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Photos: Perez, Arroyo, Velez, Sosa, Colon Win Bouts

Ruben Rodriguez Coliseum, Bayamon, Puerto Rico - Michael Perez scored a well-deserved unanimous decison over Jorge Romero in their 10-round super lightweight bout Monday evening in Bayamon, Puerto Rico. Scores were 98-92 on all three scorecards in favor of Perez, who returned to Puerto Rico for the first time in nearly two years.  The win advances Perez' record to 20-1-2 (10KO), coming two days after his lone conqueror Figueroa struggled in a split decision win over Jerry Belmontes. Romero has now dropped four straight, falling to 24-8 (21KO).

McJoe Arroyo remains perfect as a pro, coming out strong but surviving a brief rough patch to score a wide win over David Quijano in their eight-round super flyweight battle. Scores were 80-72 and 79-73 (twice) in the televised co-feature. Arroyo (14-0, 7KO) stayed perfect and Quijano fell to (15-5-1, 9KO).

Jayson Velez, 127 lb (21-0, 15KO) KO2 Miguel Soto, 128 lb (12-2, 12KO)

John Karl Sosa, 145 lb (10-0, 6KO) UD6 Victor Perez, 144 lb (3-1, 1KO)

Prichard Colon (9-0, 9KOs) stopped Javier García (6-5-1, 2KO’s) in three.

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