For us one of the most important was the return to the ring of former WBO Cruiserweight champion Victor Emilio Ramirez (16-2-0-1, 13). Ramirez, fighting for the first time in over 4 years made very light work of the limited and fragile Thabiso Mogale (14-14-2, 9). Mogale lasted less than a round with Ramirez.
Staying in South America, though moving to Bolivia, there were 2 title fights. These saw veteran Billy Wright (42-4, 33) taking just 80 seconds to stop Ricky Torrez (20-7-1) to defend his WBC Latino and WBC FECARBOX Heavyweight titles. The other title fight in Boliva saw Saul Farah (45-17-3, 39) claim the interim South American title with a 3rd round stoppage over Guido Santana (13-7-2, 9).
From South America to North America, where we had 2 more interesting bouts. In North American we saw promising prospect Charles Martin (13-0-1, 11) stopping the previously unbeaten Glendy Hernandez (10-1, 6) in round 4. This was on the same show as a bout between Andrae Carthron (7-10-2, 1) and Helaman Olguin (1-2, 1) which saw Carthron taking a 3rd round stoppage over Olguin.