Heavyweight contender Luis Ortiz scores KO win in his first fight in a year, immediately calls out champion Deontay Wilder who was sitting ringside in Miami, Florida.
Pair of welterweight prospects face off in a must-win fight tomorrow night on FS1.
Unbeaten heavyweight contender Luis "King Kong" Ortiz faces Daniel "The Mountain" Martz in an added 10-round featured bout, while welterweights Bryant Perrella and Alex Martin meet up and unbeaten featherweight prospects Stephen Fulton and Adam Lopez square off in undercard action from Hialeah Park in Miami, Florida.
With the death of Miami Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez fresh on his mind, Yordenis Ugas kept his focus—and his fists—squarely on Bryant Perrella in a dominating performance.
Bryant Perrella carries a perfect record into his 147-pound clash with Yordenis Ugas. So did the last boxer to face the Cuban veteran, but it didn’t remain unblemished.
The nature of the game is such that boxers usually aren’t prone to fear—or at least they rarely express it. Bryant Perrella, though, readily cops to an incident in which he was literally running scared in the ring.
Calling undefeated 147-pound prospect Bryant Perrella a master of efficiency is akin to calling water a little wet. After all, Perrella has finished off 13 of his 14 foes inside the distance, including the last 11.
Any questions about Artur Beterbiev’s surgically repaired right shoulder were answered pretty quickly in his return against Ezequiel Maderna.