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Luis Garcia, Prenice Brewer win in Pleasanton, CA

In front of a sold-out crowd in Pleasanton, CA at the Alameda County Fairgrounds, Squarevision Entertainment returned with its inaugural champion, Luis “Vicious” Garcia (10-1-1 7KOs) got a seventh-round TKO victory over Jhonathan Zamudio (1-5-4 1KO) in an action-packed main event. Zamudio started strong, but the pressure and power of Garcia started to effect Zamudio. The fight was stopped in the seventh round Zamudio didn’t look hurt from per say, but was not throwing back any punches after a Garcia barrage which lead to the stoppage.

The co-main event saw junior welterweight Prenice Brewer (20-4-1 8KOs) outbox Carlos Lozano (8-9 4KOs) in a six-round bout. Brewer looked good, but also got hit a bit too much for one’s liking with his pedigree. Brewer after the bout explained that he had a shoulder injury that acted up during the fight.
The Square Warriors junior middleweight tournament which is for the Square Warriors title and a promotional contract with the company saw their finals take shape. Chris “The Warrior” Washington (2-0 1KO) defeated Tony “Pretty Boy” Hernandez (1-1) by way of a four-round decision, Washington dropped Hernandez in the first round.  Washington had to rally back in the third and fourth rounds as Hernandez put a lot of pressure on the young fighter.
In the other bout of the tournament, Ruben Torres (2-0 1KO) of Sacramento, Ca defeated Jared Ejigu (0-2). Torres from the famed Sacramento Bloodhounds boxing gym ran by boxing legend Ray Woods. Torres put constant pressure on Ejigu, who despite his long six-foot four-inch frame was unable to keep Torres off him.
Chris Washington will face Ruben Torres in the finals later this year.
Cruiserweight Evan Gubera (1-0 1KO) brutally stopped previously unbeaten cruiserweight Fernando Caro (3-1) in the first-round of their bout scheduled for four rounds. Caro came forward and walked into a bunch of Gubera’s straight left hands from the southpaw position, one of which sent him to the ropes as he turtled up, forcing the ref to stop the bout.
Cruiserweight Davin Clark (1-0) defeated Ignacio Zambrano (2-3) by way of a four-round decision as Clark was too tricky for Zambrano, who couldn’t handle the movement of Clark, who had eleven MMA fight, but is only now making his professional boxing debut.
Women’s bantamweight Iris Contreras (2-0) picked up a majority decision win over Beki Light (0-2) in a very competitive bout. Contreras won the first round, but the last three appeared very close with Contreras bleeding from her mouth. The bout was very close
Super middleweight Tony Munoz (1-0 1KO) got a first-round KO over Aaron Hamilton in the opening bout, the end came a little after a minute.
Jasper McCargo who was supposed to fight saw his bout fall through on fight day when his opponent never entered the venue. The day prior cruiserweight Mike Russell lost his opponent who pulled out of the bout a day before weigh-in.
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