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Boxing News: Late Results from Hanover, Maryland » June 27, 2023 – Fight News

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Junior welterweight Greg Outlaw Jr, (12-1, 6 KOs) pounded out an eight-round unanimous over Willie Shaw (14-5, 10 KOs) in the headline at The Hall! At Live Casino Hotel Maryland. The 13 fight card was the 10th huge crowd delivered by Jeter Promotions. Outlaw landed solid uppercuts and body shots, and put together eight complete rounds against the durable Shaw. Outlaw of Bowie, Maryland won by scores of 79-73 and 78-74 twice.
Upstart super lightweight Joseph Veazey made quick work of veteran Danny Murray as he registered a first-round stoppage in their scheduled six-round ABF Atlantic Title bout. Veazey dropped Murray with a thunderous left hook to the body and the bout stopped at 1:24. Veazey of South Baltimore, Maryland is now 9-0 with six knockouts. Veazey seems like a prospect who is ready to step up and fight on a televised platform.
Francois Scarboro Jr. stopped Jorge Osvaldo Bargallo in the fourth and final round of their super featherweight bout. The time of the stoppage was 2:00 for Scarboro of Cheverly, Maryland and is now 4-0 with three knockouts.
Micah Terrill made a successful boxing debut with a third round stoppage over Keynan Williams in their four-round light heavyweight battle. Terrill finished off Williams with a body shot at 2:15. Terrill, who is also an MMA fighter from Edgewater, Maryland is 1-0 with one knockout.
Francis Oran won a four-round unanimous decision over Charles Johnson in a heavyweight bout. Oran of Bethlehem, PA is promoted by Jeter Promotions and King’s Promotions won by shutout scores of 40-36 on all cards and is now 2-0.
Jeffrey Yu remained undefeated with a first-round stoppage over Cary Caprio in their four-round super featherweight bout. Yu of Vienna, Virginia got the stoppage at 59 seconds to improve to 2-0 with two knockouts.
Vincent Mosca won a second round stoppage over Albert Tulley in a scheduled four-round light heavyweight bout. The time of the finish was 2:48 for Mosca of Nottingham, Maryland and is now 2-0 with one knockout.
Jaqeem Hutcherson had to get up off the canvas and made it three wins over Prentice Canada as he grinded out a six-round unanimous decision to win the ABF Atlantic featherweight title. In the opening frame, Canada landed a left hook that made Hutcherson’s glove touch the canvas for a ruled knockdown. It was a close fight throughout that saw Hutcherson eek out several rounds for the victory. Hutcherson of Capitol Heights, Maryland won by scores of 59-55, 59-55 and 57-56 and is now 7-1-1.
In an entertaining super bantamweight, Ervin Fuller III won his pro debut with a four-round unanimous decision over fellow debutant Alejandro Leon. Fuller of Fort Washington, Maryland won by scores of 40-36 twice and 39-37.
Ahmad Jones remained undefeated with a four-round unanimous decision over Michael Crain in a super lightweight fight. Jones dropped Crain in the opening round. Crain battled back but came up short as Jones took the cards by tally’s of 39-36 twice and 39-35. Jones of Baltimore is now 4-0.
Colby Madison stopped Darryl Clark after round one of their six-round heavyweight bout. Madison dropped Clark three-times in the opening frame and the bout was stopped in between rounds one and two. Madison of Baltimore is 11-4-2 with seven knockouts.
Vitalii Gubkin won a six-round majority decision over veteran Christopher Brooker in a super middleweight fight.
Gubkin of Alexandria, Virginia won by scores of 60-54, 58-56 and 57-57 and is now 6-3-1. Brooker of Philadelphia is 16-13.
Derrick Vann took his second split decision from AJ Williams in what some ringsiders have called a disputed victory. Vann of Philadelphia took two cards by scores of 58-56, while Williams won a card 58-56. Vann is now 4-6. Williams of Baltimore is 6-3.
Jeter Promotions is comprised of husband and wife team, Tony and Christen Jeter
The Matchmaker was Nick Tiberi.
Let’s how this ends up

