Showtime and HBO Fight Results

By David Martinez / dmboxing.com

It was a huge night of boxing on Saturday, January 28, 2017 with outstanding bouts featured on both Showtime and HBO 다운로드.

On Showtime – from the MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas – Leo Santa Cruz (33-1-1 / 18 by KO) avenged his only career loss to previously unbeaten Carl Frampton (23-1 / 14 by KO) by a twelve round majority decision to recapture the WBA featherweight championship 윈도우 비스타 서비스팩1 다운로드.

Santa Cruz adjusted very well in the rematch by landing well at a distance with his excellent jab 타이타닉 게임 다운로드.

It was a great fight as expected with both fighters giving it their all in every round.

The judges had it 115-113, 115-113, and 114-114 with Santa Cruz being the winner … my scorecard was a bit wider 116-112, 8 rounds to 4 for Santa Cruz 마인크래프트 정식판.

In the semi-main event of the evening, Mickey Garcia (36-0 / 30 by KO) knocked out Dejan Zlaticannin (22-1 / 15 by KO) in round three to win the WBC lightweight championship 스타크래프트 다운로드.

Garcia from the opening bell was the dominant fighter and in charge 다운로드. A tremendous uppercut followed by a right hand knocked out Zlaticannin cold as referee Tony Weeks waved the end of the bout at 2:21 of the third round 다운로드.

On HBO – from the Fantasy Springs Resort Casino, Indio, California – Miguel Berchelt (31-1 / 28 by KO) won the WBC super featherweight championship in a 11th round stoppage over Francisco Vargas (23-1-2 / 17 by KO).

The fight was a brutal one as Berchelt was in complete command, pressing and landing the heavier punches throughout every round.

Vargas was game, but simply over powered as he bled from the sixth round on before referee Raul Caiz Jr. stopped the one-sided fight at 2:19 of the eleventh round.

In the semi-main event on HBO, Takashi Miura (31-3-2 / 24 by KO) scored three knockdowns in round twelve to win by knockout over Mickey Roman (56-12 / 43 by KO) in their super featherweight bout.

Roman was ahead on all scorecards after eight rounds, but the fight would swing in Miura’s favor as he came on and dropped Roman in round ten and again in round eleven.

This would be an amazing comeback by Miura, and after two knockdowns in the final round, a straight left hand at 0:53 ended the bout by knockout.

 

 

 

 

 

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