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Rey Vargas rallies from knockdown to outpoint Mark Magsayo, earn WBC featherweight title

In a battle of undefeated featherweights on Saturday night, Rey Vargas was able to rip the WBC title from Mark Magsayo's grasp by way of a split decision. The Showtime Championship Boxing main event from the Alamodome in San Antonio showcased intriguing back and forth action that saw Vargas overcome a late knockdown to hold on for a narrow victory to win a world title in a second weight class in his career.
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Boxing Scene

Rey Vargas Gets Off The Floor To Decision Mark Magsayo, Wins WBC Title

SAN ANTONIO – Five-and-half-months after he narrowly won the WBC featherweight title, Mark Magsayo lost his 126-pound championship in similar fashion Saturday night. Rey Vargas defeated Magsayo by split decision in their “Showtime Championship Boxing” main event at Alamodome. Judges Tim Cheatham (115-112) and David Sutherland (115-112) both scored their back-and-forth fight for Vargas, who lost 114-113 on the scorecard of judge Jesse Reyes.
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BoxingNews24.com

Boxing Results: Mark Magsayo loses SD to Rey Vargas in San Antonio!

By Ken Hissner: At the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas, Saturday, over Showtime, TGB Promotions and Premier Boxing Champions presented in the Main Event WBC World Featherweight champion Mark “Magnifico” Magsayo of the Philippines lost a split decision to former WBC World Super Bantamweight champion Rey Vargas of Mexico over 12 rounds overcoming a knockdown.
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Maxboxing

Ray Vargas wins WBC featherweight title with split decision over Mark Magsayo

Mexico’s Rey Vargas became a two-division world champion Saturday night as he rose from a knockdown and boxed and banged his way to the WBC Featherweight World Championship against Mark Magsayo by split-decision in a dramatic showdown that headlined live on SHOWTIME from the Alamodome in San Antonio in a Premier Boxing Champions event.
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expressnews.com

Rey Vargas stuns champ Mark Magsayo in San Antonio

This is a carousel. Use Next and Previous buttons to navigate. In the end, the physical tools of Mexico’s Rey Vargas simply were too much to overcome. Nearly five inches taller, with long arms that kept his opponent at bay, Vargas stole the show Saturday night at the Alamodome, outpointing Mark Magsayo of the Philippines en route to a thrilling split-decision victory before a crowd of about 5,000 to win the WBC featherweight title.
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worldboxingnews.net

Rey Vargas beats Mark Magsayo, becomes two-division king on 36-0

Rey Vargas proved his world-class credentials again with a hard-fought victory over Mark Magsayo on Saturday night. Mexico’s Vargas became a two-division world champion as he rose from a knockdown. Vargas boxed and banged his way to the WBC Featherweight title against previous holder Magsayo. He took the win...
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Sporting News

What time is Mark Magsayo vs. Rey Vargas today? Schedule, main card start time for 2022 boxing fight

On July 9, Rey Vargas will look to become a two-division champion. Inside The Alamodome, Mark Magsayo defends his newly-won WBC featherweight title against Vargas. Magsayo made his pro debut in 2013. A WBO International featherweight champion, Magsayo won the WBC-ABC featherweight title in 2019 against Panya Uthok. In January, he beat Gary Russell Jr. for the WBC featherweight title. The Magsayo win ended Russell's seven-fight win streak.
Boxing Scene

Mark Magsayo: Leo Santa Cruz Is A Hall-Of-Famer; Would Be Biggest Fight For Me

SAN ANTONIO – Mark Magsayo is fully confident defeating mandatory challenger Rey Vargas on Saturday night will lead to a featherweight title unification fight. If Magsayo’s instinct is correct, the undefeated Filipino fighter wants to battle Leo Santa Cruz. The WBC featherweight champion thinks a fight with Santa Cruz should be “easy to negotiate” because both boxers are affiliated with Al Haymon’s Premier Boxing Champions.
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Mark Magsayo vs. Rey Vargas Live Stream: How to Watch the Boxing Fight Online

Click here to read the full article. A boxing world title is on the line tonight as the undefeated former world champion Rey Vargas (35-0, 22 KOs) looks to snatch the WBC featherweight belt from the undefeated current world champion Mark Magsayo (24-0, 16 KOs). It’s bound to be an exciting fight — especially considering that it’s Magsayo’s first defense of his title, after beating Gary Russell Jr. in January. Looking to catch the fight live? Below is everything you need to know about the championship bout, including where to watch the fight on TV, where to watch Magsayo vs. Vargas...
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Pawhuska Journal

Mark Magsayo vs. Rey Vargas odds, picks and predictions

In a 12-round featherweight WBC championship bout in the main event, Mark Magsayo (24-0) and Rey Vargas (35-0) meet Saturday at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas. The card begins at 9 p.m. ET (Showtime). Below, we analyze the Magsayo vs. Vargas odds and lines, with expert boxing picks and predictions.
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fightnights.com

Rey Vargas defeats Mark Magsayo by split decision to become two-division world champion

SAN ANTONIO – Rey Vargas is back on top of the throne. The former WBC junior featherweight champion, fighting for just the second time in three years, overcame a ninth-round knockdown to unseat WBC featherweight champ Mark Magsayo by split decision Saturday in San Antonio, Texas, to dethrone WBC featherweight champ Mark Magsayo via split decision on Saturday in San Antonio, Texas.
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