By Gary “Digital” Williams and Juan Marshall
Stevensville, MD middleweight Tony “Mo Better” Jeter successfully defended his WBC Fecarbox Middleweight title with a second-round TKO of Tyrel Brown of Gibson, OK in front of a highly-partisan crowd at Club One Fitness in Millersville, MD. The bout was stopped at 1:15 of the second. Jeter, who is ranked 15th in the world by the WBC and whose Jeter Promotions promoted the card, raises his record to 16-3-1, 11 KOs. Brown falls to 7-4. seven KOs.
In the co-feature, Baltimore, MD welterweight James Keep ‘Em Sleepin'” Stevenson remained undefeated with a second-round stoppage of Joshua Robertson of Lynchburg, VA. Stevenson earned the stoppage at 2:58. Stevenson is now 19-0, 12 KOs while Robertson drops to 5-2, one KO.
Washington, DC lightweight Joshua Davis won a four-round unanimous decision over the debuting Darus Somieari of Roanoke, VA. Davis won by shutout (40-36) on two judge’s card and 39-37 on the other to raise his record to 4-0, two KOs.
In a battle of veteran Beltway junior middleweights, Dontre “Pound For Pound” King of Cambridge, MD scored a first-round TKO of Laurel, MD’s Norman “The Shadow” Allen. King dropped Allen in the first minute of the round and went on to the win stopping Allen at 2:48. King is now 7-14-1, three KOs while Allen falls to 6-10, three KOs.
Salisbury, MD super middleweight Monreco Goldston won a four-round unanimous decision over Jess “Thunder” Noriega of Lynchburg, VA. All three judges scored the bout 39-37 for Goldston who is now 2-0. Noriega is now 1-5, one KO.
Baltimore, MD junior middleweight Jeremy “The Truth” Trussell made his long-awaited pro debut a successful one with a third-round TKO over the equally-debuting Nycholas Ellerbie of Ashburn, VA. Trussell stopped Ellerbie at 1:16 of the third.
Arlington, VA cruiserweight Albi Sadikaj also made a successful debut with a third-round stoppage of Damion Reed of Danville, VA. The bout was stopped at 2:13 of the third. Reed is now 2-13-1, one KO.