Uzbekistan's Makhmud Muradov took no chance to his rival David Ramirez from Brazil in the XFN 11 Middleweight Title bout on Thursday.
XFN middleweight champion Makhmud Muradov‘s only loss in the last three years came via injury TKO versus David Ramirez back at XFN 2, and he was eager to enact revenge as he swung his fist into Ramirez’ face before taking him down seconds into the rematch.
Muradov controlled most of round 1 from top, and when Ramirez scrambled the Uzbekistani headhunted with vicious hooks throughout an aggressive first frame. A huge straight punch found the mark when Muradov countered a naked kick at the open bell of round 2.
Ramirez hit the deck and never recovered, and Muradov didn’t give him much chance as he flurried with ground and pound that forced the Brazilian to turtle up against the cage. Muradov picked up his fifth straight win in impressive fashion, while Ramirez suffered defeat for the third consecutive fight.