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 Last update:  6/19/2011       Read more by Jake Donovan         
   
Vazquez-Aguilar Undercard Results From Toluca, Mexico
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By Jake Donovan

Giovanni Segura continues his reign of terror over the lower weight fighters even after vacating his lineal junior flyweight crown. The latest knockout victim was Eddy Zuniga, who was outgunned from the opening bell, and dropped twice before being forced to wilt at 2:58 of the opening round. Segura (28-1-1, 24KO) has now racked up 10 straight knockouts since suffering the lone loss of his career three years ago.

The televised undercard was littered with strange stoppages. Chief among them was Jose Cabrera being declared a knockout winner over Omar Lina.

That the bout would’ve resulted in such an ending was entirely possible. However, the controversy in this bout is that it ended on a low blow, when Lina doubled over in pan, only for the referee to misinterpret as a body shot that forced him to wilt.

The official time was 2:58 of the sixth round.

Cabrera improves to 20-2-1 (8KO); Lina falls to 9-4-1 (5KO).

Power punching welterweight Daniel Sandoval opened up the televised portion of the show with an opening round stoppage of Isaac Garcia. Time was 2:39 of the opening round.

Sandoval (20-2, 20KO) didn’t have much time to showcase his full arsenal as the first major flurry he threw seemed to be enough to end the evening in the eyes of the official. According to Garcia’s announced record, he now falls to 14-2 (10KO).

Off camera, Giovanni Segura continues his reign of terror over the lower weight fighters even after vacating his lineal junior flyweight crown. The latest knockout victim was Eddy Zuniga, who was forced to wilt at 2:58 of the opening round. Segura (28-1-1, 24KO) has now racked up 10 straight knockouts since suffering the lone loss of his career three years ago.


Jake Donovan is the Managing Editor of Boxingscene.com. Follow Jake on Twitter at twitter.com/JakeNDaBox or submit questions/comments to JakeNDaBox@gmail.com.
Tags: Miguel Vazquez , Giovani Segura , Top Rank



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