Vazquez Jr wins war against Oquendo, Calderon stopped in five by Fuentes

Wilfredo Vazquez Jr was able to rally against Jonathan Oquendo in the main event, while Ivan Calderon fell apart after a fast start against Moises Fuentes.

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Vazquez Jr wins war against Oquendo

Wilfredo Vazquez Jr and Jonathan Oquendo fought in a main event in Bayamon, Puerto Rico, dubbed 'The War' by promoters. The fight lived up to that and then some.

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Moises Fuentes stops Ivan Calderon in five

Ivan Calderon gave it what he had left tonight in Bayamon, Puerto Rico, but he just couldn't hide from Father Time, as he lost his 105-pound title challenge to Moises Fuentes.

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'Chelo' Gonzalez scores first round TKO

WBO-ranked No. 4 lightweight contender Jose "Chelo" Gonzalez scored a quick and devastating TKO win tonight on the Vazquez Jr-Oquendo PPV from Bayamon, Puerto Rico, knocking down Oscar Cuero twice to finish him off in the first round.

Gonzalez dropped Cuero on a left hand body shot first, a delayed reaction that saw Cuero take a knee about a minute into the round. He looked finished right there, but he got up and fought on. Gonzalez put a storm on him, but then laid back and picked a spot. He found it quickly. A straight right to the body put Cuero down for the second time, and though he bounced back up, he was in a lot of pain, spit out his mouthpiece, and the fight was stopped at 1:54 of the first round.

We've got more updates coming from the Vazquez Jr-Oquendo card in Puerto Rico, so join us for the live updates and discussion as it happens, and stick with the StoryStream for immediate post-fight results of the undercard bouts, and recaps of the two main event fights.

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Victor Bisbal stops Alex Gonzales in six

This heavyweight fight was scheduled for eight, but it didn't get there due to the doctor stopping it on cuts. It was a fair enough call, really. Plenty of blood and the fight was a shutout for Bisbal up to that point, though Gonzales had a couple moments with a straight left hand.

This wasn't the worst fight to watch, but Gonzales is 38 and purely an opponent, while Bisbal, a former Olympian, is 32 and needed to be brought into some feverish dream world by Col. Bob and Benny to be made to sound legit -- so feverish, in fact, was this dream world, that they repeatedly described him as being in good shape, though he clearly was the less conditioned of the two fighters, and his breasts did some Arreola dancing. There was no real future on display here. Bisbal 21-1 (15), Gonzalez 20-8 (10).

We've got more updates coming from the Vazquez Jr-Oquendo card in Puerto Rico, so join us for the live updates and discussion as it happens, and stick with the StoryStream for immediate post-fight results of the undercard bouts, and recaps of the two main event fights.

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