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Luke Flores over Sonny Luque by KO (:41 , 3rd round)Victor Martinez over Jose Cabral by Split DecisionEdgar Diaz over Fabian Saldivar by KO (:39, 1st round)Robert Aguirre over Isaac Matamoros by KO (:32, 3rd round)Elias Rodriguez over Jorge Cortez by Submission (:50, 1st round)Irvin Lopez over Ryan Rangel by DecisionChris Cuadra over Adan Adame by Submission ( 1:06, 2nd round)Gunner Coronado over Eric Aleman by Submission (1:17, 1st round)***************************************************************There’s a few things to talk about and I’ve taken way too long to talk discuss this event, so let’s get it!The first thing I want to cover is the loss of Fabian Saldivar. As most of you reading this are aware, the local legend return to the STFC cage was a short-lived affair after falling to Eduardo Diaz at the:39 mark of the 1st round. I really didn’t anticipate such a result so I was curious on what happened. The next day the former STFC featherweight champion took to social media to shed some light on his performance:Even with a loss under a minute, I don’t think this is a bad loss for Saldivar. He tried something and got caught. No biggie. He could have taken on an opponent who had ten fights and only two victories but he decided to go after the fighter that just gave Luke Flores his toughest fight to date. Saldivar should be applauded for taking on a fighter of that caliber in his return bout after sitting on the sidelines for nearly two years. This is just a bump in the road and I would expect to see Saldivar back super kicking foes in his quest for a title.It’s also going to be interesting to see where Diaz goes from here. He’s had back-to-back impressive performances against some of STFC’s elite wolves. I don’t know if this win puts him in the featherweight title picture just yet, but another victory or two will pretty much guarantee him a spot in a featherweight title picture.Speaking of titles, the bantamweight division has generated some talk about who should be in contention for the bantamweight title. The first choice – and I don’t even think you can argue it- is Robert Aguirre. Ever since coming on the scene, Aguirre has taken the bantamweight division by storm with his beautifully brutal Muay Thai. It should be no surprise to anyone that Aguirre is coached by a duo of the most elite strikers to ever come out of the Valley. Aguirre’s most recent victory saw him deliver a head-kick KO to Isaac Matamoros at STFC 41 solidifying his place in the bantamweight title picture. Who will be Aguirre’s dance partner is still up in the air. Aguirre did mention that there is talks of Eduardo Bustillos and Leroy Martinez meeting in a number one contender fight but it seems Martinez officially withdrew his name from the title picture and will stay at 125lbs.
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