January 26, 2021
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Amanda Serrano blasts out Dahiana Santana in a single circular in Dominican Republic

Amanda Serrano blasts out Dahiana Santana in one round in Dominican Republic

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by means of Ryan O’Hara

The rematch turned into a mismatch.

Amanda Serrano, who has received world titles in a ladies’s listing seven weight courses and currently holds a featherweight belt, knocked out Dahiana Santana in the first round of their scheduled eight-circular lightweight contest at resort Catalonia Malecon center in Santo Domingo, the capital of the Dominican Republic.

The bout was a rematch of their April 2017 vacant bantamweight title battle, which Serrano gained by the use of eighth-round stoppage.

however the sequel ended rather directly. Serrano (39-1-1, 29 knockouts), 32, a Puerto Rico native based mostly in new york, jumped on Santana from the onset and pounded her into submission.

Serrano ripped Santana with lefts and rights to the body and the pinnacle, flooring her opponent just a minute into the battle with a correct hook.

Santana (36-13, 15 KOs), who hails from the Dominican Republic, beat the count, but Serrano went correct again to enterprise, ripping lefts and rights to the physique until referee Roberto Ramirez Jr. had eventually viewed ample, halting the motion at 1:30 of round one.

On the undercard, junior welterweight Jovanie Santiago (14-0-1, 10 KOs) surpassed Juan Zegarra (16-1, 10 KOs) his first loss as an expert in a primary-circular knockout from a wicked left hook to the physique. a hundred thirty five-pounder Edwin de los Santos (8-0, 7 knockouts) remained undefeated with a 2nd-circular knockout of Pedro Verdu (28-23-4, 22 KOs). 2016 Olympian Hector Garcia (13-0, 10 KOs) stopped Marco Acevedo (11-8-1, 2 KOs) inside three rounds. Gregorio Lebron (24-5, 18 KOs) outpointed Lucian Gonzalez (22-21-2, 6 KOs), who misplaced for the 11th consecutive time, over six rounds in a junior bantamweight bout.

The main event, which remains to return, points Ring No. 4 rated strawweight Wilfredo Mendez (16-1, 6 knockouts), who will make the third protection of his WBO title in opposition t Alexis Diaz (25-2, 17 KOs).