The event was broadcast live from the Univision studios in Miami, Florida. Martinez not only won the tournament, but he also took home $ 30,000.
In the first round of the finals, both fighters tested each other. Martinez connected with a right hand, but Rivera lived to fight another chapter.
Soon after, Martinez continued with a barrage of kicks that eventually shook Rivera and knocked him to the ground. The Mexican followed with an arsenal of punches that left no other option than the referee to intervene and stop the fight.
Before reaching the final, Martinez defeated Alex Gonzalez by TKO at 1:50 in the first round in the quarterfinals. In the semifinals, he defeated Alan Cantú by unanimous decision.
Meanwhile, Rivera defeated Adam Martínez by TKO at 2:39 in the first round, while in the semifinals he was victorious against Nohelin Hernández by unanimous decision.
The night also featured reserve fights, where Rodrigo García defeated Eduardo Alvarado Osuna by unanimous decision and Leodegario Muniz defeated Héctor Fajardo also by unanimous decision.
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David Martínez defeated Alan Cantú by unanimous decision
Francisco Riviera Jr. defeated Nohelin Hernández by unanimous decision
David Martínez defeated Alex González by TKO at 1:50 in the first round
Nohelin Hernández defeated Manny Vázquez Split
Alan Cantú defeated Ernesto Ibarra by unanimous decision
Adam Martinez defeated Francisco Rivera Jr. by TKO 2:39 in the first round
Reserve fight results
Rodrigo García defeated Eduardo Alvarado Osuna by unanimous decision
Leodegario Muiz defeated Héctor Fajardo by unanimous decision
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