By Miguel Maravilla at ringside
Colton’s Artemio “King” Reyes took on Sergio Perez of Tijuana, Mexico in the welterweight main event from the Doubletree Hotel in Ontario California. Reyes needed only three rounds to finish Perez as he scores a knockout. In round three Reyes scored a pair of knockdowns with body shots as referee Raul Caiz Jr. reached a ten count at 1:39. Artemio Reyes improves his record to 20-2, 15 KOs, the veteran Sergio Perez falls to 28-15, 19 KOs.
In women’s action, Riverside’s Sindy Amador and Jolene Blackshear of San Diego battled it out for eight rounds in the co-main event at the Doubletree Hotel in Ontario, California for the vacant interim WIBA jr. flyweight world title. Cindy Amador was the aggressor most of the fight but Blackshear held her ground mixing it up with Amador. Blackshear however rallied late scoring knockdowns in the last two rounds to help her secure a victory in Amador’s backyard. In the end the judges scored the bout 76-74, 76-74, and 76-74 as Jolene Blackshear goes on to win a split decision and the title. Her record now stands at 8-3, 3 KOs, Cindy Amador suffers the first her career loss and goes to 10-1, 1 KO.