WBC International Lightweight vacant Silver Championship

Mexico’s Christian Fermin URUZQUIETA Fragoso (now 18-4-1, 6 aged 28) outpointed local boxing star Ray Moylette by SD10 last night at the Royal Theatre in Castlebar (Ireland) to win the vacant WBC International 135 Lbs Silver title.

Ray Moylette suffered an agonising defeat against Christian Uruzquieta in a thrilling contest at the Royal Theatre in Castlebar on Friday night.

In front of a passionate crowd, Moylette was beaten on a split decision as two knockdowns in the fifth round proved the difference against the equally tough and exciting Uruzquieta.

It took remarkable bravery by the home fighter to get off the canvas twice, particularly as he had to survive over two minutes of unyielding shots from his opponent while struggling to stay on his feet.

Eventually,  the judges scored:

Paul Ryan 94-95 Uruzquieta

Rodolfo Ramirez Flores 92-96 Uruzquieta

Patrick Rattinghan (Padraid O’Reachtagain) 95-94 Moylette

7 December 2018; Ray Moylette, left, and Christian Uruzquieta during their vacant World Boxing Council International Silver Lightweight Title bout at The Royal Theatre in Castlebar, Mayo. Photo by Stephen McCarthy/Sportsfile

December 7, 2018

Castlebar, Mayo, Ireland   (Royal Theatre)

Raymond Moylette (IRL)

Christian Fermin Uruzquieta Fragoso (México)

By Conor Slater , First Punch – Assassin Promotions Ireland

Weigh-in on December 6th     

Moylette Lbs 134.7                 

Uruzquieta Lbs 134.9



Former WBC International SILVER champs in this division

Robert Tlatlik,  Poland-Germany

Dante Jardon, México

Jonathan Maicelo, Peru

Miguel Roman, Mexico

Tommy Coyle, Great Britain

Samir Ziani, France