Karim Mayfield Powers Past Herrera To Win Decision

Turning Stone Resort & Casino, Verona, New York - Karim Mayfield (17-0-1, 10KOs) won a ten round unanimous decision over Mauricio Herrera (18-2, 7KOs) in an NABF super lightweight eliminator. Mayfield also retains the NABO championship. Herrera suffers his second consecutive defeat. The scores were 96-94, 98-92 and 97-93.

Mayfield was trying to impose his power early. Herrera, with his face already swelling, started a gutsy comeback in the second. In the fourth, Mayfield sustained a cut under his right eye. Mayfield's faster, harder punches were blasting Herrera round after round, but the tough California boxer continued to come forward and throw punches. Herrera had very few answers and took plenty of punishment in the second half of the fight.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by ElBossHogg™ on 10-29-2012

lets just say I am in no hurry to see mayfield again. Seemed more like a espn fighter to me, he has no real skill does nothing great and nothing really fundamentally sound. Yes he keep winning but let be…

Comment by Ringlife on 10-29-2012

I don't want to see these guys back on HBO any time soon.

Comment by r.castaneda on 10-28-2012

it wuz a decent fight. i thought it wuz funny how mayfield sed he wins by collision. he couldnt knock herrera out tho. he did hit em hard but the dude held his mud. too bad herrera wuznt a little…

Comment by TaurusJ27 on 10-28-2012

I thought it was a good fight even though Mayfield was a little sloppy with his punches.

Comment by RIZO24 on 10-28-2012

Thats why I never pay attention to the compubox numbers.. They had Herrera landindg more punches on every level, but the judges has Mayfield winning.. go figure

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