Lopez, 25, caught up and made it back to his own corner because the round ended. Rather than developing for the third party, Lopez stayed on his own stool and the fight had been stopped. Lopez took some big shots at the 2nd, and it was unlikely that he could have been able to regain to produce it through the 3rd when heor even rsquo;d carry on fighting.

Garcia was getting hit with a great deal of shots from Lopez in the very first round. Lopez coming forwards looking to land his most very hard drives, and Garcia was backing straight up to the ropes together with his chin in the air, proving to be easy going to against. From the final minutes of their first round, Garcia unleashed a three-punch combination that had Lopez hurt.

From the 2nd round, Garcia used his left hand to maintain Lopez from becoming close. Garcia held his left arm out infront of him and used it to push Lopez. It’s a illegal move, but Garcia managed to use it during the second round despite being warned by referee Jack Reiss to stop holding his left arm out in front of him. It appeared to be Garcia didn’t even have the defensive knowledge to defend from Lopez’s attacks without using this particular approach of his own left arm out before him. From the final minutes of this round, Garcia unleashed an avalanche of shots which ended with Lopez hitting the deck. Garcia had hurt Lopez with a direct right initially, and then badly hurt him with a big uppercut to the head. Lopez got in to his feet shaky legs, and barely managed to get out of this round. Referee Jack Reiss might have stopped it, but he decided to let Lopez carry on fighting. The round ended at that point, and Lopez moved straight back to his corner.

After the struggle, Oscar De La Hoya and Bernard Hopkins of Golden Boy Promotions both spoke of Garcia fighting for a domain name so on at lightweight, however they didn’t even state who he’d be fighting. Unless the World Boxing Association has their own ‘regular’ lightweight name they’re going to put up for Garcia to struggle , there aren’t even some options because of him. Vasiliy Lomachenko holds the WBA and WBO lightweight straps, and then he ’s about to manage IBF champion Richard Commey right as his hands injury heels. The WBC name is held by Mikey Garcia, and #1 WBC Luke Campbell is awaiting to get a title taken . In case Mikey vacates the WBC belt, then it would be Campbell facing somebody just like Teofimo Lopez, who is looking hard to beat at the moment. Ryan Garcia needs more experience before he struggles to get a domain name, because he doesn’t even look near ready to take on any one of the top fighters at lightweight. Tonight’s opponent for Ryan, Jose Lopez, wasn’t anywhere near exactly the same talent level as the very best guys randomly. Lopez has recently been knocked out in the sixth round in his last struggle by Jonathan Oquendo.

Zorrilla, 25, pumped the 38-year-old Diaz down continue in the very first round. From the 2nd, Zorrilla fell Diaz for another period at the struggle. The struggle was subsequently stopped. The state period of the stoppage was at 2:59 of two. Diaz defeated Takahiro Ao by a 12 round decision. However, Diaz lost his WBC title to Takashi Miura by a ninth round knockout in 2013, and it’s been downhill ever since that time.

Eduardo ‘Rocky’ Hernandez vs. Ibrahim Class — RESULTs

In arguably the most talented of those fighters on the undercard, unbeaten super featherweight contender Eduardo “Rocky” Hernandez (28-0, 25 KOs) looked sensational in defeating Ibrahim Class (22-6, 10 KOs) by another round knockout in knocking him down into two, and dropping him an additional time. The struggle has been waived off after the second knock down. The state period of the stoppage has been at 1;5-8 of round two.

This was the 21-year-old Hernandez’s fight in the U.S, and he looked very impressive. Hernandez is roughly exactly the exact same era as the 20-year-old Ryan Garcia, however, he looks more complex than him and more capable of winning a domain in the future. However, GoldenBoy may possibly be making an error at positioning Eduardo Hernandez to battle World boxing Council super featherweight champion Miguel Berchelt, who is looking nearly unbeatable at age 28.

Berchelt isn’t even mature and vulnerable nonetheless. Golden-boy could be better off positioning Herandez to go after IBF champion Tevin Farmer, WBA ‘regular’ champion Andrew Cancio or WBO belt holder Masayuki Ito. Cancio, Farmer and Ito are the champions that are vulnerable at 130 right now. The inventors that Hernandez should slough off from is Berchelt along with WBA Super World champ Gervonta ‘Tank’ Davis. Those two really are solid fighters that aren’t going anywhere, not really against a fantastic young fighter like Eduardo ‘Rocky’ Hernandez. Golden-boy should look at matching Hernandez against Ryan Garcia, and then focusing on building the winner of the struggle to attempt to turn into a celebrity. The failure of this match would clearly be conquered by the other top fighters at super featherweight and lightweight. It’therefore obvious that Hernandez would wipe out the deck using Ryan Garcia, and it wouldn’t because he’s ’s just one years more than him. Hernandez is a much more well rounded fighter compared to Garcia, who appeared faulty tonight despite winning by another round knockout.

