LAmerican boxer Jessica 'Caskilla' McCaskill put her WBA, WBC, IBF, WBO and The Ring Welterweight World Champion belts on the line against the Mexi
LAmerican boxer Jessica ‘Caskilla’ McCaskill put her WBA, WBC, IBF, WBO and The Ring Welterweight World Champion belts on the line against the Mexican Alma Ibarra at the San Antonio Tech Port.
Mc Caskill was much superior throughout the fight to Alma Ibarra, who, before going out to fight in the fourth round, conveyed her desperation to her trainer in the corner.
“No… No… I just want to get home alive,” Alma Ibarra yells at her trainer, refusing to fight again.
The Mexican abandoned and Jessica Mc Caskill (12-2-0), who has been world champion since 2018, took the fight while keeping her championship belts.
Alma Ibarra could not participate in the Tokyo Olympics because of a kidnapping
Alma Ibarra, who missed the opportunity to represent Mexico at the Tokyo Olympics after being the victim of a kidnapping, left her record at (10-2-0).
Ibarra was taken from her hotel in Veracruz along with her coach, Carlos Medellin. At first they were told it was for her safety, but she wasn’t. When the police went to the place where he had them, the kidnappers had already obtained a sum of money from his family.