Via Ken Hissner: At Fantasy Springs casino, in Indio, California, on Thursday, before DAZN Oscar De La Hoya (Golden Boy Promotion) during the Main Event introduced the ultralightweight undefeated Jouse “Tito” Gonzalez of Covina, California to stop Jose Angulo Ecuador in the third round.
In the Superlightweight Main Event Jouse “Tito” Gonzalez, 13-0-1 (12), #136½, of Covina, CA, compartment Jose Angulo, 14-3(7), #136, of Guayaquil, ECU , at 2:29 of the third of the eight scheduled innings.
In the first two rounds, neither boxer had an advantage over the aggressor Gonzalez. In the third inning, a ball to the body from Gonzalez and below caused Angulo to spit out his mouth to take the full score from Referee Edward Hernandez Sr.
In the men’s bantamweight match Manuel “El Meny” Flores, 13-0 (10), #119 ¾, of Coachella, CA, stopped Daniel Colula Moncada, 15-7-2 (5), #119 ¾, of Mexico City, MEX, at 1:35 of the third of eight scheduled rounds.
In the first two innings, Southpaw Flores used an effective jab to hurl straight forward to Moncada, who occasionally managed to land the lead to the chin. In the third inning, a right kick, followed by a solid left kick to the chin from Flores and down left Moncada on his back as referee Ray Armendariz counted the numbers.
Men’s Olympiad Elnur Abduraimov, 10-0 (9), #129, of Gazalkent, UZB and Indio, CA, knocks out Leonel “Principe” Moreno, 11-2-1 (9), #135¾, of Guadalajara, MEX , at 1:14 of the first of 10 scheduled rounds, for the IBF North American Super Featherweight title to be vacated.
In the first round, Abdurminov stalked the stab until he went left and knocked Moreno out because Referee Edward Hernandez, Sr.
Men’s Flyweight Gabriela Fundora, 8-0-1nc (4), #111 ¾, of Coachella, CA, easily defeated Lucia “Marvilla La Policia” Nunez, 7-13 (0), #109, of Mexico City, MEX, more than 8×2 rounds.
In the first three rounds, the taller Fundora dominated the entire round as Nunez was up against the wire for most of the time Nunez suffered from swollen left eye towards the end of the second half. From the fourth to the sixth round, Fundora continued to dominate the more intrepid Nunez.
In the seventh inning, Fundora sucked Nunez’s nose as she narrowly missed a corner in stoppage time going on to win every round. In the eighth and final round, Fundora tried to find a failed attempt as Nunez kept moving and tied her up. The referee is Ray Armendariz.
The score is 80-72 as well as this writer.
Superweight Welterweight Eric Tudor, 5-0 (4), #156 ¾, of Ft. Lauderdale, FL, stopped Edgar “Camello” Valenzuela, 7-1 (6), #156 ½, of Agua Prieta, Sonora, MEX, at 2:04 of the second of the six scheduled innings.
In the first round, Tudor was the aggressor who opened the dominant half of the round until half a minute remained when a punch from Valenzuela to the chin stunned Tudor.
In the second inning, with over a minute of body entry from Tudor to the ear dropped Valenzuela for a count of 8 from Referee Edward Hernandez, Sister with one minute remaining a right from Tudor into the body again dropped Valenzuela for the count. on the knee.
Super Flyweight nampaw Jasmine “The Animal” Artiga, 9-0-1 (5), #114 ½, of Tampa, FL, took a split decisive win over Amy “La Picosita” Salinas, 4-2 (0) , #114 ¾ , by Las Cruces, NM, on 6 × 2 loops.
In the first three innings after 17 months of inactivity, Artiga moved very well around the ring with Salinas after finishing the innings well.
In the fourth round, the action begins with Salinas taking her first round. In the 5th round, Artiga dominated, but Salinas always had a stronger shot to try to steal the half. In the sixth and final half, both let it happen with Salinas having the advantage at the end. The referee is Ray Armendariz.
The scores are 60-54 Artiga, 58-56 Salinas and 58-56 for Artiga as well as this writer.
Broadcaster Jerimiah Gallegos