WBO Jr Flyweight Champion Bomba Gonzalez Gears up for Iwata Nov.1 in Japan

Photo credits: Victor M. Planas

WBO Jr Flyweight Champion Bomba Gonzalez Gears up for Iwata Nov.1 in Japan 

Jonathan “Bomba” Gonzalez held a public workout in Sniper Boxing Club this Wednesday as he gets set to travel to Tokyo, Japan on Friday ahead of his 2nd WBO title defense which is set to take place Nov.1st in Saitama Super Arena against #2 ranked challenger Sokichi Iwata. The show also features a WBA/WBC Unification fight as Hiroto Kyoguchi faces Kenshiro Teraji in the evenings Main Event. 

“We feel great going into this match with Iwata. Our training camp has been 100% here in Puerto Rico and we are confident of a victory” Notes WBO Champion Jonathan Gonzalez “I feel no pressure going overseas to defend my title, it just motivates me more to bring the title back home with me” 

Traveling to Tokyo with Gonzalez is head trainer Luis Espada along with Strength & Conditioning coach Victor Maritnez, Assistant trainer and Father Luis Gonzalez and his Promoter Tuto Zabala Jr of All Star Boxing, Inc. 

“Bomba Gonzalez is in the best moment of his career” States President of All Star Boxing Tuto Zabala Jr “He is disciplined, very mature and has learned how to take care of his body in and out of the ring which has been a key to his success.” Zabala Closed “Iwata is a great prospect but Bomba is very motivated for this defense and we feel he has what it takes to defeat the young challenger.” 

Jonathan “Bomba” Gonzalez last appeared on June 24th as he defended his WBO title against Mark Anthony Barriga in front of sold-out crowd at Osceola Heritage Park in Kissimmee, FL. 

Bomba seeks to remain Puerto Rico’s only Male champion before the year ends. The winner of Gonzalez-Iwata and Kyoguchi-Kenshiro will most likely square off next year in what will be the first time in history all three belts in this division are contested.  

The fight card is set to air live on Amazon Prime(Japan) ESPN + (United States) & ESPN Knockout (All of Latam). Gonzalez-Iwata is bought to you by Teiken Promotions in assocation with All Star Boxing, Inc.


Orlando, Florida – In Saturday nights main event tonight at the Caribe Royal Orlando “Championship Boxing” Presented by BoxLab Promotions Kevin Hayler Brown becomes the WBA Fedecentro Super Lightweight Champion

as he makes a statement by finishing off Adriano Profirio Ramirez at 2:34 seconds of round six by an explosive KO finish.

In the co main event tonight at the Caribe Royal Orlando Super Welterweight Derrick “Dessel” Jackson scores

a eight round unanimous decision against Damian Ezequiel Bonelli

All three judges had it 73-79.

Super Middleweight puncher Jose Armando Resendiz (13-1, 9 KO’s) from Nayarit, Mexico kept the pressure right on Heber Rondon (20-2, 13 KO’s) from Buenos Aries, Argentina. Referee Gene Del Bianco waved off the contest as the blue corner wouldn’t come out for round three.

Cruiserweight Polish puncher Adrian Pinheiro (10-0, 9 KO’s) from Orlando, Florida. scores a six round unanimous decision win over Lamont Capers from Hawley, PA.

Judges official scores 59-55, 60-54, 60-55.

Welterweight Elijah Flores (4-0, 2 KO) from Redland, California. had no easy task battling last minute replacement Rashield Williams (6-2, 4 KO’s) from Nassau, BAH.

Clearly the best of Flores was displayed going toe to toe against Williams in a chess match that declared checkmate for Flores winning the split decision. Judges official scores 55-54, 58-56, 55-56.

Bantamweight Antonio Vargas (15-1, 7 KO’s) from Orlando, Florida. continues developing on course to being a complete fighter, and that he is, Vargas in a workmanlike performance broke down Jesus Martinez from Hollywood, Florida. who never came out the blue corner for round four, declaring Vargas the winner via TKO victory at the end of three.

Super Lightweight sensation Sean “Mr. Untouchable” Mason (11-0, 8 KO’s) from Altamonte Springs, Florida. ended Luis Valdez Peña from Tijuana, Mexico’s night at the official time 1:55 seconds of round two by TKO victory for Mason.

