Robert "The Ghost" Guerrero returned to the ring after more than a year. Yoshihiro Kamagai had no pity.


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Both let loose the bombs it was Guerrero's defense that proved a slight difference in winning the fight. But not much of a difference.




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Heavyweight hopeful Dominic Breazeale dominated 
Devin Vargas.
        
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Bogere knocked out Zamudio at the end of round three. Here he celebrates. 

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Kamagai gave the Ghost plenty to think about as they traded bombs for 12 rounds at the StubHub Center in Carson. Once a potential fight of the year took place.

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Gary Russell Jr. counter attacked from the start against Vasyl Lomachenko. The vacant WBO featherweight title was the prize.



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Breazeale blew out Vargas at 2:26 of round three. The big heavy won his 11th victory and his 10th knockout.


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Fabian Maidana won his pro debut against fellow debuter Eddie Diaz. The junior welter from Argentina won by
unanimous decision.

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Guerrero could have boxed and moved but the warrior in him obliged him to bang it out with Kamagai. The fans and TV audience were appreciative.


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Ukraine's Lomachenko showed that with only three pro fights, his experience and aggresiveness was the difference in beating Russell by majority decision. He's the new WBO 
champ.
       
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Sharif Bogere fought veteran Miguel Zamudio and was able to rebound from his only loss that took place a 
year ago.

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