Rafael Espinoza Obliterates Sergio Chirino In Four Quick Rounds

Rafael Espinoza vs Sergio Chirino Fight Recap

Rafael Espinoza drops Sergio Chirino several times enroute to stoppage
Rafael Espinoza remains unbeaten after stopping Sergio Chirino early.

Rafael Espinoza Defeats Sergio Chirino With Ease

In his first title defense, WBO featherweight champion Rafael “El Divino” Espinoza (25-0, 21KO) scored the early stoppage against Sergio Chirino (22-2, 13KO).

From the opening bell, El Divino looked sharp and was attacking with incredible accuracy. In the first round, the 6’1 champion landed a perfect uppercut that put Chirino on the canvas.

As the fight continued, Espinoza would eat a counter righthand but was unfazed by it as he landed more brutal shots. In round three, he landed a four-punch combination that ended with a hook to the body that dropped the challenger again.

Like a shark that smelled blood, Espinoza went into beast mode and continued to rip off brutal combinations. In round four, he landed another combination and dropped the challenger for a third time. The referee started to administer a count before waving off the fight.

During the post-fight interview, Espinoza stated he was open to a rematch with Robiesy Ramirez and top challenger Bruce “Shu Shu” Carrington.

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