Conwell sped Juarez and began to dance: video


Montreal Casino, Montreal, Canada. A promising American fighter of the first middle weight (up to 69.9 kg) Charles Conwell (17-0, 13 KOs) expectedly did not notice the resistance of the journiman from Mexico
Abraham Juarez (19-10, 8 KOs).

The American traditionally attacked the opponent with powerful multi-hit combinations. There was nothing for the underdog to answer. Juarez hit the floor twice in the 2nd three-minute

Knockdown #1:

Conwell looking to make it an early night in Montreal!#Probellum | @charlesconwell

— Probellum (@probellum) June 3, 2022

Knockdown #2:

Conwell dropped him again!

Ramirez somehow makes it out of RD2 #Probellum | LIVE on

— Probellum (@probellum) June 3, 2022

And in the 3rd round he finally capitulated – it hurt his liver:


@CharlesConwell lands a nasty body shot that sets up the RD3 finish! #Probellum

— Probellum (@probellum) June 3, 2022

Conwell TKO 3.

And so the winner celebrated the victory:

GRIDDY ON ‘EM!!@CharlesConwell | #Probellum

— Probellum (@probellum) June 3, 2022

Vacant Continental American WBC super lightweight belt (up to 63.5 kg) played out by local prospect
Mazlum Akdeniz (17-0, 8 KOs) and Mexican gatekeeper Juan Antonio Rodriguez (30-9, 26 KOs).

The fight turned out to be competitive and stubborn, the prospect showed itself in all its glory only closer to the decisive rounds – the aggressor underdog could not maintain a high pace throughout the fight. The judges greatly overdid it in their assessment of what is happening: absolutely insane 99-91, and also 97-93 and 96-94. Lots of blood from frequent head-butts.

Akdeniz UD 10.

Palenque de la Expo, Ciudad Obregon, Mexico. In the main event of the show, a local 20-year-old lightweight prospect (up to 61.2 kg)
Luis “The Korean” Torres (16-0, 10 KOs) beat a compatriot
Diego Andrade (14-7-2, 1 KO) and became the owner of the vacant WBC Latin American champion belt.

The underdog started the fight well and even scored a couple of accurate hits. Torres showed that he had huge gaping holes in his defense and too frankly aimed at the opponent’s head.

Pressing in the 6th round Korean nevertheless, it had an effect – the veteran Andrade picked up blows, but was not going to capitulate. Torres confidently brought the matter to victory by decision: 99-91 and twice 97-93.

Torres UD 10.