Theofimo Lopez wins OMB world title

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By LatAm Reports Editor

Honduran Teófimo López (20-1, 13 knockouts), won by unanimous decision to Puerto Rican Jamaine Ortiz, in a lawsuit at the Michelob Ultra Arena in Las Vegas and retained his title of the OMB superlight by beating.

Two of the three judges scored their ballot (117-111) in favour of the puppy, while the third tightest (115-113).

In addition to maintaining the scepter, Teófimo took a $2.3 million metal prize.

The catracho representing Honduras at the 2016 Rio Janeiro Olympics.

In Lopez’s record, it should be remembered that in December 2019 he defeated Richard Commey, winning the International Boxing Federation’s world lightweight title and becoming the first boxer of Honduran nationality to win a world boxing title.

Later, in October 2020, he defeated Vasyl Lomachenko, 8 winning the World Boxing Association, World Boxing Organization and the World Boxing Council Franchise championship, thus becoming a unified lightweight champion. (GG)

This article has been translated from the original which first appeared in Diariomas