Saturday, November 16, 2019

Undercard Results From The Shabazz Brotherz Card In Glen Burnie, MD!

Here are the results from the Shabazz Brotherz Card Saturday night at the La Fontaine Bleue in Glen Burnie, MD.

(Photos courtesy of Daniel Cork)

In the opening bout Shinard Bunch of Trenton, NJ defeated Alberto Delgado of Roanoke, VA by first-round TKO in a scheduled four rounder.

Bunch and Delgado look to has a good start as they felt each other out. Bunch used his jab well to set up a great combination that ended with a hard left hand to drop Delgado to the canvas. Delgado beat the eight count from referee Kenny Chevalier as the bell rung. Apparently the bell was to stop the contest as Dr. Robert Davidson waived the bout off at 2:06 of the first-round.

Bunch improves to (4-1, 4 KO's) while Delgado falls to (1-9-4, 1 KO).

In a four-round middleweight bout Odenton, MD's Maurice Winslow III defeated Dewayne Williams of Philadelphia, PA by unanimous decision. 

Winslow used the opening round to worked the inside without using a jab as Williams used his jab to setup a straight right hand to send Winslow down for an eight count. In the second-round both fighting were very aggressive while throwing wild shots that were missing. One of those missed shots sent Williams falling through the ropes, almost completely out the ring. As the round ended a point was taken away from Williams for unsportsmanlike conduct. Winslow turned up his offense in the third round by landing some good bodyshots. Early in the final round referee Dave Braslow took another point from Williams for holding. All three judges scored the contest the same at 38-35.

Winslow improves to (3-1, 2 KO's) while Williams falls to (1-2, 1 KO).

In the third bout on the card it was the debuting Brian Avelar out of Germantown, MD defeated equally debuting LeQuan Jones of Philadelphia, PA by unanimous decision.

Avelar was the more aggressive fighter as he was landing the harder shots throughout every round. Even with the absence of a jab Avelar was able to score with the right hand. Jones tried to counter off of Avelar's shots, but wasn't successful as Avelar's pressure was too strong. All three judges soced the bout the same 40-36. 

Brian Avelar starts his professional career off at (1-0) while Jones starts at (0-1).

In the only female bout on the card "Lady Tyson" Destiny Day-Owens won by four-round unanimous decision against Dasha "Champ Queen" Ragland of Harrisburg, PA.

Owens made several attempts to land her right hand in the first and second rounds on Ragland. It was until the third-round where Owen started to faint her jab and land the overhand right with more success. In the final round Ragland finally was able land a couple of good counter right hands on Owens, but it was too late in the contest for Ragland. Owens won on all three judges score cards 40-36.

Owens improves to (2-0) while Ragland falls to (0-2). 

The youngest Avelar brother, Wilfredo Avelar of Germantown, Maryland defeated Zaymar Brothers of Philadelphia, PA by four-round unanimous decision.

Wilfred Avelar , did a good job using his jab to work his way inside the guard of Brothers to do some good bodywork. Brothers was on the defensive during this entire contest. Avelar took advantage of every opportunity when Brothers was fighting going backwards. Avelar started to double up his jab to land solid right hands to the head of Brothers. 

Wilfred Avelar, just like his brother Brian starts his professional career off at (1-0) as Brothers falls to (0-2). 

Here Are The Bouts Scheduled On The Shabazz Brotherz Card Tonight In Glen Burnie, MD!

Tonight from the La Fontaine Bleue in Glen Burnie, MD, Shabazz Brotherz will host the "BET ON YOURSELF" professional boxing card featuring lots of hometown Beltway Boxers. 

In the main event Lorenzo "Truck" Simpson will battle  the tough Delvecchio Savage of Tuscaloosa, AL in a six-round super middleweight contest.

Leading up to that bout "The Silent Assassin" Muhsin Cason will be in a six-round cruiserweight co-feature bout against Montez Brown of Virginia Beach, VA.  

Here is the remainder of the card.

4-round Middleweight 
Maurice Winslow III  vs. Dewayne Williams

4-round super Lightweight 
Destiny Day-Owens vs. Dasha Ragland 

4-round Welterweight 
Brian Avelar vs. Laquan Jones

4-round Junior Welterweight 
Wilfredo Avelar vs. Zaymar Brothers 

4-round Welterweight 
Shinard Bunch vs. Alberto Delgado 

The card is scheduled to get underway at 5 PM ET.

