Dominic “Dominator” Babineau
December 2nd Edmonton Boxing fans will be able to see a young Canadian rising star in professional boxing.
Dominic currently stands at 6 and 0 as a pro in the ring. He will square off against another rising star from western Canada Justin Hocko . Hocko currently stands with a professional record of 3 wins 0 losses and 2 draws. Hocko is coming off a recent win October 28 in Winnipeg.
Domenic made his pro debut in March 2014 in front of his hometown crowd and made short work of his opponent David McQuaker with a 1st round stoppage at Casino NB. His second win came November 28, 2015 in Dartmouth at the Sportsplex when he fought a very game young boxer from Nova Scotia named Jesse Macmillan . The two battled it out over 6 rounds and Dominic picked up the UD winning the Atlantic Canadian C.P.B.C Title Super featherweight division . A few months later March 19, 2016 in Moncton at the Lions club Dominic totally dominated mma fighter turned boxer Brad Young in his debut with a KO in the first round. Two months later May 14th 2016 at the Atkin Center in Fredericton would see Babineau vs Mac MIllan 2 in which would have a different outcome then their first fight. Dominic scored an impressive win via tko this outing in Fredericton putting him at 4 and 0 . Moncton NB June 25th Dominic Babineau scored a KO win over Keegan Oliver in front of his home town crowd. His last and most recent fight took place October 15th in Fredericton NB with a 6 round UD win over Cristian Rodrigo Gonzalez in front of over 3000 fans .
Dominic has an impressive amateur background as a 2 time Canadian Champion and also a Canada Games Gold medalist. He has been boxing since 12 yrs of age under the guidance of his Coach Phil Baraly at Baraly’s Rival Boxing Gym in Moncton NB. Dominic has a new passion for the sport as a professional and is a rising star on the scene. He is gathering a huge fan base here in the Maritimes and what people like most about him is his skills and ability as well as his demeanor inside and outside of the boxing ring. When you see Dominic in the ring pay close attention and Don’t Blink
The C.P.B.C. had the pleasure Saturday Night of Honoring right in his home town of Saskatoon Johnny Devison with the C.P.B.C. Lifetime Champion Award.
During the Intermission C.P.B.C. representative Jamie Taylor called to the ring Mr. Johnny Devison to make the presentation to him. Johnny a former Bantam-weight Canadian Champion has been in the sport for many many years in many aspects of it and continues to stay involved. On behalf of the C.P.B.C. and all its members it was a pleasure honoring you Mr. Devison. Thanks for all you have done and accomplished in the sport of professional boxing
Saturday 22 October 2016
Bell Centre, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Ghislain Maduma 18 2 0 L Ricky Sismundo 30 9 3 UD
David Lemieux 35 3 0 W Cristian Fabian Rios 21 7 3 UD
Steven Butler 17 0 1 W Janks Trotter 10 3 1 TKO
vacant IBF North American super welterweight title
Mian Hussain 16 0 0 L Silverio Ortiz 34 18 0 TKO
D’Mitrius Ballard 14 0 0 W Gergo Horvath 9 1 1 TKO
David Theroux 11 1 0 L Jose Emilio Perea 23 7 0 MD
Simon Kean 5 0 0 W David Torres Garcia 10 3 0 TKO
Batyrzhan Jukembayev 5 0 0 W Ivan Pereyra 20 7 0 TKO
Mathieu Germain 7 0 0 W Manuel Mares 16 9 0 UD
Ablaikhan Khussainov 2 0 0 W Attila Csereklye 6 2 0 TKO
Paul Bzdel 6 8 1 W Francesco Cotroni 11 8 1 UD
interim Canada – Professional Boxing Council (C.P.B.C.) middleweight title
Michelle Nelson 4 3 0 L Stephanie Essensa 1 1 0 UD
Wayne Smith 0 5 1 D Ian Abbott 1 0 0 PTS
Kye Sabo 2 2 1 W Jessie MacMillan 1 6 2 UD
Roddick Batson debut W Brian Settee debut KO