Saturday, September 4, 2021 19:11 PM (GMT+7)
(Sports news, martial arts news) Fighting to the point of collapsing the entire ring, this is a situation that the history of boxing in the world rarely meets.
Video of the boxing match that collapsed the ring:
In Boxing, it’s not uncommon for boxers to be punched out of the ring, but in a fight to collapse the whole arena like a competition last weekend, it’s “rare and hard to find”. This match took place in Mexico over the weekend, two heavyweights Eric Molina and rival Alejandro De La Torre both weighed over 120 kg against each other.
Joshua’s defeat and his opponent fought until the ring collapsed
As soon as the match started, Torre was the one who took the initiative to get close to the opponent. When hugging Molina, due to not being able to control the turret, Torre pressed on the opponent’s body causing both to fall to the ground. And yet, due to the weight of both of them approximately 250 kg, they caused the arena to collapse.
Both of them were like mobile “rocks of meat” that fell to the ground very strongly, but also due to their large bodies, they did not suffer too much pain after falling.
Things then turned chaotic, the organizers then stepped forward to ensure they would fix the ring and the match could continue. 2 hours later, the competition continued, Molina was the winner against Torre.
Molina won by knockout in the second half, he shared after the match: “A memorable night in Mexico, I will never forget. I saw the arena collapse for the first time. Luckily no one was injured. . After the stage was fixed, I had a quick victory in the second half. Great Mexico.”
WBC President Mauricio Sulaiman later added: “Anything can happen in the ring. Fortunately, there were no injuries.”
Molina once fought with British superstar Joshua in 2016 to compete for the IBF heavyweight belt in Manchester, he lost the match in the third round. A year earlier, this fighter also failed by knock-out at the hands of “Copper” Wilder in the WBC title match. Molina’s record is 27 wins, 7 losses.
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