Once Beaten Ruslan Provodnikov (22-1, 14 KO’s) crushed Jose Reynoso (16-3-1, 3 KOs) inside two rounds on Friday night at the Omega Products International in Corona Ca.
The Riverside fighter fought a perfect first round, allowing Provodnikov to come forward as he picked his shots but in the second Reynoso didn’t have the firepower to hold off the Russian. Two consecutive right hands stunned Reynoso while right cross sent him crumbling to the canvas. Referee Raul Caiz Jr. waved off the contest at 1:52. A steady stream of blood flowed out of Reynoso’s nose as he made his way back to his corner after the fight was called.
Martin Stops Castaneda
San Diego’s Christopher Martin (24-2-3, 7 KOs) stopped once-beaten Roberto Castaneda (19-2-1, 14 KOs) in the sixth round of a scheduled eight. “The SD Kid” was simply the more accurate fighter from the opening bell. Castaneda mounted a small rally in the fourth but a right hook to the gut in the fifth had him on the canvas in pain. Castaneda would beat the count and make it to the sixth where a patient Martin went on the attack and eventually landed a perfect left hook to the body that sent Castaneda crashing to the canvas once again. Castaneda would make it to his feet by the count of eight but would not be allowed to continue. Referee Ray Cantu waved it off at 2:31 of the sixth round.
Osuna Dominates Johnson
Super welterweight Angel Osuna (8-3-1, 4 KOs) scored a unanimous decision over Dashon Johnson (13-6-3, 4 KOs) after six one-sided rounds. Johnson came out aggressive in the first but an all out body assault by Osuna in the second and third took all the fight out of him. Johnson looked to land one big shot while Osuna continued the head-body attack and earned scores of 60-54 on all three cards.
Acevedo and Martinez draw
Riverside’s Aaron Acevedo (1-0, 1 KO) and Daniel Martinez (0-0-1) fought to a four round majority draw. Martinez looked to keep the fight at a distance while Acevedo pressed the action and worked from the inside. Acevedo seemed to out work his opponent in the first but the quicker Martinez rallied back in the second. The third saw Acevedo on the attack while an exhausted Martinez tried to fend him off. After a close fourth, one judge surprisingly had Martinez ahead with a score of 39-37 but was over ruled by the deciding two who saw it even at 38-38. Standnfight.com had it 39-37 for Acevedo.
Watsonville’s Oscar Godoy (7-2, 3 KOs) scored a four round unanimous decision over Robert Crespo (4-2). Though the rounds seemed close, it was Godoy who was the more active and accurate fighter after four tough rounds.
In female action, Lizette Medel (7-1-1) took a four round unanimous decision over Tatina Anderson (5-2-1, 4 KOs). Mendel, out of Maywood, simply out boxed the big puncher en route to the dominate decision. Scores were a 59-55, 58-56 and 60
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