Demond "DBestAtIt" Nicholson of Laurel, MD continues to show that he is the same fighter the Beltway Boxing fans are use to seeing. The hard hitting middleweight landed some hard body shots on his opponent Edgar Perez of Arecibo, Puerto Rico. Nicholson sent Perez to the canvas twice in the second round to end the contest. Nicholson gets the TKO victory at 1:05 of round 2. Demond "DBestAtIt" Nicholson improves his continuous knockout streak with a record of 12-1 (12KO's) while Perez falls to 6-13, (3KO's).
The first of the female championship bouts started with "The Bolivian Queen" Jennifer Salinas. Salinas of Manassas, VA showed no signs of a long layoff from the ring with the dominating performance she put on last night at Martins West against her opponent Angel Gladney of Columbia, SC. Salinas came out with accurate offense and swift moving defense. She was landing from all angles upstairs and downstairs on Gladney in the ten round championship bout. Salinas captured the Universal Boxing Federation (UBF) Women's Super Featherweight Championship by unanimous decision over Angel Gladney with the scores of 99-91 twice and 98-92.
Salinas is now 16-3, (4KO's) as Gladney falls to 8-11-1, (6KO's).
Another Beltway Boxer and female champion, Tyrieshia "Lady Tyga" Douglas is definitely making a statement in women's boxing in the flyweight division. Douglas faced the said to be tough opponent Maria Suarez of Santa Maria, CA. Maria came into this bout with a history of fighting tough opponents and winning, but Douglas just proved that her speed was too much for Suarez. Douglas was landing punches with her quick hand speed and avoiding getting hit with her great foot movement. This bout was scheduled as a ten round championship contest, but Douglas finished the bout by knocking Suarez to the canvas in the eighth round to end the fight by TKO.
Douglas wins the UBF Flyweight title and improves her record to 9-0,
(4KO's). Maria Suarez drops to 9-2-1.
In the main event of the night Tori "Sho Nuff" Nelson continues to stay on top of women's boxing. The Ashburn, VA and Beltway Boxing native Tori "Sho Nuff" Nelson faced Kita "Ready-Made" Watkins of Fort Worth, TX in a ten round UBF championship bout. In this bout both fighters were battling toe to toe, but Nelson got the best of the exchange by sending Watkins down to the canvas in the second round.
Tori Nelson: "She can take a punch. She has a chin and she came to fight. She stayed in the pocket with me...she came to fight! That's what I like. I didn't have to chase her. I'm glad I trained like I did because if not I would have slept on her because of her record and that's what I don't do".
Tori "Sho Nuff" Nelson hasn't lost a single round in her last three bouts. She wins this bout by unanimous decision with all three judges giving her scores of 100-89.
Nelson improves her record to 14-0-3, (1KO).