Edgar Santana, Douglas, Dusty Harrison Get KO Wins

By Tim Kudgis


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Edgar Santana (28-4) vs. Michael Clark (44-8-1) - Main - 10 Rounds Jr. Welterweight - Edgar Santana wasted no time dismantling Contender Alumni Michael Clark.  Both men started off trading heavy leather.  Santana backed Clark against the ropes towards the end of the 1st and put him down with a vicious combo for the 10 count.  The referee reached the 10 count at the 2:27 mark of the 1st round.  Edgar Santana climbs to (29-4) and Clark falls to (44-9-1).

Omar Douglas (10-0) vs. Jean Sotelo (18-11-2) - Co-Main - 10 Rounds Super Featherweight - Omar Douglas displayed another dominant performance to capture his 1st Regional Title.  Douglas displayed his speed and power advantage early.  Sotelo tried to trade with Douglas but was caught and dropped in the 2nd.  Sotelo was able to survive the round but the beating continued through the 3rd round until Sotelo's corner called it off at the 2:33 mark of the 3rd.  With a TKO victory, Omar Douglas moves to (11-0) while Jean Sotelo moves to (18-12-2).

Dusty Hernandez-Harrison (18-0) vs. Marlon Lewis (6-2-2) - 8 Rounds Welterweight - Dusty Hernandez-Harrison made quick work of opponent Marlon Lewis.  Hernandez-Harrison dropped Lewis early in the 1st but Lewis beat the count.  Hernandez-Harrison was relentless in his attack on Lewis dropping him two more times before the referee stopped the fight after the 3rd knockdown at the 2:20 mark of Round 1.  Hernandez-Harrison moves to (19-0) while Marlon Lewis drops to (6-3-2).

Mike Tiberi (20-1) vs Edgar Perez Villanueva (5-6) - 6 Rounds Light Heavyweight - Fan favorite Mike Tiberi out worked his last minute opponent Edgar Perez over the course of 6 rounds.  Tiberi was faster and seemed to beat the game Perez to the punch.  Perez landed some decent shots throughout the bout but was never able to put Tiberi in danger or even hurt him for that matter.  Tiberi landed some decent shots but Perez showed a chin of steel making it to the final bell.  After the final bell the judges scored the bout 60-54 across the board for Mike Tiberi (21-1).  Edgar Perez now drops 7 in a row to (5-7).

Alex Guerrero (9-0-1) vs. Galen Brown (41-23-1) - 6 Rounds Cruiserweight - This was a fantastic back and forth battle between two big men.  Brown looked like he was about to serve up an upset special early by swarming the young prospect.  Brown was landing some big shot early but Guerrero would respond with heavy shots of his own.  The tide turned in the 3rd when Brown started to fade.  Even though Brown stayed in it, Guerrero landed the bigger shots.  Also both men suffered cuts but continued through them.  After the final bell, the judges scored the fight 60-54, 58-56, & 59-55 in favor of Alex Guerrero (10-0-1).  Galen Brown drops (41-24-1)

John Bowman (7-0-1) vs. Jess Noriega (2-7) - 4 Rounds Super Middleweight - Bowman was the aggressor throughout the fight, landing the better punches.  Noriega took everything that Bowman threw but was unable to mount much of an offense of his own.  After the final bell, all 3 judges scored the bout 40-36 in favor of John "Church Boy" Bowman (8-0-1).  Jess Noriega drops to (2-8).

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by 15thrdko on 11-23-2013

Santana looked impresive in his 1st rd ko over Michael Clark and expressed his desire to fight the top dogs at 140lbs. He said and I quote, all Jr. Welterweight Champions better hold on real tight to their belts because…

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