Manuel Gallegos New NBA Americas
Super Middleweight Champion
Fighting at home, Manuel “Meno” Gallegos (18-1, 15 KOs)
captured the vacant NBA Americas Super Middleweight
Championship last night in the main event on another
installment of RJJ Boxing on UFC FIGHT PASS, presented by
RJJ Boxing Promotions and De La O Promotions, at Benito
Juarez Auditorium, Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico.
Gallegos won a unanimous 10-round decision over Roy Jones,
Jr.-trained Kevin “The Second Coming” Newman (11-3-1, 6
KOs), fighting out of Las Vegas. Newman had two points
In the co-featured event, Pablo “Diamente” Robles (15-2, 19
KOs) upset previously unbeaten WBO Latino featherweight
champion Alan “Cachorro” Solis (13-1-1, 7 KJOs), rated No.
12 by the WBO, in a battle of Mexican featherweights. Robles
dropped and stopped Solis in the third round of their
In a Special Lightweight Attraction, WBC Youth Silver
Lightweight Champion Luis “Koreano” Torres (12-0, 8 KOs)
remained undefeated, taking a one-sided 10-round unanimous
decision from veteran Diego “Pato” Eligio (20-6-1, 8 KOs) in
a non-title match. Torres set the pace early, pressuring
former WBC FECOMBOX titlist Eligio from the start, and
landing the more impactful punches throughout the fight.
Mexican lightweight Nazario Castro (6-2, 3 KOs) handed
Ricardo “El Rojas” Bracamontes (6-1, 3 KOs) his first los as
a professional by way of a 6-round unanimous decision,
opening the UFC FIGHT PASS live stream.
Lightweight Jose Alberto “Jortito” Lugo Cota (4-0, 3 KOs),
19, blasted out Mario “Belocka” Duran (3-3, 2 KOs) in the
opening round, while Florida middleweight Andrew Murphy
(3-0, 2 KOs) pounded the body of Luis Jesus Alcarez (2-5),
knocking down his opponent that closed the show midway
through round one.