Saturday, July 29, 2017

Results From The Amateur Show In Oxon Hill, Maryland!

AGE 8-9 
WEIGHT 60-65
Elijah Boggs (Norfolk) defeated Payton Davis (Oxon Hill)
Taj Brown (No Xcuse) defeated Assan Jenkins (Old School)
Kariee Kelly (Keystone) defeated Jermain Peterson (G-Up Nation)
Brandon Chestnut (No Xcuse) defeated Reyshawn Johnson (Norfolk)

WEIGHT 80-85
Khaul Robinson (Keystone) defeated Anthony Gilbert (Oxon Hill)

AGE 10
WEIGHT 60-65
Saleem Rafie (ABC) defeated Samari Everette (Upton)

WEIGHT 70-75
Adam Dinkins (Tony's) defeated Antoine Lewis (Time 2 Grind)
Darius Yarbrough (Unattached) defeated Andre Simmons (No Xcuse)
Rashad Robinson (No Xcuse) defeated Simon Davis (ABC)

AGE 10-12
Rhonin Swensen (ABC) defeated Jermone Harrington (Norfolk)

AGE 10
Payton Nelson (Oxon Hill) defeated Toby Best (Triple Threat)

AGE 10-11
WEIGHT 75-80
Nieem Somerville (Upton) defeated Mekai Ali (Level Up)

AGE 11
Effren Rodriguez (Norfolk) defeated Paquette Deshazler (SugarRayLeonard)

AGE 11-12
WEIGHT 75-80
Joseph Sinkfield (No Xcuse) defeated Thaishan Jenkins (Old School) 

WEIGHT 80-85
Kamarley Thompson (Richmond) defeated Samire Rafie (ABC)

AGE 11-12
WEIGHT 85-90
Karden Chatman (No Xcuse) defeated Zyir Baskerville (Richmond)
Taimal Hinton (Odenton) defeated Shane Wright (Keystone)

Joshua Briggs (Oxon Hill) defeated Taj Ellison (Upton)

AGE 12
Kalique Harrison (Warriors) defeated Tommy Cole (Upton)

AGE 12-13
WEIGHT 90-95
Jordan Trotter (Sailury) defeated Ramar Sebastian (Richmond)
Cuttino Oliver (Upton) defeated Mehki Phillips (Keystone)

AGE 16
Tyron Harris (Norfolk) defeated Robert Shackelford (Old School)

AGE 16-17
WEIGHT 119-125
Carlos Ramierz (Keystone) defeated John Parades (Old School)

AGE 18-19
WEIGHT 152-155
Anwar Wingate (Keystone) defeated Storm Summers (Norfolk)

Weight 115-119
Roya Darvishian (No Xcuse) defeated Jada Davis (Norfolk)

WEIGHT 132-135
Preston Gatling (Enigma) defeated Nyles Mason (Old School)

WEIGHT 145-150
Trayon Wells defeated Antwan Farrow

WEIGHT 165-168
Terryan Rogers (Richmond) defeated Erin Powell (Norfolk)

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Alantez Fox Dominates In The Dominican Republic!

Congratulations to Alantez SlyAza Fox for improving his record to (23-0-1, 11 KO's) when he defeated Euri Gonzalez of Hollywood, Florida at the Jaragua Renaissance Hotel and Casino in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. Fox dominated the veteran Euri "Milion" Gonzalez for four complete rounds and Gonzalez didn't answer the bell for round five.

(Photo courtesy of Team Fox)

Jarrett Hurd vs Austin Trout Set For September 30!

IBF World junior middleweight champion Swift Jarrett Hurd will be defending his title for the first time against former WBA 154lb champion Austin Trout (30-3, 17 KOs) on September 30.

Hurd (20-0, 14 KOs) beat Tony Harrison by a 9th round knockout on February 25 to claim the vacant IBF World 154lb title at the Legacy Arena in Birmingham, Alabama.

Trout’s last fight took place just over a year ago when he lost a 12 round unanimous decision to Jermall Charlo. Trout gave Charlo a lot of problems going into the second half of that bout to make it a close and very competitive fight.

Monday, July 24, 2017

Gervonta Davis Scheduled To Be Co-Feature oN Mayweather vs McGregor!

Baltimore Maryland's junior lightweight world champion Gervonta Davis has already started training camp for his upcoming title defense which appears to be the co-feature that looks to be the biggest pay-per-view of all time.

Davis is scheduled to defend his title as the co-feature on Floyd Mayweather vs. Conor McGregor mega fight taking place at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on August 26. Davis won the IBF title back in January after he defeated previously unbeaten former champion Jose Pedraza. An opponent has not yet beenset for the fight.

It has been talked about for a while now that Davis, who is a Mayweather Promotions fighter, would be a part of the pay-per-view card since Mayweather vs. McGregor was announced just weeks after Davis retained his title with a TKO win over Liam Walsh. 

According to Mayweather Promotions CEO Leonard Ellerbe, the full card will be announced soon.