Cotto, who had entered the bout with a perfect KO record will perhaps feel a bit annoyed that his KO streak has come to an end though anyone who saw the fight will know that Suarez was on the verge of being stopped had he not clubbed Cotto with illegal shots anyway.
Again, like yesterday, there was also action Argentina, this time however we didn't get the riot that followed the Moli/Vidondo fight. Instead we saw Marcelo Fabian Dominguez (44-7-1, 24), a former Cruiserweight, stopping domestic journeyman Hector Alfredo Avila (22-15-1, 14) in the 7th of a scheduled 10 rounds.
In Switzerland we had the two biggest surprises of the night. Firstly the withdrawal of Arnold Gjergjaj, who was supposed to be main eventing in his adoptive Switzerland and then the subsequent opening round stoppage of Michael Sprott (37-21, 17) by Erkan Teper (11-0, 7). Sprott, whilst certainly not a world beater has rarely been stopped this early, in fact only former world champion Corrie Sanders managed to stop inside a round. Very impressive result for Teper.
One of the most interesting bits of Heavyweight action for the day was in Hungary courtesy of a "Super 4" Heavyweight tournament.
The tournament began with two semi-finals, these saw Tamas Bajzath stopping Attila Zsiros (1-1-1, 1) in the second round and Ferenc Zsalek defeating Istvan Ruzsinszky (11-8-1, 8), in a bout that went to an extra round after being scored a draw originally.
The victories for Bajzath (8-5-1, 4) and Zsalek (12-35-3, 1) saw them competing in a final bout with Bajzath taking a 4 round decision for the top prize.