Jamel Herring did what he had to do to keep his WBO world title around his waist but his performance was less convincing against Jonathan Oquendo last week in Las Vegas. Herring (22-2, 10 KOs) started well and managed to build a significant lead on the scorecards in the first four rounds including a knockdown in the third stanza by a left uppercut to the jaw of the challenger. Then, in round five, a wild clash of heads caused two cuts over the champion's right eye and the blood clearly started to bother Herring who was slowly lose his momentum and thus allowed the shorter Oquendo to push him over the ropes.
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