Campeche, Mexico– Former world champion, Jhonny Perez (45-7, 39 KOs), continued his five fight winning streak by stopping Colombian, Aristides Perez (17-3, 10 KOs) in the second round of their scheduled twelve.
Gonzalez looked well-prepared and was using his legs throughout the short-lived bout, connecting with a sharp jab and straight right hand.
Perez had a point deducted from him in the beginning of the second for hitting behind the head on a break.
Shortly after, Gonzalez dropped his rival with a perfectly-timed combination. Perez beat the count, but the fight was stopped seconds later when Gonzalez trapped him against the ropes and was issuing a beating.
On the same card, Oscar Ibarra (23-4, 15 KOs) stopped Panama’s Carlos Melo (19-11-1, 2 KOs) for the WBC’s vacant silver belt in the super flyweight division.
Melo was never really in the bout.
Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico — In a bout for the vacant WBO jr. flyweight title, Mexico’s, Ramon Garcia (13-1-1, 8 KOs) outpointed talented 20-year old Filipino, Johnriel Casimero (14-1, 8 KOs) in a close split decision contest.
Casimero took an early advantage, but began to fall behind as Garcia picked up the pace and started imposing himself in the contest. Both fighters were swinging for the fences throughout, but Garcia was more accurate.
The judges scores were 115-113 (twice) for Garcia and 115-113 for Casimero. The Boxing Tribune had it scored 116-112 for Garcia.
On the undercard, Omar Chavez (23-0-1, 15 KOs) beat the stuffing out of a pudgy, well-overmatched Miguel Angel Galindo (16-25-2, 9 KOs) en route to a second round stoppage. Galindo was down once in the first and twice in the second.