Bad Left Hook will have live streaming results for the early undercard bouts this morning from Macau, updated as the results come in on this post. We've just gotten underway here before 8:00 am EDT. The card's three main fights (Nonito Donaire vs Simpiwe Vetyeka, Nicholas Walters vs Vic Darchinyan, Evgeny Gradovich vs Alexander Miskirtchian) will be recapped in separate posts.
Chris Avalos TKO-8 Yasutaka Ishimoto
Avalos (24-2, 18 KO) is now in line for a shot at the IBF super bantamweight title, currently held by Kiko Martinez, which would make for a hell of a fight on paper. Ishimoto is now 24-7 (7 KO).
Rex Tso UD-10 Ratchasak Kokietgym
Scores were 97-91, 97-91, and 96-92, but Tso (13-0, 8 KO) didn't have it all his way in this one, as he was dropped twice in the third round. That means, of course, that two of the judges still gave him nine of ten rounds, and another eight of ten, which was honestly fair enough. Tso was decked the two times, but wasn't particularly hurt either time, it was just a case of poor defense, which is something that can be fixed. Ratchasak falls to 22-3-1 (10 KO).
Ik Yang TKO-1 Geisler AP
29-year-old Chinese lightweight Yang improves to 15-0 (10 KO) with a first round walkover against Indonesia's AP (5-2, 3 KO), dropping the 30-year-old twice. This was just Geisler's second fight since 2011, so the result was about as expected, an easy win that got the crowd excited.
Esquiva Falcao UD-6 Eun-Chang Lee
Falcao (3-0, 1 KO) won on scores of 59-55, 59-54, and 58-55. He's not exactly impressing the way some expected coming out of the amateurs, where he was quite good in London, but it's still early days for his career.
Kuok Kun Ng KO-1 Muhammad Imam
Ng (4-0, 2 KO) is "The Macau Kid," and one of the drawing cards locally. The 23-year-old junior middleweight may or may not have any legitimate future. Maybe he's Macau Mike Lee.