Oscar Rivas got his old results in the finals of GYM’s first evening party held in November 2019 on Tuesday night. The heavyweight won the third round of the technical knockout match against Monterter Sylvera Louis.
Oscar Rivas said at the post-war press conference: “I feel different.” I have prepared 12 rounds and think I will do at least 6 rounds.
“I am very happy because I can be myself.”
Louis tried his best, but the accusation of his opponent was too strong.
The Montreal native (8-6 years old, 4 KOs) said: “The power of the blow is not bad.” However, his physical strength is far better than mine. It’s like a wave.
“You think your feet are strong, but it’s not the case. At some point, it becomes frustrating.”
Patrice Walney (16-0, 10 KOs) won the fifth round with Albert Yonks Trotter (10-6-2, 10 KOs). Before his IBF middleweight playoff matchup, he has successfully completed the task of catching up with the rust, which is expected to be carried out in the next few months.
Warney said: “I am very happy with this comeback fight.” I want a knockout, I get it. On the other hand, I want to do well and I will be able to better prepare for the next challenge. “
For the IBF knockout against the German Patrick Wojcicki, he may end in Quebec.
“I would love to see this battle appear here,” Walney added. Little known in Quebec is not the fault of the media. I fought many battles in Ontario because I was with the promoter Lee Baxter.
“No matter where it is, this is an opportunity I can’t miss.”
Before the final, Sébastien Bouchard (19-2, 8 KOs) was played by the judges (58-56, 59-55 and 60-54) in the difficult Mario Perez (20-8) -5, 12 KOs) by unanimous decision. Six rounds of conflict.