Ghislain Maduma wanted to use the new year to make a name. It is possible to say that it takes drastic measures to achieve its purposes.
Montrealer of Congolese origin completely dominated the Mexican John Carlo Aparicio before it passes the knockout at 2:42 of the third round Wednesday night at New City Gas in the final of the first gala of the series “Boxing Loung” d ‘Eye of The Tiger Management.
Maduma (16-0, 10 KOs) and is undefeated in 16 fights and more to defend for the first time his lightweight title NABF acquired last September. One who is currently ranked 3rd in hopes to fight WBC world championship soon as possible.
“I know I have the talent to be a champion and I am willing to work to show that I really deserve,” commented Maduma after his victory. “After the defeat (Dierry Jean), it was the other guys on the team get up and that’s exactly what I did tonight. ”
Maduma was quick to demonstrate that it has extremely fast hands for his fight against Aparicio (26-8). The Quebecers attacked in combinations from the first moments of the first round, however the Mexican reaching collect all keystrokes.
But body blows became untenable after the third round, Aparicio even posing the knee to the ground to give a moment of respite. Maduma was then never allowed him the chance to recover, so qu’Aparicio was not able to convince the referee that he was able to continue after reading following his second visit to the floor .
“I thought it was going to be a little longer, but I was prepared to stop,” admitted Maduma. “As soon as he began to try to avoid my shots to the body, he would in trouble because he was vulnerable to my uppercut. I am very happy with my performance. ”
A Striking New Departure For Decarie
In the semifinals, the Laval Antonin Decarie started rather well a new chapter in his career by serving as a correction to the Mexican Cesar “El Dolar” Chavez.
Arguing first battle with the developer Eye of The Tiger Management, Decarie (29-2, 9 KOs) won by technical knockout at 2:06 of the second round, after Chavez (21-6 ) had visited the carpet 3 times during the assault. It was well for Decarie first victory before the deadline for that Mike Perez in September 2012 in Connecticut.
“I was angry, I was anxious, I could not wait to go back in the ring,” revealed Decarie, whose last fight was in September 2013. “I had put myself a little pressure to get it to start on a new basis and I am glad I did. ”
Decarie rightly perhaps just wanted to do too much in the first minute of the first round, while his punches were often wide and regularly were missing the target.
“My corner was quickly put me in my place,” conceded the Quebecers. “My coach told me to place my shots and my combinations would follow. And that’s what happened! But I can say it now, I would have been really disappointed if I had not been able to stop. ”
Decarie will however time to savor his triumph long, since it will return to the gym on Monday to prepare for his next fight scheduled for March 28.
Decarie will headline a gala presented at the Casino du Lac Leamy. His opponent is still unknown.
Hyppolite Continues Its Momentum
Under-card, Haitian Schiller Hyppolite (9-1, 6 KOs) defeated Polish Montrealers Daniel Urbanski (21-15-3) by technical knockout at 1:20 of the third round . Hyppolite sent his opponent to the mat at the end of the first round before repeat the feat three times in the third round. He has recorded a fourth straight victory.
Mian Hussain of Montreal (8-0) remained unbeaten by defeating Mexican Jonathan Tavira (9-2) by unanimous decision. The three judges handed out cards for 60-54 Hussain, whose speed and accuracy allowed him to remove all rounds. Tavira has never been afraid to share with the crowd favorite, but his strikes were never bothered him.
The Laval Roody Pierre-Paul (8-2, 5 KOs) caused a surprise by winning by referee stoppage on Ontario’s Ibrahim Kamal (9-2) at 2:24 of the fourth round . After Kamal sent to the floor with a left, Pierre-Paul was then rushed to his rival give Klitschko a series of shots that have remained unanswered, forcing the referee to end the hostilities.
The Maskoutain Michael Gadbois (10-0-2) defeated the Italian Michelino Di Mari (2-3-1) by unanimous decision. The three judges handed out cards 58-56 for Gadbois, who ended a series of two ties. He had previously taken his first nine fights.
Opening, Mitch Louis-Charles (3-1-1, 2 KOs), of Terrebonne, won by technical knockout at 2:37 of the third round of the Hungarian Ferenc Zold (17-20 ). The referee stopped the fight under the settlement of three falls to the mat in the same attack.