Prograis, Cruz score KOs in San Antonio

Former super lightweight world champion Regis “Rougarou” Prograis (25-1, 21 KOs) scored a third round TKO against previously unbeaten Juan Heraldez (16-1-1, 10 KOs). Two knockdowns in round three. Waved off after the second knockdown.

Regis Prograis X Juan Heraldez
Photo: Esther Lin/Showtime

Lightweight contender Isaac Cruz (20-1-1, 15 KOs) impressively TKO’d former world title challenger Diego Magdaleno (32-4, 13 KOs) in round one. It was a firefight from the very beginning. Cruz dropped Magdaleno in a heated exchange. Magdaleno beat the count, but moments later he was down again and this time hurt badly. The referee rightfully and immediately waved off the bout. The bout was an IBF title eliminator.
Cruz Vs Magdaleno Fight Night6
Photo: Sean Michael Ham/Mayweather Promotions

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  • I knew that was going to happen. Mayweather just basically sacrifices Heraldez to Prograis. He had very little chance to win that fight.

  • Time for Diego to retire.

    As for Prograis, give the kid another chance for glory against Taylor or Ramirez. As a last resort, perhaps Prograis can fight Barrios or Zepeda.

  • I turned on to watch Santa Cruz but it was the barrios fight. But barrios looked like Santa Cruz but lankier. So then I waited to see if the opponent was Davis and it was ryan karl who looked like a stretched out Canelo. So I thought I was tripping out. Anyway. Good luck Leo

  • Prograis has the same level than champion Josh Taylor, bad decition for Mayweather’s team expose Heraldez against so dangerous opponent, the same that happened last week when hard hitting Subriel Matias blasted another unbeaten Mayweather’s fighter (Malik Hawkins) in the same 140 pound category.

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