At Fontainebleau Las Vegas, Las Vegas, Nevada, Saturday on DAZN, promoter Eddie Hearn (Matchroom Boxing), presented in the Main Event Super Lightweight IBF No American, WBC Silver and WBO NABO champion won a disputed decision over Gustavo “El Electrico” Lemos.

In the co-Main Event VWBC USA and WBO International Super Middleweight champion Diego Pacheco defeated Shawn “The Amazing” McCalman over ten rounds.

In the Main Event 2016 Olympian, IBF North American, WBC Silver and WBO NABO Super Lightweight champion Richardson Hitchins, 18-0 (7), #139.8, of Brooklyn, NY, won a disputed decision over Gustavo “El Electrico” Lemos, 29-1 (19), #138.4, of Tres Arroyos, Bueno Aires, ARG, over 12 rounds, in an IBF title eliminator.

In the first round Lemos out landed, outworked Hitchins rocking him with an overhand right at the bell. In the second round Lemos continued dominating Hitchins. In the third round Hitchins did more holding than fighting losing another round.

In the fourth and fifth Lemos outworked Hitchins. In the sixth round Hitchins who had been warned for hitting behind the head by Referee Raul Caiz, Jr. In the seventh round Lemos got inside taking it to Hitchins.

In the eighth round Lemos had Hitchins hurt early having him hold throughout the round as Lemos took it to him landing twenty power shots. In the ninth round Referee Caiz, Jr. should be at least warning if not taking a point from Hitchens for continuous holding. Lemos takes another round.

In the tenth round when Hitchens not holding, he is scoring with his right to the chin while Lemos goes to the body. In the eleventh round both had their moments with Lemos finishing the stronger of the two.

In the twelfth and final round Lemos did the punching and Hitchens the holding still without penalty from the referee Caiz, Jr.
Scores 117-111, 115-113 twice, Hitchens, 117-111 Lemos, KH.

In the Co-Main Event WBC USA and WBO International Super Middleweight champ Diego “C4” Pacheco, 21-0 (17), #167.4, of South Central L.A., CA, dominated “The Amazing” Shawn McCalman, 15-1 (7), #167.6, of Aurora, CO, over 10 unexciting rounds.

In the first round Pacheco was blocking every punch McCalman was throwing forcing him to hit Pacheco behind the head at the bell. In the second round McCalman made it close. From the third through the seventh it was Pacheco ahead.

In the eighth Pacheco knocked out the mouthpiece of McCalman. In the ninth McCalman continued too much holding. In the tenth and final round Pacheco did all the fighting. Afterwards McCalman jumped on the ropes as if he won. Won what doing the most holding?

Scores 98-92, 97-93 and 96-94 and 98-92 KH.

2020 Olympian southpaw Featherweight Skye Nicolson, 109-0 (1), #125.6, of Yatala, Queensland, AUST, easily defeated the former IBF Feather champ Sarah Mahfoud, 14-2 (3), #125, of Copenhagen, DEN, over 10X2 rounds, winning the vacant WBC World Featherweight title.

In the first three rounds Nicolson out worked Mahfoud. In the fifth round Nicolson continued landing punch after punch starting with an effective jab. In the fourth and fifth rounds Nicolson continued to dominate.

Half a minute remaining in the sixth Nicolson landed a solid left to the midsection of Mahfoud making her grimace. In the seventh and eighth rounds Nicolson was too quick and too acerate for Mahoud. In the ninth Nicolson won another one. In the tenth and final round Nicolson finished with a shutout.

Scores 100-90 twice and 99-91, 100-90 KH.

2016 Olympian Gold Medalist and WBC International Flyweight champ southpaw Galal Yafai, 7-0 (5), #111.6, of Birmingham, West Midlands, UK, stopped former WBO International Light Fly champ Agustin “El Avion” Gauto, 21-2 (15), #111.2, of Lanus, Bueno Aires, ARG, at 2:40 of the eighth round of a scheduled 10 rounds.

In the first rounds final minute Yafai rocked Gauto with a left on the chin of Gauto. From the second through the fourth rounds Yafai dominated. In the fifth after a minute Gauto landed a solid right on the chin of Yafai and again at the bell an overhand right on the chin of Yafai. Yafai warned twice for pushing.

In the sixth round there was a clash of heads causing a cut on the left eyebrow of Yafai. In the eighth with blood running down the left side of his face Yafai hurt Gauto with a left on the chin followed by a flurry of punches forcing Referee Raul Caiz, Jr. to call a halt.

Marc Castro, 12-0 (8), #130, of Fresno, CA, defeated former NABF Feather champ Abraham Montoya, 22-6-1 (14), #129, of Mexicali, Baja California, MEX, over 10 rounds for the vacant WBC Continental Americas Super Featherweight title.

In the first three rounds Montoya followed and walked into counter punches from Castro. In the fourth round both slugged it out for the entire round.

In the fifth round it was easy to see why Montoya hasn’t been stopped in his 28 fights showing he takes a good punch. In the seventh round Castro keeps winning every round. Wasn’t until the last minute of this round Montoya landed his best punch, a left hook on the chin of Castro. In the eighth round Montoya finally took one out landing Castro.

In the ninth round another slugfest with Montoya having an edge. Head clash caused cut on Castro’s left eyebrow. In the tenth and final round Castro became the aggressor winning it big with a solid final punch on the chin of Montoya.

Referee Mike Ortega. Scores 100-90, 98-92, 97-93, 98-92 KH.
Super Flyweight Steven Navarro, 1-0 (1), #115.6, of L.A., CA, Jose Lopez, 4-3-3 (0), #114.8, of Puebla, MEX, Ridgewood, NY, 6 rounds.

Winning all five rounds Navarro finished off Lopez in the sixth and final round.

Lightweight Harley “Dennis the Menace” Mederos, 6-0 (5), #134.6, of Brooklyn, NY, stopped Pedro “El Apostol” Vicente Scharbaai, 7-7-1 (2), #?134.8 of Mayaguez, PR, at 0:40 of the fourth round of a scheduled 6 rounds.

In the first and second rounds Mederos scored knockdowns.

The Referee was Allen Huggins.

Ring Announcer David Diamante


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