Ancajas Retains Title Over Conlan by Knockout!

By David Martinez / dmboxing.com

On Saturday, November 18, 2017 IBF super flyweight champion Jerwin Ancajas (28-1-1 / 19 by KO) retained his title by knockout over previously unbeaten Jamie Conlan (19-1- 11 by KO) in round six 다운로드.

Ancajas traveled from his native country the Philippines to Belfast, Northern Ireland the home town to Conlan, to make his third title defense 웨이보 영상 다운로드.

It was a one-sided affair, in which I gave every round to the Filipino fighter.

Conlan went down in round one on apparent twist to his ankle, and Ancajas was credited with a knockdown 애플 itunes 다운로드.

Conlan went down again in round three from vicious body punches and again in round four.

In round five, after several warnings by the referee, a point was deducted from Ancajas for a low blow. But the bout was so one sided, it just didn’t matter.

In round six, the southpaw Ancajas landed a hard, over hand, lead right on the side of Conlan’s head, which dropped Conlon to one knee. At this point he was a thoroughly beaten fighter, causing the referee to call a halt to the action 52 seconds into the round.

The super flyweight (115 lbs.) division is currently loaded with talent: Srisaket Sor Rungvisai (WBC champion); Naoya Inoue (WBO champion); Khalid Yafai (WBA champion); Juan Francisco Estrada; Roman Gonzalez; Carlos Cuadras and Jerwin Ancajas, who is certainly in the think of it and who has a bright future ahead.   

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