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ShoBox - Prograis vs Herrera: Live streaming results and round by round coverage

Regis Prograis headlines tonight's four-fight telecast on Showtime.

Scott Christ is the managing editor of Bad Left Hook and has been covering boxing for SB Nation since 2006.

Tonight at 10:30 pm EDT, ShoBox: The New Generation returns on Showtime with four fights from the Buffalo Run Casino in Miami, Oklahoma, with junior welterweight prospect Regis "Rougarou" Prograis facing Aaron Herrera in the 10-round main event.

Prograis (16-0, 13 KO) will be competing for the third time on ShoBox, and in his second straight main event on the series. The 27-year-old New Orleans native is the clear favorite in this fight, as Herrera (29-4-1, 18 KO) is coming off of a wide loss to another unbeaten prospect, Pedro Campa.

Opening the show will be Dillon Cook (16-0, 6 KO), as he takes on Justin DeLoach (13-1, 7 KO), trained by Paul Williams. Welterweight Ivan Golub (10-0, 8 KO) will face Marlon Aguas (9-0, 6 KO). And junior welterweight Ivan Baranchyk (9-0, 8 KO) will take on Nick Givhan (16-0-1, 10 KO). All three fights are set for eight rounds.

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Regis Prograis def. Aaron Herrera by KO (2:17 of round 1)

Ivan Baranchyk def. Nicholas Givhan by KO (0:21 of round 1)

Ivan Golub def. Marlon Aguas by TKO (stopped after round 6)

Justin DeLoach def. Dillon Cook by KO (2:47 of round 4)

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Round 1: Herrera hurt and down two minutes into the fight. This thing is over. Prograis KO-1


Round 1: And down goes Givhan on a left hand. It's over. Baranchyk KO-1


Round 1: Aguas has a colorful hairdo. Golub is pronounced like "Gollum," which is delightful. He's throwing the long jab to start from the southpaw stance. Long left comes in behind it, both upstairs and to the body. Good right and left from Aguas, counter right from Golub. Left to the chest from Golub. Golub 10-9

Round 2: Golub's corner wants more body work. Aguas' corner wants him to not get himself knocked out. Aguas fighting like me as a mage trying to avoid melee on a video game. Knockdown called about halfway into the round, Aguas officially down there, he's complaining about something. AND THEN GOLUB GOES DOWN ON A RIGHT HAND! Well then! Golub's legs don't look great. Golub still doesn't look like he totally has his legs back. I mean he's not wobbling but he doesn't look strong. Golub trying to close the round strong. Aguas 10-9, 19-19

Round 3: Aguas doing decent in first half of this round. Seems a bit less jittery since he learned he can hurt and drop this guy. He's still pretty jittery, but a bit less. He's landing some decent body shots. Golub can't find a comfort zone with this guy. The length isn't working because Aguas doesn't stay remotely still. Aguas 10-9, 29-28

Round 4: Golub adjusting a bit to start the round, landing some decent shots, trying to cut off the ring a bit more. Golub definitely having to work in this fight. His jab is scoring a bit better now. He seems to have settled in a bit more, and this was a really nice round. Third could easily have gone his way, I just liked Aguas' quality a bit better. But it's at worst even now. Golub 10-9, 38-38

Round 5: More awkward fighting from both, though Golub is doing the cleaner work still. The awkwardness is mostly thanks to Aguas' jittery style. Aguas gets shaken a bit late in the round and gets back on his bike. He's breathing heavy. Golub looks firmly in control the last two rounds. Good left from Golub again near the bell. Golub 10-9, 48-47

Round 6: Good right hand from Aguas inside, but Golub takes that and fires back, Aguas immediately tying up and grappling awkwardly. Most of what Aguas does is awkward and ugly. I doubt we're going to see him back on TV any time soon. Aguas with a little combo. Golub jabbing with confidence, though. Long left from Golub snaps Aguas' head back a bit. He's back in control. Aguas has a decent right. That's about it. Golub closing the distance some and starting to do some damage, too. Aguas' legs are going and he might be about done here. Down goes Aguas! He gets up, barely, and the round ends. Golub 10-8, 58-55


Round 1: Cook is a hometown hero whose parents both work at the casino. So there are a bunch of Oklahoma loonies holding signs that say DILLON and stuff. DeLoach showing a lot of hand speed early, jabbing at distance and stalking. DeLoach throwing some decent combos, not landing a ton, but making Cook uncomfortable. DeLoach takes the round, doesn't do a ton but clearly had the advantage here. DeLoach 10-9

Round 2: DeLoach keeping his hands busy but Cook finding some openings this round. DeLoach still has a calm, confident approach, though. DeLoach landing some shots that sort of bounce off of Cook's head. There's just a clear difference in speed that is making for a big gap in effectiveness. DeLoach 10-9, 20-18

Round 3: Cook landing a couple decent power shots in the first half of this round, and DeLoach finding it harder to land cleanly. Cook is the guy going backwards still but he's having more success. DeLoach with a body shot, Cook misses a wild left hook counter. Right hand from DeLoach up top. He did slow down some this round, which might be tactical more than anything. I liked Cook in this one. Cook 10-9, DeLoach 29-28

Round 4: DeLoach doing the more effective work. WHAM! Huge right hand floors Cook and this fight is over. DeLoach KO-4

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