WBO #13 heavyweight McKean in action Saturday

<em>By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing</em>

WBO#13 heavyweight Dempsey McKean (17-0, 11 KOs) returns to ring action on Saturday against American Jonathan Rice (13-4-1, 9 KOs) over ten rounds with the vacant IBF Intercontinental title and the vacant WBO Asia Pacific title up for grabs at the Star on the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. McKean, 29, standing 6’6” and boxing from the southpaw stance in coming off a three round knockout of Englishman Scott Belshaw in November 2019. Rice, 33, standing 6’5” and boxing from orthodox stance is coming off a round one knockout of Christian Mariskal in August 2019. Promoter Angelo DiCarlo.

<em>By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing</em> WBO#13 heavyweight Dempsey McKean (17-0, 11 KOs) returns to ring action on Saturday against American Jonathan Rice (13-4-1, 9 KOs) over ten rounds…
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ESPN+ to stream two cards this weekend

International boxing returns to ESPN+ this weekend with a pair of MTK Fight Night cards.

On Friday at Caesars Palace Dubai, unbeaten Aliu Bamidele Lasisi will make the first defense of his WBC International super flyweight title in a 10-rounder against two-time world title challenger Norbelto “Meneito” Jimenez. Former IBF junior featherweight champion TJ “The Power” Doheny is also on that card.

On Saturday at the Brentwood Centre in Brentwood, England, Danny Dignum will make the first defense of his WBO European middleweight title in a 10-rounder against Alfredo Meli.

Lasisi-Jimenez starts at 11 a.m. ET on Friday. Dignum-Meli goes at 3 p.m. ET on Saturday. Continue reading “ESPN+ to stream two cards this weekend”

International boxing returns to ESPN+ this weekend with a pair of MTK Fight Night cards. On Friday at Caesars Palace Dubai, unbeaten Aliu Bamidele Lasisi will make the first defense…
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Niyomtrong, Tanaka make weight

WBA minimumweight super champion Thammanoon Niyomtrong (20-0, 7 KOs) and Norihito Tanaka (19-7, 10 KOs) both made weight for their clash on Tuesday at the Nakhon Sawan Municipality Ground in Nakhon Sawan, Thailand. Niyomtrong weighed 105, Tanaka scaled in at 104.8.

The referee for the bout will be Raul Caiz Jr. (USA), with Carlos Costa (New Zealander), Lei Tavita (New Zealand), and Robert Hoyle (USA). WBA Asia member Korean Won Kim will supervise the fight, which will be the 12th defense for the 105-pound champion who is nicknamed Knockout Freshmart.

WBA minimumweight super champion Thammanoon Niyomtrong (20-0, 7 KOs) and Norihito Tanaka (19-7, 10 KOs) both made weight for their clash on Tuesday at the Nakhon Sawan Municipality Ground in…
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Boxing back in Pittsburgh Saturday

By Bob Caico

Derek Gionta of Pittsburgh has worked as a trainer, a boxing writer, a manager and is now organizing his first professional boxing card as a promoter. He will hold his first show this Saturday in Cheswick, PA.

In 2019 there were two shows in Pittsburgh and another five just outside of the city. Fellow promoter/manager Michael McSorley from Pittsburgh will have his own card two weeks later. Why would Gionta promote his own show with all that activity? He explained, “We have a lot of guys in the region that are looking to fight consistently and I felt adding a couple shows here would help. Continue reading “Boxing back in Pittsburgh Saturday”

By Bob Caico Derek Gionta of Pittsburgh has worked as a trainer, a boxing writer, a manager and is now organizing his first professional boxing card as a promoter. He…
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Lundy-Fernandez Full Report

By Rick Scharmberg and Kurt Wolfheimer at ringside
Photos: Courtney Gale Photography

Former world title challenger “Hammerin’” Hank Lundy (30-8-1, 14 KOs) took another step forward in his quest for another world title try with an eight round unanimous decision over tough Ezequiel “El Pacman” Fernandez (28-4-1, 3 KOs) at the Hockessin PAL Center in Hockessin, Delaware.

