United States.- The Sinaloan Mario Cazares He took up the challenge he had been looking for since his boxing career began, to contest a world championship, but that experience turned out to be bitter.

The one from Culiacán suffered a brutal knockout against the Cuban David Morrell Jr. when he was running just the first round of the contest held this Sunday in the city of Minneapolis, Minnesota.

In the fight agreed to for the regular super middleweight championship of the World Boxing Association (WBA), it did not take long to show the dynamite in his fists when he hit a couple of left strokes to the jaw to send the Sinaloan to the canvas.

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Mario Abel Cázares (12-1, 5 KO) appeared in this fight with an undefeated record, as did the monarch, also with his morale through the roof after beating former world champion Julio César Chávez Jr. in September last year.

In addition, before this defeat he had thrown constant challenges to the Jalisco Saúl ‘Canelo’ Álvarez.

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