Ukrainian boxer Alexander Gvozdik (15-0, 12 KO’s) in new York, won a difficult victory over Frenchman Mehdi Amar (34-6-2, 16 KO’s) and won the WBC interim world champion at light heavyweight by the WBC.
Carnations were considered clear favourites in the title match, but to win an early victory over a little known opponent boxer from Kharkov failed.
Ukrainians after a brief exploration quickly established control over what is happening in the ring. Carnations actively attacked, fired at Amara from different angles. The Frenchman was a good move, and in the moments of activation of the opponent was hiding behind the block and survived.
In the second half of the fight Amar picked up the pace and tried to seize the initiative. Carnations due to advantages in anthropometry continued to take rounds, but the preconditions for the knockout was gone.
Fighting put the squeeze on the opponent in the championship rounds Cloves also failed. In the end the battle was a Ukrainian in an attempt to finish ahead of the battle, missed a few nasty bumps and never tried to extend a series of knockouts.
Alexander Gvozdik won by unanimous decision (116:112, 118:110 and 117:111) became the interim WBC champion. The new status gives the Ukrainians the ability to fight with the owner of full title Adonis Stevenson, who on may 19 in Montreal will defend his belt in a fight with badou Jack.
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