Danny Garcia Score Brutal KO over Erik Morales - Full Boxing Card Report
Danny Garcia Score Brutal KO over Erik Morales - Full Boxing Card Report
By SecondsOut special to Doghouse Boxing (Oct 21, 2012) Photos © Tom Casino / SHOWTIME
Danny Garcia lands punch on Erik Morales
Danny Garcia KOs Erik Morales
By Jerry Glick reporting. With one swipe of his left hand, Danny Garcia, 25-0 (16 KOs), apparently ended the storied career of Hall of Fame bound Erik Morales.

Morales, 52-9 (36 KOs), who weighed in the night before at 139.2 lbs., looked slow and old as 24 year old Garcia, 139.8 lbs., looked like he was fighting in fast motion to the 36 year old ex-champ’s slow-mo.

The sequence went like this, jab, jab, right; jab, jab, right, followed by a left hook over a lowered right hand and it was over at 1:23 of the fourth round of Garcia’s defense of his WBA Super-WBC and Ring Magazine Junior-Welterweight strap at the Barclays Center on the Golden Boy promoted show; the first ever boxing event at the new Brooklyn venue. Benji Estevez refereed.

Paulie “Magic Man” Malignaggi, 146.2 pounds, opened a huge cut over the left eye of opponent, (not challenger) Pablo Cesar Cano, 148.4 pounds, in the second round that bled heavily at times, but as hard as he tried, the Brooklyn resident could not prompt the referee, Steve Smoger to stop the fight.

He jabbed the eye all night but Cano, 26-2-1 (20 KOs), made it to the end of the twelve round affair, even dropping the Magic Man in the eleventh stanza, but lost a split decision.

The final scores from the judges, 114-113 twice for Malignaggi and 118-109 for Cano.

It was a non-title fight because Cano came in over the 147 pound welterweight limit. Malignaggi improved to 32-4 (7 KOs).

Paulie Malignnagi lands on Pablo Cano
Peter Quillin lands punch on Hassan N'dam
Randall Bailey (Left) - Devon Alexander (Right)
Peter “Kid Chocolate” Quillin, 159.2 pounds, won the WBO Middleweight belt with a scintillating twelve round decision over defending champion Hassan N’Dam N’Jikam.

N’Jikam, 27-1 (17 KOs), was down six times; twice in the fourth, the sixth, and in the last round.

The judges score it 115-107 across the board for Quillin who remains unbeaten at 28-0 (20 KOs). N’Jikam, 159 pounds, seemed to take the closer rounds, but Quillin dominated the rest. Eddie Claudio refereed.  

Devon Alexander “The Great” (24-1 (13 KOs) won twelve round unanimous decision over defending champion Randall “KO King” Bailey (43-8 (37 KOs) to acquire his IBF welterweight title. Bailey 147 Pounds, a big puncher spent the fight looking to end it by a knockout was stymied by the clever tactic of jab and grab employed by Alexander.

The judges gave the title to Alexander, 146.8, by scores of 115-111, 116-110 and 117-109. Arthur Mercante refereed.


Middleweights - Daniel Jacobs w ko1 Josh Luteran

Welterweights - Luis Collazo w u8 Stephen Upsher

Welterweights - Dmitry Salita w u6 Brandon Hoskins

Jr. Middleweights - Eddie Gomez w ko2 Saul Benitez

Jr. Middleweights-Boyd Melson draw 6 Jason Thompson

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