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Henri LeBron Bruce Carrington Win Decisions on Stevenson-Conscao Cards

NEWARK, NJ – Henri LeBron takes the most important victory of his youth career so far. NJ

The 25-year-old southpaw from Puerto Rico took the junior lightweight

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The 25-year-old southpaw from Aguadilla, Puerto Rico won the junior lightweight bout with scores of 80-72, 79-73 and 78-74. Which was earlier the last fight on the Shakur Stevenson-Robson Conceicao card. ESPN broadcasts began.

LeBron (17-0, 10 knockout), who boxed in a fashion reminiscent of Sergio Martinez. Lean with your right hand to lure opponents to counters. The attacker uses his right jab and counter hook to control the boundary against the vanes.

Both the fighters had to cut short the fight due to head-on clashes. In the first Vance was cut at the corner of his right eye, and in the second LeBron maintained a large cut above his left eye. LeBron began to claim control of the fight in the second half, surprising Wences with a counter left hand and opening up a head-and-body combination in the sixth round.

LeBron further distanced himself from Waynes in the eighth, landing a power punch with impunity. LeBron took his foot off the gas in the final 30 seconds, forcing Vance to throw one last flurry before the final bell in vain. LeBron is rated number one. 9 by WBO at 130 pounds. Vance, once a rising prospect, has now lost four of his last five matches.

made a dazzling display of pinpoint punching

Bruce Carrington delivered a dazzling display of pinpoint punching. Determined in his featherweight bout but overtook Jose Argyll in a six-round decision. “Shoo Shu” Carrington (5-0, 3 KO) scored 60-54 on all three cards, the first to cover the distance since his pro debut a year earlier.

Brooklyn, NY Carrington, 25, was throwing punches. Like he wanted to finish matters quickly, mixing the hook and uppercut with his left hand and tearing the body with both hands. He showed far greater punch selection and focus than most boxers with only a handful of pro fights.

Argyll (9-5, 3 KO) of Santiago, Chile showed a strong chin but was bleeding profusely from the second half of the fight. Carrington won the US Olympic Trials in 2020. But could not get to compete in Tokyo due to the cancellation of the US Olympic boxing qualifiers due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Argyll, 28, has only been stoppe once by Haven Brady Jr. earlier this year. Michal López took a significant step forward in his career improvement, defeating Orlando González in an 8-round welterweight bout once between beaten fighters. All three judges contested in favor of the Jamel Herring-managed Lopez of Denver through Agua Prieta, Mexico, with scores of 79–73, 78–74 and 77–75.

Lopez used angles

The 26-year-old recorded his third consecutive win since his sixth-round stoppage loss to Jordan White in March 2021. Aguadilla, Puerto Rico’s González (18-2, 11 KO) had success with his southpaw style in the spot but López used angles close to finding the opening in his defence.

Gonzalez has now lost two of his last three, including a unanimous decision to former Olympic star Robesi Ramirez in October of 2021. Floyd Diaz (7-0, 2 KO) overcame an early career test from a determined opponent to a unanimous decision to Juan Hernández Martínez in his six-round junior featherweight bout. Both fighters were injur in the bout, with Las Vegas’ Diaz scoring a knockdown with the right hand to finish third.

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