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Vitor ‘The Phenom’ Belfort Overcomes ‘Jacare’ Souza in Gamebred Boxing 4 Finale

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Vitor Belfort had a really close fight but in the end, he was able to get a win at Gamebred Boxing 4 beating Ronaldo “Jacare” Souza in all three rounds.

At the start of the fight, it seemed as if Belfort was going to win quickly. He landed a lot of punches that kept Souza in trouble. He even managed to knock him down twice in the third round. It looked like the fight was over, but Souza found a way to keep getting back up on his feet.

After the fight concluded, it was quite evident that Belfort had been victorious. The judges gave their decision in his favor with three scores of 58-54, 58-54, and 57-55 respectively.

At the beginning, both Belfort and Souza were a bit hesitant to fight. Belfort kept on throwing overhand punches and uppercuts while trying to set up a powerful left-hand punch. Even though Souza was less experienced in boxing, he still put power in his shots even if they were only one punch at a time instead of combinations.

In round three, Belfort tried to throw his left hand again and this time it paid off. He threw a strong left hook at “Jacare” which hit him in the side of the head and knocked him down onto one knee.

Jacare tried to keep going, however Belfort was intent on ending the fight, throwing strong punches at his fellow Brazilian. With a powerful left-right combination, Souza went down but he managed to get up and make it until the end of the bell so that he could rest in his corner.

“Jacare” came back with a vengeance as the round restarted. Belfort had been using all the energy he could and was becoming slow, which allowed Souza to hit him many times. One of those punches even caused “The Phenom” to get a cut above his eye and blood started coming out.

Belfort was so tired that he still kept throwing punches at Souza as they boxed in close quarters. Sometimes it looked like Souza had been hit hard, but he would never give up and kept retaliating blow for blow with Belfort.

Towards the end of the match, Belfort hit Souza with some really strong punches. One of those pushes was an uppercut that could’ve led to a win, but surprisingly, Souza managed to take it. Once the bell went off, Belfort was exhausted but still very happy since he got another victory – which also happened to be his 46th birthday!

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