By Michael Pavitt

The Cuba Domadores have won all 20 of their fights this season ©WSBReigning World Series of Boxing (WSB) defending champions Cuba Domadores secured a fourth consecutive 5-0 win in this year's campaign, while the Russian Boxing Team thrashed the Mexico Guerreros at home in Samara.

The Cuba Domadores' boxers have proved unbeatable in the WSB this season and confirmed themselves as the team to beat in Havana against the China Dragons, getting off to an ideal start with flyweight Yosvany Veitia against Yong Chang winning all three rounds on the judges' scorecards.

Lazaro Alvarez and Arisnoidys Despaigne sealed the victory in their respective fights to ensure that the Cuba Domadores would take a fourth win in succession in Group A.

Julio Cesar la Cruz highlighted the Cuban boxer's domination after winning 50-43 on all three of the judges' scorecards and Lenier Eunice Pero Justiz ensured the unbeaten record continued, as he gave the Domadores 20 wins from 20 fights this season.

Their previous victory came over the Russian Boxing Team, but the Russians bounced back in their latest fixture against the Mexico Guerreos, as Vasilii Vetkin and Adlan Abdurashidov secured two narrow wins in the opening bouts of the night.

The Russian Boxing Team completed a whitewash of the Mexico Guerreros ©WSBThe Russian Boxing Team completed a whitewash of the Mexico Guerreros ©WSB

The Guerreros will feel unfortunate to have lost the tightly fought early encounters and the theme continued in the welterweight and light heavyweight divisions.

Radzhab Butaev and Pavel Silyagin gave the Russians victory on the night, while the whitewash was confirmed as Maxim Babanin had a walkover in the super heavyweight category.

The Russian Boxing Team will next be in action against the British Lionhearts on February 12, while the Mexico Guerreros face the daunting task of hosting the Cuba Domadores in Mexico City on February 14.

There is more action in the WSB tomorrow evening as Group B continues with the Puerto Rico Hurricanes hosting Caciques Venezuela, while the Rafako Hussars Poland and the Italia Thunder travel to face the Azerbaijan Baku Fires and the Argentina Condors respectively.

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