REPORT: American boxer wearing border-wall shorts fights Mexican fighter (VIDEO)

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American boxer Rod Salka may have been making a political statement or just taking an early jab at Mexican boxer Francisco Vargas when he entered the ring Thursday in red-white-and-blue trunks featuring a brick-wall pattern that read “America 1st” across the belt.

Either way, Salka’s antics fell short.

It is important to note that the article goes on to state the following:

Vargas pummeled Salka for six rounds before the American boxer quit on his stool.

Rob Salka (American-L) battled Francisco Vargas (Mexican-R)

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