Friday, November 15, 2019

Weights Are In From Baltimore!

Here are the weights for the Shabazz Brotherz card tomorrow night, November 16th at the La Fontaine Bleue in Glen Burnie, MD. 

(Photos by Daniel Cork)

Lorenzo Simpson 158.2 vs. Delvecchio Savage 153.8

Montez Brown 195.6 vs. Muhsin Cason 195.2

Maurice Winslow III 159.4 vs. Dewayne Williams 159

Destiny Day-Owens 146 vs. Dasha Ragland 144.6

Brian Avelar 151.2 vs. Laquan Jones 148

Zaymar Brothers 144 vs. Wilfredo Avelar 139

Shinard Bunch 148.8 vs. Alberto Delgado 151.6

Saturday, November 9, 2019

Jamel Herring Remains Champion With Win Over Lamont Roach Jr.!

(Photo by Mikey Williams/Top Rank)

On the Top Rank on ESPN+ card at Chukchansi Park in Fresno, California Jamel Herring successfully defended his WBO junior lightweight world title by unanimous decision over Lamont Roach Jr.. 

In the opening round both Herring and Roach Jr. spent the majority of their time in the center of the ring. It was a good round where the fighters tested each other with jabs and body shots. The fighters tangled feet causing Herring to fall to the canvas in the second round because of his southpaw style while Roach being the conventional orthodox fighter. For the next couple of rounds both guys spent a lot of time trying to counter each other. It was Herring who did the most bodywork to open up more opportunities to land his jab. Roach Jr. did not have the punch output to match what Herring was putting out in the middle rounds, but he did land some scoring shots. Herring looked in complete control of the bout while Roach Jr. had to take more risks to put himself back into the contest. In the opening of the eighth round Roach Jr. became more aggressive by letting his hands go. Roach Jr. started stepping inside to land hooks and uppercuts. Herring did a good job of keeping his composure to continue landing his jab. In the ninth round Roach Jr. was more of a defensive fighter as Herring kept his jab working along with a few counter right hooks. In the eleventh round Roach Jr. landed a hard hook early to get Herrings attention, and another right hook that staggered Herring at the end of the round. In the final round Roach Jr. kept up the pressure as he tried to land more big shots while Herring avoided those shots with good defense. The judges scored the contest 115-113, and 117-111 twice all for Herring.

Herring remains champion with a record of (21-2, 10 KO's) while Lamont Roach Jr. suffers his first defeat and is now (19-1-1, 7 KO's).

Friday, November 8, 2019

Herring vs. Roach Jr. Set, Weigh-in Complete!

WBO super featherweight junior lightweight title

Jamel Herring 129.8 vs. Lamont Roach Jr 129

(Photos by Tom Hogan – Hoganphotos/Golden Boy Promotions)

Herring scheduled to make the first defense of his WBO junior lightweight world title against Lamont Roach Jr. Saturday evening (10 p.m. ET, ESPN+) at Chukchansi Park in Fresno CA. 

Kubrat Pulev, 248.4 vs. Rydell Booker, 248.2—10 rds, heavyweight

In the 10-round co-feature, IBF No. 1 heavyweight contender Kubrat Pulev (27-1, 14 KOs) will face veteran Rydell Booker (26-2, 13 KOs).

ESPN+ at 10 p.m. ET

Gabriel Flores Jr., 133.4 vs. Aelio Mesquita, 133.6 —8 rds, lightweight

David Kaminsky, 162.2 vs. Travis Jerig, 162—6 rds, middleweight

Janibek Alimkhanuly, 159.8 vs. Albert Onolunose, 158.2—10 rds, middleweight

Robeisy Ramirez, 124.8 vs. Fernand Ibarra, 122.4—6 rds, featherweight

Esquiva Falcao, 160.8 vs. Manny Woods, 161.4—10 rds, middleweight

Amir Imam, 144 vs. Marcos Mojica, 143—8 rds, welteweight

ESPN+at 6:30 p.m. ET

Thursday, November 7, 2019

Jamel Herring vs. Lamont Roach Jr. Card Headlines Veteran's Day Weekend!

On Saturday November 9 in the main event of a Top Rank on ESPN+ card at Chukchansi Park in Fresno, California, WBO junior lightweight world titleholder Jamel Herring faces Lamont Roach Jr..

