Sunday, March 03, 2013

Recap From Rosecroft!

Here is a full recap from the Keystone Boxing Card at Rosecroft Raceway in Fort Washington, MD:

Landover, MD light heavyweight Philip Jackson-Benson scored a first-round TKO over John "The Baptist" Terry of Portsmouth, VA.  Jackson-Benson dropped Terry twice -- first with a gorgeous body shot, then with a right hand to the head.  The bout was stopped at 1:24.  Jackson-Benson is now 11-1, 10 KO's while Terry falls to 4-27-3, one KO.

Forestville, MD junior middleweight Alantez "SlyAza" Fox won a six-round unanimous decision over Greg Hackett of Philadelphia, PA.  Fox scored a shutout on all three cards (60-54) to remain undefeated at 10-0-1, four KO's.  Hackett is 2-10.

Waldorf, MD junior welterweight Mike "Yes, Indeed" Reed made a very successful and explosive pro debut with a first-round TKO over Kareem McFarland of Philadelphia, PA.  Reed completed his demolition of McFarland with a brutal right hand that sent McFarland careening towards the ropes and almost out of the ring.  The bout was stopped at 2:43.  McFarland is now 1-2, one KO.

Bowie, MD super middleweight "The King's Son" Jerry Odom scored a first-round TKO over Craig "I'm a Beast" Boykin of Columbia, SC.  Odom dropped Boykin twice en route to the win at 2:50.  Odom is now 3-0, three KO's, one NC while Boykin is 0-2.

Accokeek, MD junior middleweight "Swift" Jarrett Hurd won a four-round unanimous decision over Thomas Baldwin of Jersey City, NJ.  Hurd was busier and more effective against a very tough Baldwin.  Hurd won by scores of 40-36 (twice) and 39-37.  Hurd is now 5-0, three KO's and Boykin is now 2-1-2, one KO.

Palmer Park, MD senior lightweight Kevin "K-Smoov" Rivers, Jr. scored an explosive second-round TKO over Antonio Sanchez of Columbia, SC.  Rivers wore Sanchez down throughout the contest and ended it with a solid right hand that made Sanchez slump down on the ropes.  The bout was stopped at 1:41 of the second round.  Rivers, Jr. is now 5-0, four KO's while Sanchez is now 1-1-1, one KO.

DC lightweight Joshua Davis stopped Benjamin "The Shadow" Burgos of Philadelphia, PA in the second round.  Davis landed a hard right hand that drove Burgos to the ropes where he pummeled Burgos until the bout was stopped at 32 seconds of the second.  Davis is now 3-0, two KO's while Burgos is 1-4.

The attendance was estimated at 750.

Here is the Post-Fight Wrap-Up from Rosecroft with Juan Marshall of ProAm Fight Talk.


Anonymous said...

What happen to Thomas Snow? Never hear of him bein active lately?

Gary Digital Williams said...

Snow is slated to be on a card on Friday, April 26 at the DC Star nightclub in DC. He is supposed to be battling for a WBU (World Boxing Union) title.

DMV Timmy said...

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