Junior middleweight contender Carlos Adames vanquished Patrick Day by consistent choice Friday night on the undercard of the Richard Commey-Raymundo Beltran lightweight session in Patrick Day vs Carlos Adames in Temecula, California.
It was a fearless exertion from Day, yet toward the end, he was just overpowered by the power and quality of the ponderous Adames, who also pulled away in the late phases of their 10-round session to procure scorecards of 98-91 and 97-93 (twice).
Carlos Adames defeats Patrick Day by scores of 97-93×2, 98-91
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In the main portion of Patrick Day vs Carlos Adames, it was also the speed and boxing capacity of Day (17-3-1, 6 KOs) that beset the solid however customarily trudging Adames (18-0, 14 KOs), who handled his crashing punches just sporadically as Day utilized clever development.
Gonzalez stops Rodriguez
Junior lightweight Miguel Angel Gonzalez also gave Saul Rodriguez his first expert misfortune by thumping him out in Round 3 of every a sizable bombshell. Gonzalez (25-4, 22 KOs) began rapidly, also sending Rodriguez to the canvas with a left guide only seconds into the battle, and continued to hurt him a couple of more occasions in the opening casing.
Patrick Day is a tough guy!
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Amazingly, Rodriguez (23-1-1, 17 KOs) also had the option to balance out things in the second. He was finding a couple of right hands that appeared to influence Gonzalez.
Rodriguez settled things down in the third round. He was also notwithstanding switching things around the battle. Subsequent to shocking Gonzalez, Rodriguez hurried in, appearing to accept he had picked up the high ground, however, he was hit by and by an amazing left snare he never observed coming.
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As Rodriguez hit the canvas, arbitrator Thomas Taylor waved off the battle at 1 minute, 23 seconds of the round.
More undercard results
Lightweight Raymond Muratalla made brisk work of Agustine Mauras. He was showing an amazing mix of speed and power and scoring a first-round TKO. Muratalla stunned Mauras amidst the round with a two-punch mix that was punctuated by a left snare to the head.
In spite of the fact that Mauras endure the round, he was harmed a couple of more occasions by Muratalla. Muratalla also showed the capacity to toss quick, hard punches from both the customary and southpaw positions. As Mauras returned to the corner, his handlers chose to stop the battle for his benefit.
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