Gabriel Fundora wins her first world championship and local favorite 'Right Hook Roxy' makes her debut at Golden Boy's Inglewood show

INGLEWOOD — Golden Boy Promotions showcased two women's fights Saturday at The Forum, a historic American boxing venue, near Los Angeles.

Gabriela Fundora stole the show with her IBF flyweight world title win over Arely Mucino, a few fights after a well-supported local boxer called Iyana Verduzco — who has links to Wildcard Boxing Club — also made great impressions on the night.

Gabriel Fundora is a problem

In her first world title fight, Fundora showed she's a handful at the highest level of women's boxing as she landed 35 punches from 87 shots thrown in the opening two-minute round alone.

Fundora peppered Mucino with punches and flurries in the second and third rounds, planting her feet a step from her opponent, sometimes waiting for her to throw, before countering with a one-two, every now and then a three.

In the fourth, Fundora rocked Mucino's skull back with a southpaw left straight, and didn't even let her get her head back into position before pummeling her further with a well-placed combo to the bones.

Mucino was game but ultimately outclassed as Fundora dropped her in the fifth after a succession of left-rights and then a right-left.

Though she made it to her feet, Mucino looked off-balance. Regardless, the referee allowed her to continue, only for Fundora to close the show with a corner stoppage later in the round.

Victory advanced Fundora's flawless pro record to 12-0-0 (5 KOs), and claims Mucino's IBF title in the process. And the new!

'Right Hook Roxy' wins her pro debut

The Inglewood crowd already has an awesome chant for hometown favorite Verduzco, who shook off first fight nerves to score a unanimous decision (40-36 and 39-37 x 2) over Clarice Morales in the opening fight of the night, after boxing to rallying calls of "Rocky! Rocky! Rocky!"

Victory pushed Verduzco into a winning start with a pro record of 1-0-0. Morales, meanwhile, fell to 0-3-1.