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• Alfonso Gomez (21-4-2, 10 KOs), Tustin, Calif., by technical unanimous decision over Jesus Soto-Karass (24-4-3, 16 KOs), Los Mochis, Mexico, earns vacant WBC Continental Americas Welterweight (147 pounds) Championship.
(Fight stopped at 2:41 of round six, due to a cut cause by an accidental head-butt. Gomez was leading, 58-54, on one card, and, 57-55, on two other cards. Nevada State Athletic Commission rules state that scorecards must be used to determine a fight's result after four rounds when a head-butt causes the injury)
(Both fighters are in the ring. Soto-Karass, wearing orange and black, is introduced first by Michael Buffer; Gomez, in yellow and black, is second.)
Round 1: After trading jabs, Soto-Karass circles, working off of the jab. Gomez jabs and digs to the body. Gomez beats Soto-Karass to the punch during an exchange. Gomez continues to the body, then to the head and backs off. Gomez's round, 10-9
Round 2: Gomez starts out jabbing, goes to the head. Soto-Karass lands two jabs, but Gomez is seeing his punches. Gomez fires twice to the head, and then jabs twice, successfully. Gomez lands a hard right to Soto-Karass' jaw. A body shot, followed by a hard right hand stuns Soto-Karass. Gomez is much busier and closes strong to put another round in the books. Gomez's round, 10-9
Round 3: Gomez is demonstrating excellent ring generalship, mixing his jab, with upstairs shots to the head and also going to the body. Gomez's jab and two, overhand rights back up Soto-Karass. A head-butt causes a cut over Gomez's right eye. A second head-butt draws a penalty deduction from Soto-Karass by referee Vic Drakulich. Gomez goes back to his movement and sustains his attack, finishing strong, yet again. Gomez's round, 10-8
Round 4: Soto-Karass receives another point-deduction, this time, for hitting low. Gomez maintains a good distnce and boxes from there, moving, jabbing, landing an overhand right. Soto-Karass plods forward, failing to cut off the ring. A four-punch combination lands by Gomez, who then moves away. Soto-Karass lands a stiff jab up the middle. Gomez double-jabs. Gomez closes with a triple-jab and a right hand. Gomez's round, 10-8
Round 5: Soto-Karass enjoys some early moments during a lull for Gomez, going to the body and rising to the head with a six-punch volley. Gomez backs off, as if taking a break, but picks up the tempo during the middle of the round. Soto-Karass pops Gomez's head back with a straight right, hen tags him with a jab that causes the blood to flow from Gomez's right eye. At round's end, Soto-Karass has Gomez on the ropes, and fires with a round-ending, four-punch combination. Soto-Karass's round, 10-9.
Round 6: Soto-Karass starts the round by boxing, then moves forward, although Gomez wins the early exchanges by being busier. Soto-Karass is trying to focus on the eye, but takes a crisp rigt hand, as well as an uppercut from Gomez. Gomez pumps his jab out. Drakulich stops the fight and takes Gomez to his corner, and has the doctor inspect the cut over his right eye. Fight stopped at 2:41 of the round, and we go to the scorecards.
• Yuri Foreman (28-0, eight KOs), Brooklyn, N.Y., over Daniel Santos (33-3-1, 23 KOs), Bayamon, Puerto Rico, dethrones him for Santos' WBA Super Welterweight (154 pounds) Championship.
(Foreman wins, 117-109 on the cards of Robert Hoyle and Jerry Roth, and, 116-110, on that of Clark Sammartino to become the first-ever Israeli fighter to win a professional world championship. Foreman dropped Santos twice in the fight -- once in the second round, and again, in the 12th)
(Foreman enters the ring with the Israeli flag; Santos, in a black, hooded robe)
Round 1: Fighting at range, Foreman jabs to start out. Fires to the head and body. Dances away. Santos, a southpaw, watches him circle right and then left. Santos lands a grazing left. Foreman is patient. Bouncing on his toes. Maintaining distance. Santos is trying to time him, but his inactivity may be giving away the round. Santos digs to the body. Foreman takes it and moves away. Santos lands two lefts at the bell. Even, 10-10.
