The opponent for Mike "Yes, Indeed" Reed on Friday, March 18th at the 2300 Arena in Philadelphia, PA has changed. Reed will now face Samuel "Bruno" Amoako, a native of Accra, Ghana who now fights out of Silver Spring, MD. The bout will still be scheduled for eight rounds.
Amoako (21-8, 15 KO's) last fought on February 19 and lost an eight-round unanimous decision to Tony Luis in Sloan, IA.
Meanwhile, the Mayweather Promotions/Headbangers Promotions/About Billions Promotions card on Friday, April 1 at the DC Armory is starting to come together.
One of the feature bouts will involve undefeated Baltimore, MD super featherweight Gervonta "Tank" Davis who will be in a scheduled 10-round contest against Guillermo "El Borrego" Avila of Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico. Davis (14-0, 13 KO's) scored a tough ninth-round TKO over Luis Sanchez on December 18 in Las Vegas, NV. Avila (16-5, 13 KO's) recently broke a two-bout losing streak by scoring a fourth-round TKO over Antonio Torres on December 21 in Tijuana.
Undefeated DC welterweight Kareem "Reemo" Martin will face Somner Martin of Martinsville, VA in a six-round bout.
Kareem Martin (7-0-1, three KO's) won a six-round unanimous decision over Tevin Watts in his last outing on December 3 in Costa Mesa, CA. Somner Martin (5-1, three KO's) won his last bout in Salem, VA on February 6.
Also on the card, highly-touted Toledo, OH lightweight prospect Robert Easter looks to remain undefeated when he faces Algenis Mendez of Brooklyn, NY in a 10-round bout. Easter (16-0, 13 KO's) is coming off a third-round TKO over Juan Ramon Solis on October 3 in Cincinnati, OH. Easter makes his third trip to DC -- he last fought in the Nation's Capitol on August 28 and scored a sixth-round TKO over Osumanu Akaba at the Washington Convention Center.
Mendez (23-3-1, 12 KO's) is a native of the Dominican Republic who once challenged for the IBF Super Featherweight title. Mendez lost a 12-round unanimous decision to Rances Barthelemy in July of 2014. In his last outing, Mendez won a 10-round unanimous decision over Miguel Vazquez on October 6 in San Antonio, TX.
Las Vegas super middleweight J'Leon Love will be in another 10-rounder against "The Amazing" Michael Gbenga of Accra, Ghana by way of Lagos, Nigeria. Love (21-1, 11 KO's) last fought on September 29 and won a 10-round unanimous decision over Marcus Upshaw in Las Vegas. Gbenga (21-24, 20 KO's) broke an eight-bout losing streak in his last contest, winning a six-round majority decision over Marcus Vinicius De Oliveira on February 20 in Camel Rock, NM. In 2014, Gbenga lost back-to-back bouts to Beltway Boxers Thomas Williams, Jr. and Phil Jackson-Benson. Gbenga dropped a 10-round unanimous decision to Williams and was stopped in the seventh round by Jackson-Benson.
There are bouts scheduled for Beltway Boxers Demond Nicholson and Shynggskhan Tazhibay on this card.