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Antonin Decarie Stops Alex Perez in The Sixth Round

MGM Grand at Foxwoods Resort, Mashantucket, Connecticut - Antonin Decarie (27-1, 8KOs) stopped Alex Perez (16-1, 9KOs) in the sixth round to retain the WBC International welterweight title, and captures the vacant NABF title.

Decarie's experience shined in the first round. He stunned Perez with several hard right hands in the second, but wasn't able to follow-up with too much. Decarie was landing the right to the belly, then to the body and bringing the punch up to Perez's jaw. In the fourth, Perez opened up and they started trading hard punches. During the sixth, Decarie blasted Perez with a hard counter right hand and sent him crashing with several more shots. Perez beat the count but then he was battered against the ropes until the referee jumped in.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by RingsideReport on 09-30-2012

Exciting fighter with decent pop. Guy is a good test for anyone at ww

Comment by Jupiter Maximus on 09-30-2012

got to admit had never seen him fight b4, but will definetly watch his next fight [SIZE="1"][I]Posted from Boxingscene.com App for Android[/I][/SIZE]

Comment by TaurusJ27 on 09-30-2012

Good win by Decarie.

Comment by Teddy Brenner on 09-29-2012

Decarie is technically sound and has a better punch than his record suggests.

Comment by Molotov91 on 09-29-2012

What a good knock out from decaire.

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