You haven’t seen this yet! Surprising “defeat” of ex-rival Sirenko


Montreal Casino, Montreal, Canada. In the main event of the show, a bright super middleweight prospect (up to 76.2 kg) Christian Mbilli (22-0, 20 KOs) from France destroyed a strong American gatekeeper in two rounds
Deandre Weira (15-4-2, 9 KOs). The WBA International and WBC Continental Americas belts were at stake.

The underdog hit the floor already in the first round – a left hook went through. In the second three-minute period, he rubbed the canvas of the ring twice more with the fifth point, after which the fight was stopped.

Mbilli TKO 2.

As part of the show, something strange happened in a fight involving local heavyweight (over 90.7 kg) Simon Keane (22-1, 21 KOs). He had to fight the French
Newfel Wata (18-5, 10 KOs), whom Ukrainian fans may remember from the fight with Kyiv Prospekt Vladislav Sirenko.

As soon as the starting gong sounded, Uata took his knee and raised his fist. Keane was confused, but just in case he hit the guest. The referee intervened and began to count the knockdown. The Frenchman was not going to continue the fight, about which he informed the third in the ring. It was an obvious protest. Maybe later we will find out what the underdog opposed.

Kin TKO 1.

What was that? #boxing #eyeofthetiger #SimonKean

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Mary Spencer (7-0, 5 KOs) – three-time amateur world champion and winner of the gold of the Pan American Games – beat the Mexican ex-challenger
Cynthia Lozano (9-2, 7 KOs). The vacant WBC Silver and WBA International junior middleweight titles (up to 69.9 kg) were at stake.

Spencer had 45 seconds to drop her opponent. Then she aggressively rushed to finish off, forcing the referee to intervene. Blimey!

Spencer TKO 1.