Welterweight contender Yordenis Ugas (20-3, 9 KOs) brought home a consistent choice triumph over Thomas Dulorme (24-3, 16 KOs) regardless of being thumped down in Mayweather versus McGregor preparatory activity displayed by Mayweather Promotions on FOX and FOX Deportes Saturday night from T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
The two men hoped to set up their punch in cycle one yet in cycle two Ugas handled a major uppercut that paralyzed Dulorme and constrained him to take a knee. Dulorme rose to his feet and endeavored to flame back however was hit with a correct hand that put him down for the second time in the round.
"It was an extraordinary battle," said Ugas. "I realized that Dulorme had an awesome camp planning for Shawn Porter so when I thumped him down I figured he would get up. I just had nine days to plan for this battle so I must be keen and not squander anything."
"It was a decent battle," said Dulorme. "It was an exceptionally intense battle. I came to battle and I considered him important. I continued working. It was here and there however I continued working.
The session was characterized by great forward and backward activity with the two men having their minutes in charge. Dulorme was focused on assaulting the body to moderate Ugas however was given a notice for low blows in the fifth round. Dulorme kept on testing the body in any case and strayed too low right on time in the seventh round, driving ref Vic Drakulich to deduct a point.
The conclusion appeared to light a fire under Dulorme who pushed forward and started to get through the guard of Ugas. An uppercut briefly shocked Ugas halfway through the round and Dulorme lined up soon after with a left snare that put Ugas on the canvas.