“Blue Chip” Prospect Shines In First Hollywood Fight Night

Tennessee native remains unbeaten 

Unbeaten super lightweight prospect Ryan ‘Blue Chip’ Martin (21-0, 12 KOs) scored a fourth round stoppage over Luis Florez (23-9, 19 KOs) in the main event as the first card for the Hollywood Fight Nights show took place at the Avalon in Hollywood, California.

Martin opened the bout by patiently picking his spots in the opening round while landing some big shots on Florez. The Columbia native was rocked by a right hand in round three, then Martin, of Tennessee, followed up with a left hook dropping Florez. A big right hand in the fourth round by Martin did it as Florez was down and out.

In the co-feature, welterweight Brian Ceballo (1-0) of New York made his pro debut with a first round stoppage of Luis Alberto Longoria, (1-1) of Sonora, Mexico. Ceballo busted Longoria’s nose as he cornered him and landed a solid flurry of punches as the referee stepped in to call a halt to the bout in the first round.

Tonight’s card was the first of a new series being presented by Tom Loeffler and his new company 360 Promotions.

By: Chris Henderson 

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