By Zach Hirsch ringside
Unbeaten hometown welterweight favorite Harold Calderon (24-0, 17 KOs) defeated upset specialist Jonathan Jose Eniz (25-15-1, 10 KOs) of Argentina by unanimous ten round decision on Saturday night at the Doubletree Miamimart Hotel, in Miami, Florida. The official scores were 100-90 twice and 98-92. all in favor of Calderon. A solid victory for Calderon over a dangerous opponent on any given night. Eniz’ record can be a bit deceiving. His last four losses were to opponents with a combined record of 85-0. Eniz also has had his share of upsets including a win over former world champion Cesar Cuenca and a main event decision win as the visiting fighter in Europe in 2019.
Unbeaten WBO #4 middleweight Kanat Islam (28-0, 21 KOs) stopped formerly world ranked Jeyson Minda of Ecuador in round six.
Rounding out the card:
Kingdamon Antoine KO2 Daniel Alberto Coronel (super bantam)
Cortez Dunston W4 Joseph Coats (heavyweight)
Dimash Niyazov W Jonatan Hernan Godoy (lightweight)
Raul Chirino W Julio Buitrago (featherweight)
Chauncey Grace W Manuel Lara (lightweight)
Maliek Montgomery TKO 4 Anthony Zender (lightweight)