Flores Overcomes Adversity; Schramm Rallies In Second Half

Shinard Bunch vs Bryan Flores Card Recap

Bryan Flores and Guido Schramm win on Bunch vs Flores card
(clockwise from left) Bryan Flores, Guido Schramm, Raul Garcia, Robert Terry

Bryan Flores and Guido Schramm Earn Comeback Victories

In the stacked junior welterweight division, Bryan Flores (24-0-1, 13KO) overcame adversity to grind out a victory over Shinard Bunch (21-2-1, 16KO). The fight almost ended in the first round after Bunch landed a blistering three-punch combination that dropped Flores, who narrowly survived the round. Bunch kept the momentum going by coming forward with the jab on the front foot. Moreover, his hooks, uppercuts, and superior counterpunching controlled the early portion of the fight.

Flores came roaring back in the second half by getting up in his opponent’s chest, landing hard right hands and body shots. Moreover, he took advantage of Bunch’s lack of movement by landing the jab to force his opponent against the ropes before unloading on the body. Visibly tired, Bunch tried to close the fight strong by landing quick combinations before holding. The Mexican remained relentless with the body attack until the final bell.


It was the tale of two halves as junior middleweight Guido Schramm (16-1-1, 9KO) walked away with a majority decision victory over Jahyae Brown (13-1, 9KO). The New Yorker came out on fire, landing the jab followed by fast combination punches that put Schramm on the backfoot. His defense, footwork, and body attack were on point. Moreover, he found a home for the uppercut, taking advantage of the Argentinian’s over-aggressiveness.

However, Schramm took control in the second half by coming forward and wearing down Brown with relentless pressure. He started landing hard body shots and overhand rights, clowning Brown before unleashing a barrage of punches. In the last round, both fighters fought hard. Brown started landing the jab and left hooks. Schramm closed the fight with hard overhand rights and left hooks that had Brown going backward until the final bell. One judge had it 95-95, overruled by other two judges that scored it 98-93, 97-93 in favor of Schramm. 3kingsboxing had it 96-94 for Schramm.


In a battle of undefeated junior middleweight prospects, both fighters remain undefeated as Robert Terry (9-0-1, 3KO) and Raul Garcia (12-0-1, 10KO) battled to a draw. Terry started strong by landing sharp counterpunches over the low punches from Garcia. He did a good job of keeping the Dominican amateur standout at bay, controlling the early portion of the fight.

However, Garcia came alive with those body shots that began to zap Terry’s strength. He continued to come forward with a consistent body assault, pinning his opponent up against the ropes. Down the stretch, both fighters were tired and looked a little sloppy but landed solid counterpunches until the final bell. Each fighter received a 77-75 scorecard as one judge had it 76-76 resulting in a draw. 3kingsboxing had it 77-75 for Garcia, but has no issue with the results.

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Garrisson Bland - Head of Public Relations/Senior Journalist. Garrisson is the Head of Public relations for 3kingsboxing.com as well as a senior writer. He is also the host of YouTube boxing show "Truth And Facts Sports Talk."