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MAIN EVENT – SUPER WELTERWEIGHTS (10)*
Serhi Bohachuk (19-1, 19 KOs), Los Angeles, CA by way of Ukraine 158.2 lbs.
Miami, Florida – And the New WBO/NABO 140 Champion Danieito Zorrilla (16-0, 12 KO) from Toa Baja, Puerto Rico hits Pablo Cesar Cano (33-8-1, 23 KO) from Mexico with a huge left hook to the body that drops Cano referee Frank Gentile reaches the count to ten at the official time .35 seconds of round two by TKO victory tonight at the Hard Rock Live – Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Welterweight puncher Nahir “Woo” Albright (14-1, 7 KO) destroys Michael Dutchover (15-2, 10 KO) in six rounds.
Opening round both fighters exchanging hard shots in the center of the ring Albright lands a hard hook that drops Dutchover early on, Albright comes right back out catches Dutchover again with a hard hook drops him in the early moments of round two, Albright’s jab continues to give Dutchover a lot of problems.
Dutchover having problems getting in the inside exchanges with Albright who counters with a hard left hand that drops Dutchover again.
Dutchover fighting hard gets dropped in round six, Dutchover didn’t come out for round seven ringside doctor calls the fight 2:59 seconds round six by TKO victory for Albright.
Junior Welterweight Miguel Angel Madueno Angulo (25-0, 23 KO) from Orange, CA. stops Sonny Fredrickson (21-5, 14 KO) from Toledo, Ohio by tenth round stoppage.
Madueno taking the fight right to Fredrickson in the opening round throwing multiple shots coming straight forward pushing Fredrickson back with hard shots.
Fredrickson trying to box in round two but Madueno closing the gap staying right in Fredrickson face hitting him with too many combinations.
Fredrickson reacting better in round three hitting Madueno with good shots to the head and body weathering Madueno attack.
Fredrickson surges hitting Madueno with s hard shot that caught his attention in round five.
Madueno looses a point in round six for pushing Fredrickson head down.
Madueno in the 9th and 10th stepped on the gas just draining Fredrickson hard referee Sam Burgos jumps in to wave off the fight at the official time 2:04 seconds of round ten by TKO victory for Madueno.
Cruiserweight Yunieski “The Monster” Gonzalez (21-3, 17 KO) from Miami, Florida stops Tommy Karpency (30-8-1, 19 KO) from Adah, Pennsylvania in two rounds.
Gonzalez staying in the pocket throwing hard shots at Karpency who is firing back with hard shots of his own, definitely give Karpency a lot of credit for holding his own in the opening round.
Gonzalez waisted no time planting a hard shot to the body dropping Karpency with a left hook to body referee Frank Gentle waves off the contest at the official time 2:03 seconds of round two by TKO victory for Gonzalez.
Light Heavyweight Bryce Henry (5-0, 4 KO) from Miami, Florida crushes Juan De Angel (22-14-1, 20 KO)
seconds of the fourth round by TKO victory.
TRILLER FIGHT CLUB
Tuesday, September 14
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“I’m going to knock Deontay Wilder spark out and it’s going to be even quicker than our last fight,” – Fury “Hopefully Fury is confident enough to go through with this fight, because I’m going to be a reinvented Deontay Wilder on October 9,” – Wilder
LAS VEGAS – WBC Heavyweight World Champion Tyson “The Gypsy King” Fury and former longtime heavyweight champion Deontay “The Bronze Bomber” Wilder have restarted their long-running rivalry and stated their intent to finally settle the score when they meet for the third time on Saturday, October 9 in an ESPN+ PPV and FOX Sports PPV event from T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. “I’m going to knock Deontay Wilder spark out and it’s going to be even quicker than our last fight,” said Fury, who stopped Wilder in their second fight in February 2020 to capture the WBC title. “If he couldn’t beat me after three years out of the ring and 10 stone weight loss, he’s never beating me. None of them will. They’re just hyped up bums. All of them. Wilder, Joshua, Usyk. They’re all bums. Compared to me, they’re no good.” “Hopefully Fury is confident enough to go through with this fight, because I’m going to be a reinvented Deontay Wilder on October 9,” said Wilder, who had successfully defended his heavyweight title 10 times before losing to Fury. “This training camp has rejuvenated me. It’s refreshed me. The key to victory in this fight is having a violent mind, but approaching it with calmness. I have all the right people around me and we’re looking forward to October 9. I just hope Fury is ready to put on a show for the fans and make history once again.”
