Jose Martinez knocked out Jesus Martinez in the fourth round of a scheduled 10-round junior bantamweight bout at Poliform Benito Juarez in Cancun, Mexico.Jose Martinez, 25, was in charge from the start. He repeatedly caught Jesus Martinez with counters as the 35-year-old Colombian lunged in trying to land his own punches.In the fourth round, Jose Martinez (20-0-1, 13 KOs) knocked down Jesus Martinez with a left hook to the body.
As Puerto Rico struggles to overcome the devastation of Hurricane Maria, junior bantamweight Jose "Chiquiro" Martinez is battling in the boxing ring to provide a better life for his family. The son of a farmer, he grew up poor in Las Marias, a small town in the hills of the east-central part of the island. "I come from a very humble and hard situation," said the 25-year-old Martinez, "and I decided to become a boxer to give my family a better future.
In his first fight since losing a controversial 12-round decision to middleweight champion Gennady Golovkin on March 18, Brooklyn's Daniel Jacobs won a unanimous decision over Luis Arias at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Uniondale, New York on Saturday night.The 30-year-old Jacobs (33-2, 29 KOs) won by scores of 118-109, 120-107 and 119-108 but couldn't stop the relatively inexperienced Arias (18-1, 9 KOs), who had never fought a world-class opponent.
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Selecting a term
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