February 24th – Thomas Essomba lost to Jay Harris in a highly competitive Commonwealth title bout, marred by the 117-112 card of Robert Williams to the home boxer, Harris.
March 4th – Judges sure do love Danny Garcia.
Kevin Hunter was the latest to fall under his curious spell, scoring him an improbable 115-113 winner over Keith Thurman. Thankfully the other two got it right.
March 17th – David Grayton got screwed out of a win over veteran Kermit Cintron, being forced to settle for a technical draw after scores of 47-47 twice (Adam Friscia & Steve Weisfeld) & a crazy 46-49 turned in by Tony Lundy.
In the night’s main event, Amir Mansour almost suffered the same treatment against Travis Kauffman, Steve Weisfeld continuing his bad night with a 114-114 score.
Mansour walked away with the majority verdict.
March 18th – Carlos Cuadras-David Carmona could have gone either way.
Cuadras escaped with the decision, including 97-93 cards from John Poturaj & Robin Taylor that did little to reflect the fight.
March 23rd – Jason Quigley had to fight hard to beat Glen Tapia over ten rounds, but Tapia’s effort wasn’t recognized by poor cards of 100-90 (Carla Caiz) and 99-91 (Zac Young).
March 25th – Joe Gallagher, and ref Victor Loughlin, deserve ire for failing to protect Marcus Morrison from himself as he received a bad beating from Jason Welborn down the stretch.
Perhaps in an attempt to make up for this, Gallagher then played to the cameras in the night’s main event, making a faux move to pull Anthony Crolla out with one round to go against Jorge Linares, when his charge appeared to be in no serious danger of being stopped.
The prevailing feeling was one of embarrassment.