MIAMI – WBA Welterweight World Champion Yordenis Ugás was honored with the “Key to the City” of Miami by Mayor Francis Suarez this afternoon during a ceremony at Mayor Suarez’s office.
Ugás defeated legendary eight-division world champion and Philippine Senator Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao on August 21, 2021, to retain his title in a fight viewed by millions around the world.
“Ugás could have used that platform to talk about himself,” said Mayor Suarez. “Instead, he highlighted the oppression, the brutal dictatorship in Cuba. That’s something that we have to be eternally grateful for.
“He is more, in that sense, an activist than he is a fighter. And I think that’s really impressive. I knew at that moment that I had to invite him and give him the key to the city. He earned it.”
“It brings me great joy that I was presented with the Key to the City of Miami by Mayor Suarez,” said Ugás. “I had a great victory against a boxing legend like Manny Pacquiao and I was able to bring attention to the oppression my people back home in Cuba are dealing with.
“I will always fight for freedom, not only for my countrymen in Cuba, but those being oppressed all over the world. I’m grateful to all my fans who have been with me from the beginning. Today was a great day from me and I will forever be thankful.”
Ugás joins a select club of elite athletes that have received this distinction in South Florida, making his place among luminaries and past recipients such as Florida Marlins pitcher and World Series champion Livan Hernández, NBA Champions Dwyane Wade and Shaquille O´Neal, global music superstars Shakira and Jennifer López, and actor Will Smith among others that have been honored through the years.
Wesley Chapel, Florida – Flyweight Jasmine “The Animal” Artiga (8-0-1, 5 KO) from Tampa, Florida is determined to prove that she is a major threat in the world scene as an up and coming star. Artiga on course to fight in boxing’s biggest platforms.
Artiga: 🗣 “I train for Every fight like it’s a championship fight. With only one thing in mind and that is destroy and Annihilate anyone who is in front of me … with whatever artilitary I need to reach in my bag and use to get the job done.”
“I’m not here to just win and get a victory, I’m here to destroy and dominate that’s why I train so hard.”
“I love what I do thats why I do it with so much passion .I don’t need anyone to tell me what needs to be done . I do it I don’t complain . I never not feel like boxing … I live for this sport and this art.”
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Plant City, Florida – On Friday nights main event heavy puncher Cesar Juarez (27-10, 20 KO) from Mexico City, Mexico captures the WBA Fedecentro Featherweight Title as he went to war for ten hard rounds beating Dennis Contreras (24-10-1, 22 KO) by unanimous decision win at the tonight at the Whitesands Events Center in Plant City, Florida. Presented by All Star Boxing, Inc. in association with ProBox Promotions.
Contreras wasn’t going away staying right directly in Juarez face trading big shots back in forth certainly Juarez was just a step ahead in the power punching and keeping constant pressure on Contreras throughout the action packed fight we go to the official judges scorecards 96-94, 96-94, 97-93 in favor for Juarez.
In the opening bout of the night Najee Lopez from Ellenwood, GA. put a hurting on Wallace Nass Silva from Boston, MA. crushing him with hard shots to the head sending to the canvas referee Christopher Young seen enough punishment waving off the contest at the official time .29 seconds of round one by TKO victory for López.
Heavyweight Stephen Shaw waisted no time jumping right on Nick Davis with explosive shots to the head and body, Davis countered and got caught with an overhand right by Shaw that drops Davis at the official time 1:42 seconds of the opening round by way of KO victory.
Otabek Kholmatov from Miami, Florida returns for his second appearance on Boxeo Telemundo getting rid of Carlos Diaz Ovando quickly ending his night with hard pressure leading up to the stoppage at .52 seconds of round three by way of TKO victory.
Luis Caraballo from La Perla, Puerto Rico making his debut fight in the United States keeping John Portal at bay hitting him with multiple counter shots finishing him off at the official time 2:21 seconds of round three by TKO victory.
Top Rank fighter heavy puncher Omar Rosario from Caguas, Puerto Rico scores a four round unanimous decision win over very tough Marc Misiura from Scranton, PA. Rosario was a step ahead of Misiura who put up a good fight but fell short as all three judges score the contest 40-36 for Rosario.
