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CARDIFF, WALES — Guillermo Rigondeaux killed time this Saturday by breaking the jaw of an overmatched James Dickens for a second round corner stoppage at the Ice Arena.
Ridgondeaux fought at his usual measured pace. The punch output was low, but Rigondeaux controlled both rounds with excellent accuracy with the looping southpaw left. One of those shots in round two resulted in the apparent jaw fracture.
Dickens, who failed to land a significant punch, immediately let his corner know about the injury and retired.
Rigondeaux improves to 17-0 (11 KOs) with his seventh defense of the WBA super bantamweight title.