Sunday, December 9, 2018

More Results From Shabazz Brotherz Card In Bowie, MD!

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Bowie, MD cruiserweight Luther "Lights Out" Smith got a six-round split decision win against Joshua Temple of St. Louis, MO. Smith is now (11-4, 10 KO's) while Temple falls to (7-2, 6 KO's).


Baltimore, MD heavyweight Hasim "Gold Blooded" Rahman, Jr. won by four-round unanimous decision against veteran Damion Reed of Danville, VA. Rahman Jr. improves to (7-0, 4 KO's) and Reed is now (3-20-1, 1 KO).


Keith "The Bounty" Hunter, an undefeated welterweight from Las Vegas, NV scored a first-round knockout at 2:22 against Siddharth Ravindra Varma of Pune, India. Hunter record improves to (8-0, 7 KO's) while Varma is now (5-4-1, 1 KO).


Brooklyn, NY middleweight Omar Kabary Salem won by six-round majority decision against Jonathan Garcia of Aguada, Puerto Rico. Salem remains undefeated at (7-0, 3 KO's) while Garcia is now (4-19-1, 1 KO).

"The Dark Menace" Tiara Brown Stops Former World Champion Dahiana Santana!

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Lou DiBella female featherweight "The Dark Menace" Tiara Brown got the TKO over former world champion Dahiana Santana on the Shabazz Brotherz Boxing card Saturday night, December 8 at the A.C. Jordan Arena on the campus of Bowie State University. 

Brown look more than outstanding as she dominated the former champion from start to finish. Brown was relaxed as she slipped side to side dodging any shots Santana tried to land. Brown used a good jab to slide inside to land body shots on Santana. The defense of Brown worked great as she blocked shots and counted with her own. Towards the closing of the second-round Brown put together some good combinations. Santana was a little more defensive minded in the third-round, but Brown turned up the action by pumping her jab to set up more combinations that started to hurt Santana. In round four Santana showed that she was hurt and started to hold on throughout the round causing referee Kenny Chevalier to take a point away. Brown pressed forward to land more shots as the round ended. Santana had enough and did not answer the bell to start the fifth-round. Chevalier waved the bout off and it goes into the record book as a TKO for Brown.

Tiara Brown remains perfect at (7-0, 5 KO's) while the former champion, Santana falls to (36-11, 15 KO's).

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Mykal "The Professor" Fox Closes Out 2018 With A Knockout!

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On Saturday night Forestville, Md welterweight Mykal "The Professor" Fox scored a TKO victory over Gonzalo Dallera of Ciudadela, Buenos Aires, Argentina at the  A.C. Jordan Arena on the campus of Bowie State University.

The Kings Promotions fighter, Mykal Fox looked like a fighter who is ready to climb the ladder to the next stage of his promising career. After a very solid unanimous decision performance against former world title holder DeMarcus "Chop Chop" Corley on August 18th in Hanover, MD, Fox looked even sharper in this bout with Dallera. Dallera came into this contest without a loss, but Fox wasn't phased by the undefeated record. Fox stayed tall and rangy as he popped his jab into the face of Dallera. Dallera tried to land some looping shots, but Fox showed some good movement to avoid getting hit. As Dallera wanted to get close he had a habit of dropping his head, and that was a mistake Fox noticed. Dallera tried to come inside again that's when Fox landed a straight left to drop Dallera for the eight count. In the next round Dallera still tried to be aggressive, but the footwork Fox used changed the angles causing Dallera to look wild. Fox used his jab to set up combinations that landed continuously, and hurting Dallera forcing referee David Braslow to stop the bout at 2:21 of round two.

Fox is now Fox (19-0, 5 KO's) as he give Dallera his first loss and now has a record of (5-1, 4 KO's).

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Successful Professional Debut For Lorenzo "Truck" Simpson!

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In the exciting build up of Baltimore, MD's Lorenzo Simpson professional debut on the Shabazz Brotherz card inside the  A.C. Jordan Arena on the campus of Bowie State University, he pleased the crowd with a first round TKO victory over Deandre West of Winston-Salem, NC. 

Known for his outstanding accomplishments as a decorated amateur, Simpson (18) took that same intensity into his first fight as a professional. Simpson proved to have power as he landed hard shots from the sound of the opening bell. Referee Kenny Chevalier noticed that Simpson's shots to the body and head of West was just too much and stopped the bout at 1:26 of the first-round.

Simpson starts his career off at (1-0, 1 KO) while West is now (0-3).

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Greg Outlaw Wins Defeats Mack Allison IV At Bowie State University!

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In the co-feature of the Shabazz Brotherz Card inside the A.C. Jordan Arena on the campus of Bowie State University, Greg "Sharp Shooter" Outlaw won by unanimous decision over Baltimore, MD's Mack Allison IV.

Outlaw out boxed Allison in every round of this six-round contest. The jab was the key component for Outlaw. He was able to get off his shots first to keep Allison from being aggressive. Allison wasn't throwing as many punches as he should have been to win rounds. Every time Allison stepped in he was met with a clean jab from Outlaw. Allison had his game face on, but he wasn't producing the work he should have been putting out. Outlaw's punch output was rising as the fight went into the later rounds. All three judges scored the bout at 60-54 for Outlaw.

Greg Out improves to (7-0, 2 KO's) while Allison suffers his second loss and now is (8-2-1, 7 KO's).

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Demond Nicholson Defends WBC USNBC Super Middleweight Title By Early Knockout!

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Laurel, MD's Demond "D'BestAtIt" Nicholson defeated veteran Fernando "El Huracan" Castaneda of Aquascalientes, Mexico by second-round knockout to retain his WBC USNBC Super Middleweight title on the Shabazz Brotherz boxing card that took place Saturday, December 8 at the A.C. Jordan Arena on the campus of Bowie State University.

Nicholson used a good jab to stay in the face of Castaneda causing him to keep a high guard. Once Nicholson saw the effectiveness of the jab he started to land shots to the body as well.  Nicholson continues to show more boxing skills as he goes into each of his fights. He put together some good head and body combinations in the second-round. It was a hard right uppercut that landed to send Castaneda flat on his back and caused referee Kenny Chavalier to wave the contest off at 2:10 of round two.

Nicholson is now (20-3-1, 19 KO's) as Castaneda falls to (26-13, 17 KO's).

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Friday, December 7, 2018

Travis "Holy" Toledo Adds Another Knockout To His Undefeated Record!

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Ahead of the scheduled Beltway Boxing area card in Bowie, MD tomorrow night, light heavyweight Travis "Holy" Toledo out of  Baltimore, MD defeated Ronnie Lawrence of Pottstown, PA by knockout tonight at the 2300 Arena in Philadelphia, PA. It's been reported that Toledo knocked Lawrence down twice in the first-round to get the bout stopped at 2:30.

Toledo improves to (4-0, 3 KO' while Ronnie Lawrence falls to (0-3).