Gamboa vs Alvarado went the full twelve rounds in the end and perhaps left more questions than answers about the bout’s eventual winner.
Gamboa vs Alvarado didn’t exactly set the world on fire, but it was Gamboa failing to impress which was the surprising part more than anything.
Considering the stage he’s at in his career now at 35, where one would of thought he’s meant to be building a case for another shot at the title in one last big run at a world championship.
It was his third win on the trot last night since losing to pound for pound rated Terence Crawford in 2014. He recorded a unanimous decision victory last night against Rene Alvarado.
Here are the main Gamboa vs Alvarado video highlights of what went down in New York:
(Hat tip: HBO YouTube)
One would suspect that Gamboa will need to up his performance next time out if he is to get back into the picture for a big fight or title shot.
The former world champion from Cuba improved his professional boxing record to 26-1-17KO with the victory last night.
To Gamboa’s credit, ring rust could easily have been a factor in the above performance. It was his first fight since December 2015 when he won a unanimous decision over Hylon Williams Jr.