Estrada upsets Viloria to win flyweight titles

Brian "The Hawaiian Punch" vs Juan Francisco "El Gallo" Estrada (right)

Brian “The Hawaiian Punch” vs Juan Francisco “El Gallo” Estrada (right)


This is the results of the boxing matches that were staged in Macau, China on Saturday, April 6, 2013.

Mexican Juan Francisco Estrada defeated Philam Brian Viloria by split decision in Macau, winning the WBO and WBA titles in 12 action-packed rounds.
The boxers-combatants showed their level best, giving combinations of hard left and rights straight and hooks to one another in the head, face and body for the full 12 rounds, but 2 judges were not impressed by Viloria’s performance.
Official scores were 116-111 and 117-111 for Estrada, and 115-113 score for Viloria from Judge Martinez

Viloria at 32-year old was the world’s top ranked flyweight with a record of 32-4, 19 KO, while Estrada, 22, was the challenger with 23-2, 18 KO as his official record.

The report said everyone was impressed with Estrada’s fighting performance.

Milan Melindo TKO Tommy Seran in Round 4

Seran (23-2, 14 KO) stood toe to toe with his guns, but he was simply outgunned by the Filipino. Melindo (29-0, 12 KO) scored knockdowns in the first and second rounds, then finished Seran off in the fourth with another big shot that put the Indonesian on the canvas.

Dodie Boy Penalosa Jr KO Nimithra Sithsaithong in Round 3

In the first round. Nimithra floored unbeaten Dodie Boy Jr on a solid shot to the head, the first time that Penalosa has been down in his career. In the second, Penalosa put Nimithra down, but the Thai underdog bounced back. In the third round, a truly lethal body shot put Nimithra down for the count. Penalosa is now 11-0 (11 KO).

Paul Fleming (18-0, 13 KO) defeated Ryusei Yoshida (22-6. 10 KO) in Round 4 by TKO

Dave Penalosa KO Cheroenchai Sithsaithong in Round 2

Penalosa, 22, dropped his Thai opponent with a straight left hand near the end of the first round, then finishing him off early in the second with a brutal body attack. Cheroenchai failed to get up. Penalosa is now 6-0 (4 KO).

Milan Melindo of Cebu, Philippines batters Indonesian Tommy Seran (left)

Milan Melindo of Cebu, Philippines batters Indonesian Tommy Seran (left)

Sources:
Macau boxing results …
Macau undercard results …

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