Round 2: Foreman, trying to become the first Israeli champion, continues his strategy of circling and jabbing. Santos, flat-footed, waits for an opportunity. Foremanclinches, then punches twice to the head during the break. Foreman's jabs are short. The crowd grows restless due to the inactivity. The fighters trade hard right hands. They do so again. During a cliinh, Foreman lands an overhand right that catches Santos flat-footed and drops him. He rises, unhurt, but the knockdown counts. Foreman's round, 10-8.
Round 3: Foreman appears to be more lively. Dancing and moving and being more purposeful with his jab. Foreman grazes Santos with a right. Santos appears to be trying to land the one big blow, and misses wildly. They clinch. Foreman chases Santos to the ropes and lands two right hands to the jaw. Foreman runs in and lands a right hand at the bell. Foreman's round, 10-9
Round 4: Santos looks somewhat bewildered to start the round, backing off and boxing. Foreman's strategy is unchanged, as he jumps in with two, lead right hands and then another. Santos fires a short punch that finds its mark. Foreman pounds Santos during a clinch. Foreman drills a right hand that staggers Santos and has him hanging on, and then follows that up with about 10-to-12, more unanswered punches as the champion hangs on. Foreman's round, 10-9
Round 5: The younger figher, Foreman, 29, has a lot of confidence, and appears to be physically stronger than the 34-year-old Santos. Foreman doubles up on his rights and lefts. Foreman dances away and the champion looks to be unable to pursue. Foreman continues to exploit his advantage and pockets another round. Foreman, 10-9
Round 6: Santos, who has not fought since July of 2008, goes down from an apparent slip early in the round. But he is more and more looking like a shot fighter with questionable footwork unable to keep up with the younger man. Foreman jabs to the body, then counters with a right. Foreman digs another right to the midsection. Santos comes back with a nice jab to the head, but gets roughed-up along the ropes. As Santos backs off, Foreman chases with lead rights and follow-up lefts. Foreman's round, 10-9
Round 7: Foreman drills Santos with a right that floors the champion, but referee Jay Nady rules that the fall was caused by a clash of heads. The contact produces a cut over Foreman's left eye. But after having it checked, the challenger is undeterred and goes back to jabbing, dancing, and moving in. Santos appears to be losing steam. Foreman's round, 10-9.
Round 8: Foreman shakes Santos with a right hand during the middle of the round, moves away, and continues to work behind his jab -- to the head and body. Santos has no answer. Foreman closes with a three-punch combination to cement the round. Foreman's round, 10-9
Round 9: Foreman's jabbing to the head and body continues to bother Santos, who still follows and makes it easy by not punching and failing to cut off the ring. The plodding champion lands a crisp right, however, then takes an uppercut. Santos close the gap and lands thre straight lefts. Santos closes strong, taking his first round of the fight. Santos' round, 10-9
Round 10: A head butt cuts the lip of Santos, causing Nady to give them a brief break. Santos lands a hard right when they resume, and Foreman engages. Santos jabs and lands a followup looping right, but takes a stiff left. Foreman lands three straight rights, the last of which stuns Santos. Foreman jabs and takes a left. Foreman's round, 10-9
Round 11: Foreman drills Santos with two right hands. Then another. Foreman has Santos on the ropes for a four-punch combination. Foreman switches to southpaw and lands a five-punch combination. Santos comes forward, but misses during his charge. Santos, badly cut over his right eye, has it checked by the doctor, who allows the fight to continue. Foreman's round, 10-9
Round 12: Santos sprints out to start the 12th, but misses. As things settle down, Santos takes two shots from Foreman. Santos stalks with intent, and catches Foreman with two punches along the ropes. Foreman dances away, then, alternately, clinches. Santos has blood streaming from his right eye down his cheek. Santos goes down from a left off of a clinch, and it's another knockdown. Santos rises and chases, trying to land a big shot, but Foreman eludes him and wins the round. Foreman's round, 10-8
FanHouse scores the fight, 119-108, for Foreman, the first Israeli professional boxing champion.
• Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. (41-0-1, 30 KOs), Culiacan, Sinoloa, Mexico, by unanimous decision over Troy Rowland (25-3, seven KOs), Grand Rapids, Mich., 10 rounds, middleweights (160 pounds)
(Chavez wins, 97-93, on the card of Paul Smith, 98-92, on that of Dick Houck, and, 99-91, on that of Burt Clements).
Round 1: Rowland comes out jabbing and throwing to the body. Chavez pursues from a crouch, bobbing, weaving, searching for an opening. Chavez hooks. The second Chavez hook is blocked. Chavez hooks to the body, three times. Rowland jabs and comes with two, overhand rights. Chavez's punching potency, however, earns an edge in the round. Chavez's round, 10-9
Round 2: Rowland chases Chavez to the ropes with a reaching, three-punch combination. Chavez goes back to his body attack. Chavez goes topside, and then nails Rowland with a left hook. Rowland is game, landing a right-left to the head. But Chavez, walking through Rowland's jab, closes the gap with a right-left, and then another left. Chavez digs to the body twice near the end of the round with lefts. Chavez's round, 10-9
Round 3: Rowland is busy, but his jab and followups carry little potency. Chavez comes over the top with a right, ducks two blows, and delivers another right hand. Rowland hammers home a right, but takes a left-right in return. Chavez drills twice to the body, and continues to land the more damaging punches. Rowland answers, but, again, with little power. Chavez closes the round with a four-punch combination. Chavez's round, 10-9
Round 4: Chavez is getting tagged, but it's a good thing that he's not in with a more powerful puncher. Chavez spends much of the round backing up and letting Rowland build up points. Later, he moves forward and goes to the body. Rowland drops a right hand in. Rowland's round, 10-9
Round 5: Rowland is the busier fighter early, seemingly encouraged by the previous round's success. But standing in, Rowland takes shots to the body that are more in Chavez's favor. Chavez continues to drive at Rowland's midsection, as the crowd boos at the inactivity. Chavez drills a left and a hard right to Rowland's head, and then, closes the round with the same combination. Chavez's round, 10-9
Round 6: Chavez steps up the pressure, even as Rowland continues to fire away. Chavez's left hand continues to find Rowland's head. A hard right and a left moves Rowland's body. By round's end, Chavez is simply walking through the game Rowland's offerings and pounding to the body and head. Chavez's round, 10-9
Round 7: Rowland jabs and dances away, but Chavez reaches him with a long left and a hook. Chavez is throwing the right punches, and they are slightly harder than Rowland's. Chavez doubles up on a left to the head and body. Rowland fails to take advantage of an opportunity along the ropes, missing twice. Chavez turns the tables, and delivers a right and a left. Chavez closes strong. Chavez's round, 10-9
Round 8: Chavez tries to step up the pressure, landing hard early. By mid-round, Chavez surges with a four-punch combination. Rowland shakes Chavez with a nice right hand, but doesn't follow up. Chavez goes to the body with a left, then to the head with a right. Chavez drills Rowland with a round-ending four-punch combination. Chavez's round, 10-9
Round 9: Chavez begins the first part of the round on his toes, boxing. Rowland follows, but there is no significant intensity with his attack at that point. Soon, Chavez is back in his chest. But the round turns when, along the ropes, Chavez takes a hard right cross. Encourged, Rowland stands, fights, and wins the closing exchange. Rowland's round, 10-9
Round 10: Encouraged, Rowland comes forward throughout the final round. Pressing forward, Rowland matches Chavez, even backing him up for a significant portion of the round. Rowland's courage wins the crowd, and the round. Rowland's round, 10-9
FanHouse scored it 97-93, for Chavez
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