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  • By Miguel Maravilla and Jose De Alba at ringside

Antonio Orozco KO's Former Champ Miguel Acosta in 1

San Diego’s undefeated contender “Relentless” Antonio Orozco scored a quick first round knockout over former world champion Miguel “Aguacerito” Acosta Friday night on the Boxeo Estelar on Estrella main event at the Fantasy Springs Events Center Resort & Casino in Indio, California. A left hook by Orozco stunned Acosta in round one as the former world champion went down. Acosta got up but another left hook sent Acosta to the canvas a second time as the referee stepped in to stop the fight at 1:54.

Antonio Orozco stays undefeated at 24-0, 16 KO’s as he will seek a world title shot later. Miguel Acosta goes to 29-9-2, 23 KO’s.

Super lightweight Marco Magdaleno of Indio, California by way of Las Vegas scored a second round stoppage over Luis Silva in a scheduled four rounder. Boxing patiently Magdaleno unleashed a combination the sent Silva tumbling down as the referee immediately stopped the fight at 1:29 of round two.

Marco Magdaleno improves to 3-0, 2 KO. Luis Silva goes to 2-8, 1 KO.

Blythe , California ’s Andrew Cancio scored a stoppage over former world champion Hugo Cazares of Mexico in a scheduled ten round super featherweight bout opening up the Estrella TV telecast. Cancio landed big as a staggered Cazares appeared to have got his feet tangled in the opening round, Cazares was cut above his right eye. In round two Cancio continued to back a bloody Cazares to the ropes with power shots. Continuing to overpower Cazares in round three Cancio sent the former world champ to the canvas as he got up but Cancio's attack was too much as the corner stopped the fight forcing the referee to step in at 2:49.

Andrew Cancio improves his record to 17-3-2, 12 KO’s. The veteran Hugo Cazares goes to 40-9-2, 27 KO'S.

Other Bouts

Undefeated welterweight Keandre Gibson of St. Louis stopped Mexican veteran and former world title contender Hector Velasquez in six rounds of a scheduled eight round bout. Gibson dominated Velasquez the entire fight as the Mexican veteran did not come out for the seventh round the referee waived the bout.

With the win Keandre Gibson stays undefeated at 15-0-1, 7 KO’s. Hector Velasquez goes to 57-27- 3, 39 KOs.

Irish undefeated middleweight sensation Jayson Quigley made quick work of Freddy Lopez in a scheduled eight round bout. A right to he body by Quigley dropped Lopez as he got up but another crunching body shot did it as Lopez did not get up referee reached a ten count at 2:01 of round one.

Jayson Quigley stays undefeated as a prospect improving to 10-0, 9 KO’s. Freddy Lopez goes to 9-4.

Undefeated featherweight prospect Emilio Sanchez of Pacoima, California stopped Gustavo Molina of Mexico in two rounds in a scheduled eight round fight. Sanchez attacked the body in the opening round as Molina stood in front and traded. In round two both continued to trade as Sanchez got the better of the exchange knocking down Molina as he got up, Sanchez continued his attack as the referee Jerry Cantu stepped in to stop it at 2:03.

Emilio Sanchez gets passed his biggest test to date as he stays undefeated improving to 11-0, 8 KO’s. Gustavo Molina goes to 22-10.

In the opening bout from the Fantasy Springs in Indio, California super welterweight Jonathan Dinong of Los Angeles stopped Jared Teer of Olympia, Washington. Dinong was dominant outworking Teer and finished strong knocking down Teer in the fourth and final round as the referee stopped the fight at 2:10.Moments after the fight as Teer was on his stool collapsed as the physician and paramedics rushed in.

Jonathan Dinong improves to 2-0, 2 KO. Jared Teer goes to 2-6.

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