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Morales stays unbeaten

On Friday night Gary Shaw Productions and the Chumash Resort Casino in Santa Ynez, Calif., enjoyed another cell out crowd for their show titled “Central Coast Championship Night.”
The main event featured undefeated super-bantamweight standout Roman Morales (14-0, 7 KOs) vs. Jose Iniguez (6-15, 1 KO).  Morales, known for his great body punching, used all his tools to come out victorious against Iniguez.  After five dominating rounds, Morales ended the bout with a vicious body shot.  With the win, Morales looks to march on toward a regional title, a shot he hopes to get by the end of the year.
“I’m happy with my performance tonight.” said Morales. “I feel I’m getting better with each fight.  I’m getting different looks each time out and I really believe it’s going to benefit my career as I move forward with my career.  My goal is to get ranked in the top ten by all sanctioning organizations by the end of the year and hopefully fight for a small title shortly after.”
Underdard Results
Local super-welterweight Francisco Santana (15-3-1, 8 KOs) demolished Dustin Reinhold with a first round knockout. 
Tijuana Mexico’s Edwin Solis (4-2-1) defeated Santa Maria native, Ruffino Serrano (13-5) in a 6-round featherweight bout. 
Maria Suarez (3-0-1) of Santa Maria, CA won by unanimous decision against Torrance California’s Abigail Casteneda (3-2-2) in a 6-round bout in the flyweight division.
Miami Florida’s Valentino Knowles (1-0) defeated Alejandro Ochoa (1-4-1) by way of four a round unanimous decision in the super-featherweight division.
Middleweight Eric Prado (1-2-1) of Santa Maria got his first win against Victor Manuel Medina (3-4) of Los Angeles by way of unanimous decision. 
Roy Tapia (4-0-1, 2 KOs) of Los Angeles CA defeated Jesus Adame (2-10-1) of San Bernardino, CA by unanimous decision over 6-rounds in the featherweight division.

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