HILTON WINS SHUTOUT
Undefeated Trenton cruiserweight Mike Hilton (10-0, 7 KOs) shook off
almost two years of ring rust with a nearly flawless six round
unanimous decision victory over Bladimir Hernandez (20-15, 18 KOs)
Saturday night at the Cure Insurance Arena in Trenton, New Jersey.
Mike Hilton controlled the fight throughout by stepping in and out
of the pocket almost at will with short combinations. Hernandez was
game, but Hilton was just too fast for the thirty-five year old
veteran. All three judges scored the bout 60-54 in favor of Mike
“The Beast” Hilton.
BUNCH WINS IN FIRST
In the co-feature of the evening Trenton fan favorite Shinard
“Showtime” Bunch (7-1, 6 KOs) put the hometown crowd in an uproar
with a resounding opening round stoppage of Tanzanian Fabian Lyimo
23-12-2. 15 KO’s). The opening bell had barely finish ringing when a
crunching left sent Lyimo hurtling backwards to the canvas. Lyimo
beat the count but was in bad shape. Bunch jumped right on him with
four unanswered shots, forcing the bout to be waived off at the
thirty-five second mark of the opening round.
JULAN KAYOS MUNOZ
Undefeated light heavyweight Frederic “The French Revolution” Julan
upped his record to 12-0, 10 KOs with a spectacular second round
knockout of Fidel Munoz (39-22-1, 31 KOs). Munoz tried to push the
attack early in the second but a perfect counter right on the chin
from Julan put him on his back for the ten count at thirty- eight
seconds of the second round.
THOMAS SCORES QUICK TKO
Chris “Sandman” Thomas (15-1-1, 10 KOs) needed only a minute and
thirteen seconds to blow away Engelberto Valenzuela (12-17, 3 KOs).
Thomas was all over him right from the opening bell. A series of
hooks collapsed Valenzuela in the corner. He rose to his feet at the
eight count, but it would not matter as a straight one two
combination from the Sandman sent Valenzuela to the canvas for the
second and final time. Referee Eric Dali had seen enough and waived
the bout off at the 1:13 mark of the opening round, giving Thomas
the resounding TKO victory.
EVANS WINS DECISION
Philly middleweight Laquan “Q” Evans moved to (3-1, 1 KO) with a one
sided four round unanimous decision victory over 15 fight veteran
Alberto Delgado by scores of 40-34 across the board.
SOWIRKO BY KO
In the opening bout of the evening, undefeated cruiserweight Jakub
Sowirko (2-0, 1 KO) rocked Mike “Iron Man” Moore (1-2) with a big
right hand seconds into the fourth round and then sent him to the
canvas with a four punch flurry. Referee Eric Dali waived the bout
off without a count. The official time of the stoppage was 32
seconds of the fourth and final round.
The six-bout professional card
promoted by Silver Bow Promotions also had four exciting amateur
bouts to start of the evening. The matchmaker for the card was Renee