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LOCKED & LOADED | (Nov. 23, 2014) - Thompson Boxing Promotions wrapped up its promotional
year with a stellar night of boxing highlighted by knockouts in the main and co-main events.

Welterweight Artemio Reyes (23-2, 19 KOs) of Colton, Calif. has won nine straight - eight by
KO - after knocking out the durable Christopher Degollado (10-4, 8 KOs) of Monterrey, Mex. In
the seventh round.

"I knew my punches were having an impact and I felt him getting tired as the rounds wore on,"
said the 28-year-old Reyes. "It was only a matter of time before I finished him off."

Reyes, who has become accustomed to knocking out opponents inside of three rounds, had to
work a little harder for this KO win. Degollado had a solid defense and it took Reyes a few
rounds to figure out his weaknesses.  Reyes pressured Degollado into corners and transitioned
well from counter punching to attacking on the inside.

In the co-main event, Jose Roman (19-1-1, 13 KOs), one of the rising talents in the lightweight
division, took home his fourth win of the year in the "Locked n' Loaded" 8-round co-main event.
Roman knocked out Jose Luis Ramirez, Jr. (7-2-1, 4 KOs) of Tijuana, Mex. in the third round
with a right hook to the head. In the previous round, Roman connected with a left hook that
dropped and dazed Ramirez.

"It was important for me to close out the year with a solid win and I did just that," said the
26-year-old Roman, who lives in Garden Grove, Calif. and trains with Joel Diaz. "I look forward
to staying busy next year and can't wait to fight on another Thompson Boxing card."

In a fight that was largely fought on the inside, top bantamweight prospect Carlos Carlson
(16-0, 10 KOs) of Tijuana, Mex. extended his unbeaten streak by outpointing the veteran Miguel
Tamayo (15-10-2, 13 KOs) of Ciudad Obregon, Mex.  Scores read 60-54, 59-55, 60-54.  Carlson
is managed by Roberto Sandoval and trained by Danny Zamora.  

Super featherweight Erick Ituarte (9-1-1, 2 KOs) of Santa Ana, Calif. is not known for his
overwhelming force, but on Friday night, he peppered Jesus Angulo (3-6, 2 KOs) of Nuevo
Laredo, Mex. with a constant flow of heavy punches. Ituarte routinely backed up the taller
Angulo and closed the book in the third round with a series of combinations that proved too
much for the Mexican-native.

The night started with an excellent back and forth affair between heavyweights Siala Siligoa
(2-2, 2 KOs) of San Bernardino, Calif. and Rodney Hernandez (3-1, 2 KOs) of Modesto, Calif.
Siligoa, also known as "Mighty Mo," got the action started early in round one with an overhand
right that put Hernandez on his wallet.

Hernandez, however, worked his way back into the fight by pushing forward and landing quality
lead rights and left hooks.  The judges awarded Hernandez with a unanimous decision win with
scores of 38-37 all around.
 
"Locked n' Loaded" was presented by Thompson Boxing Promotions and sponsored by Lucas Oil,
in association with KCAL 96.7 FM Rocks!, KOLA 99.9 FM, and LATV Networks.

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Photo by Carlos Baeza - Thompson Boxing
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ERIKA
SATIVA
ARTEMIO 
REYES
CARLOS CARLSON
MIGUEL TAMAYO
CHRISTOPHER
DeGOLLADO
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