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Austin Trout Dominates David Lopez, Torres Wins Too

By Miguel Rivera

Auditorio Miguel Barragan, San Luis Potosi - Austin Trout (23-0, 13KOs) retained his WBA "regular" junior middleweight title with a dominating twelve round decision over David "Destroyer" Lopez (40-13, 23KOs). At the end of the twelve rounds, the judges saw it 119-109, 117-110 and 118-109, all in favor of Trout.

Lopez had some very good moments in the fight when he caught Trout with hard punches to the jaw. Trout was able to trouble Lopez often with his movement, speed and quicker hands. A controversial moment in the eleventh, when Lopez cracked Trout to the jaw, but the champion held the ropes to prevent himself from going down. Lopez tried to go for a knockout in the twelfth but couldn't finish Trout off.

Ana Maria Torres successfully defended, for the ninth time, the flyweight championship of the World Boxing Council (WBC), after knocking out Brazilian Vanessa Guimaraes in four rounds. Torres punished her opponent and finished her off with a hook to the liver in the fourth, which forced the referee to stop the fight.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by americanbot on 06-16-2011

[QUOTE=vacon04;10687964]That's not true, Trout was in problems in some rounds of the fight, and even though he won it was a close bout. The judges scorecards were terrible.[/QUOTE] the fight was NOT close. STOP THE LIES. the judges scored the…

Comment by Evil Abed on 06-16-2011

[QUOTE=americanbot;10702143]just watched the trout vs lopez bout. it wasn't even close......lopez was outboxed with ease.... you mexicans go around lying about what actually happened with the fight. how pathetic & halarious.......... p.s. trout was NEVER EVER in danger of being…

Comment by americanbot on 06-16-2011

just watched the trout vs lopez bout. it wasn't even close......lopez was outboxed with ease.... you mexicans go around lying about what actually happened with the fight. how pathetic & halarious.......... p.s. trout was NEVER EVER in danger of being…

Comment by KnockUTheFukOut on 06-13-2011

I wasn't impressed...these younger fighters are not consistent AT ALL, Trout, Vanes, Alvarez...they are all considered the next generation in that 154 division but in the ring...I AM NOT IMPRESSED SO FAR! They all have Flaws and Weaknesses that are…

Comment by vacon04 on 06-13-2011

[QUOTE=americanbot;10687872]trout outboxed the living crap out of the slow face foward brawler.....i don't think the score cards were even close..... you're a moron[/QUOTE] That's not true, Trout was in problems in some rounds of the fight, and even though he…

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