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A roundup of the past weeks notable boxing results from around the world:Sunday at Zama, JapanNaoya Monster Inoue TKO10 Petchbarngborn Kokietgym Retains a junior bantamweight title Records:?Inoue (11-0, 9 KOs); Kokietgym (38-8-1, 18 KOs)Rafaels remarks:?In front of his hometown fans, Inoue, already a two-division world titleholder at age 23, retained his 115-pound belt for the third time as he beat down Kokietgym, the 31-year-old mandatory challenger from Thailand. Inoue ended Kokietgyms 16-fight winning streak in a one-sided beating. Inoue, who also won a world title at junior flyweight before moving up two weight classes to win his second belt, won every round in the dominant outing before putting him away at the end of the 10th round. Inoue finally knocked him down just before the bell ended the round, culminating an onslaught of punches with a finishing right hand to the chin that dropped him hard on his rear end. Kokietgym struggled to his feet, barely beating the count, but he was in terrible shape and referee Mark Nelson waved off the fight at 3 minutes, 3 seconds.Also on the card, bantamweight contender Takuma Inoue (8-0, 2 KOs), the 20-year-old younger brother of main event winner Naoya Inoue and a seven-time Japanese high school champion, survived the first knockdown of his career in the first round and pounded out a unanimous decision against Froilan Saludar (23-2-1, 14 KOs), 23, of the Philippines, in a crowd-pleasing battle. Inoue knocked down Saludar in the eighth and ninth rounds en route to winning by scores of 97-90, 97-90 and 96-91. With the victory, Inoue may get a crack at bantamweight world titleholder Marlon Tapales (29-2, 12 KOs), of the Philippines, in December.Saturday at Taguig City, Philippines?Jerwin Ancajas?W12?McJoe Arroyo Wins a junior bantamweight title Scores:?118-109, 117-110, 115-112 Records: Ancajas (25-1-1, 16 KOs); Arroyo (17-1, 8 KOs)Rafaels remarks:?Mandatory challenger Ancajas, a 24-year-old fighting in front of his home fans in the Philippines, took a big step up in opposition level against fellow southpaw Arroyo and pulled the upset to claim a 115-pound world title. In doing so, he won his 12th fight in a row and became the first boxer promoted by Manny Pacquiaos Pacquiao Promotions to win a world title; Pacquiao invited him to his home to celebrate afterwards.Arroyo, 30, of Puerto Rico, won a vacant belt by 10th-round technical decision against Arthur Villanueva in July 2015 when Villanueva suffered a cut from an accidental head butt and could not continue. But Arroyo had not fought in the 14 months since when he met Ancajas for his first defense. The aggressive Ancajas surprisingly dominated most of the fight. He rocked Arroyo with a left hand in the sixth round and knocked him down in the eighth round with a left to the body followed by a right to the head. Ancajas appeared to have scored another knockdown with a left hand to the body in the ninth round but referee Gene Del Bianco ruled it a slip. Knockdown or not, Arroyo was hurt as Ancajas rolled to his biggest victory.Saturday at San AntonioDarwin Price Jr.?TKO7?Javontae Starks Junior welterweight Records:?Price (11-0, 6 KOs); Starks (13-2, 7 KOs)Rafaels remarks:?In the Premier Boxing Champions main event on NBC Sports Net, Price, 27, of Houston, turned in a strong performance as he handed Starks, 27, of Winter Haven, Florida, his second defeat in a row. Price said before the fight that his jab would be the key and he was correct. He controlled the fight primarily with a strong jab, which he doubled and tripled, before connecting with painful power shots. Price, who is trained by star trainer Ronnie Shields, dropped Starks, who was fighting for the first time in 11 months, to the seat of his pants with a right hand, following a double jab, in the third round. In the seventh round, Price got to Starks again with his jab and came behind it with a right hand that hurt him. Then another right hand hurt Starks and Price continued to fire away until referee Mark Calo-Oy stepped in to stop the bout at 1 minute, 52 seconds.Kent Cruz?W8 Rickey Edwards Junior welterweight Scores: 77-74, 77-73 (twice) Records:?Cruz(11-0, 6 KOs); Edwards (11-1, 3 KOs)Rafaels remarks:?Cruz, 23, of St. Louis, was a late replacement opponent for Edwards but took care of business. Cruz dropped Edwards with a right hand in the second round. He had Edwards, a 26-year-old former New Jersey Golden Gloves champion from Paterson, New Jersey, who fights out of Houston, in trouble but he survived. Cruz, however, maintained control for most of the bout and was rewarded with a nice victory over a fellow prospect.In another televised bout, junior featherweight David Perez (8-0, 4 KOs), 20, of Houston, dropped Gustavo Molina (23-13, 9 KOs), 27, of Mexico, with a hard left hand to the head in the third round and then used a big right hand to the jaw to spectacularly knock him out cold?