Tony Luis looked to improve his record to 5–0 at the Montreal Casino on March 7. Martinez came out in the first round firing a quick hook that found its mark. That hook would prove to be Martinez’s best punch of the fight, and woke Tony up, as he would soon go to work on his opponent from that point on. Tony fought well for a boxer who left his jab at home. From the second round on, Tony would dominate his opponent. Tony’s punches were finding their mark throughout the final three rounds, with Martinez’s face becoming increasingly red and swollen from the onslaught. At any one moment in the final rounds, it looked as though Martinez was ready to go down for the count. To his credit, he lasted all four rounds. The judges would score this fight 40–34, 40–35, 40–36 for Tony Luis in a unanimous decision over Carlos Martinez of Mexico. Martinez was having problems with his right hand from an injury he sustained in the fight. Tony Luis improves his record to 5–0 and will look to make it 6–0 on May 2 at the Montreal Casino. This should possibly be Tony’s last four-round fights as Jorge Luis will be moving Tony up to fight six-rounders.
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