Whyte Stops Povetkin In Rematch

Gibraltar – Dillian Whyte (28-2, 19 KO)

redeems himself tonight winning the WBC Diamand & interim heavyweight titles after stopping Alexander Povetkin (36-3-1, 25 KO) in four rounds.

Whyte not holding back starts off quick landing big shots on Povetkin who fires back looses his balance after taking a good counter shot by Whyte in the opening round.

Whyte using a blinding jab on Povetkin in round two coming inside throwing hard hooks on Whyte as both fighters go right after each other.

Whyte rocks Povetkin with a hard overhand right in round three he took it good, Whyte trying to time Povetkin with a big shot.

Whyte catches Povetkin with an explosive right hand stays on the assault sending Povetkin down to the canvas with a left hook he was certainly hurt by the attack the referee jumps in to wave off the fight after Povetkin corner threw in the towel ending the contest at the official time 2:39 seconds of round four by TKO victory.

Heavyweight puncher Fabio Wardley (11-0, 10 KO) stops Eric Molina (27-7, 19 KO) in five rounds.

In the opening round Molina catches Wardley with two overhand right hands Wardley sticking the jab scoring shots looking to time Molina with a big shot.

Molina sticking to the body shots on Wardley who stays with the jab but drops his hands very low.

Wardley continues to fight with caution not letting his hands go on Molina.

Wardley taking a lot of shots grin Molina counters him at spurts, Wardley rallied with good counter shots to end round three.

Molina wants to be close sticking with body shots he catches Wardley with a hard shot Wardley stepped in returned fire catching Molina with a hard right hand with combination that drops him to the canvas as referee reaches the count of ten at the official time :52 seconds of round five by TKO victory.

Ted “The Big Cheese” Cheeseman (17-2, 10 KO) becomes once again the British Super Welterweight Champion after stoping

James “Kid Shamrock” Metcalf (21-0, 13 KO) in round eleven in a epic battle in Gibraltar.

British Super Welterweight Title

No feel out round for Metcalf and Cheeseman exchanging hard shots in the center of the ring, Metcalf steps in range very nice to land good counter shots on Cheeseman.

Cheeseman got into Metcalf wheel house getting hit with a bunch of punches, Cheeseman keeping the aggression staying in Metcalf face.

Metcalf gets caught with a big right hand by Cheeseman who follows up with a big upper cut that landed cleanly as Metcalf battles back taking the shots well.

Cheeseman explodes with a hard right hand that buckles Metcalf jumps right on him with three more hard right hands unbelievably Metcalf did not fall surviving that on slot by Cheeseman in round four.

Cheeseman fighting smart moving in angles clearly taking a lot out of Metcalf looks like Cheeseman is setting traps in round six taking advantage of Metcalf slowing down.

Metcalf found some life in round seven catches Cheeseman with a big shot just doing what’s normal for him letting his hands fly.

Metcalf taking advantage in round eight pressuring Cheeseman in the corner landing big shots on him taking the fight right to him.

Cheeseman needs to do something big in the Championship rounds.

Metcalf is just loosing the battle in close quarters against Cheeseman.

Metcalf explodes with a hard right hand in round eleven Cheeseman returns fire landing a big right then left hand dropping Metcalf finishing him off at 3:10 seconds of round eleven by KO victory.

The Hatton Legacy Continues with Campbell Hatton Pro Debut Victory

Lightweight Campbell “The Hurricane” Hatton (1-0) son of boxing Legend Ricky Hatton dominates in his professional debut by scoring a four round unanimous decision victory over Jesus Ruiz from Spain.

Hatton starts off quick dropping hard shots to the body of Ruiz who jumped right into survival mode grabbing on to Hatton through the opening round.

Difficult to really see what Campbell Hatton really has with this opposition.

Hatton sticking with the left hook to the body on Ruiz who just denotes a matter of time before he’s put away.

Hatton continues to breakdown Ruiz loading up with hard shots controlling the fight as the

Judges have it 40-36.

