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German’s Weekend Report! – Aug. 9, 2012

Photos & Report By German Villasenor at ringside
Diego Magdaleno (L) - Antonio Davis (R)Jose Benavidez Jr (L) - Javier Loya (R)


Magdaleno, Benavidez Stop Foes in Vegas. Las Vegas’ own Diego Magdaleno, 23-0 (9), took a step closer to a world title shot by stopping former world title challenger Antonio Davis in the fourth round of Telefutura’s “Solo Boxeo” main event at the Texas Station Casino in Las Vegas on Saturday night.

The southpaw Magdaleno was sharp all night landing multiple, jolting shots on a shopworn Davis, who tried hard but was overwhelmed by Magdaleno’s speed and angles, beating him to the punch at nearly every turn.

The top 10-rated Magdaleno had Davis in serious trouble toward the end of the fourth. Sensing a stoppage as a series of unanswered shots had Davis trapped in a neutral corner, referee Joe Cortez was forced to step in and stop the bout at 2:59 into the round. Magdaleno retained his NABF super featherweight belt as Davis saw his record drop to 29-8 (13).

Benavidez Halts Loya in Four

Jose Benavidez Jr., (pictured in the 2 last photos from the top) 16-0 (13), remained undefeated after a four-round stoppage over Javier Loya, 7-1 (6) in a welterweight bout.
 
Benavidez used his superior reach, height and speed and landed the sharper shots, often jolting Loya throughout the bout. Benavidez’s hard jab set up a number of hard shots against Loya, who was unable to defend himself. Referee Tony Weeks would soon move in to stop the fight at 1:41 of the round.
 
Light heavyweight Mike Lee took a few shots by Tyler Seever, 13-12-1 (11), in the first round of their scheduled six-round outing, adjusting accordingly en route to landing a big right hand in the second.
A follow-up combination by Lee put Seever down once more moments later with referee Russell Mora calling it a night at 1:36 of the fight.
 
Notre Dame’s Lee moved his record to 10-0 (6) with the win.
 
Super lightweight southpaw Giovanni Santillan, 4-0 (2), put down Joaquin Chavez, 1-2-2 (1), twice (once in the first and again in the second) en route to a unanimous decision at the end of four with all three scorecards reading 40-36.
 
Light heavyweight Tommy “Samurai” Turner, 3-2 (2), hammered Billy Schmidt, 1-2-2, dropping him hard with a right hand in the first round. After regaining the vertical, Schmidt was in no shape to continue, so Joe Cortez called off the bout at 2:36 into the round.
 
Tremaine “The Mighty Midget” Williams, 3-0 (2), is one to keep an eye on as the speedy fighter completely outhustled a game but overmatched Jazzma Hogue, 2-2-1, via unanimous decision with all scorecards reading 40-36.
 
Rodriguez Scores Devastating KO of Morales
 
In the show-stealer of the night, featherweight Saul Rodriguez, 6-0 (5), nearly decapitated Jose Morales with a monster left hook to the chin, leaving Morales crumpled on the canvas in the third round.
The referee immediately called the fight at 26 seconds into the round as the southpaw fighter laid prone on the canvas with the ringside medical help rushing into the ring to attend the fallen fighter.
 
Gesta Halts Barnett in Nine
 
Mercito Gesta remained undefeated and a top super lightweight contender by beating up on a game Tyrone Barnett through nine rounds in ESPN2’s “Friday Night Fights” main event at the Texas Station Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada on Friday night.
 
Despite his many flaws (coming with a low guard, punching once or twice and then stopping to admire his work and missing with wide, wind-up uppercuts and hooks at times), “No Mercy” gets the job done.
By breaking down and pressuring the overwhelmed Barnett, Gesta piled up the points as the fight went on. As is often the case when a southpaw (Gesta) meets an orthodox fighter, heads clashed in the mid-rounds with the Filipino suffering a small cut above his right eye. Taking some sharp shots by Barnett in the eighth round fueled Gesta to go out and finally put together a series of shots which had his opponent in all kinds of trouble.
 
The end came in the ninth as a huge left hand by Gesta crashed on Barnett, who collapsed against the ropes.
 
Barely getting up and on rubbery legs, the Washington D.C.-based fighter was allowed to continue. With Gesta putting his shots together once more, a straight left put his opponent down a second time.
Seeing the fighter was in no shape to continue, his corner came into the ring, prompting referee Jay Nady to halt the bout with a second to go for the round to end.
 
With the win, Gesta moved to 26-0-1 (14), while Barnett saw his record dip to 20-3-1 (13).
 
Magdaleno Destroys Santos in Two
 
Super bantamweight Jesse Magdaleno, 11-0 (8), dismantled Brazil’s Aldimar Santos 17-3 (9), in a brutal battering which saw Santos down twice, once in the first and again in the second frame of a scheduled eight-rounder.
 
The southpaw Magdaleno, the younger sibling of super featherweight Diego Magdaleno, landed straight shots from all angles and body shots which put Santos down in the latter half of the first round.
 
The punishment continued in the second as Magdaleno put down an overwhelmed Santos on his knees late. Seeing too much punishment inflicted, referee Robert Byrd stepped in to halt the fight at 2:54 of the round.
 
