Here is the recap from Du Burns Arena in Baltimore, MD:
Suitland, MD cruiserweight Venroy "Hard Work" July wins a tough eight-round unanimous decision over a very game Justin "The Lumberjack" Howes of Buckhannon, WVA. The bout is a Beltway Boxing Fight of the Year candidate. The scores were 78-74 (twice) and 77-75. July remains undefeated at 11-0-2, four KO's. Howes falls to 13-3, 11, KO's.
Glen Burnie, MD bantamweight Brady "The Magician" Sensibaugh won his pro debut with a four-round majority decision over the equally debuting Giovanni Vasquez of Columbia, SC. The 18-year-old Sensibaugh won by scores of 39-37 on two of the scorecards.
Baltimore middleweight Lee Snow scored a crunching fourth-round knockout over DC's Issa Couibaly. After a very competitive three rounds, Snow landed a powerful right hand during an exchange in the final round and dropped Couibaly to the canvas. Couibaly beat referee John Gradowski's count but was deemed unfit to continue at 1:59 of the fourth. Snow evens his record at 2-2 with one KO while Couibaly falls in his pro debut.
Baltimore welterweight Kevin "The Scarecrow" Womack won by TKO at the end of three rounds over Nalo Leal of Airway Heights, WA. Womack was in control throughout against the very game Leal. Womack was ruled the winner after Leal could not come out for the fourth round. Womack remains undefeated at 4-0, two KO's. Leal falls to 4-16-1.
Keystone Boxing promoted the show. The matchmaker was Brian Dillon.
Here is the Post-Fight Wrap-Up Show: