Ryan Garcia vs. Luke Campbell Fight Results

Garcia stops Campbell

Ryan Garcia vs. Luke Campbell

After being dropped by a big shot in Round 2, Ryan Garcia recovered and came back to stop Luke Campbell in Round 7.

Ryan Garcia After the Fight:

“My performance definitely showed a lot of people who I really am,” said Ryan Garcia. “Going into this fight I wanted to show people that you are not what people call you. You are what you choose to be. I chose to be a champion tonight. I didn’t let anything stop me from being a champion tonight. Even when he dropped me, I knew that couldn’t stop me from being champion.”

Franchon Crews Dezurn vs. Ashleigh Curry

Franchon Crews Dezurn got the victory over Ashleigh Curry by unanimous decision to improve to 7-1, 2 KOs.

Alex Rincon vs. Sergio Lucio Gonzalez

Alex Rincon scored a unanimous decision victory over Sergio Gonzalez, who instead of fighting complained the entire fight.

Hard to look good against such an awkward fighter who obviously doesn’t want to fight. Hopefully Golden Boy does not let me fight a prospect again.

Sean Garcia vs. Rene Marquez

Asa Stevens vs. Francisco Bonilla

Tristan Kalkreuth vs. Jorge Armando Martinez

Rene Alvarado vs. Roger Gutierrez

Felix Alvarado vs. DeeJay Kriel

Felix Alvarado battered and bruised his tough-as-nails opponent, DeeJay Kriel who simply did not have enough power to keep Alvarado off of him.

Kriel was game, but in the end, Alvarado stopped him in Round 10.

Felix “El Gemelo” Alvarado (36-2, 31 KOs) of Managua, Nicaragua defended his IBF Junior Flyweight World Championship with a technical knockout victory against former 105-pound champion DeeJay Kriel (16-2-1, 8 KOs) of Gauteng, South Africa. The fight was stopped at 1:39 of the 10th round.

“I knew this would be a tough fight,” said Felix Alvarado. “He was a mandatory challenger and a former world champion, so I knew it would be tough. I got a bit tired, but that was because of his experience. I also dropped him with a hook, and I didn’t even expect for a punch like that to land. But rather than keep looking for that punch, I kept pushing him to the ropes to wear him down. I’m very happy to obtain this win because it is a dream come true for the Alvarado brothers to fight on such a big card together. I want any of the other world champions so I can show who is the best in the division.”

Raul Curiel vs. Ramses Agaton


Date: Saturday, Jan. 2 | Start Time: 5:00 pm ET
Location: American Airlines Center, Dallas, Texas
TV: Stream: DAZN (Including Prelims)
Live Online Coverage: RoundByRoundBoxing.com
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Header photo by Tom Hogan/Hogan Photos/Golden Boy

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