McCaskill remains an absolute, almost screwed up super-duper prospect: video


Tech Port Arena, San Antonio, USA. American Jessica McCaskill (12-2, 5 KOs) defended the title of absolute welterweight champion (up to 66.7 kg) in a confrontation with a Mexican
Alma Ybarra (10-2, 5 KOs).

McCaskill started the fight aggressively. I missed from the contender, but in response I got a tight right hook. Ibarra was led, she was lucky that the American missed slightly on the rebound.

Jessica McCaskill came out swinging #McCaskillIbarra | #RodriguezRungvisai

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In the 2nd round, the champion took aim with heavy right overhands. The Mexican was increasingly hiding in clinches. The fight turned into a one-sided beating. In the corner, the contenders decided not to pull, quickly capitulated.

Alma Ibarra doesn’t come back out and Jessica McCaskill retains her titles #McCaskillIbarra | #RodriguezRungvisai

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McCaskill TKO 4.

It was an entertaining showdown between unbeaten American prospects and two regional titles on the line. In the featherweight limit (up to 57.2 kg), Raymond Ford (12-0-1, 6 KOs) unexpectedly confidently dealt with a local fighter
Richard Medina (13-1, 7 KOs).

Ford gave his best performance at this stage of his career. From the starting gong he set a convenient distance, dictated the pace of the battle, not allowing Medina to come closer.

Raymond Ford is feeling himself #FordMedina | #RodriguezRungvisai

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Richard had several local successes, but he was sorely lacking a sane jab, and he was also inferior in speed. Ford not only reworked his opponent – he was also much more accurate.

Judges score: 100-90, 100-90 and 99-91.

Ford UD 10.

17-year-old amateur boxing legend (14-time American champion in different age categories) American
Jesus “Panterita” Martinez (2-0, 0 KOs) had his second fight as a pro and almost screwed up. In the bantamweight limit (up to 53.5 kg), he snatched victory from his compatriot journiman
Kevin Monroy (1-3, 1 KO).

We can’t believe this star is just 17 years old #RodriguezRungvisai

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Martinez was knocked down in the 3rd round, but confidently took the decisive three-minute. Judges score: 38-37, 39-36 and 38-38.

Keven Monroy answers back with a knockdown #RodriguezRungvisai

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Martinez MD 4.

It was the prospect’s second fight in 15 days.

In the limit of the first middle weight (up to 69.9 kg), local prospect Nikita Ababii (12-0, 6 KOs) who is still not going to progress, defeated his compatriot
Noe Larios Jr. (14-2, 6 KOs).

The fight went the whole distance, turned out to be very good and competitive. The judges unanimously gave victories to the favorite: three times 78-74.

Ababius UD 8.