A sold out audience observed grand hero, Greg Vendetti (21-3-1, 12 KOs) split Alan Zavala (15-4, 13 KOs) over 10 exciting rounds to gain a unanimous decision yesterday in Melrose, Massachusetts’ historical battle place, Memorial Hall.
Zavala, that took the struggle on afew days notice when Vendetti’s first rival, Manny Woods came back with the flu, gave a terrific effort in the loss nevertheless also the Mexican couldn’t fit Vendetti’s power and also work speed. Despite Zavala’so extreme height and weight advantage, Vendetti found a home forever for his lead left hook and over hand into the roars of their crowd that was enthusiastic.
“It had been exactly what I wanted. A high caliber guy that found acquire. I don’t want to fight potatoes. I don’t progress against those guys. It doesn’t do such a thing for me. ”, said that the Stoneham, Massachusetts native who challenged for the WBA Interim Super Welterweight World Title in his last struggle.
“I really did well. Not perfect. I desired the knockout and that I really did get hit with some huge shots which made it exciting for the fans but it’SA dominant win against really a solid fighter with a excellent chin and that I ’ll shoot that. He had been a major dude though. Over 6 feet tall, a 10 inch reach advantage, that knows just how much thicker, so If I’m yearning na keep it going and struggle the highlevel guys, ” I ’m probably gonna need to return to welterweight. I would like to observe what goes on when I struggle a guy my size and property the kind of shots which I did tonight. ”
As for when he wants to return into the ring and check the new weight category, ‘The Villain’ shown that the no nonsense mindset that compels him into so many fans.
“I’ll take the weekend away then hit the gym starting Monday so that I will get ready for the following one. I would like in there as soon as possible. I really like fighting. It’therefore what I do. ”
Murphys Boxing’so founder, Ken Casey was thrilled with Vendetti’s performance and concurred that it might be time for a new weight class.
“to start, as always, Greg put an exclamation point on a terrific event with the struggle of the evening time. We watched him struggle another kind of fight tonight and reveal he’s an exciting fighter even when he’SON the back foot and also boxing longer than normal. I really do agree with Greg about dropping down a fat class though. I am talking about, look at how big their kid he fought tonight. The guy weighed in at 154 however guaranteed he got from the ring 15 to 20 pounds heavier. He had a stunning fat, height and reach advantage against Greg who is small for a junior middleweight. We’d like to get Greg straight back here in May and examine the waters in welterweight. ”
In terms of that which makes Vendetti the most bizarre Murphys Boxing fighter and also this kind of popular attraction, Casey doesn’t hesitate in explaining.
“Greg could be your rare fighter which, when we’re searching for competitions, turns down guys cause they’re not tough enough. This ’s exactly what I love . ”
In additional actions throughout the Evening …
Even the co-main event saw Murphys Boxing’s own Ryan Kielczweski (30-4, 11 KOs) triumph a large unanimous decision over Nick Otieno (31-16, 13 KOs) in an 8 round lightweight fight. ‘The Polish Prince’ from Quincy, Massachusetts scored his 30th victory and is currently seeking to deal with a high 10 ranked fighter since he leaves another run in a domain.
The recent Murphys Boxing signee from nearby Holbrook, Massachusetts used a sharp collection of counter-punches and a tight shield to gain a bunch pleasing fight against a crafty and game welterweight veteran. Ohan Jr., whose father was a successful New England based professional fighter, is quickly becoming one of the area’s exciting prospects.
Even the showboating Ramsey scarcely made it outside of this primary round after hitting the canvas twice but he was able to produce the bell only to be dropped and ceased at the beginning of second. All of the hardhitting Olympian’s wins came by knockout within the first 2 weeks and Murphys Boxing is thinking about putting the talented young fighter on the fasttrack.
The very first two knock-downs came in human body shots while the next came out of the totally timed right cross. With a lengthy amateur career, which saw him win the Boston Golden Gloves four times, Perella wants to come back to the ring .
