Zepeda Demolishes Hughes in a Brutal Showdown – Ringside Fight Results

03/17/2024 - No comments

In a brutal display of boxing skill, William Zepeda from San Mateo Atenco, Mexico, dismantled the tough-as-nails former IBO World Champion from Yorkshire, UK, Maxi Hughes. With an unblemished record now boasting 30 wins, Zepeda’s relentless assault, particularly his body shots, forced Hughes to throw in the towel at the end of the fourth round. This victory at the Golden Boy Promotions event, a fight night soaked in sweat and determination, catapults Zepeda to the front of the line for a shot at the world championship.

Zepeda, nonchalant yet burning with ambition, remarked post-fight, “Just another day’s grind. My mantra – attack the body, then aim for the head. It’s not about being cocky; it’s the heavy responsibility of living up to this level of combat. Bigger beasts lie ahead, but I’m gunning for the crown. Shakur, Gervonta, line up!”

The undercard wasn’t without its drama. Floyd Schofield, in a match marred by unsportsmanlike conduct from his opponent Esteuri Suero, including a headbutt and some WWE-style moves, still managed to defend his WBA International Lightweight Title after Suero was disqualified in the fifth.

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Elsewhere, Eric Priest of Kansas City outpunched Jose Sanchez over ten rounds in a middleweight clash, securing a unanimous decision in a bout that was all about Priest’s aggression.

The heavyweight scene saw Tristan Kalkreuth make short work of Marquice Weston, sending him crashing to the canvas in the second round with a vicious left hook, much to the delight of the Las Vegas crowd.

Kicking off the night, Joel Iriarte, a former amateur standout, made his pro debut a memorable one by dispatching Bryan Carguacundo in just two rounds, signalling the arrival of a new welterweight contender.

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