Saturday, February 24, 2018

Weights From Atlantic City!

Two Beltway Boxers will be in Atlantic City tonight on the Rising Star Promotions card at the Showboat Hotel. 

Undefeated Baltimore, MD, Jr. Welterweight Jahmal Dyer 137lbs. will be in a four-round bout against Venderley Miranda 138lbs. Also Washington DC, cruiserweight Larry Pryor 185lbs was just added to the card for a eight-round bout against Alvin Varmall, Jr. 189lbs. 

The card is headlined by Thomas LaManna 146.3lbs. taking on Gabriel Bracero 145.3lbs. for the WBC Fecarbox Welterweight Championship. 

Full weigh-in results 

Thomas LaManna 146.3 - Gabriel Bracero 145.3
(WBC Fecarbox Welterweight Championship)

Mike Rashid 219.5 - Darius Taylor 211

Tommy Rainone 151.5 - Eduardo Flores 151.5

Ernesto Perez 151.5 - Steve Moore 151.3

Jahmal Dyer 137 - Venderley Miranda 138

Osnel Charles 139.9 - Laquan Lewis 140.5

Frederick Julan 183.5 - Edgar Perez 185

Donald Smith 129 - Andrew Bentley 127.8

Corey Weekley 157 - Robert Terry 159

Omar Kabary Salem 161.9 - Leon DeSheilds 160.9

Darren Goodall 173 - Thalik Taylor TBA

Alvin Varmall, Jr. 189 - Larry Pror 185

Promoter: Rising Star Promotions

Venue: The Showboat Hotel

1st Bell : 7 PM

Two Fighters Out of Maryland and Washington DC Wil Be On Wilder vs Ortiz Undercard!

Two Beltway Boxers on Wilder vs. Ortiz card March 3rd.

Article by Gary "Digital" Williams

Two Beltway Boxers have been added to the undercard of the DiBella Entertainment/TGB Promotions card on Saturday, March 3rd at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY.

Capitol Heights, MD super lightweight Antuanne Russell will make his first appearance of 2018 in a six-round bout against an opponent to be determined.  Russell, the 2017 Beltway Boxing Co-Rookie Of The Year, scored three first-round knockouts last year including a bout that was slated for six rounds.

Also on the card will be Washington, DC welterweight Shynggyskhan Tazhibay who will move up to the six-round plateau for the first time.  The native of Kazakhstan (5-0, two KO's) last fought on August 12th and won a four-round unanimous decision over Robert Hill at the Howard Theatre in DC.

The headline bouts on the card will be televised by Showtime.  Deontay Wilder defends the WBC Heavyweight championship in the main event.  Jermall Charlo battles Hugo Centeno, Jr. for the interim WBC Middleweight title and Andre Dirrell defends the interim IBF Super Middleweight championship in a rematch against Jose Uzcategui.  The two met on May 20th at the MGM National Harbor in Oxon Hill, MD where Uzcategui was disqualified for hitting Dirrell after the bell in the eighth round.  After the bout was over, Uzcategui was punched by one of Dirrell's handlers, Leon Lawson.  Lawson was suspended indefinitely by the state of Maryland.

Friday, February 23, 2018

Washington Golden Gloves Tournament Bout Sheet For Day Two!

Junior Division:

8-9, 65 Pounds (Championship): Assan Jenkins (Old School) vs. Makye Fenwick (Oxon Hill)

10-11, 65 Pounds (Championship): Brandon Chestnut (No Xcuse) vs. Pharahut Hamilton (Langston)

10, 70 Pounds (Championship): Asad Demus (Headbangers) vs. Saleem Rafaie (Oxon Hill)

10-11, 75 Pounds (Championship): Rashad Robinson (No Xcuse) vs. Casanova Lamons (Langdon)

11-12, 80 Pounds (Championship): Mekai Ali (Kenilworth) vs. Marcus Luther (Headbangers)

11-12, 85 Pounds: Sameer Rafaie (Oxon Hill) vs. Theaisaan Jenkins (Old School)

9-10, 90 Pounds:  James Fitzgerald (Baltimore Boxing) vs. Durell Black (Headbangers)

12-13, 90 Pounds (Championship): Jeremiah Jimason (Oxon Hill) vs. Kardan Chatman (No Xcuse)

15, 101 Pounds (Championship): (Jeisel Sanchez (1st Class) vs. Keith Burroughs (Oxon Hill)

15-16, 132 Pounds (Championship): Magnus Benz (Unattached) vs. Maximus Garland (Headbangers)

16, 140 Pounds: Philip Olukanni (Sugar Ray Leonard) vs. Ahmad Latier (Keystone)

15-16, 153 Pounds: Aziz Khudoyberdiev (Baltimore Boxing) vs. Anthony Ventura (Hagerstown)

Unopposed Champions:

10, 95 Pounds:  Isaiah Jackson (Sugar Ray Leonard)

12, 95 Pounds:  Christopher Hall (Dog Pound)

11, 101 Pounds: Joshua Briggs (Oxon Hill)

