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Boxing: Tefimo Lpez is back, knocks out Campa and challenges Ryan Garca: “I can beat anyone”

Teofimo Lopez returned with a spectacular performance tonight against Pedro Campa at the Resort World in Las Vegas. After losing his undefeated record to George Kambosos. The fight against Campa was settled before the end of the seventh round in a 10-round 140 lbs.

Lopez displayed superior speed and elusiveness

Lopez improved his record to 17 wins (13 knockouts) and one loss, in a 10-round fight over a Campa who was brave and resisted a powerful punishment, and although he landed good punches, he could never compete with his opponent in speed and elusiveness.

In addition, Teofimo showed much better combinations, and little by little he wore down his opponent until he went all in at the beginning of the seventh round.

The fight was stopped

Teofimo dominated terrific waist movement and powerful left hooks and right uppercuts. With one of these combinations, he sent the Campa against the ropes, who already looked desperate and little by little lost ground in the fight until almost at the end of the round, the referee Tony Weeks, stopped the fight because he no longer had anything to compete with.

He started chipping away small pieces of the Rock

Little by little “The Rock” was demolished, in addition to losing his undefeated record in the professional arena, and was left with a record of 16 wins and one loss.

The challenge for Ryan Garcia

After the fight, Lopez thanked everyone for his victory, God, and the fans who trusted that he would return more powerful than before.

“I had 9 years at 135, my body was not giving more,” he explained about his jump to 140 pounds. He added that he is ready to learn how to fight at this weight and that he is ready to face whoever they put him in, with a nod to Ryan Garcia, who is shaping up to be his next opponent after he was unable to finalize a fight against Gervonta Davis.

I already said I was back! I can beat anyone, I’m a nightmare.

Teofimo Lopez

He also said his message knowing that “King Ryan’s” promoter, Oscar de la Hoya, was at ringside. If the fight goes through, it would be a great show for the end of the year, in search of one of the most powerful Latinos at 140 pounds, between Ryan and Teofimo.

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