Luis Miguel Román Portillo vs. Ramiro Junior Blanco Hernández RBR

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  1. IntentionalButt

    IntentionalButt Nash Equilibrium Debunker Staff Member

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    ¡En vivo desde Chihuahua, México! :bandit:

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    The card began at 5pm local time in Chihuahua (8pm EST), the main event should be within an hour or so.

     
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    I believe the co-main event is yet to start...
     
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    I was right, but that one is now underway!

    Diana Laura Fernández Ortiz vs. Susy Kandy Sandoval Rodríguez, 10x2" rounds @ super flyweight

    The unofficial Televisa commentators' scorecard has it:
    30-26 Fernández, with a KD in the 1st...

    Oh, and here:

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    Kandy is a bloody mess but still coming to win. They're slugging, trading big hooks...
     
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    I just hope this isn't actually the co-main event and they're still going to show Favela vs. Saguilan between this and the main event...because Selby vs. Martínez is about to start on the other Mexican card and it would suck if there was overlap..
     
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    Luis Miguel Román Portillo vs. Ramiro Junior Blanco Hernández, 12 rounds @ super featherweight
     
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    Mexico vs. Nicaragua, very few repping the latter in the crowd tonight, Blanco was heavily booed as he waved his little blue flags during intros!
     
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    Round 1

    Román is lumping out jabs into the left forearm, prodding Blanco into the ropes with it, not landing but not really intending to, and there's a BIG right hand from Román stamped into Blanco's throat. Román follows up with some more piking right hands up top. Blanco forced to retreat, leaving a breadcrumb trail of jabs as he walks a nautilus shell around the ring, pivoting off the ropes and barely escaping as Román breathes down his neck.

    10-9 Román
     
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    Mickey Román is up 10-9 on the unofficial scorecard of Televisa's guest commentator, Mexican legend Ricardo “El Finito” López.
     
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    Round 2

    Román is falling in, placing his right hand up in the direction of Blanco's face but not hitting paydirt. Blanco shelling up, letting Román expend himself with big scything combos headhunting, then folding himself over to obscure his torso behind his elbows when Román starts digging low. Blanco shoves Román against the ropes using his long arms for leverage and then flurries on him for a bit. Román manages to wrestle his way free and then starts bashing on the guard, exciting the crowd but not accomplishing much, although he's keeping Blanco quiet offensively. Another flurry before the bell from Blanco.

    10-9 Blanco

    19-19
     
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    Round 3

    Román is throwing jabs up top and then looking to hoist Blanco up off his feet and into the air with giant uppercuts thrown into his solar plexus from down by Román's knees. Román going hell bent for leather here. Blanco not lying down for him, though. Blanco scoots himself out to a pace-and-a-half away and works some flurries off the jab down into the face of Román. They close together and their heads bump, and the ref warns both. Román tries some hard body shots and Blanco spins him onto the ropes and works his own heavy uppercuts downstairs. Blanco is whipping both fists around the gloves and boxing Román's ears in! Hell of a round! BIG LEFT HOOK FROM BLANCO! Nearly toppled Román over sideways but he just snapped upright, no-selling it like the Undertaker!

    10-9 Blanco, close (Román won the first 90 seconds)

    29-28 Blanco
     

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