Boxing: Mazloum Akdeniz is the champion of the continent, Mathieu Germain wins the GYM gala

Quebec oppressed Akdeniz defeated Mexican Juan Antonio Rodriguez by unanimous decision, Thursday evening, at a party presented by Groupe Yvonne Michel at the Cabaret du Casino de Montreal.

The winner thus lays his hands on the continental belt of the Americas at the WBC super lightweight thanks to scores of 97-91, 97-91 and 98-90 in his favour. He has a perfect record of 17 wins with 8 KOs.

A first step in Akdeniz’s plan

“I’m really happy. I still have a lot to work on,” Akdeniz said humbly at the same time. It looks like I have an opponent who’s already fighting in the World Championships which is the caliber you need. I’ve prepared well, but I think I have to work twice as hard. I want to be An undisputed champion. I want that when you get in the ring with me, guys should leave their skin there. I have to get better, but I’m really happy to have that belt.”

Akdeniz dictated doing well at the start of the fight. However, he relaxed a bit in the fourth round, but still finished it strong. Rodriguez, the most aggressive, also played my sixth and seventh with the best shots.

Akdeniz was booked eighth for a header. Then he redeemed himself with his fists. Rodriguez, who cut above his left eye, lost his energy and was in turn punished in the penultimate match by giving his opponent an expensive 10-8.

Rodriguez was playing his first professional fight on Canadian soil since 2007.

Germain sends first defeat to Orias

Mathieu Germain defeated Michel Cabrera Llorás by unanimous decision, taking cards 96-94, 97-93 and 99-91 from the judges against an unbeaten opponent to date.

“He was a very good opponent, a man from the Mexican national team with a lot of experience. I was expecting to hit him and bring him to school, which I did,” Germain said before texting Yvonne Michel. “I want big fights, I’m a young veteran and I want to get back into the top 15 in the world. I’ve been there before and I want to fight back for a belt.”

Germain won the majority of the fairly tight early rounds in a methodical fashion. He threw in some great fixtures, especially in the sixth round. This was when Quebec took the pace and distanced himself, in control of the ring, while his opponent was more tired, inaccurate, and busy defending himself with rare good counterattacks. The latter never got past the eighth attack and hung more and more over the course of the fight.

Before the match in complete comfort before the final round, coach Stephane Laroche warned Germain to be careful to ensure his victory, the third in a row after beating Stéphane Clagett and Eric Inzonza Angulo.

Conwell is too strong for Ramirez

Charles Conwell went unbeaten in 17 matches by eliminating Abraham Juarez Ramirez in the third round.

He completely controlled his opponent from the first sound of the bell. He even won a second round worth 10-7 after two fell on the mat.

So it was only a matter of time for the American, who finally ended the fight with blows to the ribs, which took Juarez’s breath, kneeling on the ground.

Two and a half years ago, Conwell was sitting in the front rows of a horrific event. After passing the K.-O. To Patrick’s Day in the 10th round, on October 16, 2019 in Chicago, the latter passed away from a traumatic brain injury. Dai was evacuated unconscious on a stretcher and taken to hospital, where he underwent emergency brain surgery before falling into a coma.

Since that tragedy, Conwell has won all six of his fights.

Evening results:

Mazloum Akdeniz (17-0-0, 8 KOs) vs. Juan Antonio Rodriguez (32-9-0, 28 KOs)
Charles Conwell (17-0-0, 13 K.-O.) defeated Abraham Juarez Ramirez (19-10-0, 8 K.-O.) by K.-O. In the third round
Matthew German (21-2-1, 9 KOs) beat Michael Cabrera Urillas (12-1-0, 9 points) by unanimous decision (96-94, 97-93, 99-91).
Spencer Wilcox (3-0, 2 KOs) defeated Juan Carlos Ramirez Garcia (4-2-0, 0 KOs) by unanimous decision (39-37 x 3).
Jonathan Debella (1-0-0, 0 KOs) Brian Lopez defeated Salinas (2-1-0, 0 KOs) by unanimous decision (40-36 x 3) in his first professional fight.
Fleur Carrera (2-0-1, 0 KOs) she defeated Sarah Couillard (0-1-0, 0 KOs) by unanimous decision (40-36 x 3).
Eric Basran (2-0-0, 1 K.-O.) defeated Jorge Castro (3-6-2, 1 K.-O.) by K.-O. In the first round

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