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In his first fight in 10 months, former 2-division world champion Devon Alexander made his PBC debut on ESPN, taking on tough veteran Aron Martinez. Martinez entered the fight having gone the distance and taking a close decision loss to Robert Guerrero in early June. From go, Martinez made the fight tough on Alexander by getting inside and forcing Alexander to fight where he looked uncomfortable. Alexander did a good job of still controlling the fight from the inside in the early rounds, but Martinez's relentless attack ultimately wore him down. Bit by bit, Martinez piled up the points in the second half of the fight and ultimately came away with a Unanimous Decision victory, marking the biggest win of his career. In turn, Martinez's 2015 résumé now sets him up for the next step up the 147-pound ladder. Visit PremierBoxingChampions.com for info. FOLLOW US: https://twitter.com/premierboxing https://instagram.com/premierboxingchamps https://www.facebook.com/premierboxingchampions
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In the opening bout of the PBC on Bounce telecast on November 18, 2017, 2012 Olympic Silver medalist hailing from Mongoloa, Tugstsogt Nyambayar (9-0, 8 KOs) earned a hard-fought unanimous decision against previously unbeaten Harmonito Dela Torre (19-1, 12 KOs) of Miami. The bout started out close with Nyambayar throwing and landing solid punches, but he got caught with a hard hook in the second, sending him to the canvas. He was able to overcome the knockdown, throwing harder and more accurate punches, opening up a cut over Dela Torre's right eye in the fifth round. Nyambayar continued to land precise hard punches to the head and body throughout the rest of the fight. In the end, the judges scored it 79-73 and 78-73 twice, all for Nyambayar. Visit PremierBoxingChampions.com for info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: http://pbcham.ps/FightAlerts FOLLOW US: https://twitter.com/premierboxing https://instagram.com/premierboxing https://www.facebook.com/premierboxingchampions
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On November 21, 2017, Devon Alexander returned to the ring after a two-year layoff to face Walter Castillo in a scheduled 10-round 147-pound headlining bout at The Coliseum in St. Petersburg, Florida. The fight was broadcast live on FS1 as part of the Premier Boxing Champions series.
Round one was mostly a "feeling out" round, however the action quickly picked up in round two when right uppercut sent Castillo to the canvas with just under 25 seconds left in the round. Castillo quickly recovered and the fight pressed on.
While Alexander was unable to finish Castillo, he did put on a dominating performance for the remainder of the bout. The fight went the distance and the judges awarded Alexander with a unanimous decision victory, improving his record to 27-4, 14 KOs.
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