Fiel fight a no-contest, Morton fights to draw in SF
In front of a nearly sold-out crowd in San Francisco, CA at the USF War Memorial Gym Squarevision Entertainment held a pro-am card that featured eight amateur bouts and three professional bouts.
The main event saw an unsavory end to the bout as Adam Fiel (9-0 4KOs) of Vacaville, CA picked up a no-contest against Jesus Sandoval (5-10-3 1KO). Fiel was landing clean punches on a hard charging Sandoval, but in a quick flurry that was hard to tell whether it was a head clash or punch Sandoval was cut. The referee deemed it being from a head butt and the bout was stopped before the fight even began as the fight never made it out of the first round.
An interesting fact, this is Adam Fiel second no contest in his last three fights.
The co-main event saw Richmond, CA’s Luis Garcia (6-0-1 5KOs) picked up a TKO win over a game John Lewis (5-3 2KOs) by way of third stoppage. The two exchanged punches, but Garcia got the better as the fight wore on Lewis who was outgunned. The fight was stopped on the ropes after a flurry.
The first professional bout saw San Francisco, CA’s Casey Morton (4-0-3) battle to a draw with Samantha Salazar (1-2-1) in a competitive fight. Morton seemingly landed the cleaner punches, but some scored Salazar’s offensive bursts. ITRBoxing.com’s unofficial scorecard was 39-37 for Morton.
Notable bouts from the amateur bout saw UCLA’s Elizabeth Pratt upset Katrina Nahe, Dalia Gomez of Oakland, CA defeated Alice Kate Aparri in a very close fight, Samuel Salas of Stockton, CA defeated Aaron Chavez, Anthony Arradazza picked up a stoppage win over Trey Terry, Amber Martinez defeated Diana Sanchez, Vicky Zhao decisioned Star Monroe