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February 25, 2013


Malik Scott D10 Vyaceslav Glazkov... On an NBC Sports Network main event, heavyweights Malik Scott of Philadelphia and the Ukraine's  Vyacheslav "Czar" Glazkov battled to a ten-round draw. Scores were 98-92 for Scott, 96-94 for Glazkov and 95-95. Scott, who turned pro in 2000, is now 35-0-1 with 12 KOs) while Glazkov's pro mark now stands at 14-0-1 with 10 KO.  source: star boxing

Chris Algieri W10 Jose Peralta... Fighting in his hometown of Huntington, New York, Chris Algieri captured a ten-round decision over Jose "Mangu" Peralta of New Jersey in a junior welterweight bout. Official scores were 98-92, 97-93 and 96-94. With the win, Algieri stayed undefeated with a record of 16-0 while Peralta falls to 10-2.  source: star boxing

Fighting for the sixth time at The Paramount, Cletus "The Hebrew Hammer" Seldin scored his eighth straight knockout victory by stopping New York City's Jonathan Cuba with a massive overhand right, which quickly stopped the action in the third round. With the win Seldin improved to 11-0 with 9 KOs, while Cuba fell to 6-5-1 with 4 KOs.
In a scheduled eight-round junior welterweight tilt, Issouf Kinda (16-0 with 6 KOs) knocked out Phoenix, Arizona native Javier Loya in the second round, dropping him twice before the bout was halted. Loya's record is now 7-2 with 2 KOs.
In a four-round lightweight bout, Huntington, New York newcomer, 22-year-old Alan Gotay improved to 4-0 with a unanimous decision win over Cincinnati's Micah Branch, now 1-4-1. Scores were 38-37 on all three scorecards. 
Junior welterweight Anthony Karperis of Hicksville, New York fell to 3-1, dropping a four-round unanimous decision to Justin Johnson 5-4-4, of Clairton, Pennsylvania.
Rounding out the card, Philadelphia's Karl Dargan stayed undefeated taking a six-round split decision win over junior welterweight Rameses Gil, 8-6-5 of the Dominican Republic. Scores were 58-56, 57-56 and 56-57. source for all results above: star boxing
Dusty Hernandez-Harrison W6 Aaron Anderson...
Teenage welterweight Dusty Hernandez-Harrison of Washington, D.C., scored a six-round unanimous decision win over Aaron Anderson Saturday in Tunica, Mississippi. In the final round, the eighteen year-old Hernandez  verged on stopping Anderson, whose record sinks to an atrocious 2-20. With the dominating 60-54 shutout victory, Hernandez-Harrison improves to 13-0 with 8 KOs. “I couldn’t be happier with his performance,” said Dusty's father and trainer, Buddy Harrison. “This guy likes to clown around and throw fighters off their game, but Dusty handled it great and didn’t get frustrated by his antics.” One of those antics included Anderson storming Dusty's corner following round three resulting in a brief melee, but those tactics didn’t work and Dusty maintained his composure and controlled the rest of the bout. source: jeff fried press release

Artemio Reyes Jr. KO2 Rodolfo Armenta... In Orange County, California over the weekend, San Bernardino's Artemio "The King" Reyes Jr. (19-2, 15 KOs) knocked out Arizona's Rodolfo "Bam Bam" Armenta (12-10-1) with a quick left hook near the middle of the second round.   Referee Wayne Hedgepeth stopped the fight with Armenta still on the canvas. source: thompson boxing
Chris Martin W8 Jose Beranza ... In the main event of the same show, San Diego's Chris "Marvelous" Martin (26-2-3, 8 KOs) avenged his loss to Mexico's Jose Beranza (35-26-2, 27 KOs) to win by unanimous decision after eight rounds. Martin scored a knockdown in round five with a straight combination and that proved the difference in the fight. Beranza, knowing he was behind, put up a valiant effort during the last three rounds and Martin seemed to be out-hustled by his opponent's busier work. The judges scored it 78-73 and 76-75 (twice) for Martin. source: thompson boxing

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