Ford passed another test in his career and defended his WBA regional belt.

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Ford passed another test in his career and defended his WBA regional belt.
Ford passed another test in his career and defended his WBA regional belt. Photo: DAZN

Ford passed another test in his career and defended his WBA regional belt.

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Ford passed another test in his career and defended his WBA regional belt.
Ford passed another test in his career and defended his WBA regional belt. Photo: DAZN

American featherweight prospect Raymond Ford once again impressed with a victory over undefeated Richard Medina to retain his World Boxing Association (WBA) Continental Americas title this weekend in San Antonio, Texas.

The 23-year-old boxer kept the distance to prevail with authority on cards of 100-90, 100-90 and 99-91 with a good use of his tools. 

Ford has proven to be a man of challenge and his opposition quality grows considerably with each fight. This time he defeated the 21-year-old Medina, also undefeated and who has good punching power.

However, Ford, who is a New Jersey native, managed the ring to his liking, used his combinations well and nullified his opponent’s boxing with a refined style. 

The southpaw improved his record to 12 wins, 1 loss and 6 knockouts. Medina dropped to 13 wins, 1 loss and 7 knockouts.


Jessica McCaskill defeated Alma Ibarra to retain the title



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