Teofimo Lopez vs. Pedro Campa results: Lopez beats Ciampa in seven seconds to start "Takeover 2.0." "The Takeover 2.0" has begun in Las Vegas.

Teofimo Lopez's first fight at 140 pounds went well. He beat Pedro Campa and stopped the fight in the seventh round at Resorts World in front of 3,553 people.

Lopez fought for the first time since November 2021, when he gave George Kambosos Jr. the WBA (Super), IBF, WBO, and The Ring titles.

He had health problems because he was fighting COVID, and he promised to come back stronger when he got better. This made the loss controversial.

"For nine years, I weighed 135 pounds," Lopez said of his first fight at 140 pounds. "Since I was a teenager, it was killing my body."

He did just that against Campa and said that his next fight will be on December 10 at New York's Madison Square Garden.

Lopez (17-1, 13 KOs) let Campa be the aggressor the whole time, and Campa kept hitting Lopez with hard shots to the face and body.

But Campa didn't back down and kept pushing forward, but the 25-year-old was too strong for him.

Lopez kept making straights while Campa tried to find a way in. But Lopez was too quick and strong, and he had perfect timing.

In the seventh round, Campa got hit with a counter right hand and a left that put him on the floor. Lopez knew that the party was almost over, so he started to dance.

But he did it on purpose because he used it to lunge in and hit Campa with a left hook that knocked him out. At the 2:14 mark, referee Tony Weeks stopped

Lopez said, "We want Josh Taylor." We need these people. We'd like Prograis. We want Zepeda. We want every single belt. We want to win twice and be the clear winner both times. "