Boxing Results: IBF & WBO World Champ Mikaela Mayer Defeats Jennifer Han!
By Ken Hissner: At the Hanger, Costa Mesa, California, Saturday, over ESPN+ and ESPN Bob Arum (Top Rank) presented in the Main Event IBF & WBO World Female Super Featherweight Champion unbeaten Mikaela Mayer easily defeated former IBF World Female Featherweight Champion Jennifer Han over 10 rounds.
In the Main Event IBF & WBO World Champion Mikaela Mayer, 17-0 (5), #129 ¾, of Colorado Springs, CO, easily defeated Jennifer Han, 18-5-1 (1), #128 ¾, of El Paso, TEX, over 10×2 rounds.
In the second round a clash of heads caused a small cut on the left eyebrow of Mayer who had taken the first round with her jab. In the fourth round a left hook from Mayer drew blood from the nose of Han. Latter in the round a right from Mayer caused a cut on her left eyebrow.
In the seventh round Mayer rocked Han with a right on the chin. In the tenth and final found Mayer continued winning every round dominating Han with a variety of punches keeping her on the defense throughout. Referee was Ray Corona.
Scores were 100-90 twice and 99-91 with this writer 100-90.
In the co-feature Welterweight southpaw Giovani “Gallo de Oro” Santillan, 29-0 (16), #147 ½, of San Diego, CA, stopped Jeovanis “Meque” Barraza, 23-3 (15), #148 ½, of Barranquilla, COL, at 0:33 of the seventh round of a scheduled 10 rounds.
In the first three rounds Santillan backed up Barraza the entire three rounds with good body work. In the fifth round Santillan kept Barrazza against the ropes for the most part with his body work.
In the seventh round Santillan was beating Barrazza up when Referee Thomas Taylor saw enough stopping the fight.
WBC No. 2 ranked Bantamweight Jason “Mayhem” Moloney, 23-2 (18), #119 ½, of Kingscliff, New South Wales, AUS, defeated Francisco “Rayito” Pedroza, 17-11-2 (10), #119 ¾, of Tijuana, Baja California, MEX, over 10 rounds.
In the first three rounds Moloney used a good body attack taking all three but all close rounds with Pedroza holding his own. In the fourth round Pedroza took his first round ending it with a hard right on the chin of Moloney.
In the sixth round a right from Moloney on the chin of Pedroza wobbled his legs with a minute remaining in the round. In the eighth round Moloney started fast with referee Thomas Taylor warning Pedroza twice for holding. Pedroza finished the final minute strong with good left hooks to the body of Moloney.
In the ninth rounds final minute Moloney hurt Pedroza with a right to the body doubling him over. In the tenth and final round Moloney tried for the stoppage but had to settle for winning the round and the decision.
Scores were 100-90, 99-91 twice and 98-92 from this writer.
Super Lightweight Lindolfo Delgado, 15-0 (13), #142 ½, of Monterrey, Neuvo Leon, MEX, knocked out southpaw Gustavo “El Perrito” David Vittori, 25-11-1 (10), #145 ¼, of Concordia, Bueno Aires, ARG, at 2:10 of the second round of a scheduled 10 rounds.
In the second round Delgado had Vittori cut under the right eye and dropped him twice with the second causing referee Thomas Taylor to wave the fight off.
WBC No. 10 ranked Super Flyweight Andrew “The Monster” Moloney, 23-2 (14), #115 ¾, of Kingscliff, New South Wales, AUS, stopped Gilberto Mendoza, 19-12-3 (10), #112 ½, of Modesto, CA, at 2:39 of the eighth round of a scheduled 10 rounds.
In the third round a left jab from Moloney caused a cut over the right eye on the forehead of Mendoza. In the fourth and fifth rounds Moloney continued to outland Mendoza who is on the defense. In the sixth round it looked like Moloney had all but finished the game Mendoza who suffered a cut on his left eyelid.
In the eighth round Moloney scored a flurry of punches causing referee Jerry Cantu to call a halt.
IBF No. 1 Featherweight Luis “El Venado” Alberto Lopez, 25-2 (14), #128, of Mexicali, Baja California, MEX, stopped Raul “El Ciclon De Miami” Chirino, 19-14 (12), #128 ¾, of Miami, FL, at 1:08 of the fourth round of a scheduled 8 rounds.
In the second round a 3-punch combination ending with a left to the liver from Lopez dropped Chirino for an 8-count by referee Sharon Sands. In the third round with a minute remaining a right from Lopez on the chin dropped Chirino for an 8-count from referee Sands.
Shortly afterwards a combination to the chin dropped him again with ten seconds remaining in the round.
In the fourth round Lopez dropped Chirino for the fourth time with a left to the liver ending the bout as referee Sands waved it off.
2020 Olympic Silver Medalist Duke Ragan, 5-0 (1), #126 ½, of Cincinnati, OH, defeated Diuhl “Elegante” Olguin, 15-22-5 (10), #125 ½, of Guadalajara, MEX, over 6 rounds.
In the first three rounds it was all Ragan mostly using counter rights over Olguin’s jabs. In the last three rounds Ragan continued outworking Olguin taking an easy six rounder.
Scores were 60-54 by all three judges and this writer.
Making her debut 2020 Olympian southpaw Flyweight Ginny “The Captain” Fuchs, 1-0 (1), #109 ¾, of Houston, TX, stopped Randee Lynn Morales, 4-4 (2), #110 ½, of Albuquerque, NM, at 0:24 of the fourth round of a scheduled 6×2 rounds.
In the first rounds final fifteen seconds Fuchs landed half a dozen punches with the final driving Morales for an 8-count by referee Jerry Cantu as the round ended. By the end of the third round Morales had bad swelling under her right eye having dropped her third straight round. In the fourth round Fuchs landed a pair of body shots causing referee Cantu to wave off the mismatch.
Bantamweight Floyd “Cashflow” Diaz, 4-0 (1), #122, of Las Vegas, NV, knocked out Blake Quintana, 4-2 (1), #120 ¾, of Omaha, NEB, at 0:43 of the fourth round of a scheduled 4 rounds.
In the first two rounds Diaz outworked Quintana. In the fourth round a right uppercut to the solar plexus from Diaz and down went Quintana taking the full count from Referee Sharon Sands for the stoppage.
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