Mike Gavronski (22-2-1 14KO) continued to show his increasing skill in beating, by unanimous decision, tough and determined Thomas Awimbono (24-5-1 20KO) from Ghana. This marks Gavronski’s first step into the International boxing world against a skilled knockout artist. Gavronski has learned to relax, conserve his energy, and take time with his fights rather than just rush in and bang away, often leaving himself vulnerable to much damage. He remained calm and collected throughout the fight with a steady and resolute pace. Awimbono seemed content to fight only in spots waiting for a chance to use his considerable skill. According to trainer Sam Ditusa, Gavronski’s next fight may be a featured bout on ShoBox.

In an excellent semi-main event Marco Cardenas (6-5-1 2KO) beat Andres Reyes (5-2-1) by unanimous decision. Both men came to fight, and they did. The battle swayed back and forth for the entire 6 rounds and it looked like they could do another 6 rounds.

In another non-stop action fight Andre Keys (3-1-0 1KO) squared off against Nate Serrano (4-5-2 3KO) in a real crown pleaser. Serrano refused to take a break in the action but it was Keys, carefully picking his shots, who took the unanimous decision.

Zachary Cooper (5-2-2- 3KO) grabbed a majority decision (should have been called a split decision) against Antonio Neal (4-7-0 3KO). Every bout of the night was as war and this one was no exception. Unfortunately someone must lose.

Giovanni Cabrere-Mioletti (4-0-0 1KO) continued to show off his fast hands and considerable boxing skills against Niko McFarland (0-2-0). McFarland showed great heart but just could not keep up as he suffered another loss by unanimous decision.

In the opening bout Carlos Villanueva (1-0-0) won a unanimous decision decision against Jose Rocha (0-2-0). Both fighters are new and game and the first one to buy a cookbook and learn to break an egg will do fine.

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