Bantamweight Dylan Price remained undefeated with
a scintillating performance in winning a 10-round unanimous decision
over tough Drew Correll to capture the NBA bantamweight title at a
sold out Elevations Event Center in Chester, Pennsylvania. The
six-bout card was promoted by Price Promotions.
Price came out fast, landing some wicked straight
rights against his tall southpaw opponent. Correll looked to
establish his long jab, and at times, he was successful. Price was
able to land some vicious combinations throughout the contest. He
mixed in hard body combinations with four and five flush punches to
Price cracked but could not break down the
steel-chinned Correll. Each time it seemed that Correll was
teetering on being in serious trouble, he would keep Price honest
with a little flurry of punches. Price's punches were accurate and
accompanied with speed and power. With his impressive performance,
Price came home with the victory and the title by scores of 99-91
(Tony Lundy) and 98-92 twice (Mark Consentino and John Poturaj). The
referee was Eric Dali.
Price of Sicklerville, New Jersey, is now 15-0,
10 KOs. Correll, of Danville, New Jersey, is 10-3, 8 KOs.
CHESTER NATIVE THRILLS HOMETOWN FANS
The co-feature saw Frankie Lynn of Chester need just 32 seconds to
dispose of Prince Francis in a one-sided battle of pro debuting
middleweights. Lynn, 1-0, 1 KO, dropped an overmatched Francis, 0-1,
twice before the fight was halted by referee Harvey Dock.
PETERSON WINS DEBUT
Erron Peterson used a vicious body assault to take out Jeremiah
Kendrick in round three of their scheduled four-round middleweight
fight. Peterson threw powerful punches to the side of Kendrick until
it was determined by referee Eric Dali, that he had taken enough
punishment for the evening. The time was 2:56 of round three.
Peterson of Philadelphia is 1-0 with one knockout. Kendrick, also of
Philadelphia, is 1-1.
HOLDEN WINS IN FIRST
Jalique Holden stopped Tyrique Gerald in round one of their
four-round lightweight contest. The time was 2:59 for Holden of
Delaware, who is 1-0. Gerald of Brooklyn, NY is 0-1. The referee was
OSUNDARIO WINS DECISION
Abimbola Osundairo put on a power-punching display and stopped Tariq
Green in round two of their four-round super middleweight bout. The
time of the stoppage by referee Eric Dali was 1:45 for Osundairo, of
Chicago, who is now 2-0 with one stoppage. Green, of Philadelphia,
NEWMOSE DEBUTS WITH DECISION
The card kicked off with Aaron Newmose winning a four-round split
decision over Jamir Anderson in a battle of debuting welterweight.
Newmose of Atlantic City won by scores of 39-37 twice (Tony Lundy
and John Poturaj), while Anderson won a card 39-37 (Mark