COWART-LEWIS FIGHT PREDICTIONS

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Report: Damon Gonzalez @latinboxSports Photo credits: UpperKutz Magazine

@a2smoothc Amos Cowart (9-0, 7 KO’s) vs. Marlon Lewis (6-4, 3 KO’s) I seen both these guys and I think that the fight would make for a interesting night. Cowart packs a big punch likes to wrap his shots around his opponents ribs, Lewis slick fighter but a mountain to climb coming off of 2 loses has he grown has he learned at this juncture to be able to fight up vs. fighting down. I have Cowart slipping in a hard right ending the contest in the mid rounds. Showdown III In-O-Town Presented by @OnePunchBoxing on Saturday October 11th Live at the Orlando Live Events Center @OLECenter @moisescarrasquillojr @clarencebooth @miggyc1990 @moisescarrasquillosr @sidestepboxing @4040films at Orlando Live Events Center

A BEAST IN BOOTH

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Clarence “The Truth” Booth the seamless boxer-puncher who gains more recognition with each outing, well ready to step into the ring on Oct 11th at @OLECenter @onepunchboxing Orlando Fl.( Sept 16th 2014)- On June 6th 2014 OPB Promotions put on the best Professional Boxing event held this year in Central Fl. An amazing crowd of 2,800 ppl where in attendance at the Orlando Live Event Center in beautiful Orlando Fl. And now there back on Oct 11th One of the most fastest rising and most Talked about Boxing Promotional Companies in Central Fl. One Punch Boxing Promotions Who promotes some of Florida’s most talented rising prospects in the business On Oct 11th undefeated rising prospect Amos”2smooth”Cowart 9-0-1 (7K.O’s) will headline this amazing fight card Cowart who is coming off an amazing K.O victory over the bigger Joseph Fernandez looks to move back down to 135lbs cowart said the move up to 140lbs was just to big for him. But back 135lbs cowart looks to give his fans another great K.O victory In our Co. Main Event of the evening will feature another one of OPB Promotions undefeated rising Prospects Moises Carrasquillo Jr. Carrasquillo who headlined the June 6th card fought a tough fight against the relentless Timothy Hall but Moises showed his heart and pulled out a UD. But on Oct 11th at the Orlando Live Event Center Moises says this time he won’t leave it up to the judges. The Undercards that OPB Promotions put on are some of the most want to watch fights every fight will be action packed and full of excitement this is for sure one fight card you don’t want to miss!!!! Featured Bouts : 1) Clarence”The Truth”Booth 8-1(6K.O’s) 2) Phil”The Phenom”Penson 7-0-2 (2 K.O’s) 3) Miguel Cruz 5-0 (4K.O’s) Undercard Bouts : 1) Craig”Danger”Duncan 4-0 (4K.O’s) 2) Vinnie” The GoodFella” Pezzullo 4-3 3) Alex”The Flash”Roman 1-0 4) Kenmon” King” Evans Pro Debut Event weigh-ins Date : Oct 10th Location : Orlando Live Event Center 6405 S US HWY 1792 Fern Park Fl. 32730 Event Date : Oct 11th 2014 Location : Orlando Live Event Center 6405 S US HWY 1792 Fern Park Fl. 32730 @a2smoothc @miggyc1990 @moisescarrasquillojr @dreday1123 at Orlando Live Events Center

