Guillermo Rigondeaux retained his World Boxing Association super bantamweight title with a unanimous decision over Joseph Agbeko on Saturday in Atlantic City. Rigondeaux scored a dominating win over the challenger as all three judges at the Boardwalk Hall scored the fight 120-108 in his favor.
"Every time I fight I try to improve but he was a tough rival," said Rigondeaux, who is now 13-0 with eight knockouts. "I am improving every day and I am showing it each fight."
Former two-time champ Agbeko (29-5) has lost three of his last four fights. It marked Rigondeaux's first fight since his dominating victory earlier this year over Nonito Donaire.
Asked after the fight if he would welcome a rematch with Donaire, Rigondeaux said he looks forward to it.
"Nonito is a poor man. He is traumatized after the beating I gave him. "If he wants another beating tell him to come and get it. I am number one."
The 33-year-old Rigondeaux easily defeated Donaire by a unanimous decision in April.Tags: Nonito Donaire , Guillermo Rigondeaux