The ‘supersabado’ of boxing was lame after the loss, by covid, of Teófimo López. Despite this, the enjoyment was guaranteed. First Jaime Munguía and then it was the turn of Jermall Charlo and Naoya Inoue.
Results of the stellar card of Charlo vs Montiel
Jermall Charlo retained the WBC World Middleweight Championship against Juan Macías Montiel, whom he defeated by unanimous decision (119-109, 118-109 and 120-108): The difference between one boxer and another was very evident. There was no color. Charlo gave an exhibition, Montiel endured everything and the champion only needed the KO to round off the night.
Isaac Cruz beat Francisco Vargas by unanimous decision (97-92, 99-90 and 100-89): New step ahead of Isaac Cruz by winning a former world champion. The Mexican has ways of being a champion, but he must improve. He was superior to Vargas, yes, but he has to polish many aspects, including the work with the jab.
Angelo Leo won by majority decision (95-95, 96-94 and 98-92) to Aarón Alameda: A very even fight that opted for Leo’s side for the best work he could get in decisive points of the lawsuit.
Results of the stellar card of Inoue vs Damarinas
Naoya Inoue retained the Bantamweight WBA and IBF World Cups by knocking out Michael Dasmarinas in three rounds: The ‘Monster’ is back. In no time at all he got rid of the official IBF challenger. Quick and precise, he was adding punishment to his opponent. In the second round he struck him down with one hand and in the third, in the same way, he finished it.
Michaela Mayer defeated Erica Anabella Farias by unanimous decision (97-93, 98-92 and 98-92) to keep the WBO World Super Featherweight Championship: Mayer was better. Faster, more precise and knew how to connect more accurate shots. Despite this, Farias showed his face and raised a fight that did not allow the champion to finish showing off.
Isaac Dogboe defeated Adam López by majority decision (95-95, 97-93 and 96-94): Dogboe took time to find his space in the ring, it cost him, but he could end up defeating Adam López, who faded as the rounds passed.