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Casimero Knocks Lazarte Out, Followed By Ugly Riot

By Rick Reeno

BoxingScene.com has been advised that moments ago, Filipino Johnreil Casimero (16-2, 10KOs) knocked out hometown hero Luis "Mosquito" Lazarte (49-11-2, 18KOs) in the tenth round to capture the vacant IBF junior flyweight championship at Mar del Plata in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Before the victory could be announced, hundreds of Argentine fans rushed the ring and attacked Casimero and his team, the IBF's officials, journalists and everyone else who tried to prevent the violence from getting worse. Chairs, bottles and punches were flying all over the arena, with very little intervention from the few police officers on the scene.

The fight itself was said to be contested on even terms, until Casimero caught him on chin at the end of the ninth round and Lazarte never recovered and barely had the ability to stand in the tenth. Both fighters used dirty tactics in the contest. Lazarte lost a point for biting Casimero on the neck in the sixth round, while the Filipino lost points for fouls in the fourth and eight.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by elplayapimp on 02-12-2012

[QUOTE=Filo;11773294]The only other boxer to stop Lazarte was none other than the great Pong Wongsaklickylicky. imagine fighting Lazarte ****er whacks you behind the head like it's a legit legal shot. :headbang:[/QUOTE] lol casimiro sucks. He beat a complete bum and…

Comment by Sceptic on 02-12-2012

[QUOTE=Check;11771991]This is what old school boxing is all about:lol1:. Fighters biting each other on the neck and full blown riots.[/QUOTE] Tyson and Golota tried to bring it back but those silly comissions wouldn't allow it.

Comment by Filo on 02-12-2012

[[email protected];11773235]argentinian boxing fans are raring their countrymen to win against a filipino...lately filipino pugs made argentinians their punching bags...[/QUOTE] Pong destroyed this guy in 2 rounds. Pong was just too powerful.:boxing:

Comment by Filo on 02-12-2012

The only other boxer to stop Lazarte was none other than the great Pong Wongsaklickylicky. imagine fighting Lazarte ****er whacks you behind the head like it's a legit legal shot. :headbang:

Comment by [email protected] on 02-12-2012

argentinian boxing fans are raring their countrymen to win against a filipino...lately filipino pugs made argentinians their punching bags...

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