Psychologist boxer Carabajal gave a worthy fight but couldn’t with champion Taylor at Wembley

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Argentina Karen Carabajal little could he do against the world champion, the Irish Katie Taylorwho defeated her unanimously and after ten rounds, in the main event of a boxing evening that took place at the OVO Arena in Wembley, in the city of London.

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The 36-year-old British boxer has kept – in this way – her crowns from the World Association (WBA), the Council (WBC), the Federation (IBF) and the Organization (WBO) in the junior lightweight category.

The jury’s card sanctioned clear supremacy exercised by the born and resident in the municipality of Bray, who won with the following progression: 100-91, 99-91 and 98-92.

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Taylor clearly dominated Carabajal, 32 and a Buenos Aires resident, just as he had previously with two other Argentine boxers he faced: in 2017 the Buenos Aires boxer Anahi Sanchez (won the WBA crown) and a year later in Rosario Victoria Busti (He held the FIB scepter).

Subsequently, the Irish boxer – winner of the gold medal at the London 2012 Olympics – took the WBO title against the Brazilian Rose Volante and in June 2019 the WBC title, after beating the Belgian Delfine Persoon.

The fall meant for the psychologist Carabajal also the defeat of the unbeaten in 20 rental matches (19-1; 2KO).

Source: Telam

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