Wednesday, February 19, 2020
Here is how the matchups look for day two of the Washington Golden Gloves Tournament that will take place at Rosecroft Raceway in Fort Washington Maryland starting at 7
9-10, 82 Pounds (Championship): Omar Carter (Limelite) vs. Kymani Davis (Untouchables)
12-13, 95 Pounds (Championship): Donavan Randall (Hillcrest) vs. Musa Mooney (Time 2 Grind)
15-16, 101 Pounds (Championship): David Jimenez (No Xcuse) vs. Edgar Lopez (Champions)
14, 152 Pounds (Championship): Anthony Price (Neutral Corner) vs. Jeremiah Standley (UMAR)
17NO, 132 Pounds (Championship): Renneff Garcia (KO Boxing) vs. D'Marco Rodgers (Dream Team
NOFE, 119 Pounds (Championship): Shea Auge (US Naval Academy) vs. Valerie Klebala (Unattached)
15-16, 132 Pounds: Jeffrey Salmon (Laurel Boxing) vs. Tristan Folley (Champions)
141 Pounds: Jacob Barats (Champions) vs. Archie Ellis (Elite)
141 Pounds: Evan Harker (Charm City) vs. Adrian Jonnson (US Naval Academy)
152 Pounds: Noel Takwa (Champions) vs. Christian Aparicio (Laurel)
152 Pounds: Desmond Nelson (UMAR) vs. Donyell Miller (Unattached)
152 Pounds: Shawn Jester (Neutral Corner) vs. Karon Parker (Unattached)
152 Pounds: Anthony Ford (Old School) vs. Kenneth Keech (Fight Factory)
165 Pounds: Stephen Quarles (Floyd's Gym) vs. Tremaine Fuller (Knowledge Boxing)
165 Pounds: Anthony Reed (UMAR) vs. Aaron Clingman (Urban Boxing)
123 Pounds: Brient Rodriguez (Champions) vs. Djon Brown (NOMIS)
123 Pounds: Kameron Ricks (Dream Team) vs. Yovani Morales (Odenton Boxing)
123 Pounds: Anthony Dominelli (Fight Factory) vs. Roemello Webster (NOMIS)
132 Pounds: Nyles Mason (Old School) vs. Sa'Quan Epps (NOMIS)
132 Pounds: Leon Jones (Langdon) vs. Elonte Kemp (Limelite)
141 Pounds: Devonte Alexander (Knowledge Boxing) vs. Francois Scarboro (Untouchables)
Monday, February 17, 2020
Tony Jeter and Christen Jeter of Jeter Promotions are presenting another Beltway Boxing card on Friday night, February 28th at the Live Casino Hotel in Hanover, Maryland.
Get your tickets today by clicking on the link below.
The main event features Laurel, MD super middleweight Demond "D'Best At It" Nicholson taking on Mike Guy of Sacramento, CA in a 10-round bout. The (22-3-1, 20 KO's) Nicholson will be making his third appearance at Live! Casino. In his previous bout Nicholson won an eight-round unanimous decision over Devaun Lee on October 18th. Guy (12-4-1, five KO's) will be trying to keep three-bout winning streak alive heading into this contest with Nicholson.
There will be two title bouts on this card. In a 10-round bout for the Maryland State Cruiserweight title as undefeated Greenbelt, MD's "Vanilla Gorilla" Sam Crossed (9-0, 5 KO's) will take on "Slick" Nick Kisner of Baltimore, MD. In a scheduled 8-round title bout will have Washington DC's Jordan "Shortdog" White and Ronaldo "Criminal" Solis of Cancun, Mexico fighting for the vacant WBC Youth Intercontinental Super Featherweight title.
There will also be other local area fighters featured on this card. Germantown, MD super featherweight Ebrima Jawara (3-1, one KO), Suitland, MD featherweight "The Ambitious One" Malik Loften (4-1, two KO's), Clinton, MD featherweight Jay Stancil, III (1-0), Arnold, MD super featherweight Blaze Fidler Hernandez (0-0-1), Owings Mills, MD lightweight Brandon "Brody" Chambers (2-0-1, one KO), Baltimore, MD super featherweight Ernest "Frost" Hall (3-1, one KO) and Cockeysville, MD super middleweight AJ "We Are" Williams (2-1, one KO).
Saturday, February 15, 2020
Here are the winners from the day one of the Washington, DC Golden Gloves tournament that took place at Rosecroft Raceway in Fort Washington, MD.
