Undefeated lightweight rookie Mark Magsayo (Mark Magsayo) has been looking up to his idol, Filipino idol Manny Pacquiao during his eight-year career.Fight for him Pay-per-view undercard for Saturday Hero, Magsayo completed the eighth level championship.
Magsayo (23-0, 16 KOs) is a Filipino. He stood up from the canvas in the 5th round and defeated former world champion challenger Julio Ceja (32-5-1, 28 KOs) with a vicious two punches. The combination is in the 10th round. Referee Kenny Bayless waved his hand without counting at 0:50, and Ceja had a cold battle in the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
In this 126-pound duel, both fighters hit the canvas. This duel was characterized by strong ebb and flow, and pockets with two-way movements. The 26-year-old Magsayo, trained by Pacquiao’s mentor Freddy Roach, released a backflip to celebrate his resilience after an exciting battle.
According to CompuBox, Ceja entered Magsayo outland with a score of 163 to 158 and proved to be an invader from beginning to end. But his forward pressure sometimes got him into trouble, including Magsayo hitting his chin with a clean left uppercut in the first round.
28-year-old Ceja is a native of Mexico. With his body as his goal, he constantly nailed Magsayo to the rope and returned to the scene. The two fighters exchanged momentum from there, usually depending on whether Magsayo can use his jab and counter-attack right hand to stop Ceja from entering.
In the 5th round, when the left uppercut of the body dropped Magsayo, the momentum changed again. But the young fighter showed good resilience, and he sometimes strategically maintained and avoided implosion under heavy pressure.
Magsayo started to regain momentum in the last two rounds. He came out of the corner in the 10th round with a clear purpose because he turned the pressure on Ceja. Magsayo missed a leading left uppercut, but he followed, hitting his right foot, knocking Ceja to the ground and seeing him bounce off the rope.
Before Bayless jumped in, Sejah’s right hand was caught again. As the battle began, his punch pressed him on his back.
This defeat left Ceja with a 0-3-1 record in the past four games, including a loss to Guillermo Rigondeaux and a draw with Brandon Figueroa. Brandon Figueroa).