At Wembley Stadium in London this Saturday, Joe Joyce defeated Franco-Cameroonian boxer Carlos Tacoma to secure his WBC silver and WBO international belts. The referee stopped the fight in the sixth round. In advance?
Carlos Takam will inevitably be frustrated. Defeated by Franco-Cameroonian boxer Joe Joyce this Saturday, he thanks his two international belts for his victory. The Englishman holds his WBC Silver and WBO International Heavyweight title.
Thakkar competed before the 6th round
In the sixth round the referee of the fight stopped him, where Joe Joyce made the attacks against Carlos Takam. A stop that would undoubtedly upset Takam, when he was not on the ground or knocked over by Better, he looked good in his match until the sixth round and gave promises of answers during the scene that won Joyce.
Carlos was not worthy of the qualification and performed better than he did in the first round. Takam, who confirmed his good intentions in the second round, gradually enjoyed the physical dominance of Joe Joyce. This is dangerous until the sixth round, but the fight seems to be very close before the end of the referee. The outcome of the struggle for Takam will undoubtedly be reminiscent of his defeat against Anthony Joshua.
Joe Joyce, the Olympic super heavyweight silver medalist in Rio, has yet to face professional defeat in 13 fights. At Wembley Arena in London, Joyce positioned herself as a challenger to face the winner of the next meeting, in September, between Anthony Joshua and Alexander Usic.
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