Christopher “Golden” Galeano from Brandon, Florida scores a eight round unanimous decision victory over veteran fighter Marcus Willis from Fort Myers, Florida.
Willis certainly put his punches together and made it competitive against a very tough Galeano who showed the value of good home cooking, tagging Willis every time he stepped in the exchange. The judges official scores were 78-74, 77-75, 79-73 in favor for Galeano.
All Star Boxing fighter Bryan “The Hunter” Polaco from Farjado, Puerto Rico clearly showed the value of a great training camp as he bring in boxing trainer Javiel Centeno and the team from Centeno’s Sweat Box Boxing Gym.
Polaco broke down warrior Justin Gunter from Danville, VA. by fighting tall using his long range to attack Gunter ending his night at the official time .39 seconds of round five by way of TKO victory.
St. Petersburg, Florida – In the Main Event of the evening Super Welterweight Harry “Dragon Fly” Cruz (6-2, 2 KO) from Middleburg, FL. stops Thomas “The Samurai”
Turner from Caldwell, ID. at the 1:58 second mark of round three by TKO victory.
Thomas began working Cruz with straight shots backing Cruz up momentarily.
Cruz started to get into a rhythm mid round by pounding Thomas to the body with hard shots in the inside.
Turner was dropped twice in the contest referee Gene Del Bianco waved off the fight rightfully so after Turner was dropped for the second time.
In the opening bout of the night Richard Graham (3-0-1, 2 KO) from St. Petersburg, Florida. waisted no time jumping right on Dowen Pugh (0-2) hitting him with heavy shots sending him down to the canvas with an explosive right hook referee Gene Del Bianco reaches the count to ten at the official time of .55 seconds of the opening round by way of TKO victory.
Eric Howard (1-0) from Tampa, Florida scores a unanimous decision victory over Trey Anderson from Tallahassee, Florida
Howard picking his spots taking the fight right to Anderson who you have to
give credit to Anderson he can box and take what Howard gives him.
Howard setting up the counter making it a action fight as we go to the official scorecards 39-36, 40-35 (2x) in favor for Howard.
Light Heavyweight Deion Pruitt (3-0, 3 KO) from Leesville, LA. was spectacular breaking down James Horne (0-3) quickly ending his night at the official time 1:21 seconds of round one by TKO victory for Pruitt.
Light Heavyweight Imran Haddabah (2-0, 1 KO) from St. Petersburg, Florida. hit a hole in one without even doing anything as he scores a TKO victory at .28 seconds of the opening round over LaQuavis Higgins from Forest City, AR.
Haddabah got into an exchange against Higgins right from the opening bell
Higgins fighting going backwards dislocated his shoulder in the exchange of shots against Haddabah who finished him off.
Welterweight Terry Roscoe from Albany, GA. was the spoiler tonight coming in scoring a four round unanimous decision victory upset over local favorite Rufino “Baked Chicken” Lewis (1-1, 1 KO) from Lakeland, FL.
No pressure attended Lewis started off very well applying hard pressure on Roscoe who found ways to fight back weathering the pressure from Lewis.
Roscoe was given credit for first knockdown which looked like Lewis slipped on the advertisement located in the center of the ring.
Lewis continued to throw hard punches that were met with counter shots coming from Roscoe who scored a second knockdown as we go to the judges scorecards 40-36, 38-36 (2x) in favor for Roscoe.
Middleweight puncher Angel IIarraza (5-0, 1 KO) from Ocala, Florida was too much for Charles Dallas from Marietta, GA. ending his night at the official time .54 seconds of round three by TKO victory.
IIarraza got into hard exchanges with Dallas right from the opening round
IIarraza defenatly sharper with his punches being the boss in the fight catches Dallas in a hard exchange as
IIarraza closes the show.
The WIBA Featherweight Champion Carisse “Golden Child” Brown (4-1, 2 KO) from Lakeland, Florida. in a non-title defense destroys Elizabeth Tuani from SeaTac, WA. in just .41 seconds of the opening round with a devastating KO victory.
