Ryan Rozicki Clinches NABF Title With Stunning 10th Round KO – Fight Results

10/02/2023 - No comments

On a thrilling Saturday night at the Hamilton Convention Centre, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, Ryan Rozicki (19-1, 18 KOs) sent the former NABF cruiserweight champ, Alante “Bam Bam” Green (10-2-1, 7KOs), back to Cleveland, Ohio, with a jaw-dropping 10th round KO. The fight saw Rozicki deliver a left hook straight out of a boxing textbook that had Green taking a nose dive. The referee halted the action at 1:55.

Riding high with six consecutive wins post his solitary defeat against Oscar Rivas, Rozicki’s rankings are nothing short of impressive: WBC #8, IBF #8, WBA #9, and WBO #9. He’s not here to play!

Hats off to Alante for stepping into the ring, but Rozicki stated, “I set my goal, and I achieved it. I’ve always said I’m gunning for the best in the business.” And by the looks of it, he’s not kidding around.

Daniel Otter, the head honcho of Three Lions Promotions, chimed in, “Talk about an electrifying bout! Rozicki not only dominated but sealed the deal. I won’t be surprised if this KO makes the top list for the year. Watch out, top-contender cruisers; Rozicki is gearing up for a comeback, and he’s loaded!”

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  • John Michael Bianco (6-0, 4KOs) of Etobicoke showed off his boxing chops, securing a TKO in round 7 against Vancouver’s Samuel Moses (6-1, 5 KOs), bagging the NCC Canadian super middleweight title. These youngsters, huh? Future legends in the making.
  • Talk about an unexpected twist! Super welterweight Leonel Castanon (4-4-1, 2 KOs) gave Jake Daoust (5-2, 3 KOs) a lesson in boxing, clinching a 6-round unanimous win.
  • Antonio Napolitano (8-0-1, 4 KOs) showcased his great skills with a KO victory in round 3 over Edwin Villarreal Flores (4-1-1, 3 KOs). That’s how you make a statement!
  • Stefan Dronjak (4-0-0, 1KO) proved that he’s got the grit, sealing a win over Fernando Martínez Bello (1-3) with the judges nodding in unanimous agreement.
  • In the female division, Jennifer Williams (3-0) surprised many by outclassing Carolyn Redmond (6-2-0, 3 KOs), earning a respectable unanimous decision win.