Fighting against veteran Fabio Eduardo Moli (44-9-0-2, 29), Vidondo may have expected his power to see off Moli, and in the early stages this seemed likely as he dropped Moli 3 times. Amazingly Moli saw off the early assault and actually dropped Vidondo himself.
Unfortunately the always erratic Moli then seemed to forget what he was doing and took a cheap shot at Vidondo, a shot he was then disqualified for. This is yet another mark on Moli's record who was also hot headed in his 2000 battle with Walter Armando Masseroni, a bout in which he kicked his opponent and was subsequently stripped of his belts at the time.
As well as the fight in Argentina, which subsequently lead to a riot, there was also action in the US and in Australia.
The American action saw 2012 Olympian Michael Hunter (2-0, 2) quickly take care of the much heavier Francisco Mireles (15-8, 4). Despite giving away more than 70lbs Hunter needed just 59 seconds to come out of this one with a victory. We've got to admit that we are disappointed with Mireles. We know he was a late replacement but we've no idea what he was doing above 280lbs.
The remaining bout saw a minor upset as Oscar Siale (15-13, 5) stopped the previously unbeaten Ben Wrotniak (5-1, 1) due to a cut that saw the bout called in round 4.