ROMAN MAKING HIS MARK IN FLORIDA

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The hard hitting Super Bantamweight Alex “The Flash” Roman (1-0) has tremendous power, able to fold an opponent like an envelope with one of his devastating left hooks, Roman focused and ready for Oct 11th at the @OLECenter
Photo credits: @4040films
@onepunchboxing Orlando Fl.( Sept 16th 2014)- On June 6th 2014 OPB Promotions put on the best Professional Boxing event held this year in Central Fl. An amazing crowd of 2,800 ppl where in attendance at the Orlando Live Event Center in beautiful Orlando Fl. And now there back on Oct 11th One of the most fastest rising and most Talked about Boxing Promotional Companies in Central Fl. One Punch Boxing Promotions Who promotes some of Florida’s most talented rising prospects in the business On Oct 11th undefeated rising prospect Amos”2smooth”Cowart 9-0-1 (7K.O’s) will headline this amazing fight card Cowart who is coming off an amazing K.O victory over the bigger Joseph Fernandez looks to move back down to 135lbs cowart said the move up to 140lbs was just to big for him. But back 135lbs cowart looks to give his fans another great K.O victory In our Co. Main Event of the evening will feature another one of OPB Promotions undefeated rising Prospects Moises Carrasquillo Jr. Carrasquillo who headlined the June 6th card fought a tough fight against the relentless Timothy Hall but Moises showed his heart and pulled out a UD. But on Oct 11th at the Orlando Live Event Center Moises says this time he won’t leave it up to the judges. The Undercards that OPB Promotions put on are some of the most want to watch fights every fight will be action packed and full of excitement this is for sure one fight card you don’t want to miss!!!! Featured Bouts : 1) Clarence”The Truth”Booth 8-1(6K.O’s) 2) Phil”The Phenom”Penson 7-0-2 (2 K.O’s) 3) Miguel Cruz 5-0 (4K.O’s) Undercard Bouts : 1) Craig”Danger”Duncan 4-0 (4K.O’s) 2) Vinnie” The GoodFella” Pezzullo 4-3 3) Alex”The Flash”Roman 1-0 4) Kenmon” King” Evans Pro Debut Event weigh-ins Date : Oct 10th Location : Orlando Live Event Center 6405 S US HWY 1792 Fern Park Fl. 32730 Event Date : Oct 11th 2014 Location : Orlando Live Event Center 6405 S US HWY 1792 Fern Park Fl. 32730

PEREZ BELTS ROUSSEAU FOR THE MAJORITY DECISION

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@thejovanperez Report: Damon Gonzalez @latinboxsports Photo credits: Neal Nachman Orlando’s Jovan Perez (2-0, 1 KO) landed a plentiful rate of punches, many to Berthin Rousseau (1-8-2, 1 KO), much-battered noggin he clearly exchanged with good fight effort against the faster Perez but ends the contest by Judges scored the bout 40-36 and 39-37 for Perez, with a lone judge scoring it 38-38 winning the Majority decision. @ToddDuboef @Bradleyajacobs @miguelcottoreal @eaag @gabypenagaricano @FrankStea @Boxeolarevista @BobArum @CarlMoretti @UniMas @flboxing #SoloBoxeoTecate at Bahia Shrine Event Center

VERDEJO BURIES VILLANUEVA WITH DRAMATIC KO WIN

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By Damon”Latinbox”Gonzalez @LatinboxSports
Photo: Neal Nachman

Orlando, Florida. It was like a Puerto Rico National Convention in the Bahia Shrine Events Center Saturday night, loud and screaming fans were entertained in a extremely exiting Solo Boxeo Tecate Series presented by Top Rank, Inc.

Puerto Rico’s richly talented Lightweight Felix”Diamante”Verdejo (15-0, 11 KO’s) took the fight right to Sergio Villanueva (26-5-2, 13 KO’s) with a thrilling KO in dramatic fashion stopping him at 1:57 seconds of round three.

Orlando, Florida. It was like a Puerto Rico National Convention in the Bahia Shrine Events Center Saturday night, loud and screaming fans were entertained in a extremely exiting Solo Boxeo Tecate Series presented by Top Rank, Inc.

Puerto Rico’s richly talented Lightweight Felix”Diamante”Verdejo (15-0, 11 KO’s) took the fight right to Sergio Villanueva (26-5-2, 13 KO’s) with a thrilling KO in dramatic fashion stopping him at 1:57 seconds of round three.

