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Jerwin Ancajas: Nothing Changes, I Want All Champs at 115

Oracle Arena, Oakland - The “Pretty Boy” didn’t have an easy night at the office. Jerwin “Pretty Boy” Ancajas made the sixth defense of his IBF junior bantamweight world title, battling to a draw against Alex Santiago. The scorecards read 116-112 Ancajas, 118-111 Santiago, and 114-114.

“It was a good, entertaining fight,” Ancajas said. “My timing was a little off. He was a little awkward. I felt like I pressed the fight and did enough to win.”

Said Santiago: “Everyone saw the fight, and everyone saw that I won the fight clearly.”

Ancajas (30-1-2, 20 KOs) was forced into a firefight against the hard-charging Santiago (16-2-5,7 KOs), who was making his first attempt at a world title. Santiago landed a flush combination on Ancajas’ jaw to end the second round, a sign that it would be a long evening for Ancajas.

It was the stiffest test of Ancajas’ two-year title reign, a closely contested affair with a number of razor-thin rounds.
 
With title defense number six under his belt, Ancajas now turns his attention to lucky number seven.
 
“I still want all the champions at 115,” Ancajas said. “Nothing has changed."

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In other action:

Super Middleweights: Janibek Almikhanuly (3-0, 1 KO), unanimous decision, six rounds, Carlos Galvan (16-8-1, 15 KOs). Scores: 60-54 3X.

Almikhanuly said: “I felt very good in there. I'll be back soon and perform even better." 

Welterweights: Askhat Ualikhanov (4-1, 2 KOs), unanimous decision, six rounds, Angel Hernandez (13-11-2, 8 KOs). Scores: 58-56 2X, 59-55.

Ualikhanov said: "Everything went well tonight. It was a good experience. Hernandez was a tough guy who made me work hard every single round."

Super Bantamweights: Joshua Greer Jr. (18-1-1, 10 KOs), TKO 3, 1:49, Giovanni Delgado (16-8, 9 KOs).

Greer said: “I’ came here to make a statement, and I did. Nobody has ever stopped him that fast. I’m ready for anyone at 118 pounds. I’m the best. Watch out because ‘Don’t Blink’ is coming!”

User Comments and Feedback
Comment by HumanBag on 09-30-2018

[QUOTE=warrenchico;19154813]Saw this fight twice, I had to see the last one in slow motion, only during exchances because there were so many close rounds. Barrios did great in this fight, was a fast counter puncher, and not afraid to go…

Comment by warrenchico on 09-30-2018

[QUOTE=HumanBag;19153011]Alright man i've finally watched it and i got it 8-4 ancajas. Just cleaner busier,more consistent jab and straight to the body. While barrios did have moments it was brief more eye catching maybe but not enough. I only got…

Comment by HumanBag on 09-30-2018

[QUOTE=Laszlo;19153833]Your just lying. Deep down you know Jerlvin is a bum. :beerchug:[/QUOTE] Nah man im as honest as a suspect being interrogated by fbi.[QUOTE][/QUOTE]

Comment by Laszlo on 09-30-2018

[QUOTE=HumanBag;19153011]Alright man i've finally watched it and i got it 8-4 ancajas. Just cleaner busier,more consistent jab and straight to the body. While barrios did have moments it was brief more eye catching maybe but not enough. I only got…

Comment by HumanBag on 09-30-2018

[QUOTE=Laszlo;19151968]Just go watch the fight dude. It wasn't close at all. Jervis got smashed up by a bum dude. He's not troubling anybody. :lol1: Coward is just begging for a payday[/QUOTE] Alright man i've finally watched it and i got…

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