PHILLY BOXING HISTORY - September 17, 2022  
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COX KAYOS BUTLER
 
Recap by John DiSanto
Photos by Darryl Cobb Jr. / Instagram: @darrylcobb
 

 
 
 


Diane Lee Fisher's Dee Lee Promotions returned with a seven-bout show Saturday night at the Chase Fieldhouse in Wilmington, DE. In the main event, Maryland-based German southpaw Dante Cox scored a second-round TKO over Brooklyn southpaw Raekwon Butler in their scheduled eight-round lightweight bout. Referee Eric Dali stopped the fight at 2:58 of round two. The win improved Cox' record to 9-2, 6 KOs. Butler fell to 5-3, 3 KOs.


CAMARA KAYOS VEGA
Montreal lightweight Jessica Camara made short work of Josefina Vega of Ecuador in the scheduled six-round semi-final. Camara quickly knocked down Vega and referee Eric Dali stopped the fight after just 40 seconds. Camara (10-3, 2 KOs) won her second straight bout by knockout. Vega fell to 9-5, 4 KOs.


OWUSU WINS MINOR BELT

Eslih Owusu, Worcester, MA, defeated DeWayne Williams by six-round unanimous decision. All three judges, Eric Irizary, Tony Lundy and Paul Wallace favored Owusu. The victory earned Owusu (8-1, 4 KOs) the vacant American Boxing Federation Mid-American middleweight belt. Williams slipped to 3-5-1, 3 KOs.


GERULA WINS DECISION

Winnipeg middleweight Olivia Gerula (19-19-3, 3 KOs) scored a four-round unanimous decision over Logan Holler (9-2-1, 3 KOs), Columbia, SC. Judges Eric Irizary, Tony Lundy and Paul Wallace all scored the fight for Gerula.


HOLDEN DEFEATS VET

Wilmington's Jalique Holden won his second straight fight (2-0, 1 KO) with a four-round unanimous decision over Charles Clark of Dallas (3-13-1, 1 KO & 1 No Contest). The referee was Eric Dali and the judges were Irizarry, Lundy and Wallace. 


GONZALEZ WIN IN 40 SECONDS

Middleweight Carlos Gonzalez scored his second straight knockout (2-0, 2 KOs) with a first round stoppage of Antonio Lucaine of Mount Vernon, NY. Gonzalez dropped Lucaine along the ropes and referee Eric Dali halted the fight without a count after 40 seconds.


GREEN SPOILS DEBUT

Philly southpaw Tariq Green scored a four-round unanimous decision over debuting Yohanes Rezene of Lanham, MD. Judges Irizarry, Lundy and Wallace all saw Green as the winner. The win raised Green's record to 2-1, while Rezene fell to 0-1. The referee was Eric Dali.

   
 

 

 
 


John DiSanto - Wilmington, DE - September 17, 2022
 

 
     
 

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