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Guillermo Rigondeaux Crushes Willie Casey in One

By Mark Vester

City West Hotel in Dublin, Ireland - In his most impressive performance to date, Guillermo Rigondeaux (8-0, 6KOs) retained the interim WBA super bantamweight title with a first round destruction of previously undefeated Willie Casey (11-1, 7KOs).

They started trading punches early. Casey put a lot of pressure on Rigo and tried to get his combinations in. Rigo seemed to hurt Casey with a shot to the body and started chasing him down. During an exchange, a left hand from Rigo caused a flash knockdown on Casey. Rigo went back to the body and landed a huge left to send Casey down for the second time in the first. Rigo jumped on him again with a combination of punches to send Casey reeling down for a third time as the referee jumped in to stop it.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by NinjaMan! on 04-21-2011

Who's training him now?

Comment by Dustaine on 04-21-2011

[QUOTE=PRBOXINGCOTTO;10257928]he will get stopped once he steps up[/QUOTE] [QUOTE=cubano11;10258283]Just like Juanma[/QUOTE] [QUOTE=Cubanborn87;10258818]ese comepinga is always hatin bro find any cuban thread that u ll see that ***** always whining[/QUOTE] PRBOXINGCOTTO fails once more. :d

Comment by LeadUppercut on 03-20-2011

[QUOTE=bestboxingonly;10260096]Id like to see him vs Donaire. Granting Donaire stays with Top Rank. Should be a battle of skills, power and timing.[/QUOTE] That could be a real good fight if Nonito moves up.

Comment by bestboxingonly on 03-20-2011

Id like to see him vs Donaire. Granting Donaire stays with Top Rank. Should be a battle of skills, power and timing.

Comment by ИATAS on 03-20-2011

Looks like Rigondeaux learned from his last fight and listened to his critics about being boring he came out very aggressive. That's the most aggressive he's been so far in his pro career. If he can keep that up, watch…

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