June fight results

— -- Thursday, June 3
At Mount Pleasant, Mich. -- Chris Byrd scored a fourth-round TKO over Jose Ribalta, heavyweights.

Friday, June 4
At Philadelphia (ESPN2 Friday Night Fights) -- Orlando Canizales scored a sixth-round TKO over Richard DeJesus, featherweights; Billy Irwin knocked out John Lark in the second round, lightweights; Sammy Ahmad scored an eight-round decision over John Scully, light heavyweights.

At Biloxi, Miss. -- David Izon, Pensacola, Fla., knocked out Terrance Lewis, Philadelphia, in the fifth round, heavyweights; Billy Lewis knocked out Andre Haddock in the first round, light heavyweights; Julian Wheeler outpointed Victor McKinnis in 12 rounds, junior welterweights; Harold Warren outpointed David Tetteh in 10 rounds, lightweights.

Saturday, June 5
At Biloxi, Miss. -- Roy Jones, 174, Pensacola, Fla., won a unanimous decision over Reggie Johnson, 171, Houston, 12, to retain the WBA and WBC light heavyweight titles and win Johnson's IBF title; Vassily Jirov scored a seventh-round TKO over Arthur Williams to capture the IBF cruiserweight title; Derrick Gainer scored a sixth-round TKO over Donovan Carey, junior lightweights.

At Cardiff, Wales -- Joe Calzaghe scored a 12-round unanimous decision over Rich Thornberry to retain his WBO super middleweight title.

At Las Vegas -- Jorge Luis Gonzalez scored a third-round TKO over Alex Stewart, heavyweights; Syd Vanderpool scored a seventh-round TKO over Mario Iribarren, junior middleweights.

Monday, June 7
At Anaheim, Calif. -- Antonio Ramirez, 130, Dominican Republic, outpointed Julio Sanchez Leon, 130, Mexico, 12, to capture the NABO vacant junior lightweight title; Isidro Garcia, 112, Los Angeles, stopped Antonio Ruiz, 112, Mexico, 11, to retain his NABO flyweight title.

At Tijuana, Mexico -- Diego Morales scored a ninth-round TKO over Victor Godoi to capture the WBO super flyweight title.

Friday, June 11
At Fort Worth, Texas (ESPN2 Friday Night Fights) -- Danny Romero and Enrique Jupiter fought to a draw, super bantamweights; Cory Spinks won a 8-round unanimous decision over Rodolfo Gomez, junior welterweights; Eric "Butterbean" Esch scored a 4-round unanimous decision over Russell Chasteen, heavyweights.

At Verona, N.Y. -- Carl Daniels won a 10-round decision over Bobby Heath, junior middleweights; Henry Hughes won a 10-round decision over Greg Haugen, welterweights; Luther Smith knocked out Jesus Arroyo in the fourth round, welterweights.

Saturday, June 12
At Indio, Calif. -- Diego Corrales, Sacramento, Calif., stopped Angel Aldama, Mexico, in the fourth round, lightweights; Eric Morel, Madison, Wis., stopped Lorenzo Trejo, Mexico, in the fourth round, super flyweights.

At Worcester, Mass. -- Byron Mitchell, Ozark, Ala., stopped Frankie Liles, Los Angeles, in the 11th round to win the WBA super middleweight title; John Ruiz, Chelsea, Mass., stopped Fernely Feliz, Dominican Republic, in the seventh round to retain the WBA North American heavyweight title; Lincoln Carter won a 10-round decision over Tyrone Armstead, light heavyweights; Richard Hall knocked out Fabian Hall in the second round, light heavyweights; Nana Konadu won a 10-round decision over Hector Acero-Sanchez, bantamweights.

Sunday, June 13
At Seoul, Korea -- Cho In-joo knocked out Pone Saengmorakot in the eighth round to retain his WBC junior bantamweight title.

At Gold Coast, Australia -- Joe Bugner, Australia, won by disqualification over Levi Billups, San Diego, in the ninth round for repeated low blows.

Friday, June 18
At Struthers, Ohio (ESPN2 Friday Night Fights) -- Hector Camacho scored a 10-round unanimous decision over P.J. Goossen, junior middleweights; Robert West knocked out Tom Younan in the fifth round, junior middleweights; Gary Winmon scored an eight-round unanimous decision victory over Waxxon Fikes, heavyweights.

At Fayetteville, N.C. -- Larry Holmes, Easton, Pa., stopped James Smith, Fayetteville, N.C., in the eighth round, heavyweights; Greg Page, Louisville, Ky., stopped Tim Witherspoon, Philadelphia, in the seventh round, heavyweights; Billy Costello, Kingston, N.Y., outpointed Juan LaPorte, Puerto Rico, in 10 rounds, middleweights.

Saturday, June 19
At Miami -- Joel Casamayor, Miami, outpointed Antonio Hernandez, Mexico, in 12 rounds to win the WBA interim super featherweight title; Diobelys Hurtado, Miami, won a 10-round unanimous decision over Lonnie Smith, Denver, junior welterweights.

At New York -- Michael Grant, Chicago, won a 10-round unanimous decision over Lou Savarese, New York, heavyweights; Maurice Harris, Newark, N.J., won a 10-round unanimous decision over Jeremy Williams, Long Beach, Calif., heavyweights.

Monday, June 21
At Inglewood, Calif. -- Henry Bruseles, Puerto Rico, stopped Juan Giron, Mexico, in the fourth round, junior welterweights; Luis Perez, Puerto Rico, stopped Rosemberg Palacios, Colombia, in the seventh round, junior welterweights.

Wednesday, June 23
At Chicago -- Angel Manfredy knocked out Luis Lizarraga in the seventh round, lightweights; Montell Griffin knocked out Tim Cooper in the third round, light heavyweights.

Friday, June 25
At Ledyard, Conn. (ESPN2 Friday Night Fights) -- Vinny Pazienza, Cranston, Rhode Island, won a 10-round split decision over Esteban Cervantes, super middleweights; Robert Frazier and Andrew Murray fought to a 10-round draw, junior middleweights; .

Saturday, June 26
At London -- Vitaly Klitschko knocked out Herbie Hide in the second round, heavyweights; Julius Francis won a 12-round decision over Scott Welch, heavyweights; Orlin Norris knocked out Pele Reid in the first round, heavyweights.

At Wroclaw, Poland -- Andrew Golota knocked out Quinn Navarre in the sixth round, heavyweights.

At Las Vegas -- Paulie Ayala won a 12-round unanimous decision over Johnny Tapia to win the WBA bantamweight title; Butterbean knocked out Peter McNeeley, heavyweights; Stevie Johnston won a unanimous decision over Aldo Rios to defend the WBC lightweight championship; Yori Boy Campas won a 10-round decision over Ron Weaver, junior middleweights.

Sunday, June 27
At Tokyo -- Lavka Sim knocked out Takenori Hatakeyama in the fifth round to retain the WBA junior lightweight title.