New York.- Sinaloa, Los Mochis native, faced Puerto Rican Luis Melendez, as Sinaloa knocked out victorious who is this fighting Barclays Center, Brooklyn, New York
The rulers gave victory to Sinaloan in a battle that was equal for both fighters.
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Sinaloan closed in hard in his final rounds to score a remarkable victory at 10 rounds from super featherweight.
The distance promised him one and he achieved it in a close fight against Puerto Rico, which the judges determined as follows:
Bernard Bruni scored 96-94 and John Botturay 98-92, both for Mochitensi, while John McKay scored 95-95.
The result at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, the world’s top featherweight superstar, Eduardo Ramirez, 29, improved his career record to 27 wins, 2 losses and 3 draws with 12 knockouts.
In the closing seconds of the 10th round, Ohomian was on the verge of ousting Miami-based Puerto Rico.
Luis Melendez, 24, lowered his mark to 17 wins and two losses with a drugged 13.
Eduardo Ramirez, of Kochul Gym in Los Mochis promoted by Sampson Boxing, has confirmed himself to this great billboard as a serious candidate to fight for the Super Featherweight title.
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