Bardney, Lincolnshire, United Kingdom
Lincoln, Lincolnshire, United Kingdom
15 WINS 0 LOSSES 0 DRAWS
Date: Opponent Location Result Rounds
2019-06-22 Tommy Jacobs Prince’s Theatre, Clacton N/C 8/12
World Boxing Union (WBU) Championship of the World
World Boxing Foundation (WBF) Championship of the World
Referee: Lee Murtagh – Judges: Stephen Smith (UK) 65-67 (for Jacobs), Charlie Cardona (Malta) 64-68 (for Jacobs) & Roger Barnor (Ghana) 65-67 (for Jacobs)
- Decastro warned and deducted one point (Round 3) for Rabbit Punches to back of Jacobs’ head
- The contest was declared a no-contest on the night following Decastro going over the ropes in round 8 and being unable to continue – whilst normally we understand that this would then be a case of referring to the scorecards, however in this case the decision to declare no-contest is that whilst Decastro’s full weight was on the top rope, the rope collapsed (awaiting technical report following investigation regarding rope collapsing).
2019-04-27 Daniel Adjei Sowah University of Lincoln Win 3/12. World Boxing Union (WBU) Super Middleweight Championship of the World
Referee: Lee Murtagh: RTD – Sowah retired on stool between break rounds 3 and 4 Judges: Adrian Thorne 30-26, Roger Barnor 30-26, Charlie Cardona 30-26
2018-09-29 Agoe Ashong Pride Park, Derby Win 12/12
PBC Commonwealth Super Middleweight Championship
Referee: Rob Jones: Judge: Adrian Thorne 119-108, Judge: Mark Wakefield 120-108, Judge James Ancliff 119-109
2018-07-28 David Okai Beach Ballroom, Aberdeen Win 1/8
Referee: Lee Murtagh: TKO 2 Minutes and 12 Seconds of First Round (Bodyshot)
Nathan Decastro’s original opponent Agoe Ashong (11-1-0) failed to secure visa in time to travel, David Okai stepped in as a late replacement.
The contest was originally to be for the Professional Boxing Council (PBC) International and Commonwealth Championships.
2018-04-28 Philip Kotey Pride Park, Derby Win 2/10
PBC International Super Middleweight Championship
Referee: Rob Jones: Referee Stops Contest (RSC) on 3 Minutes of Second Round
Philip Kotey tore his rotator cuff in the dying seconds of the round and was in extreme distress and unable to make it back to his corner unaided, Referee Rob Jones immediately waved the fight off so that the doctor and medical team could attend to his injuries.
Doctor has stated that it should be a minimum of 21 days before Kotey returns to training and as such a 28 Day suspension was deemed the MINIMUM suspension in this case. Ghana Boxing Authority (GBA), who License Philip Kotey have been informed that a medical release is required prior to Philip Kotey competing again.
2018-02-24 Malcolm Richardson Royal Taj, Bradford Win 1/4
Referee: James Ancliff: TKO (Bodyshot) 2 Minutes and 30 Seconds of First round
2017-10-20 Eduard Belas Beach Ballroom, Aberdeen, Scotland Win 1/4
Referee: Lee Murtagh: TKO (Bodyshot) 52 Seconds of First round
Referee: Matt Scriven: TKO (Bodyshot-Broken Rib) 34 Seconds of First round
|7||2016-03-11||76.3||3➞4||Ebenezer Amedor||77.3||0➞0||8 0 0||W||TKO||3/8|
|time: 1:10 referee: Ken Curtis
Amedor down twice in the 1st round and once in the 2nd.
|6||2015-12-05||76.2||1➞3||Eduards Gerasimovs||76.3||0➞0||6 5 1||W||TKO||1/4|
|time: 2:26 referee: Matt Scriven
Gerasimovs down three times.
|time: 1:57 referee: Lee Murtagh
Pro debut for Iljins.
|4||2015-03-29||75.0||1➞1||Elvis Rozembergs||72.1||0➞0||0 1 0||W||TKO||1/4|
|time: 1:05 referee: Jimmy Byrne|
|3||2014-10-25||75.3||0➞1||Deividas Sajauka||74.8||0➞0||4 5 0||W||PTS||4/4|
|referee: Lee Murtagh 40-37|
|2||2014-08-02||74.5||0➞0||Sergej Drob||72.5||0➞0||1 7 1||W||PTS||4/4|
|referee: Steve Holdsworth 40-36|
|1||2014-03-01||75.3||0➞0||Paulius Butvidas||70.7||0➞0||0 2 0||W||TKO||1/4|
|time: 1:05 referee: Alf Sprung
Pro debut for Decastro.