Tiara Brown Breaks Down, Stops Paulina Cardona in Colombia
Unbeaten featherweight Tiara Brown won by way of knockout Saturday afternoon, forcing Paulina Cardona to stick on her stool at the Discoteca Tequila in Melgar, Colombia.
Brown improves to 12-0, 8 knockouts.
The 34-year-old Brown worked behind a continuing jab from the opening bell, mixing her attack towards the aggressive Cardona. Brown began breaking Cardona down during the second round as she sat down on her punches, focusing her attack on the body. The game Cardona was now not in a position to stick Brown off of her as she was sponsored towards the ropes.
Since the bell sounded to start out out the third round, Cardona remained on her stool. Referee Daniel Segura waved the battle off, pointing out Brown the winner.
Saturday marked Brown’s return to the ring since fighting Jenifer Ancelmo, who entered the battle unbeaten, on October 29. She has now stopped six of her ultimate 8 opponents.
Brown, who was a USA Boxing National Champion in 2012, 2014, and 2015, is penciled to face Calista Salgado at Packard Track Hall in Warren, Ohio on August 27. She resides in Citadel Myers, Florida, where she moreover serves as a police officer.
Cardona, who resides in Barranquilla, Colombia, drops to 25-27-7, 11 KOs. She is winless in her ultimate 5 bouts.
Gentle heavyweight Deneb Diaz of Bogota, Colombia improved to 18-2, 12 KOs by way of fighting Winston Marquez (0-1-1) throughout the fourth and supreme round.
Diaz has won his ultimate two bouts since losing by way of knockout to unbeaten super middleweight William Scull, a Cuba-born fighter who now could be residing in Germany, on November 26.
In a junior middleweight bout with ordinary scoring, Ruben Angulo (6-1-1, 4 KOs) of Buenaventura, Colombia and Eber Tovar fought to a split-decision draw. Every fighter won 100-90 on a judge’s scorecard, while the third judge scored the bout 95-95.
Tovar, who resides in Cali, Colombia, goes to 5-0-3, 2 KOs.
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