Blake Caparello’s Left Hook Closes The Show At The Paramount – Fight Results

02/25/2024 - No comments

Last night, the Paramount in Huntington, New York, was absolutely buzzing, and not just from the local nightlife. Joe DeGuardia’s Star Boxing put on a spectacle at “Rockin’ Fights 46” that had the crowd spilling their pints in excitement. With seven scraps on the bill and five fighters hitting the deck, it was nothing short of a carnival of chaos.

In the headline tussle for the WBC Continental America’s and NABA Gold Cruiserweight straps, Simone Federici, dubbed “The Italian Tank,” squared off against the Aussie, Blake Caparello, previously crowned IBO World Champion. It was a bit of a slow burner at first, with both lads sizing each other up. But come the second round, Federici ramped up the heat, only to get cooled down by Caparello’s slick moves. It was like watching a bull and matador at play, with Caparello dodging and weaving until he found the perfect moment in the fifth to land a left hook that sent Federici for a nap. Caparello snagged the titles and took them down under, leaving Federici to wonder what hit him.

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The undercard wasn’t short of drama either. Danny Gonzalez outlasted Keane McMahon in an eight-round marathon that was more a test of who could gas out last. Gonzalez, true to his style, turned up the pressure, and McMahon just couldn’t keep up, handing Gonzalez a well-earned victory on points.

Then there was the slugfest between Lou Maietta and Tevin Terrance, which nearly brought the house down. It was an all-out war with both fighters landing heavy blows, but it ended in a split draw, leaving a sour taste as many thought Maietta had done enough to win.

Kamil Bednarek showcased his power against Victor Hugo Exner, stopping him in the third with a punch that had the crowd gasping. And let’s not forget the gutsy performance from Ronny Reyes, who lived up to his “Ruthless” moniker by dispatching Markus Bowes with a body shot that echoed through the venue.

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Frankie “Magic” Monaco outclassed Levan Loutsoupitze over four rounds, using his inside game to frustrate and outmaneuver the taller man. And John Gjini kept his unbeaten record intact by stopping Manuel Guzman in the fourth, proving he’s a force to be reckoned with.

Joe DeGuardia, the mastermind behind Star Boxing, summed it up perfectly, saying the night was a cracking representation of what “Rockin’ Fights” is all about – sheer, unadulterated boxing entertainment. With three more shows lined up for 2024, the message was clear: keep your eyes peeled and your gloves ready.