By Rafael Soto

Sonora's Pedro "La Roca" Campa made good on his prediction, when he secured a technical decision in five rounds over Venezuelan contender Domicio Rondon in what was the main event fight before a rowdy crowd of fans in the Metro Workers' Gymnasium in Mexico. Azteca 7 transmitted the card throughout Mexico.

¨La Roca¨ Campa (29-1, 20 KOs) suffered a severe injury to his left eyelid, due to an illegal hit from Rondon (18-4, 10 KOs) in the fourth round - and in which referee Guadalupe García took away a point from the Venezuelan.

Campa dominated the fight from start to finish, punishing Rondon with both hands. The Venezuelan boxer showed endurance especially when he received punishment to the body.

And in the fifth round, the referee nearly stopped the fight when the Venezuelan almost went down to the canvas from the punches that were coming in from Campa.

Garcia took Campa to the doctor and determined that he could not continue because of the dangerous wound on his left eyelid so they went to the scores of the three judges and the Sonoran was up 50-44 on all three of the official cards, and the victory was secured.

"I felt very good, I was getting into rhythm, I was a bit surprised by my opponent's stamina, but I was doing my job, I'm happy and I hope to heal soon from my wound and return to the gym and wait for what I receive for my promoter Fernando Beltran of Zanfer," Campa said.

Also on the card, Sergio "Chirino" Sánchez continued his unbeaten streak as he defeated Abel Ocote from Mexico City with a TKO in one.

 Dewayne Beamon of the United States makes a great debut in the capital by winning his bout with a technical knockout at 2:07 of the fourth round against Joel "Trino" Córdoba.