Andre Berto vs. Shawn Porter Results: Wild Main Event Highlights Exciting Barclays Center Card

Welcome to's live viewing party of Andre Berto vs. Shawn Porter. The winner of this fight will challenge Keith Thurman for the WBC welterweight title, which he won off of Porter last year.

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Here's the televised main card (Showtime, 9:30 p.m. ET):

Shawn Porter defeated Andre Berto via TKO, round 9, 1:31

Jermell Charlo defeated Charles Hatley via KO, round 6, 0:32 to retain the WBC Light Middleweight Title

Here's the televised undercard (Showtime Extreme, 7:30 p.m. ET):

Amanda Serrano defeated Dahiana Santana via TKO, round 8, 1:14 to win the WBO Women's Bantamweight Title

Jose Miguel Borrego defeated John Delperdang via TKO, round 7, 2:01



Jose Miguel Borrego vs. John Delperdang: Both men combined for 19 knockouts of a total of 21 wins. Borrego utilized the left body hook from the beginning. This was a heavy-hitting bout, but Borrego has been connecting on more power punches and even had a flurry the second round where he was throwing and landing heavy shots for 10 uninterrupted seconds.

Borrego's bread and butter in the first two rounds was the left body hook, but the big weapon in the third round was his uppercut, which open and had been bleeding throughout the third round onwards. Delperdang never gave up and kept throwing body shots and stiff jabs whenever he could.

The fourth round will probably end up being as the best round of the entire card. Borrego looked like he was about to knock down Delperdang, but Delperdang landed hard left hooks and jabs at Borrego's jaw.

The fight kept being extremely entertaining, but had been getting the edge in every single round, and it was only matter of time before the fight would be stopped or Delperdang would be knocked out. The referee stopped the fight towards the end of the seventh round, giving Borrego an impressive win.

Official result: Jose Miguel Borrego defeated John Delperdang via TKO, round 7, 2:01

Amanda Serrano vs. Dahiana Santana: Vacant WBO Women's Bantamweight Title Bout

Round 1: Santana starts off running around the ring while Serrano throws jabs. Not a lot of action is conducted in this opening round, but Serrano had been the more aggressive fighter. The last 20 seconds of the round had Serrano landing various hooks and jabs, concluding with the first solid combo connected in this fight.

Fightful scored round 1 for Serrano 10-9

Round 2: Santana throws and misses a lot of jabs t start off and Serrano is biding her time until she finds a good opening to counter. She finds one, landing a left hook to Santana's jaw, but Santana then has Serrano on the ropes momentarily before Serrano en the round with a quick jab landing square on Santana's face.

Fightful scored round 2 for Serrano 10-9

Round 3: Santana wildly throws various punches and misses like she has throughout the fight. Santana holds Serrano's right arm and Serrano responds by landing a ton of body shots with her left arm. Serrano keeps throwing hard hooks and uppercuts and has hurt Santana a couple of times.

Fightful scored round 3 for Serrano 10-9

Round 4: Serrano is not wasting time beginning this fourth round, throwing several hooks and now both women are exchanging and connecting major hook and uppercut shots to each other. Serrano hurts Santana with a big left uppercut, but then gets hurt by a surprise counter left by Santana. Both fighters exchange hard punches but then the referee takes away a point from Santana for a low blow. Serrano ends the fight with an exclamation point, landing stiff jab at Santana.

Fightful scored round 4 for Serrano 10-8

Round 5: Santana starts by throwing and missing the left hook and running across the ring. Serrano throws a right jab and misses with a follow-up left uppercut. Serrano connects on a hard right hook and then with a left body hook. Serrano at this point is mostly countering whatever wild punches Santana mostly misses with.

Fightful scored round 5 for Serrano 10-9

Round 6: Serrano and Santana have a much calmer first half of the round before Serrano connects on a left hook to Santana. Santana was mainly running throughout the round.

Fightful scored round 6 for Serrano 10-9

Round 7: Both women start off with a quick jab, but doesn't do much damage. Serrano connects on a couple of uppercuts, but Santana doesn't cave in, but is still running across the ring. Serrano connects with a few short hooks. Santana lands a right overhead punch at the temple of Serrano, right as the round ends.

Fightful scored round 7 for Serrano, 10-9

Round 8: Serrano starts throwing punches while Santana mainly ducks to avoid getting cleanly hit. Serrano then gets up close and connects on a couple of quick, short left hooks, Serrano is now using the uppercut to perfection, landing on Santana until the referee stops the fight.

Official result: Amanda Serrano defeated Dahiana Santana via TKO, round 8, 1:14 to win the WBO Women's Bantamweight Title

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