Abe Concepcion Wins in Impressive Fashion

Abe TKOs Carrera in the 3rd round to extend his 3-year unbeaten streak to 19 wins in a row. He remains unbeaten in his 7 fights in the US and is 5-0-4KOs in his last 5 fights.

“Question when you see a prospect is.. “Is there something out of the ordinary here, something worth tuning in to see?” and the answer is a resounding yes.” – Max Kellerman on Abe Concepcion’s performance


Welcome to world stage Bernabe Concepcion! That was the sentiments from press row as boxing’s elite in the media world took notice to a new rising prospect in Concepcion. With the fall of A.J. Banal earlier that day in the Philippines, Concepcion took away a little of the nasty taste still being felt by fans who watched Banal’s heartbreaking defeat. – by Jason Aniel, full story here>>>


As referee Joe Cortez administered the mandatory 8 count, Carrera looked pale and was a picture of disbelief. When the fight resumed, Concepcion assaulted the gritty Mexican customer with a barrage of left and right sending for good Carrera in the canvas. The partisan crowd, which loudly cheered for Carrera as he entered the ring, became silent when Cortez declared the 24-year-old Carrera unfit to continue. – by Alex Vidal full story here >>>


Concepcion began using angles and a lot of footwork to land power punches in the third-round and sent Carrera down with for a flash knockdown from a hard right. Moments later a right uppercut sent Carrera down again. He barely made it up and the referee Joe Cortez waved it off. – from Mark Vester of Boxingscene full article here >>>


“I did what I had to do. I felt I was too strong for him,” Concepcion said. “I feel like I am ready to go for a title now.”

His title opportunity might not be far off. There is a chance he could soon challenge Puerto Rico’s Juan Manuel Lopez, who is also with Top Rank and won a 122-pound title June 7. – Dan Rafael of ESPN Boxing full article here >>>


In a performance that justified his blue-chip prospect status, 20-year-old Bernabe Concepcion knocked out Adam Carrera in the third round of a junior featherweight contest. A relaxed-looking Concepcion, 26-1-1 (15), used fluid footwork to position himself inside the long reach of the taller Carrera, where he was able to unload with quick hooks and uppercuts. The Freddie Roach-trained Filipino threatened Carrera with sharp left hooks to the head, but it was a left to ribcage that felled the California native in the third. – by Ronan Keenan of thesweetscience.com full story here >>>


Both men circling and trading jabs. HARD left hook followed by a straight right to the body lands for Concepcion. Nice right hand down the middle lands for Concepcion. Wooooooooo….NICE counter right lands for Concepcion that drops Carrera. He’s up and looks okay. Concepcion tries to jump on him, but Carrera has shaken it off and fires back. Left hook lands for Carrera. WOOOOOOOOOOOOO….DEVASTATING right uppercut lands for Concepcion and Carrera is down again. That’s it. He’s slow to get up and referee Joe Cortez calls a halt to the action. – Fighthype.com’s analysis of round 3


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: