By Andy Rivera @ Ringside




Owen “What the Heck” Beck had an easy time in destroying Troy Weida, in a heavyweight bout scheduled for ten rounds. Beck the WBC-FEDELATIN Heavyweight champion dropped an totally overmatched Weida in the first: 30 of the opening round, with a hard right hand and excellent body work, Weida was up at six but took a beating from that point on. Beck went in for the kill sensing his prey was ready to be taking. Beck went right to Weida’s body then back up stairs to the head of Weida, putting Weida down for the second and final time, bring referee Richard Steele to halt the contest. Beck remains unbeaten at 24-0, 17 ko’s, while Weida drops to 42-17-2.

Former WBA titlist Alejandro Garcia stopped game Jonathan Corn in the fifth round, Garcia put Corn down in the first round with a hard right to the head, then went on to pummel Horn for the next four rounds, finally putting Corn down for good with another right hand. Gonzales is now 28-1, while Corn fell to 43-10.

In other action Mark Suarez stopped Jason Papillon in the fourth round; Suarez put Papillion down three times prompting the fight to be halted. In a welterweight bout, Vaughn Alexander had an easy nights work, as he put Jose Mendiola out in the second, it was a right hand that put Mendiola down, Mendiola sat on the bottom rope as the referee counted hi out, bring Alexander to 4-0 and Mendiola to 3-9.

In the quickest fight of the night Marcus Johnson had an easy pro debut, quickly disposing of Chroyondray Johnson with a right hand putting Johnson down for the count at the :32 mark of the first round.