Pro debuting Emiliano ‘The General’ Vargas, (1-0, 1 KO), made his pro debut a highly successful one. The 18-year-old amateur standout lived up to his billing, using fast, vicious left hands to knockdown and stop Mark Salgado, (1-2-1, 1 KO), at 2:09 of the first round.

Emiliano Vargas after flooring his opponent in the 1st round

Said the charismatic Vargas, “I just listen to my Dad and work hard in the gym, we had a phenomenal training camp. The Vargas Dynasty is here to stay. Thanks to my Dad and my beautiful Mom for all their support.”

An emotional Fernando sharing a moment with his youngest son after his pro-debut win

Super welterweight Fernando ‘El Feroz’ Vargas Jr., (6-0, 6 KOs), stayed undefeated with a resounding first round knockout of Terrance Jarmon, (3-0, 1 KO). The heavy-handed southpaw earned the victory as he dropped Jarmon three times in the opening stanza, all from huge left hands with the bout being halted at the 0:36 mark.

Stated Vargas Jr., “I listened to my Dad who said to go to the body first. It’s one fight and now it’s on to the next one. I did what I needed to do against a tough fighter.”

Opening up the event, 21-year-old Amado ‘El Malvado’ Vargas, (4-0, 2 KOs) stayed perfect showcasing his world class skills towards a four round unanimous decision in the junior lightweight division over Anel Dudo, (1-4-1, 1 KO). All three judges scored the bout 39-36 for Vargas.

“My Dad told me to keep boxing and be smart, I’m very happy with my performance, I thought I won every round,” said Vargas.

Photos Courtesy of Sye Williams for Triller

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