Butler beats Spencer in snoozefest

In a clash of 300lb heavyweights, Alonzo “Big Zo” Butler (34-3-2, 25 KOs) lumbered to an eight round unanimous decision over Brandon “Big Bear” Spencer (9-20-3, 6 KOs) on Saturday night at the Crown Reef Resort in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Butler did more than Spencer in a slow-paced affair.

In the co-feature, unbeaten featherweight Carlos Vanegas (5-0, 4 KOs) won a six round split decision over Victorino Gonzalez (5-2, 2 KOs).

The best fight of the night was a four round draw between lightweights Anthony Savilla (2-0-1, 1 KO) and Julio Gomez (0-1-1). Bother fighters were down and hurt in a total slugfest. Promoter Christy Martin already has them lined up for a rematch.

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  • Alonzo Butler. Was thinking that I’ve been hearing that name floating around forever. Looked it up, and sure enough, he’s been at it for 20+ years. I thought he was the guy who Joey Abell knocked out after the bell setting off that wild brawl, but that turned out to be Rafael Butler. Not sure I’ve ever seen this guy fight.

  • You put two 300lb guys in the ring and either it ends in the first couple of rounds or the matchmaker starts to get nervous. Poor Christy was probably sick to her stomach.

    • LoL! Good point. Unless these guys were 8′ tall, I imagine they weren’t in the best of shape. Probably an easy night for the punch stat guys…

      • Yep! Probably tried to kill each other for about 4-5 minutes and spent the rest of the night trying to catch their breath.

  • My walking around weight is around 500. But when I get dedicated I get into shape and drop all the way down to 475

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