Round 1: Villanueva meeting Verdejo in the center of the ring both fighters establishing there jabs Verdejo countering Villanueva in the exchanges scoring in the opening round with more accurate punching input.

Round 2: Verdejo in a quicker rhythm in round two going to the head and body of Villanueva, Verdejo’s punches getting there quicker Villanueva in the center of the ring taking the shots well needs to pick up his rate early on as Verdejo keeping Mikey Garcia on his wish list made his presence felt by hitting Villanueva with effective blows villanueva responding inaccurate with his shots was not shortening up his punches to connect with the quicker Verdejo.

Round 3: Verdejo showing good movement rips to the body of Villanueva who came with a left hand Verdejo went small came back with a devastating Explosive right hand that send Villanueva down his face landing on the lower ropes Villanueva got up really quick his head collapsed right on referee Frank Santore’s chest as Villanueva collapsed right to the ground Santore waves off the fight as Verdejo quickly runs to the corner of the ring jumps up the ropes raising his hands in celebration as the crowed goes crazy.

In the co-main event Puerto Rico’s Gamalier Rodriguez (25-2-3, 17 KO’s) destroys Martin Cardona (17-3-2, 12 KO’s) in .49 seconds of round two by TKO win. Rodriguez got started quick punishing Cardona’s body then came up top shooting a over hand right that dropped Cardona in round one. No question Cardona just wasn’t adjusting to the assault coming from Rodriguez who again came right after Cardona with another powering overhand right that drove him into the ropes as Rodriguez came right in for the kill doing work to the head and body Cardona responding like a fallen victim could not defend himself as referee Sam Burgos have seen enough jumped in calling a halt to the bout.

Undercard results

In the opening bout of the night Super Lightweight Anthony Mercado (8-0, 7 KO’s) wins a unanimous decision in a all out PR-MEX war against Esteban Villalba (5-10-2, 2 KO’s) coasting in the first two rounds just before Villalba woke up and contributed into the series by exchanging vicious blows against the slicker Machado who systematically boxed his way to victory.

Featherweight Neslan”Pitbull”Machado (7-0, 6 KO’s) scores a TKO at 1:03 seconds of round one after clocking Stephon McIntyre (2-3-2) with a left counter then pressuring him doubling up to the head and body scoring a series of blows that send McIntyre down twice in the round referee Frank Santore jumps in to wave off the assault.

Featherweight Christopher Diaz (7-0, 5 KO’s) crushes Francisco Camacho (2-5-1, 1 KO’s) at .55 of round four Camacho getting blasted in four rounds with hard shots to the body and head the relentless Diaz not giving Camacho any room to get into a rhythm in the fight, Diaz proved to have a great chin was not fazed by the slipping away Camacho who was put down by a hard left hook to the body got up to be dropped again and didn’t make the ten count by referee Sam Burgos giving Diaz the KO win.

Brazilian rising star Esquiva Falcao goes to (5-0, 3 KO’s) after stopping Austin Marcum (6-5, 3 KO’s) by scoring a TKO at 1:24 seconds of round two. Falcao with great form landed hard punches early on in first round stepping in landing a hard short left hook sending Marcum down to the canvas, Falcao overpowered Marcum ending his night early in ferocious fashion.

Cotto Promotions young prodigy 2012 Puerto Rican Olympian coming off of his win at Madison Square Garden Super Flyweight Jantony Ortiz (3-0, 2 KO’s) defeats tough Gilbert Mendoza who’s record drops to (4-4, 1 KO) by unanimous decision. Ortiz settled down and started to put a dent into Mendoza’s face landing most of the punches throughout the contest The judges scored the bout close, 38-37 twice and 39-37 once, all for Ortiz.
Orlando’s Jovan Perez (2-0, 1 KO) landed a plentiful rate of punches, many to Berthin Rousseau (1-8-2, 1 KO), much-battered noggin he clearly exchanged with good fight effort against the faster Perez but ends the contest by Judges scored the bout 40-36 and 39-37 for Perez, with a lone judge scoring it 38-38 draw.