Tuani came out swinging right from the opening bell Brown timed her stepping right in with a hard right hook that sent Tuani down to the canvas hard referee Gene Del Bianco issued the count Tuani indicated to the referee she can continue as Tuani unbelievably was wobbly was allowed to continue Brown jumped right back on her crushing her hit her with a crushing right hand that sent her down hard to the canvas the doctors had to attend to Tuani in the ring from the knockout.
Antonio Tarver, Jr (8-0, 5 KO) from Orlando, Florida scores a six round unanimous decision victory over Dylan Carlson from Oragon.
If you first don’t succeed
Punch punch punch Again, Tarver, Jr didn’t get the knockout but was clearly able to take the fight right to Carlson breaking him down in six rounds. Judges official scores were 58-56, 59-55 (2x) in favor for Tarver, Jr.
Lightweight Kenneth Davis, Jr (6-2-1, 3 KO) from Reno, NV. scores a six round stoppage over Ayron Palmer from Tallahassee, FL. at the 1:29 second mark of round six Davis, Jr pressured with a flurry of punches referee Gene Del Bianco jumps in to prematurely stop the action with just seconds left in the final stanza.
Armando Moran (5-1-1, 3 KO) from Wahneta, FL. steps back into the ring tonight to battle Joshua “Spotlight” Montoya from Lubbock, TX. In there long awaited rematch after battling to a Majority Draw a little over two months ago.
Both fighters literally rushed to the center of the ring at the opening bell both throwing hard fast balls, exchanging with heavy explosive shots through out there six rounds non-stop action fight. Massive credit to the performance of both fighters that clearly will have a Championship future.
Moran pulls out a unanimous decision in a valor performance against a true warrior Montoya, Judges official scores 60-54, 58-56 (2x) for Moran.
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Victor Ortiz, Mark Magsayo & Carlos Castro Victorious InPay-Per-View Undercard Action&Frank Martin, Steven Torres & Jose Valenzuela ScoreImpressive Wins in PBC Action Live on FOX
LAS VEGAS – In a career-defining fight, Yordenis Ugas shone bright on the biggest of stages. A boisterous crowd of 17,438 at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas watched the underdog Ugas outbox and out-fight the great Manny Pacquiao to win a 12-round unanimous decision and retain his WBA Welterweight World title in the main event of FOX Sports PBC pay-per-view. “I’m very excited but, most of all, I want to thank Manny Pacquiao for giving me this moment in the ring today,” Ugas said afterward. “I told you, I am the champion of the WBA and I showed it tonight.” “I’m very emotional. A lot of people say Cubans can’t win the big fight. So, I’m very proud that I got this win for Cuba and showed what we are all about.” Pacquiao, as always, was gracious in defeat. “Congratulations to Ugas and his team,” said Pacquiao. “Thank you to all of you. I want to thank all my fans and the media. For many decades, the press, media and boxing fans were always behind us, supporting us. That’s why we’re here, why we became popular and why we accomplished our dreams as a fighter. “I am a fighter outside and inside the ring. I look forward to returning to the Philippines and helping them during this pandemic.” Ugas used his size, strength and length to keep Pacquiao guessing, slowly wearing down boxing’s only eight-division champ to win in decisive fashion. Pacquiao, 42 (67-8-2, 39 KOs), promised a fast start and lived up to his word in the first, darting in and out with combinations. Unfazed, the 35-year-old Ugas (27-4, 12 KOs) maintained a tight guard. In the second, he unveiled his long left jab, alternating it up and downstairs as Pacquiao struggled to get inside. Pacquiao began the third with a short left but Ugas silenced the crowd with power shots of his own. The Cuban began landing a looping right in the fourth, a punch Pacquiao struggled with the entire night. Following a close fifth, Ugas regained the upper hand in the sixth, working the jab and delivering well-placed punches to the body. Two-way action brought the crowd to their feet in the seventh as they shouted “Manny! Manny! Manny!” Ugas remained poised, pushing the Philippine Senator back with more rights. “My trainer, Ismael Salas, and I had a plan,” said Ugas. “We were going to move him around; we were going to use the jab and keep him off balance. That was the whole game plan.” Ugas controlled the eighth, and the raucous audience responded to more punishing rights by Ugas. Sensing the fight slipping away, Pacquiao picked up the pace in the ninth. Still, the harder shots came from Ugas. Early in the 10th, a Pacquiao left forced Ugas to clinch. The momentum was short-lived. Ugas had now found a home for his right and was throwing it with regularity. The 12th was particularly one-sided. Ugas repeatedly landed the right, hurting Pacquiao on several occasions and opening a cut near his left eye. “The right hand was a shot I had planned to use on Manny,” said Ugas. “It kept working so I kept using it.” The triumphant Ugas raised in his arms in victory as the bell sounded. Moments later, three judges scored the bout in his favor, one turning in a 115-113 card while the other two had it 116-112. “In the future, you may not see Manny Pacquiao in the ring,” Pacquiao said. “I don’t know. Let me rest first, relax and make a decision if I’ll continue to fight or not.” “He’s a legend, one of the greatest fighters that ever lived,” Ugas said of his opponent. “I’ll always respect him not only as a great fighter but outside the ring. I also admire that he fights for his country, as I do. I want to free Cuba.”
