Luis Ramos scored an eighth round stoppage over Noe Bolanos in round eight of a scheduled ten round Jr. Welterweight bout at the Hanger at Orange County Fairgrounds in Costa Mesa, California.
It was a action filled fight with both guys landing some solid shots. Ramos was getting the better of the action in the eighth round, Ramos started pounding Bolanos on the ropes. When the action continued, Ramos landed several hard shots and referee Raul Caiz Sr. stopped the bout at 1:04 of round eight.
Ramos, 139 1/2 lbs of Santa Ana, CA is now 23-0 with ten knockouts. Bolanos, 141 1/2 lbs of Obregan, MX is now 24-7-1.
Former Olympic Bronze medal winner Deontay Wilder kept his knockout streak in tact when he took out Damon McCreary in round two of a scheduled ten round Heavyweight bout.
Wilder dropped McCreary once on round one from a body shot and twice in the second with the finishing blow being a hard over hand right that slumped McCreary into the ropes and the bout was stopped at fifty-five seconds of round two.
Wilder of Tuscaloosa, AL is now 25-0 with all wins coming early. McCreary, 262 1/4 lbs of Detroit, MI is now 14-1.
In a wild slugfest, Cesar Valenzuela scored a third round stoppage over Jose Correa in a scheduled six round bout.
The two traded knockdowns in an explosive round two. Valenzuela dropped Correa with a huge right in round three and the fight was stopped at 2:21
Valenzuela is now 4-1-1 with two knockouts. Correa is now 7-3.
In a battle of debuting Bantamweights, Edgar Valerio stopped Fernando Fuentes in the final scheduled round.
Valerio dropped Fuentes in both round’s one and four and finished him off with a barrage of punches and the bout was stopped at 1:02 of round four.
Valerio, 116 lbs of Los Angeles is 1-0 with one knockout. Fuentes, 116 1/2 lbs of Riverside, CA is 0-1