Via Ken Hissner: At Toyota Arena, Ontario, California, Saturday against DAZN in the Main Event, former WBO world lightweight champion Gilberto “Zurdo” Ramirez stopped IBO world heavyweight champion Dominic Boesel for four rounds.
Former WBO Lightweight World Champion knocks out WBA World No 2 Gilberto “Zurdo” Ramirez, 44-0 (30), #174.8, of Mazatlan, Sinaloa, MEX, stopping the IBO world lightweight champion and 1st place WBA 1st place Dominic Boesel, 32-3 (12), #174.2, of Freyburg, Saxony-Anhalt, GER, if there are 12 scheduled innings in the WBA Eliminator at 1:33 of the fourth round.
In the second half, Ramirez kept Boesel pinned in a corner for the entire period. Ramirez knocked Boesel down with body shots into the far corner, leaving him to be waved off by referee Thomas Taylor in the fourth inning.
In this co-feature, Continental Americas WBA Lightweight Champion William “Camaron” Zepeda, 26-0 (23), #134.4, of San Mateo Atenco, MEX, in a fight defeated the former WBA champion Super Bantam World Rene “Gemlo” Alvarado, 32-12 (21), #134.6, of Managua, NIC, over ten rounds.
In the second round, a fight broke out as both of them let their fists fly, the stronger Zepeda and the more precise Alvarado was. Alvarado seemed to land more in an action-packed fourth round. In the fifth round, Alvarado’s face began to swell under his eyes.
Midway through the seventh round, Zepeda rocked Alvarado with a right hook to the chin, nearly knocking him out. In the eighth round, Zepeda had a bleeding mouth but couldn’t handle it better. Zepeda was slightly more than Alvarado in a great teamfight in the tenth and final round. The referee is Robert Hoyle.
The scores are 98-92, 97-93 and 96-94, as are these writers.
Featherweight Featherweight Katsuma “El Cuete” Akitsugi, 10-0 (1), # ?, of Japan and Hollywood, CA, won by technical decision against Jose “El Torito” Gonzalez, 23-9-1 ( 14), #125.8, of Guadalajara, Jalisco, MEX, at 0:01 of the 10th scheduled date.
In the first two rounds, Akitsugi had his way. There was an early clash in the third round, and Gonzalez had his left eyebrow cut. Referee Robert Hoyle ruled the cut due to head impact.
Featherweight Japthhelee Llamido, 6-0 (2), # ?, of Norwalk, CA, Edgar Figueroa, 4-2-1 (2), # ?, of Palm Beach, FL, six rounds.
Flyweight superman John “Scrappy” Ramirez, 10-0 (8), #114, of LA, CA., blocks Jay “Nito” Salvatierra, 8-2 (4), #114, of Los Cabos, Baja CA, MEX , at 2:25 of the first round, for the NABA Super Fly title to be vacated.
In the last minute of the first round, a direct hit to Ramirez’s chin sent Salvatierra out of the ring.