Monday, September 17, 2012

Update On September 29 DC Card!

Here is the update on the Keystone Boxing card slated for Saturday, September 29 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC:

The main event remains the same -- undefeated DC welterweight Dusty Harrison (8-0, four KO's) will take on Youngstown, OH veteran Shane Gierke (5-26-2, four KO's) in a six-round contest.

One of the six-round bouts marks the return of Landover, MD light heavyweight "King" James McAllister (11-6-1, three KO's) who will face James Denson of Akron, OH (5-10, two KO's).  McAllister has not fought since April of 2006 when he lost a 10-round majority decision to Jason Naugler in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.  McAllister's career began in 1999 and he faced quality opposition throughout his tenure including locals Andrew Council and Maurice Adams as well as Carlos DeLeon, Jr. George Klinesmith, Jameel Wilson and Dhafir Smith.  Denson is coming off a four-round unanimous decision loss to Reuel Williams on August 31 in Dover, DE.

The other six-round contest matches Brooklyn, NY super middleweight Phillip Jackson Benson (8-1, seven KO's) taking on veteran John Michael Terry of Portsmouth, VA (4-22-3, one KO's).  Benson scored a first-round KO over Anthony Pietrantonio on the last Keystone Boxing card on August 25 in DC.  Terry won a four-round split decision over Jess Noriega on May 4 in Greensboro, NC.

In four-round bouts, DC welterweight Harold "Sweet Lee" Parker (2-1, two KO's) will look to bounce back from his August 25th, four-round, split decision loss to Richard Andrews by returning to DC to face David Tomlin of Wilson, NC (0-4).  In another welterweight bout, David "Day-Day" Grayton (1-0, one KO) will face Antonio Sadler of Columbia, SC (1-1-1, one KO).  Also, DC heavyweight Danny "Smooth" Kelly (1-0, one KO) will take on Ryan Shay of Fort Mills, SC (5-15, four KO's).

The card also features the pro debut of Palmer Park, MD super featherweight Kevin Rivers, Jr. who will face Milwaukee, WI's David Warren Huffman (1-7).  Huffman notched his first pro victory defeating Renaldo Gaines by majority decision on the August 25 DC card.  The card is also scheduled to include the pro debut of Hillcrest Heights, MD middleweight Jarrett Hurd who is still looking for an opponent for this card.


21 comments:

Anonymous said...

The DC Commission should be ashamed of approving those fights!

Anonymous said...

James is in trouble as his dome was rocked by bum wannabe be pro Richie McCombs smh this card sucks.

Anonymous said...

looks like a bus load of them carolina boys will be going back with another Loss on their record and a fat pocket. Its asham that people jump into a fight without ever being trained before just to try and earn some money. DC comission should be ashamed.

Gary Digital Williams said...

McAllister never fought Richard McCombs.

Anonymous said...

They sparred but both guys bums just like everyone on this card

Brian said...

Bums like Everyone, may we ask what is yopur record?

Anonymous said...

Brian you always running your trap stop being a yes man to gene cheap stone insurance

Anonymous said...

In terms of records for the opponents brought in, its just as weak as the last show. HOWEVER, alot of these fighters are still young and gaining essential experience. They shouldn't be fighting killers yet (there will be plenty of time for that). I think it is smart matchmaking for alot of these young guys. I wouldn't approve of these fighters being matched weak in a year or two, but for now, while their gaining experience, I think it is understandable.

Anonymous said...

Who ever made that last comment, knows boxing

Brian said...

Card Update, The Phil Jackson-John Terry bout is off and replaced with Immanuel Aleem-Marcus Clay 4rds 168

Brian said...

Jarret Hurd will be matched shortly

Anonymous said...

I've got 19 pro fights with s winning record. I only had 2 fights such as this shit with 1/4 of the am. Experience of some of these cats. Bullshit fights. Brian you're a fat ass chump!

Anonymous said...

For the person criticizing Brian, I'd like to see you try and match up these kids with national golden gloves championships & international amateur experience out the ying-yang... especially when you're not working with an Oscar De La Hoya budget. You do not understand the business of boxing, sir. Matching these kids is no easy task. This promoter does not have TV or casino money backing him. They are just trying to get these kids some fights. Without these cards, they would not be fighting at all. Criticize all you want they are gaining the necessary experience to learn the pro game. And ask Rob Bell, sometimes these so-called "bums" walk out with wins.

Brian said...

Sadler too has been removed from the card due to injury

Anonymous said...

Jeter Promotions seems to be putting together way better bouts than sorry ass Keystone! Brian, take notes from Jeter on how to match fights you sorry fat ass cc! His shows are exciting and have local talent whose records are comparable... None of that D.C. commission lopsided shit you put on in your circus shows you Corky looking bama!

Anonymous said...

You are so dumb, it was Brian who matched Jeter's card also. For some reason, you are so jealous of Brian. WTF

Anonymous said...

This just shows how ignorant this dude really is. Unreal!

Anonymous said...

When people start hating like this guy, is not even worth responding to him or her. In my opinion, this card has good local talent from start to end. As far as the match ups, they are just getting started, so the matchmaking is on point.

Ray said...

I was wondering if the Parkers going to have some of those iphone 5 for sale at this event?

Anonymous said...

Brian didnt do tonys match making this time

Anonymous said...

yeah how many you need.