Eye of the Tiger Management (EOTTM) presented another exciting edition of the Commando boxing series in Cuernavaca, Mexico.
This event featured Steve Claggett's return against experienced boxer Noe Emmanuel Lopez. After holding a training camp with his new coach Mike Moffa in Montreal, Claggett was in excellent physical condition for his duel against Lopez.
The one nicknamed the "Dragon" showed improvements in defense in addition to having listened perfectly to the instructions of his cornermen.
Claggett still threw a lot of punches, but this time with more precision to achieve a victory by KO in the fourth round.
As the co-main of the evening, Mehmet Nadir Unal wanted to be the first to one to ever knockout tough Jair Sena.
The ex-Olympian and new protégé of Marc Ramsay and Samuel Décarie managed to do what Lexson Mathieu, Wilfred Seyi and Simon-Pierre Adde were unable to do by claiming victory by technical knockout in the 3rd round.
Additionally, Thomas Chabot also performed remarkably in front of a strong opponent in Jose Flores Herrera. Chabot therefore maintains his immaculate record in five outings with the professionals where each win has been obtained before the limit.
Additionally, Angel Perez also won, using many explosive combinations, to stop Jesus Ricardo Lopez Perez.
Angel Perez's twin brother Antonio Perez added a second victory to his record, this time by unanimous decision, with having a very good opponent technically and who possessed some punching force in Jose Aviles.
Ontarian Mark Smither was unable to achieve the knockout against his opponent Roberto Gonzalez Robledo, but he still won every round on the judges’ cards to take the win home.
Opening the curtain, Canadian champion and amateur standout, Mary Spencer, made her professional debut against Neftali Escobar. Spencer wasted no time and finished the job in just 15 seconds. During the post-fight interview, the latter said that she could possibly drop down to 147 pounds and face all the champions in the near future.