Sanchez Beats Borrego In a Barn Burner

Report & Photos: Damon Gonzalez

Plant City, Florida – Lightweight Julio “Macho” Solis (4-0, 4 KO) from Tampa, Florida. knockout streak continues after stopping Douglas Diggs, Jr. (0-1) from Washington, D.C. going right after him with hard hooks and shots to the body, Diggs, Jr. not responding quickly gets hit with big shots as referee Micheal De Jesus waves off the contest at the official time 2:13 seconds of round three by TKO victory for Solis.

Junior Welterweight Ivan Franco (7-0, 5 KO) from Tampa, Florida returned to the ring with a TKO fifth round stoppage at 1:20 mark destroying Jimmy Rosario with an explosive left hook body shot that dropped Rosario who remarkably got up from the canvas to receive more punishment from Franco as referee Massimo Montanini seen enough waves off the beating in the fifth round.

20 year old welterweight Jeovanny “El Rayo” Estela (3-0, 2 KO) from Orlando, Florida. crushes Jarrell Murray (0-1) from Davenport, Iowa. jumping right on him right from the opening bell hitting him with hard shots to the head and body ending his night at the 1:49 second mark of the opening stanza by hard KO victory.

Welterweight Alan Sanchez (21-5-1, 10 KO) from Fairfield, CA. was the spoiler tonight by pulling off a hard fought eight round split decision victory over very solid puncher Jose Miguel Aguascalientes, Mexico.

Borrego (18-3, 16 KO) from

Borrego was as tough as you can get as he sat down on his punches trading big shots against Sanchez.

Both fighters did good things in there pressing the action, Sanchez just a step ahead in the exchanges came through in a action packed fight that I had it a draw.

Lightweight Daniel Araujo Figueiredo (6-0, 3 KO) from Miramar, Florida. scores a six round unanimous decision victory over very tough customer Nelson Colon (4-5, 3 KO) from Cayey, P.R.

Figueiredo couldn’t take his time to execute his shots as Colon came right at him from the opening bell trading big shots in the center of the ring.

Figueiredo composed landed the harder punches catching Colon walking right into shots. The judges Tallis were 60-34, 58-56 (2x) for Figueiredo.

Lightweight sensation Jusiyah Shirley (1-0, 1 KO)

from Orlando, Florida. made his long awaited professional debut last night in Plant City, Florida. waiting no time mowing down Devon Grant (0-4) from Bronx, N.Y. catching him cleanly as Grant was fighting going backwards deciding to trade with Shirley gets caught with an explosive bomb that sends him down to the canvas as referee Massimo Montanini waves off the contest at the official time .23 seconds of round two by way of TKO victory for Shirley.

Middleweight Christopher Galeano (13-1, 4 KO) from Bronx, N.Y. ways of Plant City, Florida. returned to the ring last night in a dominant performance by stopping Thomas Turner (5-10, 4 KO) from Caldwell,ID. breaking him down ending his night with explosive shots to the body dropping him at the official time 3:39 seconds of round three by TKO stoppage.

Enrique “Kikin” Collazo (15-1-1, 10 KO) from San Juan, P.R. out-classes Tahlik Taylor from Durham, NH. scoring a six round unanimous decision victory win, Collazo controlled the tempo of the fight landing the sharper punches in the contest all three judges have the bout scored 60-54 in favor for Collazo.

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