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Carol Azure Stops Lateet Olney in Toppenish
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by Ricardo Ibarra
January 13, 2014
     
   
   


 

(JAN 13) Carol Azure and Lateet Olney had fought once before late last year, going toe-to-toe in a close four round slugfest. The fight was fast and fierce and ended in a draw. The local fight crowd clamored to see these two fight again and last night on the Corpuz Promotions Pro/Am card at the Toppenish Community Center in Toppenish, Washington they got their wish.

The bout got off to a quick pace early once again as Olney pressed the taller Azure, closing the distance and landing hard looping shots on the inside and forcing an inside brawl, much like she did in the first fight. But unlike the first fight, Azure made an adjustment mid-way through the opening round.

 

As Olney pressed, Azure began to counter with crisp straight rights in between the wild advances of her shorter opponent. The strategy paid off and by the end of the first round she was landing at will with her right hand.

At the start of the second round Azure wasted no time, pressing her visibly exhausted opponent. A few well placed right hands was all it took for Onley to see this was not her night. One minute into the round she motioned to the referee that she was done, retiring from the fight, awarding Azure a second round TKO and her first win as a pro. Azure looked sharp in the bout and plans to return to the ring again in March.

The amateur undercard portion of the show featured two women's bouts.

In a three round match-up between two locals, Nakota Yallup claimed a majority decision victory over Jasmine Wong. The bout was fought at a slow pace for the first two rounds with both fighters staying at a distance and stepping in close sporadically. In the third Yallup stepped up her aggression considerably, landing flush overhand rights.

Late in the round the referee stepped in and issued a standing eight-count as Wong took a series of unanswered punches. The bell sounded within seconds of the count ending, saving Wong from any further punishment. One judge scored the bout 28-28 with the other two seeing it for Yallup at 29-27.

Brittany Aleck of Toppenish scored a first round stoppage over Nikki Mangini. Mangini pressed early with a wild assault, but Aleck was able to quickly deposit her on the canvas with a short counter right. After the mandatory count Aleck swarmed, forcing a standing eight count. The bout would only go a few seconds more as Mangini was no longer defending herself, prompting the referee to step in and end the bout, awarding Aleck the win.

The main event featured local fan favorite Randell Corpuz scoring a second round TKO over Luis Anguiano. Anguiano gave a good effort in the first, but the consistent body work of Randell wore him down.

In the second round a thudding hook sent Anguiano reeling to the ropes where Randell pounced, prompting the referee to step in and administer a count. Immediately after the count Randell ended matters with a series of unanswered blows, giving Randell his second straight stoppage victory and his fourth win as a pro.

The most vicious performance of the night certainly belonged to Zillah, Washington's Juan Esquivel who needed only half a round and a pair of well placed hooks to dispose of his opponent, Toppenish's Blaine Wheeler. Wheeler, who was making his pro debut, was out as soon as the second punch hit his chin. He fell like a sack of bricks and lay motionless on the canvass for some time as medical personnel worked to ensure he was OK, which he was. Esquivel ups his record to 3-0 3KO's.

The rest of the amateur portion of the card featured two bouts which ended with Diego Medina of Othello, WA scoring a first round TKO of Yakima's Alex Sprenkle and Warm Springs, Oregon's K.C. Jensen scoring a second round stoppage of Nate Washington.

An exciting, well matched exhibition bout between professional fighters Tony Neal, of Toppenish, and Charon Spain, of Yakima, rounded out the card.

The next show for Chris Corpuz and the Corpuz Promotions crew will take place March 15th at the Toppenish Community center.

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