WBC CABOFE heavyweight champion, Manuel “El Toro” Quezada (27-4, 17 KO’s), continued his march in the heavyweight division with a first round TKO over late replacement, Jeff Brownfield on Thiursday night at the Tachi Palace in Lemoore, California. When the bell rang, Quezada went straight to the body and slowly broke down Brownfield who was coming forward throwing wild punches. Entering the final seconds of the round, Quezada battered Brownfield’s body for the last time, knocking him out of the ring. At the 2:59 mark, Brownfield’s corner seen enough and threw in the towel. Quezada was awarded a first round TKO and extends his winning streak to 16 in a row. Quezada, who is currently ranked # 15 by the WBC said, “The time is now for me to step up in competition. I’m looking to fight any of the top heavyweights in the world. I feel I’ve earned the right to get a shot at someone in the top ten. I’m ready for the next level.”
Also, after giving birth to a baby boy and taking a one year layoff from boxing, former WBC lightweight champion, Jessica “The Ragin” Rakcozy (30-3, 10 KO’s), returned to the Tachi Palace Casino where she was victorious wining a unanimous decision against Belinda “Brown Sugar” Laracuente.