Michael “The Problem” McKinson (20-0, 2 KO) had all cylinder going tonight becoming the new WBO Global Welterweight Champion after beating Chris “Too Slick” Kongo (12-1, 7 KO) to a ten round unanimous decision victory.

McKinson catches Kongo with a hard left hand gets his attention early on, McKinson catches Kongo with a short left hook scoring a flash knockdown in the opening round.

Kongo in round two creating a little distance trying to catch McKinson walking into a shot.

Kongo sticks with a blinding jab with a right hand behind it controlling the range keeping McKinson right in front of him.

Kongo setting his shots up with the jab catches McKinson with a hard left hand giving him problems in round four.

McKinson buzzed Kongo in round five with a hard counter left sends Kongo back momentarily.

McKinson coming on a bit in round eight catches Kongo with multiple shots as we go to the judges scorecards after ten rounds 97-93, 96-94, 95-94. for McKinson.

Pfeifer Gets Caught In The Webb

Nick “Wild” Webb (17-2, 13 KO) becomes the IBO International Heavyweight Champion after stopping Erik Pfeifer (7-1, 5 KO) in two rounds.

Webb coming out quick in the opening round popping the jab at Pfeifer counters with overhand rights, Webb staying sharp cutting the ring landing shots.

Webb throwing bombs drops

Pfeifer with a hard right hand in round two, Pfeifer down two more times the fight is over great performance by Webb finishing him off at 1:51 seconds of round two winner by TKO victory.

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Main Card Begins Tomorrow at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT on NBCSN,

 Bonus Undercard Action Streams Live at 5 p.m. ET/2 p.m. PT on Twitch

Main Card Available on Telemundo Puerto Rico (WKAQ) at 9 p.m. AST

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SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico – Ahead of Ring City USA’s first world title fight in a main event, seven-division world champion and future Hall of Famer Amanda Serrano (39-1-1, 29 KOs) and three-division titlist Daniela Bermudez (29-3-3, 10 KOs) both made weight successfully. On Thursday night, live on NBC Sports Network (9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT), the two pound-for-pound champions will battle for Serrano’s WBO and WBC featherweight world titles from Plaza del Quinto Centenario in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico. Available on NBC Sports Network and NBC Sports app in the United States and Puerto Rico, bonus undercard action begins around the world at 5 p.m. ET/2 p.m. PT on Twitch. 


Co-featured on the NBC Sports Network broadcast is a pair of eight-round super bantamweight fights featuring identical twin brothers. Puerto Rico’s Abimael ‘Manos de Piedra’ Ortiz (8-0-1, 4 KOs) battles Mexico-born Eduardo ‘Lalo El Gemelo’ Baez (18-1-2, 6 KOs), who now fights out of Calexico, Calif., while hard-hitting Carlos ‘Purin’ Caraballo (13-0-0, 13 KOs) of Ponce, P.R., hits the squared circle against Leonardo ‘Leon’ Baez(18-3-0, 9 KOs) of Mexicali, Mexico. 


Headlining the Twitch undercard broadcast, which begins at 5 p.m. ET/2 p.m. PT, Juan Carlos ‘El Indio’ Camacho (11-1, 6 KOs) of Juana Diaz, P.R., clashes with Marvin Solano (23-5, 8 KOs) in a scheduled eight-round bantamweight bout. Competing in an eight-round junior middleweight bout, two San Juan natives will battle when Luis Midyael ‘Diamante Negro’ Sanchez(8-1, 6 KOs) faces Ryan Pino(8-5-2, 4 KOs). Hitting the squared circle in a six-round flyweight bout, highly touted prospect Oscar Collazo (2-0, 2 KOs) of Villaiba, P.R. challenges veteran Francisco ‘El Remanche’ Bonilla(6-9-3, 3 KOs) of Chihuahua, Mexico. Fighting in an eight-round women’s super flyweight bout, former three-time world champion Arely ‘Ametralladora’ Mucino-Reyes (28-3-2, 10 KOs) of Monterrey, Mexico battles Lucia ‘Maravilla’ Hernandez-Nunez (7-10) of Mexico City, Mexico. Opening up the action on the Twitch portion of the broadcast in a four-round lightweight bout, 19-year-old Angel Carranza-Jimenez(1-0, 1KO) of Hatillo, P.R. faces off against battle-tested veteran Eduardo Melendez(5-29, 1 KO) of Ponce, P.R.


