Friday, November 22, 2013

Dusty Hernandez-Harrison Makes Short Work Of Lewis!

Dusty Hernandez-Harrison proved that Marlon Lewis was not ready for his level of competition. Harrison over powered Lewis with hard body shots that put him to the canvas three times in the first and only round of the bout. Referee Vick Dewysocki stopped the bout after the third knockdown at 2:20 giving Harrison the TKO victory. 

Harrison improves to 19-0, (11 KO's) and Lewis falls to 6-3-2, (3 KO's).

(Photos by Juan Marshall)

Alex Guerrero Remains Undefeated!

Alex Guerrero was in a tough six round bout with Galen Brown. Both fighters were back and forwards in the first three rounds, but Guerrero took control of the fight using his reach and landing solid jabs. In the fifth round Guerrero suffered a deep cut over his right eye from a accidental head butt. Even with the cut Guerrero kept control of the fight. The judges scored the bout 60-54, 58-56, and 59-55 giving Guerrero the unanimous decision victory.

Guerrero moves to 10-0-1, (5 KO's) while Galen "Bad Boy" Brown falls to 41-24-1, (24 KO's).

(Photos by Juan Marshall)

Live From Dover Downs Hotel And Casino For Friday Night Fights!

Tonight it will be two names for the Beltway Boxing area to look out for. First it will be undefeated Salisbury, MD cruiserweight Alex Guerrero (9-0-1, 5 KO"s) in six round contest against Galen "Bad Boy" Brown (41-23-1, 24 KO's) of St. Joseph, MO.

In a eight round co-feature on the card it will be Washington, DC's Dusty Hernandez-Harrison (18-0, 10 KO's) taking on Marlon "ML" Lewis (6-2-2, 3 KO's) of Memphis, TN. 

Photos along with the results will be posted at the end of the bouts.

WBC Title Defense At Club One Fitness in Millersville, MD February 1st!

On September 22, 2012 at Club One Fitness in Millersville, MD Tony Jeter won the vacant WBC Fecarbox Middleweight title against Tyrel Brown. Jeter defeated Brown with a 1:42 fifth round TKO victory. One month later on October 27, 2012 Jeter faced the fan favorite Jimmy Lange at the Patriot Center on the campus of George Mason University in Fairfax, VA. This was a scheduled ten round, non-title bout. In this bout Jeter put on maybe the best performance of his career. Jeter won the fight with a split decision, but his performance looked dominating. 

Tony Jeter's great showing in the Lange bout was over shadowed when he faced Jimmy LeBlanc at the Echo Stage Lounge in Washington, DC on June 8. 2013. In the scheduled ten round contest it was stopped at 1:08 into round one because of an "apparent" blow to the back of the head. LeBlanc was unable to continue, and the bout was called a No Contest. 

 Two months later on August 3. 2013 Jeter was ranked 15th in the world by the WBC and was facing Tyrel Brown for the second time in a ten round WBC title defense. Jeter bounced back with another solid performance at Club One Fitness when he stopped Brown once again. This time it was a TKO at 1:15 into the second round. 

(Photos by Juan Marshall)
Tony "MO BETTER" Jeter now 16-3-1, (11 KO's) has moved up three slots in the WBC rankings, and is now ranked #12 in the world by the WBC. He will be defending his title for the second time at Club One Fitness in Millersville, MD on February 1, 2014. The opponent is still TBA.
(Flyer by Ross Molovinsky)

Keystone Boxing Preparing For 50th Professional Fight Card!

Click on this link to see the history of Keystone Boxing.

The 50th show is Friday December 6, 2013 at the Rosecroft Raceway in Fort Washington, MD. 
For tickets and more information just go to

Keystone Boxing: 
(Youth vs Experience will be the storyline when "Swift" Jarrett Hurd (9-0, 5 KO's) takes on veteran warrior George "El Gallo" Armenta (14-10, 11 KO's) in an all-Maryland middleweight contest.)

Thursday, November 21, 2013

Three More Months Of Exciting Beltway Boxing!

(Flyer courtesy of Ross Molovinsky)

On Friday November 22 at the Dover Downs Hotel and Casino in Dover, Delaware Dusty Hernandez-Harrison, 18-0, (10 KO's) will be back in action against Marlon Lewis, 6-2-2, (3 KO's) of Memphis, Tennessee in a eight round non-title contest. This will be Harrison's third bout at the Dover Downs Casino. It was just a short three weeks ago when Harrison was crowned the new WBC Youth Welterweight champion of the world by defeating Josh "Pitbull" Torres in a 10 round unanimous decision contest on November 2nd. With a record of 18-0, (10 KO's) and winning the Youth title, Harrison is now ranked 21st by the WBC.

(Flyer courtesy of Hardwork Promotions)

Venroy July of Hardwok Promotions will be back at the Patapsco Arena in Baltimore, MD for the second time on November 23rd.  Click on link below to read more information about the card.

December 14, 2013 Fight Card.

January 25, 2014
At the DC Armory
Lamont Peterson VS Dierry Jean
(Photo by Juan Marshall)