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Lightweight Devin Haney and featherweight Ruben Villa, two of best 15 boxing prospects, traveled to unbalanced consistent rulings against beforehand undefeated adversaries expected to give rivalry on Friday night at StageWorks in Shreveport, Louisiana.
Featuring on Showtime’s “ShoBox: The New Generation,” Haney (21-0, 13 KOs) dropped Xolisani Ndongeni (25-1, 13 KOs) in the second round and won by shutout on two scorecards, 100-89, and 99-90 on the third.
Estate (15-0, 5 KOs), who was making his TV make a big appearance, effortlessly outboxed Ruben Cervera (10-1, 9 KOs) in the eight-round co-highlight to win a shutout choice – 80-72 on every one of the three scorecards.
Haney scored the knockdown with a spotless right hand to the jaw halfway during that time round and overwhelmed Ndongeni, 28, of South Africa, with an incredible body assault and snappy hands.
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“You don’t make it to 25-0 without beating anyone,” Haney said of Ndongeni. “I realized he would have been an extreme adversary from the earliest starting point. He’s a great warrior and I didn’t pick him. That was the adversary that surfaced and you know me, I don’t turn down anyone. I battle whoever comes before me.”
Despite the fact that he is just 20, Haney, of Las Vegas, said he believes he is prepared to go up against best resistance.
“I need those best folks,” he said. “Presently they truly can’t deny me. I’ve been stating this for quite a while however now, I’m a contender.”
Manor, 21, a southpaw from Salinas, California, and two-time national Golden Gloves champion, depended intensely on his poke as he outflanked Cervera, 21, of Colombia. DJ Hustle