HURRICANE HITS TELEMUNDO

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Report: @latinboxsports Photo credits: @mrpaparazzi Middleweights In his pro debut “Hurricane” Sammy Valentin (1-0) goes to work on tough Jose Carrillo as the fight jumped right into close quarters exchange that was very over powering by Valentin landing great shots to the body of Carrillo dropping him with a sharp upper cut in round one. Valentin showing his skill set punishing Carrillo in round two staying in close Carrillo corner stops the fight as referee Dennis DeBon waves off the fight at 1:57 round two by TKO win for Valentin. @allstarboxing @allstarboxinginc @deportestelemundo @anajulaton @flboxing @ALaCarteTampa at A La Carte Pavilion – Tampa, FL

LOZANO STOPS VIDAL FOR WBO TITLE

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Report: @latinboxsports Photo credits: @mrpaparazzi @alacranlozano @pitbullvidal Boxeo Telemundo Ford and All Star Boxing, Inc in front of a sold out crowed at the A La Carte Event Pavilion in Tampa, FL. Daniel “Alacran” Lozano 13-1-10 KO’s) of Bowling Greens, Florida. capturing the WBO Latin Super Flyweight Title in dramatic fashion by stopping relentless Jonathan “Pitbull” Vidal (18-3, 10 KO’s) of Guaynabo, Puerto Rico with a devastating hook to the body that sends Vidal right to the canvas in pain ending the fight in the fourth round at 2:29 seconds. @allstarboxing @allstarboxinginc @deportestelemundo @anajulaton @ALaCarteTampa @flboxing at A La Carte Pavilion – Tampa, FL

#LOZANOVIDAL BREAKDOWN

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Report: Damon “Latinbox” Gonzalez
Round 1: Lozano jumps right in establishing his jab and throwing quick combinations to the body of Vidal who returns fire going right to Lozano body throughout the opening round. Vidal catches Lozano with a straight left them pumps the jab in Lozano face, Lozano appears to have blood running down his nose at the end of round one. Round 2: Vidal jabbing his way in but Lozano throwing combinations of his own, Lozano lands a good body shot then catched Vidal flush hurting him Vidal drops low near the ropes referee Telis Assimenios issues the count to Vidal who continued battling it out with Lozano to the end of the round. Round 3: Lozano opens the round with good shots to the head and body of Vidal continues to absorb the body shots from Lozano it appears Vidal just not stepping on the gas early in the series. Round 4: Vidal not liking the body work from Lozano keeping him out of his rhythm, Lozano throws hard doubling up his jab Lozano went right back downstairs with a devastating body shot that sends Vidal down in serious pain referee Assimenios waves off the fight as Lozano wins by KO at 2:29 of round four the new WBO Latin Super Flyweight world champion. Photo credits: @mrpaparazzi @allstarboxing @allstarboxinginc @deportestelemundo @anajulaton @flboxing at A La Carte Pavilion – Tampa, FL

THOMLINSON OUTWORKS SANTIAGO

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IN CLASH Report: @latinboxsports Photo credits: @mrpaparazzi @bubbaboxing Featherweights battle it out Ricky Tomlinson (4-0-2, 2 KOs) jumps right on gain Jayron Santiago in a competitive fight, Tomlinson landing great shots in the inside Santiago spending too much energy fighting going backwards not pressing the action early on, In the final series Santiago came with a overhand right sending Tomlinson right to the canvas, Tomlinson jumped right up battled back with Santiago gain to finish the fight. Judges scores 38-37,37-38 and 38-37 split decision for Tomlinson. @allstarboxing @allstarboxinginc @deportestelemundo @anajulaton @ALaCarteTampa @flboxing @rickyt585 @the_real_team_tomlinson at A La Carte Pavilion – Tampa, FL