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Conor Benn made a successful return to the ring following a 17-month layoff by defeating Rodolfo Orozco via unanimous decision Saturday night in Orlando, Florida, and live on DAZN.
With the victory, "The Destroyer" has plenty of options for a next fight, with a short turnaround for December being the targeted timeframe.
That being said, DAZN put together this short list of possible opponents for the undefeated junior middleweight, who's also comfortable fighting at 147 and 160 pounds.
Despite Benn coasting to a unanimous decision victory over Orozco on Saturday night, Chris Eubank Jr. wasn't exactly impressed with "The Destroyer's" performance.
Eubank took to his X account and posted yawning and sleeping emojis:
Benn caught wind of Eubank's post and responded:
Plus, December in London sounds like a great fit with both British boxers essentially being on the same schedule, as Eubank just defeated Liam Smith in their rematch earlier this month.
With Jermell Charlo set to fight Canelo Alvarez on Saturday night and Terence Crawford expressing interest in fighting the winner of that bout, Tim Tszyu could be looking at a wait to fight the junior middleweight ruler in Charlo as he has been coveting to do.
Well, such a scenario could create the need for a big-name opponent to be booked against Tszyu and Benn would fit that bill. Both Tszyu (23-0, 17 KOs) and Benn (21-0, 14 KOs) are undefeated and ultra physical in their styles, making their possible in-ring pairing all the more mouthwatering.
It might be a longshot to land, but Benn has called out the winner of the upcoming Terence Crawford-Errol Spence Jr. rematch for a fight.
Complications to making this happen would be the winner moving on to an even bigger fight with more money at stake.
But for whatever it's worth, Benn did tell Fight Hub TV that he's more than willing to come to the United States and fight the Crawford-Spence 2 winner.

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By Brad Snyder at ringside
In a lightweight special feature, 19-year-old southpaw Abdullah Mason (9-0, 8 KOs) impressively knocked out Alex de Oliveira (20-5, 14 KOs) in the second round. Time was 2:18.
Unbeaten junior wlterweight Tiger Johnson (9-0, 5 KOs) defeated Jonathan Montrel (15-2, 10 KOs) by UD (80-72, 80-72, 80-72) over eight rounds.
Dante Benjamin Jr. (7-0, 5 KOs) exploded out of the gate to score a knockdown, then get a stoppage right after his opponent, Mirady Zola got up.  The light heavyweight contest ended with the TKO at the 1:56 mark of the first round.  The loss drops Zola to (4-3, 1 KO).
Super middleweight DeAndre Ware (16-4-2, 9 KOs) won by six round unanimous decision (58-56, 59-55, 59-55) over Decarlo Perez (19-9-1, 6 KOs).
Rance Ward touched leather to the face of fellow junior middleweight Husam Al Mashhadi, often, over six rounds. Ward appeared fresh and was able to walk Mashhadi down during the six rounds to take the majority decision (57-57, 58-56, 59-55) victory and improve to (8-5-1, 2 KOs). Meanwhile, it’s back to the drawing board for Mashhadi (6-1, 6 KOs), who suffered his first loss.
Junior Middleweight Nicklaus Flaz (11-2, 7 KOs) won a close fight by majority decision (76-76, 78-74, 77-75) over previously unbeaten Jahi Tucker (10-1, 5 KOs). The fight, which went all eight rounds, had moments where both fighters showed some ability to throw combinations.
Junior Lightweight Tyler McCreary (18-2-1, 8KOs) got the hometown crowd excited by landing strong left hooks to the body, left hooks to the head, and a strong right cross to his opponent, Deivi Julio (26-14, 16 KOs). Julio, who fought hard, did not have enough to sway the judges. The judges all saw the fight in favor of McCreary (59-54, 57-56, 57-56).
Why isnt this garbage on TV anywhere??
It’s on ESPN+
de Oliveira was embarrassing. Just stood there smiling and waiting to be hit. The ref literally had to tell him to fight back in round 1.
As boxing fans we’re all used to shocking mismatches… but ESPN take it to a new level.
I will keep an eye on Mason and see what develops for him.

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