Peña was just standing in front getting hit with hard jabs to the body, Peña leaning in too much gets hit with a hard counter, Mason executing quickly gets Peña out of there in two.

Super Bantamweight “La Máquina” Ariel Perez De La Torre (9-1-1, 7 KO’s) from Camaguey, Cuba way of Miami, Florida. didn’t allow Facundo Eduardo Ased (9-6, 5 KO’s) from Buenos, Aires, Argentina. any room in the ring to breath, staying right on him hitting Ased with hard shots finishing him off at 1:40 seconds of the opening stanza by TKO victory for La Torre.

Welterweight Damian “The Punisher” Lascaille (1-0) from Cuba way of Miami, Florida. in his professional debut was outstanding by scoring a six round unanimous decision win over Ramon De La Cruz Sena from Corrientes, Argentina.

Judges official scores 60-54 (3x).

Welterweight puncher Darrius “The Hawk” Jackson (4-0, 4 KO’s) from Orlando, Florida. returns to the ring blasting John Brewer (3-6-1) from Jefferson, MO. with big power shots finishing him off at the 0:49 second mark of the opening round by TKO victory.

Two Missouri Middleweights Jamar Pemberton (2-0, 2 KO’s) from House Springs, MO. waisted no time jumping on Brad Ragan (1-2, 1 KO) from Kansas, MO. hitting him with explosive shots as the fight comes to an end at the official time 2:59 seconds of round two by TKO victory for Pemberton.

Light heavyweight Frankie Solomon (1-2-1) from Tampa, Florida. Scores a four round unanimous decision win over Jay Dabelus (0-1) from Lauderhill, Florida. Judges official scores 39-37, 39-38, 38-38.

Heavyweight puncher Lorenzo “El Assesino Gigante” Medina (3-0, 3 KO’s) from Hollywood, Florida. breaks down Michael “Smooth as Butter” Shaw from Hannibal, MO. hitting Shaw with heavy quick power shots, Shaw did not come out the blue corner for round two. Medina scores TKO at 2:59 of the opening round.

In the opening bout of the night Super Bantamweight Steven “The Finishing Touch” Ray, Jr. (2-0, 1 KO) from Lauderhill, Florida. gets rid of Dakota Laster from Hannibal, MO. ending his night at the official time 2:41 seconds of round two by way of TKO victory.

“Championship Boxing”

Presented by BoxLab Promotions, Warriors Promotions and GH3 Promotions

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Oct. 14 Seneca Fight Night Full Undercard

Photo credits: Damon Gonzalez for All Star Boxing

Niagara Falls, NY – Flyweight sensation WBA #8 Anthony “Princesa” Olascuaga(4-0 2 KO’s) will make his ring return on Friday, October 14th in Niagara Falls, NY as he defends his WBA Fedelatin flyweight title in a 10 round clash against south California rival Marco “Lobito” Sustaita(13-4-1 11 KO’s). The event will be televised live on ESPN Knockout starting at 9PM/EST and available throughout all of Latin America.

10 rounds WBA Fedelatin Flyweight Title
Anthony “Princesa” Olascuaga: 111.6
Marco “El Lobito” Sustaita: 111

6 Rounds Bantamweights
Mikiah Kreps: 118.4
Carmarie Matos: 118.8

6 Rounds Super Bantamweights
Alexander Castellano: 123.4
Miguel Ángel Carrizo: 122.2

4 Rounds Superfly Weights
Trinidad Vargas: 116
Jenn Gonzalez: 117

4 Rounds Super Featherweights
Daniel Dejesus: 129
Jean Carlos Sepulveda: 129.8

4 Rounds Jr Welterweights
Mike Vega: 140.2
Carlos Nuñez: 140

4 Rounds Lightweights
Gerffred Ngayot: 135

The Co-feature of the night is a battle of undefeated bantamweight prospects. “The Queen of Niagara Falls” Mikiah Kreps(3-0 2 KO’s) puts her perfect record on the line against Carmarie “Karma” Vargas(3-0 1 KO) of Mayaguez, Puerto Rico in a 6 round attraction.

Rising super bantamweight contender Alexander Castellano(8-1 2 KO’s) of nearby Tonawanda, NY will make his 3rd appearance on the Seneca Fight Night series as he faces Miguel Angel Carizzo(3-1 2 KO) of Buenos Aires, Argentina in a 6 round clash.

