Unbeaten welterweight competitor Tim Tszyu didn’t risk losing his mandatory WBO qualification in a fight against Japan’s Takeshi Inoue, a tough opponent as technically limited as he was. The Japanese visited the mat in the last round, but were able to finish the fight standing.
In the stellar tag fight that took place this Wednesday, at the Qudos Bank Arena, in Sydney, Australia, and aired by ESPN TV, was an Australian credit monologue who gave a concert of hit songs and ensembles, which the Japanese absorbed with little difficulty during the 12 rounds, albeit quits From any real offensive attempt. Tszyu was victorious in a massive collective rule.
Tszyu raised his record to 20-0, and kept the same 15 knockouts. Everyone indicated he was ready to jump in for a World Cup opportunity and this could have been the last fight in his backyard. This year, always in Australia, take victories over Dennis Hogan last March and more Steve Spark, in his last fight on July 7.
Tim is a competitor to Argentina’s Brian Castaño, who, about three months ago, received a notification from the World Boxing Organization, the body that certifies him as a super middleweight champion, that if the expected rematch against American Jeremy Charlo was not achieved, then the mandatory defense must be made The selection is against Australian Tim Tszyu.
Inoue went 17-1-2 with 10 wins by knockout. His only loss was his decision to then-world champion Jaime Mongoya, in January 2019. He has won four matches since then, and this is his second loss.
On Tim’s Road
According to some sources close to the negotiations, this was said chestnut And Charlotte He will have a second showdown in the first quarter of 2022 after starring in a vibrant duel last July 17 in San Antonio, Texas, both of which retained their world belts by decree. Necktie Controversial, by the way.
chestnut Then keep a belt World Boxing Organization, And Charlotte stay with someone World Boxing AssociationAnd World Boxing Council And International Boxing Federation. In fact, the the Union also asked Jermel He made a compulsory defense against Bekram Murtzaliev after a dramatic competition against the Argentine.
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