18-year-old lightweight experience, “The Battle Equipment” DJ Zamora III (4-0, 3 KOs), went over in his UNITED STATES launching, racking up a third round TKO versus Brandon Trout, a Mixed Martial Arts competitor, that was making his professional launching in boxing. The occasion happened at the Hooligan Public House in Cheyenne, Wyoming, as well as was advertised by Extra pound 4 Extra Pound Advertisings.
Zamora, that is handled by Bob Santos, revealed wonderful ring generalship as he determined the speed of the battle from the opening round. Trout, a southpaw, did his finest to use stress yet was refuted as Zamora maintained his range with an informed stab. In round 3, Zamora, that is likewise a southpaw, captured Trout with a destructive right hook that stunned him. Zamora saw that Trout was injured as well as unloaded a flurry of strikes, compeling the umpire to quit the round in the third round.
“It felt great to make my USA debut against a tough opponent like Trout,” claimed Zamora III, that is educated by his daddy, Demler Zamora II. “I’m happy that I was able to get some good rounds in. My first three fights have been in Mexico, so it was nice to fight in my home country. I’m ready to take my career to the next level.”
“My son showed a lot of maturity in this fight,” specified Demler Zamora II, papa as well as fitness instructor of DJ III. “Trout was not an easy fight. This kid was in great shape and he was coming. I was pleased that DJ kept his composure when Trout was coming in aggressive. My son stuck to the game plan and caught him with a nice check hook, and finished him off like a true pro.”
“DJ is a very skilled fighter with a tremendous amount of talent.” Bob Santos claimed. “You never know what you got in a fighter until he steps up against tough opposition. This was a good test to see where he’s at and he passed with flying colors. My next move for him is to get him an opportunity on a PBC card. I’m hoping he can fight four more times by the end of the year.”
The Barrientes Doubles, Chavez as well as Angel, along with very middleweight Angel Chavez, that were arranged to eliminate on this card, had their battles terminated as a result of their challengers coming in 10 extra pounds obese. Angel Chavez’ challenger never ever turned up.