Francis Lafrenière SD-10 Uriel Gonzalez
A really good TV fight, and not a bad decision or anything. Maybe a bit of a hometown edge for Lafrenière (15-5-2, 8 KO), but Gonzalez (15-2-1, 11 KO) didn’t separate himself a lot, either. Just good action throughout, great effort from both, a lot of punches thrown, not a lot of defense. Scores were 96-94 and 98-92 (questionable) for Lafrenière, and 96-95 for Gonzalez.
Sebastien Bouchard UD-8 Gustavo Garibay
Another record fluffer fight for Bouchard (15-1, 5 KO) in the win over Garibay (13-8-2, 5 KO), and not a very impressive one at that. Scores were 77-75, 78-74, and 79-73. Bouchard, at best, is the next Kevin Bizier. At best.
Adam Braidwood TKO-5 Eric Martel Bahoeli
Little to see here in the co-feature. Two heavyweight brawlers, little to no skill, no promise of ever being on a world stage, but they slugged it out in the last couple of rounds, at least. Braidwood (7-1, 6 KO) is a former football guy and looks every bit like it when he moves around the ring. Martel Bahoeli (11-7-1, 7 KO) is a 35-year-old guy you’ve seen pop up on these Quebec cards several times in recent years.