Finnish heavyweight Robert Helenius (27-2, 16 KO’s) won a unanimous decision in a rematch with Belarusian Yuri Biowaves (10-17-3, 5 KO’s).
Unlike the first fight between these boxers, in which Helenius won a highly controversial split decision, the fight was more successful for the Finnish boxer.
But still, he won not without difficulties. After six rounds of the fight judges gave the victory to Robert with a score of 60:55, 59:55 58:57.
At the same time, American boxer Trevor Bryan (20-0, 14 KO’s) won the vacant title of “interim” champion, WBA heavyweight champion, having knocked out in the fourth round of his compatriot BJ Flores (34-4-1, 22 KO’s).
In less than four rounds of a fight Flores seven times appeared on the apron of the ring, although one of the drops of the referee as the knockdown was not counted due to the fact that the impact of Brian went into the goal after the bell.
In the fourth round the referee decided to stop the fight, which was more like a one-sided beating, informs boxingnews.com.ua.