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Hugo Ruiz, Ana Maria Torres, Ava Knight Win By TKO

By Miguel Rivera

Ana Maria Torres (28-3-1, 16KOs) stopped Colombian fighter Maria Andrea Miranda (14-8) in the fourth round to retain her super flyweight championship of the World Boxing Council at the Auditorium Gym in Los Cabos, Mexico. After taking punishment for three rounds, Miranda sat on her stool when the fourth round started and she was counted out.

Sinaloa's Hugo "Cuatito" Ruiz (30-1, 27KOs) successfully defended his belt for the third time, as he retained the interim-bantamweight title of the World Boxing Association (WBA) with an eight round stoppage of Venezuelan Yonfrez "Executioner" Parejo (11-1, 4KOs). Parejo went down the second round and took a beating, and went down again the seventh from a body shot. He took more punishment until the fight was stopped at 1:12 of the eight.

Ava Knight scored a tenth round knockout of mandatory challenger Hongfah Buamas Tor to retain the flyweight championship of the International Boxing Federation (IBF).

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by nycsmooth on 04-01-2012

Torres fought an opponent that had no chance or right 2 box 4 the title but Torres still #1 female P4P & Juarez says she wants 5 titles, so she needs to move to '18 & challenge Torres or Kentikian…

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