Originally written on The Queensbury Rules  |  Last updated 10/8/14
LOS ANGELES -- Bantamweight Isaac Torres of Texas battled to a 4 round draw with David Reyes of nearby Montebello. Reyes moved a fair amount, but stopped a few times a round to flurry with heavy shots, usually to the body of Torres. Torres, in stalking mode and slightly underproductive, landed more telling blows between the combinations by Reyes, but his inactivity evened things out. Reyes goes to 2-2-1 (0 KO), while Torres moves to 2-0-1 (2 KO).  Welterweights Alonzo Loeza and Zachary "Kid Yarmulke" Wohlman fought out a spirited 4 round tussle. Wohlman walked directly into a number of right hands by Loeza, but worked the body well and seemed to hold an edge on the inside. Loeza was wide open for left hooks, which he absorbed decently, and he actually found success backing Wohlman to the ropes in rounds 2 and 3. Wohlman hit the deck at the end of the 3rd round and rose on shaky legs and looking very exhausted. Loeza upped the ante in the 4th and forced a referee stoppage at :17 of round 4. With the loss, Wohlman falls to 4-1-1 (1 KO), and Loeza moves up to 3-7-1 (2 KO). Ohio's Chris Pearson improved his record to 6-0 (5 KO) with an early blitzkrieg of Jeremy Marts. After sending Marts into the ropes with a hook early in the 1st, Marts bounced off to attempt to trade hooks and was sent to the canvas hard. The bout was called off moments later. Marts is now 8-13 (6 KO).  
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