HBO Boxing Nov 26 Results – Loma Out-Techs Walters

HBO Boxing Nov 26 Results – Bob Arum and his Top Rank Boxing were at the Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas on Saturday night, November 26th, with a card featuring WBO world 130-pound champion Vasyl Lomachenko defending his title against Nicholas Walters.

HBO Boxing Nov 26 Results

 

The two men came out and spent a few rounds in a feeling out process. Lomachenko likely won the first two rounds because he picked the pace up in the last 30 seconds of the rounds. Walters tried to pick up the pace in the third round but Lomachenko picked his output up as well and he was starting to wear Walters out into the middle rounds.

Round seven would see Lomachenko pick it up a level yet again, and by now Walters was showing the signs of the punishment. Walters would decide that the seventh round was his last as he came out of his corner to tell the referee he had enough. In the post-fight interview, Walters blamed the inactivity for him being off on his timing and that he felt he was not going to break through.

The co-feature of the evening saw undefeated Konstantin Ponomarev (30-0) facing Silverio Cruz (35-18) in an 8-round welterweight bout. Ponomarev outboxed the undersized Cruz over the eight rounds to win a unanimous decision that the judges saw 80-72 for the Russian across the board.

Arizona’s undefeated light heavyweight prospect Trevor McCumby took on veteran Donovan George in a fight considered a step up for McCumby. McCumby came out looking to unload and after he caught George the first time, McCumby came in fast to try and close the deal. He did. McCumby goes to 24-0 with a first round stoppage that saw the end come at the 1:48 mark.

Undefeated welterweight Juan Ruiz (17-0 going in) remained undefeated when he stopped late replacement Fernando Carcamo in the opening round of a contest slated for eight rounds. Referee Robert Byrd stopped the contest at the 2:43 mark after the second knockdown

More analysis and coverage at TSS to come.

 

HBO Boxing Nov 26 Results

The complete fight results from the Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas on Saturday night are listed below.

130 LBS 12 RDS: Vasyl Lomachenko 130 def Nicholas Walters via RTD after RD 7.
(WBO super featherweight title)
154 LBS 8 RDS: Konstantin Ponomarev def Silverio Ortiz via UD (80-72, 80-72, 80-72)
175 LBS 8 RDS: Trevor McCumby def Donovan George by TKOnin RD 1 @1:48.
147 LBS 8 RDS: Juan Ruiz def Fernando Carcamo by KO in RD 1 @2:43.
140 LBS 6 RDS: Maxim Dadashev def Efrain Cruz by TKO in RD 2 @1:57.

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COMMENTS

-Kid Blast :

I've been watching boxing for over 60 years and this is the very best I have seen. His ability to pivot is like that of a ballet dancer, albeit a malicious one. His jabs have radar on them and his punches in bunches are a joy to behold. I think I get the Axeman's frustration. Why continue to take brutal punishment against all odd to turn things around?


-miguel1 :

Yeah I feel for Walters. It is ieasy to say he was making $300k, but in the scope of things, that is not that much money, it isnt like a life changing paycheck by any means. So you live to fight another day. But he woulda been smarter to let his guard down during a flurry and have the ref step in to stop it.


-Radam G :

Yeah I feel for Walters. It is ieasy to say he was making $300k, but in the scope of things, that is not that much money, it isnt like a life changing paycheck by any means. So you live to fight another day. But he woulda been smarter to let his guard down during a flurry and have the ref step in to stop it.
Da rude boy proves to be a foolish boy. Holla!


-Kid Blast :

Miguel has the beat


-SuperLight :

I've been watching boxing for over 60 years and this is the very best I have seen. His ability to pivot is like that of a ballet dancer, albeit a malicious one. His jabs have radar on them and his punches in bunches are a joy to behold. I think I get the Axeman's frustration. Why continue to take brutal punishment against all odd to turn things around?
That is a mighty big call! He is surely amazing to watch. I still remember him on Pac's undercard a couple of years ago, fighting much of the bout virtually one-handed, and still looking the goods. Lomachenko has a lot going for him - clean, slick, mobile, aggressive. I'd say he has the style and technique to appeal to the widest range of fans.


-Paul Kevin :

Great Fight worth watching


-Yogo :

I love KB's enthusiasm, if he believes that its good enough for me. I tried to explain to a pal of mine how good Lomas last performance was but I don't think he bought it, they're all catching on now though. Dudes got the looks, the skills and the power, If he can master English he could be the next guy to sell it to the masses.