On the verge of life and death: 25-year-old fighter in serious condition after knockout: video


Coliseo Elias Chegwin, Barranquilla, Colombia. As part of the super lightweight (up to 63.5 kg) local 25-year-old prospect
Luis Quinones (10-1, 6 KOs) suffered his debut defeat as a pro – lost by knockout to a 21-year-old Venezuelan
Jose Munosu (9-0, 7 KOs).

The fighters rolled a furious mahach, which ended with a heavy knockout in the decisive 8th round – the loser was taken out of the ring on a stretcher.

José Muñoz y Luis Quiñones se han dado hasta para llevar. Qué coestelar de INFARTO en Barranquilla. pic.twitter.com/9cyjDi8dXJ

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El boxeador Luis Quiñones sale en camilla tras la pelea de este sábado en Colombia.

Le enviamos todas nuestras bendiciones al boxeador de Barranquilla, Colombia.#nopuedesjugarboxeo #boxeo #boxing #luisquinones pic.twitter.com/OF1z3FlyTQ

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En muy mala condición se vio a Luis Quiñones en el Coliseo Elías Chewgin luego de ser noqueado por José Muñoz. El bumangues fue llevado de urgencias a una clinical de la ciudad, donde esta siendo atentado.

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Munoz KO 8.

According to local press reports, Quinones was operated on and is in critical condition. Forecasts so far are disappointing.

In the main fight of the evening in the limit of the second flyweight (up to 52.2 kg), an unrealistically spectacular mahach was rolled by an age-old American ex-challenger Dewayne Beamon (21-5-3, 15 KOs) and Venezuelan avenue
Isaac Arias (11-0, 9 KOs).

The veteran looked a little better. He was inferior to his opponent in workrate and power, but he compensated for this with experience and combinational work. The fight turned out to be unrealistically competitive and went the whole distance. The score of the judges: 95-95 and twice 96-94 in favor of the prospect.

Arias MD 10.

Fans are already dreaming of revenge.

Friedrich-Ebert-Halle, Ludwigshafen, Germany. The vacant belt of the WBA international champion in cruiserweight (up to 90.7 kg) was played by a local 37-year-old “prospect” Hussein Jinkara (19-0, 16 KOs) and American gatekeeper
Al Sands (22-5-1, 19 KOs).

The fight did not turn out to be competitive – the guest stayed in the ring for less than three rounds.

Jinkara TKO 3.