Boxing Results: Frank “The Ghost” Martin Stops Jerry Perez in L.A. Tuesday!
By Ken Hissner: At the Shrine Exposition Center in L.A., CA, Tuesday night Premier Boxing Champions and TGB Promotions – Tom Brown over Fox S1 Main Event unbeaten lightweight Frank “The Ghost” Martin stopped Jerry Perez of Oak Hills, CA, in seven lopsided rounds.
In the Main Event southpaw Lightweight Frank “The Ghost” Martin, 13-0 (10), #134 ¼, of Detroit, MI, stopped Jerry “The Joker” Perez, 13-1 (10), 134 ¾, of Oak Hills, CA, at 2:59 of the seventh in a lopsided fight scheduled for 10.
In the first six rounds it was all Martin while it seemed Perez was bewildered fighting a southpaw rarely landing a punch. In the seventh round a left from Martin on the chin knocked Perez down on his back for a nine count from referee Jerry Cantu. Upon getting up Martin was all over him until Cantu called a halt in this one sided fight.
Light heavyweight Olympian southpaw “Sir” Marcus Browne, 24-1 (16), #179 ¼, of Cateret, NJ, defeated Russia’s Denis “Drago’s Son” Grachev, 20-13-1 (11), #180, of San Diego, CA, over 10 rounds.
Super Middleweight Armando “El Toro” Resendiz, 12-0 (8), #164 ½, of Nieva, MEX, won a spit decision over Quilisto “Quilo the Kid” Madera, 12-3 (8), #165, of Stockton, CA, over 8 rounds.
In the fourth round Resendiz rocked Madera with a right on the chin. In the seventh round Madera was cut on the left eyebrow due to a clash of heads. In the eighth and final round Madera stormed out needing a knockout but Resendiz held his own.
Scores were 77-75 Madera with 78-74 and 77-75 for Resendiz as did this writer have it. Referee was Thomas Taylor.
Light Heavyweight Burley “Havoc” Brooks, 6-2 (5), #171 ¼, of Dallas, TX, lost a disputed decision to Cameron “The Puerto Rican Bakugo” Rivera, 9-6-3 (6), #170 ½, of File, WA, over 6 rounds.
In the first three rounds the taller Brooks used a good body attack. In the fourth round Brooks landed a low blow dropping Rivera. In the sixth and final round after a third warning referee Thomas Taylor took away a point from Brooks.
Scores were 57-56 twice and 58-55 for Rivera while this writer had it 58-55 Brooks. Super Lightweight Amon “King” Rashidi, 8-2-1 (6), #142 ¼, of Dallas, TX, lost to Jesus “Bam Bam” Silveyra, 9-6-2 (3), #141 ¼, of Nuevo Leon, MEX, who was coming back after 3 years over 8 rounds.
In the second round Silveyra drew blood from the nose of Rashidi with a solid right. In the next four rounds Silveyra continued out punching Rashidi. In the seventh round Rashidi hurt Silveyra halfway through the round with a left hook on the chin having him holding on the rest of the round. In the eighth and final round Silveyra came back to take the final round out working Rashidi.
Scores were 78-74 and 79-73 twice as did this writer have it.
Super Welterweight Travon Marshall, 1-0 (1), #152 ¾, of Capitol, MD, stopped Christian Marron, 0-2 (0), #156 ¾, of Bakersfield, CA, at 0:33 of the first round of a scheduled 4 rounds.
In the first round Marron rushed into a Marshall right uppercut into the solar plexis and down he went for the count though trying to get up he fell to the canvas from count of referee Jerry Cantu.
Super Bantamweight southpaw Juan Muro, Jr. 0-1 (0), #120 1/2, of Bakersfield, CA, in spite of scoring a knockdown, was defeated by Ezequiel Flores, 1-0 (0), #121 ½, of Riverside, CA, over 4 rounds.
In the second round a left from the taller southpaw Muro on the chin of Flores and down he went for an 8-count from referee Thomas Taylor. In the third and fourth rounds Flores came back well getting under the reach of Muro.
Scores were all 38-37 as well was this writer’s score.
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