Luis Alberto Lopez stops Isaac Lowe & full results from London, England

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Isaac Lowe vs. Luis Alberto Lopez Result

York Hall in London, England – 3 December 2021

Isaac Lowe came up short in his final eliminator for the IBF featherweight title as Luis Alberto Lopez claimed the win after an incredible battle on Friday’s #MTKFightNight.

The action-packed event was taking place at York Hall in London, and was broadcast in the US on ESPN+ in association with Top Rank, and worldwide on IFL TV.

Lowe and Lopez had a back and forth war, but in the end it was who came out on top, dropping Lowe three times on his way to a seventh round stoppage victory.

Elsewhere on the card, there were wins for Charlie Edwards, Elliot Whale, Carl Fail, Shiloh Defreitas, Inder Bassi and Nina Hughes. Here’s everything you need to know from a brilliant night of action…

LUIS ALBERTO LOPEZ beat ISAAC LOWE via TKO at 2:38 of round 7

Luis Alberto Lopez came out on top in his IBF featherweight title final eliminator with Isaac Lowe, claiming the seventh round stoppage win after a fantastic fight.

It was an extremely quick start, with Lopez (24-2, 13 KOs) dropping Lowe after 10 seconds with the very first shot he threw, before earning another knockdown in round two.

Lowe (21-1-3, 6 KOs) was able to recover and gave as good as he got during the fight, but in the end Lopez proved to be too much, gaining another knockdown in round seven thanks to a body shot, with referee Marcus McDonnell waving off the fight and handing Lopez the impressive win.

Lopez said: “I’m very happy to get the win, especially as it’s tough to come to another country and be victorious. I have been training a lot the pats year and this was great for me.

“The punch I have been working on in sparring paid off, so I’m really pleased. I am so excited to win this eliminator, and I want Kiko Martinez next.”

CHARLIE EDWARDS beat JACOB BARRETO via TKO at 1:35 of round 2

Charlie Edwards returned to the ring in style, as he picked up a second round stoppage victory over Jacob Barreto.

It was the first time in over 12 months that Edwards (17-1, 7 KOs) had stepped back through the ropes, but he wasted little time, dominating proceedings from the off before landing a huge left hook that send Barreto (13-4, 5 KOs) to the canvas in round two.

The Spaniard was unable to recover, with the referee seeing enough and calling a halt to the bout, as Edwards secured the extremely impressive win inside the distance.

Edwards said: “I’m back in style. We’ve been working on a lot of things in the gym, and I feel fit and strong. It was a great camp with Joe Gallagher and this was the first step to becoming a two-time world champion.

“York Hall is my home, I’m a Repton boy. I finished my amateur career here, and I fought here in the National Championships at 14. It makes me feel proud of myself and how far I’ve come.

“I trained for this fight like I trained for my world title fight when I beat Rosales. I’m mentally back, and with Joe we’ll go all the way. It’s one step at a time but we’re coming for another world title

“2022 will be a massive year for me, at either super-flyweight or bantamweight. Wherever the opportunities are I’m there.”

SHILOH DEFREITAS beat DARIO BOROSA via TKO at 2:26 of round 1

Rising star Shiloh Defreitas dazzled at York Hall once again, picking up a vicious first round knockout victory over Dario Borosa.

Defreitas (2-0, 2 KOs) was back for his second fight after an extremely impressive debut in October, and the man known as ‘Sugar Shy’ picked up right where he left off, dropping Borosa with a left to the body midway through the first round.

Borosa was able to recover, but Defreitas jumped straight back on him and knocked him down again with another big body shot, with the Croatian stopped this time around, as ‘Sugar Shy’ became just the third man in 18 fights to defeat Borosa inside the distance.

Defreitas said: “I’m grateful. It was a last minute opponent and I didn’t really know who I was fighting. I was going to feel him out in the first round but the body shot was there and I got it.

“I’ll fight anybody. I felt like I rushed it a bit, but I landed the right shots at the right time, so I made it an easy night’s work. In my first year as a professional I want 6 to 8 fights. I love everybody for tuning in, you’ll see lots of me so enjoy the show.”

ELLIOT WHALE beat MIROSLAV SERBAN 60-54 on points after 6 rounds

Elliot Whale extended his unbeaten record as claimed a comfortable points victory over tough Czech fighter Miroslav Serban.

Whale (5-0, 1 KO) was back in action for the first time since February, but the 24-year-old hadn’t missed a step, controlling the fight from start to finish.

Serban (13-8, 7 KOs) was unable to offer much back, with Whale boxing well on his way to a 60-54 points verdict on referee Lee Every’s scorecard.

Whale said: “I’m happy to be back. He was quite a durable opponent, and I’m glad to be back after a hand injury.

“I’ve got a good training team that teach me lots in the gym. I’m always learning and I’m looking forward to the future. I want to have a clean run in 2022.

“I’ve been a professional two years now but due to COVID and injuries I’ve been a bit stop start, but hopefully next year I can kick on and maybe fight for an English title.”

INDER BASSI beat VASIF MAMEDOV 40-36 on points after 4 rounds

Inder Bassi claimed his second victory in a month as he banked more valuable rounds on his way to defeating Vasif Mamedov on points.

Bassi (5-1) had earned a win at York Hall back in November, and he was there again on Friday for the clash with Mamedov, with Bassi performing well throughout the fight.

It led to a shutout points win, with referee Marcus McDonnell scoring it 40-36 to Bassi, who took his record to 5-1 in the process.

Bassi said: “I don’t think I was the best I could be, but I was happy to get the four rounds. I stepped up the gears as the fight went on and showed I was fit, but I got the win and that’s all that matters.

“He was a tough opponent, so credit to him. Speed kills, and I kept it tidy and stuck to my boxing throughout the fight. The next 12 months will be exciting, and hopefully this time next year I’ll be fighting for titles.”

NINA HUGHES beat CLAUDIA FERENCZI 60-54 on points after 6 rounds

Nina Hughes entered the paid ranks in style as she successfully won her professional debut with a victory over Claudia Ferenczi.

Hughes (1-0) brought an illustrious amateur career into the fight, and it soon became clear that she was able to transition into the professional game with ease, landing huge shots throughout the contest.

Ferenczi showed her toughness and managed to last the distance, but it was a convincing win for Hughes, with the referee scoring it 60-54 in her favour.

Hughes said: “I’m so happy and over the moon to get the first one out of the way. I knew she was tough and doesn’t usually get stopped, so I knew I’d have to work hard for all six rounds.

“I want to thank everybody that bought a ticket to come and watch me, and the support was amazing. I want to push on and get a few bouts and then push for titles. Whoever gets me there the quickest I’ll fight.”

CARL FAIL beat JOSE CARLOS CLAVERO 60-53 on points after 6 rounds

Carl Fail continued the great start to his professional career as he dropped Jose Carlos Clavero on his way to a shutout points win.

Fail knocked down Clavero with a massive shot at the end of round one, but the tough Spaniard showed his toughness by getting back up and continuing.

Fail continued to dictate proceedings as the fight continued though, landing a number of great shots on his way to a 60-53 points win, claiming his fourth victory of 2021 in the process.

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