Official weights and officials from Puerto Rico:

WBO & WBC Featherweight Title Fight – 10 Rounds

Amanda Serrano – 124.8 lbs.

Daniela Bermudez – 125.0 lbs.

Referee: Roberto Ramirez, Jr.

Judges: Lisa Giampa, Thomas Nardone, Nelson Vazquez.


Super Bantamweight Fight – 8 Rounds

Abimael Ortiz – 121.8 lbs. 

Eduardo Baez – 121.6 lbs.

Referee: Luis Pabon

Judges: Nelson Vazquez, Luis Ruiz, Idalia Parra.


Super Bantamweight Fight – 8 Rounds

Carlos Caraballo – 120.2 lbs.

Leonardo Baez – 119.6 lbs.

Referee: Roberto Ramirez, Jr.

Judges: Luis Ruiz, Idalia Parra, Carlos Colon.


Bantamweight Fight – 6 Rounds

Juan Carlos Camacho – 116.4 lbs.

Marvin Solano – 117.6 lbs.

Referee: Roberto Ramirez, Jr.

Judges: Carlos Colon, Luis Ruiz, Nelson Vazquez.


Junior Middleweight Fight – 8 Rounds

Luis Midyael Sanchez – 149.6 lbs.

Ryan Pino – 147.6 lbs.

Referee: Luis Pabon

Judges: Nelson Vazquez, Luis Ruiz, Idalia Parra.


Super Flyweight Fight – 6 Rounds

Oscar Collazo – 111.6 lbs.

Francisco Bonilla – 111.6 lbs.

Referee: Roberto Ramirez, Sr.

Judges: Carlos Colon, Idalia Parra, Nelson Vazquez.


Super Flyweight Fight – 8 Rounds

Arely Mucino-Reyes – 115.0 lbs.

Lucia Hernandez-Nunez – 109.2 lbs.

Referee: Roberto Ramirez, Jr. 

Judges: Carlos Colon, Idalia Parra, Luis Ruiz.


Lightweight Fight – 4 Rounds

Angel Carranza-Jimenez – 130.8 lbs.

Eduardo Melendez – 131.6 lbs.

Referee: Roberto Ramirez, Sr.

Judges: Carlos Colon, Luis Ruiz, Nelson Vazquez.


Catch up on fight week in Puerto Rico ahead of tomorrow’s stacked card, including the Official Trailer for Serrano vs. Bermudez and fighter features hosted by Ring City’s Curran Bhatia with Amanda Serrano and Daniela Bermudez.

Subscribe to Ring City USA on Twitch for undercard action and an exclusive post-fight presentation following the evening’s main event. Follow Ring City USA on FacebookTwitter and Instagram for the latest updates during fight week in Puerto Rico or visit www.ringcityusa.com for more information. 

Sanchez Crushes Gonzalez in WBA Fedecentro Title Fight

Tampa, Florida – Saul “The Beast” Sanchez (16-1, 9 KO) from Pacoima, California. becomes the WBA Fedecentro Bantamweight Champion after stopping

Frank “El Castigador”Gonzalez (8-2, 4 KO) from Miami, Florida. who was dropped three times by Sanchez the referee waved off the contest due to the three knockdown rule ending the fight at 1:47 seconds of the opening round by TKO victory in the main event live from the Bryan Glazer Family JCC.

Tampa, Florida. Live on Boxeo Telemundo.

Welterweight puncher Kenny Robles (8-1, 3 KO) from Staten Island, New York outworked very tough Issac Luna (5-3, 1 KO) from El Paso, Texas. scoring a six round unanimous decision victory over Luna by keeping the pressure on him throughout the contest Judges tally’s were 58-56, 59-55, 58-56 in favor for Robles.

