Ryan Garcia-Luke Campbell Live results and analysis

Ryan Garcia takes care of Luke Campbell for the empty WBC interim lightweight title at the main event of the DZN card at the American Airlines Center in Dallas on Saturday.

Garcia (20-0, 17 KOs) has won four of his last four fights through his stoppage, including an impressive first-round KO against Francisco F. Nasecani on 14 February. Campbell (20-3, 16 KOs) did not fight after losing the unanimous decision challenging Vasily Lomachenko for the lightweight championship in August 2019.

On the co-main occasion, Renને Alvarado defended his WBA “regular” junior lightweight title in a 12-round fight.

Alvarado (32-8, 21 KOs) has won eight consecutive fights, including six with Rocky, since losing to Uriarkis Gamboa almost four years ago. Guterres (24-3-1, 20 KOs) suffered a series of defeats in 2018 against scouts Duarte and Hector Tanazara, but he won five consecutive bouts, through four stoppages.

Also on the card, Renee’s twin brother, Felix Alvarado (35-2, 30 KO), defends his IBF Junior Flightweight World title against DJ Creel (16-1-1, 8 KOS) in a 12-round fight.

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Ryan Garcia wraps his arms around trainer Eddie Renoso before the midterm title fight against Luke Campbell at the American Airlines Center in Dallas on Saturday. (Photo by Ed Keenan / Folden Boy Promti)

Andres Ferrari, ESPN editor38 min

Fighting in Progress: Railway Alvarado Vs.


In the victory of T.C. Alvarado defeated Creel

Felix Alvarado shone from his U.S. debut as he trailed DJ Creel in the 10th round stoppage with two wins to defend his IBF World Light-Flightweight title.

Although not boxing in 2020, Alvardo – Renee’s twin brother, in action on the same card – also showed that his strength makes him one of the best in the world at 108 pounds in second world title defense.

Nicaragua’s Al1-year-old Alvarado (-2 36-6, K1KO) warned with a quick start and then Creel (1-2-2-18, KKO), 25, with a left-handed hook, which floated on the chin. Was. In the second round. Creel admirably survived the second round to the end of the two minutes and a half, taking Ram by the hand in the process.

Alvarado landed an array of shots in the fourth round and again deposited South Africa on the canvas with the left hook. But Creel, a former Stroweight titlelist and quality operator operator, came back from the game with a quick hand firing.

Creel narrowed the points margin in the middle round, but by the end of Round 9 it was almost over as Alvarado increased the pressure. Alvarado survived his attack in the 10th round and it was enough to push to the stoppage after 1 minute 39 seconds as he landed in a series of unanswered punches in the series.

Kuriel defeated Agaton in a victory of criticism

Raલl Kuriel quickly came out of the gate and never turned, hitting Ramses Agaton for four plus minutes to lead to a one-sided, second-round win.

Kuriel (9-0, 7 KOs) focused on the body from the start, and Agaton was fed up with the left side of the liver, which fell to his knees in frustration. The fight was found to be on the verge of a stoppage at the end of the 1st round after a boxing fight against the ropes, but Agaton (22-13-3, 12 KOs) took a long time to hear the end bell in the first round.

Aggression did not stop with the start of Round 2, however, as the right hooks and left uppercuts landed as a constant barrage. At Gaton, whose right eye was closed, was unable to defend himself and a towel was thrown in his corner at 1:16 p.m.

According to Kampubox, Kuriel threw virtually the same amount (108 for Kuriel, 107 for Agaton), knocking Agaton out 43-10.

Younger Garcia remains unbeaten with a majority decision victory

Ryan Garcia’s younger brother, Lightweight Sean Garcia, was unbeaten against Renને Marquez by a hard-fought majority decision with scores of -383-38, -3-3-337 and -3-3-337.

Against Garcia (5-0, 2 KOs), Marquez (5-5, 2 KOs) had a more difficult time than expected. Marquez kept coming forward, unloading the body de punch and throwing his right hand every time Garcia was near. The 20-year-old Garcia was able to punch more in 3 rounds, but the product of Marquez’s physical attack – ended the boring fight.

Garcia landed 48 of a total of 161 punches, while the Marquis, 31, of 185, managed only 30 landings, according to Compubxox. Garcia also paired his 43 power punches, while Marquez landed just 22.

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