24th March 2017 – St Julians Malta

 

 

EVENT REPORT & RESULTS

 

Date: Friday 24th March 2017

Promoter: Damon Booth & Lee McAllister (Assassin Promotions)

Venue: Le Meridien Hotel, 39 Main Street, Balluta Bay, St Julians, Malta

 

BIBA Chief Inspector/Supervisor:

Gianluca Di Caro

Inspector:

Ed Law

Referees:

Charlie Cardona

Time Keeper:

Amy Cardona

Doctors:

Dr Mark Xuereb

Chief Trauma Nurse:

Tea Cekic

Intensive Care Nurse:

Miriana Roza

Minor Injuries Paramedics:

Noel Buhagiar

Patrick Xuereb

Ambulance – Plus 2 Paramedics: Saint James Hospital, Malta

 

RESULTS

 

BOUT 1 – 8 x 3 Minute Super Welterweight Contest

Scott Dixon                 41-11-4

Vs

Will Cairns                  3-4-0

Weights:

Scott Dixon                 69.4kg

Will Cairns                  72kg

Winner:

Scott Dixon

Referee:

Charlie Cardona

Result:

TKO (Bodyshot) – Referee stops contest 2 Minute and 24 Seconds of the Third Round.

Suspension:

N/A

Notes:

Will Cairns down in third from a heavy body-shot, he recovered and beat the count but about twenty seconds later down from a second heavy body-shot, immediately Referee Charlie Cardona elected to stop the contest.

UPDATED RECORDS:

Scott Dixon 42-11-4 Will Cairns 3-5-0

 

BOUT 2 – 4 x 3 Minute Light Heavyweight Contest

Damon Booth             Debut

Vs

Marty Kayes              3-27-0

Weights

Damon Booth             78.2kg

Marty Kayes              76.5kg

Winner:

Damon Booth

Referee:

Charlie Cardona

Result

Points 39-38

Suspension

N/A

Notes:

N/A

UPDATED RECORDS:

Damon Booth 1-0-0   Marty Kayes 3-28-0

 

Additional Event Notes:

  1. The BIBA Introduced Infra-Scanners for the first time on a Maltese event to test for bleeds on the brain both pre and post contests.

Unlike in the debuting event for the scanners, in the case of this event the scans were made immediately after the individual contests, rather than take an extended break and scan participants of two or three contests, which will be the case at all future events

For future events this procedure will be initiated immediately that will enable the boxers to be immediately scanned post fight without any delay to the event schedule.

      2. Dr Mark Xuereb successfully operated the Dynamic Boxers Monitoring and Intervention System (DBMIS) once more at this event.
 
This unique procedure, developed by Dr Xuereb and his team, enables the Ringside Medical team members to monitor boxers throughout pre-fight preparations as well as in competition from different positions around the ring.
 
A major benefit of this new procedure is that besides the monitoring of boxers throughout pre-contest and from various positions ringside, it also provides the Medical team the ability to attend to an injured boxer more quickly if required.