Lundy used a superior jab and swift combination punching to win by the scores of 79-73 (twice) and 78-74. Immediately afterwards, Lundy received a $500 cash bonus from promoter Diane Fischer of Dee Lee Promotions.

“I displayed my boxing skills in there,” stated Lundy after the fight. “I was in with a tough guy, 28-3. I fight no ducks. I want Tank [Davis], Devin Haney, and all the big guys at 135.” Continue reading “Lundy-Fernandez Full Report”

By Rick Scharmberg and Kurt Wolfheimer at ringside Photos: Courtney Gale Photography Former world title challenger “Hammerin’” Hank Lundy (30-8-1, 14 KOs) took another step forward in his quest for…
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Helenius not fretting over fight location

Heavyweight Robert Helenius is coming into the backyard of Adam Kownacki when they fight in a WBA Heavyweight title eliminator on Saturday from Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. Kownacki has fought ten of his last twelve fights in the building.

“I’m not worried at all about where the fight is taking place,” said Helenius. “I just have to stay true to my style and the rest will take care of itself. I can’t let the crowd force me to fight a style that is not mine. I’m going to use my skills to get this win.

“Adam is a heavy brawler and a good fighter, but his boxing skills aren’t that strong. That’s where I believe I have the advantage. I know that I can outbox him if that is the best strategy on fight night. The fans are going to see two different styles collide.”

Heavyweight Robert Helenius is coming into the backyard of Adam Kownacki when they fight in a WBA Heavyweight title eliminator on Saturday from Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. Kownacki…
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John Fury: Wilder should go after Joshua

By Ray Wheatley – World of Boxing

John Fury, the outspoken father of WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury, says former champion Deontay Wilder should steer clear of his son. “I can’t blame him for that. It’s all about the money,” John Fury told IFL TV. “But I don’t know what he’s going to do with Tyson because Tyson is only getting better. Get your team around you and tell them to start using their brains. Forget Tyson, forget the Tyson Furys of the world. He’s too good for you. He’s proved that. You couldn’t beat him when he’d lost 10 stone. He got up from your best shots. That was enough to tell you that the rematch should never have been anyway. Continue reading “John Fury: Wilder should go after Joshua”

By Ray Wheatley – World of Boxing John Fury, the outspoken father of WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury, says former champion Deontay Wilder should steer clear of his son. “I…
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Night of Heavyweights on Saturday

Heavyweights take center stage Saturday night on FOX. The all-heavyweight telecast coming from the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, features unbeaten WBA #3, IBF #3, WBO #3, WBC #4 Adam Kownacki (20-0, 15 KOs) against WBA #7 Robert Helenius (29-3, 18 KOs). The bout will be a twelve round WBA heavyweight title eliminator.

The co-feature is unbeaten 6’6 Efe Ajagba (12-0, 10 KOs) in a ten round bout against 6’7 Razvan Cojanu (17-6-1, 9 KOs. The TV opener is unbeaten Frank Sanchez (14-0, 11 KOs) steps against Joey Dawejko (29-7-4, 11 KOs) in another ten-rounder.

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Speaking of heavyweights, Hughie Fury (23-3, 13 KOs), the cousin of WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury, meets Pavel Sour (11-2, 6 KOs) on DAZN.

Heavyweights take center stage Saturday night on FOX. The all-heavyweight telecast coming from the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, features unbeaten WBA #3, IBF #3, WBO #3, WBC #4…
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WBO #1 Murdoch returns Saturday

By Ray Wheatley – World of Boxing

WBO #1 super-middleweight Rohan Murdoch (24-1, 17 KOs) will clash with WBO #2 Zach Parker (18-0, 12 KOs) over ten rounds with the WBO Intercontinental title up for grabs at the Manchester Arena, in Manchester, England on Saturday. Murdoch was inactive in 2019 with his most recent bout in 2018 when he outscored Rolando Wenceslao Mansila over ten rounds in December of that year. Murdoch is 28 years old and resides in Nerang, Queensland, Australia.

