By Ken Hissner: At the Caribe Royale Orlando, Orlando, Florida on ShoBox Friday, Sampson Lewkowicz (Sampson Boxing) and TKA Boxing in affiliate with PBC introduced in the Key Celebration Super Featherweight Dominican’s Luis “The Twist” Reynaldo Nunez stopped Puerto Rico’s Carlos “The Picked One” Arrieta in the tenth and closing round.
In the Main Event Luis “The Twist” Reynaldo Nunez, 16- (12), #128 ¼, of Puerto Plata, DR, by way of Looking at, PA, stopped Carlos “The Picked One” Arrieta, 14-1 (8), #129 ¼, of Trujillo Alto, PR, at 1:41 of the tenth and remaining spherical.
In the first spherical, for two minutes, Arrieta outworked Nunez to the system when Nunez came again in the final moment with some offense. In the second round, Nunez would get some entire body pictures and counter properly to the head of Arrieta, triggering swelling under the right eye.
In the 3rd spherical, Arrieta kept his fingers superior, only going to the system when he enable his fingers go. Nunez ongoing to have his way.
In the fourth and fifth rounds, matters slowed down a little bit as Nunez landed a little bit a lot more than Arrieta, who finally threw some headshots. In the sixth and seventh rounds, it was all Nunez landing overhand rights to the head whilst inside of with very little return from Arrieta.
In the eighth round, the pattern ongoing, with Nunez staying the busier of the two. In the ninth round, both equally fighters had been warned for holding as the action slowed down, but Nunez was continue to doing ample to management the struggle.
In the tenth and final round, Nunez rocked Arrieta with a guide appropriate on the chin. Nunez, looking to complete it, landed a flurry of punches acquiring Arrieta defenseless and fatigued, forcing referee Frank Gentile to connect with a halt. Arrieta hadn’t received a spherical because the to start with.
In the co-characteristic Light Heavyweight Ali Izmailov, 7- (5), #179 ¾, of Malgobek, Russia and Detroit, MI, stopped Israel “Bumaye” Duffus, 20-8 (17), #174 ¾, of San Miguelito, Panama, and L.A., CA, in the fourth spherical of a scheduled 10 rounds.
Lightweight southpaw Starling “El Poli” Castillo, 16-1 (12), #134 ¾, of Quina Sueneo, DR, dropped a lopsided final decision on the canvas twice to Otar “Pitbull” Eranosyan, 11- (6), #135, of Akhalkalaki, GEO, and Miami Beach, FL, about eight rounds.
In the to start with round, the shorter Eranosyan worked within even though Castillo countered. Halfway by way of the spherical, a remaining from Eranosyan on the chin dropped Castillo in a delayed knockdown for an 8-count from referee Younger.
In the remaining 10 seconds, a counter suitable from Eranosyan again dropped Castillo. In the second spherical, Eranosyan coming in reduced landed sound still left hooks having Castillo against the ropes. In the middle of the ring, Castillo made use of his attain to get the most effective of the motion. Eranosyan won the spherical however near.
In the third by means of the fifth rounds, Eranosyan landed 3 and 4 punches at a time on the chin retaining Castillo on the protection towards the ropes with Castillo landing left uppercuts to the chin but not more than enough to earn a spherical.
In the sixth spherical, Eranosyan continues to function Castillo to the ropes with a human body assault. He finished the round with a correct on the chin, getting the notice of Castillo.
In the seventh spherical, it was all Eranosyan at moments showboating with fingers to his facet, daring Eranosyan to battle. He landed punches in bunches at instances. In the eighth and ultimate round, Eranosyan continued his all-out assault driving Castillo backward on the defense.
Scores were 79-71 and 80 to 70 two times as did this author have it.
Tremendous Feather southpaw Edwin “La Granda” De Los Santos, 13-1 (12), #129, of Santo Domingo, DR, dropped a break up decision to William “The Silent Assassin” Foster lll, 14- (9), #129 ½, of West New Haven, CT, over 8 sloppy rounds.
In the to start with two rounds, it was all De Los Santos with tiny return from Foster. In the third round, Foster last but not least begun some offense even though walking into still left uppercuts by De Los Santos who is slowing down.
In the fourth spherical at the midway level, a clash of heads brought on a reduce on the still left eyebrow of De Los Santos. Referee Frank Gentile took away a issue from Foster for applying his head. If not, it was a further great spherical for Foster.
In the sixth round, De Los Santos carries on to be pushed to his knees out of a clinch. He seems exhausted. In the seventh spherical, De Los Santos only fought in spurts. Foster proceeds successful rounds given that the third. In the eighth and ultimate spherical, De Los Santos might have pulled out the spherical.
Scores had been 77-74 De Los Santos and 77-74 twice for Foster, with this author 76-75 Foster.
Super Middle Elvis Figueroa, 10- (6), #166 ¾, of New Haven, CT, defeated Ryan Adams, 8-4-1 (6), #164, of St. Louis, MO, around 8 rounds.
Scores were 80-72 and 78-74 two times.
Super Light Shinard Bunch, 18-1-1 (15), #141 ¾, of Trenton, NJ, defeated Shyngyskhan “Chingiz” Tazhibay, 9-1 (2), #141 ¼, of Karaganda, KAZ, and Clean, DC, over 8 rounds.
Scores had been 80-71 and 80-72 two times.
Light-weight Roberto “Rifle” Ramirez, 25-3-1 (18), #140, of San Diego, CA, knocked out Rodolfo “El Tsunami” Puentes, 20-9-2 (16), #142 ½, of Barranquilla, COL, in the 1st spherical of a scheduled 8 rounds.