Former two-division winner Danny “Swift” Garcia (35-2, 21 KOs) dropped Adrian Granados (20-7-2, 14 KOs) 3 x before stopping him round seven Saturday night at a welterweight showdown that headlined Boxing Champions on FOX and FOX Deportes from Dignity Health Sports Park at Carson, California.
Garcia got his offense started first, throwing a left hook counter that dropped Granados from the struggle and deflecting a right hand from Granados in around two. Granados strove to change the wave continued to push, but an right at the finish of a market by Garcia sent Granados down.
“It felt landing that big left hook,” said Garcia. “I was pleased with my performance. I thought I did a wonderful job tonight. ”
“He was very sharp said Granados. “That’therefore where he was catching me. I understood ’therefore that which I had in order to avert. But the toughness in me is obviously prepared to go. I had been willing to participate. ”
“He also desired to get closer and also make it a dogfight. But I surprised him once I banged to the body stood . I started making him miss and ’s once I stopped him. ”
In around seven, Garcia gained 48 percent of his power punches based on CompuBox, and after leaning him a few times, unleashed a flurry while Granados was that referee Thomas Taylor to avoid the bout.
“He also caught me but I truly thought I was fine,” said Granados. “I believe the referee was only just a little overprotective. I had a plan to go the entire fight and me stopped . I was catching him. I was looking to modify the fight and dangerous. The referee had to complete his job and it is understood by me. ”
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Ruiz flashed the hand rate that has defined his career, landing combinations to the mind and body of their Dimitrenko. Dimitrenko was stalked by ruiz, picking his spots and controlling the center of the ring.
“He started reducing and I could see the face. “I simply stayed disciplined and focused. I couldn’t get overly stressed. Before tree fell down, I just wanted to break down him again. ”
“We functioned slipping his right hand and finding its way back with my own, personal,” said Ruizsaid “I missed but I stayed busy. I focused on getting the occupation. ”
After the round, and also on the advice so corner, referee Ray Corona stopped the bout before around six could commence. Ruiz was comfortably ahead on all three scorecards and put his sights on another high heavyweight competition for his opponent that is next.
The opening bout on FOX saw unbeaten top competition Brandon “heart-breaker ” Figueroa (19-0, 14 KOs) earn the Interim WBA Super Bantamweight name by stopping Yonfrez Parejo (22-4-1, 11 KOs) after eight rounds of action. Parejo did not answer the bell for around nine, forcing while Parejo was at the corner, the bout to stop.
The 22-year-old Figueroa used his trademark pressure and frequently, walking effective shots Parejo landed at the early rounds to establish his place. Parejo had triumph landing while Figueroa was subjected on the inside hooks, but was unable to get around specially the human body shots that led to the end of the struggle, the return .
“He also threw lots of shots and I felt my legs move at the end of the final round,” said Parejo. ”He’s strong but sometimes flat footed and I tried to take advantage of this. He was overly strong tonight. ”
After the card FOX, PBC Fight Nighttime Extra on FS1 and FOX Deportes was headlined by Jeison Rosario (19-1-1, 13 KOs) winning a Split Decision over Jorge Cota (28-3, 25 KOs) by scores of 97-93 to get Cota and 96-94 and 97-93 to get Rosario at a 10-round super welterweight bout
The fs-1 portion kicked off by highly-touted potential Rolando “Rollie” Romero (9-0, 8 KOs) knocking out Andres Figueroa (9 5, 5 KOs) 1:27 into around four of the lightweight struggle. Rising unbeaten and 2016 U.S. Olympian Karlos Balderas (8-0, 7 KOs) stayed perfect by stopping Luis might (21-14-1, 8 KOs) at 1:07 of around four in their lightweight coNFLict and also superlightweight potential Omar Juarez (3-0, 1 KO)made a unanimous decision by scores of 40-36 twice and 39-37 after four rounds against Dwayne Bonds (321, 1 KO).