Parker is coming off a four round stoppage of Steven Crambert in May 2019. He is 24 years old and resides in Woodville, Derbyshire, England.

By Ray Wheatley – World of Boxing WBO #1 super-middleweight Rohan Murdoch (24-1, 17 KOs) will clash with WBO #2 Zach Parker (18-0, 12 KOs) over ten rounds with the…
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Duno returns with KO1

Lightweight “Ruthless” Romero Duno improved his record to (22-2, 17 KOs) after his first round demolition of journeyman Angelito Merin (10-13-3, 4 KOs) in the main event of “Redemption” at the Lagao Gymnasium, General Santos City, Philippines, on Saturday. It was Duno’s first fight since his disastrous KO loss to Ryan “Kingry” Garcia last November.

In another featured bout, former world title challenger Aston Palicte (26-4-1, 22 KOs) stopped journeyman Jonathan Francisco (10-15-1, 4 KOs) in the second stanza in their bantamweight clash. Also, unbeaten flyweight Jayson Mama (15-0, 8 KOs) made easy work of journeyman Reymark Taday (10-12-1, 5 KOs), disposing of him in the third round.

Lightweight “Ruthless” Romero Duno improved his record to (22-2, 17 KOs) after his first round demolition of journeyman Angelito Merin (10-13-3, 4 KOs) in the main event of “Redemption” at…
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Quigg: I’m smart enough to deal with bigger guys

Former WBA super bantamweight ruler Scott Quigg (35-2-2, 26 KOs) returns to Manchester Arena in Manchester, England on Saturday against Jono Carroll (17-1-1, 3 KOs) on Sky Sports in the UK and DAZN in the US. Quigg made five defenses of the WBA crown before losing to Carl Frampton in a unification battle at the same venue in 2016. He has now set his sights set on a world championship at super featherweight after teaming up with trainer Joe Gallagher again. Continue reading “Quigg: I’m smart enough to deal with bigger guys”

Former WBA super bantamweight ruler Scott Quigg (35-2-2, 26 KOs) returns to Manchester Arena in Manchester, England on Saturday against Jono Carroll (17-1-1, 3 KOs) on Sky Sports in the…
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Chocolatito named WBA Boxer of the Month

Wbaboxermonthfeb2020Román “Chocolatito” González’s return to the top with his victory over long-reigning WBA titleholder Khalid Yafai earned him the WBA Boxer of the Month award just minutes before the end of the month. “Chocolatito” scored a spectacular ninth round knockout to take the February award, while Panamanian Luis Concepcion got the honorable mention.

TheWBA published its ranking of the second month of the year and with them the awards for that period. Gonzalez became the new super flyweight champion after a couple of years without a championship belt and he did it in a great atmosphere at The Ford Center at The Star, in Frisco, Texas.

The Nicaraguan showed strength and courage to achieve a demolishing victory against one of the most solid champions of the division, who had five consecutive defenses and was undefeated in his career. Continue reading “Chocolatito named WBA Boxer of the Month”

Román “Chocolatito” González’s return to the top with his victory over long-reigning WBA titleholder Khalid Yafai earned him the WBA Boxer of the Month award just minutes before the end…
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Garcia-Vargas post-fight press conference

By Jeff Zimmerman

Mikey Garcia: “Jessie is experienced. Has a good left hook. My dad and brother warned me. It’s a sneaky hook. I was able to make adjustments. I answered a lot of questions. Jessie is a solid welterweight, big and strong. I showed I’m resilient. I performed well and overcame the size difference well.

“We have been talking about Manny or rematch with Errol Spence Jr. I think everyone would like to see me and Manny. The fight with Manny has been talked about for many years. I love the idea of fighting Manny.

Jessie Vargas: “I hope you all enjoyed it. I’m down I didn’t get the victory. My team did a great job of instructing me. I’ll be back soon enough and to the drawing board. We use this as experience to become a better athlete. I think the knockdown was the difference.

“I think he can compete against anyone. Professional athletes have ups and downs. I stunned him in 4th round.

“I think Pacquiao and Mikey is a good fight. Mikey is a Mexican Warrior. I would compare Mikey to Manny. He stays near the top of the division. I think he is best at 140 but good st 147.”

