Premier Boxing Champions – The Next Round on Bounce TV and BounceTV.com on today Friday, September 18 from Full Sail Live at Full Sail University in Winter Park, Florida.
Early Undercard Results
Dennis Galarza 10-1 (7KOs) landed a brutal straight right 2nd round knockout against overmatched Bernardo G Uribe 14-5 (10KOs). Galarza, who fights out of Orlando, FL looked solid, showing a stiff jab along with knockout power.
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Samuel Figueroa 9-0 (4KOs) a prospect out of Puerto Rico defeats a tougher than expected Fernando Paliza 4-1 (10KOs) of Sinaloa, Mexico in an all action bout. Figueroa looked to be in control early but as the fight progressed, Paliza forced the pace, landing some vicious body shots to the shock of most ringside observers. Figueroa, who seemed to be fading late, landed a last second knockdown securing the unanimous decision.
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Opening the card off with a bang Wilky Campfort 21-1 (12KOs) recovers from being floored in the first to score second round Knockout victory against Ronaldo Montes 16-3 (14KOs). The Tampa, native looked surprised near the start of the first round when the Columbian, Monetes landed a flash knockdown with a clean right. The second round Campfort came out much more aggressive scoring a left hook, clearly hurting Monetes. Rolando Montes fought back hard but was stopped with a devastating right with the referee calling it off in late in the second.
The swing bout featured two undefeated Floridians with, Willie Jones 5-0 (2KOs) defeating Jamal Harris 3-1 (1KO) via unanimous decision. Jones at the end of the first round landed a late punch nearly knocking out Harris, resulting in a two-point deduction. After a few minute delay, Willie Jones came back strong winning nearly every round to score a unanimous decision.