Jukembayev batters Redkach

Jukembayev Redkach
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WBA #12 super lightweight Batyrzhan Jukembayev (23-1, 17 KOs) scored a fifth round TKO over 38-year-old veteran Ivan Redkach (24-6-1, 19 KOs) on Wednesday night at the ProBox TV Events Center in Plant City, Florida. Jukembayev pounded on Redkach for five one-sided rounds before the beatdown was stopped by the referee. Time was 2:18.

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Junior lightweight Jonhatan Cardoso (17-1, 15 KOs) scored a ten round split decision over Adam “Blunose” Lopez (17-6, 6 KOs). Scores were 99-91, 96-94 Cardoso, and 97-93 Lopez.

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  • 99-91 in Cardoso – Lopez was a drunk score in a really good fight and HOPEFULLY Redkach calls it a day. He checks all the boxes for shot fighter.

    • Cardoso-Lopez 99-91 was score that I had-although was a very competitive fight Cardoso was winning those close rounds with more effective punching. Commentators weren’t scoring those rounds and believed the score was off because of the many punches both were throwing. Many corrupt decisions lately but don’t believe this was one of them.

      • I virtually never think any decision is corrupt. That line of thinking always seems too conspiracy theory-ish for me. I just think 9-1 is a bad score for that fight.

        • Corrupt may be too harsh but they may be encouraged to look out for the A side fighter.

  • jukembayev have tonight easy cherrie pie matias beat him make quit

  • Redkach has nothing left. He always gave us exciting fights but he looked finished tonight.

  • He was nothing more than a punching bag. Probably threw about 20 punches the whole night. His tank is empty. The Co- main was fire. No change in Lopez. He is still running out of gas in the later rounds. 99-91, don’t get me started!

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