Orozco just lit up Hensley Strachan in the first round, knocking him out. The sold-out crowd of 1,412 did not get to see much of the featured fighter, but Orozco felt he made up for having to withdraw from a Fight Club OC event in April because of food poisoning.
"Unfortunately, I let quite a few people down," said Orozco, blaming tuna he ate for having to withdraw the last time.
That does not mean Orozco will not eat tuna again.
"We're not afraid of it," Orozco said with a smile.
Orozco does not fear whoever gets in the ring with him as well.
The junior welterweight improved to 10-0 with seven knockouts. Getting to a perfect 10 was easy for Orozco.
He made quick work of Strachan (5-9-1), catching him with an uppercut that dropped the Bahamian near the corner at the 2:15 mark.
"I thought he was going to go down, and he did go down," Orozco said. "I thought he was going to come back up."
Orozco was not the only fighter who stayed undefeated.
Mario Navarro of Huntington Beach improved to 3-0 in mixed martial arts action. He rebounded nicely after a rough opening round in a 135-pound fight.
Navarro attacked Riverside's Skylar Reider (1-2) in the second round, locking him up on the ground. Reider's nose began to bleed and he tapped out at the 1:21 mark.
Navarro, sporting a Mohawk, danced around afterward.
The first bout featured lightweights Edgar Sanchez and Ricardo Garcia. Sanchez made his debut and it did not turn out in his favor after it went the distance, four rounds.
Garcia scored a majority decision and improved to 2-1. Garcia, who is from La Habra, also scored the biggest shot.
The blow came in the third round, when he caught Sanchez, who stumbled near the middle of the ring before staying on his feet.
At least Sanchez avoided a knock down in his first fight.