Lightweight puncher Maliek Montgomery (8-0, 8 KO) blasted Kris Berberich from Wasilla, AK. with hard shots ending his night at the official time :59 seconds of round one by KO victory.

Middleweight Marcus Willis (20-7, 6 KO) scores a six round unanimous decision win over Aaron Garcia (16-10-1, 11 KO) from Chicago, Illinois

Judges scorecards read 60-55, 59-55 (2x) in favor for Willis.

Middleweight Ricardo Graham (2-0, 1 KO) from St. Petersburg, Florida. scores a four round unanimous decision win over very tough Alberto Delgado from Mexico City, Mexico.

Delgado never got it going or himself allowing Graham to dictate the pace of the fight as we go to the judges scorecards 39-37, 39-37, 40-36 in favor for Graham.

Lightweight sensation Julio Solis (4-0, 4 KO) from Tampa,Florida returns to Boxeo Telemundo series with an impressive stoppage against Nicholas Colins (0-1) from Anchorage, Alaska by knocking him out at :35 seconds of the opening stanza by way of KO victory.

Middleweight Zamy Larry (2-1) from Clearwater, Florida made easy work out of opponent John Portal from Mexico City, Mexico. by finishing him off at the official time 1:23 seconds of round one by KO victory.


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SAN JUAN PUERTO RICO – Outside the ensogado, former Mexican world champion Arely Muciño and former Puerto Rican world champion Ángel ‘Tito’ Acosta enjoy a stable relationship as a couple that they wish to extend until the end of their days. But inside the ropes they also share a well-defined goal: to be world champions again after almost two years of inactivity and to make history in the process. And it is that there has never been a married couple as world boxing champions at the same time! “We have visualized it. We have discussed it. Imagine! It would be spectacular, ”commented Muciño, who along with her husband will be active on the billboards of the Ring City USA series on NBC Sports in Puerto Rico, both in preparatory matches for their respective World Cup events in the summer and fall of this year. .

Acosta (21-2 with 21 KO’s) will compete with Aztec Gilberto Mendoza (17-9-3 with 8 KO’s) in the semi-star fight on Thursday, March 18 at the Albergue Olímpico in Salinas, while Muciño (28- 3-2 with 10 KO’s) will do the same against his compatriot Lucía Hernández Núñez (7-10) during the event on May 25 at the Plaza del Quinto Centerario in Old San Juan.

If successful, Acosta would be challenging the Japanese Together Nakatani (21-0 with 16 KO’s) for the 112-pound scepter of the World Boxing Organization and Muciño would finally have his turn against Argentina’s Anahí López to regain the 112-pound belt. WBO pounds he had to give up after sustaining an injury.

“We have both worked conscientiously for these fights. Defeat is not on our minds. Tito cannot fail this March 18, nor can I fail on March 25. The important thing is to focus on these fights and the rest will settle down, ”said Muciño, who has won four world championships and has just signed with Miguel Cotto Promotions and Golden Boy. Promotions

“I am very happy and grateful to Miguel Cotto Promotions and Golden Boy Promotions for this opportunity. It is a great step in my career, where we have been breaking stone from below in Mexican women’s boxing and I hope to have a great debut in the company on May 25, ”added the fighter from Monterrey. “We are very happy that Arely has trusted our company together with Golden Boy to once again seek a world championship opportunity. She is a proven warrior and we know she will make history again by becoming a world champion for the fifth time,” commented Miguel Cotto.

But not everything has been a fairy tale for Muciño and Acosta in the face of these events. By the time the two were getting to know each other, Acosta lost his 108-pound world title to Mexico’s Elwin Soto and soon after Muciño suffered an accident in which he dislocated an ankle and had to hand over his interim WBO world belt. Then then came global COVID and prolonged downtime.

However, as the saying goes: “There is no harm that does not come”.

