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PostPosted: Sun Jul 21, 2019 9:57 am 
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Round 4: Nery comes out and actually throws some punches and backs Payano to the ropes. Payano tries to loop in a left hand but can’t find the mark. Nery lands a couple of solid body shots that back Payano off. Payano misses on a jab at center ring. Two more body shots land for Nery at center ring. Hard left to the body lands for Nery. More hard shots land for Nery before he just straight up slams Payano to the canvas. Nery attacks again and has Payano backing up. Good round for Nery. Nery 10-9, 37-39.

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 21, 2019 9:59 am 
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Round 5: Both fighters exchange but neither land much. Now they trade again and Nery gets in a good one. Nery steps forward and Payano grabs hold and whacks him with his free hand. Clean counter right lands for Payano. Nery steps right back in and looks to land a big left hand. Short left hook lands for Nery on the inside. Payano lunges forward with a few punches and makes partial contact with one. Nery attacks the body and Payano throws in a couple of his own but he gets forced back by Nery’s bigger power. Nery 10-9.

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 21, 2019 10:00 am 
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Round 6: Payano tries to time a left hand but can’t quite land it. Payano misses on another left hand following a reaching jab. Now Payano lands his left hand at the end of a combination. Payano misses on a wild reaching left hand. Hard uppercut lands for Nery on the inside. Payano puts his elbow in Nery’s neck and Nery hits him behind the head. Payano misses on another left hand to the body, but then lands a solid one. Nery just isn’t working consistently enough. Payano 10-9, 58-56.

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Round 7: Payano tries to line up a left hand but misses. Now Nery times a counter left hand cleanly. Nery slips several shots from Payano and steps out of range of the follow up attack. Hard hooks lands for Nery that get Payano’s attention. Payano might’ve been stunned a little by those shots. Hard counter right hook lands clean for Nery again and Payano throws Nery into the ropes, forcing a warning from the referee for the dirty tactics. Nery steps in and lands several hard hooks. Nery 10-9.

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 21, 2019 10:02 am 
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Round 8: Nery comes out stalking Payano and Payano misses on a long left hand. Payano tries to attack the body himself to fight Nery off of him. Payano throws a few probing jabs but only draws out Nery’s attack that forces him to retreat, then grab hold. Nery lands a good one-two but Payano lands a clean counter in return. Payano steps back and has a bloody nose now but he’s starting to wilt under Nery’s pressure. Payano throws some hard shots as he knows he has to earn his respect but Nery is getting the better of the exchanges. Nery 10-9, 76-76.

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 21, 2019 10:03 am 
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Round 9: Referee rules that the cut on Payano’s nose was the result of an accidental head clash. Payano tries to throw a jab to the body but can’t land it well. Now Payano makes better contact with his left hand this time. Nery presses forward and gets Payano in the corner but can’t keep him there. Two hard body shots land for Nery at center ring. Nery lands a left to the body during a three-punch combination. Nery has Payano on the ropes again and a big shot to the body on the inside puts Payano down! Payano tries to get up but he’s in terrible pain from the body shot he took, he lays right back down on the canvas. Nery KO-9.

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 21, 2019 10:05 am 
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Luis Nery KO-9 Juan Carlos Payano (1:43)
Caleb Plant TKO-3 Mike Lee (1:29)
Efe Ajagba UD-10 Ali Eren Demirezen (97-93, 99-91, 99-91)

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 21, 2019 10:10 am 
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Welterweight 147 lbs. Russia's Sergey Lipinets vs. Philippines' Jayar Inson 10 rounds

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 21, 2019 10:16 am 
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Luis Nery needed more time than he expected, but the unbeaten bantamweight finished off Juan Carlos Payano impressively in the ninth round Saturday night.

Mexico’s Nery nailed the Dominican Republic’s Payano with a perfectly placed left hook to the body that ended their scheduled 12-round fight. That devastating shot sent Payano to his back and left him writhing in pain.

Payano couldn’t even attempt to get up before referee Vic Drakulich counted to 10. The time of the stoppage was 1:43 of the ninth round.

Nery improved to 30-0 and recorded his 24th knockout on the Manny Pacquiao-Keith Thurman undercard at MGM Grand Garden Arena. By beating Payano, Nery remains the WBC’s No. 1 contender for its 118-pound champion, France’s Nordine Oubaali (16-0, 12 KOs).

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 21, 2019 10:18 am 
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Payano (21-3, 9 KOs) suffered his second knockout defeat in his past three fights. Japanese knockout artist Naoya Inoue (18-0, 16 KOs) needed just one minute and 10 seconds to knock out Payano in the first round of their October 7 fight in Yokohama, Japan, Inoue’s hometown.

Payano’s fight with Nery was much more competitive than his loss to Inoue. Ultimately, though, he couldn’t take Nery into the championship rounds.

The round before their fight ended, a straight left hand by Nery caught Payano flush just before the midway mark of the eighth round.

Nery buzzed Payano with a right hook a little more than a minute into the seventh round. Nery backed Payano against the ropes and hammered him with head and body shots toward the end of the seventh.

Payano popped Nery with a straight left early in the sixth round. They traded left hands later in the sixth.

Nery caught Payano with a left just before the bell sounded to end the sixth.

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 21, 2019 10:18 am 
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A right hand by Payano knocked off balance with just under a minute to go in the fourth round. Nery immediately responded with an overhand left.

Payano fell to the canvas, but Drakulich ruled Nery pushed him down.

Payano backed up Nery with a left hand around the one-minute mark of the third round.

Nery wobbled Payano with a right hook when there were about 20 seconds to go in the second round. Nery and Payano spent much of the first round feeling one another out.

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Welterweight 147 lbs. Kazakhstan's Sergey Lipinets vs. Philippines' Jayar Inson 10 rounds

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 21, 2019 10:34 am 
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Inson down in the 2nd round 56 sec. WINNER by KO Sergey Lipinets

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Veteran John Molina Jr is out of his scheduled fight on Saturday night against Sergey Lipinets, which was to air as part of the Pacquiao-Thurman pay-per-view from Las Vegas, but Lipinets will stay on the show, instead faced Jayar Inson.

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Molina, 36, told ESPN his “back went out last night,” forcing him to cancel. Molina (30-8, 24 KO) was clearly looking forward to this opportunity, not only to fight on a big stage against a solid opponent on a major card, but to rebound from a closer-than-the-cards loss to Omar Figueroa Jr in February.

Inson, 28, has a record of 18-2 (12 KO), and was set to face Mahonri Montes on the off-TV portion of the show. He’s a fighter promoted by Manny Pacquiao’s MP Promotions, and quickly accepted the offer to move up the card.

That said, Inson is coming off of an eight-round split decision loss to Jonathan Steele in January, so on paper, this matchup is a step down from the always-game Molina, who was certainly an underdog, but not to this level.

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