Gervonta davis disconnected Leo Santa Cruz, with a brutal knockout that came with a powerful left uppercut.
The war broke out, and the blows did not wait. Santa Cruz did not let breathe Gervonta, and even managed to throw it to the ground, despite the fact that the referee considered the fall as a slip.
The domain of Santa Cruz he stretched into the second round, with good distance work. The aggressiveness of Davis he only appeared to push his rival to the mat.
Excessive strategy and combat plan on both sides for the third round. Tank He advanced, but it was not worth to defeat the local.
Stick by stick in the fourth portion. The curved shots of Gervonta They seemed not to weigh on their rival, who did not hesitate to get on the guard of others.
The beginning of the break
Fifth round, and each one’s offense generated spaces used by the other to connect. Gervonta davis made his speed weigh, but the force of Leo Santa Cruz it keeps him in combat.
The poisonous uppercuts of the American filter the buckled defense of the Mexican. With such a tool, Davis brought the show to an end before the close of the sixth round.
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The state of Santa Cruz after knockout he received from Gervonta Davis
While the knockout blow delivered by Gervonta davis leave it to Leo Santa Cruz a long time on the mat, the doctors were able to assist him properly.
It is the first time that Santa Cruz they win a duel on the fast track. His previous defeat was on the cards before Carl Frampton.
In this way, the Earthquake he nurtured his record to 37 wins, 19 before the limit, and two lost appearances.
While, Davis he climbed his unbeaten to an impressive 23-0, with 22 finishes before the last bell.
What a round …
Davis gave us the knockout of the year and Leo fell in an ugly way
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