Saturday, September 29, 2018

Gregory Clark And Charles Johnson Hit The Scale In New York!

In preparation for their bouts Saturday, September 29th at the Kings Theatre in Brooklyn, NY.

Gregory Clark (3-2-1, 1 KO) tipped the scales at 162 lbs. for a six-round bout against undefeated Edgar Berlanga (8-0, 8 KO's), who weighed in at 163 lbs. 

Charles Johnson (1-0, 1KO) weighed 199 lbs for his four-round contest against Giovanni Scuderi, who came in at 198.3 lbs.

Friday, September 28, 2018

"SWIFT" Jarrett Hurd Apparel Is Now Available!

"SWIFT" Jarrett Hurd fans can now get fitted with some of the same gear that the Unified Jr. Middleweight Champion wears.


CYNATION SPORTS September 29th Card Postponed!

The head of CYNATION SPORTS, Cory Sanders had to make the decision to postpone tomorrow night's show at the Rosecroft Raceway due to late day unforeseen events some of the fighters presented to him. Sanders feels that the decision is the best one for the boxing fans and his promotion team. He wants to put on a great show and keep the boxing fans in the Beltway Boxing area excited about the sport of boxing. The new date is scheduled for October 27th. The venue is not verified yet but hopefully Rosecroft Raceway will still be part of the plan. Once the card is reorganized more information will be available to the fans.

Wednesday, September 26, 2018

The CYNATION Sports Professional Boxing Card For September 29th!

Professional boxing returns to Rosecroft Raceway in Fort Washington, MD on September 29, 2018. The Cynation Sports promotions card will be highlighted with local fighters competing against each other along with other bouts.

District Heights, MD super middleweight Jason Bell (3-0, 1 KO) will compete in his first six-rounder when he battles Genc Pllana  (1-0, 1 KO) of Hagerstown, MD. Justin Bell (3-0, 2 KO's), the twin brother of Jason is scheduled to take on Eric Moon (8-1) of Atlanta, Georgia.

In a very interesting six-round lightweight contest, "The Red Comet" Dante Cox (3-0, 2 KO's) of Elkridge, MD will take on Mack "Papi" Allison IV (8-1-1, 7 KO's) of Baltimore.

Undefeated "The Cisco Kid" Francisco Bustos (8-0, 5 KO's) of Rockville, MD will face "Dangerous" Donald Wallace (3-1-1, 2 KO's) of Baltimore, MD in a six-round middleweight bout. Both of these fighters are coming off of knockout victories when they participated on the same card at the Live! Casino in Hanover, MD on August 18th.

In two heavyweight bouts, Nathan Copeland of Capitol Heights, MD will make his pro debut against the (0-0-1) Ricco Ralston of Tennessee. Also Jerry "Slug" Forrest (20-2, 16 KO's) of Newport News, VA will be in a six-round bout against Danyelle "Southern Boy" Williams (3-1, 1 KO) of Owatonna, MN.

Hagerstown, MD super welterweight Jonathan Burrs (0-1) will battle Bryant Costello of Humacao, Puerto Rico in a four-round contest.

Colby Madison Victorious In Bethlehem, PA!

On the Kings Promotions card that aired on Facebook Live broadcasted by FightNight Live, Owings Mills, MD heavyweight Colby Madison won a six-round unanimous decision over Nicoy Clarke of Jersey City, NJ at the Sands Bethlehem Events Center in Bethlehem, PA.

Madison used his height and length in perfect fashion as he dominated the bout on all three judges scorecards. One judge scored it 59-55 while the other two scored it the same at 60-54. 

Colby Madison moves to (7-0-2, 4 KO's) while Clarke falls to (2-2).

Monday, September 24, 2018

Colby Madison Hits The Scale In Pennsylvania!

Here are the weights for Tuesday night's fight card at The Sands Bethlehem Event Center that is promoted by King's Promotions.

Anthony Mercado 140.8 - Victor Vazquez 137.9
Stephen Fulton 124 - Esteban Aquino 123.2
Raeese Aleem 121.9 - Alcides Santiago 122.6
Joe Hanks 253 - Terrance Marbra 220
Eric Spring 153.3 - James Robinson 152.9
Colby Madison 241 - Nicoy Clarke 211.5
Money Powell IV 163.1 - Josue Obando 165
Michael Coffie 270.5 - Curtis Head 257
Martino Jules 124.5 - Felix Sosa 124.1
Kenny Robles 138.2 - Corey Gulley 140.6

Tuesday, September 25th
FIGHTNIGHT LIVE broadcast 6:30 p.m.
Sands Bethlehem Event Center

Patrick Harris Wins Vacant American Boxing Federation Colonial Atlantic Super Lightweight Title!

