Jerwin Ancajas stops a brave but outgunned Jamie Conlan in six-rounds, retains IBF super-flyweight title

Tonight in Belfast, reigning IBF super-flyweight champion Jerwin Ancajas proved to be too strong, too powerful and too good for a gutsy Jamie Conlan. The southpaw from The Philippines who is co-promoted by the great Manny Pacquiao scored multiple knockdowns, hurting Conlan to both head and body, before finally getting the TKO at the :52-second mark of round-six.

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Results: Jerwin Ancajas destroys Jamie Conlan

Jamie Conlan - IBF super flyweight champion Jerwin Ancajas (28-1-1, 19 KOs) totally destroyed an over-matched previously unbeaten #4 IBF Jamie Conlan (19-1, 11 KOs) in stopping him in the 6th round on Saturday night at the SSE Arena in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Ancajas, 25, knocked Conlan down 4 times in the fight. The referee halted the fight in round 6 after Ancajas knocked Conlan down with a right hand rabbit punch to the back of the head.

IBF super flyweight champion Jerwin Ancajas (28-1-1, 19 KOs) totally destroyed an over-matched previously unbeaten #4 IBF Jamie Conlan (19-1, 11 KOs) in stopping him in the 6th round on Saturday night at the SSE Arena in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Ancajas, 25, knocked Conlan down 4 times in the fight. The referee halted the fight in round 6 after Ancajas knocked Conlan down with a right hand rabbit punch to the back of the head.

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Frampton, Conlan, Barnes back in action tonight in Belfast

Jamie Conlan - Carl Frampton insists that he has to win in style on his ‘second coming’ against Mexican Horacio Garcia at the SSE Odyssey Arena tonight in Belfast.

Carl Frampton insists that he has to win in style on his ‘second coming’ against Mexican Horacio Garcia at the SSE Odyssey Arena tonight in Belfast.

‘The Jackal’ tops one of Irish boxing’s biggest ever fight bills this weekend as the ‘Frampton Reborn’ card also features Jamie Conlan challenging for the IBF world super-flyweight title while three-time Olympian Paddy Barnes competes in his fifth pro bout, live on BT Sport and BoxNation.

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Carl Frampton and Horacio Garcia make weight

Jamie Conlan - Carl Frampton and Horacio Garcia have weighed in ahead of their headline clash at the SSE Odyssey Arena on Saturday night, while Jamie Conlan and Jerwin Ancajas are all set for their IBF world super-flyweight title showdown. All four fighters took to the scales at Belfast’s Clayton Hotel on Friday afternoon ahead of the weekend’s massive ‘Frampton Reborn’ fight card, which will be screened live on BT Sport and BoxNation.

Carl Frampton and Horacio Garcia have weighed in ahead of their headline clash at the SSE Odyssey Arena on Saturday night, while Jamie Conlan and Jerwin Ancajas are all set for their IBF world super-flyweight title showdown. All four fighters took to the scales at Belfast’s Clayton Hotel on Friday afternoon ahead of the weekend’s massive ‘Frampton Reborn’ fight card, which will be screened live on BT Sport and BoxNation.

Frampton tipped the scales at 127lbs – the same as Mexican Garcia – with both fighters benefiting from a previously-agreed two-pound excess weight allowance ahead of the 10-round non-title featherweight bout.

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Jamie Conlan: “Ancajas Can Be Outboxed By A Big European, Like Myself!”

Back in July, Belfast’s Super-Flyweight contender Jamie Conlan got to scrutinise IBF Champion Jerwin ‘Pretty Boy’ Ancajas from ringside, whilst supporting brother Michael in Brisbane, Australia.

The feisty Filippino southpaw, beaten just once in 29 with 18 kayos, appeared ruthless whilst destroying Japan’s Teiru Kinoshita in seven. Conlan faces Ancajas for the World title at the SSE Arena Belfast on Saturday November 18, live on BT Sport and BoxNation.

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“Irish Mexican” Jamie Conlan thrills again with points win over dangerous Yader Cardoza

Jamie Conlan - Irish warrior Jamie Conlan did it again last night: he overcame adversity in a thrilling action fight and somehow managed to pull out a win. In edging tough, dangerous and experienced Yader Cardoza of Nicaragua via 12 round split decision – Conlan prevailing by scores of 115-113, 114-113, the third judge having it 115-112 for the visiting fighter - “The Irish Mexican” improved to 19-0(11).

Irish warrior Jamie Conlan did it again last night: he overcame adversity in a thrilling action fight and somehow managed to pull out a win. In edging tough, dangerous and experienced Yader Cardoza of Nicaragua via 12 round split decision – Conlan prevailing by scores of 115-113, 114-113, the third judge having it 115-112 for the visiting fighter – “The Irish Mexican” improved to 19-0(11).

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