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Vic Darchinyan Stops Gallo: Oscar Valdez Wins Big

Uni-Trade Stadium in Laredo, Texas - In a super bantamweight contest, former multi-division champion Vic Darchinyan (39-5-1, 28 KOs) made his Top Rank promotional debut and stopped Javier Gallo (18-7-1, 10 KOs in the fourth round of a super bantamweight clash. Gallo was dropped hard in the second. He got up but was quickly dropped again after two left hands. Darchinyan got caught hard as he was coming in, but then dropped Gallo for a third time. Darchinyan continued to land in the third and finished Gallo off with a hard knockdown at :26 of the fourth.

Featherweight prospect Oscar Valdez (5-0, 4KOs) stopped Rocco Espinoza (4-7-1) in the first round. Espinoza went down early from a left hook to the body. He was dropped again later from a right hand to the head, and finally dropped once again from a left hook, near the end of the round, to prompt an immediate stoppage by the referee at 2:58.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by PulpFriction on 05-12-2013

Oscar valdez looks really good. I'm looking forward to seeing him in the future.

Comment by Cubanstyle on 05-12-2013

So he gets to fight Terrazas, I wonder who is Donaire gonna fight next, Mijares?

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