On September 22, 2018 T.A.C. Promotions card that took place at the ABC Sports Complex in Springfield, VA undefeated super lightweight Patrick "YG Pat" Harris out of Hyattsville, MD won an eight-round unanimous decision over Stephon McIntyre of Atlanta, GA 

(Photos by Daniel Cork)

Patrick Harris started his professional career on June 13, 2014. He's battled through a hand injury and has been patiently waiting for a opportunity to have a fight that would allow him to be able to take his career to the next level. T.A.C. Promotions gave Harris that chance when took on the veteran Stephon McIntyre for the vacant American Boxing Federation Colonial Atlantic Super Lightweight title. 

Harris looked very good in this bout. He used his jab to establish his distance. Throughout the rounds he setup some great shots to the body of McIntyre. It was clear that the activity from Harris was too much for McIntyre as the power shots sent him to the canvas in the third-round. Harris dominated the contest on all three judges scorecards with the score of 80-71. 

Harris improves to (14-0, 8 KO's) and McIntyre is now (3-45-4, 1 KO).

The recap of the entire card is on the Boxing Along The Beltway website: click link below

Sunday, September 23, 2018

Recap Of Shabazz Brotherz/Real Deal Promotions Card At Bowie State University!

(Photos by Juan Marshall)

The main-event was in front of a crowd of over 2000 fans where Bowie, MD super lightweight and Bowie State graduate Greg "Sharpshooter" Outlaw won a six-round unanimous decision over Rashad Bogar of Newark, NJ on the Shabazz Brotherz/Real Deal Boxing Promotions card at the A.C. Jordan Arena on the campus of Bowie State University.

Outlaw opened up the bout with using his jab and footwork to keep Bogar off balance. Outlaw was able to land some good power shots to the body and head of Bogar throughout the contest despite suffering a hand injury at some point during the middle rounds. Outlaw landed a right hook that opened a cut over the right eye of Bogar, but it seemed to make Bogar fight more aggressively. Both fighters were having some good exchanges but it was Outlaw who kept the judges attention by winning on all three judges scorecards, Steve Rados 58-56, Don Risher 60-54, and Paul Wallace 59-55. 

Greg Outlaw remains undefeated at (6-0, 2 KO's) while Bogar falls to (4-9-1, 2 KO's).


In the co-feature of the card Travis "Seveer" Reeves won by eight-round unanimous decision over Devin "Bite" Butcher.

Both of the light heavyweight fighters are from Baltimore, MD as they faced each other in this contest. The bout was very difficult to watch as each fighter wasn't really showing their ability to box. Butcher stood tall using a very awkward shoulder defense. When Reeves was the aggressor at times he was able to score a knockdown in round four. Reeves could have capitalized of the knockdown, but he wasn't using his jab to set up the shots he should have been throwing in the remaining rounds. Butcher, at times used his long reach to land a shot or two on Reeves, but most of the bout Butcher was holding. Referee Brent Bovell took a point away from Butcher for obsessive holding. Reeves won by the scores of 77-73, 80-69 and 78-72. 

Reeves is now (16-3-2, 7 KO's) while Butcher falls to (6-3, 3 KO's).

Featherweight Jordan "Shortdog" White out of Waldorf, MD scored a fourth-round TKO over Francisco "Monkey" Rodriguez of Santa Isabel, Puerto Rico.

White looked very good after coming off a hand injury he suffered a year ago. It was no signs of ring rust on Whites behalf as he dominated Rodriguez in every round. White looked physically stronger than he has in the past and still looked technically sound as he landed some good combinations that he set up with a strong jab. The power shots from White drained Rodriguez midway through round four. Referee Kenny Chevalier took a good look and noticed that Rodriguez had enough causing him to put a stop to the contest at 1:34 of the final round.

Jordan White is now (5-1, 4 KO's) while Rodriguez's record drops to (4-5-1).


Forestville, MD middleweight Alantez "SlyAza" Fox won a eight-round unanimous decision over former world title contender Elvin Ayala of Guilford, CT.

