New York, New York (Full Recap)
- Pawel Wolak D-10 Delvin Rodriguez: Wolak and Rodriguez put on an absolute war that saw Wolak one-eyed for half the fight and two guys valiantly fighting to the best of their abilities. Wolak pressured without relent, while Rodriguez tried constantly to find enough breathing room and box with some range. Rodriguez was able to sharpshoot effectively, and Wolak pressured effectively and threw with incredible volume. A truly great fight, and my new leader for 2011 Fight of the Year. What a war this was.
- Raymond Serrano UD-8 Daniel Sostre: Serrano improves to 16-0 (8 KO) with a sloppy but clean and clear win. Sostre (11-4-1, 4 KO) had his moments as Serrano started to fade after a few rounds, and Serrano clearly still has some work to do, but the potential is definitely there.
Las Vegas, Nevada
- Diego Magdaleno UD-10 Alejandro Perez: Magdaleno (20-0, 7 KO) wins on scores of 99-90, 98-91 and 98-90. Overall, he was dominant, but Perez showed himself as a valuable step-up opponent. Magdaleno may well be a top 10 fighter at 130 right now. We'll examine that with the rankings update on Monday.
- Casey Ramos SD-8 Georgi Kevlishvili: There was some minor outrage over Patricia Morse Jarman's 77-75 card for Kevlishvili, and rightfully so, since he definitely didn't win the fight, but he gave a decent accounting of himself. Ramos got the other two cards 78-74 and 77-75.
- Lanardo Tyner UD-10 Vivian Harris: The twilight years of Harris' career continue, as he drops to 29-7-1 (19 KO) with his fourth straight loss. Tyner (25-4-2, 15 KO) wins on scores of 97-93 (twice) and 96-94).
Atlantic City, New Jersey
- Gabriel Rosado TKO-5 Ayi Bruce: Rosado is now 17-5 (10 KO).
Catano, Puerto Rico: Jayson Velez UD-10 Carlos Valcarcel ... Goeppingen, Germany: Firat Arslan TKO-5 Lubos Suda ... Campsie, Australia: Nader Hamdan UD-12 Daniel Pawsey ... Florencio Varela, Argentina: Fernando David Saucedo UD-12 Carlos Ricardo Rodriguez.