A beautiful knockout from Shigeoka, the Argentine returned the favor in Yekaterinburg


RCC Boxing Academy, Yekaterinburg, Russia. In the main event of the evening in the second featherweight limit (up to 59 kg), Russian Mark Urvanov (21-3-1, 10 KOs) beat former Nicaraguan world champion Rene Alvarado (32-12, 21 KOs). For the loser, it was the fifth defeat in a row.

Slugger Alvarado did the only thing he knew how to do – he pressed hard, imposed a power confrontation. Urvanov moved great, outplayed the Nicaraguan.

After the 6th round, the favorite began to complain about fatigue in the corner. The Russian increasingly resorted to the use of clinches, the footwork periodically left. But the number of missed strikes began to affect Alvarado, and the underdog failed the end of the fight.

The account was not announced.

Urvanov UD 10.

As part of the show, the talented super middle (up to 76.2 kg) contender Russian Pavel Silyagin (12-0, 5 KOs) was not impressed in the fight with the Argentine
Abraham Gabriel Buonarrigo (11-4, 9 KOs), who, perhaps, was offered a fight for a reason – he was heavily indebted for the Belgrade lawlessness.

The fight turned out to be unexpectedly competitive. The underdog exerted powerful pressure, due to his efficiency he looked at the level.

The fight went all the way. It’s a pity they didn’t announce the score of the judges – it would be interesting.

Silyagin UD 10.

The local prospect of super lightweight (up to 63.5 kg) Khariton Agrba (10-0, 6 KOs) was brought to the slaughter of the former unified African world champion Julius Indongo (24-7, 13 KOs).

Nothing interesting happened in the ring until the 3rd round. And then Agrba hit the veteran with an uppercut. The blow seemed not strong, but the ex-champion thought a little and fell heavily under the ropes. Indongo decided that it was not worth going up.

Agrbra TKO 3.

Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan. In the main event of the show, the local minimum weight prospect (up to 47.6 kg) Yudai Shigeoka (6-0, 4 KOs) beautifully dropped his compatriot in the 3rd round Tatsuro Nakashima (11-4-1, 7 KOs).

He got to his feet not without problems, the referee thought a little and (thank God) stopped the fight.

Yudai Shigeoka (重岡優大) WTKO Tatsuro Nakashima (仲島辰郎) pic.twitter.com/U5zgJbjZpi

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The Japanese title was at stake.

Shigeoka TKO 3.

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