De forma deslucida, Frank Sánchez ganó por decisión unánime a Christian Hammer

Even though he controlled the whole fight, Frank Sanchez could not knock out Christian hammer, but he defeated him with a clear unanimous decision on Saturday night in Florida, and under the watchful eye of a luxury assistant: Saúl “Canelo” Álvarez.

In the co-feature suit of the evening held at the Hard Rock Hotel in Hollywood, Florida, the three judges’ cards were favorable for Sanchez by 100-89, in dispute in the division of the completes.

Frank Sanchez it was better from the start of the fight. He used his jab to keep his opponent at bay, as well as punishing him with a pair of straight to the body and a bombshell.

Eddy reynoso I asked the Cuban flash feint and attack the soft zones, which his pupil did repeatedly to land the most powerful and effective blows. He showed good movement in the ring against an opponent who tried to do damage with the right, but without success.

A precise right to the face of Hammer He hurt the German, who after a combination fell back in pain. Even if Sanchez He chased him, he couldn’t do the expected damage or send him to the canvas, but the control of the fight was his.

With quick combinations, Frank Sanchez he was in control. And he did it with punishment particularly to the body, although he also released powerful rights and hooks that went to the head of the European, who despite everything looked firm in the ring.

Halfway through the fight, the Cuban’s volume of blows decreased. He had total control, but without hurting or giving the show that was expected for the member of the Canelo Team.

It was on the seventh scroll when Frank Sanchez He seemed determined to finish before the limit and at times he looked to corner Hammer, connect him with uppers and left hooks, which he also did in the eighth round, although he could not put him in poor condition. Hammer pressed, but without hurting Frank.

Frank Sanchez he sought in the final rounds to knock out, but all of the Cuban’s shipments crashed into the German’s guard or did not do the expected damage. Even Hammersmiling, he seemed to tell her that he was not doing anything to her. In the final seconds there was a drop for Christian, who received the protection account.

In the end, the undisputed triumph went to Frank, although it did not look as expected. He improved his undefeated record to 20-0, 13 via knockout, while Hammer was left with 26-9, 16 knockouts.