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Resulsts from War At Woodland Hills VI

Pendarvis defeats Lugo

Ringside By: Francisco Salazar
Photos: Miguel Salazar
Courtesy of: fightnews.com

Welterweight Cleotis “Mookie” Pendarvis won a workmanlike eight round unanimous decision over Jose Alfredo Lugo at the Warner Center Marriott in Woodland Hills, CA. The southpaw Pendarvis (14-3-2, 5 KOs) was in command for most of the bout, using his speed and ring generalship to land almost at will. Undaunted, Lugo pressed forward, hoping to land lead right hands. He was at his best when both fighters traded punches. However, Lugo (12-17-1, 5 KOs) was not able to keep up with the speed of Pendarvis. All three judges, including fightnews.com, scored the bout 79-73 in favor of Pendarvis. The Pendarvis-Lugo bout was moved up to main event status when the light heavyweight bout between Anatoily Dudchenko and Alex Armenta fell through due to Armenta claiming that he became ill a few days ago.

Unbeaten super middleweight DonYil Livingston won a six round split decision over veteran Michael Walker. Livingston (8-0-1, 4 KOs) was the more effective fighter of the two from the outset, landing left hooks at will. In the third round, Livingston primarily used his left hand, indicating that he probably hurt his right hand. Walker (19-12-2, 12 KOs) attempted to outwork Livingston as both fighters were on the inside. Walker pressed the fight as Livingston, who suffered a bad cut over his right eye from an accidental headbutt, circled the ring in an attempt to keep Walker at bay with his jab. One judge scored the bout 58-56 in favor of Walker, but the other two judges scored the bout 59-55 and 58-56 in favor of Livingston. Fightnews.com scored it a draw at 57-57.

Welterweight Zachary Wohlman won a one-sided four round unanimous decision over Tatsuro Irie. Known for overcoming substance abuse and for being trained by Freddie Roach, Wohlman (2-0) was able to repeatedly land left hooks to the head of Irie (0-2). The Japanese-born Irie attempted to score with right hands, but would get countered by Wohlman. All three judges, including fightnews.com, scored the bout 40-36 in favor of Wohlman.

In a highly-competitive bout, flyweight Adrienne Alegria won a four round majority decision over Becky Garcia. Over the first three rounds, Garcia (5-2, 3 KOs) landed the more accurate punches of the two, landing hard hooks and crosses to the head of Alegria. In the fourth, Alegria (2-0) effectively countered to the head with solid shots. One judge scored the bout a draw, but the other two judges scored the bout 39-37 in favor of Alegria. Fightnews.com scored the bout 39-37 for Garcia.

Welterweight Alexander Filichkin stopped Hector Alatorre after the fourth round of a scheduled six round bout. Alatorre was busier in the first round, but after that it was all Filichkin (10-0, 3 KOs) Fighting for the first time in the United States, the Russian-born fighter was busier, landing at will over a tiring Alatorre. After the end of the fourth round, Alatorre’s corner told referee Eddie Hernandez to stop the fight. After Filichkin was declared the winner, Alatorre, (16-18, 5 KOs) from Tulare, CA, announced his retirement from boxing.

In the opening bout of the Bash Boxing/ Art of Boxing Promotions card, super bantamweight Erik Ruiz of Oxnard, CA won a four round unanimous decision over Jesus Adame. After an even first round, Ruiz (4-0, 2 KOs) took the initiative, landing repeated right hands to the head of Adame (2-7-1). Adame, from San Bernardino, CA, tried to fight Ruiz on the inside, but would get repeatedly beat to the punch. All three judges scored the fight in favor of Ruiz, by scores of 40-36, 40-36, and 39-37.

Featherweight Celine Roman won a four round unanimous decision over the southpaw Claudia Amaro (1-1). Although there were few exchanges between the two, Roman (2-0) was the aggressor, landing repeated right hands to the head throughout the fight. All three judges, including fightnews.com, scored the fight 40-36 in favor of Roman.

   
   
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