By Jeff Zimmerman Mikey Garcia: “Jessie is experienced. Has a good left hook. My dad and brother warned me. It’s a sneaky hook. I was able to make adjustments. I…
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Srisaket Sor Rungvisai returns on April 4

By Damrong Simakajornboon and Thainchai Pisitwuttinan

Srisaket Sor Rungvisai (47-5-1, 41KOs), the former 2 times WBC World champion from Thailand is set to get back into the ring again on April 4th, 2020, against one of the most talented Thai boxers — Amnat Ruenroeng (20-3-0, 6 KOs). The fight will be the main event of the second episode of WP Boxing series, the number one boxing program in Thailand.

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This will be Rungvisai’s first fight since the former Super Flyweight world champion’s unsuccessful world title defense against Juan Francisco “Gallo” Estrada on April 26th last year in California, USA, when he lost to his challenger by unanimous decision. Continue reading “Srisaket Sor Rungvisai returns on April 4”

By Damrong Simakajornboon and Thainchai Pisitwuttinan Srisaket Sor Rungvisai (47-5-1, 41KOs), the former 2 times WBC World champion from Thailand is set to get back into the ring again on…
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Garcia defeats Vargas by unanimous decision

By Jeff Zimmerman at ringside

In a wild Texas showdown at the Ford Center at The Star in Frisco, TX, next door to the worldwide headquarters of the Dallas Cowboys, Jessie Vargas and Mikey Garcia went toe to toe in front of a packed house of 10,000 +.

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Garcia came back from a slow start to win a hotly contested unanimous decision in an entertaining, high action battle and come away with the WBC Diamond Welterweight title.

Garcia (40-1, 30 KOs) fought for the 2nd time at welterweight, losing a one-sided affair to one of boxing’s pound for pound best in Errol Spence Jr. last March at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX. While Vargas (29-3-2, 11 KOs) has spent a career mostly at 147 and was the bigger man entering the ring. Continue reading “Garcia defeats Vargas by unanimous decision”

By Jeff Zimmerman at ringside In a wild Texas showdown at the Ford Center at The Star in Frisco, TX, next door to the worldwide headquarters of the Dallas Cowboys,…
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Lundy dominates Fernandez in Delaware

By Rick Scharmberg and Kurt Wolfheimer at ringside

Former world title challenger “Hammerin'” Hank Lundy (30-8-1, 14 KOs) took another step forward in his quest for another world title try with an eight round unanimous decision over tough Ezequiel “Pacman” Fernandez (28-4-1, 3 KOs) at the Hockessin PAL Center in Hockessin, Delaware. Lundy used a superior jab and swift combination punching to win by the scores of 79-73 (twice) and 78-74. Immediately afterwards, Lundy received a $500 cash bonus from promoter Diane Fischer of Dee Lee Promotions.

“I displayed my boxing skills in there,” stated Lundy after the fight. “I was in with a tough guy, 28-3. I fight no ducks. I want Tank [Davis], Devin Haney, and all the big guys at 135.”

By Rick Scharmberg and Kurt Wolfheimer at ringside Former world title challenger “Hammerin’” Hank Lundy (30-8-1, 14 KOs) took another step forward in his quest for another world title try…
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Chocolatito KOs Yafai for WBA superfly title

By David Finger at ringside

In the co-main event of the eagerly anticipated Mikey Garcia-Jesse Vargas fight at the Ford Center at the Star in Frisco, Texas, four division world champion and future Hall of Famer Román “Chocolatito” González, 114.6, successfully returned to the top of the sport as he brutally knocked out WBA Super Flyweight Khalid Yafai, 114.8, at 29 seconds of the ninth round.

