Results so far:
Marsellos Wilder, younger brother of Deontay, looked on his way to third early KO when knocking David Damore through the ropes in the second.
The cruiserweight had spent just over five minutes in the ring thus far in his short career but was taken the full four rounds despite the bright start.
Damore heard the final bell but wasn’t really in contention for victory as Wilder won 40-35 three times.
In a one-sided affair, former world title challenger Julian Williams took out Francisco Castro in two rounds.
Williams is warming up for bigger fights to come and wasn’t really tested by Castro while it lasted.
Super bantamweight Jesse Rodriguez was never in any danger against Josue Morales winning every round of six.
Moving to 8-0, Rodriguez used his jab effectively and opened up with eye-catching combinations.
Judges carded 60-54 across the board.
Kicking off the show was headliner Tyson Fury’s friend Isaac Lowe.
The super-featherweight, who passed on a British title shot to be part of the card, twice dropped and eventually stopped Lucas Baez in the fifth round.
Lowe remains undefeated on 16-0-3.
Deontay Wilder vs. Tyson Fury pits the WBC Heavyweight World Champion Wilder against the lineal heavyweight champion Fury on SHOWTIME PPV®. Action begins this Saturday, December 1 from STAPLES CENTER in Los Angeles. Presented by Premier Boxing Champions.
The PPV undercard begins at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT. It will feature unbeaten unified super welterweight world champion Jarrett Hurd returning to take on Jason Welborn. Cuban heavyweight slugger Luis Ortiz facing-off against Travis Kauffman and rising undefeated heavyweight Joe Joyce battling Joe Hanks.