Charlo Brother’s Pay Per View Results: Casimero Crushes Micah

By: Sean Crose The big Charlo Brother's PPV card began shortly after 7 PM eastern time on Saturday before Showtime cameras at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Connecticut. First up was the 29-4 John Casimero, who was battling the 24-0 Duke Micah. At stake was the WBO bantamweight title. The first round was loaded with action as both men landed effectively. By the second round, however, things went completely downhill for Micah, as Casimero sent his man to the mat. Micah bravely got back to his feet, but the fight was all but over. A vicious uppercut ended things for Micah in the first minute of the third when referee Steve Wills wisely stopped the fight. The post Charlo Brother’s Pay Per View Results: Casimero Crushes Micah appeared first on BoxingInsider.com.

Charlo Brother’s Pay Per View Results: Casimero Crushes Micah

By: Sean Crose

The big Charlo Brother's PPV card began shortly after 7 PM eastern time on Saturday before Showtime cameras at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Connecticut. First up was the 29-4 John Casimero, who was battling the 24-0 Duke Micah. At stake was the WBO bantamweight title.

The first round was loaded with action as both men landed effectively. By the second round, however, things went completely downhill for Micah, as Casimero sent his man to the mat. Micah bravely got back to his feet, but the fight was all but over. A vicious uppercut ended things for Micah in the first minute of the third when referee Steve Wills wisely stopped the fight.

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By: Sean Crose Boasting a record of 15-1-1, Damien Vasquez slipped into the ring at the Mohegan Sun Arena on Saturday to face the 20-0-1 WBA super bantamweight champ Brandon Figueroa. The first round was a high octane affair, with both men trading well. The second round also saw both men trading punches. Figueroa began putting up the pressure in the third. Vasquez, however, wouldn't willingly give ground. Figueroa landed very well in the fourth. On several occasions, it appeared as if the fight was over. Yet Vasquez held strong. It was worth wondering, though, how much punishment the man could take. The fifth round was as action oriented as the previous rounds, though Figueroa by this point seemed to be edging it. The sixth saw Vasquez peppering his man well with his southpaw jab. Both men continued to trade in the seventh. By the second half of the round, however, Vasquez was beginning to look terribly beat up. Still, the man continued to battle on in the eighth and ninth rounds, even though Figueroa was landing hard shots essentially at will. The fight was stopped in the tenth. To his credit, Vasquez went out giving it his all. Figueroa, however, was simply piling on too man harmful punches. The post Charlo Brother’s Pay Per View Results: Figueroa Stops Vasquez appeared first on BoxingInsider.com.

Charlo Brother’s Pay Per View Results: Figueroa Stops Vasquez

By: Sean Crose

Boasting a record of 15-1-1, Damien Vasquez slipped into the ring at the Mohegan Sun Arena on Saturday to face the 20-0-1 WBA super bantamweight champ Brandon Figueroa. The first round was a high octane affair, with both men trading well. The second round also saw both men trading punches. Figueroa began putting up the pressure in the third. Vasquez, however, wouldn't willingly give ground.

Figueroa landed very well in the fourth. On several occasions, it appeared as if the fight was over. Yet Vasquez held strong. It was worth wondering, though, how much punishment the man could take. The fifth round was as action oriented as the previous rounds, though Figueroa by this point seemed to be edging it. The sixth saw Vasquez peppering his man well with his southpaw jab.

Both men continued to trade in the seventh. By the second half of the round, however, Vasquez was beginning to look terribly beat up. Still, the man continued to battle on in the eighth and ninth rounds, even though Figueroa was landing hard shots essentially at will. The fight was stopped in the tenth. To his credit, Vasquez went out giving it his all. Figueroa, however, was simply piling on too man harmful punches.

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