Uruguayan middleweight boxer Amilcar Vidal Jr. notably closed out the year 2021 on Wednesday by beating Argentine contender Martín Ezequiel Bulacio at the Roberto De Vicenzo Municipal Sports Center in Berazategui, Argentina, to retain his Latino title from the World Boxing Council.

Vidal, 25-years-old, maintained his impeccable undefeated record of 14 wins as a pro. The ringside judges scored it 97-93, 96-94 and 99-91.

Their clash was a rematch of a bout that took place in May of 2019 - and saw Vidal win with a stoppage victory in eight rounds.

The rising contender initially captured the WBC Latino strap on August 3, 2019 at the Penarol Palace against the Argentine Nicolás Luque Palacios, by way of a unanimous decision.

Vidal Jr. is guided by the very well-known Uruguayan promoter and adviser Sampson Lewkowicz of Sampson Boxing. Vidal, who has been living in the United States for years, made his debut on April 14, 2018 when he knocked out Uruguayan Rodrigo Ferrari at the Mercedes Rowing Club.

Since then, he has fought 14 bouts, with 14 wins, 11 of them on the fast track.

Three of Vidal's last five fights have taken place in the United States. He was showcased back in July as part of the Showtime televised undercard to the junior middleweight unification between Jermell Charlo and Brian Castano. Vidal would win a very tough ten round majority decision over veteran Immanuwel Aleem.