Mykquan Williams And Freudis Rojas Remain Undefeated

Mykquan Williams vs Luis Feliciano Card Recap

Mykuan Williams Vs Luis Feliciano Fight Card Winners
Mykuan Williams Vs Luis Feliciano Fight Card Winners

Mykquan Williams Stops Feliciano; Freudis Rojas Defeats Baez

In a battle of undefeated junior welterweights, “Marvelous” Mykquan Williams (20-0-2, 8KO) dominated Luis Feliciano (17-1, 8KO) en route to scoring the stoppage.

Williams’s hand speed, counterpunching, footwork, and power were on full display at the start of the bell. He landed brutal right hands that put Feliciano on wobbly legs before hitting the canvas twice in round two.

The fight would continue, and Williams was laser-focused. He continuously landed thudding countershots over Feliciano’s long jab.

Feliciano started coming back behind the jab and landed some good right hands. He kicked it into another gear and had Williams fighting off the backfoot.

In round six, Marvelous quickly turned the fight around with a thudding right hand that put the Puerto Rican against the ropes. After landing two more hard shots, Williams put Feliciano on the canvas face first forcing the referee to wave off the fight.

It was an impressive performance by Williams against a solid undefeated fighter. The junior welterweight division is stacked with talent, and Marvelous seems to be ready for the next level.


In a good step up fight, welterweight Freudis Rojas (13-0, 11KO) remained unbeaten after being given favorable scorecards against Cristian “Guarico” Baez (19-4, 17KO).

Rojas started a little timid as the come-forward pressure of Baez kept him on the back foot. As the fight continued, Baez was able to land the straight left hand and good compact punches whenever they were in close.

Rojas was getting sucked into an ugly and was forced to hold whenever Guarico got inside. He was able to land decent counter shots and started boxing more on his toes, landing the straight left hand.

Baez continued to come forward and landed good body shots. He even started timing Rojas’ jab to land some countershots.

Baez wasn’t coming forward as much but still was landing solid countershots. Rojas started landing more combination punches and did a better job of controlling the tempo.

When the final bell sounded, one judge scored it 98-92, with two judges scoring it 99-91 in favor of Rojas. These scorecards were way off track as 3Kings Boxing scored it 96-94 for the undefeated fighter.

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