Angel Ayala Takes Down Herrera in 79 Seconds in Mexico The town
Gimnasio TV Azteca, Mexico The town – Angel “Camaleón” Ayala, Ubaldo “Baldo” Ilagor and Bernardo “Kid Face” Ruiz resolved their commitments by means of knockout, throughout the fights that were broadcast this earlier Saturday by means of Azteca 7.
Top rated Ayala (15-0-0, 7 KO’s) made speedy art work of the typically solid and resistant Miguel Ángel “Joyita” Herrera (22-5-5, 8 KO’s), whom he liquidated throughout the first round. The struggle simplest lasted 79 seconds.
Ayala went to the doorway, hooked up solid mixtures, and hurt Herrera, who wanted to respond, then take protected haven against the ropes, then again would possibly simply no longer save you the aggressiveness of Ayala, who offered a lot of power, tempo and objective.
Two power blows to the face staggered “Joyita” and opened a decrease on his left eyelid, and the referee immediately stopped the movement.
It was once the principle knockout suffered by means of “Joyita” in his career, and for Ayala it method a high-impact victory, which may put him on the side road to struggle for a world championship, even this 12 months.
In numerous fights, Bernardo “Kid” Face” Ruiz (6-1-0, 3 KO’s) from the capital showed talent, boxing and rhythm, to triumph over Jonathan “Chanito” Torres (6-4-1, 1 KO) from Mexico by means of technical knockout throughout the fourth round, in a very competitive struggle and during which every prospects had good moments.
“Kid Face” was once aggressive and landed the best punches, while “Chanito” boxed and counter-punched, and throughout the fourth round, a combination from Ruiz hurt Torres, who was once on the ropes, and having no return pictures, the referee stopped the struggle.
And in a struggle that was once a novel attraction, the undefeated Mexican heavyweight, Ubaldo “Baldo” Iligor (9-0, 8 KO’s) extended his undefeated report, beating the professional Ramón Olivas (17-20-0, 11 KO’s) by means of TKO in the second round.
Olivas, who tried to be competitive throughout the struggle by means of purchasing and promoting power, would possibly simply no longer face the pace and momentum of the more youthful prospect from the Mexican capital.