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Alfredo Angulo Eyes More Jab Use, Feels Better at 160

Los Angeles, CA - To the roar of the huge crowd at STAPLES Center, Alfredo "El Perro" Angulo, 24-5 (19KO's), of Mexicali, Mexico, battered Hector Munoz, (22-16-1 (14KO's) over five rounds of their scheduled ten round clash. With power punches from all angles, Angulo bloodied Munoz and dropped him in the fifth. Following that stanza, Munoz did not come out for round six with Angulo being awarded the well-deserved victory.

"I feel really good. I worked and used my jab. I've never used my jab too much and tonight I tried to use it more and more and more," Angulo said.
 
"When I fought in June, it had been a long time since I fought and I was fighting in a new weight class. To be honest, I was nervous and today I was more comfortable."
 
"I could tell the the fans were behind me tonight and they motivate me to work even harder in each fight."

In the main event, a battle of Southern California featherweights, where Leo "El Terremoto" Santa Cruz, (31-0-1, 17 KOs) defeated Abner Mares, (29-2-1, 15 KOs) by majority decision in a fight reminiscent of Mexican wars between boxing legends Marco Antonio Barrera and Erik Morales. Scores tallied 117-111 twice and 114-114 in front of a raucous crowd of 13,109 for the Premier Boxing Champions on ESPN main event. 

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Gentblue on 08-30-2015

[QUOTE=Eastcoast;16005972]I hope they keep him at this level, no reason to see him to see him take a beating by another mid-level fighter like Dela Rosa. Even before the [B]Lara beating[/B], he was looking meh against Jorge Silva. He took…

Comment by Eastcoast on 08-30-2015

I hope they keep him at this level, no reason to see him to see him take a beating by another mid-level fighter like Dela Rosa. Even before the Lara beating, he was looking meh against Jorge Silva. He took…

Comment by Tobi.G on 08-30-2015

"I'm eyeing my jab use" Dont eye it, use it!

Comment by Hougigo on 08-30-2015

You mean 163? You didn't even make the 162 weight

Comment by Najuk on 08-30-2015

another great name for GGGs legacy at 160:boxing:

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