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Photos: Felix Verdejo Demolishes Will Madera in One Round

MGM Grand Conference Center, Las Vegas - In a lightweight clash, Felix Verdejo (27-1, 17 KOs) crushed previously undefeated Will Madera (15-1-3, 8 KOs) in the first round, by knockout. (photos by Mikey Williams)

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The victory was the fourth for Verdejo since suffering his first career defeat.

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Verdejo was working his jab in the first round and was keeping Madera at a distance. In the closing seconds of the opening round, Verdejo crushed him with a combination of punches to score a knockdown.

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Madera was very hurt and struggled to get up, and the contest was waved off by the referee.

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Comment by Dasmius Shinobi on 07-19-2020

Felix Verdejo poise, balance, placement of punches with killer instinct, is going to be a threat. :boxing:

Comment by Califire209 on 07-17-2020

Im Excited for the Ressurection of Felix Verdejo, BIG Props to Salas!

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