“When we started together we had a ‘bad streak’. Titus lost the title to him. Then I had a championship opportunity in England against Nicole Adams but I had my accident and I couldn’t fight. Then came COVID-19. Times were tough. But that’s where Tito showed me that he was the man he deserved in my life. He was always there to support me, ”said Muciño.

“Suddenly, everything settled down. During that inactive time I terminated my contract with my previous promoter. Now I come back and the doors were opened to me with Cotto Promotions and Golden Boy. Everything happened at the time God chose. Now we both come very prepared, very hungry to vindicate ourselves and we are going to do it together ”.

In fact, both Muciño and Acosta were training in Mexico at the end of 2019 under the tutelage of Juan Muciño, Arely’s father, with a view to their return to the ensogado. Later, both came to Puerto Rico, where Acosta continued his training for the tutelage of Jim Pagán and José Bonet and Muciño visited various local gyms to do some ‘sparring’.

“Between what I’ve been working in Mexico and now in Puerto Rico, I’ve been preparing for this comeback for about six months and now campaigning at 112 pounds. I was originally training for my championship opportunity but since it was postponed, I continued training in Puerto Rico and now I will have this preparatory fight on March 18, ”Acosta said.

“Mendoza is an experienced fighter with 29 fights, he has only had two knockouts and he always puts up good fights. But I hit hard and I want to see if my hit can hold up, “said Acosta about his duel set at 114 pounds and that will serve as a prelude to the stellar fight between his friend Alberto Machado and the Aztec Ángel Fierro during the poster that will be held at the Albergue Olímpico

“This fight with Mendoza is very important because a slip could cost me my dream of being champion again. My approach is as if it were an elimination fight. There is no room for mistakes. I come well prepared and I come from good sparring with fighters like Yankiel Rivera, Oscar Collazo and Héctor Pérez from “Team La Perla”. They are going to see a dominant ‘Tito’ Acosta on March 18. ”

Of both succeeding during their commitments on March 18 and 25, respectively, the ideal scenario for Muciño is that both dispute world crowns on the same card to seek to make history.

“I imagine both in the same function. The company of both is the same. They can be done. They know the quality of each one. We could be champions the same night! The adrenaline, the motivation, both for each other, would be tremendous. We both know the sacrifice, what it costs to become a champion and how to achieve that goal. That’s where we’re going, ”Muciño added.

Saul Sanchez Training Camp

Photo by Kyte Monroe / Thompson Boxing Promotions
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LOS ANGELES, CA  Thompson Boxing Promotions’ top contender, Saul “The Beast” Sanchez (15-1, 8 KOs), will be looking to make a statement in his first bout of 2021 this Friday, March 19th, when he takes on Frank “El Castigador” Gonzalez(8-1, 4 KOs), in a bout scheduled for 10-rounds. 
The card, which will be promoted by All-Star Boxing and televised on Telemundo, will see Sanchez competing for the WBA FedecentroBantamweight title, which will take place at the Bryan Glazer Family JCC in Tampa, Florida. Please check your local listing for the channel and designated time. 
Here is what Saul Sanchez had to say about fighting for the WBA Fedecentro Bantamweight title, training with Manny Robles, his matchup with Frank Gonzalez, and how far he is from a world title opportunity. 
On making his 2021 debut on Telemundo:
“This is another great opportunity to fight on Telemundo, the premier Spanish network for boxing. I had an incredible performance last time I fought on Telemundo, and I plan to do the same in this fight. I know I’m close to getting a very big fight. There are some major fights down the road, which are coming shortly.”
On recent training camp:
“My training camp was great, working with coach Manny Robles and Edgar Jasso was amazing. I am learning a lot in the gym, and I’m being pushed daily. I got a lot of hunger in me and I’m a motivated fighter. I feel like I am coming into my own.”
On what a win will do for his career:
“This will be a major win as I will pick up the WBA Fedecentro Bantamweight title, which means that I will get a higher world ranking, and that sets up the fights I have been hoping for against the best fighters in the division. A win will get me that much closer to my dream of boxing a world champion.”
On his matchup with Gonzalez:
“Frank Gonzalez is a good fighter, but I also see he makes a lot of mistakes. I’m going to capitalize on those mistakes, and I feel like he is the perfect opponent for me at this time. I’m going to show the world what I am truly capable of, and prove that I’m worthy of a top 15 ranking.”

