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“El Cuervo” Silva retained his crown and kept the “Miguel Ángel Castellini” cup.

Silva (left) in full assault towards Ramírez (proper).

The missionary Alejandro Silva (69,500 kg) was the winner of the tremendous welterweight event “Miguel Ángel Castellini Cup”, by prevailing in the last combat, by factors, in a unanimous resolution after 10 rounds, the Chaco Diego Ramírez (69,800) and, as well as, retained the Argentine title of the class, in the spotlight of the boxing present held on Friday, June 11, at the “Roberto de Vicenzo” Exercise Middle, in Berazategui, Buenos Aires, in one other manufacturing by Sampson Boxing and Tello Field.

“El Cuervo” Silva received off to a doubtful begin towards the left-hander from Chaco based mostly in Coronda, Santa Fe, who on the backlash positioned the greatest hits in the first section of the combat and clearly stayed with the preliminary three rounds.

However from the fourth episode on, the champion started to press extra and mix correct hits to the liver and head, forcing his rival to defend himself and threat much less and much less.

Alejandro Silva pleased with the Castellini Cup and his nationwide tremendous welterweight belt.

Thus, the missionary who represents Avellaneda, Buenos Aires, with out taking a step again, was in a position to shut the combat with out passing higher strain till the last bell, to retain his championship for the third time and stay in authority with the event additionally referred to as ” Tremendous 8″.

The playing cards that marked Silva’s triumph had been the following: 96.5-94.5 (Jorge Gorini), 96.5-94.5 (Javier Geido) and 98-92 (Ángel Gorrieri).

With this victory, the winner remained undefeated and raised his report to 16-0-1 (11 KO), whereas Ramírez fell to 23-5-1, 6 KO. (Photographs: First Class Boxing)

The remainder of the night’s outcomes

Walter Matthysse Jr (79,200) GPP 6 (unanimous) to Sergio Carabajal (77,500).

Agustín Vergara (57,100) GKOT three to Ricardo Chávez (56,200).

Santiago Fernández (73,600) GKOT 2 to Walter Ramírez (73,600).

Laureano Ubiedo Sciutto (58,900) GKOT four to Daniel Zabala (58,600).

Sampson Boxing / Tello Field Press

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