Last Friday night, Bobby D. Presents, in association with Jorge Marron Productions packed the house at the Four Points Sheraton Hotel in sunny and warm San Diego, CA, in the latest installment of their San Diego Boxing Series.
In the main event, local favorite James “Chocolate” Parison (14-4, 4KOs) earned a hard fought decision over a very game Eddie Hunter (4-7-2, 2KOs) of Seattle, WA in a six round super middleweight contest in front of a enthusiastic hometown crowd. The fight was much closer than the 59-54 three times would indicate.
National City, CA’s Adrian Vargas (3-0, 1KO) remains undefeated after beating Frankie Martinez (0-3) of Las Vegas via unanimous decision in a 4 round light welterweight bout. All three judges, Alejandro Rochin, Pat Russell and Fritz Warner, scored it a landslide 40-36 each.
Heavyweight Joe Delgadillo (1-0, 1KO) of Chula Vista, CA, won his professional debut over Charles Tucker (3-4, 3KOs) via TKO. Tucker did not answer the bell to start round three.
Never in a bad fight, San Diego’s own Pablo Armenta (6-0-1, 2KOs) defeated Federico Martinez (1-1) of Lakeside, CA, via a third round TKO in a scheduled four round Lightweight contest. Martinez injured his right shoulder and was unable to continue.
Adolfo Landeros (22-20-1, 10KOs) traveled north to the lightweight division and battled veteran Manuel Sarabia (16-21-9, 10KOs) of Culiacan, Mex, to a majority draw in a hotly contested four rounder. Two judges, Pat Russell and Fritz Warner, saw it a draw while Alejandro Rochin scored it for Sarabia 39-37.