TGB Promotions – Tom Brown and Sampson Boxing – Sampson Lewkowicz from Rabobank Theater in Bakersville, CA, brought in 3 major bouts Saturday over Fox Sports 1.
Welterweight Thomas Dulorme, 25-3-1 (16), 146 1/2, of Carolina, PR, won a lopsided but action packed win over Terrell Williams, 18-1 (13), 146 1/2, of Inglewood, CA, over 10 rounds.
In the first round both fighters showed good power. Dulorme seemed to outwork Williams. In the second round Dulorme had Williams hurt on several occasions. In the third round Williams countered well. Both fighters had their moments.
In the fourth round Dulorme was throwing wild punches mostly missing but caught Williams with a left hook knocking him back along the ropes. Dulorme kept the pressure on Williams. In the fifth round both fighters let it all hang out landing bombs.
In the sixth round both fighters picked up where they left off in the previous round. In the last minute both went to the body. In the seventh round Williams had swelling under both eyes. Dulorme kept up throwing and landing more.
In the eighth round a clash of heads caused a nasty cut on the left eyebrow of Dulorme. He kept fighting with hard rights to the head of Williams. In the ninth round Williams tried working on the cut knowing he was way behind, but Dulorme kept coming forward.
In the tenth and final round a left hook from Dulorme on the chin of Williams dropped him with a minute left in the round. Williams did all he could to last until the bell.
Scores were 98-91 twice and 96-93 with this writer 99-90.
In the Main Event Former WBO Middleweight champion now Super Middle Peter “Kid Chocolate” Quillin, 34-2-1 (23), of Brooklyn, NY, was upset by Mexican Alfredo “Perro” Angulo, 26-7 (21), of Coachella, CA, by split decision over 10 rounds.
In the first and second rounds Quillin got the best of the two. Angulo came back in rounds three through six. The fight went back and forth throughout. Quillin took the seventh but Angulo finished the much stronger taking two of the last three rounds.
Scores were 96-94 Quillin and 97-93 and 96-94 Angulo. This writer agreed with the last score.
Super Featherweight Chris “Prime Time” Colbert, 13-0 (5), 132 1/2, of Brooklyn, NY, knocked out Muguel “Barreterito” Flores, Jr., 33-8 (22), 132, of Sinaloa, MEX, at 2:57 of the first round of a scheduled 10.
In the first round Colbert’s hand speed had Flores on the receiving end. A right from Colbert on the left side of the head of Flores floored him down and out.
Super Lightweight southpaw Gary Antuanne Russell, 11-0 (11), of Capitol Heights, MD, knocked out Luis “Loco” Ronaldo Castillo, 20-5 (15), of Sonora, MEX, at 0:32 of the first round.
In the first round Russell hit Castillo with a body shot and down he went as referee Jerry Cantu counted him out.
Super Featherweight Victor Slavinskyi, 10-0-1 (6), of UKR out of L.A., CA, knocked out Jesus Aguinaga, 5-9-2 (0), of Phoenix, AZ, at 2:02 of the third round.
Super Lightweight 18 year-old southpaw Jesus Ramos, Jr., 11-0 (10), knocked out Rickey “Super Star” Edwards, 0-0 (0), at 2:40 of the third round in a scheduled 8.
In the first round southpaw Ramos dominated the round though Edwards landed body shots on several occasions. In the second round hands held high Ramos kept up the pressure while Edwards countered the body. In the third round Edwards kept backing against the ropes and it cost him when Ramos landed a crushing left on the chin and Edwards hit the canvas face first forcing referee Jack Reiss to wave it off.
Bantamweight Robert Rodriguez, 6-0 (3), of Riverside, CA, knocked out Hugo Rodriguez, 0-6 (0), of Monterrey, MEX, at 2:34 of the third round of a scheduled 4.
Super Bantamweight Daniel Guzman, 2-2-1 (2), of L.A., CA, drew with Roberto “Escorpian” Pucheta, 10-18-2 (6), of Jalisco, MEX, in a 4.