Borizteca Boxing/Grito de Guerra Boxing Promotion Show results from 9-19-20

In Bout #1, a six round super lightweight contest, it was 19-year-old Jesus Lopez Perez (6-13-2) from Costa Rica, Sinaloa, Mexico facing the 21-year-old, 148 lb. Rohan Polanco from Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, who was making his Pro Debut after registering 194 wins, 6 losses as an Amateur. Simply put, the hot prospect outboxed Perez from start to finish.

At the close of Bout #1, we see referee Angel Mendez raising the arm of the victorious Rohan Polanco after he rather rudimentarily registered his first victory in his Pro Debut.

Bout #2, a cruiserweight bout, featured the 29-year-old, 6’1 1/2” tall ex-Marine Darnell Price (Global ID 898670) from San Diego, Calif. facing Marcos Raul Ruiz (Global ID 827942) from Tepic, Nayarit, Mexico.

As Ruiz (left) looked over at his opponent, one can only imagine his thoughts: “Boy oh boy did I do some miscalculating or what? Is this what 6’1 and a 1/2 inches tall looks like? ”
Trainer Vince Parra: “Now be careful! This guy must be one fearless dude!”

“Are you sure I’m supposed to fight this little Dude? Get the stretcher ready.”

Marcos Raul “Chocolate” Ruiz: “If I duck down real low, maybe he won’t be able to hit me.”
And then the punches started coming, Bam! Bam! Bam! Bam!

The way Bout #3 began, you had to figure it wasn’t going to last that long. Both Mexico City’s Elio German Rafael (15-3, 9 KOs) (blue trunks) and Tijuana’s Alan Carrillo (11-4, 8 K0s) (light grey trunks) were winding up to deliver the big bombs.

During the break, the advice from both corners was simple: “Don’t get caught by one of his all or nothing bombs!”
After awhile it became clear Elio German Rafael was getting the best of their explosive battle.
This was not the way Alan Carrillo had planned it. According to the ring announcer, the official time of the referee’s stoppage came at 10 seconds of Round #7.

With the impressive victory, the 36-year-old southpaw, Elio German Rafael from Mexico City by way of Argentina, (Global ID 652891), registered his 16 victory, 10th by stoppage while the 25-year-old Alan Carrillo from Tijuana (Global ID 773044) suffered just his fifth loss, only third by stoppage.

Before Bout #4 began, you couldn’t help notice this adversarial relationship the 35-year-old Ramon “Cholo” Barajas (12 wins, 21 losses, 4 Draws) (left) from Tepic, Nayarit, Mexico was showcasing for the benefit of the 32-year-old very relaxed Mark “The Bazooka” De Luca (right) from Quincy, Massachusetts (26 wins, just 2 losses with 14 KOs). Then, watching the preflight intimidator’s ferocity dissipate… priceless. Pancho Villa and tries to bully the mild-mannered opponent, act so tough that his opponent begins to cower. typical situations two gents who would make ideal leads in an adversarial situation comedy at a local high school. featuring the time honored “Racially charged, I am so much better than you.” to
in a Novella on Netflix The six round bout will be long remembered. It was one of those bouts you just had to see to believe. Interesting to note: Over Mark De Luca’s illustrious 13 year career in Boxing, the former IBA World Super Welterweight Champion has lost just twice. Once to Kell Brook (a former World Champion) and once to Walter Wright (a Champion as well). DeLuca was able to get his revenge against Wright but never got an opportunity to face Kell Brook a second time. 
Before the start of this festive “Cholo” versus “Gringo” match, we see referee Angel Mendez giving his final instructions to Ramon Barajas (l) and Mark DeLuca (r).

Bout #4, it was Mark “The Bazooka” De Luca (right) From the outset, the Ramon “Cholo” Barajas from Tepic, Nayarit, Mexico a boxing lesson while switching back and forth from the orthodox and southpaw stances.

After pounding me for six solid rounds, now you want to be my best buddy? Okay!

In Bout #5, a featherweight clash, it was the 22-year-old Mario Alberto “El Guero” Ramirez (Global ID 767438) from Camalu, B. C., Mexico (14-1-1, 4 KOs) winning an unanimous decision over Adalberto Garcia (Global ID 736899) who now drops to (6-12-5, 2 KOs). Ramirez out-boxed Garcia every step of the way.

In Bout #6, it was the 27-year-old, 5’8” tall Manuel Rey Rojas (20-4, 6 KOs) from Dallas, Texas (Global ID 570346) stopping the 32-year-old Jorge Luis “Conejo” Alvarez Avila (3-10-1, 2 KOs) from Tepic, Nayarit, Mexico (Global ID 567739) at the 1:33 mark of round two.

Bout #7 featured the 20-year-old Angel Israel Rodriguez (Global ID 859802) (7-0, 4 KOs) from Pico Rivera, Calif. stopping 28-year-old Alfredo Diaz Minjarez (4-4, 4 KOs) from Tepic, Nayarit, Mexico (Global ID#609497) at the 1:33 mark of round two.

After eight full rounds in Bout #8, the Co-Main Event, the judges scorecards read Sergio Lechuga 78-74, Jesse Hernandez 78-74 and Alejandro Rochin 77-75 all for your winner by an unanimous decision Carlos “Mini” Norberto Lopez (Global ID 779419) who simply outworked/outscored his opponent Breenan Rhyes Macias (Global ID 859802) from Goodyear, Arizona who now drops to (7-1-2, 4 KOs). With the victory the busier/more accurate Lopez improved to (13-0-2 with 4 KOs) and won the vacant WBC’s World Youth Bantamweight Title.

In Bout #9, the Main Event of the evening, it was Kevin “Diamond Boy” Torres (Global ID 775110) of Chula Vista, Calif. (17-1-1, 14 KOs) going nonstop to earn a unanimous decision over Jose “Pipino” Cuevas (Global ID 766007) who then dropped to (13-2-1, 11 KOs). As this bout progressed, it appeared Torres’ punches began to land with even more authority. They became even stronger and more accurate as he wore his opponent down.

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