LUIS RAMOS JR. TKO'S SANDRO MARCOS IN 6 ROUNDS (135 LBS.)
Luis Ramos Jr. (12-0, 7 KO's) is one of the fastest and best rising prospects in boxing. This 21 year old southpaw, dominated Sandro Marcos (29-20-2, 24 KO's) last night with vicious uppercuts, stopping the veteran in 6 rounds.
In the 1st round, Ramos demonstrated superior hand speed, good balance and the ability to land clean punches. At one point, Marcos was caught leaning forward and got nailed with a left uppercut. Ramos then fired and landed a vicious right uppercut - right hook combination that dropped the veteran.
In round 2, Ramos peppered Marcos with left uppercuts, straight lefts and right hooks. Marcos landed a solid overhand right and left hook. Ramos continued to fire sharp, accurate punches and was landing them at will.
Round 3 was a better round for Marcos. Marcos landed a short left hook to Ramos' head. Then, Marcos landed a straight right followed by a left hook to the body and head. Ramos responded with a straight left and landed some vicious uppercuts inside.
Rounds 4-5 were also dominated by Ramos as he started to wear down Marcos. Ramos landed a left uppercut - straight left combination that hurt Marcos in round 4. Ramos started to land a series of right hooks to the body. Ramos hit Marcos with a straight left - right hook combination in the body. A left uppercut landed with Marcos' back touching the ropes. Marcos' face was very swollen at the end of the 5th round.
Finally, Ramos hit Marcos in the 6th round with a sharp and vicious left uppercut - right hook combination that dropped Marcos to one knee. Marcos rose to his feet, but the referee halted the bout.
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In the main event, 20 year old Derrick Wilson (5-0-1, 2 KO's) from Fort Myers, Florida, knocked out 22 year old Charles Huerta (11-1, 6 KO's) with a big left hook under a minute in the 1st round. Huerta landed a left hook to Wilson's head. Wilson countered with an overhand right that missed. Then, Huerta missed with a left hook, but got nailed with a devastating left hook to the head from Wilson. Huerta could not beat the referee's 10 count.
In other action, heavyweight Herman Binek (8-1, 6 KO's) defeated Yohan Banks (2-3-2, 1 KO) by a 4 round unanimous decision.
Also, in a junior welterweight bout, Carlos Molina improves his record to (8-0, 4 KO's) by stopping Eber Luis Perez (9-13-1, 7 KO's) in 4 rounds. In the 4th and final round, Molina landed a nasty left uppercut that stunned Perez. Then, Molina threw and landed a series of left hooks and straight rights. The referee promptly stopped the bout with Perez's back against the ropes.