At the primary event, Murphys Boxing’s Mark DeLuca (231, 13 KOs) scored a unanimous 10 round decision over Connecticut’s Jimmy Williams (16-2-1, 5 KOs) building a powerful defense of his NABA Super Welterweight Championship.
DeLuca, that reached the ring as The Dropkick Murphys played an acoustic model of these anthem, “I’Zero Shipping around Boston” put on a clinic outBoxing and frustrating Williams from the opening bell and then pitching a close shout out having dozens of 100-90, 100-90 and 99-91.
“” I feel as though I’MA fairly versatile fighter and I showed that to night. I felt really good about my operation. ”, clarified DeLuca shortly after the struggle.
“Williams is just a fantastic fighter, so he also called me out, was willing to come to my home to struggle on a huge card, so that I really did WISh to make a statement. I believe I accomplished that. ”
As for DeLuca’another competitor, the Whitman, Massachusetts native and former Marine left his intentions clear.
“I’m here in order to fight the best. I’m ranked #10 in the WBA and we all know what this means. The device can ring at any moment. As for my second struggle and opponent, I leave that choice for my trainer, Hector Bermudez along with my promoter, Ken Casey, but I do believe all of us agree that we desire some at the top ten next so that we ’re at the career for a world title shot this past year. ”
Moving to the struggle, Gray was considered a risky competitor for its beloved handle bar mustachioed slugger’s return to Boston. The Worcester indigenous started fast winning the opening stanza with quick mixes that seemed to catch the Irishmen off-guard but at the end of their second circular, Spike started a constant pressure attack and systematically began wearing Gray. By the period of the stoppage, Gray was bleeding profusely from severe lacerations across both eyes caused by punches. The most action, fan favorite O’Sullivan, who is co-promoted by Murphys Boxing and Golden Boy Promotions, will be back in action this summer at a televised struggle to be announced shortly.
Foster’s excellent Boxing skills made the gap over the challenging punching Chicago native who had his moments but eventually couldn’t even find an answer for its talented southpaw’s precision punching. Foster who hails from New Haven, Connecticut, and was seen on Showtime defeating then unbeaten Alvin Varmall Jr., is confident his performance will likely soon tempt still yet another Top 10 fighter in to the ring into his second fight.
The heavyweight prospect undergone a haymaker minutes to the struggle out of Marrone and shortly thereafter replied straight back dropping the veteran with a welltimed righthand. Marrone beat the count and strove for a desperate strike but had been caught again and again dropped hard by Kennedy and the struggle was waved off. With chants of ‘Boom Boom’ from the crowd after the knock out, the big man from Gorey is definitely becoming a fan favorite, with now fought 1 1 of 14 fights in the New England area and is closing in on a global standing in the reddish hot heavyweight division.
Consistent with the holiday festivities, a special most Irish welterweight showdown saw Lucan, Ireland’s Noel Murphy (13-1-1, two KOs) win a unanimous 8 round decision over Cork, Ireland’s John Joyce (7-1, 4 KOs). Murphy, known more for his Boxing than power, surprisingly dropped Joyce twice at the first circular and fully ruled him for the remainder of the struggle together with 3 judges turning into identical scorecards of all 80-71.
At a rematch of an in depth battle a year that saw Joe Farina (5-1, 3 KOs) have dropped before rallying to beat Steve Moore (17, 1 KO), the South Boston indigenous erased any uncertainty in their next meeting throwing a steady flow of scoring and punches a shutout unanimous choice, with judges scoring the bout 40-36, over new-jersey ’s Moore at a4 round welterweight bout.
Kicking the night off , James Perella (1-0, 1 KO) had a remarkable expert introduction stopping Bruno Dias (0-6) from the second circular. Dias struck the deck 3 times in the opening around all from human body shots and just minutes into the second circular, Perella dropped the MMA veteran again using an over hand right prompting the referee to halt the struggle before administering a count. The young welterweight, that hails from neighboring Mansfield, Massachusetts, had a broad amateur career and is place to earn a quick go back into the expert ring since it had been announced he will likely be featured on the undercard of Murphys Boxing’s next event in Melrose, Massachusetts on March 29th.
A complete storm burst night at The Palladium in Worcester, Massachusetts.
Ball (1212, 8 KOs) used his height and reach advantage, effectively jabbing and mixing in certain effective human body shots, to acquire a real six-round unanimous decision over Danny “feel great Hollywood” Rosenberger (4-7-4, 1 KO).
“Everything turned out amazing for mepersonally, ” Ball said after the comment. “I started using by jab in three first around and he couldn’t even do anything contrary to it. I needed to knock him out, but I guessed why dash it. He’therefore tough kid. I should have gone into your system more.
“It seems to possess this buckle. I feel as I’t become the best middleweight in New England for quite a long time. I ordered the pace of the struggle and didn’t my position. ”
“” I feel as if it had been a victory,” promoter Chuck Shearns said. “I’damn happy. The fights were all good. The independently appreciated it and ’s important. We’ll be coming right back June 14 (at the Worcester Palladium) with your friends from Rivera Promotions and Entertainment. Jose Antonio Rivera is going to be in his 50th expert fight. ”
Former decorated amateur Minor (pictured to the best ) didn’t disappoint his hometown fans in his long-awaited expert introduction, dominating his opponent, Corey Morley (0-3-1), before referee Jackie Morrell waved off the actions at around three for a technical knock out.
“This was amazing,” Minor commented after the struggle. “Struggling in home infront of my kids and friends and winning by knock out, it doesn’t get better than that, so I’m happy. It’s been since I fought so there is a few rust. It’s just going to keep improving. ”
Bridgeport, CT lightweight Carlos Marrera III (121 ) got his first win as a pro, carrying a four-round unanimous decision from Edwin Rosado (1-9-1, 1 KO) from the competitive fight of the evening.
Worcester cruiserweight Jake Paradise (1 2, 1 KO) entertained his team fans, overcoming a legitimate first-round summoned to prevent Francisco Artri Neto (0-3) from the next frame, the result of a deadly directly to your system.
Fighting for the first time in 3 ½ years, Providence light heavyweight Angel Camacho, Jr. (16-0, 5 KOs) worked off a rust contrary to journeyman Larry “Slomoshun” Smith (10-40-1, 7 KOs), of Dallas, that despite being a late replacement, lengthy Camacho the whole six-rounds, albeit it losing a tough choice.
From the opening bout of the evening, New Haven (CT) welterweight Anuel “Tsunami” Rosa rose to 2-0 (two KOs) when referee Morrell stopped the struggle in the third circular, as Danny Morales (0-8) had suffered too much punishment. Rosa dropped Morales by the close of this first round, badly bloodying his opponent’s nose throughout the second round.