In other results, bantamweight Gabino Saenz, 7-0-1 (5), defeated a very awkward DeWayne Wisdom, 2-5 (1), via scores 57-57 and 59-55 (twice) at the end of six.
 
Lightweight Jesus Gutierrez, 5-0 (2), clubbed his way to a unanimous decision win over James Burns, 1-2 (1), at the end of four. Scores were 39-37 and 40-36 (twice).
 
In the final fight of the evening, light heavyweight Trevor McCumby remained undefeated at 6-0 (6) by battering Michael Glenn, 2-4-2 (1), stopping him in the third round of a scheduled four-rounder.
 
Jose Benavidez Jr., 16-0 (13), remained undefeated after a four-round stoppage over Javier Loya, 7-1 (6) in a welterweight bout.
 
Benavidez used his superior reach, height and speed and landed the sharper shots, often jolting Loya throughout the bout. Benavidez’s hard jab set up a number of hard shots against Loya, who was unable to defend himself. Referee Tony Weeks would soon move in to stop the fight at 1:41 of the round.
 
Light heavyweight Mike Lee took a few shots by Tyler Seever, 13-12-1 (11), in the first round of their scheduled six-round outing, adjusting accordingly en route to landing a big right hand in the second.
A follow-up combination by Lee put Seever down once more moments later with referee Russell Mora calling it a night at 1:36 of the fight.
 
Notre Dame’s Lee moved his record to 10-0 (6) with the win.
 
Super lightweight southpaw Giovanni Santillan, 4-0 (2), put down Joaquin Chavez, 1-2-2 (1), twice (once in the first and again in the second) en route to a unanimous decision at the end of four with all three scorecards reading 40-36.
 
Light heavyweight Tommy “Samurai” Turner, 3-2 (2), hammered Billy Schmidt, 1-2-2, dropping him hard with a right hand in the first round. After regaining the vertical, Schmidt was in no shape to continue, so Joe Cortez called off the bout at 2:36 into the round.
 
Tremaine “The Mighty Midget” Williams, 3-0 (2), is one to keep an eye on as the speedy fighter completely outhustled a game but overmatched Jazzma Hogue, 2-2-1, via unanimous decision with all scorecards reading 40-36.
 
Rodriguez Scores Devastating KO of Morales
 
In the show-stealer of the night, featherweight Saul Rodriguez, 6-0 (5), nearly decapitated Jose Morales with a monster left hook to the chin, leaving Morales crumpled on the canvas in the third round.
The referee immediately called the fight at 26 seconds into the round as the southpaw fighter laid prone on the canvas with the ringside medical help rushing into the ring to attend the fallen fighter.
 
Gesta Halts Barnett in Nine
 
Mercito Gesta remained undefeated and a top super lightweight contender by beating up on a game Tyrone Barnett through nine rounds in ESPN2’s “Friday Night Fights” main event at the Texas Station Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada on Friday night.
 
Despite his many flaws (coming with a low guard, punching once or twice and then stopping to admire his work and missing with wide, wind-up uppercuts and hooks at times), “No Mercy” gets the job done.
By breaking down and pressuring the overwhelmed Barnett, Gesta piled up the points as the fight went on. As is often the case when a southpaw (Gesta) meets an orthodox fighter, heads clashed in the mid-rounds with the Filipino suffering a small cut above his right eye. Taking some sharp shots by Barnett in the eighth round fueled Gesta to go out and finally put together a series of shots which had his opponent in all kinds of trouble.
 
The end came in the ninth as a huge left hand by Gesta crashed on Barnett, who collapsed against the ropes.
 
Barely getting up and on rubbery legs, the Washington D.C.-based fighter was allowed to continue. With Gesta putting his shots together once more, a straight left put his opponent down a second time.
Seeing the fighter was in no shape to continue, his corner came into the ring, prompting referee Jay Nady to halt the bout with a second to go for the round to end.
 
With the win, Gesta moved to 26-0-1 (14), while Barnett saw his record dip to 20-3-1 (13).
 
Magdaleno Destroys Santos in Two
 
Super bantamweight Jesse Magdaleno, 11-0 (8), dismantled Brazil’s Aldimar Santos 17-3 (9), in a brutal battering which saw Santos down twice, once in the first and again in the second frame of a scheduled eight-rounder.
 
The southpaw Magdaleno, the younger sibling of super featherweight Diego Magdaleno, landed straight shots from all angles and body shots which put Santos down in the latter half of the first round.
 
The punishment continued in the second as Magdaleno put down an overwhelmed Santos on his knees late. Seeing too much punishment inflicted, referee Robert Byrd stepped in to halt the fight at 2:54 of the round.
 
In other results, bantamweight Gabino Saenz, 7-0-1 (5), defeated a very awkward DeWayne Wisdom, 2-5 (1), via scores 57-57 and 59-55 (twice) at the end of six.
 
Lightweight Jesus Gutierrez, 5-0 (2), clubbed his way to a unanimous decision win over James Burns, 1-2 (1), at the end of four. Scores were 39-37 and 40-36 (twice).
 
In the final fight of the evening, light heavyweight Trevor McCumby remained undefeated at 6-0 (6) by battering Michael Glenn, 2-4-2 (1), stopping him in the third round of a scheduled four-rounder.
 
Questions and comments can be sent to German at ultragerman@yahoo.com.




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