Omar Figueroa TKO3 Robert Guerrero: Undefeated former lightweight champion Omar Figueroa was super impressive in dispatching of Robert Guerrero in three rounds. Guerrero was dropped five times in what was hopefully his last fight. Guerrero won the first round and was pressing the action, but Figueroa was the boss on the inside and landed crushing uppercuts that first sent Guerrero to the deck. Guerrero showed the heart of a champion as he fought back furiously, but found himself on the deck twice more before the end of round two. In the third he was dropped twice more before the referee stopped the fight after a devastating Figueroa left hand to the body.
Marcus Browne TKO2 Sean Monaghan: Tonight Sean Monaghan had a chance to show that he belonged to mentioned among the elite in the light heavyweight division and was worthy of some of the lofty rankings he held walking into the ring. Unfortunately for Seanie and his notable cheering section in the Nassau Coliseum he was out of his depth against talented up and comer Marcus Browne. A straight left hand dropped Monaghan thirty seconds into the bout, but he beat the count and survived the round. In round two Browne hurt Monaghan with a series of right hooks and the fight was merficully called off.
Adam Kownacki TKO4 Artur Szpilka: Adam Kownacki made a statement tonight. He thoroughly outpunched the favored Artur Szpilka, who didn't really look too engaged or locked in from the outset. Kownacki did a great job of cutting off the ring and finding the mark with his left hand. Kownacki dropped Szpilka in the fourth round and battered Szpilka in his own corner until Artur Mercante Jr appropriately stopped the fight.
Patrick Day UD10 Eric Walker: Patrick Day and Eric Walker gave boxing fans a very entertaining slug-fest tonight at the Nassau Coliseum. Day was clearly the more skilled boxer, but Walker's heart and determination preventing him from even looking for any easy way outs. Walker did his best work down the stretch of the fight, but it was too little too late since Day has put too many of the early rounds in the bank. Official scores were 95-94, 96-93 twice.
Fidel Munoz UD6 Tommy Rainone: Tommy Rainone looked like a fighter that's gone eighty-six seconds in the last year and a half. He was slow and sluggish and clearly outpunched by Munoz in a forgettable fight. Official scores were 57-74, 58-54 x2.