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Cotto vs. Kamegai - LIVE Results From Carson

By Francisco Salazar

Carson, California - Featherweight Joet Gonzalez improved to 18-0, with 9 KOs) with a fifth round knockout victory over Deivis Julio of Colombia. Julio (19-3, with 11 KOs) was game, but Gonzalez slowly broke him down with passing round. A right hand dropped Julio with about a minute left in round five. Julio attempted to fight back, but was stunned again by a Gonzalez right hand against the ropes. Referee Jack Reiss decided to step in and stop the bout at 2:57.

Junior featherweight Emilio Sanchez (15-0, with 10 KOs) stopped Danny Flores in the fifth round. After a competitive first four rounds of the fight, Sanchez stunned Flores (15-10-1, with 8 KOs) with a barrage of punches. Sanchez followed up with another series of blows, prompting referee Gerard White to stop the bout at 33 seconds.

Featherweight Tenochtitlan Nava remained unbeaten, winning a close four round unanimous decision over Angel Aguilar (8-14, with 1 KO). All three judges scored the bout 39-37 in favor of Nava, who goes to 7-0, with 1 KO.

Welterweight Alexis Rocha (9-0, with 6 KOs) knocked out Esau Herrera (19-10-1, with 10 KOs) at 2:59 of the opening round. A right hook from the southpaw Rocha dropped Herrera, who was counted out by referee Jack Reiss. Rocha is the younger brother of Ronny Rios, who challenges Rey Vargas for the WBC junior featherweight title later tonight.

In junior welterweight action, Genaro Gamez won a six round unanimous decision over Rafael Reyes (7-11, with 5 KOs). Games dropped Reyes in round two, but was deducted a point at the end of round four due to landing a low blow. Scores were 59-53, 59-53, and 58-54 for Gamez, who goes to 6-0, with 4 KOs.

Junior featherweights Javier Padilla (3-0-1, with 3 KOs) and Ricardo Arias (1-1-1) fought to a unanimous decision draw after four rounds. All three judges scored the bout 38-38.

Minimumweight contender Janiel Rivera (16-2-3, with 10 KOs) knocked out Marco Antonio Sanchez (12-6-3, with 7 KOs) at 1:59 of the second round. Rivera, who is promoted by Miguel Cotto, is ranked number eight by the IBF.

Junior lightweight Ruben Rodriguez was successful in his pro debut, stopping Rolando Padilla (0-3) at 47 seconds of the second round.

Francisco A. Salazar has written For Boxingscene.com since September of 2012 and has covered boxing in Southern California and abroad since 2000. Francisco also covers boxing for the Ventura County (Calif.) Star newspaper, RingTV.com, He can be reached by email at [email protected] or on Twitter at FSalazarBoxing

User Comments and Feedback
Comment by vaborikua2014 on 08-27-2017

[QUOTE=BestPR;17986320]...Cotto fought a "nobody," un "bulto!" He'll probably get another easy fight in December...que bochorno para el pueblo de Puerto Rico![/QUOTE] Y quien carajo pelio mayweather? Un cabron que ni es un boxiador. Se llama un tune up despues de…

Comment by BestPR on 08-27-2017

...Cotto fought a "nobody," un "bulto!" He'll probably get another easy fight in December...que bochorno para el pueblo de Puerto Rico!

Comment by GhostofDempsey on 08-26-2017

Respect for Kamegai. Heart of a lion. Good scrap. Two classy warriors went toe to toe. Fans got what they came for.

Comment by kushking on 08-26-2017

Come on cotto,this isnt the disgraceful circus idiots are watching just 100000x more of an actual fight.

Comment by PETUFF on 08-26-2017

Warr Cotto only retards forget the good fights:boxing::boxing:

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