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Quigley Wins by KO, Calls Out Munguia

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Costa Mesa (January 23, 2020)- Jason Quigley (17-1 13KO’s) of Ireland returned to The Hangar venue for his second straight fight and had an impressive performance against Fernando Marin (16-4-3 12KO’s) of Mexico. In the first two rounds, Quigley set the tempo putting the pressure with power shots. In the third, Quigley landed a right hand to Marin’s eye that dropped him and forced the referee to stop the fight at 1:47 of round three.

“I’ve never called a fighter out before in my life, but Jaime Munguia beat one of my fellow Irish country men. I’m not calling him out as disrespect. That’s one of the fights I want”, said Quigley.

KEROBYAN KOS COSIO IN ROUND 2

Ferdinand Kerobyan (13-1 8KO’s) defeats Azael Cosio (21-8-2 18KO’s) via TKO. In the first round, Kerobyan floored Cosio twice with two strong left jabs. Cosio had a hard time staying on his feet due to the hard punches but also due to the shoes he was wearing, causing him to slip multiple times. In the second round, Kerobyan jumped on Cosio with powerful combinations forcing the referee to step in and stop the bout at 2:07 mark of the round.

NISTOR GETS KO VICTORY IN ROUND 1

In a heavyweight bout, Mihai Nistor (1-0 1KO’s) knocked out Jaime Solorio (12-3-2 9KO’s) in the 2:24 mark of round number one. Nistor knocked down Solorio twice in the round with an overhand right, but unfortunately Solorio was unable to beat the count the second time. Nistor remained undefeated and improved hi KO streak to two.   

MORALES STAYS PERFECT

Gregory Morales (10-0 6KO’s) defeated Giovanni Delgado (16-9 9KO’s) via TKO in the fourth round. Morales dominated Delgado from the opening bell with vicious combinations. In the third round, Morales managed to drop Delgado twice, the first knockdown coming from a straight right and the second knockdown coming from a left hook. 58 seconds into the fourth round, the referee saw enough and waived the fight off when Delgado was dropped for a third time by a combination.  

REYES WINS BY UD

In the first bout of the night, Eduardo Reyes (9-17 6KO’s) defeated Daniel Perales (11-19-2 5KO’s) by unanimous decision. The fight was fought mostly in the middle of the ring with both fighters exchanging combinations, but it was Reyes that landed the harder punches. Two judges had the fight 40-36 and one judge had the fight 39-37 all in favor for the fighter out of Tamaulipas, Mexico.   

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