Whyte wins without shining

Whyte wins, but does not convince. The Jamaican-born boxer defeated Jermaine Franklin (21-1-0, 14 KO) by majority decision this Saturday, November 26, at the OVO Arena Wembley in London. Neither boxer took risks to get the victory, but Whyte was more successful with his combinations at the end of the clash. A fight that has not made the spectators get up from their seats and leaves doubts about the state of The Body Snatcher on his return.

The return of Dillian Whyte (29-3-0, 19 KO) was shrouded in expectations. The KO of Tyson Fury was a heavy blow for the former interim WBC heavyweight champion, who has needed time to recover. But time passes and it shows, and Whyte has not convinced with his victory tonight. The fight was very close, and neither boxer risked much to win. The Body Snatcher He was more successful with the combinations and pushed more at the end, which made the cards finally go in his favor. Franklin did well, but never stood out.

The last rounds were the ones with the most intensity. In the ninth round, Franklin battered Whyte’s body, but without throwing many combinations in a row. He connected with a hard right that almost made him fall. After that, The Body Snatcher He pressed more and was more successful in the blows. Finally, he took the victory by majority decision (115-115, 116-112, 116-112) in a match in which he did not finish convincing that he was the same as before.

Wardley is crowned

Fabio Wardley (15-0-0, 14 KO) defeats Nathan Gorman via third round TKO to claim the British heavyweight title. Both fighters starred in a spectacular fight for the belt. Wardley clearly prevailed in a fight in which he showed more intensity and success. The crash started strong. In the first round, Gorman tried to take control of the match, but was met with a hard uppercut from Wardley.

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In the next round, he went all out, landing some hard blows that split the bridge of his opponent’s nose, but he responded by sending him to the canvas twice. The superiority was evident, and Gorman’s corner threw in the towel in the third round after he was knocked to the ground again.

Pat McCormack prevails by unanimous decision (60-54, 60-54, 60-54) against Christian Nicols Andino in a boring fight. The Argentine spent the entire match moving around the ring and running away from the confrontation, while McCormack just wanted to add another KO to his record.

Sandy Ryan got the victory by unanimous decision (100-92, 99-91, 98-92) against Anahí Ester Sánchez in a very intense matchup. Both boxers went for it all from start to finish. Finally, Ryan won the cards for presenting a more technical and orderly boxing.

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