The super featherweight collision between Marc Castro and Ronaldo Solis stayed up to the hype created around it. Both the fighters went all out against each other to roll out a blistering show for the fans. In the end, it was Castro’s night, who came right on top to attain a significant T/KO win.
Castro, from the first gong itself, went after his adversary. He kept slick movements, as well as landed some of his right hooks. Castro even dropped Solis in round 1 after landing a barrage of punches. The favorite Castro even showed some slick leg movements and overall defense.
Solis, on the other hand, tried to make this a good exchange, and he came out with some good counterattacks to put Castro on a back foot.
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However, the young gun just wasn’t ready to take a back step, and he only moved ahead with his assault.
The 22-year-old once again went after Solis in round 2, and this time he again dropped his fellow adversary. ‘Criminal’ didn’t look in his element and the referee decided to conclude the bout.
Castro was eager to attain a T/KO win in this fight and add another win by finish to his clean resume. He is supremely skilled when it comes to landing hooks and a combination of punches. That said, Castro was an obvious favorite to win this fight, with the skill sets he holds.
Consequently, things turned out the way they were expected and the Californian boxer proved his mettle once again.
Marc Castro – The next big thing in boxing?
Castro, with a win over Ronaldo Solis, improved his track record to 5 wins. Furthermore, all of his wins came in via T/KO.
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He’s truly an emerging sensation who’s sent shock waves in the boxing space with his stupendous performances.
On top of that, this was his fourth fight/win of 2021, which eventually shows the sublime activity Castro kept throughout.
With the momentum he’s going with, it’s safe to say, Castro can turn out to be the next big thing in the sport. On a scale of 1-10, how would you rate the 22-year-old’s performance?
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