May 9, 2021


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Joseph Parker defeated Derrick Chisoran to lift the heavyweight World Cup hopes

Derek Chisora, who started as a train, was defeated by a decision that divided Joseph Parker, and he suffered from a lack of steam.

Seven seconds after the first round, Chisora ​​dropped Parker.

Britain opened the scoring in the first half when Parker struggled to find the back of the net.

Under the direction of new coach Andy Lee, the former world champion narrowed the gap on the scorecards and began to march into the middle of the round.

And Parker continued to improve in the final third of the bout before scoring 113-115, 116-111 and 115-113.

On the map, Katie Taylor lost to WBC, WBA, IBF and WBO after a stunning victory over Natasha Jonas at the Manchester Arena.

Near the end of the memorable quarter-final clash in London 2012 when Taylor won the Olympic gold, the Irish fighter won again in a 10-round tie.

Finally, Taylor’s combination of speed and accuracy won the bout that day, with one of the judges scoring 96-94 and the others appreciating 96-95.

For the second time in a row, Jonah suffered a setback in the World Series, and it probably took a while for him to take part in another women’s boxing match.

Ring legend Roy Jones Jr. has returned to the middle of the line with first-choice Chris Yubanker Jr. Marcus Morrison.

And he developed a coordinated performance to show the opponent more than 10 rounds.

One of the legends said, “I was badly hurt in the second round and could have ended the fight.

But I was looking for rounds. I wanted to use some of what Roy Jones taught me. Practice the instructions he gives me.

Craig Richard’s short-lived WBA lightweight victory over Dmitry Bevol was unanimous.

The longest Richard, after beating Shakhtar Peters to the title of England in December, tried to set up some kicks behind the line, but his unbeaten Russian opponent was fast and brilliant for most of the tournament.

Although the Volvo Richards seemed tired of the expansion, he managed to get out of the territory to make more interesting shots.

However, Bevolt won 188-110, 115-113 and 115-114, the second-highest loss of any professional, with 18 wins in several battles. .

It was a shock defeat for James Tennis, the first round co-star in the Gvani Straffon.

And there were victories for Johnny Fisher, Campbell Haton, and Scott Fitzgerald.