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The Last Three Opponents of Giovanni Cabrera

The Last Three Opponents of Giovanni Cabrera

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The Last Three Opponents of Giovanni Cabrera

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The Last Three Opponents of Giovanni Cabrera

Giovanni Cabrera (22-1, 7 KOs) will take on undefeated Mexican southpaw William Zepeda (30-0, 26 KOs) at the Toyota Arena in Ontario, Calif on July 6 live on DAZN. The card will be promoted by Golden Boy Promotions. After looking at the last three opponents of Zepeda, we are now looking at the last three opponents of Cabrera.

Looking at the Last Three Opponents of Giovanni Cabrera Before William Zepeda Fight

Looking Back at Ricardo Quiroz Bout Before William Zepeda Fight

In his last fight on March 30, 2024, against Ricardo Quiroz, Cabrera bounced back after his sole defeat against Pitbull Cruz, with a dominant points win over Quiroz.

The Seattle-born fighter controlled the tempo of the fight and controlled the distance impressively. He landed eye-catching combinations while staying out of range. This dominance was reflected on the scorecards with them reading 98-92×2 and 97-93. Getting back to winning ways was just what the 29-year-old needed.

Isaac Cruz

Cabrera experienced the only defeat of his career in a split-decision loss against Isaac “Pitbull” Cruz. It was a difficult watch throughout with the aggressive style of Cruz and the back foot fighting of Cabrera not meshing at all. The more accurate telling shots came from “Pitbull.”

The Seattle-born fighter tried to use his height advantage by fighting at a distance, but “Pitbull” closed the distance and landed some telling shots, which Cabrera to his credit ate. The official scorecards read 114-113 for Cabrera. The other two cards favouring Cruz were 114-113 and 115-112. Cabrera ultimately wasn’t active enough to warrant the victory.

Gabriel Flores Jr.

On July 23, 2022, Cabrera faced Gabriel Flores Jr. at the Grand Casino in Hinkley. It was a dominant performance by the Chicago resident as he pounced on Flores from the first bell.

Cabrera started assertively, dropping Flores a mere few seconds into their fight, and dropped him again soon after. It looked as though Cabrera was hurtling towards an impressive first-round stoppage win. Flores showed his resilience and had his moments during the remaining nine rounds, but the early work by Cabrera ensured he won by unanimous decision, with the judge’s scorecards reading 98-89 x3.

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