Super flyweight USA amateur standout Trinidad Vargas(1-0) of Carrolton, Texas is set to face 23-fight veteran Jenn Gonzalez of Santa Teresa, Nicaragua in a 4 round fight.

Rounding off the undercard, Daniel Dejesus(1-0) makes his comeback fight after a 3-year hiatus, he faces Jean Carlos Sepulveda(0-3-1) over 4 rounds. Niagara Falls native Michael Vega(1-0) squares off against Carlos Nunez(0-1-1). Gerffred Ngayot Bizzaro(5-1 4 KO’s) of Buffalo, NY returns in a 4 round lightweight bout.

Doors Open 6:30PM/EST First Bell 7:15PM/EST
Photo credits: Damon Gonzalez for All Star Boxing 📸

LARA MEETS SANMARTIN IN MEXICO CITY ON OCT 22‘Bronco’ back in hometown – Fierro meets Cuevas – Mati fights for first pro title

Mauricio Lara makes his return to action against Jose Sanmartin in Mexico City, Mexico on Saturday October 22, live worldwide on DAZN.

Lara (24-2-1 17 KOs) is back in the ring following a trademark show of heavy artillery in March when he landed the 17th KO of his career against Emilio Sanchez in San Diego, and ‘Bronco’ is circling the World champions at Featherweight following his stunning upset win over Josh Warrington in February 2021. The 24 year old is itching to pursue a third clash with the IBF king from Leeds after their rematch ended in a disappointing technical draw in September 2021, and Lara knows another big KO win would put his name on everyone’s lips as a ‘must-see’ challenger to Warrington and his fellow belt-holders at 126lbs.

Those fights are what Sanmartin (33-5-1 21 KOs) is looking to gain for himself, and the Colombian believes he’s already tested himself against the best in the division when he met Emanuel Navarrete back in June 2018. That was the last time the 25 year old tasted defeat and his seven fight winning streak includes victory in Mexico City where he outpointed David Carmona to pick up the WBA Fedecentro Super-Bantamweight title in August 2021.

“I still wish to become world champion, none of what has happened has stopped me from it,” said Lara. “It’s been two years since I last fought in Mexico City, and I am so excited to be back with my people. I want to give them an overwhelming win and to hope I get the promised World title opportunity.

“I am more than excited for this opportunity to face a great fighter like Mauricio Lara,” said Sanmartin. “I believe that I have fought the best fighter already at 126lbs which is Navarrete, so I have the experience to beat Lara come October 22. I want to thank my promoter Shane Shapiro and Sean Gibbons for this life changing opportunity. Viva Colombia!”

Angel Fierro leads the co-main event as he faces Jeremy Cuevas for the WBO NABO Lightweight title. Fierro (19-1-2 15 KOs) is sitting pretty at #4 in the WBO rankings and is looking to cement his place on the cusp of World title action against the Philly fighter. Fierro was held to a split draw in his last outing against Juan Carlos Burgos in San Diego, and the 24 year old will want to get back onto the three-fight KO streak where he picked up and defended the title he puts on the line for the second time.

For Cuevas (14-1 10 KOs), this is the chance he’s been waiting for in his career, and the 26 year old returned from a two year absence from the ring with a six round shutout victory in Philly in July, and the southpaw is ready to capitalize on his ‘dream’ shot.

“I feel very good, I am happy to return, very motivated, I have done a very good preparation,” said Fierro. “I have not stopped training since my last fight and I want to leave people with a good taste in their mouths after my last fight against Burgos, I was not very happy with the decision and I want to make it clear that I am a great fighter, that I am ready for the big leagues, for a championship, to be World champion and I am very happy to return.

“I feel a great commitment to myself to show after the Matchroom fight that I am ready for other things. I am very grateful to life for giving me another opportunity here and to return to the ring this year and I think I feel very confident because of the preparation that I have with Fernando Fernández, with David, with Erik ‘Terrible’ Morales, I am very happy about that, and I am just waiting the day to get back in the ring and put on a great show for the people”.

“And I also want to show that I am ready for a Gervonta Davis, a Ryan Garcia, a Lomachenko, a Pitbull Cruz, I am ready for whoever they say, and I want to show in this fight that I am ready for the great fighters. I bring another mentality, after sparring with Devin Haney, the 135-pound absolute champion for the fight against Kambosos, after that I realized that I am a great fighter, that I am ready for the big leagues, and I bring a different mentality.”