The 34 year old Herring (20-2, 10 KOs), 34, won the title win he defeated Masayuki Ito by unanimous decision in May. This will be the first defense of the belt for Herring. Herring loss to Ladarius Miller in August 2017, but has won four fights in a row, including his a unanimous decision over Adeilson Dos Santos in December 2018 also the title win over Ito.

Lamont Roach Jr. (19-0-1, 7 KOs), 24, started fought his way through 16 victories in a row until he battled Orlando Cruz to a split draw in April 2018 in Cruz's hometown of San Juan, Puerto Rico. Roach stepped  up the pace by has winning three consecutive fights, including a defeating Jonathan Oquendo by unanimous decision on the Canelo Alvarez-Daniel Jacobs undercard last May in Las Vegas.

The undercard will air at 6:30 p.m. ET, ESPN+ and the main card will air soon after starting at 10 p.m. ET.

Video courtesy of Top Rank Boxing. 

Sunday, November 3, 2019

Great Night For Beltway Boxers On Card At The MGM National Harbor!

Here are the results of the PBC on Fox undercard promoted by TGB Promotions at the MGM National Harbor in Oxon Hill, MD. 

(Photos by Stephanie Trapp/TGB Promotions)

In the opening bout of the card Tyrek "I.G.B." Irby of Landover, MD remains undefeated with a eight-round unanimous decision win over Joaquin Chavez of Las Angeles, CA.

Irby made good use of his left hook by sending Chavez down early in the first and second rounds. Chavez battled his way back into the fight after his early visits to the canvas by landing some good jabs and hooks of his own. Irby started to the go to the body of Chavez, but a few of those were low. He was warned by referee Bill Clancy without any points being taken away. Irby returned to using his jab and hooks to finish the bout. The judges scored it 78-72 and 79-73 twice for Irby. Tyrek Irbys now (9-0, 3 KO's) while Joaquin Chavez fall to (9-19-4, 2 KO's).

In a scheduled eight-round super lightweight contest Patrick "YG Pat" Harris of Hyattsville, MD scored a TKO over Brazil's Joaquim Carneiro.

Harris completely dominated Carneiro from start to finish of the contest. Harris put multiple combinations together throughout the bout. He definitely was the fast of the men. The speed Harris put along with some hard body shots made it even worse on Carneiro. Referee Kenny Chevalier put a stop to the contest at 25 seconds of the sixth-round. Harris remains undefeated at (18-0, 9 KO's) while Carneiro falls to (25-12, 23 KO's).

In a eight-round lightweight Dravontay "Speed" Rawls of Glenarden, Maryland won by Newark, New Jersey's Wanzell Ellison.

This contest seemed to look pretty even as both Rawls and Ellison battled throughout each round. Rawls applied pressure as he backed Ellison up and Ellison put together some of his own offense to pressure Rawls. In round four Ellison was trying to land some shots to the body of Rawls, but he went below the belt sending Rawls to the canvas in pain. Referee Bill Clancy gave Rawls the time he needed to recover before continuing the round. In the remainder of the rounds Rawls had the better offense and did a better job coming forward. Ellison was trying to stay create more offense as he countered Rawls at times. Rawls must have known he had most of the rounds in the bags as he started to move around the ring to close the bout. All three judges scored the contest the same at 79-72 for Rawls. Rawls improves to (13-1-1, 8 KOs) while Ellison gets the second defeat and falls to (11-2-1, 5 KO's).

Shyngyskhan Tazhibay of Washington, DC. by way of Kazakhstan won a four-round unanimous decision over Nicolas Atilio Velasquez of Buenos Aires, Argentina.  

In this junior welterweight bout that was shown on the FS2  telecast, Tazhibay used his jab to work his way inside the guard of Valasquez to put together some good bodywork. Valasquez was very aggressive in all four rounds of this contest, but he was continuously warned for holding. Tazhibay stayed with his game plan by using his jab and going to the body. In the third-round Velasquez suffered a cut on the right eye but not sure if it was from a punch or accidental headbutt. In the final round Tahzibay kept coming forward throwing shots until Velasquez held until the bell sounded. All three judges saw the bout the same at 40-36 for Tazhibay. Shyngyskhan Tazhihbay remains undefeated at (9-0, 2 KO's) while Velasquez falls to (11-7, 3 KO's).