James, Washington, Martin triumph

Welterweight contender Jamal “Shango” James (26-1, 12 KOs) hammered out a ten round unanimous decision over former world champion Antonio DeMarco (33-8-1, 24 KOs) on Saturday at The Armory in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The bout was a war early on, then James had the edge down the stretch. Scores were 98-92 3x.

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In a clash between heavyweight contenders, Gerald “El Gallo Negro” Washington (20-3-1, 13 KOs) scored a spectacular eighth round KO over Robert “The Nordic Nightmare” Helenius (28-3, 17 KOs). Behind on the cards, Washington leveled Helenius with a massive right hand at 2:32. Helenius was counted out.
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Former IBF heavyweight champion Charles Martin (27-2-1, 24 KOs) rocked a fourth round KO over Daniel Martz (18-6-1, 15 KOs). Martin dropped Martz twice in round four. Time was 2:03.

Welterweight Bryant “GoodFella” Perrella (17-2, 14 KOs) scored a third round TKO over Domonique Dolton (22-3-1, 13 KOs). Waved off at 1:24 to save Dolton from further punishment.

Unbeaten bantamweight Gary Antonio Russell (14-0, 11 KOs) Francisco Pedroza (13-8-2, 6 KOs). Scores were 100-90 on all three cards.

Unbeaten super lightweight Gary Antuanne Russell (10-0, 10 KOs) scored a third round KO over Larry Ventus (9-14-1, 4 KOs). Ventus down three times.

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  • Good for Washington he needed it, the Nordic nightmare really really hasn’t looked good in a long time good even fight.

    • I’m glad Washington finally got a decent victory KO. Hopefully he can keep the momentum going and get back into the thick of heavyweight title contention.

  • Robert Helenius is officially done as a threat in the division. He hasn’t been in a while, but I guess he had contractual issues or injuries or something that kept him out of the ring for what should have been the most crucial years of his career. Or perhaps he was never that good to begin with, wither way, we’ll never know

  • I’m not surprised Helenius was knocked out. Anyone who fights with his chin untucked like he did is asking for it. That was one of the first things I leaned from my coach when boxing in the Marines. ‘Tuck your chin to your chest.’ My be some pathetic trainers out there.

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