“I’m very excited for this opportunity,” said Cuevas. “I have a great team behind me, and I’ve been working extremely hard, waiting for this kind of moment. This is a dream come true for me and I can’t wait to show the world who I am.”

Reshat Mati is gunning for his first title as a pro and must see off Mexican opposition in Diego Sanchez Santiago to claim the WBC Silver Youth Super-Lightweight belt.

Mati (12-0 7 KOs) has impressed in his dozen dances in the paid ranks, ending seven of them inside the distance, and takes a big step up in Mexico as his first title fight also marks his first over the ten-round distance. ‘The Albanian Bear’ adds a fourth country to his list having boxed in the States, England, and Italy, and he’ll have to fight both the passionate Mexican fans and their man Santiago (19-2 16 KOs) will want the home support to roar him on to make it second time lucky in title fights, having fallen short for the WBC Youth strap in April 2019.

“I’m very excited about this opportunity to fight for my first title as a professional, and I’m going into hostile territory to do it,” said Mati. “Fighting a Mexican fighter in Mexico, I know the crowd will be against me and I know he’s going to be extra motivated fighting on his home turf, but these types of moments motivate me.

“I’ve been doing this since I was a little kid, it’s nothing I haven’t been through before. I’m ready for a tough fight, to represent my country and bring this title home. It’s Albanian Bear time.”

An announcement on the venue and ticket sales will be made soon.

Boxlab Promotions Presents: Championship Boxing October 15 in Orlando

Orlando, FL – Boxlab Promotions returns to the Caribe Royale with an exciting talent laden 14 fight card Saturday, October 15 in Orlando, FL.

Tickets from $40 are on sale now at Ticketmaster and will also be available on fight night Caribe Royale box office. Those unable to attend can watch the card on Fite.Tv.

Headlining is a ten round contest between Kevin Hayler Brown and Adriano Ramirez for the WBA Fedecentro junior welterweight championship.

Fighting out of Las Vegas by way of Cuba, Brown turned pro in August and demolished former world champion Jose Alfaro in two rounds. The 28-year-old’s aggressive style and willingness to face quality opposition from the get-go earned him recognition among fans as a fighter to keep an eye on.

Living and fighting out of Jarabacoa, Dominican Republic, Ramirez is 12-4 with 7 wins by knockout. He’s riding a two fight win streak and is confident he’ll make it three in a row against Brown.

Orlando native Derrick “Diesel” Jackson faces his toughest foe to date when he meets heavy-handed Damian “El Pollero” Bonelli of Buenos Aires, Argentina in a junior middleweight matchup. The 20-year-old Jackson is a perfect 9-0 with 5 knockouts. In his first fight under new trainer Herman Caicedo, Jackson stopped Marklin Bailey in August and will fight in his first eight rounder against Bonelli. 

Known for his conditioning and iron chin, Bonelli’s 24-11 with 20 KO’s. He’s faced many top fighters including Maciej Sulecki, Carlos Gongora, Magomed Kurbanov, Fidor Czerkaszyn and Yamaguchi Falcao. On December 4, 2020, Bonelli scored a career best victory by decisioning 23-0 Derrieck Cuevas.

Middleweights Jose Armando Resendiz of Nayarit, Mexico and Venezuela’s Heber Rondon meet an in intriguing eight rounder. A combined 32-2 with 21 knockouts, the Resendiz-Rondon winner could land a significant fight in the near future.

Knockout artist Adrian “Pretty Boy” Pinheiro faces battle-tested Lamont “Too Smooth” Capers in a six round cruiserweight contest. Born and raised in Poland but now residing in Orlando, Pinheiro’s 9-0 with every win coming by knockout A native Hawley, PA by way of Brooklyn, NY, Capers faced tremendous opposition during his 33 fight career. He’s challenged 10 undefeated opponents, heavyweight contenders Chazz Witherspoon and Jerry Forrest along with former cruiserweight champion Imamu Mayfield.

2016 US Olympian Antonio Vargas of Kissimmee, FL battles Chile’s Juan Pablo Meza in a six round bantamweight tilt. At 14-1 with 7 KO’s, Vargas looks for a third straight knockout since ending a 2 ½ year hiatus in July.