Aaron McKenna vs. Lorett Olivas — RESULTS

Unbeaten welterweight prospect Aaron McKenna (7-0, 4 KOs) defeated Lorett Olivas (3 1, 1 KOs) by a six round unanimous decision. McKenna knocked Olivas down in the very first round. The scores were 60-53, 60-53 along with 60-53. The scrawny, bone-thin 6’1& 1 Prime; McKenna hammered Olivas at-will with shots from every angle to the full six round struggle, bloodying him and easily winning. Just 1-9, McKenna, who comes out of Ireland, is probably going to fill out in the near future because he continues to rise.

Right now, McKenna is too thin to maintain against a sturdy welterweight. He’s must fill out more, and then progress in weight, which is where his problems will begin. Right now, McKenna has an advantage on the limited welterweights he’therefore being compared against by Golden Boy, however ’ll change once he moves up to 154 and 160, also faces guys which would be exactly the same height as him, but much more resilient. In case McKenna would like to get success, he’will need to decide to try and discover a means to remain at welterweight as long as he can.

Gonzalez, 25, knocked Guerrero down into round one. The 31-year-old Guerrero used his ability and experience to acquire some fine shots on Gonzalez to earn his honor to maintain him away from completing him ancient. However, Gonzalez’s youth, power and speed exhibited through, since he pumped Guerrero down at the fourth round. From the fifth, Gonzalez flurried around the shellshocked looking Guerrero util the referee Jerry Cantu stepped into halt the struggle. The state period of the stoppage was at 2:27 of round five. Gonzalez is another one that looks to have a fantastic future too. He looks more polished compared to Ryan Garcia also. It’therefore unclear why GoldenBoy isn’t even creating plenty of hype about him exactly the direction that they truly are with Garcia.

Antonio Orozco vs. Jose Rodriguez

Recently defeated former mild welterweight world title challenger Antonio Orozco (28-1, 17 KOs) defeated journeyman Jose Rodriguez (25-13-1, 13 KOs) by a 10 round unanimous decision. The scores were 97-93, 97-93, ” an 99-91. Boxing News 2 4 scored it to get Orozco by the score 99-91. He looked fantastic beating a man which has been utterly outside of his league at 32-year-old Rodriguez, who has been beaten before by Jose Pedraza,” David Emanuel Peralta, Mario Barrios, Sharif Bogere, along with Felix Verdejo. Rodriguez has been in with some great fighters before. Regrettably , he’s lost to all of them. Back in Orozco’s last fight, he had been conquered by WBC light welterweight champion Jose Carlos Ramirez by a 12 round unanimous decision last September at a onesided fight. Orozco might have made the struggle a simple one for him if he’d put his feet onto the accelerator, however he decided to struggle at exactly the same lazy way that he did against Jose Ramirez along with Humberto Soto, also he also looked poor at both of the conflicts. Orozco paces himself too much, and therefore he’s going to get problems when he fights the fighters in the light welterweight division. Tonight, Orozco wasn’t even fighting with one of the superior guys, therefore he commanded while fighting at a slow pace.

Angel ‘Tito’ Acosta vs. Ganigan Lopez — RESULTS

WBO light flyweight champion Angel ‘Tito’ Acosta (20-1, 20 KOs) successfully defended his WBO name in quitting challenger Ganigan Lopez (35-9, 19 KOs) by a round knockout. The hardhitting Acosta knocked the 38-year-old prior WBC light flyweight champion Lopez down in the eighth round to acquire the stoppage. The state period of the stoppage was at 1:55 of round eight. The triumph to get the 28-year-old Tito Acosta, who comes from Puerto Rico, had been his third defense of his WBC 108 belt, along with his fourth consecutive victory since losing to the talented Kosei Tanaka (13-0, seven KOs) by a 12 round unanimous decision in May 20 17. This loss for Acosta to Tanaka, 2-3, wasn’t even a fluke thing. Tanaka may be the actual bargain, and could probably conquer Acosta back if he awakened facing him an additional time.

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