The show, which featured 8 bouts in total, had three Heavyweight contests. Between those three bouts that we're interested in there was just 7 rounds of total action.
Of those three Heavyweight contests the quickest took just just 2 minutes as Cuban Luis Ortiz (20-0, 17) quickly saw off the totally over-matched Alex Gonzales (20-9, 10). The bout, a pointless work out for the WBA's #2 contender, was not the sort of fight that will help prepare Ortiz for a world title contest and, if anything, will further lead people to wonder what he did to get such a high ranking.
It didn't take US Olympian Dominic Breazeale (8-0, 8) much longer to take out Keith Barr (11-5, 3) who lasted less than 2 completed rounds. Breazeale, arguably the USA's most interesting Heavyweight prospect, looks like a fighter really going places though we'd love him to have a gut check sooner rather than later. If it takes Breazeale as long as it takes Deontay Wilder to be facing opponents with a pulse however we'll be happy to reassess our opinion of Breazeale.
In the longest of the three Heavyweight contests Antonio Tarver (30-6-0-1, 21) successfully claimed the interim NABA title courtesy of a fourth round TKO over Mike Sheppard (21-16-1, 9). Sheppard dropped three times in round 4 as his lack of a chin told once again. It was the 12th time Sheppard had been stopped and it's unlikely he'll get another major bout any time soon, if ever.