Highly-touted Cuban welterweight Damian Lascialle makes his pro debut against 60 fight veteran Ramon “El Correntino” Sena of Argentina. Led by head trainer Joe Goosen,Lascialle had a successful amateur career, competing in the AIBAand Cuban National Championshiptournaments. A 14 year pro, Sena’s fought prospects and contenders from all four corners of the globe.

Lascialle-Sena is scheduled for six rounds.

Sean Mason, Ariel Perez De La Torre, Darrius Jackson, Elijah Flores, Jamar Pemberton, Jay Dabelus and Steven Ray Jr. are all scheduled to fight on the undercard.

“The Caribe Royale will once again showcase many of boxing’s future stars.” Said Amaury Piedra of Boxlab Promotions. “We’ve got 14 fights featuring boxers from all over the world. With a victory in only his second pro fight, Kevin Hayler Brown could earn a world ranking on the fast track to a world title. From top to bottom, fight fans are in for a great evening of boxing on October 15.

Doors open at 5 pm and the first fight is scheduled for 6.

A four diamond resort, the Caribe Royale is a 1,388 room resort that provides a luxurious and relaxing experience for guests of all ages. Amenities include a spa, five restaurants, kid’s splashpad and playground, a two-story fitness center and a large outdoor pool featuring a 75 foot waterslide. Fully re-imagined and renovated with over $127m in improvements and expansion Caribe Royale is the premier all suite hotel in Orlando.

Canelo-GGG Ready For WAR ⚖️


@GGGBoxing: 167.8 lbs

@Canelo: 167.4 lbs

👑 The Undisputed Super-Middleweight Championship

Canelo vs. GGG 3 Weigh-In:

Both fighters made weight and had their final and long staredown at the official weigh-in this afternoon outside the T-Mobile Arena.

Canelo weighed 167.4lb and GGG came in at 167.8lb. (168lb limit)

Jesse “Bam” Rodriguez 114.8 vs. Israel Gonzalez 114.6
(WBC super flyweight title)

Gabriel Rosado 167.6 vs. Ali Akhmedov 167.8

Austin Williams 160 vs. Kieron Conway 159.2

Diego Pacheco 167 vs. Enrique Collazo 167.8

Marc Castro 134.4 vs. Kevin Montiel Mendoza 135.2

Aaron Aponte 139.8 vs. Fernando Molina 140

Anthony Herrera 114.8 vs. Delvin McKinley 116


Photo credits: Ed Mulholland/Matchroom


Montreal, Canada – Heavyweight boxing takes center stage in Montreal, Canada on Friday, September 16, when CARLOS TAKAM (Henderson, NV, 39-6-1 28KO’s) challenges six-time defending NABF Heavyweight Champion, undefeated ARSLANBEK “LION” MAKHMUDOV (Montreal, Canada by way of Russia, 14-0 14KO’s) at the Montreal Casino (Casino de Montréal) for the NABF and vacant NABA Heavyweight Titles.

Takam enters the 10-round main event seeking his 40th career victory as he returns to Montreal for the second time in his career. In 2014, Takam fought undefeated WBC Silver Heavyweight Champion, Mike Perez (then 20-0 12KO’s) to a controversial majority draw, with one judge giving Takam the fight.  Takam’s resume speaks for itself, and includes former unified heavyweight World Champion, Anthony Joshua, current #15 world rated (WBC) Dereck Chisora, current #2 (WBO), #3 (WBC), #6 (IBF) and #11 (WBA) world rated Joseph Parker, former world champion Alexander Povetkin and former world title challengers, Tony Thompson, Michael Grant and Frans Botha. Most recently in July of 2021, Takam traveled to the UK to face hometown favorite,, former Olympian, and current #1 (WBO), #2 (WBC), #5 (IBF), #8 (The Ring) world rated, Joe Joyce (12-0 12KO’s).  Takam gave Joyce all he could handle before an extremely controversial 6th round stoppage. At the time of the stoppage Takam was winning on all three judges’ scorecards. Takam is a former world title contender, IBF Inter-Continental, WBC Silver and WBF World Champion, who is set to take on the heavy-handed Makhmudov, hoping to prove he has enough left in the tank to position himself for one more heavyweight world championship challenge. 

Takam had this to say about the fight: “I’m excited about the opportunity to fight in Montreal once again.  Canada is great to visit, and the fans know their boxing. I’m healthy, in shape and ready to give my fans around the world what they have been asking for.  It’s time to get back in action and achieve my goals.”

