buddy Baer 3-3-0 (3) vs #14 "Dr. Steelhammer" Wladimir Klitschko 5-0-0 (3)

3. #35 "Bombardier" Bob Satterfield 3-4-0 (2) vs #21 "Old Chocolate" George Godfrey 2-4-0 (0)

4. #31 Anthony "AJ" Joshua 3-3-1 (3) vs #26 Donovan "Razor" Ruddock 4-3-0 (4)

5. #40 Luther "Luck" McCarty 2-4-0 (1) vs Chris "Rapid Fire" Byrd 4-3-0 (3)
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Classic battle between Marciano and Frazier, those two are a good matchup. And poor Chuvalo, you have higher than usual number of fights stopped on cuts, the dice Gods are brutal for you on those cut checks.
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Classic battle between Marciano and Frazier, those two are a good matchup. And poor Chuvalo, you have higher than usual number of fights stopped on cuts, the dice Gods are brutal for you on those cut checks.
They have been for sure! The two most recent stoppages were on 15 and 20% odds respectively. But yet, I manage to roll for the stoppage!
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As odd as it sounds, Chuvalo's career is playing out in your universe almost exactly as it was in real life.
The man just can't catch a break lol

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