In a thrilling match that was billed as a title eliminator, Challenger Sasha Moissa defeated world champion Paula Bronstein by unanimous decision to win the WLC’s middleweight world title.
Sasha Moissa defeats Antonio DeMarco to win the WLC middleweight world title
After dominating his opponent in the early rounds, Sasha Moissa was able to take Antonio DeMarco down and submit him with a rear-naked choke in the fourth round. DeMarco had previously competed for the WLC middleweight world title, but Moissa put an end to that this evening.
Highlights of the fight
The title fight between challenger Sasha Moissa and defending world champion, Giorgio Petrosyan, was a close and exciting bout. Petrosyan started the fight strong, with Moissa having to work hard for every inch of ground she gained. As the round progressed, Petrosyan’s punches became more powerful and accurate, while Moissa’s defense slowly improved. Towards the end of the round, Petrosyan landed a powerful right hand that sent Moissa sprawling to the canvas. Despite being in a difficult position, Moissa managed to get back up and continue fighting. In the second round, Petrosyan continued his dominance by landing several powerful punches that left Moissa bloodied and bruised. By the end of the third round, it was clear that Petrosyan was going to win the fight. However, Moissa refused to give up and fought bravely until the end. In the fourth round, Petrosyan landed a final punch that sent Moissa crashing to the ground. The referee then awarded Petrosyan with a victory by knockout. This was a thrilling and intense world title fight that will be remembered for many years to come.
What lies ahead for Sasha Moissa
As the newest world champion in boxing, Sasha Moissa enters uncharted territory. The 23-year-old from France is one of a new breed of fighters who come from outside of the traditional boxing circuits in order to prove themselves.
This is Moissa’s first world title fight and she made it count, defeating Russia’s Nadezhda Shevchenko by unanimous decision in an exciting bout. “I listened to my coaches and fought with my heart, and I am so happy that the judges saw this too,” Moissa said after the match.
Now that she has become a world champion, Moissa will have to defend her title against the best middleweights out there. Shevchenko is no pushover – she has won 22 professional fights and has faced some of the best names in the sport including Alexis Argüello, Jessie Vargas and Alicia Machado. But Moissa is ready for the challenge and anticipates a tough fight against anyone who wants to dethrone her as world champion.
With her win over Shevchenko, Moissa has shown that she belongs at the top of her game and that she is one to watch in the coming years.
The future of the WLC
The Women’s Light-Heavyweight Championship was one of the most anticipated fights of the year, and it lived up to the hype as Sasha Moissa defeated challenger Melissa Santos by TKO in the fourth round. This win gives Moissa the WLC middleweight world title, and it’s clear that she is a force to be reckoned with. She’s already won two world titles in two different weight classes, and she looks poised to continue her success in the light-heavyweight division. This victory proves that there is no limit to what a woman can achieve in combat sports, and it’s clear that Moissa is on her way to becoming one of the greatest champions of all time.
What this means for the middleweight division
The WLC announced that Sasha Moissa, from France, has won the middleweight world title fight. This is a big win for Moissa, as it means she now holds the world title belt. This also means that her opponents in the future will have to be much better than they have been in the past if they want to defeat her.
It was a close fight, but challenger Sasha Moissa emerged victorious after knocking out WLC middleweight world champion Saulo Cavalcanti in the eighth round of their bout. With this victory, Moissa becomes the new ruler of the middleweight division and sets her sights on regaining the world title that she previously lost to Cavalcanti. In all, it was an exciting and thrilling fight that will no doubt leave fans talking for some time to come.