Makhmudov stands at a staggering 6’5”, typically weighing in north of 260 lbs., has never gone beyond the 7th round of a fight, knocking out all of those that have attempted to challenge him. Makhmudov looks to defend his NABF title for the seventh straight time. Makhmudov who’s most recent victory was over Mariusz Wach by 6th round KO, endeavors to level up once again by adding a name with the merit and experience of Carlos Takam to his resume. 

“Carlos is a true veteran and is always willing to push himself to fight the best,” said Star Boxing CEO, JOE DEGUARDIA. “Whether its world champions like Anthony Joshua on eight days’ notice, top contenders like Joe Joyce in Joyce’s backyard in the UK, or now, a powerful rising prospect in Makhmudov, Takam always seeks the biggest fights and puts on entertaining performances for the fans. We expect the same thing come September 16.”

Makhmudov-Takam is promoted by Eye of the Tiger Management and Joe DeGuardia’s Star Boxing.


Photo credits: Lina Baker

Las Vegas, NV: This past weekend in Las Vegas,Nevada Boxing Hall of Fame celebrated its 10th Annual Induction Weekend at the beautiful Resorts World Las Vegas. Due to the pandemic, The Nevada Boxing Hall Of Fame honored Class of 2020, Class of 2021 and Class of 2022 all in one espectacular TRILOGY weekend. Events were SOLD OUT for all activities which started Friday afternoon with a Meet & Greet with Champions, followed by a VIP Cocktail Partywith inductees and guest Champions. Saturday morning was kicked off with the 4th Annual WBC NVBHOF Green Belt Challenge with over twenty bouts and many Boxers anxious to showcase their Boxing skills in front of the Boxing Legends. The winner for Outstanding Female Boxer was Margarita Sierra of Houston, TX and Outstanding Male Boxer, Dylan Capetillo of Las Vegas, NV.

Immediately following the Green Belt Challenge the red carpet was rolled out and ready for the Champions attending the 10th Annual Nevada Boxing Hall Of Fame Gala Induction Dinner. There was no empty seat in the house as inductees started arriving to the beautiful Rose Ballroom of the Resorts World Las Vegas. Inductees were as follows:


Nevada Resident Boxers
Clarence “Bones” Adams
Fernando “El Feroz” Vargas

Non-Nevada Resident Boxers
Jose Luis Castillo
Miguel Cotto
Mark “Too Sharp” Johnson
Danny Lopez
Azumah “The Professor” Nelson
James “Lights Out” Toney
Andre “S.O.G” Ward

Non-Boxer Inductees
Lorenzo Fertitta
Sammy Macias
Carlos Padilla
Jose Sulaiman


Floyd Mayweather Jr.

Roy Jones Jr.


Kennedy McKinney

Vince Phillips

Iran Barkley

Ray Mercer

Michael Nunn

Israel Vazquez

Mia St. John

Gary Shaw

Jerry Izenberg

Hector Camacho

Bob Foster

Congratulations to Nevada Boxing Hall Of Fame Founder, Rich Morotta and President, Michelle Corrales-Lewis on hosting an extremely successful TRILOGY weekend at Resorts World Las Vegas. It was definitely an event no Boxing Fan ever wants to miss, definitely the Grammy’s of Boxing!


ZINACANTEPEC, MEXICO – Last night, Hytan Ramos(11-5-2 & 3 KO’s) was technically knocked out at 52 seconds in the 10th round by Ernesto Salcedo (13-2 & 10 KO’s) in a 10-Round Super Bantamweight Fight. Salcedo took home the Fecarbox Silver WBC Title on EstrellaTV’s Boxeo EstrellaTV. The series occurs on the last Friday of every month, and last night, the fights were broadcast from Zinacantepec, Mexico.

A solid strategy and the tactical discipline of Ernesto Salcedo’s team were the keys to victory for a young man, who dominated most of the rounds, and was able to win by knockout in the final moments of the fight, taking revenge on what happened a year before.

Salcedo’s fight style – hitting, moving, and attacking from different angles – were a fighting style that Ramos could not decipher. Ramos was left at the mercy of Salcedo’s punishment, crushing Ramos little by little. Salcedo was successful in the first cut of cards, with an advantage of 37-39, 37-39, and 37-39 from the three judges.

