Toronto, ON – Undefeated lightweight prospect “Ill” Will Madera showed why he’s the one to watch in boxing tonight, January 28, at the Danforth Music Hall in Toronto, ON, scoring a stunning second-round knockout over the usually very durable veteran, Edgar Ramirez of Mexico.
Madera tore into Ramirez from the opening bell, ripping him with uppercuts and heavy shots to the body. It was a matter of time before Madera connected with a huge left hook that sent Ramirez sprawling to the canvas.
At the beginning of round two, Madera unloaded with a vicious combination to the body, forcing Ramirez to fall back towards the ropes. Madera then unleashed a fifteen punch barrage that went unanswered, prompting referee Alan Davis to stop the bout.
“Will is one of the best lightweight talents in all of boxing,” said Denis Benoit, CEO of Liveco Boxing. “He is continually improving as a fighter, and it’s just a matter of time before he gets the opportunity to showcase his skills on the world stage.”
With the win, Madera improves to 15-0 with 8 knockouts.