Jorge Arce prevailed over Adonis Rivas when referee Laurence Cole stopped the WBC interim fylweight title bout in round ten due to swelling under Rivas' left eye. It was a great action fight with both fighters throwing caution out the window the whole time. Arce put Rivas, normally a bantamweight, down in round two with a perfect overhand right. Arce threw more and constantly came forward landing the harder shots but Rivas was game and landed some very good shots of his own. However, none of Rivas' punches fazed Arce, who kept walking Rivas down and throwing combos to the head and body. The official time was 1:26 of round ten when the fight was waved off. With the win Arce improves to 42-3-1 with 32 KOs while Rivas falls to 21-8-2 with 10 KOs. Hopefully, the WBC will enforce its rules and make a fight with the world's top flyweight, WBC champion Pongsaklek
Wongjongkam of Thailand. If that doesn't happen, there are still great fights out there fro Arce, such as Rosendo Alvarez, WBO 115-pound champion champion Fernando Montiel or WBA 112-pound champion Martin Castillo.