Mairena shocks the world of Boxing! | Brayan Mairena v Frank Arnold | BT Sport Boxing Highlights

Mairena shocks the world of boxing! | brayan mairena v frank arnold | bt sport boxing highlights

BT Sport Boxing published this video item, entitled “Mairena shocks the world of Boxing! | Brayan Mairena v Frank Arnold | BT Sport Boxing Highlights” – below is their description.

British boxing hopeful, Frank Arnold, was undefeated at 9-0 heading into his fight with Nicaragua’s Brayan Mairena.

Mairena landed heavy shots on Arnold that put the young talent down once, before knocking him out cold in the 4th round.

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Nicaragua, set between the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea, is a Central American nation known for its dramatic terrain of lakes, volcanoes and beaches. Vast Lake Managua and the iconic stratovolcano Momotombo sit north of the capital Managua. To its south is Granada, noted for its Spanish colonial architecture and an archipelago of navigable islets rich in tropical bird life. 

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