On Saturday, June 12, Kyiv hosted the first boxing night by B1 Boxing, an ambitious boxing promoter founded by .
The show’s program included 12 fights. And, just like the event’s promo promised, was the kind of boxing you can’t take your sight .
In the main bout of the night, the undefeated featherweight Oleg Malinovsky got his 28th pro victory, overcoming serious resistance from the Namibian Nathaniel . Kyiv’s own won via majority decision and thus conquered the WBO Intercontinental Champion title.
Fighting in the night’s co-main event was puncher Vladislav who continued his winning streak by defeating an experienced Frenchman Uata ahead of schedule. Student of the famous American coach James Ali Bashir slumped his rival on the canvas three times, and then eventually knocked him out.
Also giving their fans reasons to rejoice were the two-time amateur champion of Ukraine and promising heavyweight Igor , as well as a well-known boxer from Chernivtsi Alexander , who both ended their fights with early victories.
B1 Boxing boxer Valentin , who defeated Vadim Pankin by technical knockout in the second round, also demonstrated a bright fight. His brother, Bogdan , gained valuable experience in a fight with an experienced Alexander Benidze, who he defeated via unanimous decision.
In the only women's fight of the evening, B1 Boxing fighter Inna Statkevich dominated over her rival from Serbia Snezhana .
Fans could watch all the undercard fights of the show live online on B1 Boxing’s Facebook and YouTube pages, while the night’s main card was broadcast on Inter TV channel.