Tuesday, July 10, 2007

Update on July 14 Winchester Card!

Here is the card for the Saturday, July 14 Left Hook Boxing card at the Winchester Sportsplex in Winchester, VA.

The main event will pit Front Royal, VA lightweight Andrew "The Doo Man" Farmer against Marcos Antonio Soto of Virginia Beach, VA in a six-round contest.

Farmer (6-1, five KO's) is coming off an easy first-round knockout over Anthony Whigham on June 9 at the ABC Sports Complex in Springfield, VA.

Soto will be making his professional debut, but comes into the bout carrying a solid amateur record of 88-11 and two Armed Forces championships.

The co-feature will be a six-round contest for the vacant Virginia State Lightweight title. Alexandria's Jamie "The Punisher" Palma will battle Artie "Bam Bam" Bembury of Norfolk.

Palma (11-10-1, two KO's) is looking for his fifth straight victory. Palma last fought in February when he won a six-round unanimous decision over Edward Anderson at the Sportsplex on February 17.

In other bouts on the card, undefeated Front Royal junior middleweight Warren "The Mack" Clatterbuck will take on Norfolk, VA's Antwon "Supreme" Barrett in a four-round encounter. Clatterbuck (5-0, two KO's) is coming off a four-round unanimous decision over Billy Mitchem on the February 17 Winchester show. Barrett (0-3) lost his last bout by first-round knockout to Ruslan Provodnikov on April 28 in Mashantucket, CT.

Front Royal heavyweight Terry "T-Brick" Roy (4-0-1, three KO's) will try to remain undefeated against debuting Woodbridge heavy Joseph Haggler in another four-round bout.

VMI graduate "White Lightning" Todd Wilson will try to win his second pro bout as he faces debuting Roanoke, VA boxer David Novia in a four-round junior welterweight matchup. Wilson is coming off his pro debut, a second-round TKO over Jay Watts on April 28 in Fisherville, VA.

Charlottesville, VA junior middleweight "War Time" George Rivera will battle Camden, NJ veteran Montez Wilson in a four-round bout. Rivera (2-1, two KO's) is coming off a first-round TKO over Shawn White on the April 28 Fisherville card. Wilson (0-9) is facing his fourth Virginia-based boxer, having previously lost to Mike Sawyer(twice), Tommy Neal and Warren Clatterbuck.

Also slated for the card will be Dale City, VA featherweight Andre Nichols (1-1) as he is scheduled to battle Anthony Whigham of Ohio (0-6). DC-born and Roanoke, VA-based middleweight Charles Norwood (1-1, one KO) will take on Knoxville, TN's Anthony Quentin Young (3-1, two KO's) in another four-round encounter.


Anonymous said...

Also be advised that the PEOPLES CHAMP J. FELTON is fighting on the Micheal Stewart from the Contender undercard this fri. in Delaware....watch out for this heavyweight journeyman he can upset alot of people with the right team... you saw the potential Gary... Mark 2 sharp and ron boyd are his advisers as i was told...

Anonymous said...

I see Palma's opponent changed. If I look at record G Dog is it going to say bum?

Anonymous said...

Hey A,

I looked at the record and the guy is 2-1. How in the heck does VA make this a state title fight?

Anonymous said...

Here it goes again. Clatterbuck is fighting another quality opponent again! NOT!

Get real Virginia!

No need to come to this show the outcome is a given.

DC Boxing rules.

Anonymous said...

Clatterbuck is going to lose! He can't fight a lick. I think the Poster Boys For VBBA (Virginia Bums Boxer's Association) would be Warren Clatterbuck, Mike Sawyer, Perry Ballard, Mike Carrigan, and Jimmy Lange! Hey, come to think of it, all of these bums are around the same weight class about 154 or so. There's got to be someone in VA, DC, or MD who is at that weight class who can clean up these bums! Who could it be? Step up and be a hero and get rid of these no-boxing, no talent bums! Do us all a favor! Hey, isn't Jesse Nicklow at 154? Who else has some talent in the area at this weight? Certainly not the Ballard, Lange, Carrigan, Sawyer, and Clatterbuck. They are truly awful!

Anonymous said...

Clatterbuck will not lose this one...are you kidding me? Look who he is fighting.Ballard, Lange, Sawyer and Carrigan all looked pretty good and most very entertaining and came to the ring with character, desire and fans when I saw them fight, and actually all won their bouts. Nicklow is great too. If you don't like them go somewhere else. Shut your pie-hole with your negativity.It's so blah.

Anonymous said...

First off if any of you want to have a belt made up and pay the fee for a championship fight then you can have any title. Just shows that all you guys know is sitting in front of te TV. State commissions are not in the business of titles. If you think it is going to be a bum fight then stay at home or better yet put your money where your mouth is. Why don't you become a promoter and you can have nothing but world class championship fights.

Anonymous said...

Oh I'm going for sure! To see Clatterbuck get his butt kicked!