CRUISERWEIGHT SILVER champion Ryan Rozicki (Canada)

April 23rd  at the Griffins Studio in Vancouver, BC, Canada   –   The last fight of current champion Ryan Rozicki against  Sylvera Louis (8-7, 4 KOs)  was not  with the WBC belt at stake as the Committee had not provided the required permission.

Ryan won the bout inside the distance to confirm his unbeaten record in 13 pro fights (13 KOs).

His next defence should be next June . 

More to come.




Previous title defence

Ryan Rozicki (champ)   WTKO3   Vladimir Reznicek  (voluntary challenger)

February 14th             by Daniel Otter            (Three Lions)

Centre 200, Sydney      Nova Scotia  (Canada)

The World Boxing Council International Silver Cruiserweight Championship remained in Cape Breton.   Ryan “The Bruiser” Rozicki retained his crown with a technical knockout win over Vladimir Reznicek during the Valentine’s Day card at Centre 200 on Friday.   The fight was stopped at 1:44 of the third-round by referee Hubert Earle as Reznicek was under fire while on the ropes.     “I think he was one of my toughest opponents – it’s a toss-up between Vladimir and Khetag Pliev,” said Rozicki. “It was quite the battle while it lasted.”     Both Rozicki and Reznicek exchanged various punches in the opening round of the bout, which was scheduled for 10 rounds. Reznicek caught Rozicki with a left hook, which busted the nose of the Sydney Forks native.

The fighters continued to land heavy punches in the second round, bringing the reported crowd of 4,000 fans to their feet, both earning a standing ovation.   Late in the second round, Rozicki landed a left hook to the face of Reznicek, sending the Czech Republic native to the canvas.   However, the challenger recovered and barely hung on to the bell.    “It was almost like I woke up in the second round,” said Rozicki. “The first-round, I felt a little slow and a little rusty, but I’ve been off since September and I’m used to being an active fighter…. the second round he woke the bruiser up.”   In the third round, Rozicki went to work early throwing some heavy shots, taking advantage of a dazed Reznicek, leading to the stoppage in the fight.    Following the stoppage, Rozicki followed Reznicek to his corner, making sure the 31-year-old was OK.    “I’m really glad the referee stopped it when he did,” said Rozicki. “I was genuinely concerned because I knew I hit him hard with everything that I had multiple times in a row, so I was concerned for his safety.”   The 24-year-old Rozicki (12-0-0, 12KOs) first captured the WBC International Silver Cruiserweight Championship last May when he defeated American Shawn Miller by technical knockout in Sydney.

WBC International Cruiserweight Silver Championship

Ryan Kozicki (champ)   WTKO3  Vladimir Reznicek   (voluntary challenger)      

February 14, 2020

Centre 200, Sydney Nova Scotia (Canada)

by Daniel Otter (Three Lions) (10×3)


The fight for the vacant WBC International 200Lbs Silver belt last May

Sydney, Canada (Nova Scotia) 18 May 2019

Vacant WBC International Cruiserweight Silver title bout

Ryan Rozicki (10-0) W KO 3 Shawn Miller (18-5-1,1ND)

Local boxing hero Ryan Rozicki beat Shawn Miller inside three rounds to win this vacant belt.   The new champion, 24, scored his tenth inside the distance win in his tenth pro bout.   He was a good Amateur for Canada fighting the National Championships at super heavy.   He actually looks a much better fighter at cruiserweight in the pro ranks.

Ryan Rozicki    (Nova Scotia, Canada)

W  KO  3

Shawn Miller   (New York State)

FIGHT:      Sydney, Nova Scotia , Canada

May 18th 2019

by Daniel Otter of Three Lions Promotions





Former WBC International Silver champion in this weight class

Fabio TURCHI,   Italy

Ryad   Mehry,  Ivory Coast-Belgium

Jon-Lewis Dickinson,  England

Stephen  Simmons,  Scotland

Mateusz  Masternak,  Poland

Dmytro  Kucher,  Ukraine

Mirko  Larghetti,  Italy