Honda Center, Anaheim, California - In a 10-round battle between two Mexican warriors, Freddy Hernandez, (34-8, 22 KOs), won a unanimous decision over Alfredo "El Perro" Angulo, (24-6, 20 KOs). Scores were 98-92 and 97-93 twice.
From the opening bell, it was bombs away with both fighters unloading thunderous power shots. Hernandez seemed to have more on his punches as Angulo slowed over the first few rounds.
Although continuing with heavy pressure and moving forward in his aggressive style, Angulo was not able to score consistently as Hernandez kept his distance and used a solid jab to control the action.
Said the happy Hernandez following the fight, "I felt great, I know I clearly won the fight. This weight is too big for me, I'm not a super middleweight or a middleweight. He still punches hard but I hit him harder tonight.
"I have a great deal of respect for Alfredo, tonight the people saw two real Mexican warriors."
2012 U S. Olympian Terrell Guasha, (19-0, 9 KOs) remains undefeated with a 10-round majority decision over the Bronx's Steve Martinez, (16-3, 13 KOs) in the opening bout of the PBC on Spike telecast.
Fighting on the inside over the first two rounds featuring excellent two-way action, both Gausha and Martinez landed, hard accurate shots.
Gausha continued to score points in the first half of the fight with stunning and accurate body shots to slow down the aggressive Martinez. Gausha's success continued throughout the fight controlling the action and distance with his jab with Martinez scoring occasionally with powerful right hands shots. Scores at the end of the of the entertaining bout were 97-93 twice for Gausha and 95-95.
Said the happy winner Gausha, "He was aggressive but I was able to solve him. This was a real test and just what I needed, I need the competition to be the best and become a world champion."
"I wasn't surprised by the one scorecard for a draw, it was a close fight but I definitely won."