Guillermo Rigondeaux made an easy work on his UK debut with a two-round stoppage over Jazza Dickens of Liverpool UK, Dickens was unable to continue after round two due to a broken jaw.
Guillermo Rigondeaux landed a picture perfect overhand left that broke Jazza’s jaw in second round.
Rigondeaux (17-0-KO11) retained the WBA Super world super-bantamweight title at Ice Arena in United Kingdom. Rigo goes to 17 wins 11 came from stoppages while Dickens drops to 22 wins with 2 defeats.
In co main event Brit Terry Flanagan defends his WBO lighweight world title over 42 year-old Mzonke Fana of South Africa but fails to impress.Flanagan dropped Fana twice but still frustated and didn’t find a way to stop Fana in a convincing fashion. All three judges favored Flanagan with the score of 120-106
Terry “TURBO” Flanagan
Flanagan made quick work on this one and Magdaleno looked awkward. Flanagan delivered 3 knockdowns before the referee stepped in to stop the fight. The first knock down was a counter right hook to the face and looked like it was just a stinger. Magdaleno stood up but the beautiful left upper cut and a right hook with a flurry of punches sent the challenger Magdaleno to the canvas again. The Third knockdown looked like Magdaleno is just fighting out of instinct but Flanagan didn’t gave him any room as the referee stopped the bout at the 2:38 mins of round 2.
With the win Flanagan improved to 29 wins 12 KO no defeats. Magdaleno suffered his first stoppage, its quite weird because the stance of Magdaleno is too wide he actually slipped twice before the combination
Here is a replay of the full fight:
Hopefully it wont be removed:
Sat, Oct 10 2015
Manchester Arena Manchester, Lancashire, UK
Current Champ Terry Flanagan (28 wins no losses with 11 KO) will try to defend his title against Diego Magdaleno (28-1 with 12 KO’s). Both men were victorious in there previous outing. Flanagan scored a RTD due to a dislocated should from Jose Zepeda (23-1 with 20 KO’s) on the other hand, Magdaleno scored a TKO victory over Jose Gonzalez (24-2 with 19 KO’s). Keep it here at powcast.net for more boxing updates, I will also post non-titled but interesting fights as we go along.
Here are some of the highlight reels from both fighters: