By Jake Donovan

Eduardo ‘Rocky’ Hernandez enjoyed a successful U.S. debut, stopping Tanzania’s Ibrahim Class in two rounds Saturday evening at Fantasy Springs Casino in Indio, Calif.

The bout streamed live on DAZN in supporting capacity to Ryan Garcia’s 10-round lightweight bout versus Puerto Rico’s Jose Lopez.

Hernandez immediately went into stalker mode, walking down Class who lacked the firepower to keep Hernandez at bay. As much was detected by the unbeaten 130-pound contender, who measured up his foe in the first round but making sure to touch him enough to sending a warning shot of things to come.

It came in a hurry.

Class was on the defensive for virtually the entirety of the brief affair, which proved to be his undoing. Hernandez worked behind a steady right hand that had his foe in trouble, connecting with a combination to score the bout’s first knockdown. Class barely beat the count, rising at nine and seemingly willing to continue.

Hernandez changed that perception in a hurry, going right on the attack in efforts to end the night. It came moments later, with Class cornered and once again floored, this time taking the full count.

The official time was 2:52 of round two. Class (22-6, 10KOs)—also making his U.S. debut—suffers his second consecutive knockout loss.

Hernandez rolls to 28-0 (25KOs) with the win, having now stopped his last 22 opponents. The charismatic 21-year old nearly lost his life during as the gunshot victim of an attempted carjacking last January in his native Mexico City.

Four wins have followed as he remains active while awaiting his crack at the World Boxing Council (WBC) 130-pound title. Hernandez is the mandatory challenge to the title, currently in the possession of countryman Miguel Berchelt who will first face Francisco Vargas in their May 11 rematch in Tucson.

The bout also marked Hernandez’s first under a co-promotional agreement with Golden Boy Promotions, having been expertly guided throughout his young career by Promociones del Pueblo.

With plenty of time to kill due to the early ending, Danielito Zorrilla made his way to the livestream. The unbeaten super lightweight made the most of the primetime opportunity, knocking out former super featherweight titlist Gamaliel Diaz in two rounds.

Puerto Rico’s Zorrilla (11-0, 9KOs)—a protégé of former four-division champ Miguel Cotto—spent most the opening round picking apart the faded and flabby Diaz, flooring him late in the frame courtesy of a left hook. Diaz (40-20-3, 19KOs) beat the count, but was better off staying on the deck.

A dominant round two played out exactly as its predecessor, with Zorrilla scoring at well before once again sending Diaz to the canvas. The left hook once again did the damage, this time followed up by a right hand which put Diaz down for the count at 2:59 of round two.

Jake Donovan is a senior writer for Twitter: @JakeNDaBox