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González suffered through a disastrous 2017, losing his trainer in November of 2016 and then dropping two straight fights to Sor Ringvisai. González elected to take nearly a year off and returned in September of 2018. However, with only one fight in 2018 and one fight in 2019 there were still questions remaining as to if he would still be shaking off some ring rust coming into this fight. Continue reading “Chocolatito KOs Yafai for WBA superfly title”

By David Finger at ringside In the co-main event of the eagerly anticipated Mikey Garcia-Jesse Vargas fight at the Ford Center at the Star in Frisco, Texas, four division world…
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Julio Cesar Martinez retains WBC flyweight title

By Jeff Zimmerman at ringside

Julio Cesar Martinez (16-1, 12 KOs) out of Mexico defended his WBC flyweight title with a unanimous decision at the Ford Center at The Star in Frisco, Texas, over Britain’s tough, gritty Jay Harris (17-1, 9 KOs) over twelve action packed rounds.

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Martinez won the vacant title against Cristofer Rosales in his last fight last December in Phoenix and at only 25, is one of the most exciting fighters in the world. He is trained by Team Canelo and Eddy Reynoso. This was Harris’ first fight in the United States. Continue reading “Julio Cesar Martinez retains WBC flyweight title”

By Jeff Zimmerman at ringside Julio Cesar Martinez (16-1, 12 KOs) out of Mexico defended his WBC flyweight title with a unanimous decision at the Ford Center at The Star…
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Parker stops Winters in five

By David Finger at ringside

In an eagerly anticipated heavyweight attraction, former WBO heavyweight champion and current #2 ranked WBO heavyweight contender Joseph Parker, 245.4, scored an impressive fifth round TKO over game Shawndell Winters, 208.

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Parker remains a front runner for a potential fight for a vacant WBO heavyweight title before the end of the year, and he wanted to make a statement in Frisco. But the Auckland native also promised to fight a more polished fight tonight. He came out boxing effectively in round one, pumping the jab and landing a hard right hand in the closing twenty seconds of the round. Continue reading “Parker stops Winters in five”

By David Finger at ringside In an eagerly anticipated heavyweight attraction, former WBO heavyweight champion and current #2 ranked WBO heavyweight contender Joseph Parker, 245.4, scored an impressive fifth round…
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Madrimov stops Navarro in WBA eliminator

By Jeff Zimmerman at ringside

In a WBA junior middleweight eliminator, the former amateur sensation out of Uzbekistan, Israil “The Dream” Madrimov (5-0, 5 KOs) unleashed an array of punches from the opening bell, to confuse veteran Charlie Navarro (29-10, 22 KOs) out of Panama City, Panama. By the 2nd round, Madrimov opened up his arsenal and was landing big to the head and body of Navarro who had no answers to stop the attack. Most fighters would have succumbed to the pressure by now, but Navarro showed his grit and did his best to counter.

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But in the 6th round of the scheduled 10, Madrimov finally hit pay dirt and dropped Navarro with a straight left to the gut that sent Navarro to the canvas. Navarro was visibly hurt, but got to his feet, only to be dropped again by multiple left hooks. This time, Navarro did not get up and referee Rafael Ramos waived it off at 2:24 for a TKO for Madrimov who remained undefeated and kept his knockout streak alive at 5 to start his career. Continue reading “Madrimov stops Navarro in WBA eliminator”

By Jeff Zimmerman at ringside In a WBA junior middleweight eliminator, the former amateur sensation out of Uzbekistan, Israil “The Dream” Madrimov (5-0, 5 KOs) unleashed an array of punches…
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Undercard Results from Frisco, Texas

By Jeff Zimmerman and David Finger at ringside

In the third bout of the night super middleweight prospect Alexis Espino, 165, put on a boxing clinic against Delvecchio Savage, 163.6, of Tuscaloosa, Alabama, winning a lopsided six round unanimous decision by a score of 60-54 (once) and 59-55 (twice).

