All of the showcased prospects won as expected tonight on the Amir Khan vs Danny Garcia undercard from Las Vegas. We've got live round-by-round coverage of the main event coming up next, but here's a quick rundown of the preliminary results:
Fernando Guerrero UD-10 Jose Medina: Nice tune-up win for Fernando, as he dominated pretty much the whole way against a tough, durable, and game veteran. Guerrero (24-1, 18 KO) won on scores of 100-89, 100-89, 99-90. Bad Left Hook had it 100-89 for Guerrero, who floored Medina in the second round but couldn't put him away. Overall, he looked sharp out there.
Phil Lo Greco KO-1 Brandon Hoskins: Lo Greco, 28, improves to 24-0 (13 KO) with an easy win in 1:26. Hoskins (16-2-1, 8 KO) is a Missouri club fighter who is desperately out of his league against guys who can fight a little bit, and this is his second straight one-sided loss, following a TKO-3 defeat at the hands of Keith Thurman in May.
J'Leon Love UD-8 Joseph De los Santos: Love, 24, is now 12-0 (7 KO), winning on scores of 80-70 across the board. De los Santos falls to 11-10-3 (4 KO).
Abner Cotto TKO-8 Juan Montiel: Miguel Cotto's younger cousin runs it up to 14 straight wins with his sixth stoppage victory to start his pro career.
Jamie Kavanagh UD-8 Paul Velarde: Kavanagh (11-0-1, 5 KO) stays unbeaten with a win on scores of 80-72 on all three cards. Velarde falls to 3-2-3 (0 KO).
Daquan Arnett KO-2 Eddie Cordova: 19-year-old Arnett, a Florida junior middleweight, goes to 5-0 (3 KO).
Don't forget to join us for round-by-round coverage of Khan vs Garcia, starting at 11 p.m. EDT!