Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Jeter Title Bout Becomes Rematch on August 3!

Because of visa issues coming from Mexico to the US, Victor Hugo Correa will not be facing Tony "Mo Better" Jeter for the WBC Fecarbox Middleweight title on Saturday, August 3 at Club One Fitness in Millersville, MD.

Jeter will still defend his title on the card and he will now face a familiar foe -- the man he won the then-vacant title against, Tyrel Brown of Gibson, OK.  Brown (7-3, seven KO's) has not fought since losing to Jeter by fifth-round TKO on September 22 at Club One.  This bout is slated for 10 rounds.

One other change on the card -- the bout between locals Jerrell Harris and Barry Trotter is off the card.

Don't forget.  Juan Marshall of ProAm Fight Talk will have complete coverage of the card on Saturday night.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

I am sure Juan will do a great job. Who is going to do the post fight wrap-up with him? Maybe Tony can pull triple duty; promote, fight, and coverage...

Anonymous said...

I was really excited about this card when I first heard about it , but its starting to smell! jerrell harris trainer should have never took that fight. Atleast he had enough sense to pull out. barry would have beat the brakes off that kid.I would like to see tony jeter fight barry.It wont happen cuz barry can fight.

jarell said...

Nah i pulled out bcuz i messed my right wrist up while training but im not bout to go back in forward with you on this joint ikno how this shit work but on the next up coming fight card we going make this fight happen u jus be there to witness barry get that ass whipped nigga in stop dick riding but ikno who this is anyway the same ole nigga stay on this joint talking shit but anyway have a good homie in continue to suck dick .... in this jarell

Anonymous said...

Fighters from Oklahoma travel and win about as often as fighters from Wilson, N.C.

Anonymous said...

WTF? Brown fought Jeter? Come one, this is just pitiful and call it Mr G or I will!

Gary Digital Williams said...

It was either that or no bout for Jeter, which could have meant losing his ranking. If you read the post, you would have known that Brown was not Jeter's original opponent. Please read the story. It unfortunately could not have been helped. Definitely not the ideal situation.