Michael Seals KO2 Christopher Brooker... On Top Rank's Reno, Nevada undercard, Alabama light heavyweight Michel Seals (23-2, 17 KOs) took matters into his own hands, violently knocking out Philadelphia veteran Christopher Brooker (14-7, 5 KOs) with a single right hand at 2:00 of the second round. Seals has won three in a row since a controversial disqualification loss to Michael Gbenga. “He’s a tough guy. I did my homework on him,” Seals said. “I knew he was crafty, so I had to take my time. I knew I was going to walk him into something.”
Gabriel Flores Jr. W8 Salvador Briceno... Gabriel Flores Jr. outfought Salvador Briceno (15-4, 9 KOs) to earn an eight-round unanimous decision in Reno. Official scores were 79-73 and 78-74 (twice). Flores (14-0, 6 KOs) was just 35 days removed from his last ESPN appearance. Briceno from Guadalajara, Mexico, saw his two-bout winning streak come to an end, while Flores improved to 3-0 in 2019.nAt 19 years of age, Flores is emerging as one of boxing's top teenage talents. “I want to fight in the next two, three months. If they want me to fight next month, we can talk about it,” Flores said. “I am only 19, and I am only getting better. I’m staying busy and fighting better opponents. Top Rank is developing me perfectly, and it’s about fighting all different types of fighters to get me ready for the championship level.”
Flores, a Stockton, California, native packed more than 10,000 fans into the Stockton Arena on May 4th for his third-round knockout over Eduardo Pereira Reis.
Robson Conceicao, a 2016 Olympic gold medalist for his native Brazil, improved to 13-0 with an eight-round unanimous decision over Carlos Ruiz (16-7-2, 6 KOs). Ruiz, who has fought the likes of Shakur Stevenson and former world champion Hozumi Hasegawa, has never been stopped as a pro. The judges scored the bout as followed: 80-72 (2x) and 79-73...
Diego Elizondo (2-0-2, 0 KOs) and Sergio Vega (2-0-1, 2 KOs) fought to a four-round draw in a crowd-pleasing lightweight bout. All three judges scored the contest 38-38...
Reno native JJ Mariano had a successful pro debut, scoring a fourth-round TKO over William Flenoy in a super lightweight bout. Flenoy (0-1) injured his shoulder and was unable to continue. source for all results: top rank