Peter ‘Kid Chocolate’ Quillin’s IBF super middleweight eliminator vs Caleb Truax ended in a no-decision at The Armory in Minneapolis, Minnesota on Saturday night.
Peter ‘Kid Chocolate’ Quillin’s, 34-1-1-(23), IBF super middleweight eliminator vs Caleb Truax, 30-4-2-(19), ended in a no decision at The Armory in Minneapolis, Minnesota on Saturday night.
The battle of former world champions was halted after an accidental headbutt in round two left Truax with a severe cut over his right eye. The ringside doctor intervened and stopped the fight.
In another IBF eliminator, this time at middleweight, Sergiy Derevyanchenko, 13-1-(10), scored a 12 round unanimous decision win over “Golden” Jack Culcay, 25-4-(13). Both boxers enjoyed moments of success in a fairly even contest and Culcay edged the championship rounds but Derevyanchenko built up an early lead and hung on to clinch a slim 116-112 twice, and 115-113 decision to become the IBF mandatory challenger.
In other action, super welterweight prospect Joey Spencer, 7-0-(6), outpointed Osias Vasquez over six rounds. The scores were 60-52 twice and 59-53. Vasquez was deducted two points in the contest.