Ramos forced the exchange of blows at shortstop; however, Salcedo attacked and came out with lateral steps, leaving many of his Ramos’ blows in the air, and with his guard down, to attack and continue scoring points.

Salcedo’s camp stuck to the fight plan and only gave their fighter instructions and words of encouragement so that Salcedo would remain calm and continue with what he worked on in the gym – taking advantage of Ramos’ mistakes to attack with overhands and hooks to the body.

The second entries generated greater despair in Ramos, seeing that they lost 73-79, 73-78, and 75-77, all in favor of Salcedo.

Visibly tired, Ramos gave it his all in the later rounds. Salcedo fired him up with a flurry of punches in his own corner but had to be rescued by referee Rafael Saldaña, ending the fight in the 10th round.

In the co-main event, Ricardo Tellez González from the State of Mexico was unable to defeat a brave Eduardo “Choco” Cortés from Puebla, who took the win by unanimous decision, 73-78, 74-78 and 75-76, in an 8-round lightweight fight.  

Jahaziel Ramos from Mexico City defeated Larry Serrano from the United States, by split decision, 39-37, 37-39, and 39-37, in a 6-round lightweight fight.

Bryan Becerril from the State of Mexico was caught off guard by a vicious left hook from Abraham “Gallo” Arreola of Mexico City, who earned the TKO victory at 23 seconds in the first round in a 4-round super bantamweight fight.

David “Chivo” Gutiérrez from the State of Mexico and Kennedy Serrano from the United States gave it their all; however, the judges gave a majority draw, 38-38, 37-39, and 38-38, in a 4-round welterweight fight. 

Hector “Sepulturero” Munguia from Mexico City and Fernando Job Chichia from the State of Mexico put on an exciting fight but could not break the majority tie, 38-38, 40-36, and 38-37, in a 4 -round featherweight bout.

Boxeo EstrellaTV is a monthly boxing fight night on U.S. broadcast and multiplatform Spanish-language network EstrellaTV. Featuring the best in Mexican and Latin American boxing, it airs on the last Friday night of every month (except December) through the end of 2022. It can be viewed on the EstrellaTV network, carried by most cable and satellite providers and digital streaming platforms, and streaming on multiple platforms, including the EstrellaTV app on Roku, Android, and iOS devices, and Fire TV. The series is produced by Producciones Deportivas and directed by Ricardo Maldonado Jr.

The remaining Friday fight nights for 2022 include September 30, October 28, November 25, and December 16.

Top Rank Weights From Tulsa

Jose Pedraza 139.8 vs. Richard Commey 138.8

(Junior Welterweight — 10 Rounds)

•   Jared Anderson 241.4 lbs vs. Miljan Rovcanin 230.6 lbs 

(Heavyweight — 8 Rounds)

•   Richard Torrez Jr. 225.4 lbs vs. Marco Antonio

Canedo 215.8 lbs 

(Heavyweight — 6 Rounds)

(ESPN+, 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT)

   •   Tiger Johnson 141.8 lbs vs. Harry Gigliotti 140.6 lbs

 (Junior Welterweight — 6 Rounds)

   •  Efe Ajagba 232.2 lbs vs. Jozsef Darmos 239.2 lbs

 (Heavyweight — 8 Rounds)

   •   Jeremiah Milton 245.6 lbs vs. Nick Jones 217.2 lbs

 (Heavyweight — 6 Rounds)

•  Kelvin Davis 141 lbs vs. Sebastian Gabriel

Chaves 142.6 lbs

 (Junior Welterweight — 6 Rounds)

•  Frevian Gonzalez 135.8 lbs vs. Gerardo Esquivel 135.6 lbs

 (Lightweight— 6 Rounds)

•  Abdullah Mason 135.2 lbs vs. Angel Rebollar 133.6 lbs

 (Lightweight— 4 Rounds)

•  Dante Benjamin Jr. 174.2 lbs vs. Leandro Silva 175 lbs

 (Light Heavyweight — 4 Rounds)

Tulsa Time: Jose Pedraza & Richard Commey Motivated to Shine in Saturday’s Junior Welterweight Main Event.

Televised tripleheader will air SATURDAY (10:30 p.m. ET/7:30 p.m. PT) at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa.

Photo credits: Mikey Williams/ Top Rank-Getty Images 📸

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