Saturday, April 7, 2012

New PVA President

                                                                         
The Potomac Valley Association has a new president. Ron Simms was voted in as the new president of amateur boxing in the PVA area. The PVA is known for amateur boxing in the DC and Prince Georges County locations. The voting took place today and Simms got the majority of the votes.

Friday, April 6, 2012

Clash between James Toney and Bobby Gunn at the weigh-ins.

                                                                                 
At the Fitz Casino and Hotel in Tunica, Mississippi James "Lights Out" Toney and Bobby "The Celtic Warrior" Gunn had to be pulled away from each other because it got to heated for both fighters.
The Commissioner had to threaten the fighters with fines in order to settle things down.
                                                         
Click the link below to see part of the video's heated clash:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b9FSF5panGs&feature=youtu.be

Prize Fight Promotions Bout Card and Weights

                                                                   Toney vs Gunn
Bout #1
Chris Henry (195lbs.) vs Marvin Hunt (198lbs.)
Bout #2
Joey Bryant (137lbs.) vs Steven Cox (136lbs.)
Bout #3
Patrick Majewski (?) vs Antwun Echols (163lbs.)
Bout #4
Marlon Lewis (137lbs.) vs David Green (136lbs.)
Bout #5
Dusty Hernandez Harrison (153lbs.) vs Anthony Bowman (152lbs.)
Bout #6
Dedrick Bell (137lbs.) vs Blake Franklin (140lbs.)
Bout #7
Brandon Harder (160lbs.) vs Willie Bryant (156lbs.)
Bout #8
Bobby Bryant (154lbs.) vs Justin Flanagan (153lbs.)
Main Event
James Toney (248lbs.) vs Bobby Gunn (210lbs.)












Harrison vs Bowman Face off

                                                                     
Friday night April 6, 2012 at the weight-ins located at the Fitz Casino and Hotel in Tunica Mississippi Dusty Harrison (153lbs) and his opponent Anthony Bowman (152lbs) faced off after weighing in. Harrison is in good shape and will be fighting at the heaviest weight ever in his career as a boxer. He carries the weight well and it looks like the weight doesn't slow him down at all. Tomorrow night Harrison and Bowman will be the 5th fight on a card of 9 bouts.



                                                                               

Team Dusty Travels to Memphis


                                                         
This morning Team Dusty  headed to the airport to make their flight to Memphis. On Saturday April 7, 2012 Dusty Harrison will be facing Anthony Bowman. This will make the 5th fight of his career and the third fight for Harrison in Memphis. From Harrison's first fight here in Memphis he seemed to have created a pretty good fan base but nothing like it is back home in DC. Dusty will be back home Sunday April 8th and will be preparing for his 6th fight on the Keystone Promotions card at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center on May 12, 2012.

Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Prize Fight Promotions April 7th Fight Card

Saturday 7 April 2012


Landers Center, Southaven, Mississippi, United States
commission: Mississippi Athletic Commission
promoters: Brian Young (Prize Fight Promotions, LLC) / Greg Cohen (Greg Cohen Promotions)
matchmaker: Nate Yoder
tickets: (800) 745-3000
12 heavyweight James Toney 73(44)-7-3

SC Bobby Gunn 21(18)-4(3)-1

vacant International Boxing Association heavyweight title
bout subject to change & commission approval

8 light middleweight Bobby Bryant 14(9)-0-0

SC Justin Flanagan 9(5)-2(1)-0

bout subject to change & commission approval

4 lightweight Joey Bryant 2(2)-0-0

SC Steven Cox 2(1)-4(3)-0

bout subject to change & commission approval

4 cruiserweight Codie Shuffield 2(1)-0-0

SC Tyler King 2(2)-0-0

bout subject to change & commission approval

4 welterweight Dusty Harrison 4(2)-0-0

SC Anthony Bowman 9(2)-39(15)-2

bout subject to change & commission approval

4 light heavyweight Brandon Harder debut
SC Willie Bryant 0-2(1)-1

bout subject to change & commission approval

4 light welterweight Marlon Lewis 6(3)-2-1

SC Kelvin Williams 1(1)-1-0

bout subject to change & commission approval

4 light heavyweight Steven Toombs debut
SC Cleo Rice III 0-4(4)-0

bout subject to change & commission approval

4 division Dedrick Bell 7(5)-12(2)-0

SC David Green 2(1)-9(3)-0 

Brandon Quarles looks for 9th Win

                                                                           
Since 2003 Brandon Quarles has been in the ring and working towards being a great fighter. As a amateur he had 70 fights and made the leap into the professional ranks in 2010. Popular trainer and manager George Peterson saw the talent that Brandon was working with and took him in as one of his fighters. The most popular fighter that George has is well known WBC Middleweight Champion Paul "The Punisher" Williams 41-2-(27KO's).  Brandon is a hard working fighter and family man. He lives in Alexandria, VA with his girlfriend and 2 children. Brandon also loves dogs. He makes a 45minute to 1 hour trip to train at the Club One Fitness Center in Millersville, Maryland. This is where Paul Williams works out also. George Peterson has been doing a  good job building up his fighter Brandon Quarles. It shows with Quarles having an 8-0 (2KO"s) record.  Brandon had a 8 month layoff before his last fight in February against Omar Sims. The layoff wasn't  the doing of Quarles but it was because the fights he was scheduled to have all fell through. On April 14,2012 they will be heading south to Wilson, NC to face 7-7-1 Rodney Green.  With a win in Wilson, NC Brandon will have a record of 9-0 and that will put him in the direction Peterson wants him to be headed in. Brandon says he has been training hard and is looking forward to his fight with Green. He also said he couldn't find any videos of Green so he could study but that wouldn't stop his game plan for the fight.



                                                                 

Sunday, April 1, 2012

Ortiz vs Berto II

video

Live on SHOWTIME



Trash Talkers of Boxing

Trash talking will always be a big part of boxing. It sales tickets and it intensifies the buildup of the fight. The trash talking always starts at the end of one fight when the fighter calls out his next opponent. Next it is at the the fighters workout session when he says how bad he is going to beat the opponent and then it ends at the press conference for the media when both fighters face off head to head.

Click the link below to see five of the top trash talkers
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rfdoH1kJfOY