Boxing Result

Aquino batters Almanza

With HBO’s Harold Lederman sitting ringside among more than 400 fans who packed into the Lion’s Den Training Center Saturday night in Middletown, Connecticut, rising super bantamweight Danny Aquino of Meriden, Connecticut, raised his record to 12-1 (7 KOs) with a second round technical knockout of veteran Felipe Almanza of Lorica, Columbia in the main event of an exciting five bouts card. Almanza fell to 19-28-4 after absorbing a round and a half of vicious body shots from the up and coming Lion’s Den trained boxer.

Exciting welterweight Edwin Soto, New Haven, Conn.went to 9-0-2 with a TKO-4 of Kevin Womack Jr., Baltimore, Maryland, now 4-1-0

Super Middleweight Charles Foster, New Haven, Conn. went to 4-0 with a WUD-6 over Steven Tyner, Akron, Ohio, now 3-5-1

Lightweight Oscar Bonilla, New Haven, Conn. moved to 3-0-1 with a SD-4 Jamell Tyson, Rochester, NY, who goes to a deceiving 3-7-2

Super Bantamweight Nate Green, New Haven, Conn. upped his record to 3-0 with a second round TKO of Jesus Gonzales, of Bethlehem, Penn., now 0-2

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