Although Savage didn’t come into the fight with a flashy record he did come in with a reputation of possessing a decent punch (having won all three of his victories by knockout). He also had a reputation for possessing an above average chin (all five of his losses came by decision). Savage also held undefeated prospect Louis Hernandez to a draw back in April and was seen as a legitimate test for the 20-year old prospect. Espino clearly respected his opponent and boxed cautiously behind the left jab in the first three rounds before slowly incorporating the lead right hand in round four. By the end of round four Espino was boxing with more aggression and pressuring his durable and crafty opponent and by round five he began to tee off on Savage. Still, although Espino would occasionally land an impressive shot it was not enough to seriously hurt Savage, and he was able to survive all six rounds without hitting the canvas. Espino improves to 6-0, 4 KOs. Savage sees his record slip to 3-6-1, 3 KOs. The referee was Neil Young. Continue reading “Undercard Results from Frisco, Texas”

By Jeff Zimmerman and David Finger at ringside In the third bout of the night super middleweight prospect Alexis Espino, 165, put on a boxing clinic against Delvecchio Savage, 163.6,…
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Szili upsets WBC #11 Mitchell

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing

WBC #11 super middleweight Jayde Mitchell (20-2, 10 KOs) was an upset split decision loser at the hands of Hungarian Istvan Szili (24-2-2, 13 KOs) over ten rounds at the StKilda Town Hall in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia on Saturday in a bout for the WBO Oriental title. Scores at the conclusion were 97-93, 94-96, 94-96.

135-pound prospect Liam Wilson (6-0, 4 KOs) stopped Venezuelan Jesus Cuadra (18-7, 14 KOs) in round five of a scheduled eight round bout. Continue reading “Szili upsets WBC #11 Mitchell”

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing WBC #11 super middleweight Jayde Mitchell (20-2, 10 KOs) was an upset split decision loser at the hands of Hungarian Istvan Szili (24-2-2,…
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Nicholson Wins Tough Split Decision

White, Kisner Claim Regional Titles in Hanover, MD

By Gary “Digital” Williams
Photos: Mike Greenhill

A sellout house of 4,800 fans saw one of the Beltway area’s rising stars earn a tough decision and saw two others win vacant regional titles on a Jeter Promotions card at the Hall at Live! Casino in Hanover, MD.
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Laurel, MD super middleweight Demond “D’Best At It” Nicholson survived a sixth-round knockdown to win a tough 10-round split decision over a very game Mike “The Menace” Guy of Sacramento, CA. Continue reading “Nicholson Wins Tough Split Decision”

White, Kisner Claim Regional Titles in Hanover, MD By Gary “Digital” Williams Photos: Mike Greenhill A sellout house of 4,800 fans saw one of the Beltway area’s rising stars earn…
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Boozer beats Beras by split decision

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Photos: Bob Ryder

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Second 2 None Promotions had DeCarlos Banquet Center full as they produced a 5 fight card Friday night. The main event had middleweight Patrick Boozer (14-4, 4 KOs) going all six rounds to win by SD (59-55-Boozer, 60-54-Boozer, 58-56-Beras) over Jose Abreu Beras (14-8, 8 KOs). The fight placed Boozer against a very durable Beras, as he worked hard for the decision win. Continue reading “Boozer beats Beras by split decision”

By Brad Snyder/The Undercard Photos: Bob Ryder Second 2 None Promotions had DeCarlos Banquet Center full as they produced a 5 fight card Friday night. The main event had middleweight…
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TKO wins for Aponte and Zayas

Super featherweight Angel Aponte and 17-year-old welterweight wunderkind Xander Zayas both remained unbeaten on Friday night at the Rubén Zayas Montañez Coliseum in Trujillo Alto, Puerto Rico.

In a good match, Aponte (8-0, 4 KOs) scored a TKO win at :01 of round seven. The corner of Irving Macias (7-1, 4 KOs) stopped the bout because of complications from a bleeding nose. Macias visited the canvas in the first round. Aponte was cut on his right eye.

Zayas (4-0, 3 KOs) beat Marklin Bailey (6-7, 4 KOs) by TKO at 1:14 of the third round. The Puerto Rican dominated all the way with his speed and combinations to the head and body of Bailey, who was cut on his right eye. After a good combination from Zayas, the referee stopped the action in round three.

Super featherweight Angel Aponte and 17-year-old welterweight wunderkind Xander Zayas both remained unbeaten on Friday night at the Rubén Zayas Montañez Coliseum in Trujillo Alto, Puerto Rico. In a good…
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