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​QUINCY, MASS. (March 31, 2018): Hometown hero *Mark “Bazooka” DeLuca* (21-0,
13 KOs) scored a seventh-round technical knockout victory against* Ramses
Agaton* (20-8-3, 10 KOs) of Mexico City, Mexico in the 10-round main event
of the March 31 edition of *Golden Boy Boxing on ESPN* at *Marina Bay
Sportsplex* in Quincy, Mass. DeLuca was too strong and skilled in this
battle of southpaws in which Agaton was stopped at 2:17 of the seventh
round with two vicious punches to the body.

“When you know you’re fighting against a guy from Mexico, you’ve got to be
in shape,” said *Mark Deluca.* “You’ve got to be ready because they don’t
come in easy. He [Agaton] was very ready and game. Being patient and
picking my shots was the toughest part of this fight because I didn’t want
to get caught with anything. I’ll be back in the gym on Monday. I’m sure
they’ll have something planned for me and I’m ready to get back in the

*Jason Quigley (14-0, 11 KOs) of Donegal, Ireland knocked out Daniel
Rosario (11-4, 10 KOs) of San Juan, Puerto Rico with a thunderous left hook
to the body in the sixth-round of a scheduled eight-round super
middleweight clash in tonight’s co-main event. Quigley dominated each round
before finishing Rosario at 2:56 of the sixth round. “My new team helped me
take my opponent down,”said Jason Quigley. “He was a tough kid and had
never been stopped. I knew this was the perfect fight to come back and see
where I’m at. I broke him down, and when I shook the ring rust out, I took
him out.” Yamaguchi Falcao (14-0, 6 KOs) Sao Paulo, Brazil scored an
eight-round unanimous decision victory against Richar Gutierrez (30-18-2,
19 KO) of Arjona, Colombia in a middleweight fight. Falcao scored two
knockdowns en route to a clear win with scores of 79-73, 78-72 and
78-71. “The fight was a bit tough because he [Gutierrez] is a bit of a
dirty fighter,” said Yamaguchi Falcao. “I’m ready, though. I have big
dreams, and I want my opportunity. When I fight with bigger names, I’ll
know what to do.” Damon Allen Jr. (15-0-1, 5 KOs) of Philadelphia, Pa. went
to war over eight rounds of back-and-forth action before defeating Alexis
Del Bosque of Dallas, Texas (13-5, 9 KOs) via split decision in a super
lightweight bout. Allen, Jr. won with scores of 77-75 and 78-74, while one
judge had it 77-75 for Del Bosque.Irishman Raymond Moylette (6-0, 3 KOs)
defeated Matt Doherty of Salem, Mass. (7-4-1, 4 KOs) via unanimous decision
in a six-round super lightweight fight.*

*Travis Gambardella (3-1-1, 1 KO) of Revere, Mass. beat Lionel Young (1-5,
1 KO) of Brockton, Mass. via technical knockout at 1:57 of the third round
of a super middleweight fight originally scheduled for four rounds. Mike
Ohan, Jr. (6-0, 4 KOs) of Holbrook, Mass. scored a second-round TKO victory
against Bruno Dias (0-4) of Woburn, Mass. in a scheduled four-round super
welterweight fight. Joe Farina (2-0, 2 KOs) of South Boston, Mass.
stopped Jaco Matos (0-1) in the second-round of a super welterweight fight
originally slated for four rounds. The fight was stopped at 1:42 of of the
second round. Karen Dulin (3-13, 1 KO) of Providence, R.I. defeated Jillian
Diauto (1-1, 1 KO) of Boston, Mass. via unanimous decision in a four-round
lightweight fight. Dulin won with three scores of 40-36. Carlos
Gongora (12-0, 9 KOs) of Braintree, Mass. opened the night with a TKO
victory at2:24 of the third round of a scheduled six-round super
middleweight fight against Lenwood Dozier (10-19-2, 5 KOs) of Washington,

*DeLuca vs. Agaton *was a 10-round super welterweight fight presented by
Golden Boy Promotions and Murphy’s Boxing Promotions. The event was
sponsored by Tecate, *”THE OFFICIAL BEER OF BOXING” *and Hennessy, *”Never
Stop, Never Settle.” *The event was held on March 31, 2018 at Marina Bay
Sportsplex in Quincy, Mass.