Pedro Guevara Shuts Out Herrera; Molina Puts Down Cabrera

Pedro Guevara Dominates Miguel Herrera in ProBox Main Event

Pedro Guevara, Nazario Castro, and Alexis Molina stand victorious
(L-Clockwise) Pedro Guevara, Nazario Castro, Alexis Molina

Pedro Guevara Dominates Herrera While Molina and Castro Win By Stoppage

In a one-sided beatdown, former light flyweight champion Pedro Guevara (40-3-1, 22KO) pitched a shutout against Miguel Herrera (22-6-5, 8KO) in a super flyweight showdown.

From the first bell, Guevara’s experience was on full display as he landed the right hand often and with ease. The former champion fought at a furious pace, landing the right hand before attacking the body with hooks.

Herrera failed to make any adjustments, and what little offense he could muster was quickly thwarted by the offensive force of Guevara. The second half of the fight was like watching a bad movie sequel as the former champion continued to punish Herrera with three or four unanswered shots flush on the chin.

Down the stretch, Guevara never let off the gas. He closed out the fight strong by landing punches from all angles until the final bell. All three judges’ scores were 100-90 in favor of Guevara. 3Kings Boxing agrees with the scorecards.

Guevara holds a #2 (WBC) ranking, which places him within striking distance of a world title.


Undefeated bantamweight Alexis Molina (9-0, 3KO) barely broke a sweat in defeating Jesus Mercado Cabrera (5-1-1, 4KO) in two rounds.

The fight started on fire as both guys were looking to land that home-run punch with wild punches in close. Molina quickly looked to attack the body. Cabrera, being the bigger puncher, was throwing the right hand upstairs.

If you stepped away for a quick moment, you probably got halfway up the stairs before hearing the fight was over. Molina landed a powerful three-punch combination that put his opponent down on the canvas. Cabrera did not try to beat the count. He looked down at the canvas before walking to his corner immediately following the stoppage.

Molina remained undefeated with this victory and has beaten two undefeated fighters in a row.


Super bantamweight Nazario Castro (11-2-1, 6KO) became the first fighter to stop a tough Juan Ramirez Marquez (15-7, 8KO).

Fighting in the southpaw stance, Castro got off to a slow start as Marquez came forward throwing punches in bunches and landing several overhand rights and hooks to the body. He went on the attack early, taking advantage of Castro fighting off the back foot and up against the ropes.

Marquez fought like a buzzsaw machine and was relentless at close quarters. After getting a stern lecture from the corner, Castro came alive in the second half and began to land punishing counter left hooks that busted up Marquez’s face.

Down the stretch, Castro picked up the pace by coming forward and drilling his opponent with a barrage of painful punches. In the eighth round, Marquez was wilting under the offensive of Castro, and after getting hit with more unanswered shots, the corner threw in the towel.

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