10, 106 Pounds: Tarvis Best (Oxon Hill)

Novice Division:  

132 Pounds:  Edward Rubio (Dog Pound) vs. Antwan Farrow (Headbangers)

141 Pounds:  Donavan Agrola (Hillcrest) vs. Tre'von Wells (Dream Team)

141 Pounds:  Nixon Sales (Hillcrest) vs. Dominic Fantauzzo (Champions)

152 Pounds: Stepon Jordon (Champions) vs. Quinton Stephens (Headbangers)

152 Pounds: Marcus Allen (Tony's Gym) vs. Anwar Wingate (Kenilworth)

152 Pounds:  Antonio Brothers (Knowledge) vs. Tavon Clark (Benning Park)

152 Pounds:  Nijia Anderson (Hagerstown) vs. Camillus Santiful (Kicked-Up)

165 Pounds:  Ibrahim Toure (MVJ Athletics) vs. Wesley Babbie (Hagerstown)

178 Pounds:  Joel Tchantchuiny (Urban Boxing) vs. Darryl Bagley (Cherry Lane)

201 Pounds:  Daryl Palmer (Raw Assassin) vs. Landon Green (Odenton)

Open Division:  

141 Pounds:  Stephen Epps (NOMIS) vs. Brandon Sandoval (Sugar Ray Leonard)

141 Pounds:  Jalen Jones (Limelite) vs. Christopher Robinson (Tony's Gym)

Thursday, February 22, 2018

Canelo vs. GGG Rematch Date is Set!

Lineal and Ring Magazine Middleweight World Champion Canelo Alvarez (49-1-2, 34 KOs) and WBC/WBA/IBF/IBO Middleweight World Champion Gennady "GGG" Golovkin (37-0-1, 33 KOs) will return to T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas for a highly anticipated rematch on Cinco de Mayo.

The first fight between the two world-class athletes sold out in only two weeks, and tickets will surely be in even higher demand as both fighters have promised they will not leave the rematch in the judges' hands. Canelo vs. GGG 2 will take place Saturday, May 5 and will be produced and distributed live by HBO Pay-Per-View beginning at a special time of 8:00 p.m. ET/5:00 p.m. PT.

"I am happy to return for the fourth time at T-Mobile Arena for this historic rematch against [Gennady] Golovkin," said Canelo. "I opened the doors of this place to the world of boxing, and it has become my favorite venue. This is where the fight started, and this is where I'll end it by doing what I and my fans most desire: knocking him out."

"It feels right that the rematch returns to the scene of the crime," said Golovkin. "This time there will be no drama with a decision. I won the first fight and left the ring as world champion wearing all the belts. And I am going to win the second fight. It is going to be a record fight and a golden night for me and boxing at T-Mobile Arena."

Chairman and CEO of Golden Boy Promotions, Oscar De La Hoya, said, "There is no better place to host the historic rematch between Canelo and Golovkin than T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. Las Vegas on a fight weekend during Cinco de Mayo is electric, and I know fans will travel from around the world to be here to participate in the celebratory atmosphere. Historic boxing matches like Canelo vs. GGG 2 belong in a place like Las Vegas, which offers fans the full and rich experience they are looking for on a big fight weekend."

"The last time they met in the ring, the tie went to the runner -- Canelo Alvarez," said
Tom Loeffler, promoter of Golovkin. "I think there is only one place to settle this dispute between the two best middleweights. The most appropriate place for the rematch is back at T-Mobile Arena. The venue was a sensational host to Team Golovkin and the fans were terrific. We'll see if T-Mobile Arena remains Canelo's favorite venue after he becomes Gennady's twentieth and record-tying title defense."

Richard Sturm, President of Sports and Entertainment for MGM Resorts International, said, "T-Mobile Arena is the ideal venue to host a championship boxing event of this magnitude.  We look forward to celebrating Cinco de Mayo weekend with sports fans in Las Vegas and worldwide for what should be one of boxing's premier rematches."

Canelo vs. GGG 2 is a 12-round fight for the middleweight championship of the world presented by Golden Boy Promotions and GGG Promotions.

The event is sponsored by Tecate, "THE OFFICIAL BEER OF BOXING," Hennessy, "Never Stop, Never Settle," Fred Loya Insurance, and Fathom Events. The event will take place Saturday, May 5 at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas and will be produced and distributed live by HBO Pay-Per-View beginning at a special time of 8:00 p.m. ET/5:00 p.m. PT.

Tickets for Canelo vs. GGG 2 will go on sale Tuesday, Feb. 27 at 10:00 a.m. PT, and are priced at $5,000, $2,500, $2,000, $1,500, $800, $700, $500 and $300, not including applicable service charges and taxes. There will be a limit of 10 per person at the $5,000, $2,500, $2,000, $1,500, $800 and $700 price levels with a limit of two (2) per person at the $500 and $300 price levels. To charge by phone with a major credit card, call 888-9-AXS-TIX (888-929-7849). Tickets are also available at or