Fox returned with a more than respectful performance after coming off of two surgeries on his left arm. It was the use of Fox's jab that made the difference in this contest. He used it perfectly to setup what he wanted to do during the entire bout. Fox baited Ayala in to land more body shots because of the high guard Ayala maintained to protect himself from the expecting jab of Fox. Ayala tried to move in closer, but Fox showed good mobility as he moved around the ring. Fox won by shutout with all three judges, Steve Rados, Don Risher and Paul Wallace scoring it the same for Fox, 80-72.

Alantez Fox improves to (24-1-1, 11 KO's) while Ayala drops to (29-11-1, 13 KO's).


DiBella Entertainment Promotions newest female lightweight fighter "The Dark Menace" Tiara Brown out of Bladensburg, MD scored an fourth-round TKO over Jasmine "Red" Clarkson of Cedar Hill, TX.

Brown looked very impressive as she dominated Clarkson in this scheduled six-round contest. The activity from Brown was overwhelming for Clarkson. Brown came forward the entire fight while landing good three and four punch combinations to batter Clarkson head and body. This lasted through the end of the fourth-round where referee Brent Bovell stopped the contest. 

Tiara Brown remains undefeated at (5-0, 3 KO's).  Clarkson falls to (4-13).


Muhsin "Spartan" Cason of Baltimore, MD scored a second-round TKO over the debuting Donnell Daniels of Suitland, MD in their schedule four-round cruiserweight bout. 

Cason wasted no time setting the pace of this fight. He pressured Daniels from the sound of the bell by landing power shots to the body and head of Daniels. The pressure was too much for Daniels as Cason landed a hard right hand that force him to take a knee. After recovering from the first knockdown Cason landed another hard shot that sent Daniels down to the canvas where the referee stopped the bout at 2:44.

Muhsin Cason moves to (3-0, KO) while Daniels starts his career off (0-1).


Clarksburg, MD's Mark "Sayless" Duncan scored a second-round TKO over Johnnell Christmas of Conway, AR in a jr. middleweight bout.

This was a night of two debuting fighter where Duncan showed he was the more dominate fighter. Duncan proved to have power as he sent Christmas to the canvas with a left hand to the body in round one. After feeling Duncan's power Christmas was pretty much on the defensive as he moved around to avoid taking more shots. Duncan saw he had his opponent hurt so he landed a right hand to the body that forced referee Kenny Chevalier to stop the contest at 2:31 of the second round. 

Duncan gets a impressive first win and starts his career off at (1-0, 1 KO) while Christmas starts off (0-1).


Entering the ring as a professional for the first time, Maurice "M3G" Winslow Jr. of Stone Mountain, GA, scored a second-round TKO over Alberto"Rooster" Delgado of Roanoke, VA.

The 18 year old Winslow Jr. looked very solid as a debuting middleweight. He used his jab to put together some great combinations that ended with hard power shots to the head and body of Delgado. This pressure went on the entire first-round and continued through the completion of the second-round where Delgado didn't answer the bell to start round three. 

Winslow's starts off (1-0, 1 KO) while Delgado still is looking for his first win at (0-5-3).


Lightweight Tyrek "I.G.B." Irby of Landover, MD won a four-round unanimous decision over Lamont White of Washington, DC. 

This was the second time that these two fighters met in the center of the ring. The first time was back on February 11, 2017 at the Rosecrft Raceway in Fort Washington, MD where Irby won by unanimous decision. This bout was much of the same as Irby dominated White by using his speed to establish the jab. Irby also put together some great body shots.White was a defensive fighter during the entire four-rounds, but swung some wild looping shots as Irby worked inside his guard. All three judges scored the bout the same 40-36 for Irby.

Tyrek Irby remains undefeated at (5-0, 2 KO's) while Lamont White drops to (1-15, 1 KO).


Brooklyn, NY's "The Egyptian Magician" Omar Kabary Saleem opened the card with a devastating TKO over the debuting Malik Jenkins of Philadelphia, PA.

Saleem came into this bout with a (4-0, 1 KO) record as he showed Jenkins he was definitely ready to fight. Saleem was coming forward and landing some shots that got the attention of Jenkins. Saleem backed Jenkins into the corner where both fighters were throwing shots. During this exchange Jenkins focused his attention on the referee trying to tell him he was headbutted. Saleem stayed focused on the fight as Jenkins complained and landed a couple of hard shots to the face of Jenkins to knock him out at 1:56 of the first-round.

Saleem improves to (5-0, 2 KO's) while Jenkins is (0-1).