In addition to the triumph of Sebastian Fundora, Mikaela Mayer dominates Jennifer Han in Eric Armit’s worldwide motion round-up
LAS VEGAS, USA
In a dramatic super-welterweight battle which noticed each fighters on the canvas SEBASTIAN FUNDORA, 19-0-1 (13), ultimately battered and bloodied ERICKSON LUBIN, 24-2 (17), right into a retirement defeat on the finish of the ninth spherical.
Lubin was freely giving a lot of top and attain to the freakishly tall Fundora and needed to attempt to work his means inside. He was doing that late within the second spherical when he was nailed by a proper uppercut that dropped him closely. He was up rapidly however shaken when the bell saved him. They fought fiercely from there with Lubin simply having the sting, regardless of an injured nostril and a swelling round his eyes. In an exciting seventh spherical Fundora seemed on the verge of victory as he drove Lubin across the ring underneath a torrent of punches. Simply when it seemed as if the referee may step in Lubin exploded a proper which shocked Fundora. Now it was Lubin pounding Fundora to the ground with clubbing pictures.
Fundora made it to his ft and though Lubin landed two extra crunching rights Fundora survived the few remaining seconds within the spherical. Lubin was in entrance on two playing cards however over the eighth and ninth Fundora’s punches worsened the broken already suffered by Lubin. On the finish of the ninth his crew pulled their bruised and bloody man out of this epic scrap. Fundora strikes as much as No.3 within the 154lbs rankings whereas Lubin, beforehand third himself, slips to sixth.
In one other super-welterweight contest TONY HARRISON, 29-3-1 (21), took a unanimous determination over SERGIO GARCIA, 33-2 (14). Garcia rocked Harrison within the second however after that Harrison outboxed Garcia. The Spaniard pressed laborious attempting to pull Harrison right into a brawl however Harrison caught to his recreation plan successful on scores of 100-90 twice and 98-92.
A 3rd super-welterweight match noticed Mexican KEVIN SALGADO, 14-0-1 (9), and BRYANT PERRELLA, 17-3-2 (14), finish all even after ten rounds with the judges scoring the battle 97-93 for Perrella, 96-94 for Salgado and 95-95.
SAN ANTONIO, USA
A stuttering return from a very long time out of the ring for RYAN GARCIA, 22-0 (18). He had hassle pinning down a clumsy and elusive EMMANUEL TAGOE 32-2 (15). Combating at super-lightweight, Garcia had Tagoe down within the second then chased in useless because the Ghanaian went into survival mode. Garcia was not chopping off the ring and too usually allowed Tagoe to stifle his assaults by clinching.
Though a winner by a large margins of 119-108 twice and 118-109, the consequences of the out-of-the-ring troubles and comprehensible rust following 15 months of inactivity confirmed. In a flyweight contest Olympic bronze medallist MARLEN ESPARZA, 12-1 (1), grouped a few alphabet titles along with a large unanimous determination over NAOKO FUJIOKA, 19-3-1 (7), on scores of 100-90 twice and 97-93.
At super-middleweight, SHANE MOSLEY JNR, 18-4 (10), took a majority verdict over a absolutely fading GABRIEL ROSADO, 26-15-1 (15). It was a poor contest the place the scores different broadly at 98-92 and 97-93 for Mosley and 95-95.
A brilliant-bantamweight battle noticed AZAT HOVHANNISYAN, 21-3 (17), drop DAGOBERTO AGUERO, 15-2 (10), twice within the second spherical with the referee then stopping the battle.
COSTA MESA, USA
Tremendous-featherweight MIKAELA MAYER, 17-0 (5), held on to her two sanctioning physique super-featherweight straps as she outboxed JENNIFER HAN, 18-5-1 (1). Mayer was lower over her left by a punch within the first however she dominated the motion, bloodying Han’s nostril within the fourth and staggering her twice within the eighth on the best way to a victory on scores of 100-90 twice and 99-91.
GIOVANI SANTILLAN, 29-0 (16), used a targeted physique assault to put on down and cease JEOVANIS BARRAZA, 23-3 (15), within the seventh spherical.
The Moloney twins each scored wins. Bantamweight JASON MOLONEY, 23-2 (18), outfought a tricky FRANCISCO PEDROZA, 17-10-2 (10), who was aggressive early however fell away underneath relentless stress from Moloney with the judges’ playing cards studying 99-91 twice and 100-90. Combating at super-flyweight ANDREW MOLONEY, 23-2,1NC (15), handed out a savage beating to gutsy GILBERTO MENDOZA, 19-12-3 (10), earlier than the referee halted the battle late within the tenth spherical.
LUIS LOPEZ, 25-2 (14), floored RAUL CHIRINO, 19-14 (12), within the second spherical and twice extra within the third earlier than placing Chirino down and out within the fourth. Featherweight Lopez is the obligatory challenger for Josh Warrington’s alphabet title and retains his place at 10th on the earth rankings.
Unbeaten Mexican Olympian, LINDOLFO DELGADO, 15-0 (13), floored Argentinian GUSTAVO VITTORI, 25-11-1 (12), twice within the second spherical of their super-lightweight battle with the referee stopping it after the second knockdown.
Unbeaten ANGEL AYALA, 14-0 (6), pulled off an enormous upset as he outpointed former alphabet flyweight title holder CRISTOFER ROSALES, 32-6 (21), on scores of 120-107, 116-111 and 116-112.
Bantamweight DINA THORSLUND, 18-0 (7), retained her alphabet belt outclassing Venezuelan NIORIKIS CARRENO, 22-3 (17), and successful on scores of 99-91 twice and 100-90. On the undercard, and in his first bout since September 2020, super-featherweight ALEX DILMAGHANI, 20-2-1 (8), took the judges nod at 77-75 twice and 78-74 towards Colombian VICTOR JULIO.
Former Commonwealth flyweight champion THOMAS ESSOMBA, 11-7-1 (4), was too good for native fighter MICHAEL NIELSEN with all three playing cards studying 80-72 for Essomba.
Unbeaten super-featherweight MICHAEL MAGNESI, 21-0 (13), impressed with a fifth spherical stoppage of Mexican DENNIS CONTRERAS, 24-12-1 (22).
Italian cruiserweight SIMONE FEDERICI 19-2-1 (8) overcame a foul lower suffered within the fourth spherical of his battle towards Ukrainian LYUBOMYR PINCHUK 14-3-1 (8) to take the unanimous determination at 97-93 twice and 99-91.
In bantamweight fights ALESSIO LORUSSO 17-4-2 (6) retained the European Union title with a twelfth spherical stoppage of Spaniard JACOB BARRETO 13-5 (5) and VINCENZO PICARDI 6-0 (1) efficiently defended his nationwide title on scores of 97-93 twice and 98-92 towards CLAUDIO GRANDE 6-2 (3).