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Andres Guttierez, Johan Perez Snag Big Victories

By Jesus Milano, Miguel Rivera

In La Guaira, WBA interim-junior welterweight champion Johan Perez of Venezuela had all he could handle but stopped Dominican Fernando Monte De Oca (15-3) by way of a technical knockout after the De Oca retired after ten rounds of action. The native of Caracas raised his record to 19 wins, one draw and one loss, with 13 by knockout.

"I thank Jupiter Fight Boxing for allowing me to fight in my country and giving me the opportunity to put in this performance to my audience," Perez said.

Meanwhile at the Arena Solidaridad in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon - Andres "Jaguar" Gutierrez (29-0-1, 22KOs) continued his winning streak with a ten round unanimous decision over Jairo "Explosive" Hernández (10-5, 3KOs) in a Televisa main event. The scores were 97-93, 97-93 and 98-93. Gutierrez landed numerous power shots throughout the match but couldn't put Hernandez away.

Also on the card, for the women's IBF bantamweight world championship, Chilean Carolina "Kinky" Rodriguez (12-0, 1KO) won a ten round majority decision over Janeth "Cuisilla" Perez The scores were 96-94, 98-92 and 95-95.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by nycsmooth on 05-12-2014

IMO a big step back 4 "jagiur" not taking a class c guy out...

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