Zurdo De Oro Wins ABF Super Bantamweight Title, Dedicates It To His Father

Morales Serrano picks up ABF Title on July 2, plans to return to the ring on August 6 at Club Nuestra Raza

  • July 2, 2021
  • Club Nuestra Raza
  • Houston, Texas
  • Leland D Promotions, 4X4 Promotions

Perennial “B Side” contender Josue “Zurdo De Oro” Morales Serrano (12-12-4), beat Miguel Angel Rebullosa (4-11-0) in the main event of a six bout card at Club Nuestra Raza in Houston, Texas, picking up the American Boxing Federation (ABF) Super Bantamweight Championship in the process.

Morales is known by the local, hardcore boxing community as one of the handful of boxers in town that aren’t afraid to fight on the “B” side, often in the hometown or state of the big promoter’s prospects. This of course, has lead to him losing a few legitimate decisions, and a few bad decisions along the way, but the kid has managed to give a good account of himself more often than not and he’s yet to be stopped in a professional boxing match.

Morales and Rebullosa fought a spirited six rounds in the main event, with Morales winning all six rounds on all three judges scorecards, although Rebullosa was game and fought hard until the final bell.

After winning his first professional title on that 4th of July weekend, Morales immediately dedicated his win to his father and praised him for the many life lessons given that have served him well in life.

The rest of the card saw some pretty evenly matched bouts, with three of the six total bouts ending in draws.

Results were as follows:

Tyrone Selders and Marcos Gomez fought to a draw in a four round super-middleweight bout

Jesus Gonzales and Antonio Wattell fought to a draw in a four round welterweight bout

Luis Miguel Valera and Dionardo Minor fought to a draw in a four round cruiserweight bout

Miranda Lorena Reyes beat Ruth Garcia by unanimous decision in a four round welterweight bout

Cesar Ochoa beat Henry Hernandez by stoppage in the second round of a four round super lightweight bout

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