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Lecona Shocks Bernache, Sandoval Destroys Avila

By Rafael Soto

Mexico City, Mexico - Super bantamweight journeyman Jonathan Lecona scored a big upset by winning a ten round unanimous decision over Enrique "Duende" Bernache. The judges gave the following scores of 96-95, 97-93 and 98-92. Bernache (21-5, 11 KOs) controlled Lecona (15-11-2, 5 KOs) for the first four rounds, until the challenger rallied to make it a battle until the final bell.

Junior middleweight contender Daniel Sandoval (31-2, 30 KOs) destroyed Martin Avila (14-11, 7KOs) in two rounds. Sandoval dropped Avila two times in the first round and then two more times in the second. Referee Laurentino Ramirez decided to stop the match when Martin fell to the canvas for the fourth time.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by nycsmooth on 02-10-2013

Lecona,as a late minute sub really surprised, good 4 him...Sandoval needs 2 step up but he's not ahead of Gilberto Rameriez Sanchez this point...better opposition is definately neede 2 correct the faults he has....

Comment by TheGunslinger on 02-10-2013

[QUOTE=Jocknerd94;13017812]Want to see Sandoval start stepping it up now. See what he is made of and see if his power is for real. He has looked good for what I have seen.[/QUOTE] Haven't seen him fight but on boxrec he…

Comment by Jocknerd94 on 02-09-2013

Want to see Sandoval start stepping it up now. See what he is made of and see if his power is for real. He has looked good for what I have seen.

Comment by Hougigo on 02-09-2013

Wish somebody could give us a RBR of this

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