Abel Gonzalez ran out of time to supplement his guaranteed paycheck but still left the ring with his perfect record intact.

The super middleweight prospect from Hialeah, Florida powered his way to a six-round, unanimous decision victory over Robert Magee. Scores of 60-54, 58-56 and 58-56 all went to Gonzalez in their battle of unbeaten prospects Friday evening on DAZN’s OTX Boxing series from the Overtime Elite Arena in Atlanta, Georgia.

Hialeah, Florida’s Gonzalez (6-0, 4KOs) frequently landed with his left hook to the body, which helped slow down Missouri’s Magee (8-1-2, 5KOs) in the later rounds. Magee managed to hang tough for five rounds and caught Gonzalez’s attention but was briefly stunned early in the sixth and final round. Gonzalez was unable to close the show, as he instead settled for a convincing decision win.

In an upset, Carrise Brown (10-6, 6KOs) claimed a six-round, split decision victory over Czarina McCoy. A controversial sixth-round knockdown provided the margin of victory. Las Vegas’ McCoy (11-2, 3KOs)—a training stablemate of WBA 140-pound titlist Rolando Romero—won 57-56 on one card, overruled by scores of 59-54 and 57-56 for Brown.

The back-and-forth junior welterweight affair took a dramatic turn in the final round. Brown was credited with a knockdown when a clean right hand sent McCoy to the canvas. However, it was aided by Brown stepping on the lead foot of McCoy, which went undetected by the referee and led to the upset victory for the Lakeland, Florida native.

Opening the telecast, Donte Layne enjoyed a successful pro debut and received a bonus after a first-round knockout of hapless Nathan Mitchell (0-2-1, 0KOs). Layne scored two knockdowns in the brief affair, the latter which produced the end of the fight at 2:29 of round one.

The early exit meant a knockout win bonus for Layne, a former amateur standout from the Elmont section of Long Island, New York.

Headlining the show, former amateur standout Lorenzo ‘Truck’ Simpson faces Vladimir Hernandez in a scheduled ten-round middleweight contest.

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