Johnny Determan – Manuel Galaviz
Determan crushes overmatched Galaviz in 3 rounds.
Bantamweight Johhny Determan drops and stops Manuel Galaviz with a straight right hand in the 3rd round of a scheduled 4 round bout
Slow start to round 1 as both fighters are looking to find their range. Determan is looking to counterpunch Galaviz. Determan is the bigger puncher of the two as he opens up with combinations.
Determan pumping the jab to open round 2. A straight right hand from Determan snaps the head of Galaviz. Determan is more relaxed in round 2 as his hometown fans cheer him on. Determan staggers Galaviz with a right hand to punctuate the round.
Determan is warmed up, putting together combinations. A 1-2 down the pipe flattens Galaviz, sending him crashing down to the canvas. Galavis is unable to continue. The Referee halts the bout at 1:48 of round 3
Determan improves to 9-0 while Galaviz drops to 7-15
Bernard Davis vs Bryan Timmons
Davis too skilled for Timmons
Nebraskan Bernard Davis stops Bryan Timmons with a straight right hand in the 2nd round of a scheduled 4 round bout
Davis catches Timmons with a counter left hook, staggering the St. Joseph native. Davis is a skilled counter puncher, catching Timmons with shots over his slow punches. Timmons has come to fight though.
A nice 1-2 from Davis snaps the head of Timmons. It’s all Davis in round 2 as he displays his overall better skills. A series of combinations prompts referee Tom Johnson to halt the bout at 2:05 of the second round.
Davis improves to 3-0 while Timmons drops 2-3
John Franklin vs. Andre Wilson
Competitive first hand as both fighters are evenly matched. Franklin is using his fast hands to dart in and out. Wilson, the bigger puncher of the 2, waits to catch Franklin along the ropes. Both fighters are standing and trading in spots bur Franklin is the busier fighter
Wilson I is pressing the action as Franklin using the ring. Wilson is throwing combination while Franklin looks to counter. A straight right from Franklin sends the mouthpiece of Wilson tumbling out of his mouth
Wilson is losing steam as Franklin dances circles around the ring, snapping his jab and straight right hand onto Wilson. Franklin is falling into a comfortable groove, picking and choosing his shots
Franklin is firing on all cylinders in round 4, drilling Wilson with a straight right hand. A counter left hook from Wilson staggers Wilson in the center of the ring. Franklins hand speed is proving to be too much for Wilson
Franklin is catching Wilson with a counter left hook at will, dazing his opponent with his fast hands. Wilson is stalking Franklin but ineffectively as Franklin stops him in his tracks with straight right hands. Franklin is shutting out Wilson on my card
Wilson looking to earn some respect in round 6 as tries to take the fight to Franklin. Franklin is in cruise control as he glides around the ring. Wilson earns the round on my scorecard
The judges score the bout 57-57, 60-54, and 58-56 for your winner by unanimous decision, John “Fast Handz” Franklin. Franklin improves to 9-0 while Wilson drops to 13-8-1.
Alex Saucedo vs Daniel Calzada
Saucedo cuts and dominates Calzada
Jr. Welterweight Alex Saucedo dominates a game but overmatched Daniel Calzada over six action packed rounds.
Both fighters meet in the center of the ring and exchange pleasantries, I don’t expect much boxing as both fighters are big punchers. Calzada catches Saucedo with a nice right hand upstairs and then down to the body. Saucedo counters with his own attack, drilling Calzada with big right hands
Saucedo putting together combinations in round 2, digging into Calzada. Both fighters are trading leather as Saucedo drops Calzada with right hook to the body. It’s an exciting round 2 as both fighters stand and trade combinations.
There is no quit in either fighter as they continue to meet in the center of the ring and trade leather. Saucedo’s punches are starting to slow Calzada down, a big right hand stops Calzada in his tracks. Saucedo is battering Calzada in the corner.
A big right over the top from Saucedo snaps the head of Calzada. Saucedo is a big puncher but Calzada continues to press forward as Saucedo drills him with overhand rights. Saucedo opens up a cut over the right eye of Calzada. What a fight, both fighters are putting on a warrior performance.
Saucedo continues to punish Calzada. Calzada shows no signs quitting though, showing tremendous heart and determination.
Both fighters leaving it all in the ring in the 6th and final round. Saucedo continues to drill Calzada with combinations. A straight right hand from Saucedo buckles Calzada and sends blood splattering through the air.
All three judges score the bout 60-53. Saucedo improves to 16-0 while Calzada drops to 10-12.
Michael Reed vs Oscar Valenzuela
Reed snoozes towards a victory over Valenzuela
Michael Reed unimpressive in his Jr. Welterweight bout with Oscar Valenzuela
The southpaw Reed is looking to work the body, pumping the straight left after a range finding jab. Slow round for both fighters but Reed wins it on my scorecard
Valenzuela is looking to land a right hook from the orthodox position. Reed decides to press the action, walking his opponent back towards the ropes. It’s a close competitive round but Valenzuela is the busier fighter
It’s a back and forth round t start the 3rd. Both fighters are trading spots to showcase their offensive prowess. Valenzuela continues to be the busier of the 2, hitting Reed with combinations. Reed is the better technical fighter but Valenzuela is winning on activity
Reed is opening up a little more in round 4, chasing his opponent down along the ropes. A nice straight left hand dents the chin of Valenzuela. Better round for Reed as his confidence grows.
Reed seems to have shaken off the cobwebs as he is in full attack mode. Valenzuela is in survivor mode now as looks to finish the fight on his feet. Reed is digging body shots onto his opponent.
Reed is opening up with his shots, sitting down on his punches. Valenzuela catches Reed with a nice right hook in the center of the ring. Reed responds with a nice straight left hand.
Reed continues to stalk Valenzuela but the action is slowing down. Reed continues to land a lead left hand as Valenzuela shows no head movement.
Valenzuela showing some life in round 7 but Reed is completely too much for him. Valenzuela is warned for a low blow. Valenzuela continues to go to the body after the warning. Valenzuela opening up to end the round.
2 judges score the bout 77-75, while the third judge scores the bout 79-76. Your winner by unanimous decision, Michael Reed. Reed improves to 12-0 while Valenzuela drops to 8-1-1
Zsolt Darayni vs Javier Rodriguez
Darayni humiliates Rodriguez
Cameron Dunkin managed Darayni impressive as stops Javier Rodriguez in the 4th round of a Jr. Middleweight bout.
Rodriguez is overmatched as Darayni skillfully embarrass him in the first round. Darayni drops Rodriguez with a beautifully placed uppercut. Rodriguez escapes round 1
Darayni continues to school Rodriguez, catching him at will. Darayni is skilled and shows the ability to throw punches from different angles, creating a mismatch in the ring. Another easy round to score for Darayni.
Same story in round 3 as Darayni continues to drill Rodriguez with a counter right uppercut. Rodriguez is taking a beating along the ropes as Darayni uses stellar footwork in finding ways to punish Rodriguez. Darayni is looking very impressive.
Darayni is looking to close the show in the 4th and final round. Darayni catches him clean with a right hand and drops him the corner. Rodriguez’s corner is looking closely at stopping the fight but continue to let him fight now. Moments after the knockdown, Darayni catches Rodriguez with another right hand prompting the ref to step in and stop the contest at 2:04 of round 4.
Darayni improves to 2-0 while Rodriguez drops to 1-5.