PBC On Fox: Ugas Bests Ramos For WBA Welterweight Title

By: Sean Crose The 25-4 Yordenis Ugas faced off against the 26-3-2 Abel Ramos at LA's Microsoft Arena Sunday night for the WBA welterweight title. It was the main event of an unusual Sunday edition of PBC on Fox, and was scheduled for twelve rounds. Ugas appeared comfortable and largely in control during the first. Ugas then effectively stabbed with his jab while stalking his man in the second. By the third, Ugas was appearing to be the more skilled of the two fighters, but Ramos was able to land on his man by round's end. In the fourth Ramos was able to buckle Ugas' knees. The fifth was an exciting affair, with both men engaging aggressively. Ugas put his punches together well in the sixth. Ramos was unable to engage effectively in the seventh. The eighth saw Ramos unwilling or unable to move forward against the sharp jabbing Ugas. The ninth saw more of the same, as Ugas kept his man at bay. Although he was breathing heavily after the tenth, Ugas showed that he was well in control of the fight. Ramos was able to land in the eleventh, but Ugas continued to pepper his man with a stinging jab. Ramos looked for clean shots in the twelfth, and even landed a few, but was simply not able to get the better of Ugas. Ugas ended up winning by a split decision, thanks to scores of a puzzling 117-111 for Ramos, 115-113 for Ugas, and 115-113 for Ugas. The post PBC On Fox: Ugas Bests Ramos For WBA Welterweight Title appeared first on BoxingInsider.com.

PBC On Fox: Ugas Bests Ramos For WBA Welterweight Title

By: Sean Crose

The 25-4 Yordenis Ugas faced off against the 26-3-2 Abel Ramos at LA's Microsoft Arena Sunday night for the WBA welterweight title. It was the main event of an unusual Sunday edition of PBC on Fox, and was scheduled for twelve rounds. Ugas appeared comfortable and largely in control during the first. Ugas then effectively stabbed with his jab while stalking his man in the second. By the third, Ugas was appearing to be the more skilled of the two fighters, but Ramos was able to land on his man by round's end.

In the fourth Ramos was able to buckle Ugas' knees. The fifth was an exciting affair, with both men engaging aggressively. Ugas put his punches together well in the sixth. Ramos was unable to engage effectively in the seventh. The eighth saw Ramos unwilling or unable to move forward against the sharp jabbing Ugas. The ninth saw more of the same, as Ugas kept his man at bay.

Although he was breathing heavily after the tenth, Ugas showed that he was well in control of the fight. Ramos was able to land in the eleventh, but Ugas continued to pepper his man with a stinging jab. Ramos looked for clean shots in the twelfth, and even landed a few, but was simply not able to get the better of Ugas.

Ugas ended up winning by a split decision, thanks to scores of a puzzling 117-111 for Ramos, 115-113 for Ugas, and 115-113 for Ugas.

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PBC On FS1 Recap: Crowley Emerges Victorious

By: Sean Crose Batyr Akhmedov certainly showed his stuff on Sunday night when he knocked out Rey Perez in the very first round of their scheduled 10 round welterweight affair. It was a terrific comeback for the man who failed in his attempt to win the vacant WBA junior welterweight strap last year against Mario Barrios. Akhemedov improved to 8-1, while Perez’ record slipped to 24-11. Junior welterweight Luden Barthelemy also impressed. Dropping Recky Dulay with body shots a whopping three times in the third, the Las Vegas – by way of Cuba – fighter earned himself a stoppage win. Barthelemy now has a record of 16-1-1, while Dulay’s record stands at 11-8. Undefeated welterweight Cody Crowley wrapped up the FS1 portion of Sunday’s PBC card by besting Josh Torres by unanimous decision after 10 rounds of combat. Each of the judges gave Crowley the nod by a score of 100-90. Crowley’s record now stands at 18-0 while Sunday’s defeat presented Torres with a record of 22-7-2. The post PBC On FS1 Recap: Crowley Emerges Victorious appeared first on BoxingInsider.com.

PBC On FS1 Recap: Crowley Emerges Victorious

By: Sean Crose

Batyr Akhmedov certainly showed his stuff on Sunday night when he knocked out Rey Perez in the very first round of their scheduled 10 round welterweight affair. It was a terrific comeback for the man who failed in his attempt to win the vacant WBA junior welterweight strap last year against Mario Barrios. Akhemedov improved to 8-1, while Perez’ record slipped to 24-11.

Junior welterweight Luden Barthelemy also impressed. Dropping Recky Dulay with body shots a whopping three times in the third, the Las Vegas – by way of Cuba – fighter earned himself a stoppage win. Barthelemy now has a record of 16-1-1, while Dulay’s record stands at 11-8.

Undefeated welterweight Cody Crowley wrapped up the FS1
portion of Sunday’s PBC card by besting Josh Torres by unanimous decision after
10 rounds of combat. Each of the judges gave Crowley the nod by a score of 100-90.
Crowley’s record now stands at 18-0 while Sunday’s defeat presented Torres with
a record of 22-7-2.

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