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Sebastian Fundora defeats Jorge Cota by KO in 4 in wild fight (Video)

Super welterweights Sebastian Fundora and Jorge Cota went toe to toe for four rounds, but Fundora broke Cota down for the stoppage. Super welterweights Sebastian Fundora and Jorge Cota gave boxing fans at the Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson, California, something to cheer about. They went head to head for four wild rounds, but the action came to an early end to some of the fans’ displeasure.
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PBC Pay Per View Recap: Sebastian Fondura Stops Jorge Cota In Four

The 16-0-1 super middleweight Sebastian Fondura fought on the Ruiz-Arreola pay per view card on Saturday. He went up against the 30-4-0 Jorge Cota in a scheduled 12 round WBC title eliminator. Each man swung and landed hard in the first. The fighters continued to swing away in the second. The fight remained on the inside in the third, as it had through much of the second, with each fighter going at the other hard.
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Jorge Cota vows to take Sebastian Fundora out on Ruiz Jr. vs Arreola PPV

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