Photos: Terrazas, Juanma, Ramirez Win in Mexico City
By Rafaelo Soto, Joel Colon
Arena, Mexico City, Mexico - In a battle for the vacant WBC super bantamweight title, Victor Terrazas (37-2-1, 21KOs) got drilled hard in the twelfth and final round, but held on to win a very close twelve round split decision over countryman and former champion Cristian Mijares (47-7-2, 22KOs). The scores were 114-113 Mijares, 114-113 Terrazas and 115-112 Terrazas.
Former two division world champion Juan Manuel Lopez (33-2, 30KOs) knocked out late replacement Eugenio Lopez (31-25-1, 25KOs) in the second round of a fight held at the super featherweight limit. A left uppercut followed by a right hook put Lopez away in the second.
Mexican middleweight sensation Gilberto Zurdo Ramirez (25-0, 20KOs) made short work of Colombian Juan de Angel Monterrosa (9-3-1, 9KOs) with a knockout in two minutes of the third round.
[QUOTE=mex602;13277650]who is that middleweight guy that took out the colombian[/QUOTE] that's zurdo ... that man in about 5 fights should be blowing the hell up. dude is LEGIT.Comment by baya on 04-22-2013
[QUOTE=mex602;13277679]congrats bro. your boy juanma took out a guy with a 31-25 record..... [B]i bet you and boricua friends are having a reggaeton rodeo in celebration right???[/B][/QUOTE] :rofl: :rofl:Comment by TX_BOXNG on 04-22-2013
i forgot about these fights, but i had Terrazas winning before the fight, good to see him winComment by kiaba360 on 04-21-2013
I just watched Mijares/Terrazas, and I had it 114-113 for Terrazas. Pretty good fight, too bad it had to be on the same night as Canelo/Trout.Comment by BattleAxePurist on 04-21-2013
Terrazas/Mijares was absurdly difficult to score majority of the rounds neither guy did anything to standout so even though Terrazas was hurt a couple times and down it was an OK call I guess but Mijares has a claim to…Post a Comment/View More User Comments (14)