Rocky Martinez and Orlando Salido went to war on April 4 in Puerto Rico, and the rematch on tonight's Mayweather-Berto undercard lived up to that fight and arguably even surpassed it, ending in a debatable draw on scores of 115-113 Martinez, 115-113 Salido, and 114-114.
BLH and SB Nation's Scott Christ it 116-112 for Salido, while BLH's Connor Ruebusch scored the fight 116-112 for Salido, as well. The prevailing thought across social media seemed to be that Salido had won the fight due to his incredible punch-rate, as he unleashed 1,037 punches over the 12 round battle.
Both fighters went down in round three, though Salido's knockdown of Martinez, which came first, was really more Salido stepping on Martinez's foot. Martinez responded with a legitimate knockdown shortly after. From there, though, Salido became ferocious and relentless in his attack, battering Martinez to the body and landing a good number of shots that might well have put down or even finished someone with lesser punch resistance.
Martinez (29-2-3, 17 KO) retains the WBO super featherweight title with the draw, and there will certainly be some demand for a third fight between these two. Salido (42-13-3, 29 KO) will definitely want a rubber match, but we'll have to see. This was a fantastic fight capping off what was overall a terrific undercard.