I wont' say I was pumped as all hell to see Davey, but knowing he was the first professional southpaw (correct me if I'm wrong), I was looking forward to this bout. 1. It didn't take long before I observed that Davey was a light puncher. Vejar on the other hand at least carried a solid punch. A quick, almost casual straight left by Davey put Vejar on the seat of his pants. He beat the count only to be later left sagging in the ropes from a left hook, right hook, left hook salvo, and he went down again. Davey. 2. Vejar appeared to me to have surprised Davey by coming out so aggressively after a disastrous opening round. He troubled Davey with an assortment of hook punches, even landing a straight right that snapped Davey's head back. Vejar. 3. The round was going as successfully as the 2nd was, until near the very end. Davey made an opening by diving in with a right jab/ left uppercut 1-2. Vejar retaliated back for a moment. A series of 5 or 6 left hooks by Davey had Vejar seriously staggered however, and Vejar retreated from off the ropes, narrowly escaping another possible knockdown. Davey. 4. Good early exchange. Vejar began to employ body work on Davey, about midway through the round. Davey. 5. Fought entirely at a brisk pace, but with no damaging punches thrown. Even. 6. Vejar was hurt once again, this time early in the round, by a punch I never successfully identified. I just knew that all of the sudden, Vejar was doubled up and Davey was going at him with a flurry of punches, and Vejar was reeling from the impact. Davey's attack subsided temporarily, but he pushed Vejar back into the ropes with a straight left, but caught a hard counter right hook on his way in. Vejar remained fairly aggressive from then on, but a straight right, left uppercut, and right hook, and Vejar just keeled over. Davey. 7. A left hook hurt Vejar briefly. A left uppercut to the stomach sent Vejar down for the fourth time. Davey. 8. Davey. 9. Davey. 10. Vejar is the first to score effectively, leaping his way in with right and left hooks. Sensing defeat he gave his best showing of the fight, landing several good rights. Vejar. Final score: 7-2-1 for Davey. Verdict: I was bored as hell when I watched this, but I really don't think it was a horrible fight. I didn't then either, I was just in a mood for something far more exciting than this, so it seemed worse than it was. Still, I found it mediocre, and both fighters were frustrating. Davey drove me nuts with his constant movement and light punching. GODDAMMIT man, stand the **** still! And Vejar didn't seem to be able to take any kind of a punch. Pass on this one my friends.