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Hamzaoui Upsets Amasheh, Donfack Retains Against Pawlak
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(OCT 12) Amira Hamzaoui from France is the new World Boxing Federation (WBF) Womens World Flyweight Champion after she won the title from defending champion Raja Amasheh on Saturday night, October 11, at the Saarlandhalle in Saarbruecken, Germany.

In a very close and competitive fight, with many tight rounds that were difficult to score, Germany’s Amasheh was the aggressor for the most part, while southpaw Amira Hamzaoui boxed well on the back-foot and was very effective with clean counters.

After ten rounds of boxing, Hamzaoui was declared the winner by split decision as judges Toni Tiberi and Vincent Dupas had her in front by 97-94 and 96-94, and Steven Mertz saw it the other way with 98-94 for Amasheh.

The 32-year-old new world champion from Epernay improved her professional record to 11-1 (5), and Amasheh (32), who won the title this past May in the same venue, loses for the first time since entering the paid ranks in 2008 and drops to 17-1-1 (4).

In the co-feature of the third installment of the Night Of The Champions series promoted by DOG Event & Boxing Company, WBF World Super Middleweight Champion Bernard Donfack repeated a previous victory over Christian Pawlak to successfully make his first title defense.

Donfack beat Pawlak on points in 2007 when both were new to the game, and it would be no different this time as the Cameroon-born title-holder landed with the harder and more accurate punches throughout the bout, and the challenger didn’t have enough power to keep his aggressive opponent at bay.

It was an entertaining encounter, but most seemed to agree that there could only be one winner. Vincent Dupas scored the fight 116-112, Dominique Schmit scored it 115-114, and Uwe Lorch voted 115-113, all for Donfack who improved his record to 21-11-3 (11). Pawlack falls to 20-6-1 (11).

 
     
     
   
 
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