Imperial Beach boxer Emmanuel "Renegade" Robles (7-0-1) defeated Adolfo Landeros 23-26-13 of Mexico City in a match at the Four Points by Sheraton San Diego hotel Thursday.
Robles grew up in IB but moved to San Diego to be closer to his gym, he told IB Patch. He is undefeated since he started fighting professional matches in 2010.
The match and others fought Thursday were coordinated by Bobby D. Presents.
Bob DePhilippis, owner of Filippi's Pizza Grotto, was inducted into the California Boxing Hall of Fame last year.
Lakeside's Eduardo Rivera (9-1-1) watched his unblemished record disappear in a bout with Kevin Hoskins (7-1-0) of Los Angeles.
David Barragan of National City picked himself off the canvass in the second round to keep his undefeated record at (4-0-1) over tough Jose Martell (2-6-1) of Phoenix, AZ (38-37).
Basilio Nievez (10-2) succumbed to a TKO from an overmatched Juanito Robillar (49-18-7) from Mati in the Philippines.
James Taylor (2-1) lost a slug fest to Victor Fonesca (3-1) of Tijuana in an unanimous decision. Finally, Jonathon Quiroz (3-1) of Oceanside spoiled the very durable Jesus Sandoval's pro debut (0-1) in an unanimous decision.
Correction: Based on pre-fight promotional material, the original version of this story stated that Robles fought Yair Aguir, however Robles fought Adolfo Landeros.