Sanchez vs. Gonzalez Clash Friday Night on Telemundo

Tampa, FL; Boxeo Telemundo winter season comes to an end this Friday with a crossroads bout in the bantamweight division as former WBA Fedecentro super bantamweight champion Saul “The Beast” Sanchez(15-1 8 KO’s) of Encino, California faces Frank “El Castigador” Gonzalez(8-1 4 KO’s) of Miami, FL in a 10 round bout for the vacant WBA Fedecentro Bantamweight title. The card will air live with audience for the Bryan Glazer JCC center in Tampa,FL. 
Saul Sanchez, 23, returns to Telemundo for the 2nd time in his career after an impressive performance in last years fall series, as he easily wiped out local series favorite Daniel Lozano in 1 round this past October. Sanchez now drops back to the bantamweight division were he hopes a few more wins will land him a title opportunity. 
” I am excited to be back on the Telemundo Network” noted Saul Sanchez ” Its great for my career to get this exposure on Television as I work my way into title contention” Sanchez concluded ” I would like to thank my team, All Star Boxing, and Telemundo for another great opportunity” 
Frank Gonzalez, 24, comes from a fighting family as his dad(Orlando Gonzalez) was a former boxer in the 90’s appearing on many shows in the region. “El Castigador” looks to explode onto the scene as a headliner Friday in what will be his first regional title fight in his career. 
” When I got the call to face Sanchez on Telemundo I didn’t hesitate twice to take this fight” stated Frank Gonzalez ” Ive been telling my trainers I am ready for an opportunity on the big stage with a title on the line” Concluded Gonzalez “Its my time to shine” 
The co main event of the night is a battle in the super welterweight division as local fan favorite Marcus “Magic” Willis(19-7-2) of nearby Fort Myers, Florida will square off against Mexican slugger Aaron “Timmy” Garcia(16-9-1) in a 6 round affair. 
“The Beast” Sanchez vs. “El Castigador” Gonzalez will air live Friday March 19th on Telemundo at 12AM/EST

McCaskill Defend and Repeat against Brækhus

Dallas, Texas – Jessica McCaskill (10-2, 3 KO) from Chicago, Illinois remains the Undisputed WBA/WBC/IBF/WBO female welterweight champion after scoring a ten round unanimous decision win over Cecilia Brækhus (36-2, 9 KO).

McCaskill starts off quick landing hard shots on Brækhus who stepped back and boxed at range in the opening stanza.

Brækhus walked right into a hard right hand got stunned by the shot.

McCaskill trying to make it a dog fight early on Brækhus responds with a nice upper cut that catches McCaskill.

McCaskill looking for the home run shot in round two trying to get Brækhus outta there.

Brækhus needs to dig deep here. Jessica McCaskill looking stronger in there, Cecilia Brækhus just has to move side to side stay away from that hard right hand of McCaskill.

Brækhus showing grit making it a fight in round five. McCaskill walking right in to shots. Brækhus loosing a point for holding, not sure if a prior warning was issued to her. McCaskill appears to be finding the target cleanly in round eight catching Brækhus with hard shots to the head. Brækhus needs to find a way to figure out McCaskill and quick as we enter the championship rounds.

Judges scorecards 100-89, 99-90, 98-91.

Photo credits: @muls96 @matchroomboxing @daznboxing

Report by: Damon Gonzalez – Latinbox Sports

Estrada Enjoys The Perks In Texas with Split Decision Win over Gonzalez

Juan Francisco Estrada (42-3, 28 KOs) took a twelve round controversial split decision over Roman “Chocolatito” Gonzalez (50-3, 41 KOs) to unify the WBC and WBA super flyweight titles on Saturday night at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas.

