Luis “Fenado” Lopez, the Mexican boxer who was crowned world champion in England

Travel thousands of miles from Mexicali, Baja Californiaheading to the county of Yorkshire, in the United Kingdom, with the aim of achieving his dream: to become the World Featherweight Champion.

Luis Alberto “El Venado” Lopez He arrived at the First Direct Arena, in Leed, to fight Josh Warrington And against the pressure of the local public who supported his hero, but for the Mexican nothing was impossible.

The bell rang in the ring and “El Venado” wanted to impose his terms with blows to the head and soft areas of the British. Despite suffering an eyebrow cut in the second round from a clash of heads, the Mexican did not hold back.

Sinaloan also had to fight against blows to the neck and some illegal punches, out of desperation Warringtonwho saw his mace threatened as the rounds progressed.

The judges decided a majority decision in favor of Luis Alberto Lopez (114-114, 115-113 and 115-113) in order to realize his dream and win the International Boxing Federation Featherweight Championship.

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Lopez, who racked up 27 wins, 15 KO’s and 2 losses, claimed his first world title, while the “Leeds Warrior” suffered his second career loss, both against Mexican fighters to keep the record at 38 (8 KO’s). ) 2-1.

Mexico assumes that it is the “king” of the £126, since the world championships of the various organizations are national. Ray Vargas (CMB), Emmanuel “Vaquero” Navarrete (WBO), Leo Santa Cruz (WBA) and now Luis Alberto Lopez join the list with the IBF sash.

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