Rising blue-chip welterweight prospect Jesus Ramos remained perfect in the pro ranks, tearing through previously unbeaten but untested Esteban Garcia inside of two rounds. A series of unanswered blows left Garcia defenseless in forcing the stoppage 2:45 into the 2nd round of their Fox-televised chief support Sunday evening live from Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, California.

Ramos was part of the same telecast featuring his fighting uncle, welterweight contender Abel Ramos (26-3-2, 20KOs) who faces Yordenis Ugas (25-4, 13KOs) for a secondary welterweight title in the evening’s main event.

“It was really an honor fighting ahead of him tonight, he’s fighting for his first world title,” Ramos told Fox Sports’ Heidi Androl after his latest win.

The occasion marked the sixth time that the Ramos family has shared the same stage, though of no concern to the 19-year old southpaw who fought a disciplined opening round largely behind his long right jab. Garcia was forced on the defensive for much of the frame, landing just two punches according to Compubox—both coming in the final 0:30.

Garcia attempted a more aggressive start in round two, though falling well short with nearly every attempt. Ramos played matador defense while shooting his jab from long range. The teenager from Casa Grande, Arizona quickly picked up the pace, at which point García was overwhelmed to the point of no return.

A whistling straight left by Ramos had García in trouble, as did a right hook which set the table for a flurry of power shots. Ramos continued to unload, tagging the body for bringing his attack up top. A final right hook had García out on his feet, leaving referee Rudy Barragan no choice but to intervene.

“I‘m happy with my performance,” noted Ramos, who was 52-of-141 (37%) according to Compubox. “I didn’t think it would end that early. I thought he would take my shots longer.”

García (14-1, 6KOs) was just 6-of-70 (9%) in suffering his first career defeat.

Ramos was just as dominant statistically as he was in the ring. The win was his second of 2020, as he continues to emerge as arguably the brightest prospect in PBC’s deep stable.

In advancing to 13-0 (12KOs), there was never any concern of emerging from the battle of unbeaten southpaws with his perfect record still intact. That energy is reserved for his uncle’s first career title fight.

“I wasn’t nervous,” Ramos insisted. “I’m more nervous for [Abel’s] fight.”

Jake Donovan is a senior writer for BoxingScene.com. Twitter: @JakeNDaBox