Monday, May 28, 2018

More Beltway Bouts Coming In June!

As we said earlier, there are a number of Beltway Boxers that will be competing in June.  Here are some more bouts scheduled for the sixth month of the year:

Saturday, June 2 -- Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City, NJ.  Undefeated Bowie, MD super lightweight Greg "The Sharpshooter" Outlaw battles Dan Murphy of Lanoka Harbor, NJ in a six-round encounter.  Outlaw (4-0, one KO) competes for the first time since winning a six-round unanimous decision over Sidney Maccow on September 9th in Queens, NY.  Murphy (3-1) had a no-decision in his last outing on March 10 at the Claridge Hotel in Atlantic City when his opponent suffered a shoulder injury in the first round.

Friday, June 8 -- Paramount Theatre, Huntington, NY.  Haymarket, VA super lightweight Juan De La Cruz Rodriguez will be in a six-round bout against John Hernandez of Huntington.  Rodriguez (8-8-1, six KO's) makes his second straight trip to the Paramount after suffering a fifth-round TKO against Daniel Gonzalez on March 16th.  Hernandez (8-3, one KO) will be trying to break a two-bout losing streak.  

Saturday, June 9 -- Kings Theatre, Brooklyn, NY.  Capitol Heights, MD bantamweight Thomas "KO" Snow will face undefeated Duke "The Baby-Faced Terminator" Micah of Accra, Ghana in a 10-round contest for Micah's WBC International Bantamweight title. Snow (19-3, 12 KO's) last fought on October 14th and won a six-round unanimous decision over Stephon McIntyre in Springfield, VA.  Micah (21-0, 18 KO's) makes the second defense of his title that he won in March of 2017.  Micah's first defense saw him win a 10-round majority decision over Jose Santos Gonzalez on November 18th in Queens, NY.

Saturday, June 9-- Fitz Casino and Hotel, Tunica, MS.  Baltimore, MD cruiserweight "Slick" Nick Kisner returns in a six-rounder against Jay Williams of West Monroe, LA.  Kisner (20-4-1, six KO's) comes off a 10-round unanimous decision over Brian Holstein on March 3rd in Columbus, OH.  Williams (4-8) has not fought since December of 2016 when he won a six-round split decision over Manjaro Hills in Baton Rouge, LA.

Saturday, June 16 -- The Coliseum, St. Petersburg, FL.  Washington, DC lightweight Jordan "Da Kidd" Peters will be in a six-round bout against Ricky Tomlinson of Thonotasassa, FL.  Peters (2-2-1, two KO's) will look to break a two-bout losing streak that includes a second-round TKO loss to Joshafat Ortiz on May 11th in Philadelphia, PA.  Tomlinson (6-3-2, two KO's) will face a Beltway Boxer for the second straight time.  Tomlinson won a four-round unanimous decision over Ernest Hall on March 3rd in Clearwater, FL.

Saturday, June 30 -- Center Stage @ NoDa, Charlotte, NC.  Baltimore, MD middleweight Maxell "The General" Taylor returns to the ring after an almost four-year absence to participate in a four-round bout against an opponent to be determined.  Taylor (18-10-1, eight KO's) has not fought since losing by first-round TKO to Joe Smith, Jr. in December of 2014 in Huntington, NY.

As always, these bouts are subject to change without notice.  If they change, we will let you know.

4 comments:

Cmfboxva said...

Biggest June bout of them all, June 22nd Tori Nelson vs Christina Hammer for WBC, WBO Middlewight world titles. Masonic Temple Detroit Michigan. Primetime on Showtime.

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As we said earlier, there are a number of Beltway Boxers that will be competing in June. Here are some more bouts scheduled for the sixth month of the year











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Gary Digital Williams said...

I have the Nelson-Hammer bout in an earlier post.

Gary Digital Williams said...

Actually, the Nelson-Hammer will only be shown as highlights on that telecast. They are not showing that bout in its entirety, unfortunately.