The Ponytail Promotions card slated for Saturday, June 28 at Du Burns Arena in Baltimore, MD is coming together with more bouts being added.
There will be a second women's contest on the card as undefeated Baltimore, MD flyweight Tyrieshia "Lady Tiga" Douglas will battle Christina Fuentes of Laredo, TX in a six-round encounter. Douglas (3-0, one KO) has not fought since July 20 when she won a four-round unanimous decision over Marisol Miranda at Coppin State University in Baltimore. Fuentes (3-5-3) is a two-time former world title challenger who is coming off a four-round unanimous decision over Mikayla Nebel on March 14 in Hamilton Township, NJ.
Undefeated Laurel, MD middleweight Demond "D Best At It" Nicholson will participate in his first scheduled six-round bout when he takes on Lester "El Cubanito" Gonzalez of San Diego, CA by way of Havana, Cuba. Nicholson (6-0, six KO's) has only been out of the first round once and that was when he stopped his opponent in the second round in his pro debut. Gonzalez (12-13-4, six KO's) is looking to break a seven-bout losing streak.
Baltimore, MD featherweight Glenn Dezurn, Jr. returns to action on this card as he faces Cody Fuller of Tulsa, OK in a four-round contest. Dezurn (2-0, one KO) is coming off a first-round TKO over Carlos Alcala on October 18 in Fort Washington, MD. Fuller (1-2) won a four-round majority decision over Rockne Harris on April 5 in Fort Worth, TX.
Ashburn, VA lightweight Seth Billups is also on the card as he faces the very busy Benjamin "Wildcat" Olinga of DC in a four-round contest. Billups (2-0, two KO's) fought on the last Ponytail Promotions card on May 17 in Annandale, VA and stopped Anthony Dave in the first round. Olinga (1-6) just fought on the June 13 card at Rosecroft Raceway in Fort Washington, MD and lost a four-round majority decision to Myke Fox.
Already announced for this card are the main event --Tori "Sho Nuff" Nelson of Ashburn defending her WIBA Welterweight championship against "Notorious" Nicole Woods of Stone Mountain, GA as well as two other bouts -- a six-round bout between Willie "For Real" Williams of Baltimore and Frankie "The Freight Train" Fillipone of Norfolk, VA and a four-rounder between Baltimore's Jeremy "The Truth" Trussell and David Rohn of Villa Park, IL.
Baltimore boxers James "Keep Em' Sleepin'" Stevenson and Travis Reeves are still looking for opponents for this card.