Boxing Updates: William Zepeda vs. Giovanni Cabrera Fight Purse Revealed, Including All Undercard Fighters-b

The main event of the William Zepeda vs. Giovanni Cabrera card was brief but intense! Cabrera started strong with a solid first round, but Zepeda shifted into high gear in the second and third rounds. He ultimately dropped Cabrera with a vicious liver shot in the third round, securing the victory. Meanwhile, the purse details for all the fights on the card have been revealed.

The card featured a total of ten thrilling fights, ranging from the main event of Zepeda vs. Cabrera to the undercard bout between Japhethlee Llamido and Ryan Allen. Every boxer delivered outstanding performances, making the night at Toyota Arena in Ontario, California, a resounding success. In recognition of their efforts, the fighters were compensated accordingly, as revealed by Jed I. Goodman on social media moments after the event concluded.

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William Zepeda got the bag!

According to Goodman, Zepeda earned $540,000 after defeating Cabrera, who walked away with $110,000 from the fight. Ricardo Rafael Sandoval, who faced Angel Acosta in a ten-round bout, received a $30,000 paycheck, as did his opponent, despite Sandoval securing victory with a tenth-round knockout.

Manuel Flores and Nohel Arambulet each received $17,000 following their ten-round fight, where Arambulet was defeated via second-round knockout. Joel Iriate earned $6,000 in his six-round bout against Yainel Alvarez, who, despite losing by second-round knockout, earned $6,500. Alex Martin and Pedro Camp both earned $15,000, with Camp emerging victorious in their six-round fight by unanimous decision.

Gael Cabrera and Mychaquell Shields each earned $4,000 for their six-round encounter, won by Cabrera after dropping Shields in the third round. Joshua Garcia secured $7,200 in earnings, while Jason Buenaobra received $5,000 from their six-round fight.


Anthony Saldivar walks away with just $3,000, which is a bit of a slap in the face considering he knocked Roman Canto out cold in the second round of their four-round slugfest. Meanwhile, Canto’s grinning all the way to the bank with $4,000 in his pocket. Talk about adding insult to injury, right?

Then there’s Daniel Luna, who pocketed $2,500 for sending his opponent to dreamland with a first-round knockout in their four-round showdown. Joseph Walker ain’t doing too shabby either, scooping up $2,000 for his efforts in the ring.

Now, here’s the kicker: Japhethlee Llamido goes the distance and wins his eight-round battle against Ryan Lee, but walks away with just $4,000. In contrast, Lee rakes in a cool $9,000 just for stepping into the ring. Go figure! But let’s cut to the chase. William Zepeda’s not playing small potatoes anymore. He’s aiming high, calling out a world champ and looking to hit the jackpot. Watch out, world!

Zepeda wants Vasyl Lomachenko next!

After his quick win over Cabrera, William Zepeda wasted no time letting everyone know who he’s gunning for next. During the post-fight interview with a reporter, Zepeda was pumped, “I’m grateful for all the opportunities they are giving me. Let’s go to Ukraine, let’s take that belt from [Vasiliy] Lomachenko”.


Lomachenko’s got some negotiations in the works with Gervonta Davis, but Davis’ trainer just spilled the beans today, saying Lomachenko might step aside for ‘Tank’ to throw down with Stevenson first. That could mean Lomachenko’s open to squaring off against Zepeda before locking horns with Davis early next year. This matchup could be just what Lomachenko needs to solidify his reign in the lightweight division, while Zepeda would get his well-deserved shot at the IBF title. It’s shaping up to be a real showdown!

Man, that night was absolutely wild! Knockouts left and right, giving fans a real bang for their buck. And looking at those purses, it seems like the fighters cashed in pretty nicely too. But hey, what’s your take on it? Do you think they got paid fair and square, or do you reckon these warriors deserve even more for putting it all on the line? Drop your thoughts in the comments!


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