The most pretty world champion defended the title in a bloody makhach: video and photo


Rod Laver ArenaMelbourne, Australia. (Perhaps) the prettiest world champion, belt holder IBF in the second bantamweight (up to 55.3 kg) Australian
Cherneka Johnson (14-1, 6 KOs) beat the age ex-champion compatriot
Susie Ramadan (29-3, 12 KOs).

The victory was given to the champion is very difficult. The ladies collided their heads so solidly in the 2nd round, both got cut. Cherneka is much more dangerous – a completely bloodied face, a cut near the eye and a broken nose.





Despite the damage, Johnson wished to continue the fight, harassing her opponent with a jab. In the 4th round, she scored a knockdown. In the corner, the champion could not stop the blood.

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Ramadan didn’t really work. She began to beat on the back of the head in the clinch. The referee first warned, and then fined twice – in the 7th and 8th rounds.

The fight went all the way. Judges score: 97-90, 96-92 and 96-91.

Johnson UD 10.

New Zealand Heavyweight Prospect (over 90.7 kg)
Hemi Ahio (19-1, 14 KOs) sensationally flew ahead of schedule to a native of Samoa
Faigou Opel (15-3-1, 11 KOs).

The fighters began to spud each other with blows without reconnaissance. Ahio seemed to have the upper hand. But very soon, the favorite ran out of steam, and due to the lack of defense, it was too easy a target for Opel.

The referee stopped the fight in the 4th round. Perhaps a bit hasty.

Opel TKO 4.

Bronze medalist at the Olympics-2020 local cruiserweight prospect (up to 90.7 kg)
David Nyika (5-0, 4 KOs) inflicted a debut defeat on the New Zealander
Chichi Motusage (4-1, 3 KOs).

In the opening round, the fighters clashed heads. Nyika got a nasty cut near his eye. The favorite wound up and severely knocked out Motusaga with a two. The beauty!

Nyika vs Motusaga. undercard. #HaneyKambosos2 .

— Hugh Macleod (@HughMacloud) October 15, 2022

Nyika KO 2.