Junior middleweight contender Carlos “Chema” Ocampo showed that he's very serious about his desire to land a world championship.
Ocampo (29-1, 19 KO's) attacked the body of his rival in a savage way. With both hands, with power punch combinations on both sides. Ivan Matute's liver, ribs, abdomen and the pit of his stomach took punishment. Matute (30-4, 25 KO’s) was being battered and the Venezuelan contender went to the canvas three times in the second round.
Matute spent several minutes writhing in pain on the canvas and needed an ice pack on his liver.
Ocampo achieved his imposing victory in the main event of a closed-door function that Zanfer Promotions presented at the Grand Hotel Tijuana, officially at 1:52 minutes into the second round.
The Tijuana-born Dubiel Sanchez executed an effective fight plan, connecting short, repeating power shots and imposing hierarchy especially in the short distance, to win a well-deserved and well-worked victory by unanimous decision over Ruben “Romano Orozco, who was brave and always dangerous.
Sanchez (17-0-2, 12 KO's) landed the best shots and he controlled the ring. However, Orozco (12-3-0 5 KO's) sought to press and repeat power shots and his effort was recognized by the judges, who saw him win three rounds in which he connected the most punches.
At the end of the ten rounds in the super welterweight fight, Sanchez took the victory by unanimous decision, with three identical scorecards of 97-93.
Ruben “Pollito” Aguilar detonated his power blows, and ended up knocking out a brave Carlos Daniel Acosta in the first round, who suffered a concussion and spent several minutes on the canvas, although in the end he got up on his own feet and recovered completely.