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Photos: Nyambayar Edges Cobia Breedy in WBC Eliminator

Mohegan Sun, CT. - In a WBC featherweight eliminator, Olympic silver medal winner Tugstsogt “King Tug” Nyambayar (12-1, 9 KOs) won a tough twelve round split decision over previously undefeated Cobia Breedy (15-1, 5 KOs). The scores were 115-111 for Breedy, 114-112 for Nyambayar, 114-113 for Nyambayar. (photos by Amanda Westcott)

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Nyambayar and Breedy went to work real fast in the first round. Rapid jabs from both. The fast hands of Breedy were giving Nyambayar trouble - but then in the final seconds a big right hand dropped Breedy.

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They went back to work at the start of the second.  After both were doing good work, a left hand dropped Breedy for the second time in the fight. Breedy recovered as they were trading punches, with Nyambayar doing more damage.

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They were back to trading during the third, with Breedy holding the edge. And Nyambayar came back to grab a close fourth with the better punches of an active fight. Breed was busier and getting to the target first for most of the fifth.

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Breedy's left eye was swelling and giving him issues. Nyambayar was very aggressive in the seventh, landing punches and giving Breedy trouble. A lot of movement from Breedy in the eight but not enough punching. The ninth round was close and could have gone either way, with both having moments.

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A close tenth, with Nyambayar landing the hard punches. A very active eleventh, with both landing solid shots. Nyambayar was letting his hands go in the twelfth, looking to close strong. Breedy was game and looking to fight.

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User Comments and Feedback
Comment by DblM30 on 09-22-2020

If lil timmy bradley was a bit taller and had an ounce of power he could have taken it, he's def a tough lil dude and has some skill

Comment by JRB123 on 09-21-2020

Breedy fought his azz off and he will be back

Comment by Mammoth on 09-21-2020

[QUOTE=_Rexy_;20770597]yeah. I think I had 117-109 or 116-110 Tug on my card.[/QUOTE] Tug needs to pick up the work rate. I had him winning but it's kinda his own fault he only got by with that SD.

Comment by _Rexy_ on 09-21-2020

[QUOTE=RJJ-94-02=GOAT;20770585]Ah so it should have been much wider to Tug, I misread your post, assumed you meant the wrong man got the decision.[/QUOTE] yeah. I think I had 117-109 or 116-110 Tug on my card.

Comment by RJJ-94-02=GOAT on 09-21-2020

[QUOTE=_Rexy_;20770440]Not at all. I gave Breedy 3 rounds, and he got knocked down twice. One of the judges somehow managed to score it 115-111 Breedy...[/QUOTE] Ah so it should have been much wider to Tug, I misread your post, assumed…

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