Jose Ramirez vs. Mike Reed Undercard Results
Results from Fresno, CA at the SaveMart Center prior to the televised portion of the ESPN fight card of Jose Ramirez vs.Mike Reed.
Andy Vences (20-0) vs. Jairo Ochoa (18-13)
Andy Vences dominated from the opening bell to get a one punch knockout with his right hand in the second round.
Alexander Besputin (8-0) vs. Juan Ruiz (20-1)
In a wild affair in which both fighters had moments, Besputin, in fact, might have even been dropped in one of the early rounds, but was ruled a slip, saw Besputin’s power takeover late as he steadily walked down his opponent until he stopped him with a brutal one punch KO.
Winner: Alexander Besputin via KO
Bryan Lua (2-0) vs. Eric Rodriguez (0-1)
Bryan Lua of nearby Madera, CA comes to the ring with trainer Robert Garcia to start the bout. Rodriguez starts aggressively putting a lot of pressure on Lua who withstands an onslaught to fire back his own in the middle portion of the round. Lua caught Rodriguez with a solid right hook in the second round to win the round. Lua landing hard punches in the third round while working good angles. Lua dropped Rodriguez in the fourth round.
Winner: Bryan Lua via unanimous decision (40-35,40-35,40-35
Alex Saucedo (26-0) vs. Gustavo Vittori (20-3-1)
Saucedo presses the action while Vittori counter punches Saucedo in spurts. Saucedo drops Vittori with a left uppercut to start the third round, Vittori took the full eight count. Vittori dropped again with a flurry of punches. Alex Saucedo with a highlight reel left hook KO that lays out Vittori who is motionless in the ring.
Winner: Alex Saucedo via KO (1:16, 3rd round)
Maxim Dadashev (9-0) vs. Clarence Booth (15-4)
Dadshev working in close quarter pushing forward on Booth as he is catching and shooting punches. A Dadashev right hook at the end of the second round nearly drops Booth. Dadshev in his most complete performance as a professional fighter stops the game veteran with constant movement and onslaught. Most impressive performance of Dadashev’s career, his last few performances have been brilliant, a fighter
Winner: Maxim Dadashev via TKO (referee stoppage, round 4)
Quilisto Madera (7-1) vs. Evan Torres (7-5)
The fight starts with Torres pushing forward in the middle of the round Madera got caught with an overhand right that was landed when pulled back with his hands low. Madera was getting in exchanges with Torres and the second round began to get the better of them. Madera when on the ropes would get caught with shots though with his hands low.
Madera and Torres engage in the pocket with hooks until Torres goes down from a shot the referee ruled to be low. The fight is very close, lots of exchanges in which both fighters landed clean. Hard fight to score.
Winner: Evan Torres via split decision
(39-37 Madera, 39-37 Torres, 39-37 Torres
Amir Imam (21-1) vs. Johnny Garcia (19-6)
Amir Imam dominates the first round and cuts Garcia under the left with a well-jab as an ill-fated Garcia punch misses. Imam in complete control only time he was hit was at the end of the third round when a grazing right hand hit him. Garcia was dropped with a body shot in the fourth round. Garcia makes it to the end of the round, but Garcia refuses to answer the bell for the fifth round.
Winner: Amir Imam (TKO 3:00)
Vislan Dalkhaev (9-1) vs. Fernando Fuentes (14-7-1)
First bout has begun in Fresno, CA in front of the Save Mart Center. Dalkhaev was forced backward by the third round by Fuentes. The round seemingly blurred together with Fuentes pressing the action and forcing the fight in the pocket with a lot of wide punches some of which landed. Dalkhaev did his best to use his boxing acumen.
Fuentes dropped Dalkhaev dropped in the fifth round. Dalkhaev finishes strong, seems like too little, too late.
Winner: Fernando Fuentes via unanimous