Photo credits-Robert Richards
Tampa, Florida- Another great night of boxing from All Star Boxing,Inc. as Orlando “El Fenomeno” Cruz (25-4-1, 11 KOs) from Puerto Rico Defeats Romulo Koasicha (25-6, 15 KOs) of Mexico, at a sold out A La Carte Pavillion in Tampa, Florida by ways of unanimous decision victory retaining his NABO junior lightweight champion. Cruz broke through further stardom tonight emerged to position himself for an up and coming big fight. Cruz walked right through the on coming warrior Koasicha all night long as he took an awful beating from Cruz who did what ever he wanted to do in there, Koasicha ate a hard jab that froze him in the center of the ring as he collapsed to the canvas from the shot, It was just ridiculously easy assignment for Cruz who pulled out a great performance.
“Hurricane” Sammy Valentin (6-0, 5 KO’s) from Lutz, Florida. fighter just breaking into a major league level with his all-round boxing skills cleanly broke down Cosme Rivera (38-23-3, 26 KO’s) with a hard body to liver dropping Rivera at 1:34 seconds of round four by TKO.
Santiago Arroyo (4-0, 2 KO’s) wins in simply a blowout fight of the night by blasting Luis Villegas (0-2) at 2:14 seconds of the forth and final round with a devastating overhand right that floors Villegas catching him cold counterpunching Arroyo wide at the final seconds of the fight loosing to young Arroyo by KO victory.
Heavyweight Jose Medina (1-0, 1 KO’s) has done everything in his young career expected of him to get here as he steps into ring in his debut out bombed Richard White with blistering quickness and solid hard shots it was just a matter of time Medina punch-volume was too much for White as he stepped into a hard hook dropping him at 2:59 seconds of round two by TKO White couldn’t continue action sealing the victory for Medina.
Mark Reyes (1-0, 1 KO) from Tampa, Florida gave the fans a demonstration of his potential as an up and coming local prospect he gave Harrison Mendez no room to fight swarming him with punches flooring him twice ending his night at 1:24 seconds of round one via TKO. No question Reyes capitalizing on the moment in his impressive debut showing.
Local Tampa firefighter Christina Campfort used all-action style combinations breaking down Chenniese Casseus back peddled in survival mode Campfort Ducks under a long jab and pops Casseus finishing her off at the official time of 1:48 round one by TKO.