Hector Tanajara W10 Juan Carlos Burgos... Fighting in his hometown, Hector "El Finito" Tanajara Jr. (19-0, 5 KOs) of San Antonio, Texas beat Juan Carlos Burgos (33-4-2, 21 KOs) of Mexico in a lightweight ten rounder. Tanajara won with scores of 99-91 and 97-92 (twice). Burgos had not fought since 2018. "The atmosphere here in San Antonio is amazing," said Tanajara. "It feels greats to be home. This was my first pro fight here, and I felt like I gave my people a good fight. I started the fight boxing but finished it giving it my all. That's the Mexican blood in me."
Joshua "El Profesor" Franco (16-1-2, 8 KOs), also from San Antonio, defeated Jose Burgos (17-3, 14 KOs) of Mexico via technical knockout in the ninth round of a super flyweight fight originally scheduled for ten rounds. "I feel incredible winning at my hometown," said Joshua Franco. "It is my first time fighting here, and I performed well. Words can't describe how I feel right now; I feel really happy to see my friends and family in the crowd tonight."
Tristan "Sweet T" Kalkreuth (4-0, 3 KOs) of Duncanville, Texas beat Blake Lacaze (4-8-1, 2 KOs) of Louisiana via knockout in the first round in a four-round cruiserweight fight. "There is not a lot to say since it was a first-round knockout," said Tristan Kalkreuth. "All glory to God and gracias to San Antonio. I'm very happy I am in this position where I can inspire other kids."
Travell "Black Magic" Mazion (17-0, 13 KOs) of Austin, Texas stopped Fernando Castaneda (26-14-1, 17 KOs) of Mexico via first-round, body shot knockout in a junior middleweight contest. "I'm highly blessed," said Travell Mazion. "All glory to God. If it wasn't for God, I wouldn't be standing here right now. I feel amazing. I didn't really expect it to end it that fast. I was ready to cry on the ring because I'm a champ! I am a champ! I did it! All glory to God." source for all results: golden boy press release