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By Damon “LatinBox” Gonzalez
Heavyweights Lenroy “TNT” Thomas (16-3, 8 KO’s) fell short from victory last Saturday night at the StubHub Center in Carson, CA. undercard match on Mares vs. Gonzalez. In a battle with Dominic Breazeale (5-0, 5 KO) The Jamaican Thomas from St. Petersburg, Florida. In open series got busy early in the 1st showing Breazeale string of punches together, slipping and blocking punches.
Breazeale rebounded in the 2nd round letting his hands go as both fighters got into a nice exchange in a closely contested round.
In the 3rd Both fighters engaged in a competitive fight Breazeale seeing the open door and walked right through it by stopping Thomas in the 4th by TKO.
Thomas speaks after the contest he made no excuses. “I’m just blessed to be here and have this opportunity to fight again”
Of course a won would have been good but I understand what I need to do go right back into the gym and work harder.”
“Loosing this fight to Breazeale wasn’t so bad, sorry it just wasn’t I have plenty fights ahead of me.”
“I do things the right way, I’m proud of what I am accomplishing in the sport if boxing, I truly thankful to my family, my team my fans for supporting me and standing by me “TNT” will be back in the ring soon.”
MAYWEATHER: Wednesday, Aug. 28 from 6:45 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. ET / 3:45 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. PT
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 28 – MAYWEATHER WORKOUT EMBED CODES & LINKS:
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“I know a lot of people are looking up to me because I’m a cancer survivor. I want to be inspirational to people. I want people to know that if you work hard, you can fulfill your dreams.
“This win feels amazing. I knew I had Brooklyn here supporting me and it fueled me in the ring and got me so excited.
“I owe it all to the man above. God has gotten me through a lot in my life.
“He hit me with a good left hook and I said, ‘Okay, let’s go.’
“He came after me and I said ‘I got something for you.’
“He tried to use some Bernard Hopkins tactics on me and get into my head, but I knew I had the skills to beat him.”
Weights from New York
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Vacant WBC Continental Americas Middleweight Title
Danny Jacobs 159.2 vs. Giovanni Lorenzo 158.6
Eddie Gomez 148.8 vs. Steven Upsher Chambers 146.8
Terrell Gausha 159.4 vs Austin Marcum 160
Marcus Browne 175.8 vs. Robert Hill 173.6
Emmanuel Gonzalez 129.4 vs. Michael Doyle 129
Gary Beriguette 148.8 vs. Kamal Muhammad 148
Venue: Best Buy Theater / NYC