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El Chinito Leo Wins 10 Rounder on ShoBox Mayweather Promotions Las Vegas Showcase

By Robert Brizel, Head Real Combat Media Boxing Correspondent

Las Vegas, NV (April 6th, 2019)– In the main event of a Showtime ShoBox: The Next Generation eight bout card promoted by Mayweather Promotions on Friday night, April 5, 2019, at Sam’s Town Gambling Hall & Saloon in Las Vegas, Nevada, featherweight prospect Angelo ‘El Chinito’ Leo of Las Vegas, Nevada, went to 17-0, 8 knockouts with a unanimous 10 round decision over Filipino veteran Neil John Tabanao, 17-5, 11 knockouts, Mandaue City, Cebu, Philippines.

Leo, in his first ever ten rounder, appeared to win every round. Real Combat Media scored the bout 100-88 for Leo. Tabanao spent rounds eight and nine mostly covering on the ropes in defensive posture not throwing much, which led Real Combat Media to score the two rounds 10-8 for Leo. There were several fouls in this contest. Leo was warned twice for unintentional low blows. An accidental head butt from Tabanao midway through the contest left Leo with a swollen right eye which did not cut, but required his corner to use the end swell on their fighter’s right eye in the latter part of the contest to keep the swelling down. Leo outworked Tabanao with extreme volume, though his punches lacked the power to take Tabanao out. Referee Jay Nady spent almost the entire bout telling the fighters to watch their heads during close in fighting in a televised bout which featured no holding. Neither fighter was hurt. Tabanao was at competitive and had a good defense and stamina, but he was in survival mode, as was not throwing enough punches to win any rounds.

Result: Angelo Leo Win 10 Neil John Tabanao, Featherweights
Scoring: 110-90, 10-90, 100-89 for Angelo Leo.
Referee: Jay Nady Televised USA Showtime Friday Night 10 round Main Event.

USA Showtime Shobox: The Next Generation Televised Undercard
Xavier Martinez TKO 3 John Vincent Moralde, Lightweights (1:11)
14-0 Floyd prospect Martinez knocked down 21-3 Filipino Moralde in the third round, then quickly finished him on the ropes. Referee Tony Weeks stopped it. Moralde defenseless.

Andres Cortez Win 8 Jahmal Dyer, Lightweights
11-0 Lightweight prospect Cortez down in the fourth round won all other rounds.

Untelevised USA Showtime ShoBox: The Next Generation Undercard

Cameron Krael Win 10 Angel Martinez, Welterweights
In tossup bout, 16-3-3 Hawaiian Krael decisions 15-3-2 Texas fighter ‘Hitman’ Hernandez

Keith Hunter Win Split Decision 8 Sanjarbek Rakhmanov, Welterweights
10-0 Las Vegas welterweight prospect Hunter dropped Rakmanov in second round to win.

Keith Newman II KO 1 Cesar Lopez Ugarte, Super Middleweights
9-1-1 Las Vegas super middleweight prospect Newman made short work of 8-4 Ugarte

Maurice Lee Win 6 Andre Byrd, Welterweights
Sixth time 10-1-2 California southpaw welterweight prospect Lee has gone six rounds.

Kingdamon Antoine Jr. Win 6 Raheem Abdullah, Featherweights
9-0 Ohio prospect Antoine goes the six round distance for the first time in his career.

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Robert Brizel - Head Boxing Correspondent
Robert Brizel - Head Boxing Correspondent
Robert is the Head Boxing Correspondent for Real Combat Media Boxing since 2013. Robert is also a photographer and ringside reporter for the RCM Tri State region which includes NJ, NY and PA. Robert conducts exclusive interviews, provides historical boxing articles and provides editorial ringside coverage of major boxing events. You can contact or follow Robert on Facebook and by email at robertbrizel@realcombatmedia.com.