Jorge Chavez shook off a flash knockdown to remain perfect as a pro.

Their briskly-paced six-round bout saw the unbeaten San Diego-based prospect outbox Guadalajara’s Diuhl Olguin en route to a unanimous decision victory. Scores were 60-54, 58-55 and 58-55 for Chavez in their junior featherweight bout as part of a Golden Boy Fight Night on DAZN show Thursday evening from Commerce Casino in Commerce, California.

Chavez (10-0, 7KOs) was caught off guard by a stiff jab by Olguin (16-35-7, 10KOs) which produced the bout’s lone knockdown. The opening round sequence put Chavez in an early deficit on the scorecards but he proceeded to win every round afterward on the strength of his uppercut and left hook.

The distance fight ended a two-fight knockout streak for the 24-year-old Chavez.

Joshua Garcia needed just one punch to pick up his first knockout in nearly two years.

A right hand shot set up by a pawing jab was enough to put Eric David Argueta Lozada down and done for the night. Argueta's effort to beat the count was thwarted as the fight was stopped at 1:45 of the opening round.

A long night was expected for the modest-hitting Garcia, whose last win inside the distance came in June 2022. He’d only fought once since then but was fired up for this bout. Lozada (1-1, 1KO) stood directly in front of the unbeaten Californian, who stuck out his jab and threw a long right hand behind it to produce the bout’s lone knockdown. With it came the end of the night, as Lozada was deemed unfit to continue upon rising from the canvas.

Sasha Tudor was thrown immediately into the deep end for his pro debut versus Josias Gonzalez. Their entertaining middleweight bout ended in a four-round, split decision draw. Tudor—whose older brother Eric Tudor will appear later this evening—won 39-37 on one card, while Gonzalez (2-2-1, 0KOs) was awarded the same score by the second judge. A 38-38 tally produced the stalemate in the opening bout of the night.

Headlining the show, former IBF junior lightweight titlist Joseph ‘JoJo’ Diaz (33-4-1, 15KOs) meets Jesus ‘Ricky’ Perez (24-5, 18KOs) in a scheduled ten-round, junior welterweight contest.

Jake Donovan is a senior writer for X (formerly Twitter): @JakeNDaBox