By Miguel Rivera
Super featherweight champion Sergio "Yeyo" Thompson retained his International super featherweight title of the World Boxing Council (WBC) with a fifth round stoppage of Argentine boxer Luis Armando "Tucu" Juarez. The fight was called at 2:31 of the fight. Thompson raised his record to 29 victories, 2 defeats and 27 knockouts, while Juarez dropped to 16 wins, 6 defeats, 2 draws and 4 knockouts. The fight took place at the International Business Center and Conventions of Chetumal in Quintana Roo, Mexico.
Thompson beat down Juarez in every round to the head and body. In the fifth he dropped Juarez three times before the fight was stopped.
World Boxing Council (WBC) junior welterweight champion Roberto "Massa" Ortiz (27-0-1, 22KOs) retained his belt with a twelve round unanimous decision over Jhean Carlo Aparicio (24-5, 18KOs). It was not a pretty fight to watch, with Massa trying to get in big shots and at times caught a few in return. He suffered a cut above his right eyebrow in the seventh after a clash of heads and it affected him until the remainder of the contest. The scores were 120-107, 120-108 and 119-108.
Super bantamweight Tomoki Kameda (25-0, 16KOs) looked impressive in stopping experienced Javier Franco (21-10, 10KOs) in the fifth round.
Puerto Rican super bantamweight César "Junito" Seda won a hard fought eight round decision over Luis "Duro" May. Seda overcame a first round knockdown to take over the fight and won the fight on the cards. Seda increases his recoord to 23 wins in return for one loss and 16 knockouts. May falls to 13 wins, 7 losses and 6 knockouts.Tags: Tomoki Kameda , Cesar Seda , Sergio Thompson , Roberto Ortiz