9-10 60lbs Sevin Casen (Mack Lewis) defeated Ahmir Brown (Sugar Ray) Championship Bout
11 65lbs Artice Ganzalez-High (Dream Team) 2020 CHAMPION
9 70lbs Keyon Puranda (Headbangrs) 2020 CHAMPION
8-9 75lbs Anthony Durrett Jr. (Limelite) defeated Terrell Cook (Oxon Hill) Championship Bout
13 88lbs Elijah Faunteroy (Dream TeaM) defeated Jalen Davis (Headbangers) Championship Bout
16 115lbs Antonio Jackson (Upton) defeated Jayden Wright (Hillcrest) Championship Bout
12-13 141lbs Javonte Berry (Time 2 Grind) defeated Melvin Pougove (Tony's Athletic Club) Championship Bout
15-16 123lbs Alan Tello (Champions Gym) defeated Cameron Johnson (Oxon Hill) Championship Bout
9-10 70lbs Nathaniel Brown (Sugar Ray) defeated Jack Giordano (Main Street Gym)
9-10 80lbs Kymani Davis (Untouchables) defeated Kyree' Gilbert (Headbangers)
14-15 132lbs Gabriel White (MVJ Athletics) defeated Tyson Melton Jr. (Unattached)
10-11 65lbs Steve Casteneda (Oxon Hill) defeated Carter Harris (Main Street Gym)
123lbs Te'von Wilson (Unattached) defeated Jeremaih Duckett (Last Round)
132lbs Yoseph Yilma (Limelite) defeated John Paredes (Old School Gym)
132lbs Kiayon Strawbridge (Dream Team) deafeated Jack Leyden (Floyd's Gym)
141lbs Aidan McNally (US Naval Academy) defeated William Alexis (Champion Gym)
141lbs Omar Mobley (Headbangers) defeated Corey Davidson (Dover Gym)
165lbs Kenneth Blauchard (Unattached) defeated Jeff Lorzo (MVL Athletics)
165lbs Stefan Simmons (Upton) defeated Daniel Hawkins (Unattached)
The second day of the preliminary bouts will continue next Saturday, February 22nd, 7:30 PM at Rosecroft Raceway.
The preliminary bouts will start on Saturday, February 15, 2020.
Competition will continue on Saturday, February 22nd and 29th.
The Semi-Finals of the preliminaries will start on Saturday, March 7, Friday the 13th and Saturday the 21st.
The preliminary bouts start at 7:30pm and the cost will be $20 general admission.
The Championship Finals will be Saturday, April 4, 2020 at 7:30pm.
The Regional Championship will be on April 18, 2020.
The Washington D.C./ Maryland/ Delaware Champions vs. Virginia/ North Carolina Champions. These bout will also start at 7:30pm at Rosecroft Raceway in Fort Washington, Maryland.
For ticket information and sponsorship call (301)843-6165.
Thursday, February 13, 2020
Sunday, February 9, 2020
Here are the results from the Old School Boxing Promotions card that took place last night at Tyson's Playground in Vienna, VA.
(Photos by Daniel Cork)
This is the report from ringside photographer Daniel Cork.
In the main event, Dusty Hernandez Harrison over Les Sherrington relatively early in round 2 (not time was announced). Sherrington had been down once in round 1, and fight was stopped after the second knockdown of round 2. The one “clubbing” shot in there is the first knockdown or round 2; the other two were body-blocked from my angle.
Steven Lopez upsetting the debuting Robert Shackleford by majority decision, 2x 39-37 and 38-38. Really good fight, Lopez just consistently busier throughout.
Nathaniel Davis by majority decision, 38-38 and 40-36 twice over Varon Moe Webb. Really solid fight.
Ian Cokley won a majority decision over Leo Alcantara, in what was announced (somehow) as a “unanimous decision” with scores 38-37, 38-37, and 38-38. Cokley was down in round 2.
Dante Cox by stoppage over Christopher Johnson, 0:42 of round 3. Good back-and-forth in the first couple of rounds, but Cox wore down Johnson in the 3rd.
Mike Balogun stopping Adnan Buharalija at the end of round 1. After the 10-second warning, the two followed through on an exchange, Buharalija stooped downwards. So, Balogun did clearly seem to hit him on the back of the head.
Mazium Akdeniz stopping Elliot Brown at 2:02 of round 1.
Akeem Jackson by stoppage at 2:04 of round 4, Anthony Dave having been down twice, once in the 3rd and again in the 4th.
Gary Russell Jr. defeated Tugstsogt Nyambayar by twelve-round unanimous decision in the main event Saturday night at the PPL Center, in Allentown, Penn.
Russell won by the scores of 118-110, 117-111 and 116-112.
Russell's conditioning, speed and experience was the winning factor in this fight. Nyambayar was never hurt by Russell at any moment during this championship bout, but his lack of experience didn't allow him to adjust his game plan.
“We put the work in every day in the gym,” said Russell. “I’m a perfectionist. We knew we had a very tough opponent and I knew he was going to bring his physical best. He had everything to gain and nothing to lose. We just focused and showed I’m one of the longest reigning champions for a reason.
“The difference was ring generalship, hand speed and boxing IQ. He only had 11 pro fights, of course he was an Olympic silver medalist, but he only had those 11 pro fights. I’ve had over 30 and I think my experience was enough to overcome and win this fight.”
“It wasn’t my night,” said Nyambayar. “He was the better man tonight. I didn’t do my work the way I was supposed to. He is a great champion who fought a great fight. I made a mistake by waiting for him during the fight. I’d love the rematch if I can get it.”
This could be the last title defense for WBC 126-lb champion Russell Jr. (31-1, 18 KOs) as he looks to move up in weight classes to compete with fighters such as Leo Santa Cruz, Gervonta Davis and even a grudge match with Vasyl Lomachenko. Russell definitely has very good hand speed but it's his punching power that would be questioned at the 130 and135 pound weight divisions.