By Reginald Murrell ringside in Oxnard: Women’s Featherweight Champion(WBA) Maureen Shea 23-2(11KO’s) from Ventura California won and impressive 10 round championship fight against the inexperienced but game Nohime Dennisson 5-3-2 from Albuquerque New Mexico in Oxnard, California on Saturday.
In the opening round Dennisson came out with a lot of nervous, excited energy, bouncing in and out delivering fast combinations backing Shea up. As the first round progressed you could see Shea’s calm, relaxed demeanor as she measured her less experienced opponent. In the 2nd round Shea began what would be an assault Dennisson’s body that would continue throughout the fight. Shea continually trapped Dennisson along the ropes and pounded both sides of the body, Shea’s experience began to show as Dennisson had no answer the constant pressure and body attack being applied by Shea. In the 5th Dennisson was able to catch Shea with a perfectly thrown right hand that brought blood from the nose of Shea, that was about as much success Dennisson would have on this night. Shea won a workman like Unanimous Decision
Scores were 91-93 on all judges card
In the Co-Main Event Super Middleweight Maksim Vlasov 29-1(14 KO’s) from Camarillo California by way of Samara Russia won a entertaining, hard fought 8 round fight over tough Derrick “Superman” Findley 20-13-1 (13 KO’s) from Gary Indiana. Vlasov the taller and more skilled fighter gave Findley a clinic on the fundamentals and an advance class of boxing. But in the middle rounds Findley learned quickly on the use of body shots. In the 4th round Findley began to get close enough to land some telling body shots to the lanky Vlasov. The movement and punch output from Vlasov began to slow, giving Findley an opportunity to get in the fight. In the end Vlasov’s height and combination punching was the kryptonite to Superman’s power punching. Vlasov Unanimous Decision
Scores were: 79-73, 80-72, 80-72
Light Welterweights Irvin “El Tarasco” Garcia 10-2 (6 KO’s) from Oxnard California was stopped at 1:29 of the 2nd round by Adrian Rodriquez Garza 8-2 (6 KO’s) from Tlalnepantla Mexico. What started off the 2nd rounds as a getting to know you round, Garza landed a over hand right that caught Garcia by surprise and rattled him. Garcia stopped and dropped his defense in the middle of Garza’s punches looking hurt and confused. Garza took advantage of the opportunity and stopped Garcia before he could recover. Garza by KO, 1:29 of the 2nd round.
A fighter can only fight the opponent put in front of him, but Victor Serrano, 3-4 (1KO) from Ensenada Mexico looked like he was brought in straight from a beach in Ensenada. Daniel “Twitch” Franco, 7-0-2 (4 KO’s) did his job and stopped the over matched Serrano at 2:10 seconds of the 3rd round.
Indian “Tizoc” Banuelos, 2-1 the local fan favorite won a majority decision over Alan Garcia, 0-1-1 from Las Vegas Nevada. Scores of 38-38, 40-36, 39-37.
Abraham Lopez, 5-1 (2KO’s) from Oxnard California stopped Robert Hill, 1-5 from Palmdale California in the 3 round of a 4 round Welterweight bout.
March 15, 2014