CAMPFORT QUOTES

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“It was a good win for me. right now in my career I can’t afford to lose any fight I have to do what ever I have to do to keep winning to get my self in a good position to fight for a world title someday. he was very strong and punch real hard he was very awkward came out very aggressive throwing punches he caught me with a few good shots but I kept my composure kept boxing him and counter punch him and God bless me with the victory. My next fight will be August 3 in Tampa, Fl on Alessi Promotions show”

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XIMENEZ CAPTURES THE NBA TITLE

XIMENEZ CAPTURES THE NBA TITLE

Tampa Bay with a great history of Ballroom Boxing and great competitive events Legendary Boxing Promoter Phil Alessi and Alessi Promotions continues to drive forward full speed with another exiting fightcard featuring a tremendous main event as undefeated bantamweight Ray Ximenez (8-0, 3 KO) captures the NBA Jr. Intercontinental title infront of a sold out crowed at the DoubleTree Westshore. Ximenez defeats Jose “Chilli” Rivera in what kinda look like a grudge match between the two. Ximenez showed good ring man ship and balance as he countered River in exchange all night long, Ximenez winning the bout effectively and favored in the judges scorecards 78-74 all three judges for the unanimous decision.

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By: LatinBox

FNF, SHOWBOX GET READY HERE COMES CAMPFORT

FNF, SHOWBOX GET READY HERE COMES CAMPFORT

“Silky” Wilky Campfort (11-1-0, 5 KOs), squared off against Djolevi Ballogou (8-4-0, 6 KOs), of Togo. You can certainly see the fury when Campfort steps into the ring this kid took action early on as soon as the bell rang to bring a fight to Ballogou and sure enough he did, The exchange of punches in this fight gave Campfort opportunities to showcase his aggressive style and outwork the fading Ballogou who hung in there with a series of his own but not enough to impress the scores of the judges 58-56 and 59-55 twice, all for “Silky” Wilky Campfort in my opinion needs to take his fight to the next level.

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By: Latinbox

FIGHT IN THE PHONE “BOOTH”

St Petersburg’s Clarence Booth (4-1-0, 3 KOs), 144.2 lbs,Young and very exiting fighter to watch needed only 1:12 to stop Devarise Crayton (7-14-2, 3 KOs), In the 1st Round, Booth jumped on him inside really quick connecting with great power shots not leading up on Crayton who’s corner have seen enough early waving stoppage to the referee. Booth coming off a win last moth on FightNight card continues to stay busy.

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The Ironic Truth is Cowart can Fight!

The Ironic Truth is Cowart can Fight!

Undefeated Jr. Welterweight Amos “2 Smooth” Cowart (5-0-0, 4 KOs), crushes Richard “The Hammer” Pitt (4-10-0, 1 KO) from Bahamas with a few Hammers as he started the bout gain to exchange hard blows with Cowart that was not having nothing of it controlling the pace of the short bout with a series of attacks that left Pitt helpless in the corner not fighting back as referee jumped in and stopped the bout at 2:28 of the 2nd Round.

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By: LatinBox

The Redemption of Marcus Willis

The Redemption of Marcus Willis

“Magic” Marcus Willis (12-2-2, 3 KOs), redeems himself after his loss a few moths ago came back fighting a rugged back and forth match against Ashantie Hendrickson (5-11-1, 3 KOs), Willis more settled with his punches fights Hendrickson coming forward all night long Willis on all three Judges scored the bout 78-74, 79-73, and 80-72 all for Willis.

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By: LatinBox