Boxing Result: Sebastian Lujan defeats Jailer Berrio
By German Villasenor (May 29, 2010) Doghouse Boxing (Photo © German Villasenor)  
Two-time welterweight world title challenger, Argentina’s Sebastian Lujan, 33-5-2 (21), with one no-contest, sent Colombia’s Jailer Berrio, 19-7 (7), down six times in five heats of action on Friday night at the Universidad Tecnológica, Santa Fe, Argentina in Telefutura’s “Solo Boxeo” main event.

Coming out behind a high guard, charging forward and using side-to-side movement, Lujan gauged his opponent in the first round, winning the round on the strength of being the aggressor, although no hard punches were
exchanged in the round.

Both men picked up the pace in the second, taking turns landing shots from the outside.

Berrio saw his best round in the third, taking the fight to Lujan against the ropes.

Lujan scored one of three knockdowns in the fourth, with Berrio going down as a glove touched the canvas (not called by referee Jorge Basile). A wicked left hook to the body once more dropped Berrio, who went down once more from a right hand to the temple, at the bell.

Body shots once more sent Berrio down in the fifth with a frenzied follow-up making Berrio drop once more, with the referee calling the fight off at 40 seconds into the round.

With the win, Lujan picked up the marginal, vacant WBC Latino welterweight belt.
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