In the co-main event, Robert “The Ghost” Guerrero (37-6-1, 20 KOs) battled his way to a 10-round unanimous decision over “Vicious” Victor Ortiz (32-7-3, 25 KOs). All three judges scored the bout 96-94. “It felt good to be back in the ring with fans and I definitely fed off of their energy,” said Guerrero. “I knew this was going to be an all-out war. Victor Ortiz brought the best out of me tonight. It was back and forth action the entire fight and I came out on top as I predicted.” Much of the action was fought on the inside where Guerrero landed the cleaner shots. After a feel-out opener, Guerrero came alive in the second, stunning Ortiz with a series of power shots. Round after round, the two former world champions unloaded short shots in close quarters with each refusing to take a backward step. Guerrero capped off his performance with a strong 10th frame, which proved to be the difference on the cards. “I thought I won. It is what it is,” said Ortiz. “It was a close fight. He didn’t hurt me. A couple times I got caught off balance but that was it. I should have boxed a little better, but hey, he did what he had to do.” “Now I’m ready to step up and fight anyone they put in front of me,” said Guerrero. “I have a lot left in me and I’m in this sport to win another world title. I dedicate this fight to my family and I give all the glory to my lord and savior Jesus Christ.”
In a star-making performance, Mark “Magnifico” Magsayo(23-0, 16 KOs) of the Philippines scored a spectacular knockout of Julio Ceja (32-5-1, 28 KOs), putting the former world champion away in the 10th round of their WBC Featherweight Title Eliminator. “I just worked a lot on the straight punches,” said Magsayo. “I kept working it round after round and when I saw he was hurt, I followed up. “I’m so glad for the outcome. I expected his style to make it happen and I expected a knockout tonight.” It looked like it might be an early night when a counter left hook from Magsayo floored Ceja in the first. Mexico’s Ceja gamely rose and worked his way back into the fight, slowing Magsayo down with combinations to the ribs. Ceja’s work paid off late in the fifth when a left uppercut introduced Magsayo to the canvas. The 26-year-old slugger made it to his feet. The bell sounded moments later. Ceja attacked the body with abandon in the sixth and seventh but it was Magsayo who found his second wind late. His fast hands and feet allowed him to dictate the action in the eighth. He enjoyed an even better ninth, flashing his left in the forms of jabs and hooks. With the fight seemingly hanging in the balance, Magsayo let it all hang out in the tenth. As Ceja sought refuge along the ropes, Magsayo uncorked a picture-perfect one-two flush on the Mexican’s jaw. Ceja sagged to the mat, helped along the way by another right. No count was needed. Referee Kenny Bayless ended the bout at 0:50 of the 10thround. “I got knocked down and was surprised, but I focused my mind on what I wanted, a world championship shot,” said Magsayo. “It’s my dream today and now it’s coming true. Hopefully my next fight is a world title shot.”
