Difference between revisions of "Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs. Edgar Ayala"

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== Bout Summary ==
 
== Bout Summary ==
A quick left hand caught Ayala leaning forward and sent him down in the opening minute of Round 1. He was up at the count of six and received the [[mandatory eight-count]]. By the midway point of Round 1, Ayala was already bleeding heavily from the nose. In Round 2, Ayala circled the ring attempting to keep Mayweather at a distance. Mayweather walked down his opponent an landed calculated shots. A big counter-left hand caught Ayala on the chin and put him flat on his back at 1:37 of Round 2. The referee, without beginning a count, immediately waved an end to the bout.
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A quick left hand caught Ayala leaning forward and sent him down in the opening minute of Round 1. He was up at the count of six and received the [[mandatory eight-count]]. By the midway point of Round 1, Ayala was already bleeding heavily from the nose. In Round 2, Ayala circled the ring attempting to keep Mayweather at a distance. Mayweather walked down his opponent and landed calculated shots. A big counter-left hand caught Ayala on the chin and put him flat on his back at 1:37 of Round 2. The referee, without beginning a count, immediately waved an end to the bout.

Revision as of 04:57, 22 November 2011

1997-02-01 : Floyd Mayweather Jr 133 lbs beat Edgar Ayala 131 lbs by TKO at 1:39 in round 2 of 4

  • Location: Swiss Park Hall, Chula Vista, California, USA
  • Referee: Chuck Hassett

Aired On: ESPN

Notes

Bout Summary

A quick left hand caught Ayala leaning forward and sent him down in the opening minute of Round 1. He was up at the count of six and received the mandatory eight-count. By the midway point of Round 1, Ayala was already bleeding heavily from the nose. In Round 2, Ayala circled the ring attempting to keep Mayweather at a distance. Mayweather walked down his opponent and landed calculated shots. A big counter-left hand caught Ayala on the chin and put him flat on his back at 1:37 of Round 2. The referee, without beginning a count, immediately waved an end to the bout.