In the opening bout of the evening Mexican featherweight Erick Arreola has earned his first professional victory with the majority four round decision over another Mexican veteran, Missael Nunez (4-9-2,1KO). After four tough competitive rounds, judges scored the fight in favor of Arreola: 38-38 and 40-36 twice.
Undefeated light welterweight prospect from Henderson, Nevada, Sharif Bogere (17-0,11KO’S) who entered the ring wearing a lions costume, acted like a king of the jungle inside the squared circle destroying Mexican veteran, Julian Rodriguez( 17-20-4,11KO’S) within two rounds. Left hook to the chin dropped Rodriguez at 1:43 of the second stanza. Referee Raul Caiz Jr. ended the night without a count.
Unbeaten junior middleweight from Largo, Florida Keith Thurman (14-0,13KO) continued his winning ways with a third round destruction of Portland’s Quandray Robertson (15-10,10KO). Thurman controlled the action throughout and when he dropped Robertson in the third, Referee Pat Russell waved off the contest a at 2:40 mark without a count.
In an exciting six round light welterweight fight Ricardo Calzada(2-3,1KO) from Las Vegas, Nevada extended exciting East Los Angeles prospect Frankie “The pit Bull “Gomez(6-0,6KO’S) to three rounds. No matter what came his way Las Vegas fighter kept pressing forward and trying to land body shots turning an aggressive bull Gomez into a matador? And just when it looked like Calzada would be able to take all the punches and keep coming forward, Gomez unloaded a crisp combination that deposited him on the canvas. Brave Calzada got up but was met with a torrent of punches that prompted commission member to jump up and tried to stop the fight, but before that happened Gomez dropped his adversary again for good. The official time of the stoppage was 1:06 of the third stanza.