For the second time in four months, Joey Dawejko won a unanimous
decision over Colby Madison in a heavyweight bout a Live! Casino &
Hotel Philadelphia. The eight-round win garnered Dawejko the WBC
U.S. Heavyweight title and headlined an eight-bout card that was
promoted by King's Promotions.
Dawejko dominated the action by landing quick power shots that
kept Madison at bay. Dawejko's shots had Madison thinking twice
about trying to attack. in round eight, Dawejko scored two
knockdowns to sew up the victory.
Dawejko, of Philadelphia, won by scores of 80-70 (Dewey LaRosa),
79-71 (Anthony Lundy) and 78-72 (Marc Werlinsky) and is now 26-10-4,
14 KOs. Madison, of Baltimore, is 11-6-2, 7 KOs. The referee was
Eric Dali. The fight was a rematch of a May 2nd fight which Dawejko
also won by unanimous six-round decision at the same venue.
ALBRIGHT STUNS LAYTON
Quadir Albright dropped Demarcus Layton twice en-route to an 82
second stoppage in a six-round welterweight bout. Albright, of
Philadelphia, is 9-1 with nine knockouts. Layton, of Little Rock,
Arkansas is 9-6-1, 6 KOs. The referee was Harvey Dock.
WILLIAMS SHOCKS O'CALLAGHAN
Dewayne Williams scored a mild upset as he stopped Brendan
O'Callaghan in round two of their six-round middleweight bout. The
time of the stoppage was 42 seconds. Williams, of Philadelphia, is
now 4-7-1 with four knockouts. O'Callaghan of Philadelphia is 5-3-1,
2 KOs. The referee was Eric Dali.
McTAMNEY WINS DEBUT
Jackie McTamney made a successful pro debut with a fourth and final
round stoppage over Brittany Dukes in a featherweight bout. The time
of the stoppage was 59 seconds of the final frame for the
Philadelphia native McTamney who is 1-0 with one knockout. Dukes of
Kansas City is 0-5-1. The referee was Harvey Dock.
WATSON DEFEATS ZWICHAROWSKI
Tevon Watson dropped Tyler Zwicharowski three times (once in the
first and twice in the second), and that was the difference in their
four-round middleweight bout. Watson, of Fort Worth, Texas took the
unanimous decision by scores of 38-35 on all cards (Dewey LaRosa,
Anthony Lundy & Marc Werlinsky) to go to 1-0. Zwicharowski, of
Philadelphia, is 1-2, 1 KO. The referee was Eric Dali.
JOHNS UPSETS ROBINSON
Najeem Johns won a six-round unanimous decision over Muhammad
Robinson in a battle of undefeated super lightweights. Johns, of
Philadelphia, won by scores of 60-54 (Dewey LaRosa) and 59-55 twice
(Bernard Bruni & Anthony Lundy) and is now 5-0, 4 KOs. Robinson of
Baltimore is 6-1, 2 KOs. The referee was Harvey Dock.
MORRISON TOPS FLOYD AGAIN
Canar Morrison won a four-round unanimous decision over Vincent
Floyd in a middleweight bout. Morrison, of Harrisburg, PA, won by
scores of 40-36 twice (Anthony Lundy & Marc Werlinsky) and 40-35
(Bernard Bruni) and is now 5-1, 2 KOs. Floyd, of Philadelphia, is
5-16-1, 3 KOs. The referee was Eric Dali. Morrison's win was his
second in a row against Floyd, having defeated him by fourth-round
TKO in March.
ROBINSON DECISIONS OLMEDA
Ibrahim Robinson took a six-round unanimous decision over Elizer
Olmeda in a welterweight fight. Robinson, of Baltimore, won by
tallies of 60-53 twice (Bernard Bruni & Marc Werlinsky) and 59-54
(Dewey LaRosa) and is 6-0-1, 5 KOs. Olmeda, of Gloucester, NJ, is
3-4. The referee was Harvey Dock.