In the main event the young Burgos landed a combination that stopped the clock at 2:33 left in the second round and gave him the win by a technical knockout.
The entire event had a total of seven bouts. Friday Night Lights is filmed from various cities throughout the country on ESPN2. It features most weight divisions from boxers worldwide.
Leading to the main event was first the cruiserweight featuring Garret Simon of Puyallup, Washington and Kevin Shepherd of Kansas.
Simon was declared the winner by knockout with 2:32 left in the first round (the bout was four rounds). Simon remains undefeated 5(4)-0(0)-0.
Following the cruiserweight was the light heavyweight division where Warren Walker of Tulsa met Ritchie Cherry of Chicago.
The two exchanged jabs all four rounds and Cherry was declared winner at the end of the fourth round by unanimous decision. Cherry is now 2(1)-1(1)-0.
In the bantamweight division Simpiwe Vetyeka of South Africa defeated Roberto Carlos Leyva of Mexico by knockout with 2:08 left in the third of six rounds. Vetyeka is now 22(13)-1(0)-0.
After six rounds in the super bantamweight Alex De Oliveira of Brazil was declared the winner by unanimous decision over Robert DaLuz of Rhode Island. Oliveira is now 17(12)-1(1)-0.
Lastly in the light middleweight division Harry Joe Yorgey of Pennsylvania defeated Donovan Castaneda of Missouri. Yorgey won by technical knockout in the fifth of eight rounds. He is now 23(11)-1(1)-1.