Curiel defeats Camacho, Jr. in rematch

Nearly 1,200 fans converged at the West Warwick Civic Center in Warwick, Rhode Island, for the launch of “The CallOut” reality television series.

Camacho Curiel
(L-R) Freddie Curiel, Micky Ward, Paulie Malignaggi, Jarrod Tillinghast, Iran Barkley, Hector Camacho, Jr., David Mahmoud Sousa

The main event was the rematch between Hector “Macho” Camacho, Jr. (59-7-1, 33 KOs), and “Furious” Freddy Curiel (19-8-2, 8 KOs). Camacho had defeated Curiel by way of a 10-round unanimous decision 24 years ago at Trump Hotel Casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey. This time, however, Curiel was out to even the score, and he achieved that by securing a six-round split decision victory. This outcome has now set the stage for a possible trilogy.

Below are the official results of the 10 exhibition fights:

MAIN EVENT – 6 ROUNDS (90-second rounds)
“Furious” Freddy Curiel, Patterson, NJ
Hector “Macho” Camacho, Jr. , New York, NY
(Dispute: Curiel called out Camacho to avenge loss in 1998)

CO-FEATURE – 3 Rounds (2-minute rounds)
“Dynamite” Delon Jones (Providence, RI)
“Hard” Rock Paint (Fall River, MA)
(Dispute: Bragging Rights)

3 ROUNDS (2-minute rounds)
Franco “Too Sharp” Hernandez. N. Providence, RI
Jamour “The Truth” Edwards (Providence, RI)
(Dispute: Friendship Betrayal)

3 ROUNDS (2-minute rounds)
“Magnifico” Joseph Madeiros
Andre “The Blade” Gordon
(Dispute: Medeiros sold Gordon a bad car)

3 ROUNDS (90-second rounds)
“Lucky” Charm Howie
MG “Super Chocolate” Biah
(Dispute: Social Media Beef)

3 ROUNDS (90-second rounds)
Teddy “Quiet Storm” Zeekeh
Anthony “The Bull” Boyd
(Dispute: Zeekah claims Boyd’s accusation about him being dishonest about a female is false)

3 ROUNDS (90-second rounds)
Pierre “No Fear” Benson
“King” David “Booey” Thompson
(Dispute: Street Issues)

3 ROUNDS (90-second rounds)
“The” Don Donovan
David “Big” MacMillian vs.
(Dispute: Business Deal Gone Bad)

3 ROUNDS (90- second rounds)
Eddy “Bad Intentions” Valdez
Eduardo “Dl Mago” Morillon
(Dispute: Poor Tattoo)

All these matches were recorded live and will soon be woven into episodes of the upcoming “The CallOut” reality TV series.

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  • Avenged a loss after 24 years. I still look and feel young but such a statement reminds me I’m getting older lol.

    Camacho Jr. never quite got over a certain hump. I believe if he were in his prime today he could pull a Ryan Garcia and use social media to stay relevant. Camacho has talent but he’s just missing a gear or two that take him to that next level.

    • I’s say it was his power, if he had a lil bit of pop back in his day he would of made some noise. And yes social media would have benefited him like it does Ryan.

  • Camacho jr career was a fluke beating bums and getting beaten by them as well! I thought he was long gone inhis boxing career till i read this article!!!!!His last name was too much for him to carry! Oh well, but at least he made another paycheck to pay his piled up childsupport bills!

    • Perhaps, camacho jr. can challenge jake paul, call out canelo like everyone else for an ever nicer paycheck or call out chavez, jr for a cinco de mayo puerto rico vs mexico bullishht fight in which jr attemps to avenge his father loss to chavez sr. Winner takes a nice check to pay their childsupport bills and a bullishttt belt suleiman pops out in every canelo fight! The fight for legacy and honor!!!!!!!!

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