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December 03, 2017

KAHN-CLARY STOPS MORALDE

Toka Kahn Clary TKO7 John Vincent Moralde... In Providence, Rhode Island, featherweight Toka "T-Nice" Kahn Clary  (24-1, 16 KOs) handed Filipino John Vincent Moralde (19-1, 10 KOs), his first pro loss, winning by seventh-round technical knockout. The 25-year-old Kahn-Clary used a stiff jab and solid defense to frustrate his opponent early in the fight. Kahn-Clary came out firing in the fourth round, applying more pressure and repeatedly landed on his overmatched opponent. By the end of round seven, it was clear that the end was near for Moralde and it came suddenly when Moralde couldn't continue anymore.
 
"This was great tonight," Holyfield commented about promoting his first show in Providence. "We want Toka to be our first world champion and this performance should put him in good position. It was very important to build his fanbase at home in Providence and we look forward to promoting here in the near future."
 
"I'm not a one-punch fighter," Toka explained. "I kept walking him down and hit him with some good body shots. I'm not going to call anybody out by name but I'm ready to fight anybody in my weight class."
 
"This is such a good feeling. I came here but could have ended up anywhere. I'm truly blessed to be in Providence and have these great fans. I have a great team behind me. I want to fight the best to be the best, it's the only way to make money and be recognized. I'm ready for anybody!"
 
Irvin Gonzalez KO3 Marlon Olea... Featherweight Irvin Gonzalez (8-0, 7 KOs) switched freely from orthodox stance to southpaw and back throughout the fight, en route to a third-round knockout of Colombia's Marlon Olea (13-2, 12 KOs). The lightning-quick Gonzalez, of Worcester, MA, consistently beat his opponent to the punch, and finished off Olea with a straight right to the body to keep his perfect pro record intact. Olea was fighting in the U.S. for the first time. "Tonight, I showed that I'm a real fighter," Gonzalez said after the fight. "I believe I'm a contender in my weight class. I'm going back to the drawing board with my coaches and 2018 is going to be my year."

UNDERCARD
 
The American debut of Italian cruiserweight Fabio "Stone Crusher" Turchi (13-0, 11 KOs) saw him defeat Demetrius Banks (9-4, 4 KOs) of Detroit. Turchi patiently applied constant pressure, hurting his opponent with a flurry of punches in the third round. The end came when Banks failed to answer the bell for round five. "I'm so happy," Turchi remarked after the fight. "This was so emotional for me because it was the first time I fought in front of Evander. I'm happy with my performance but I think I could have done better. I felt the heat from the Italian-American fans and I thank them for helping me sustain. I also want to thank The Real Deal Boxing. My next fight will be February 2nd at home in Florence, for the European Union title."
 
Local junior welterweight Nick DeLomba (12-2, 2 KOs), representing nearby Cranston, RI, registered a hard-fought victory by way of an eight-round unanimous decision versus Bronx junior welterweight Louis Cruz (12-4, 6 KOs). Cruz was penalized a one-point deduction in the fourth round for a low blow. Scores were 79-72 and 78-73 (twice).
 
Two-time New England Golden Gloves champion Timmy Ramos (4-0-2, 4 KOs), fighting out of Framingham, MA, remained unbeaten, but he fought a four-round split draw with Worcester, MA junior lightweight Phil Davis (1-1-1) in an entertaining give-and-take contest. Scores were 39-37 and 38-38 (twice).
 
Philadelphia welterweight Poindexter "Savage" Knight (1-0, 1 KOs), a 2017 National Golden Gloves champion, had an auspicious pro debut, trapping Samuel Forjoe (0-2) in the corner right after the first bell. The gifted southpaw, a prized prospect for fans to keep an eye on, unloaded ten unanswered punches until referee Danny Schiavone halted the action at 1:03 of the opening round.
 
Las Vegas junior middleweight Jeremy "J-Flash" Nichols (8-1-1, 2 KOs) opened the night with a six-round unanimous decision win over battled-tested Puerto Rican fighter Daniel Sostre (13-16-1, 5 KOs). Scores were 60-54 and 59-55 (twice). source for all results: real deal promotions
 



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