The Keystone Boxing pro card slated for Saturday, June 16 at Du Burns Arena in Baltimore, MD is coming together. There have been a number of changes throughout the weeks but everything should be set by Friday.
The latest change is that undefeated Fort Washington, MD light heavyweight Thomas "Top Dog" Williams, Jr. has been added to the card for a six-round contest against a TBA opponent. Williams replaces Upper Marlboro, MD heavyweight Duane Mobley who was slated to be in a rematch against Norfolk, VA's Dennis Benson. However, Benson suffered an injury and the bout was called off.
It looks like Mobley may be part of the June 23rd card at Fort Myer/Henderson Hall in Arlington, VA.
The main event remains the same -- undefeated Suitland, MD cruiserweight Venroy "Hard Work" July (10-0-2, four KO's) faces Justin "The Lumberjack" Howes of Buckhannon, WVA (13-2, 11 KO's) in a six-round contest.
Undefeated Baltimore welterweight James "Keep 'Em Sleepin'" Stevenson is still on the card, however, he has had a number of prospective opponents drop out. Stevenson (15-0, 10 KO's) is slated to be in a four-round contest.
Baltimore junior welterweight Kevin "The Scarecrow" Womack, Jr. (3-0, one KO) faces off against veteran Nalo Leal of Airway Heights, WA (4-15-1)
Baltimore middleweight Lee Snow (1-2) looks to even his record in a four-round contest against the debuting Issa Cuolibaly of DC.
Also, there will be two debuting locals on the card -- Baltimore junior middleweight Jeremy Trussell will take on Stephen Franklin of Martinsburg, WVA by way of Baltimore (0-7) while Baltimore super bantamweight Brady "The Magician" Sensibaugh faces the equally debuting Giovanni Vasquez of Columbia, SC.