Wintrust Arena, Chicago, Illinois - Jessica McCaskill (6-2, 3 KOs) won a ten round unanimous decision over Erica Farias (26-3, 10 KOs) to capture the WBC junior welterweight title.
The scores were 98-92, 97-93 and 96-94.
The fight was a give and take brawl, with McCaskill landing the harder shots and outworking Farias at times.
Light heavyweight prospect Anthony Sims Jr. (16-0, 15 KOs) picked up a sixth round knockout of Mario Aguilar (19-6, 16 KOs).
Sims broke Aguilar down, and closed the show with a big combination that sent him down for the full count.
Welterweight Reshat Mati (1-0, 1 KO) made his pro debut with a third round knockout of Adan Ahumada (3-6-2).
Mati took some shots in the first two rounds. He stuck to his jab and landed a hook to the liver, sending Ahumada down for the count.
Middleweight Nikita Ababiy (1-0, 1 KO) made his pro debut with a crushing first round knockout of Jake Henriksen (2-3). A series of shots to the body sent Henriksen down for the full count.
In a shocker, Matt Cameron (3-1-1) scored two knockdowns and won a four round unanimous decision over highly regarded heavyweight prospect Nkosi Solomon (0-1), who was making his pro debut. All three judges scored it 39-33.
After dominating most of the first round, Cameron stung Solomon with a big shot in the closing seconds. In the second, Cameron was really taking the fight to Solomon and landing solid punches as they were brawling.
In the third round, Cameron dropped Solomon with a big counter hook. Solomon made it to his feet, but he was taking damage and not throwing much back in return.
At the start of the fourth, two lefts handed on Solomon. He lost a point for holding too much and moments later Cameron dropped him for a second time. Solomon made it up again, and Cameron began battering him with punches - nearly stopping him with combinations against the ropes. And Solomon lost a second point for holding too much.