June 14, 2024
Alan David Picasso Remains Unbeaten With Stoppage of Villanueva

Alan David “Rey” Picasso exhibited his offensive arsenal, connecting with authority both at extended distance, medium and short length and imposed a rhythm, frequency and quantity of punches, to close up too much to handle Kevin Villanueva right up until knocking him out in the sixth spherical.

Their fight was the main event of a exhibit introduced by Zanfer and Max Boxing in Mérida, broadcast by Azteca 7.

Picasso (24–, 13 KO’s) executed his combat system centered on a powerful jab, which he repeated and, in addition to marking his distance, damage Villanueva. And once his jab broke his opponent’s guard, Picasso related up and down, with the two hands, frequently staggering his opponent.

Having said that, Villanueva (21-4-3, 15 KO’s) was unsafe with his ability photographs, he went to the entrance and attacked, he pressured the combat from shorter distance and when he discovered gaps in the “King’s” guard.

From the third spherical, Picasso’s dominance turned additional and more crystal clear, his punch was far more and far more impressive and regular, and Villanueva began to shed rate and efficiency.

Soon after a fifth spherical in which Picasso repeated the offensive and landed a large number of power shots, Villanueva arrived at his corner with almost no legs, and in the sixth, the “King” completed the occupation, when just after a mixture, Kevin went to the canvas, and as he listened to the depend, his corner neatly and effectively threw in the towel.

Entire world ranked Angel “Camaleón” Ayala brought his boxing to the fore, had a terrific finish and landed the largest punches in most of the bout to clinch a hotly contested unanimous choice win about the willful and brave Luis “Gallo Giro” Rodríguez, in an 8-spherical flyweight battle,

“Camaleón” Ayala (16–, 7 KO’s) experienced a excellent begin to the combat, connecting with electricity and frequency, even with a strong appropriate hand to the head, sending Rodríguez to the canvas in the second spherical.

“Gallo Giro” Rodríguez (8-3-, 3 KO’s) went to the entrance, fought largely with his southpaw stance but commonly transformed his guard and had a really superior 2nd 50 percent of the struggle.

Rodríguez bled from his left eyebrow from the third round, and in the eighth and previous spherical, it was his right eyebrow that bled, but in the fifth round he place the “Camaleón” in significant trouble, and by the seventh round his left eye was pretty much closed. 

The contest experienced a great closing, with an rigorous eighth round and exchange of blows, till the closing bell stunned them, and the winner was outlined on the scorecards, which unanimously favored Ayala with scorecards 78- 73, 77-76 and 76-75.