On Saturday, December 12, 2015, Omar Figueroa returns to the ring against Antonio Demarco in a scheduled Super Welterweight fight at the AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas.
The scheduled 12-round fight between two blown up Super Lightweights will be televised via NBC.
In the co-main event, Chris Arreola takes on Travis Kauffman in a scheduled 12-round Heavyweight fight. Victor Ortiz, Terrell Gausha and Hugo Centeno are all scheduled to fight tonight as well.
Omar Figueroa vs. Antonio DeMarco, 12 rounds, junior middleweights
In a true battle, Omar Figueroa and Antonio DeMarco literally fought to the finish in an explosive main event. Both fighters game to fight tonight and it would go all 12. Final scores read 115-113,115-1113, and 116-112 respectively for Figueroa.
Chris Arreola vs. Travis Kauffman, 12 rounds, heavyweights
This heavyweight bout did not disappoint. Chris “The Nightmare” Arreola would pull off the controversial split decision victory over former sparring partner Travis Kauffman. Despite being dropped in the third in a flash knockdown, the judges felt that Arreola did just enough to get the W.
Victor Ortiz vs. Gilberto Sanchez Leon, 10 rounds, welterweights
Vicious Vic made his PBC debut and cruised to a dominant TKO victory over Gilberto Sanchez Leon. The fairly unknown Sanchez was way out of his league against Ortiz and ate just about every punch throughout the night. Ortiz will look to try to get the winner of Danny Garcia and Robert Guerrero. If that doesn’t work a rematch with Josesito Lopez is another possibility.
Terrell Gausha vs. Said El Harrak, 10 rounds, middleweights
Terrel Gausha cruised to an easy win over Said El Harrak. Gausha would win a UD victory 100-89 X3.
Hugo Centeno vs. Josue Obando, 10 rounds, middleweights
Brandon Figueroa vs. Francisco Muro, 4 rounds, bantamweights
Brandon Figueroa, younger brother to Omar Figueroa, improves his record to 4-0 and defeats Francisco Muro via UD. Figueroa fought aggressively throughout each round and landed the stronger and cleaner blows both to the head and body.
Marrio Barrios vs. Manuel Vides, 8 rounds, junior lightweights
Undefeated San Antonio prospect Mario Barrios cruised to a knockout victory in the 6th round over Panama’s Manuel Vides. Barrios now improves to 14-0 with 7 KOs to boast.
Justin DeLoach vs. Santos Benavides, 6 rounds, junior middleweights
Semajay Thomas vs. Farkhad Sharipov, 4 rounds, welterweights
Rickey Edwards vs. Ariel Paez, 6 rounds, lightweights
Ariel Paez would fight a hard fight but fall short to Rickey Edwards. Edwards edges a split decision victory.
Lanell Bellows vs. Michael Gbenga, 8 rounds, super middleweights
The Money Team‘s, Lanell Bellows, defeats Michael Gbenga by UD and improves to 14-1-1 with scores of 79-72 X3. Bellows controlled most of the action from the opening bell and dropped Gbenga early on in the bout.
Adam Lopez vs. Eric Aiken, 4 rounds, junior featherweights
Adam Lopez remains unbeaten and improves to 14-0. Lopez Punished Aiken and by the second round the fight was stopped. Lopez now boasts 7 KOs on his record.
Javier Rodriguez vs. Alejandro Moreno, 4 rounds, junior featherweights
Javier Rodriguez defeated Alejandro Moreno via UD with scores of 40-36 X2 and 39-37 respectively.
Steve Hall vs. Adam Ealons, 4 rounds, junior welterweights
Local San Antonio fighter Steve Hall defeats Adam Ealoms via UD with scores of 39-39 X3.
Brandon Chalker vs. Rudy Zamora, 4 rounds, junior featherweights
Brandon Chalker improves to 3-0 with a UD victory over local favorite Rudy Zamora. Final scores read 40-35 X3.