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Oleksandr Gvodzyk TKO-1 Mike Montoya
Not much of a competition. Gvodzyk landed clean shots on Montoya repeatedly, until finally icing him with him a huge right hand in his pro debut. Montoya is now 4-3-1 (2 KO).
Oscar Valdez TKO-4 Adrian Perez
Finish came on a wicked left hook to the body, with Valdez running his record to 10-0 (10 KO). The two-time Mexican Olympian has been dominant as a pro thus far, and that continued tonight.
Esquiva Falcao UD-6 Pubilo Pena
Scores were 60-54, 60-54, 60-53. All work was easy work for the Olympic silver medalist from Brazil tonight, as he improved to 2-0 (1 KO) with wipeout win over Pena (2-1, 1 KO). It wasn't the most impressive showing, really, but for all I know, the goal was to go the full six rounds tonight, get in some work, and move forward, rather than go out and show anything flashy or eye-popping to a nearly non-existent audience. There was certainly nothing bad about Falcao's performance, other than maybe he didn't show the power you would liked to have seen.
Seanie Monaghan TKO-5 Joe McCreedy
Monaghan (21-0, 14 KO) put the hammer down on McCreedy (15-7-2, 6 KO), the sort of fighter that Monaghan beats routinely. Whether or not Monaghan is going to be a world class fighter, it doesn't matter much. (And it's doubtful, as he's already 32 and is really facing only club fighters to this point.) Monaghan is a bit of a ticket seller in the New York area, and that's why he's with Top Rank. He fights in Vegas on these deep undercards mostly to stay busy, and it's already set that he'll be back on June 14 in New York, according to Top Rank.