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A roundup of the past weeks notable boxing results from around the world:Saturday at MontrealDavid Lemieux W10 Cristian Fabian Rios Super middleweight Scores: 100-90 (twice), 99-91 Records: Lemieux (36-3, 32 KOs); Rios (21-8-3, 6 KOs)Rafaels remarks: Former middleweight titlist Lemieux, 27, returned to action in his hometown and won his second fight in a row since an eighth-round knockout loss to Gennady Golovkin in their title unification bout last October. Lemieux knocked out Glen Tapia in four rounds in May and then, at a contract weight of 165 pounds, defeated the game Rios, a 33-year-old southpaw from Argentina, by a virtual shutout decision to keep himself in the mix for a big fight in the spring with Canelo Alvarez, who plans to move up to 160 pounds in 2017 in anticipation of a showdown with Golovkin next fall.Lemieux spent most of the fight stalking Rios, who has lost two of his last three fights but has still never been knocked out -- and Lemieux is a devastating puncher. But Rios defense was solid and he never truly got hit cleanly with one of Lemieuxs fight-altering shots. By the second round, Lemieux was backing Rios up and loading up on left hooks. Rios did force Lemieux to retreat to the ropes, courtesy of a left hand at the end of the round, but those sorts of shots were few and far between.It may have been a lopsided fight, but it was at least an entertaining battle as Lemieux, who had some mild swelling under his right eye, never stopped looking for the knockout.Also on the card, Golden Boy Promotions super middleweight prospect Dmitrius Ballard (15-0, 11 KOs), 23, of Temple Hills, Maryland, dropped Gergo Harvath (9-2-1, 5 KOs), 23, of Hungary, three times en route to a one-sided knockout at 1 minute, 20 seconds of the second round in their scheduled eight-round bout.Saturday at Birmingham, EnglandSam Eggington TKO8 Frankie GavinWelterweight Records: Eggington (19-3, 11 KOs); Gavin (23-3, 14 KOs)Rafaels remarks: In a very good fight, Eggington, 23, of England, scored the biggest win of his career as he knocked countryman Gavin down three times in route to a stoppage victory. Eggington won his second fight in a row since losing the British and Commonwealth titles by unanimous decision to Bradley Skeete on March 5.Gavin, a 31-year-old southpaw, failed to make weight for this fight, coming in at 149? pounds for the 147-pound bout and was not eligible to win the regional title on the line. Things got worse for him from there as he lost for the second time in his last three bouts, with the other defeat coming by one-sided, sixth-round knockout to Kell Brook while challenging for his welterweight world title in May 2015.Eggington dropped Gavin with a clean right hand in the center of the ring in the third round, although Gavin popped right up. In the sixth round, a round-of-the-year candidate, Eggington hammered Gavin along the ropes early before Gavin came roaring back. But then Eggington rebounded to drive Gavin into the ropes and tee off on him. Eggington got in a hard left hand to the body that caused him to sag into the ropes and referee Victor Loughlin ruled a knockdown because they were holding him up with 50 seconds to go. Amazingly, Gavin came back strong to finish the round. Fantastic back-and-forth action.Eggington stopped Gavin in the eighth round, doubling him over with a right hand to the body and pouring on the attack until Loughlin jumped in to wave off the fight at 42 seconds, just as Gavin was falling to the mat for the third time.Craig Cunningham TKO8 Anthony OgogoMiddleweight Records: Cunningham (17-1, 4 KOs); Ogogo (11-1, 7 KOs)Rafaels remarks: In winning his sixth fight in a row, Cunningham, a 28-year-old southpaw, pulled an upset in his hometown by knocking out countryman Ogogo, 27, a 2012 Olympic bronze medalist.Cunningham scored a second-round knockdown when he tagged Ogogo, who was already on shaky legs, with a right hook during a fierce exchange. In the eighth round, referee Ian John Lewis called a timeout to take Ogogo back to his corner to have some loose tape on his left glove fixed. While Tony Sims, Ogogos trainer, was dealing with the tape, he and Ogogo were talking and moments later Sims told Lewis to stop the fight, which he did at 1 minute, 27 seconds. Ogogo was apparently having vision problems, which led to the stunning conclusion.Also on the card, junior bantamweight Khalid Yafai (20-0, 14 KOs), 27, of England, knocked out perpetual loser Johnson Tellez (9-28-5, 6 KOs), 24, of Nicaragua, with a body shot at 2 minutes, 48 seconds of the third round to win a tuneup fight for a world title shot against Luis Concepcion (35-4, 24 KOs), 31, of Panama, on Dec. 10. That fight is slated to be on the undercard of heavyweight titleholder Anthony Joshuas next defense.In another undercard fight, former junior middleweight world title challenger Brian Rose (29-4-1, 8 KOs), 31, of England -- who got knocked out in the seventh round while challenging then-titleholder Demetrius Andrade in June 2014 -- won a shutout eight-round decision against Stiliyan Kostov (20-7, 16 KOs), 30, of Bulgaria, who dropped his third decision in a row this year. Referee Shaun Messer scored in his favor, 80-72.Saturday at Tijuana, MexicoLuis Nery KO2 Richie MepranumBantamweight Records: Nery (21-0, 15 KOs); Mepranum (31-6-1, 8 KOs)Rafaels remarks: Nery, a 21-year-old southpaw from Mexico, is a good-looking up-and-coming prospect with a fan-friendly style and good power. He and the much more experienced Mepranum went right after each other from the opening bell and both had their moments in the opening round. Mepranum, a 29-year-old southpaw from the Philippines, was under heavy attack early in the second round. Nery was connecting with clean shots with both hands and slipped in a right hand to the head that sent an already-hurt Mepranum to the canvas. He beat the count, but Nery marched right to him and pounded him with a right-left combination that dropped him again. Mepranum was in bad shape and referee Fernando Renteria immediately waved off the fight without a count at 41 seconds.It was the second solid victory in a row for Nery, who knocked out former interim junior bantamweight titlist David Sanchez in the fourth round on July 30.Mepranum, with vast experience, was a solid opponent for Nery, although he has lost two fights in a row, including a spirited effort in an eighth-round knockout loss challenging then-junior bantamweight titleholder Carlos Cuadras on April 23. He has also twice challenged for flyweight world titles, but was stopped by Julio Cesar Miranda in 2010 and Juan Francisco Estrada in 2014.Saturday at Kempton Park, South AfricaHekkie Budler W12 Siyabonga SiyoJunior flyweight Scores: 118-110, 116-112 (twice) Records: Budler (30-2, 9 KOs); Siyo (10-2, 4 KOs)Rafaels remarks: On March 19, Budler, 32, of South Africa, lost a tight unanimous decision (115-113 on all three scorecards) and his strawweight world title to Byron Rojas. In his first fight since, Budler took on Siyo, his countryman, and handed him his second 12-round decision loss in a clear win.In the main event of the card, South African southpaw Kevin Lerena (16-1, 8 KOs), 24, won promoter Rodney Bermans Super Four cruiserweight tournament final by majority decision over Denmarks Micki Nielsen (22-1, 14 KOs), 23, in a bout filled with clinches and grappling. In the end, Lerena got the nod 97-93 and 95-95 while one judge scored the fight 95-95. 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