Arroyo overwhelmed later substitute Rodriguez
McWilliams Arroyo has a complete training camp. He made all the preparations. In less than five rounds, he became the WBC World Lightweight Interim Champion in the Canelo Alvarez-Avni Yildirim Combined Main Event at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami on Saturday.
Obviously, Arroyo also has a real advantage against Abraham Rodriguez, who arrived in Miami on Friday and was later replaced.
In the fourth round, it showed up. Throughout the round, Arroyo (21-4, 16 KOs) beat Rodriguez (27-3, 13 KOs) from Tijuana, Mexico, and finally forced him to bend his knees. Although Rodriguez still performed well due to lack of time for proper training, the onslaught continued in the fifth round. The corner kick that caused Rodriguez to give up the white towel midway through the fifth round to stop a one-sided fight.
Arroyo from Fajardo, Puerto Rico dominated the battle that should have been fought with Julio Cesar Martinez.
Martinez must withdraw from the game on Thursday because of a small fracture of his right hand in the Sanda game. He had hoped to continue training, but the injury got worse at the beginning of this week.
After Arroyo’s powerful victory, perhaps he will be able to fight Martinez later this year.
This is Rodriguez’s first defeat against Angola Acosta since 2018, and his last fight in the United States. That fight was to win the WBO Junior Lightweight Championship. This time, for another strap, a similar result was obtained.
This fight represents Arroyo’s fourth straight victory.
Forrest defeated the majority against Zhang
Jerry Forrest fell down once. twice. Three rounds Three rounds. However, the heavyweights kept standing up. Maintained Zhang Zhilei’s early offense and strength. Continue to come to Zhang-In the end Forrest struggled to return to a tie, which felt like a victory.
Forrest and Zhang ended up with a majority. Judges Rocky Young and Fernando Barbosa scored high in the 93-93 game. Rose Lacend The 95-93 Forrest (Forrest) competed. After the game, Forrest won like him, and-even before the score was announced-performed a backflip.
Zhang seemed to want an easy victory in the first three rounds and had a great advantage, which allowed him to maintain an undefeated record. only.
It looked like an explosive battle, and in the middle round it turned into a hug. Zhang (22-0-1, 17 KOs) and Forrest (26-4-1, 20 KOs) both looked tired Unbearable sixth. According to data from CompuBox, when Forrest got 26 punches and Zhang got 9 punches, the ranking rose to seventh.
Forrest (Forrest) of Newport News, Virginia, after a difficult first few rounds of rebound, he was knocked down three times in the game. Eighth, Zhang of Zhoukou, China, was injured by a head hit.
Although Forrest absorbed a lot of fists and early knockouts, Forrest seemed to be a more active and better-conditioned fighter in the later stages.
In the ninth round of the game, Zhang deducted the points to hold Forrest’s neck from Zhang, which also provided help for Forrest’s game. That point eventually became a major difference in the game and seemed to be the result of Zhang’s exhaustion in the past four rounds.
Pacheco dominates Gomez with a unanimous decision
Diego Pacheco may want a knockout. The 19-year-old must beat veteran Rodolfo Gomez Jr. (Rodolfo Gomez Jr.) by a score of 79-73 that exceeded expectations in the super middleweight competition.
Los Angeles’ Pacheco (11-0, 8 KO) has achieved some good results, including some good uppercuts throughout the competition, but this is only the third time he has participated in the competition, and this is his career. Participate in the competition for the second time to pass the fourth round.
Gomez of Laredo, Texas (14-5-1, 10 KO) was a good test for Pacheco. Gomez hit several punches, which seemed to make Pacheco intermittently frustrated. For Pacheco, this was also a good round in his first full eight rounds. Gomez gave Pacheco enough vision, and now he can prepare for the next game.
This is Gomez’s first defeat since September 24, 2016, when he lost to Roberto Ramírez Uriat by a unanimous decision.
Castro demolished Moraga in two rounds
Marc Castro needs a punch, eight seconds and a left stab. The junior lightweight player defeated UFC veteran John Moraga in the first round, and that’s all. From there, Castro was touted in his second professional game. It was a matter of time.
Castro (2-0, 2 KOs) of Fresno, California knocked down Moraga (1-3, 1 KO) 3 times in two rounds to record the knockout and top left hook The line ended the battle.
Phoenix’s Moraga has an impressive career in the MMA field, losing to Demetrious Johnson with a 19-7 record and the title of the 2013 UFC Lightweight Championship. ). His first knockout loss in a boxing match was Moraga’s third defeat in four professional matches.
The 21-year-old Castro is still at a very early stage in his career, but the friend of star fighter Ryan Garcia has easily dealt with an excessive opponent.