Results: Zepeda Vs. Hughes Highlights (Video)

By PBroderick - 03/17/2024 - Comments

William Zepeda from San Mateo Atenco, Mexico, left no stone unturned as he dismantled the brave but outmatched Maxi Hughes from Yorkshire, UK. Zepeda, with a track record that screams ‘undefeated’, bulldozed through Hughes, forcing him to throw in the towel right after the fourth round bell chimed.

William Zepeda, barely breaking a sweat, remarked, “Just another day at the office. Thirty fights, thirty victories, all thanks to my team.” His strategy was simple yet brutal – weaken the body, then go for the kill. But don’t mistake his calm demeanor for overconfidence; it’s the burden of expectation he carries, fully aware of the tougher challenges that lie ahead. “I’m gunning for the title. Shakur, Gervonta, bring it on,” he stated, ready to take on the world.

The co-feature fight saw Floyd Schofield, also known as “Kid Austin”, in a somewhat theatrical defense of his WBA International Lightweight Title against Esteuri Suero. The bout was peppered with drama, including an accidental headbutt and Suero’s antics, which ranged from holding to lifting Schofield off his feet – not once, but twice. The referee had seen enough by the fifth round, disqualifying Suero and handing the win to Schofield.

Elsewhere on the card, Eric Priest from Kansas City showcased his aggression against Jose Sanchez in a ten-round middleweight clash, earning a unanimous nod from the judges. Meanwhile, the heavyweight scene saw Tristan Kalkreuth delivering a succinct left hook that floored Marquice Weston in the second round, sealing the deal early.

Kicking off the night, Joel Iriarte, a former Team USA member with a decorated amateur background, made a stunning professional debut. He dazzled the audience with a second-round TKO victory over Bryan Carguacundo.

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