Joe Farina (6-1, 4 KOs) kept a relentless body attack, dropping and stopping Carlos Galindo (19 ) in the next round of a scheduled 4 round welterweight bout.
Dublin, Ireland’s Craig O’Brien (10-1, 1 KO) made his USA debut cruising to a simple 6 round unanimous decision out-boxing veteran, Antonio Fernandez (9-36-4). Judges watched the struggle 59-55, 59-55 and 60-54. The middleweight shares the same fitness center stable as Murphys Boxing’s & Gary ‘Spike’ O’Sullivan along with Niall Kennedy.
The night opened with surprising upset when Francisco Artri Neto (13, 1 KO) came from the canvas to drop and also create Joe Gagliardi Jr. (1-1) quit in the 3rd round of a 4 round cruiserweight struggle. Neto, an earlier friendly Brazilian native which stands out of Rodrigo’s Dungeon in Woburn, Massachusetts, picked up his first win in stunning fashion, silencing Gagliardi’s outspoken supporters and, in 40 years old, demonstrating age is just a number.
‘Mayhem in Melrose’ also watched the demonstration of Murphys Boxing’s first annual Warrior’s Code celebrity that has been established to honor legendary New England predicated fighters.
The inaugural awards were presented to 20-19 International Boxing Hall of Fame Inductee and in 87 years old, one among the earliest living champions on the world, Tony DeMarco and Melrose’s own highly decorated amateur celebrity, Michael D’Ampolo.
The two fighters were presented plaques in the ring by Murphys Boxing’therefore Ken Casey and Sean Sullivan plus so they both received standing ovations from the soldout audience.
Undefeated San Antonio super lightweight Kendo “Tremendo” Castaneda out-classed along with out-boxed Eudy “ak 47 ” Bernardo cruised into some 10-round unanimous decision triumph in last night’s (Thursday, Mar. 28) mainevent in the RJJ Boxing on UFC Fight Pass® ace boxing event, in Cowboy Dance Hall in San Antonio, Texas.
Presented by Castaneda’s promoter, Roy Jones Jr (RJJ) Boxing Promotions, along with San Antonio–based Leija Battah Promotions, yesterday evening ’s show was a sell out filled up with local favorite Castaneda’therefore loyal, enthusiastic fans.
Even the 25-year-old Castaneda (16-0, 7 KOs), the reigning North American Boxing Association (NABA) winner, is ranked No. 14 in the world by the World Boxing Association (WBA). Yesterday evening , he easily notched his 16th expert triumph in a one-sided struggle, evident by the judges’ scoring (99-91, 98-92, 97-93), against his usually dangerous Dominican competition.
“I offer my performance a good 8,” Castaneda said after the best. “I out-boxed the man and summoned him around all evening. I truly wanted the knockout, however, Bernardo was chiefly within a defensive mode all evening. He did not live up to his ‘ak 47 ′ nick-name and let his hands go. I tip my hat into the guy, though. At the end of your afternoon , he impressed me with his rocky stamina and involvement to survive the 10 rounds.
“& I ’m all set to do exactly what I do and get straight back to work and keep the good fight. And that I ’damn so glad to go 10 rounds, so I’ve more rounds to study and sharpen up my craft. Enormous thanks to God as well as my people of San Antonio, Texas. ”
In the co-featured occurrence, Austin, TX lightweight John Arellano (10-1, 9 KOs) needed to win the past two rounds on two of their judges’ scorecards to narrowly take a hard-fought, 8-round split-decision (76-75, 76-75, 73-78) over previously unbeaten Xavier Wilson (10-1-1, 1 KO), of Baltimore. It marked the first triumph for Arellano by which he went the distance.
Sanantonio lightweight Joseph “Mongoose” Rodriguez (15-0-1, two KOs) kept his eponymous specialist record complete with a 6-round split decision versus a game Darryl Hayes (6-13), of Houston. Rodriguez also needed to gain the past two rounds on two candidates ’ scorecards to earn his triumph.
