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  Hugo Centeno Jr. Remains Unbeaten At Club Nokia

By Carlos Cordoba
Photos: Marlene Marquez

 

Hugo Centeno Jr. along with other budding pugilist closed out the 2011 season of “Fight Night Club,” at Club Nokia in style. The talent laden fight card was as customary presented by Golden Boy Promotions in association AEG and Fox Sports Net.

In the night’s main event, Hugo Centeno Jr. 11-0, 6KOs earned a unanimous decision victory over David Lopez 3-7-3 in the 6 round light middleweight bout.

Oxnard’s Hugo Centeno Jr., 20, controlled the bout since its inception with his height and reach advantage. He peppered Lopez with rangy jabs as the Idaho native retreated in the opening rounds. Round number three saw Lopez make a futile attempt to alter the trajectory of the fight by forcing the action and looking sloppy at the same time. Centeno Jr. quickly regained control of the bout in the following round; albeit, Lopez would make Centeno Jr. earn his keep for the remainder of the bout.

Hugo Centeno Jr. went on to survive a slugfest in round six. The Oxnard fighter proved he could fight inside and even showcased a flashy right uppercut that this writer saw land at least eight times in the final round. All three judges ringside went on to tally the bout 60-54 in favor of the young promising prospect.

Santiago Guevara Pleases Partisan Crowd

In the co-main event, Montebello’s Santiago Guevara 2-0, 1KOs completely obliterated Salvador Cifuentes 1-3 by earning a stoppage in round number two. In front of a partisan crowd, Guevara began the night by scoring his first knockdown in the middle of round one with a right upper cut. He then went on to stun Orange County’s Cifuentes with a left hook at the end of the same round. The following round saw much of the same which forced ref Wayne Hedgpeth to halt the action at the 1:33 mark of round number two of the scheduled 4 round super featherweight fight.

Zachary Wohlman Impresses In Debut

In the television swing bout Zachary Wolhman 1-0 won a spirited unanimous decision victor against Santa Ana’s Ricardo Malfavon 1-7-1, 1 in a four round welterweight bout. The Freddy Roach backed fighter masterfully worked off his stick for the first two rounds of his professional career. He then proceeded to put some nice combos together, one of those combos culminated with a left hook that sent Malfavon spiraling into a 360 spin.

The crowd favorite continued to work his left hook eventually landing one that sent Ricardo Malfavon to the canvas in round number four. At the final bell all three judges scored the bout 40-35 for the partisan fighter out of Hollywood, CA.

Mora v. Krael a Majority Draw

Luis Mora 1-0-1 thought that he had scored a split decision victory against a valiant Cameron Krael 0-0-2 from Las Vegas, NV in a straight war. The bout was a scheduled four round junior welterweight bout. The opening round was explosive as both fighters let loose. The fireworks continued into the second round as Mora walked his opponent down on his way to what we thought was a split decision victory as the scores that were announced reflected the latter. It was later revealed that the correct ringside scores where 38-38, 38-38, 39-37, a majority draw.

Daquan Arnett Earns First Professional Victory


Floridian Daquan 1-0 Arnett defeated Watts Cleven Ishe 3-4 in his professional debut tonight to open the night’s action. The junior middleweight bout went the scheduled four rounds. At the sound of the final bell it was Arnett who earned a hard fought split decision victory with scores of 38-38, 40-36, and 39-37. Andre Berto was in attendance in support of his fellow Floridian.



 

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