Boxing Result

Guinn ends losing skid, KOs Frazier

By John Cannon at ringside

On Friday night, there was a “Bigfoot” sighting at the Pharr Events Center. However, a “Southern Disaster” sent him right across the Texas state line and back to Louisiana. Houston’s Dominic “Southern Disaster” Guinn (34-9-1, 25 KO’s) snapped his three fight losing streak as he defeated Stacy Frazier of Louisiana by second round knockout in the main event of “Pure Pride II” at the Pharr Events Center.

“I am glad I shook off this losing streak,” said Guinn. “My plan was to end it early and I am glad to get the victory.”

Early in the first round, Frazier connected with a straight right hand which stunned Guinn. However, Guinn responded in the second as he caught Frazier with a right hook which sent him to the canvas.

Guinn continued the onslaught as he applied tons of pressure to Frazier and sent him crashing to the canvas for a second time with another right hook, thus causing the referee to stop the bout at the 1:51 mark of the second round.

“I wanted to make a statement tonight and show everyone that I am not a has been,” said Guinn. “I feel I am ready for the top dogs and want to take on Wladimir Klitschko. My dream is to knockout Klitschko and stand over him with the belts.”

“Then I plan on fighting him for a second time and beating him again.”

In the co-main event, Juan Copado (4-0-1) and DuShawn Williams (4-10-1) fought to a split draw.

In other action, Edinburg’s Randy Fuentes (3-0-1) kept his perfect record intact as he scored a unanimous decision victory over Houston native Reynaldo Blanco (2-1) while Pharr’s Manuel Mendez (1-1) won his first professional fight by defeating two-time Junior Olympic Champion James Burns (1-1) of Dallas.

Also victorious was Martin Gonzalez (1-1)of Edinburg as he defeated Dallas native Angel De Jesus (0-2) by unanimous decision and Jesus Rocha (1-0-1) picked up his first professional win by defeating Ivan Ceron (1-2) by unanimous decision in the opening bout.

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