-- face first -- at 2 minutes, 35 seconds in the sixth and final round.Also on the card, middleweight Junior Castillo (11-1, 9 KOs), a 30-year-old who represented the Dominican Republic in the 2012 Olympics, rebounded from an eight-round decision loss to Justin DeLoach on June 25, to win a difficult six-round decision against Josue Obando (14-11-1, 11 KOs), 26, of Mexico, via scores of 60-54 (very questionable!), 58-56 and 58-56.Saturday at Mexico CityCarlos Chuko Diaz?W10 Samuel Gonzalez Lightweight Scores:?97-93 (three times) Records: Diaz (21-0, 10 KOs); Gonzalez (11-4, 8 KOs)Rafaels remarks:?Diaz, 21, of Mexico, a good-looking up-and-comer, rolled to a unanimous decision against Gonzalez, of Venezuela, in the beIN Sports-televised main event. Diaz, who handed Gonzalez his second loss in a row and third defeat in his last four fights, survived a rough patch in the fifth round of an otherwise solid performance.In the co-feature, lightweight journeyman Gabriel Francisco Pina (13-12-5, 5 KOs) pulled the upset in an eight-round decision win against Mexican countryman and former two-time junior lightweight world title challenger Miguel Beltran Jr. (31-5, 21 KOs), 27, winning on scores of 77-75, 77-75 and 77-76.Friday at Los AngelesAntonio Gutierrez W10 Jorge Melendez Middleweight Scores:?97-92 (twice), 96-93 Records:?Gutierrez (21-2-1, 9 KOs); Melendez (29-7-1, 27 KOs)Rafaels remarks:?It was a Mexico vs. Puerto Rico main event on Golden Boy Promotions LA Fight Club card on Estrella TV as Gutierrez, 22, of Mexico, pounded out a hard-fought decision win against Puerto Rican veteran Melendez, 27, much to the delight of the pro-Gutierrez crowd. Gutierrez, who was coming off a 10-round decision loss to former two-time middleweight world title challenger Gabriel Rosado in June, handed Melendez his second loss in a row and his fourth defeat in his past five bouts.In the second round, Melendez, who is a very good puncher, knocked Gutierrez down with a right hand but could not finish him. Gutierrez rallied and applied pressure for much of the fight as he took it to Melendez in a fan-friendly bout. He opened a cut near Melendezs left eye in the ninth round and got the well-deserved nod on the judges scorecards.Christian Chimpa Gonzalez?KO2 Jonathan Corrales Lightweight Records:?Gonzalez (15-0, 13 KOs); Corrales (8-4-2, 3 KOs)Rafaels remarks:?Gonzalez, 20, of Buena Park, California, is a solid prospect who seems to be getting better and better. He dropped Corrales, a Phoenix-based Mexico native, with a pair of left hooks in the first round and was in charge all the way until a right-left combination floored him again in the second round, causing referee Wayne Hedgpeth to waive off the fight without a count at 1 minute, 57 seconds.Also on the card, junior lightweight prospect Lamont Roach Jr. (12-0, 4 KOs), 21, of Washington, D.C., dropped Mario Antonio Macias (28-20-14 KOs), 31, of Mexico, in the first, second and third rounds before referee Zac Young waved off the fight at seven seconds into the third round of their scheduled eight-rounder. Puma Rihanna Creepers Black . The Olympic champion curler and TSN curling analyst immediately went online to look at the Halls long list of honoured members. Thats when the enormity of the honour sunk in. Puma Rihanna Creepers Pink . The 43-year-old closer, in his 19th and final big league season, has said hed like to play the outfield. 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The Spokane goaltender finished with 28 saves, including a Brandon Fushimi penalty shot in the second period that would have tied the game 1-1. DENVER -- Jake McGee was second-guessing himself after throwing a breaking pitch that cost the Colorado Rockies the game.Pinch-hitter Tommy Joseph turned on a slider from the hard-throwing reliever to hit a go-ahead, three-run home run in the seventh inning, and the Philadelphia Phillies rallied past the Colorado Rockies 5-3 on Friday night.Probably should have stuck with my best pitch, the fastball, McGee said. But I made that pitch and I hung it over the plate.Vince Velasquez (8-2) allowed two runs over six innings and won his third straight decision since coming off the 15-day disabled list with a right biceps strain on June 27. He struck out six and walked two on 98 pitches.The Phillies snapped a five-game losing streak to the Rockies.Rockies starter Jon Gray left the game with a 2-0 lead and runners on the corners with one out in the seventh. The Phillies put up four runs in their next two at-bats off McGee (0-3), starting with Cesar Hernandezs RBI single followed by Josephs home run to left field.I dont want to leave (Gray) in position to take a loss, Rockies manager Wat Weiss said of his decision to lift Gray. He had two base runners at that point. I like the matchup with McGee.Freddy Galvis scored on an error in the ninth to extend the lead to 5-3. Jeanmar Gomez got four outs to earn his 24th save.dddddddddddd.Gray struck out eight and walked two in one of his strongest outings of the year. Trevor Story drove in two runs and Carlos Gonzalez brought in another for Colorado.I was just locked in from the beginning, Gray said. I knew everything was going to work well judging by how I felt in the bullpen. I was ready to go in attack-mode.Storys second RBI of the game was a line-drive single off Andrew Bailey to trim the deficit to 4-3 in the seventh. Later in the inning, Mark Reynolds grounded out with the bases loaded off Hector Neris.CATCH OF THE NIGHTTyler Goeddel made a diving catch in left field of D.J. LeMahieus sinking blooper with a runner in scoring position in the eighth and the Phillies clinging to a 4-3 lead.TRAINERS ROOMRockies: OF Gerardo Parra (ankle) participated in running drills for the first time since he went on the 15-day disabled list in the middle of June, Weiss said.UP NEXTPhillies: RHP Jerad Eickhoff (6-9, 3.30 ERA) is 4-2 and has allowed three or fewer runs in his last seven starts.Rockies: LHP Tyler Anderson (0-3, 3.03 ERA) has been solid, but the Rockies have scored just four runs with him in the game in his five starts. 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