Narvaez defeats Vargas, waits on Tete rescheduling
Last Saturday at the Palacio Aurinegro Junior Puerto Madryn, beat Omar “Hurricane” Narvaez, in a clear unanimous decision, in ten rounds with no title at stake.
The winner was able to deploy his repertoire of punches against an opponent who failed to decipher the technical inexhaustible host, he surpassed in every round and also suffering a discount point in the last round by illegal blow. Cards awarded a score of 100-95 in duplicate (Ramón Cuello and Carlos Gonzalez) and 100-90 ½ (Oscar Sandín).
It is said that he is the mandatory challenger to the WBO bantamweight world title, which is held by South African Zolani Tete, who was due to fight the aforementioned in February but was forced to postpone the meeting because of injury.
Also in six rounds at super middleweight action Cuban Matanzas who today lives in Trelew knocked William “Indomitable” Scull out in the fourth round. Miguel Eduardo “Lalo” Gorosito, hit the canvas in the third round.
In a scheduled 4 rounds, there was a majority decision for trelewense puncher, Lucas Matias “Picante” Montesino, and pampeano Santa Rosa, Nicolas Ezequiel “galancito” Alecha. Cards: Cuello 39-39, 39½-39½ Gonzalez and Contin 40-39 (Montesino).
Finally four rounds of junior welterweight action, San Rafael Mendoza, Jonathan Joel Arena defeated trelewense Carlos Javier “Lefty” Vazquez by unanimous decision. Card: Gonzalez 40-38, 40-38 Contín José Sena 40-37 ½ and ½.