OQUENDO WBO TITLE-WINNER

By on March 7, 2015

 

Jonathan Polvo Oquendo  (photo ANGEL TORRES)

Jonathan Polvo Oquendo (photo ANGEL TORRES)

 

Kissimmee,Fla.- – In the season opener for the spring series of “Boxeo TELEMUNDO Ford,” Presented by Felix “Tuto” Zabala, Jr. and  All Star Boxing, Inc. the famed Puerto Rico-Mexico boxing rivalry resumed at the Kissimmee Civic Center in Kissimmee, Florida.   Puerto Rican Jonathan “Polvo” Oquendo (24-4, 16 KOs) pounded out a ten round unanimous decision over Mexican Gabino “Flash” Cota who falls to (17-3-1, 15 KOs).

Early on in the match for what ever reason the taller Cota jumped right in and fought small in close quarters against the short quick hands of Oquendo.  Simply just making Cota pay with hard over hand rights and blasting upper cuts, you would think that he would fight tall.  But Cota looked bad against Oquendo tonight, Scores were 99-91, 98-92, 99-91.

In the opening bout of the night undercard action Super Welterweight Fernando Martinez (1-0) scores a unanimous decision in his professional debut fight punching enough to finish off tough Anthony Way (0-2) judges scores 39-37,36-99 & 38-37 in favor for Martinez. (photo ANGEL TORRES)

In the opening bout of the night undercard action Super Welterweight Fernando Martinez (1-0) scores a unanimous decision in his professional debut fight punching enough to finish off tough Anthony Way (0-2) judges scores 39-37,36-99 & 38-37 in favor for Martinez. (photo ANGEL TORRES)

 

 

Middleweight Nate Gallimore (2-0, 2 KO's) from Evanston, Illinois came to fight as local fighter Robert Burwell (6-1, 2 KO's) didn’t show the best chin tonight as Gallimore walked right through his punches ending the fight at .32 seconds of round three by TKO victory.  (photo ANGEL TORRES)

Middleweight Nate Gallimore(LEFT)  (2-0, 2 KO’s) from Evanston, Illinois came to fight as local fighter Robert Burwell (6-1, 2 KO’s) didn’t show the best chin tonight as Gallimore walked right through his punches ending the fight at .32 seconds of round three by TKO victory. (photo ANGEL TORRES)

Lightweight Puerto Rican fighter Jeffrey Ramos (4-3, 2 KO's) coming off of 3 straight losses battles hard against local Jovan Perez (2-1, 1 KO) both fighters exchange throughout the contest Ramos able to absorb Perez shots and come right back quickly with assaults of his own scoring him a split decision victory judges scores 37-38,38-37 & 37-38 in favor for Ramos.

Lightweight Puerto Rican fighter Jeffrey Ramos  (right) (4-3, 2 KO’s) coming off of 3 straight losses battles hard against local Jovan Perez (2-1, 1 KO) both fighters exchange throughout the contest Ramos able to absorb Perez shots and come right back quickly with assaults of his own scoring him a split decision victory judges scores 37-38,38-37 & 37-38 in favor for Ramos. (photo ANGEL PEREZ)

Featherweight Edgardo Marin (left) (1-3) from Humacao, Puerto Rico fed off the roaring Bori Bori fans traded with Alex Roman (2-1) issuing him hi first loss via unanimous decision all three judges scores 37-38 37-38 38-37 for Marin.  (photo ANGEL TORRES)

Featherweight Edgardo Marin (left) (1-3) from Humacao, Puerto Rico fed off the roaring Bori Bori fans traded with Alex Roman (2-1) issuing him his first loss via split decision,  all three judges scores 37-38 37-38 38-37 for Marin. (photo ANGEL TORRES)

Welterweight Charles Natal (5-0, 1 KO) from Guaynabo, Puerto Rico clearly was the picture of persistence using slick boxing tactics keeping Juan Aguirre from Jacksonville, Florida in a haze all night, It was Natal answering Aguirre with a right cross countering a jab with body shots scoring the majority  decision on the judges scorecards 39-37, 40-36 & 40-36 in favor for Natal.

Welterweight Charles Natal (left) (5-0, 1 KO) from Guaynabo, Puerto Rico clearly was the picture of persistence using slick boxing tactics keeping Juan Aguirre from Jacksonville, Florida in a haze all night, It was Natal answering Aguirre with a right cross countering a jab with body shots scoring the majority decision on the judges scorecards 39-37, 40-36 & 40-36 in favor for Natal. (photo ANGEL TORRES)

And in the middleweights Emanuel Sanchez took matters in his own hands by being the spoiler with his rough-house style defeating local fighter Moises Carasquillo Jr. by a long waiting judges results unanimous decision official scores were 54-58, 55-56 & 56-57. Carasquillo Jr. struggled throughout the contest not getting into a rhythm and tragically fighting Sanchez scratch and claw fight, Carasquillo hit the deck in the late rounds taking a hard overhand right clearly was not his night.   

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