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Batacazo: Argentine boxer Maderna silenced Wembley and beat the undefeated Briton

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Maderna, representative of Argentine boxing in the Olympic Games Beijing 2008obtained his first victory outside of Argentine territory, with a powerful knockout that came as a result of a right hand to the rival’s ear area.

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The Argentine boxer was now left with a mark of 29 wins (19 on the fast track) and 10 losseswhile Itauma was stripped of the undefeated he had and now has a record of 9 successes (7 by KO) and one loss.

It is worth noting that in the central fight at Arena Wembley, the Russian Artur Beterbiev (undefeated in 19 appearances, with wins in all his fights and all defined before the limit) knocked out the British Anthony Yarde in the eighth round, to retain the light heavyweight world title of the Council (CMB), Organization (OMB) and International Federation (IBF).

Maderna’s tour

Ezequiel Maderna was born in La Plata on October 1, 1986. Currently, he is champion of the WBC International Light Heavyweight Title. He represented Argentina at the 2008 Summer Olympics in the middleweight division.

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In the South American Games 2006won the bronze medal after losing 7:9 in the semifinals against Venezuelan Alfonso Blanco.

In the second Olympic qualifier he beat three fighters (including Clarence Joseph), but then lost to Shawn Estrada. In any case, he got his ticket to the 2008 Olympic Games. In the men’s light heavyweight category, he again faced the American Estrada in the first round, who defeated him 2:10, reports TN.

Source: Ambito

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