There was a good bill last night at Centro Banamex in Mexico City with Juan Palacios, 26-2 (21), stopping Eric Ramirez, 26-7-1 (19), in the tenth frame to retain the Interim WBC minimumweight title.
Hard punching Nicaraguan Palacios has lived up to his "El Exterminador" nickname by posting his fifth straight stoppage in addition to his 15th consecutive win.
Super flyweight Ana Maria Torres, 18-3-2 (11), outpointed Usanakorn Kokietgym, 4-1 (4), over ten for the WBC Female crown and Gerson Guerrero, 34-8 (26), stopped Enrique Quevedo, 8-3 (5), in the ninth to capture the vacant NABF super flyweight belt.
Former WBO light flyweight champ Hugo Fidel Cazares, 30-6-1 (22), continued his comeback following two losses to Ivan Calderon with a first round KO of Margarito Lopez, 10-23-1 (5), at super bantam.
Moving now to Argentina, Club Once Unidos in Mar del Plata saw ex-WBC light fly title challenger Luis Alberto Lazarte, 43-9-1 (18), finish off Pedro Cardenas, 11-6 (6), in the second to retain the South American title.
At Estadio FAB in Buenos Aires, former light welter contender Omar Weis, 40-8-3 (17), dropped Sergio Javier Benitez, 11-22-3 (2), in the fourth at light middle before winning a six round UD.
On Friday, veteran super feather Fernando David Saucedo, 36-4-3 (1), outpointed Miguel Leonardo Caceres, 13-14-2 (4), over four rounds at Sociedad de Fomento San Emilio at Florencio Varela.
Going back to Mexico, hammer-fisted super flyweight prospect Hugo Ruiz, 20-1 (20), stopped Esau Gaona, 15-7-1 (10), in the seventh at Polideportivo in Los Mochis.
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