Ra’eese Aleem outclasses Mike Plania to shutout win on Ruiz-Ortiz card

LOS ANGELES – Junior featherweight contender Ra’eese Aleem dropped Mike Plania as soon as en path to a choice win over 10 one-sided rounds Sunday night at Crypto .com Area. 

All three judges scored the bout 100-89 for Aleem, who improves to 20-0, 12 knockouts. 

It was all Aleem from the opening bell as he labored behind a constant and stable jab. 

Early within the second spherical, Plania went to at least one knee. On the similar time Aleem threw a punch, Plania fell to the canvas. Referee Ray Corona administered a standing eight-round, though replays confirmed the punch didn’t land flush on Plania.

Because the bout progressed, Aleem asserted himself, strolling Plania down. Plania tried to land one vital punch, however when he did land a proper hand, Aleem took the punch effectively.

Aleem continued to dominate rounds as Plania appeared like he was in survival mode. Plania appeared defeated going into the final couple of rounds. In the course of the tenth spherical, a proper hand to the pinnacle adopted by a left hook surprised Plania. Aleem adopted up, however Plania properly tied up. Aleem tried to drop Plania, however the bell sounded to finish the spherical. 

The Aleem-Plania combat was initially scheduled for June 18 on the undercard of Jermall Charlo-Maciej Sulecki combat, however the card was postponed after Charlo suffered an harm to his again throughout coaching camp.

Sunday marked one other win  for the 32-year-old, who’s initially from Muskegon, Michigan and now lives and trains in Las Vegas, Nevada. In his earlier bout on November 27, Aleem defeated Eduardo Baez of Mexico by majority resolution.

Plania, who resides in Normal Santos Metropolis within the Philippines, falls to 26-2, 13 KOs. His most important win was by majority resolution over Joshua Greer in June 2020. 

The Aleem-Plania combat aired on FS1 and happened previous to the heavyweight conflict between contender Andy Ruiz and Luis Ortiz. 

Francisco A. Salazar has written for The Ring since October 2013 and has lined boxing in Southern California and overseas since 2000. Francisco additionally covers boxing for the Ventura County (California) Star newspaper. He might be reached by electronic mail at [email protected] or on Twitter at FSalazarBoxing

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