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Subriel Matias: I Want World Title Eliminator, I'll Fight Anyone

Mohegan Sun, CT. - In the telecast opener, super lightweight contender Subriel Matias (16-1, 16 KOs) scored a TKO victory over Malik Hawkins (18-1, 11 KOs) after six rounds of action. The fight was stopped on the recommendation of the ringside physician prior to the start of the seventh round and is officially scored a TKO one second into the seventh.
 
"The biggest difference between this fight and my loss was the way I trained in the gym," said Puerto Rico's Matias.

"I didn't train as much as I should have for my last fight. Malik didn't have the power to hurt me. In the first round, I knew that. And that's when I kept moving forward and starting hurting him in the body. That's what I kept doing, just going to the body."

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After Baltimore's Hawkins won the first round on all three judges' cards, Matias began to outwork his opponent and consistently land his left hook to the head and body. In round six, Matias knocked down a fading Hawkins with that hook, the first time Hawkins had been down in his career.

"He was doing a bunch of dirty things in the fight," said Hawkins. "I'm not going to sit here and cry over spilled milk. He was the better man tonight. I'm getting right back into the gym."

Matias was the busier fighter from rounds two through six, landing 137 punches to Hawkins' 94. His left hook also helped him to a 122 to 70 advantage in power punches landed, while swelling the right eye of Hawkins that would lead to the end of the fight. Matias led by the score of 59-54 on all three judges' cards at the time of the stoppage.
 
"I'll fight anyone," said Matias. "Whoever they put in front of me, it doesn't matter. I want a title eliminator, and then I want to fight for a world title."

User Comments and Feedback
Comment by JayJab on 10-26-2020

Matias vs Broner...

Comment by richardt on 10-26-2020

[QUOTE=boogbx;20838822]Let me also add Matias should be undefeated, he was robbed in that Decision loss.[/QUOTE]You need to watch that fight because Matias is lucky he wasn't knocked out. He was flat out battered in that fight.

Comment by Boricua181 on 10-25-2020

[QUOTE=YoungManRumble;20838903]I wouldn't put much weight on the karma/green system since people just randomly throw it out and there are threads in subsections just devoted to giving green back and forth arbitrarily to boost up numbers[/QUOTE] I don't give it much…

Comment by Dean_Razorback on 10-25-2020

[QUOTE=boogbx;20838822]Let me also add Matias should be undefeated, he was robbed in that Decision loss.[/QUOTE] dude, he was lucky that was a 10 round fight and not 12, wtf are you talking about? :lol1:

Comment by Timur78 on 10-25-2020

You don't know what you're talking about. I'm a fan of Matias but he lost the fight. [QUOTE=boogbx;20838822]Let me also add Matias should be undefeated, he was robbed in that Decision loss.[/QUOTE]

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