Comoros boxer Carlos “Puma” Santana (16-4-0, 3KO) could not win the Fedebol WBA welterweight title after losing by knockout in the fifth round to Buenos Aires Brian “Elegant” Chaves (13-1-0 , 4 OK).
It was in the main fight of the function “I want to be a champion” that took place on Saturday night at the Pérez Multifunction Complex, Santa Fe province and was broadcast by TyC Sports, in a new international production of OR Promotions.
Chaves, credit of the San Miguel party, turned all his technical resources and managed to dominate the brave Chubut fighter from end to end, who succumbed to the full account in the fifth, after receiving a surgical left-handed hook to the liver.
In this way, the monarch consolidated his good present, taking into account dethroning Franco Ocampo on January 22.
For his part, six rounds from Rosario and silver medalist at the Odesur Cochabamba 2018 Games, Carlos “Junior” Alanis (60,500 / 5-0-0), surpassed in unanimous decision the tough Buenos Aires from Grand Bourg, Rodrigo “Rocky “Roldán (60,000 / 2-3-0), who suffered a foot count in the first.
The cards were: Daniel Alcaín 59-54, Carlos Bianchi 60-53 and Mario Marcolin 60-53.
As a special attraction, after four rounds, the return (after two and a half years inactive) of the popular Corrientes de Goya, Mauricio “El Angel” Pezzelato (67,000 / 7-1-1, 5 KO), took shape, who equalized in majority ruling with the experienced San Pedro native of Buenos Aires, Miguel Angel Correa (65,900 / 8-17-2, 3 KO). Both exchanged falls: the goyano in the first and the sanpedrino in the second.
The cards were: Daniel Alcaín 38-36 (Pezzelato), Carlos Bianchi 37½-37½ and Mario Marcolin 37-37.
In Buenos Aires’ duel with four turns, the strong Tresarroyense Jesús “Maquinita” Burgos (58,700 / 1-0-2), equalized in a split decision with the credit of Florencio Varela, Sergio “Artillero” Scaringi (1-1-1, 1 KO). Burgos received a discount point in the second.
The cards were: Daniel Alcaín 38-37 (Burgos), Carlos Bachela 39-37½ (Scaringi) and Carlos Bianchi 38-38.
In addition, after four chapters, the Mendoza debutant from Malargüe and former national team, Marco “Kid Dinamita” García (69,000 / 1-0-0, 1 KO), technically knocked out in three turns the dangerous Buenos Aires Monte Grande and also a debutant, Lucas “La Machine de Oro” Argañaraz (69,600 / 0-1-0), who fell in the third, recovered, and seconds later received the “no more” after another volley from the winner.
Meanwhile, talented Buenos Aires native Ezequiel Palaversic (59,300 / 3-0-0, 1 KO), technically knocked out Rosario Leandro Contreras (61,100 / 0-4-0) in two rounds, who suffered a protection account in that round.
Fotos: Ramón Cairo / OR Promotions.