Estrada starts off quick Gonzalez answers the call with exchanges of his own in the opening round.

Gonzalez starting to dig in on Estrada who is fighting back but frozen at moments after getting countered by Gonzalez in round two.

Gonzalez with an effective round three taking the fight right to Estrada certainly tough and hitting him back but taking a lot of shots as he pulls back.

Gonzalez-Estrada exchange in the center of the ring in Gatti-Ward mode hitting each other with explosive shots Gonzalez catches Estrada with a hard overhand right in round four.

Estrada coming on in round six Gonzalez appears bothered by something in his eye fights on through Estrada taking advantage with hard hooks to the body of Gonzalez.

Estrada won the dance in round seven explodes with hard overhand rights on Gonzalez head taking a step back keeping Gonzalez in range.

Entering the ninth Gonzalez certainly needs to pose his will on Estrada who’s turned the fight around.

Gonzalez teeing off on Estrada in round nine, so fascinating how Chocolatito is able to make the adjustments in there, certainly the smarter fighter in a very close fight.

Gonzalez sets his rhythm in there it’s fun to watch as Estrada punching but has to move at Gonzalez pace in round ten.

Gonzalez takes away Estrada’s reach in the inside in a leave it all in the ring round twelve.

Both fighters open up in the final seconds of the twelve and final round.

Judges official scores: Jesse Reyes has it 115-113 for Gonzales; Carlos Sucre has it 117-111 for Estrada. David Sutherland has it 115-113 for Estrada. Estrada wins split decision, 115-113.

Report: Damon Gonzalez / Latinbox Sports

Photo credits: Ed Mulholland / Matchroom Boxing 📸

Alamo Beats Beltran, Wins WBO Latino Title

Kissimmee, Florida-Unbeaten WBO #9 junior welterweight Yomar “The Magic” Alamo (19-0-1, 12 KOs) scored a ten round unanimous decision over Jesus Alberto “Barreterito” Beltran (17-4-2, 10 KOs) on Friday night at the Osceola Heritage Park Events Center in Kissimmee, Florida. The nifty Alamo outboxed the hard-charging Beltran to win an entertaining fight by scores of 98-92, 96-94, 97-93 to claim the vacant WBO Latino title.

Lightweight Nestor Alvarenga (2-0-1, 1 KO) from Bowling Green, Florida. outworks very tough Usiel Hernandez (2–1) from Geneva, N.Y. scoring a majority decision win judges totals 40-36,39-37, 38-38.

Light Heavyweight Abraham Tebes (6-0, 2 KO) from Inquique, Chile. took it to the war room battling it out in close quarters in a slug-fest against Rafael Simonyan 9-1, 8 KO) from Vanadzor, Armenia. Tebes edging out the majority decision win

Light Heavyweights

Judges official scores 98-92, 96-94, 97 93 in favor for Tebes.

On the opening bell of the night Super Featherweight sensation Floyd Schofield, Jr. in his second appearance on Boxeo Telemundo pressured Jonathan Conde right from the opening stanza hitting him with multiple punches sending him down at the official time

2:29 seconds of round one by way of TKO victory for Schofield, Jr.

Jr. Featherweight Gianny Garcia (2-0, 1 KO) from Miami, Florida. put his punches together ending Julio Buitrago from Managua, Nicaragua night putting him down at the official time 1:11 seconds of round four by KO victory.

In a Jr. Featherweight attraction Pedro Salome (2-0-1) and John Leonardo (0-0-1) from Englishtown, New Jersey battle it out to a four round majority draw 39-37, 38-38, 77-79 on the judges scorecards.


Boxeo Telemundo returns Friday night with classic matchup between Puerto Rico & Mexico as Jr Welterweight NABO Champion, #9 ranked Yomar “The Magic” Alamo(18-0-1 12 KO’s) faces Mexican Challenger Jesus Alberto “Barreterito” Beltran(17-3-2) for the vacant WBO Latino title in a 10 round bout. @boxeotelemundo @ohp_venues

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