In the pay-per-view opener, Carlos Castro(27-0, 11 KOs) turned in the finest performance of his career, stopping former world title challenger Óscar Escandón (26-6, 18 KOs) in the 10th round of their back-and-forth featherweight encounter. “Escandón has been in there with the best. He’s gone a lot of rounds with world champions,” said Castro. “But it was just a matter of time, picking our punches. I sat down a little more on my shots. I’ve been with Manny Robles for only four months. With a little more time, I think we’ll be able to dominate the division.” Castro used his height and reach to keep Escandón at bay early on. Escandón was game throughout. Late in the first, he pinned Castro against the ropes and buckled him with a hard left hook. “I knew it was going to be a slow start,” Castro said. “Manny Robles taught me a lot, but a year and a half out of the ring, a new coach—it’s always different. Sparring and training is always different from fights, so I feel great and happy for the opportunity. I have to keep progressing.” By the start of the second, Castro was back to using his jab and timely footwork. His punch output increased with each passing round. Escandón began to show signs of wear in the fifth. Castro was now landing to head and body with regularity. Early in the seventh, Escandón was badly wobbled by a right hand. Castro pounced, unloading a series of power shots. Escandón countered with a wild left hook that missed. The force of the blow drove Escandón to the canvas. Referee Celestino Ruiz improperly ruled it a knockdown, which was later overturned and ruled a slip. Castro sought to close the show but Escandón showed incredible heart, fighting him off until Castro was forced to retreat. The crowd roared their approval at round’s end. Castro continued to dominate in the ninth. He closed the show in the tenth, landing another big right followed by a volley that floored Castro. Ruiz mercifully waved it off at 1:08 of the 10th round. “I fought my heart out and gave my best effort, but it just wasn’t my night tonight,” said Castro. “I had him hurt in the first round, but I didn’t have enough time to finish him off. I give Castro a lot of respect, he’s a great fighter and showed great sportsmanship. I’m not done and I will be back.” “What’s next is up to my promoters,” Castro said. “I’m going to take some time off to spend time with my family, thank my coaches and enjoy the victory.” Preceding the pay-per-view,
rising lightweight sensation Frank “The Ghost” Martin (14-0, 10 KOs) impressed again, pitching a 10-round shutout over Ryan Kielczweski (30-6, 11 KOs) in the main event on PBC action live on FOX and FOX Deportes. All three judges scored the bout 100-90. The 26-year-old Martin dictated the pace from the opening bell, working behind a southpaw jab and stepping in with combinations. Kielczewski was game but had no answer for Martin’s speed, power and athleticism.
In the co-main event on FOX, heavyweight prospect Steven Torres(5-0, 5 KOs) made quick work of Justin Rolfe(6-3-1, 4 KOs), pounding Rolfe until referee Robert Hoyle stepped in at 2:33of the first round of their scheduled four-round bout. In the FOX televised opener, touted lightweight Jose Valenzuelaimproved to 9-0 (6 KOs) with a fourth-round stoppage over Donte Strayhorn (12-4, 4 KOs). The 22-year-old Valenzuela scored a knockdown early in the first when an overhand left sent Strayhorn staggering back. Referee Raul Caiz Jr. ruled that the ropes held Strayhorn up and administered a standing eight count. In the second, Valenzuela showed poise as he pressed the attack behind his lefty stance. Strayhorn had his moments in the third round. However, the heavier blows came from Valenzuela, who poured it on until the bout’s end at 1:29 of the fourth round.
Biloxi, MI – Johnny Bedford bitter sweet becomes the 2x BKFC Bantamweight World Champion by beating Reggie Barnett by unanimous decision.
Bedford starts off we’re he left off by blasting Barnett with a hard right hand that drops Barnett in the opening round.
Barnett holding his own countering with big shots of his own as we go to the judges Tallis 48-46 50-44 49-46.
Alan Belcher fights hard wins five round unanimous decision victory over Tony Lopez
Belcher definitely showed great punching power in the opening round catching López with huge shots in the inside.
López taking everything Belcher can give gets nailed with a straight right hand from Belcher.
In the final round López did have success landing hard shots on Belcher both fighters finish the fight with no knockdowns, Judges official scores 49-46, 48-47, 50-45.
Quentin Henry knocks off Jason “Hook Em” Fish in round two.
Henry started off with a good jab Fish starts exchanging blows gets caught and buzzed by a hard shot from Henry that may have broke his nose.
Henry Jumps right on Fish putting him down while referee reaches the count of ten at .56 seconds of round two by KO victory.
Heavyweight Dillon Cleckler (3-0, 3 KO) waisted no time staying in the pocket blasting Justin Thorton (0-1) with hard shots cracking him in the jaw ending the fight immediately as referee waves off the contest at .19 seconds of round one by KO stoppage.
