Honda Center, Anaheim, California - In a junior lightweight contest, Oscar Duarte (23-1-1, 18 KOs) beat up Mark Bernaldez (23-6, 17 KOs) round after round, until the referee had seen enough in the eight and stopped the fight. The referee had warned Bernaldez several times to "show me something" during the last few rounds.

IBF minimumweight world champion Yokasta Valle (25-2, 9 KOs) picked up a dominant ten round unanimous decision over Lorraine Villalobos (5-4, 2 KOs). All three judges scored it 100-90.

Valle dominated the action and in the second half she executed a full beatdown, with Villalobos taking a lot of punishment. Every time Villalobos appeared to be on the verge of getting stopped, she would throw a few punches to keep the referee from stopping the contest. 

In a junior middleweight bout, it was bombs away with Carlos Ortiz (13-5, 13 KOs) blasting out unbeaten Evan Anthony Sanchez (11-1, 6 KOs) in the fifth round. 

They were brawling with big shots exchanged in the first round. They continued to trade big shots in the second. Sanchez was connecting more often and was certainly more accurate. They were on the inside, exchanging big bombs. At the end of the second, Ortiz seemed to buzz Sanchez, who fired back in the closing moments.

Sanchez had the upper hand in the third and fourth. They were going back and forth in the fifth, with Sanchez trying to create distance but then Ortiz blasted him out with a tremendous combination against the ropes for the full count. 

Dangerous junior middleweight Carlos Ocampo (34-1, 22 KOs) took a stay busy fight with scored a first round destruction of Vicent Rodriguez (40-11-1, 21 KO’s). A single body shot closed the show in the first.

Los Angeles’ fan favorite Alejandro “Pin-Pon” Reyes (8-0, 5 KOs) took down world title challenger Moises Flores (25-7-1, 17 KOs) of Guadalajara in the second round of a super lightweight fight.

Reyes tagged Flores several times in the first round. Flores took the fight on late notice and looked plump around the midsection. 

In the second round, a right hand sent Flores down on his back. Flores made it up, but then Reyes jumped on him with a barrage of punches to force the stoppage.

Lightweight prospect Japhethlee Llamido (8-0, 3 KOs) won a six round unanimous decision over Saul Hernandez (17-16-1, 12 KOs). Llamido controlled the majority of the contest, scoring a knockdown in the final round with a counter hook. All three judges scored it 60-54.

Opening up the fight night, undefeated super welterweight Jorge Estrada (3-0, 3 KOs) knocked out Hassan Coleman (0-1) with a big body shot in the first round.