From the FIGHT PASS opener, San Antonio super bantamweight potential Henry “World Star” Arredondo (3-0, 1 KO) knockout out his Mexican competition, Jahaziel Vazquez (2-10, 1 KO), in the next circular.
Fighting on the non-streamed part of the card, San Antonio super-welterweight Raymond Guajardo (1-0, 1 KO) turned into a remarkable pro-debut, knocking outside fellow Texan Leonardo Mendez (0-1), also making his pro debut, even in the second circular.
Houston welterweight Jerrico “Flexibility of Stone” Walton improved to 12-0 (7 KOs), pitching a shutout for a 4-round hasty choice (40-36 X ), over Juan Rodriguez (8-14-1, 6 KOs), of Virginia.
Main-event — SUPER Light-weights
Kendo Castaneda (16-0, 7 KOs), San Antonio, TX
WDEC10 San (99-91, 98-92, 97-93)
Rudy Bernardo (24-4, 18 KOs), Elia Pina, Dominican Republic
Henry Arredondo (3-0, 1 KO), San Antonio, TX
Jahaziel Vazquez (2-10, 1 KO), Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico
Raymond Guajardo (1-0, 1 KO), San Antonio, TX
Leonardo Mendez (0-1), Petersburg, TX
Jerrico Walton (12-0, 7 KOs), Houston, TX
WDEC4 (40-36, 40-36, 40-36)
Juan Rodriguez (8-14-1, 6 KOs), Haymarket, VA
Nozipho Bell is your new World Boxing Federation (WBF) Womens World Featherweight Champion, afterwards she obtained the title from protecting Title Holder Unathi Myekeni on Friday night, March 2-9, in a packed Nongoza Jebe Hall in New Brighton, Port Elizabeth, South Africa.
The highly anticipated encounter between Eastern Cape competitions proven to be a one-sided affair, even with the aggressive challenger dominating the action from begin to finish, putting on a master class and out-boxing the courageous Myekeni.
Bell, that was coming down in weight after losing on issues to Ewa Brodnicka in a bid to get the WBO World Super Featherweight crown last October in Poland, given the greatest performance of her career, whilst Myekeni revealed tremendous core by staying in the struggle to the ending.
Judges Prince Mbambaza, Eddie Marshall and Phindile Ngingi all scored it a shutout 100-90 for Bell, that took her expert ledger into 9-2-1 (3). Myekeni, that now intends to proceed right down to Super Bantamweight where she kept the WBF World title this year, drops into 11-5-1 (5).
The battle headlined a show promoted by Mbali Zantsi along with her Showtime Boxing Promotions, along with Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality.
Boudersa Retains WBF World Title Against Brave Corona
When original opponent Djemilla Gontaruk pulled out on short note, World Boxing Federation (WBF) Womens World Super Featherweight Champion Licia Boudersa was up against difficult circumstances in adjusting to replace Marisol Corona, in her first title-defense on Thursday, March 28, in Lille, France.
However, Boudersa did well against a completely different style than she’d prepared for, and against a rival who had every intention of inducing an upset, despite requiring the struggle so overdue, and arriving in France from her native Mexico less than 48 hours before the competition.
Bourdersa boxed well and has been technically superior, however “manhunter Coronita” Corona revealed incredible soul and never ceased coming forward. Especially in the next circular did Corona have success landing hard shots, and also as the struggle drew to a conclusion the visitor continued to use, and correlated with some barbarous body-punches.
The last round was toe-to-toe action from beginning to finish, both fighters devoting all, but as the last bell rang there was no doubt that the winner had retained her title, having been more consistent and landing cleaner and more punches.
In a typical case of those cards maybe not representing the sheer quality of the struggle, judges Ilhan Homovic, Jean-Marcel Nartz and also Smail Alitouche passed in dozens of 100-90, 98-92 and 100-91, awarding Boudersa, currently 14-2-2 (3), a deserved but hard-fought unanimous choice.
The battle was promoted by Asloum Event, and broadcast reside in France from RMC Sport.