By José Alejandro Rodríguez Zas
The day of this Thursday, October 28, was perfect for Cuba at the World Boxing Championship held at the Stark Arena in Belgrade, Serbia, because its two representatives achieved easy victories in their second appearances, staying alive in the contest.
First thing in the morning, the Maya Osvel knight (46-19) managed to prevail in the 57 kg division to the Iranian Sajad Mohammadpour (6-12), whom he defeated by RSC in the second round and advanced to the round of 16, for which he will return to the ring next Monday, November 1, against the Armenian Artur bazeyan (11-7).
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An hour later, the Camaguey came out to the ring Kevin Brown (67-22) in the 67kg division, who outscored the inexperienced fighter by a wide margin Shain boniface (0-7) of the Seychelles Islands, adding his second success of the event and first sweating the shirt, since in his debut he obtained the credit for his opponent’s non-presentation.
Brown passed over Boniface with a unanimous 5 × 0 victory and scorecards from the judges reporting leads of 30-26, 30-25, 30-26, 30-27 and even a 30-24, clearly indicating superiority. del Agramontino, who took rounds even by a vote of 10-8.
The Cuban will fight again on Monday, November 1, against the Indian Akash in the round of 16.
Tomorrow, Friday 29, a single Cuban will enter the ring, the Olympic and world champion from Agramontino Julius Caesar the Cross (250-22) who turned out bye in the round of 32 in his 92 kg division and will make his debut against the Bulgarian Radoslav Pantaleev (40-19) in search of a triumphant start on his path to the medals.
Without further ado, here I leave you with this second presentation of Kevin Brown in the 67 kg of the World Boxing:
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UNANIME: STRONG demonstration by Kevin Brown and the Cubans continue to win