Adrien Broner Scores a Controversial Win Over Jovanie Santiago & Otto Walin Defeats Dominic Breazeale | REAL COMBAT MEDIA


Adrien Broner Scores a Controversial Win Over Jovanie Santiago & Otto Walin Beats Dominic Breazeale

By PBC Boxing

Uncasville, Conn. (February 21, 2021)–Adrien “The Drawback” Broner obtained off to a gradual begin earlier than turning it on to win a 12-round unanimous determination over beforehand undefeated Jovanie Santiago Saturday evening within the characteristic bout on PBC on SHOWTIME, stay from the Mohegan Solar Enviornment in Uncasville, Conn.

It could not have been the auspicious return Broner (34-4-1, 24 KOs) wished coming off a 25-month layoff. However he’ll take it.

“As soon as the bell rung, the hell with the rhythm, it’s life or loss of life,” Broner stated. “He was ready to counter me, so I needed to work on my jab and open him up. When it got here to the playing cards, I knew I received. Even with the efficiency with two years off, I felt good. I wish to get again within the gymnasium once more.

“They’ll carry on bringing in these lions.”

Judges Tom Carusone (116-111), Glenn Feldman (115-112) and Peter Hary (117-110) all had it for Broner with snug scores.

Broner stated that there was nothing Santiago (14-1-1, 10 KOs) did that shocked him. Within the first half of the combat, Santiago did a strong job going to the physique and forcing Broner in opposition to the ropes. Broner didn’t assist himself throwing only a few punches, though he landed a stiff jab all through.

The second portion of the combat was dominated by Broner. Flashes of the champion model appeared with driving uppercuts to Santiago’s physique. A left hook appeared to knock down Santiago, however referee Arthur Mercante Jr. didn’t rule it so.

“I need two extra fights, three if I can the remainder of the yr,” Broner stated. “The one approach I keep out of hassle is that if I’m coaching. So long as I keep targeted on boxing, I keep out of hassle. My love for boxing by no means left. It’s important to keep in mind, I fell in love with boxing earlier than I fell in love with a lady.

“I used to be ingesting and partying quite a bit. I put my deal with boxing, and I ended. I did it. I’m going dwelling to make love with my spouse now.”

Otto Wallin makes a press release in opposition to Dominic Breazeale

Dominic Breazeale promised he was a modified man since he was final within the ring, which was virtually two years in the past, when he was stopped within the first spherical in opposition to then-WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder.

Otto Wallin was trying to show the battle he waged in dropping an in depth determination to world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury was what he was able to doing.

Wallin and Breazeale confronted one another in a crossroads combat for every of them. One’s profession would sway ahead, the place a loss would ship the opposite in a downward arc.

After 12 dominant rounds, Wallin is now on the rise, as he emerged because the winner in what is probably going most interesting efficiency of his profession.

“It was good,” Wallin stated. “I believe I had a bonus as a result of I fought right here earlier than. I used to be extra targeted this time and I believe I got here out higher than what I did final time.”

“We knew coming in that I had higher footwork, higher velocity so I wished to make use of that. And I’ve good protection too. He hit me right here and there however nothing too severe. I stated earlier than the combat that I simply gotta do what I’m good and that’s what I attempted to do.”

Wallin (22-1, 14 KOs) dominated the early motion, establishing his southpaw jab and utilizing his velocity and motion to constantly go away Breazeale a step behind. When the hole closed, Wallin would counter Breazeale’s pictures with energy punches to the top and physique.

“I’m a very good counterpuncher, I knew that. I’ve been having nice sparring for this combat,” stated Wallin. “I had been learning him quite a bit, I knew he that he was slower than me and doesn’t have the best protection at all times. I knew that I’d be touchdown my counters.”

By the fifth spherical, Breazeale’ s proper eye was starting to swell.

“I felt like after some time once I was feinting him, he kinda appeared scared. He was kinda blinking and stuff. Or possibly the attention affected him, I don’t know. Or possibly his previous experiences and being off for a short while.”

Breazeale (20-3, 18 KOs) mounted a mini-rally close to the tip of the eighth, touchdown two arduous proper uppercuts that snapped Wallin’s head again.

The previous two-time world title challenger continued to construct second over the past quarter of the combat but it surely merely wasn’t sufficient to beat Wallin’s massive lead.

“I let the early rounds get away from me,” Breazeale stated. “Otto is an effective boxer and did a very good job of sticking and transferring the entire combat. I did just a little bit an excessive amount of head-hunting initially and paid for it on the back-end.

“I don’t suppose the attention bothered me a lot and I’ve had it busted up earlier than. Otto did a very good job of throwing the overhand proper and making the attention look the best way it does. He simply did a greater job of paying dividends on the physique. I possibly landed 10 physique pictures your entire combat, which is unparalleled for me.”

Tony Paolillo scored it 117-111, Waleska Roldan had it 118-110 and Tom Schreck 116-112.

Robert Easter Jr. reveals no rust after a protracted layoff

Preventing for the primary time in 14 months, former IBF light-weight champ Robert Easter Jr. appeared actually sharp in opposition to Ryan Martin in a 12-round junior welterweight bout.

Easter obtained into an early rhythm and stayed there, profitable a unanimous determination for his first victory since October 2019, when he defeated Adrian Granados.

The rangy, 5-foot-11 Easter (23-1-1, 14 KOs) did every little thing he was imagined to do in opposition to Martin, and that’s keep outdoors the pocket, field and preserve Martin (24-2, 14 KOs) at a secure distance utilizing his piston-like jab.

This was the kind of combat the place in case you noticed one spherical, you noticed all of them. Easter established his distance early and stored firing his jab. Every time Martin tried to penetrate that fistic forcefield, Easter pounded away some extra.

“I used to be simply snug,” Easter stated. “As soon as I keep boxing, I get snug. I get just a little bored however everyone says once I field, once I use my jab, preserve my distance, I make the combat that a lot simpler. In order that’s what I used to be engaged on the entire camp. Me and my dad have been stressing on use the jab, preserve your distance and that’s what we did. I wished to combat however as you see, once I wished to combat, I obtained headbutted. So, it was greatest to maintain our distance.

“Everyone is aware of once I get within the ring, I wish to combat. That’s simply the place I really feel quite a lot of adrenaline, quite a lot of motion, however like I stated, once I field, I make it look straightforward. I can depend on what number of fingers on once I really simply stayed boxing as an alternative brawling.”

It reached some extent that between the seventh and eighth rounds, with Easter showing approach forward, Martin’s coach implored him to evade taking jabs and utilizing feints, whereas reminding Martin that he was not doing something proper.

He was proper. Martin wanted to shut the space and have interaction Easter.

Martin did handle to get Easter in opposition to the ropes within the eighth, which was his greatest spherical of the combat. Within the ninth, Easter had a minimize on the nook of his left eye. It didn’t matter. Easter went again to controlling the vary, utilizing double and typically triple jabs.

“I adopted him an excessive amount of and he was ready to remove our recreation plan,” Martin stated of Easter. “He did a fantastic job of conserving me on the skin. There’s not an excessive amount of to say, he was the higher man tonight.”

Easter wound up throwing 339 jabs, connecting on 82 (24%). Judges Tom Carusone (118-110), Frank Lombardi (117-111) and John McKaie (118-110) all noticed it simply for Easter.

“Whoever has these straps, whoever is in the best way goes to really feel this wrath,” Easter stated. “Me and (Adrien Broner), we’re coming to fire up the 140-pound division and that’s that. There ain’t no specific fighter, I need all of them. We’re coming for all these straps.”



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