Found July 05, 2012 on The Queensbury Rules:
PLAYERS: Vicente Escobedo
On May 12 in Woodland, Calif., San Francisco's Denis Madriz and Fresno's Luis Villagomez were two fighters looking for their first professional victory off-TV on the Solo Boxeo undercard of Vicente Escobedo versus Juan Ruiz. Their scheduled four-round featherweight bout was considered by many in attendance the best fight of the night. Unfortunately, the 4th round stoppage in favor of Madriz was incorrectly ruled as the cut that caused the stoppage came from a head butt and not from a punch and thus should have been ruled a no contest. According to Frank Aleman, president of Aleman Boxing Fresno where Villagomez trains, he was told by California State Athletic Commission director Che Guevara that if they could obtain a copy of the fight that shows the headbutt clearly caused the cut, that they would change the decision to a no contest. Aleman obtained a copy of the fight from the production truck that night and passed it along to the commission, sending and pl...
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