Heavyweight Bobo O’Bannon destroys Lewis Rumsey in four rounds
Rumsey made every effort to let his hands go, O’Bannon was just the stronger man tonight dropping Rumsey multiple times battering him ending his night at the official time of the stoppage
.33 seconds of round four by TKO victory
Harris “Sandman” Stephenson takes a disqualification win over Melvin Guillard.
Guillard comes out strong in the opening round drops Stephenson with a hard combination of punches landing a big left hook that sends Stephenson down.
Guillard hits Stephenson with a hard right hand that hurts him Stephenson was hit while he was down ruling a disqualification giving Stephenson the win.
Elvin Brito scores a five round majority decision win over Julio Garcia.
Brito taking the fight to the inside tagging Garcia with shots in the opening round.
Garcia having his moments catching Brito with solid shots in the inside.
Garcia having a slow kill in there matching Brito shot per shot. Judges scorecards 48-48, 48-47 (2x).
Kaleb Harris dominates Derrick “Superman” Findley in a five round unanimous decision win.
Harris opens up with very nice movement in the ring popping his jab a Findley who needs to make adjustments quickly.
Harris not having problems finding the target as Findley not adjusting to the fight.
Harris coming on going for the knockout in round four.
Findley showing some skin in the final round letting his hands go as we go to the scorecards 50-45, 50-45, 50-46.
Light Heavyweight Scott “Walkin’ Threat” O’Shaughnessy wins a five round unanimous decision victory over David Simpson.
Simpson tough as nails had his moments in the fight gets dropped in the opening round two knockdowns we’re ruled. O’Shaughnessy showing explosive power as Simpson gets tagged on the chin gets floored again with a hard shot.
In round three Simpson having problems finding the mark gets dropped again with a hard shot from O’Shaughnessy.
Judges official scores 48-44, 48-45, 49-45.
Lightweight Adam “The Slugger” Pellarano Beats John “The Florida Keys Kid” Chalbeck by five round Split Decision
Chalbeck starting off with a good jab Pellarano responds with shots of his own but taking hard right hands in the opening round.
Pellarano explodes in the opening seconds of round two with hard combination of shots Chalbeck took it well closes the round with hard shots of his own.
Pellarano eating uppercuts from Chalbeck both fighters exchanging hard shots.
Chalbeck and Pellarano definitely made it entertaining as we go to the scorecards 48-47, 48-47, 49-46.
Ryan Jones Eliminates Kaine Tomlinson in the Opening Round
Right from the opening bell Jones comes out fast throwing straight shots at Tomlinson who was fighting back breaking him down dropping him to a knee Tomlinson shaken up couldn’t continue as he was counted out at the official time 1:49 seconds of round one by KO victory for Jones.
Lightweight Bobby Taylor, destroys Ronnie Rogers in a blink.
Taylor bloody eye just seconds into the opening round, Taylor counters and drops Rodgers with an explosive shot, Taylor jumped on him blasting him with a hard right hand finishing Rodgers off with nine seconds left in the opening round at 1:51 seconds round one by KO victory.
Miami, Fla: Boxeo Telemundo closes their Summer series next Friday, August 27, with the main event that many believe will be an all-out war. WBA Fedecentro Champion Dennis ” El Martillo” Contreras (24-10-1-22 KO’s) has resurrected his career by beating four top prospects on Boxeo Telemundo, Fernando Garcia 12-0, Belmar Preciado 20-2, Carlos Flores 20-0 and Hairon “El Maja” Socarras 23-1. These four wins have put El Martillo in contention for a shot at a world title. First, however, he must face battle-tested two-time world title challenger Cesar ” Corazon” Juarez, War-ez (26-10-20 KO’s) of Mexico City, Mexico. Juarez is promoted by boxing guru Sean Gibbons. Gibbons believes that his fighter “War-ez,” as he refers to him, can bring enough ammunition to go for another title run if he was to come out victorious. This fight is a crossroads fight for both fighters.
” I see this fight as a “pick-em” fight. It is hard to say who has the advantage. These fights are the ones that fight fans love to see. No one is favorite; they are both two warriors looking for one more title shot.” said Felix “Tuto” Zabala, Jr. President of All Star Boxing
The show will have a total of 8 bouts; the undercard will be announced shortly.
Contreras vs Juarez will broadcasted LIVE on Telemundo at 12 AM. Check your local listings.