Trout leaves no doubt and whoops Cotto in New York

Miguel Cotto Vs. Austin Trout

 

Current champ Austin Trout (26-0) retained his title in a very impressive 12 round unanimous decision over future hall of famer Miguel Cotto. Trout used his jab well, and was able to have success on the inside as well. Cotto came on late in a few of the rounds, but was not able to steal them. Trout showed that he's not just a finesse type fighter. Big win for Austin Trout who earned a well deserved victory.

 

Official - 117/111 twice 119/109

 

 

Chris Fitzpatrick 15-3-1 Vs. Danny Jacobs 24-1-20KO

 

Danny Jacobs cruised to an easy win tonight Vs. Chris Fitzpatrick. He is now 2 and 0 since bouncing back from cancer. Jacobs took control from the beginning bell. Fitzpatrick didn't want to come out for the 6th round. Jacobs will now look to step it up in the near future.

 

Official TKO Daniel Jacobs

 

WBC silver featherweight title

 

 

Jayson Velez Vs. Salvador Sanchez

 

Jayson Velez absolutely destroyed Salvador Sanchez and in doing so, he secured a title fight Vs. Daniel Ponce De Leon, and captures the WBC silver featherweight title. Velez dominated from the beginning bell. He sent Sanchez down at the end of round 2, and again in the beginning of round 3. The ref saw enough early on in round 3 and stopped the fight.

 

Official - 38 seconds round 3 TKO WBC silver featherweight title

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