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Terrazas Gets Off The Floor To Knock Garcia Out in Six

Complejo Panamericano, Guadalajara, Mexico - WBC silver super bantamweight champion Victor Terrazas (35-2-1, 21KOs) got off the deck to knock Eduardo Garcia (22-9-1, 10KOs) out in the sixth round.

For the most part, Terrazas dominated nearly ever minute of the first three rounds. In the fourth he left himself open for a straight left that put him down on his back. He wasn't shaken up and continued to push Garcia back. They were brawling in the fifth as Garcia was looking for another big shot. In the sixth, Terrazas caught Garcia with a hard combination to put him down. Garcia was unable to beat the count.

Flyweights Sergio Frias (13-2-1, 7KOs) and Ariel Guzman (7-1-1, 4KOs) fought to a six round majority draw. The scores were 77-75 for Frias, and two scores of 76-76 for the draw.

In a welterweight encounter, Daniel Sandoval (29-2, 29KOs) stopped Gabriel Martinez (27-4-1, 14KOs) in six rounds of brawling action.

They came out swinging for the fences in the first round. It was probably not best strategy for Martinez, but he was landing some very hard shots during their exchanges and doing damage. But, Sandoval's punches were harder and Martinez's face was swelling up by the third round. The back and forth brawling continued for the next few rounds with Sandoval having the clear edge. The left side of Martinez's face was swelling up like a melon from the damage. Due to the heavy swelling, Martinez did not come out for the sixth round and he was counted out in the corner.

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