Lawlessness in Albania: “King” was left unbeaten, but dropped well – video


Air Albania Stadium, Tirana, Albania. In the main event of the show, the local outrageous welterweight (up to 66.7 kg) Florian Marco (12-0-1, 7 KOs), known by the nickname “King of Albania”, beat the Mexican gatekeeper with the help of the judges and the referee
Miguel Parra Ramirez (21-3-1, 14 KOs).

From the opening gong Marku tried to impose his game on his opponent, but he answered with a solid workrate. It all ended with a downhole mahach in the 2nd three-minute period – the favorite’s shots looked a little more powerful, but the underdog hit more often.

By the 3rd round, Marku nevertheless seized the initiative and began to push the opponent, and in the next three minutes he was rewarded for the referee’s efforts – he recorded a very controversial knockdown (Parra Ramirez clearly slipped).

The Mexican reacted to the decision of the third in the ring by arranging a fierce fight with a local fighter, which ended in clashes of heads – he hit Mark. The Mexican wound up more than ever, but the favorite still could not get used to him – he even tried to change the racks.

In the 6th round, Parra Ramirez took a break and immediately gave up the initiative. The referee intervened again and deprived the guest of another credit score. To be honest, no one understood why this time the Mexican was fined.

It seemed that everything in the fight was clear, and then in the 8th round, Parra caught Mark with a left hook and seated him on the fifth point.

Down goes Marku

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The Mexican rushed to finish, and the referee had to act: he was looking for an excuse to intervene, suspended the fight, and then completely stopped the round 10 seconds earlier than expected. The pause between the 8th and 9th rounds also “for some reason” dragged on.

The final rounds Parra Ramirez was chasing Mark, but he cycled to the gong. The judges unanimously gave the victory to the favorite. At stake, it turns out, was the WBC Silver belt.

Mark UD 10.