Here are the results from the Jeter Promotions card held January 16 at the ABC Sports Complex in Springfield, VA -- a card that featured boxers that represented 12 states and the District of Columbia and six countries.
Gaithersburg, MD welterweight Gerome "GQ" Quigley successfully defended his Virginia State Welterweight title with a second-round TKO of Dwayne "Diesel" Shelton of Bumpass, VA.
Quigley broke down Shelton early in the contest leading to two right hands in the second that dropped Shelton twice. The bout ended at 1:58. Quigley remains undefeated at 12-0, 11 KO's while Shelton falls to 2-2-1.
Springfield junior middleweight Edgar "The Tiger" Torres captured a four-round unanimous decision over Henry Mercer of Tarboro, NC. Torres, originally from Mexico, was in control throughout the contest and won by shutout (40-36) on all three judge's cards. Torres is now 8-0-1, four KO's while Mercer is 1-4, one KO.
Dodie Boy Penalosa, Jr. a native of the Philippines who is now competing out of Rockville, MD, used a number of solid body shots to stop Szilveszter Ajtai of Hungary in the first round of a Bantamweight contest. The time of the stoppage was 2:22. Penalosa is 18-0, 14 KO's while Ajtai falls to 4-2-1, two KO's.
Undefeated Silver Spring, MD bantamweight Alexandru "Spartan" Marin stopped Robert Kanalas of Hungary in the second round. After a slow first round, Marin set up a crushing straight right hand that dropped Kanalas early in the second. Kanalas was able to get up from the knockdown but was soon met with a crushing right uppercut that forced the stoppage of the bout. Marin is now 10-0, seven KO's while Kanalas's record drops to 11-7, eight KO's.
Rockville, MD middleweight Francisco Bustos dropped Aloric Carson of Indianapolis, IN twice en route to a first-round TKO at 2:59. Bustos sent Carson to the canvas in the first minute with a left hand. Later in the round, a Bustos right hand knocked Carson to the canvas, stopping the contest. Bustos is now 3-0, two KO's while Carson is 0-10.
Glenarden, MD junior welterweight Drayvontay Speed-Rawls had to settle for a third-round technical draw with Jonathan "2 Gunz" Hernandez of Columbia, SC. During the third, the two boxers clashed heads causing a gash over Hernandez's left eye. The ringside doctor took a look at the cut and could not stop the bleeding and the bout was called off. Rawls is now 4-0-1, two KO's while Hernandez is 2-3-2, two KO's.
Junior welterweight Cobia "The Soldier" Breedy of Clinton, MD needed just 35 seconds to stop Jonathon Gears of Wilson, NC. Breedy caught Gears with a right hand to the body and dropped him. Gears decided that was enough. Breedy, a native of Barbados, is now 5-0, four KO's. Gears is 0-2.
In other bouts on the card, undefeated Albuquerque, NM super welterweight Brian "La Bala" Mendoza scored a second-round TKO over debuting Francisco Isata of Silver Spring, MD. Isata injured himself trying to throw a counter right hand Isata hurt his leg and could not continue. The bout was stopped at 2:49. Mendoza is now 12-0, eight KO's.
Cruiserweight Stivens "Superman" Bujaj of New York City won a six-round unanimous decision over Larry "Hitman" Pryor of Frederick, MD. Bujai, a native of Albania, kept Pryor off balance throughout the contest. Pryor landed some shots but not enough to be truly competitive. Bujai won by scores of 59-55 (twice) and 60-54. Bujai remains undefeated at 14-0-1, nine KO's while Pryor is 9-12, five KO's.
Chinese light heavyweight Meng "Cold Blood" Fenlong registered a first-round TKO over debuting Kenneth "Good To Go" Gaudreau of Sterling, VA. Meng, now fighting out of New Jersey, landed solid head and body shots with both hands dropping Gaudreau late in the round. Gaudreau could not beat the count and the stoppage came at 2:59. Meng is now 6-0, four KO's.
Heavyweight "Brutal" Brendan Barrett of Little Egg Harbor, NJ scored a crushing second-round TKO over Marquis Benson of Indianapolis, IN. Brendan continually found a home for his right hand, dropping Benson twice in the first round before completing the job at 1:16 of the second. Barrett is now 3-0-1, three KO's. Benson is 0-3.
Houston, TX super lightweight O'Shaquie "Ice Water" Foster bounced back from suffering his first pro loss with a fourth-round TKO of veteran Rynell Griffin of New Orleans, LA. Foster showed masterful use of the body shot dropping Griffin twice in the first round and once in the fourth, forcing the stoppage at 2:13. Foster, who was coming off an eight-round unanimous decision loss to Samuel Teah in November, is now 9-1, six KO's. Griffin falls to 7-24, two KO's.
"The White Tiger" Dustin Fleischer of Monmouth Beach, NJ won a six-round unanimous decision over Lionel Jimenez of East Moline, IL. Fleischer was in control of the bout using solid shots to the head and body. Fleischer, did have some issues with Jimenez's awkward style at times. Fleischer won the bout by scores of 40-36 (twice) and 39-37. Fleischer goes the distance for the first time in his young career as he raises his record to 6-0, five KO's. Jimenez, who has never been knocked out in his career, is now 2-9, two KO's.
Debuting welterweight Carlos Sanchez of San Felipe, Mexico made a successful pro debut with a first-round stoppage of Joshua Hinnant of Wilson, NC. Hinnant resembled Fred Sanford's battles with Aunt Esther in the old "Sanford and Son" series as he confronted Sanchez, who promptly hit Hinnant with left hands that caused the stoppage at 1:18. Hinnant is now 0-6 and is yet to get out of the first round.
Jeter Promotions promoted the card with Tony Jeter also serving as matchmaker. The ring announcer was "The Auctioneer" Brad Dudley.
Here is the complete podcast of the card including the Post-Fight Wrap-Up Show: