Petinju Puerto Rico Menang KO .... lalu Duel dengan Pelatih Lawan

Boxer Wins with Huge Knockout... then Fights with His Opponent`s Trainer

Editor : Ismail Gani
Translator : Novita Cahyadi


Petinju Puerto Rico Menang KO .... lalu Duel dengan Pelatih LawanFoto: MailOnline

APA yang Anda lakukan jika Anda belum naik ring selama dua tahun dan kemudian menjatuhkan musuh bebuyutan? Duduk berlutut untuk merayakan kemenangan? Disambut gembira oleh kerumunan penonton?

Tenggelam ke lutut dalam perayaan? Terima kerumunan memujanya?

Juan Manuel Lopez memilih opsi yang sama sekali berbeda dan mengejutkan dengan mencoba menjatuhkan pelatih lawan yang berdiri di sudut ring.

Petinju Puerto Rico ini memaksa wasit untuk menghentikan pertandingan tinju lantaran pukulan beruntun terhadap Wilfredo Vasques Jr di ronde ke-11.

Dia kemudian terlibat perselisihan hingga 'adu mulut' dengan anggota tim Vazquez yang masuk ke dalam ring.

Yang terjadi selanjutnya adalah hiruk pikuk yang tidak biasa selama 10 detik di mana keduanya terlibat baku hantam sebelum mereka dilerai dan diamankan oleh petugas keamanan untuk menenangkan situasi tersebut seperti dilansir MailOnline.

WHAT do you do if you haven't fought in two years and then knock out a fierce rival? Sink to your knees in celebration? Thank the adoring crowd?

Juan Manuel Lopez chose an altogether different option and astonishingly tried to knock out his super featherweight opponent's cornerman.

The Puerto Rican had forced the referee to call a stop to the contest with a brutal barrage against Wilfredo Vazquez Jr in the 11th round.

He then immediately engaged in an argument a member of Vazquez's team who had come into the ring.

What followed was a frenzied an utterly bizarre 10 seconds where both men exchanged blows before they were separated and security piled in to soothe the situation.

Both fighters are Puerto Rican and former world champions.
There had been a bitter build-up to this fight which accounts for the post-fight melee.

Lopez had lost three of his last four bouts after being stopped each time inside four rounds but clearly could not get enough of the action on the night.

After being out-boxed and out-foxed in the early rounds, he began to turn the tide with heavier shots landing on Vazquez.

Once the referee had waved off proceedings late-on and Lopez tried to fight his opponent's team, the two pugilists embraced to add a strange finishing touch to a night of mayhem.