The matchups can be announced for the Saturday, July 14 Keystone Boxing card at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC.
The main event will featured undefeated DC welterweight Dusty Harrison in a scheduled six-round contest against veteran Reggie "Two-Guns" Nash of Grand Rapids, MI. Harrison (6-0, three KO's) is coming off a second-round TKO over Joey Ortega on May 12 at the Convention Center.
Harrison will face another veteran in Nash (10-29-1, two KO's) who has faced a who's who of young prospects and contenders between the lightweight and junior middleweight divisions. The list includes Vernon Paris, Steve Upshur Chambers, Contender Champion Grady Brewer, Shamir Reyes and the Beltway's Bayan Jargal. Nash also holds an eight-round split decision win over former world title contender Ivan Robinson.
There is another six-rounder signed for the card as DC-based junior middleweight "King Shango" Ivan Ziglar will battle Jimmy "The Dream" LeBlanc of Weymouth, MA. Ziglar (6-2-1, three KO's) has won his last five bouts, including two straight at the Convention Center. Ziglar scored a fifth-round TKO in his last outing over Eric Burke on the May 12 Convention Center card.
LeBlanc (12-21-4, four KO's) is no stranger to the Beltway region as he has fought three times locally in the last four years, all three times at the George Mason University Patriot Center in Fairfax, VA. LeBlanc picked up his last win in November of 2008 when he stopped Luther Smith in the first round. LeBlanc's last two bouts at the Patriot Center ended in second-round TKO's against Jimmy Lange (July 2010) and Michael Stewart (September 2011).
Another bout signed for this event will be the pro debut of long-time amateur Kevin Borders, a junior middleweight from DC. Borders will face Eric Merian, another debuting boxer from Columbia, SC.
Other matchups just announced for this card include Fort Washington, MD light heavyweight Thomas "Top Dog" Williams, Jr. (8-0, five KO's) taking on veteran Ariel "Iron" Espinal of Brooklyn, NY (8-21-3, four KO's) in a six-round bout. DC junior middleweight Harold "Sweet Lee" Parker (1-0, one KO) battling Antonio Sadler from Columbia, SC (1-0-1, one KO) in a four-rounder. Glen Burnie, MD bantamweight Brady "The Magician" Sensibaugh (1-0) will take on Anthony Fraguada of Newark, NJ (1-7, one KO) in another four-round contest.
Also, the card features Charlotte Hall, MD middleweight Josh Rupard (1-0, one KO) who will battle Donnie Holden of Canton, OH (0-6) and the return of Baltimore's "Golden Greek" Elias Bouloubassis (6-0-5, four KO's) taking on Mike Arnold of Akron, OH (0-6). Both are four-round contests.