The tie ended the skein of 16 straight wins for the self-styled Haitian-Canadian “Superman” who looked very much the loser at the sound of the final bell.
When the best fight the best you get a Romero Duno who was put on a small fight show and unexpectedly knocked out the hometown favorite easy peasy.
On another show, Rey Perez toppled the same hometown fighter and he’s now in the semi-main event.
It’s a new year with new hopes for various promoters in the Southern California region as two nights of prizefighting take center stage.
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