Derrick Webster TKO2 Lamar Harris... In Atlantic City, New Jersey, Derrick Webster took out Lamar Harris in round two of a super middleweight bout that headlined a six-bout card at The Claridge Hotel in Atlantic City. Webster (24-1 with 13 KOs) dropped Harris at the end of round one with a straight left hand. After that it was a matter of when Webster would end the night. Harris (9-14-4) came out to endure 28 seconds of pounding before the bout was stopped.
Badi Ajamu W8 Edgar Perez... Former 175-pound contender Prince Badi Ajamu shook eight years of ring rust to pound out an eight-round unanimous decision over Edgar Perez in a cruiserweight bout. Now fighting at 191 pounds, Ajamu, of Camden, NJ won by scores of 80-72 (twice) and 79-73.
Ajamu is now 28-3-1. Perez, from Chicago, is 7-22. Ajamu has been linked to a rematch with Roy Jones, Jr. who beat Ajamu back in 2006. Jones was ringside and believes that the fight could happen in November.
"He did more than enough to earn the rematch tonight. Now it is just a matter of making it work financially and all by getting sponsorship's and such, and that fight can happen, said Jones.
"It was a good fight. I give myself a C. Everything is about knockouts," said Ajamu. "I broke him down mentally. You could see that I had a lot of ring rust, as I don't miss as many shots as I did, but I started to feel good around the fifth round."
Zhang Zhilei KO1 Nick Guivas... Former Olympic medalist Zhang Zhilei (17-0) hammered out Nick Guivas (13-8-2) in round one of their scheduled ten-round heavyweight bout. Zhilei dropped Guivas in the first frame with a hard six-punch combination in the corner. Seconds later, Zhilei finihhed off the fight with a four-punch combination on the ropes and the bout was stopped at 2:43.
Mike Hilton went the distance for the first time, but still came out with the six-round unanimous decision over Willis Lockett in a cruiserweight bout. Hilton, 198.5 lbs of Trenton, NJ won by scores of 60-54, 58-56 & 60-53 to raise his unblemished mark to 7-0. Lockett, 194.6 lbs of Takoma Park, MD is 14-21-6.
Shaddy Gamhour stopped Jessie Singletary in first round of their scheduled four round middleweight bout. Gamhour, who is trained by Roy Jones, Jr. landed a hard right hand that sent Singletary to the canvas and the bout was stopped at 1:43. Gamhour, 163,5 lbs of Pensacola, FL is now 4-0 with three knockouts. Singletary, 167.3 lbs of Washington, DC is 0-3.
Tahlik Taylor needed just 31 seconds to bludgeon Lamont McLaughlin in a scheduled four round super middleweight bout. Taylor jumped on McLaughlin and landed a combination in the corner that sent McLaughlin hard to the canvas and the was stopped immediately. Taylor, 172,8 lbs of Freeport, NY is 2-7 with 1 knockout. McLaughlin, 167.2 lbs of Philadelphia is 0-2. source: Mis Downing Promotions and Square Ring Promotions.