Sunday, August 04, 2013

Recap From Millersville!

Here is a recap from the Jeter Promotions card at Club One Fitness in Millersville, MD:

Stevensville, MD middleweight Tony "Mo Better" Jeter successfully defended his WBC Fecarbox Middleweight title with a second-round TKO of Tyrel Brown of Gibson, OK. The bout was stopped at 1:15 of the second.  Jeter raises his record to 16-3-1, 11 KO's.  Brown falls to 7-4. seven KO's.

In the co-feature, Baltimore, MD welterweight James Keep 'Em Sleepin'" Stevenson remained undefeated with a second-round stoppage of Joshua Robertson of Lynchburg, VA.  Stevenson earned the stoppage at 2:58.  Stevenson is now 19-0, 12 KO's while Robertson drops to 5-2, one KO.

Washington, DC lightweight Joshua Davis won a four-round unanimous decision over the debuting Darus Somieari of Roanoke, VA.  Davis won by shutout (40-36) on two judge's card and 39-37 on the other to raise his record to 4-0, two KO's.

In a battle of veteran Beltway junior middleweights, Dontre "Pound For Pound" King of Cambridge, MD scored a first-round TKO of Laurel, MD's Norman "The Shadow" Allen.   King dropped Allen in the first minute of the round and went on to the win stopping Allen at 2:48.  King is now 7-14-1, three KO's while Allen falls to 6-10, three KO's.

Salisbury, MD super middleweight Monreco Goldston won a four-round unanimous decision over Jess "Thunder" Noriega of Lynchburg, VA.  All three judges scored the bout 39-37 for Goldston who is now 2-0.  Noriega is now 1-5, one KO.

Baltimore, MD junior middleweight Jeremy "The Truth" Trussell made his long-awaited pro debut a successful one with a third-round TKO over the equally-debuting Nycholas Ellerbie of Ashburn, VA.  Trussell stopped Ellerbie at 1:16 of the third.

Arlington, VA cruiserweight Albi Sadikaj also made a successful debut with a third-round stoppage of Damion Reed of Danville, VA.  The bout was stopped at 2:13 of the third.  Reed is now 2-13-1, one KO.

As you know, I was not at the card in Millersville.  Let me thank Juan Marshall for the yeoman job he did last night in covering the card for both his blog and mine.  It was a tough position I put him in and I apologize publicly for that.  We will make adjustments for next week's card in DC that will have you go to ProAm Fight Talk first before you come here for the results.  Also, thanks to DC Boxing Hall of Famers "The Fight Doctor" Jerome Spears and Henry "Discombobulating" Jones for their assistance.

Not being at the card made me deeply appreciate the live blogging that we do for the bouts.  I was able to keep abreast of what was going on with the show in a very timely matter.

In a few weeks, I will make an announcement that will alter much of what we do at many of the cards going forward. Much of this is set but there are some last-minute details to work out, so I can't make the announcement yet.  The announcement will be made by the end of this month.


Anonymous said...

I wish there was a card where the two best fighters in the DMV in each division fought each other. Most card in the beltway consist of early ko's and unanimous decisions with prospects building up records against bums. Imagine how good this card would be with competitive fights.

Tony Thompson vs. Seth Mitchell Heavyweight
Alex Guerrero vs. Nick Kisner Cruiserweight
Thomas Williams vs. Frankie Filippone Lgt Heavyweight
Sigmon vs. Benson which is already happening Sept 7 at super middleweight
Fernando Guerrero vs. Tony Jeter Middleweight
Jimmy Lange vs. Cecil McCalla Jr Middleweight
James Stevenson vs. Dusty Harrison Welterweight
Lamont Peterson vs. DeMarcus Corley Jr Welter
Dorin Spivey vs. Ty Barnett Lightweight
Gary Russel Jr. vs. Kevin Rivers Super Featherweight
Eric Aiken vs. Gervonta Davis Featherweight

Anonymous said...

And the card would take place at a sold out crowd of 20,000 plus at Verizon Center in DC

Gary Digital Williams said...

If you look up a post I did years ago called "Can the Beltway have its own Supercard?" or something to that effect. This is something that has been talked about for quite some time. The problem is the number of egos involved, not to mention the money involved.

Anonymous said...

Tony Ko's Seth
Alex Dec Nick
Filipone Ko's Williams
Sigman Ko's Benson
Fernando TKO's Jeter
Cecil Dec Lange
Stevenson Dec Harrison
Corley Stops Peterson
Spivey Ko's Barnett
River Ko's Russell
Aikin Dec Davis

Anonymous said...

No way Alex wins a decision against Nick. Sigmon can't punch a luck no way he beats Phil, and definitely no way he knocks him out. Barnett stops Spivey easy. You are insane if you think Rivers would last 2 rounds with Russell in a ring with no headgear and 8 oz gloves on. And how do you not include Manny in this he is in the top five of all fighters in the area

Anonymous said...

Manny who? The only Manny that is good in boxing is Pacquiao and he isn't even American yet alone from the DMV

Gary Digital Williams said...

Emmanuel Taylor from Baltimore. A junior middleweight.

Anonymous said...

Emmanuel Taylor is a light welterweight/welterweight.
How about adding Emmanuel Taylor vs. Anthony Peterson

Gary Digital Williams said...

Yes he is a junior welter.

Anonymous said...

tony jeter is a fucking joke, who pays for his fighters to take falls.

Anonymous said...

Sigmon you had to be the one to put this list together.
Who the hell in their right mind would put you on this list other than you.
Quit trying to keep yourself in the mix by including your name with these very good fighters
You are a deceiving fucking busy body who is trying to make money
in the sport any way you can.
let somebody else pick your opponets without you calling the opponent and working some kind of deal.

P.S. Manny is the man,he has proven it more than once