Advertisement
Advertisement
Boxingscene.com

Shane Mosley Jr., Jesse Magdaleno, Jose Ramirez Win

By Rick Reeno

Cosmopolitan Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas - Middleweight prospect Shane Mosley Jr. (2-0, 2KOs) blew away Jerome Jones (1-1-1, 1KO) in one round. Mosley dropped him with a hard hook ad then finished him off with a series of unanswered punches.

Unbeaten super bantamweight Jesse Magdaleno (19-0, 15KOs) stopped Carlos Rodriguez (18-15-4, 10KOs). Rodriguez was down three times in the fight. He also lost a point in round six for spitting out the mouthpiece to buy himself more time after going down from a hard body shot. After taking a beating in the seventh, referee Robert Byrd jumped in to wave things off.

Junior welterweight prospect Jose Ramirez (11-0, 8KOs) was taken the eight round distance in a one-sided beat down of Alfredo Romero (7-4, 6KOs), who was punished round after round but never went away and used his survival instincts to grab whenever he found himself in serious trouble. The scores were 80-72, 80-72, 80-71. 

Undefeated super featherweight Erick De Leon (8-0, 4KOs), who is trained by Robert Garcia, stopped Pedro Toledo (2-2-2) in the fifth round of action. Toledo, who took punishment in just about every round, was down in the fourth and didn't have much of anything left in the fifth.

Undefeated super featherweight Saul Rodriguez (14-0, 11KOs) drilled Orlando Vazquez (13-5-1, 7KOs) in the second round. Vazquez was dropped hard twice with big punches from Rodriguez. Referee Kenny Bayless waved things off after the second knockdown.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by panicchaser on 08-03-2014

Shame on Romero's corner for not stopping this fight earlier. Shows how much they care about their fighter. doesn't take much to show Romero has heart or that he would have kept going but that was way too many headshots…

Comment by Luilun on 08-02-2014

Yea all the prospects got D- competitors but what's going on with Rushee Warren he was suppose to be the Shyt

Comment by richardt on 08-02-2014

And once again, they are still babying Magdaleno and are afraid to take his training wheels off. Typical crap.

Comment by papichulo023 on 08-02-2014

The one that should be getting all the hype is Erick DeLeon he's the future champion. You may not know about him yet but I can guarantee you will he's the Next Big Thing period!!

Comment by richardt on 08-02-2014

"Punished round after round". NO sh1t!!!! Another punching bag used as a gravy train setup for Ramirez!

Post a Comment - View More User Comments (7)
Top Headlines Monroe Vows To Shock Saunders For Underdogs Everywhere Paul Butler Vows To Get Much "Clearer" Win Over Stuart Hall Vijender Singh vs. Zulpikar Maimaitiali Undercard Information Farhood: If McGregor Goes 12, The Press Will Hammer Mayweather Virgil Hunter: Mayweather Stops McGregor or it Gets Stopped Barring a Win, Broner's Legacy To Be Full of Wasted Promise Viktor Polyakov Shocks Giovanni De Carolis For WBA Regional Mikey Garcia: I Would Consider Crawford-Indongo Winner Next Roberto Duran on What Canelo Must Do To Beat Golovkin Jon Jones: I Admire McGregor, But I Back Mayweather To Win Emmanuel Rodriguez, Alfredo Santiago Get Foes For Fajardo Kovalev Files Protest With NSAC To Make Ward Loss a No-Contest Mayweather Parts With Prized Vehicle, His Koenigsegg Being Sold Mikey Garcia Makes Surprising Pick for His Toughest Opponent Frampton Felt Like Failure, Had Dark Days After Santa Cruz Loss Canelo-Golovkin 24/7 To Debut on August 26, on HBO Tim Tszyu Puts Away Chris Khan in Two Rounds Ismail Muwendo, Seniesa Estrada Pick Up Wins in Anaheim Verdejo To Stay Busy While Flanagan Situation is Sorted Out Tyson: McGregor's Gonna Get Killed; Dumb to Accept Boxing Rules! Gennady Golovkin Links With Chivas Regal For Chivas Fight Club Frank Warren Wins Damages Against Chris Eubank Jr. Top Rank VP: We'd Love Lomachenko-Salido II As Soon as Possible Butler-Hall II, Davies-Farrell, Fielding-Brophy on September 30 Greorge Groves vs. Jamie Cox on October 14 in London, WBSS McGregor: I Can Fight in Many Stances, Mayweather Has One Heiland: I Don't Feel Like The Underdog With Charlo, I'm Confident Broner: I Bet They Won't Bet Against Me Again After This Fight! Randy Couture: Mayweather Will NOT Knock McGregor Out Mike Tyson Says Molestation Incident Was a Motivator To Box Frampton: Selby is a Natural Fight To Make, The Timing is Right Haye: Before You Criticize Parker, Take a Good Look at Joshua! Abel Sanchez on What McGregor Must Do To Beat Mayweather Enrico Koelling Helping Erik Skoglund Prepare For Callum Smith Maybe there are worse things in boxing than Mayweather-McGregor Mayweather Vows: This Fight Won't Be Dull - It's Kill or Be Killed! Carlos Molina Hits Santo Domingo For Carlos Adames Clash Eddie Alvarez: McGregor Has Very Real Shot To KO Floyd Early Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. Plans October Return, Eyes Martin Murray Cortez: McGregor a Very Powerful Puncher, Has Great Potential
Advertisement

Latest Active Forum Threads
Advertisement
Advertisement