In a war, WBC #6 super welterweight Serhii “El Flaco” Bohachuk (22-1, 22 KOs) scored a hard fought sixth round TKO against game Nathaniel “Nate the Great” Gallimore (22-7-1, 17 KOs) to retain his WBC Continental Americas belt on Friday night at the Quiet Cannon Ballroom inside the Montebello Country Club in Montebello, California. Both fighters went right at it from the opening bell. They punished each other as the fight progressed. Bohochuk finally took over midway and began battering Gallimore prompting a referee’s stoppage with two seconds left in round six.
Unbeaten featherweight Omar Cande Trinidad (11-0-1, 9 KOs) brutally stopped veteran Jose Luis Ramirez (28-9, 16 KOs). Trinidad dropped Ramirez in round one and finished him with another knockdown in round two. Time was :47.
I’d be surprised if Bohachuk is ever champion, even when Charlo splits up all of those titles, but he is very fun to watch! Maybe Charles Conway next?
Yes, that’s exactly how I feel.
He’s entertaining, but needs to improve defensively if he’s going to break into the top 10 and stay there.
Possibly, I can see him winning against a weaker champion whose style suits him, but in that case it’s further down the line, after he has improved his defensive boxing skills.
But regardless, he won’t hold any belt for long if he ever gets one.
If someone like… maybe an Erickson Lubin could get a title, maybe Bohachuk can win it off of him. Lubin would sit there and trade with him and anything could happen, surely; but like you said, he gets entirely too much at this point to remain on top for any kind of time. It would be one and done for him, most likely.