Juncos, PR - Demonstrating the desire to be a real contender in the super featherweight division (130 pounds), Jayson "La Maravilla" Velez (28-5-1, 20KO's) annihilated former world champion Victor "Vikingo" Terrazas (38-6-2, 21KO's) in four rounds, in the main event of "Night of Champions DIRECTV: Triple Crown" held at the Rafael G. Amalbert Coliseum in Juncos.

Vélez began the match looking for the body of his rival and trying to implant his rhythm of fight. In the fourth round, the Puerto Rican managed to connect a powerful left hook to the Mexican's liver to end the brawl.

"Body work is a house brand right now for Jayson Vélez, it's what we've focused on," said Vélez, who is ranked 10th in the WBA and twelfth in the IBF. "I was very surprised by Terrazas' endurance, but we came to do the work. He was stronger and heavier than me, and my coach Emilio Lozada asked me not to worry. We work smart and the hands arrived."

Velez hopes that this victory will lead him to contest for the world title in the coming months.

"The promise is that we will be ranked in the top five positions in the WBA, which puts us in line to fight against super champion Gervonta Davis," he said. "I hope this year to fight for the world title. I'm also classified in the IBF. That's the fight I really want. I want to fight against champion Tevin Farmer. I leave everything in the hands of my promoter Universal Promotions. I just hope they tell me when and I'll be in charge of being ready to become a world champion. "

In the co-feature, Alberto "Transformer" Mercado (16-2-1, 3KO's) successfully defended his WBC super featherweight Latin title, defeating by unanimous decision Sergio "Micky" López (22-14-1, 15KO's). Mercado made use of his good boxing, but without leaving aside the excitement of stopping to exchange blows.

The judges' cards were 77-75, 79-73 and 77-75.

In an exciting battle, prospect Néstor Bravo (16-0, 11KO's), took out all his repertoire to win the Fecarbox belt (135 pounds) of the WBC, by unanimous decision over the Argentine Emiliano "Pac Man" Garcia (16-4, 13KO's).

The judges scored 80-72, 78-74 and 80-72.