Vidal KOs Reyna in round one

A boxing card took place Saturday night at the Radisson Victoria Plaza in Montevideo, Uruguay.

In the ten round main event, local middleweight favorite Amilcar Vidal (11-0, 10 KOs) of Uruguay remained unbeaten by stopping previously undefeated Leopoldo Reyna (9-1, 4 KOs) of Mexico. Vidal had Reyna in trouble in the first 30 seconds where Reyna was wobbled by a left hook and the referee issued a standing 8 count. Then at the 2:00 mark, Reyna again staggered where the referee issued another standing 8 count. Moments later Vidal battered Reyna a bit more against the ropes where the referee rightfully waved the fight off.

In the 12 round co-feature, super lightweight Juan Jose Velasco (21-2, 13 KOs) stopped countryman Leonardo Fabio Amitrano (16-5, 12 KOs) by KO in round five. A left hook landed by Velasco in a heated exchange dropped Amitrano, who did not beat the count. Velasco won the South American title.

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  • His last 6 or so boxers he has faced, two of the two or one of the guys he beat in 2018 did not have a fight afterwards, and all of the other boxers in 2019 did not either. Some were undefeated, but they fought guys who had losing records or had not fought at all. It is kind of interesting as if the men he has fought, this Uruguayan are long in the planning stages for him to fight. And to make it impressive, men with undefeated records, some two or three. Who knows, maybe this man from Uruguay will be there first champion.

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