The unbeaten junior lightweight from Fresno maintained his perfect knockout-to-win ratio, scoring a second-round knockout of Ronaldo Solis. Castro floored Solis midway through round one and again in round two, the latter prompting referee Robert Hoyle to stop the fight at 0:43 of round two in their DAZN-televised opener Saturday evening at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.
As has been the case throughout his brief pro career, Castro didnвЂ™t waste any time in making his presence felt.Solis was immediately under attack, with a heavy jab by Castro setting up his strong right hand which froze the Cancun native in his tracks. Castrol followed through, landing a combination punctuated by a right hand to force Solis to the canvas.
Castro proceeded with the heavy artillery, nearly taking out Solis in the closing seconds of the opening round. A single right hand by Solis was enough to briefly force Castro to take a step back, allowing him to make it out of the round.
Castro emphatically closed the show in round two.Solis (4-3-1, 3KOs) was trapped along the ropes when Castro landed a crushing right hand to send Solis to the canvas. This time, it was enough to prompt an immediate stoppage.
Castro improves his record to 5-0 (5KOs), all coming in a 50-week span since turning pro last December 19 in San Antonio. The first three fights of CastroвЂ™s career took place on the undercards of Saul вЂCaneloвЂ™ Alvarez, with his most recent outing serving as a true homecoming this past October 16 in Fresno, Top Site Info California.The rising prospect is expected to be moved aggressively in the year ahead.
Castro-Solis opened a five-fight DAZN telecast headlined by the lightweight title consolidation clash between WBC World lightweight titlist Haney (26-0, Top Site Info 15KOs) and WBC interim title claimant Joseph вЂJoJoвЂ™ Diaz (32-1-1, 15KOs).
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