Jordan White v. Brandon Valdez
HALL IN LIVE! Casino and Hotel in Hanover, Maryland, USA – February 19, 2022
Last Saturday night, growth in super-lightweight Jordan White won his 9th straight battle with a 10-round split court ruling for late replacement Brandon Valdez to win the WBC USNBC title in front of another crowd in The HALL inside Live! Casino and hotel in Hanover, Maryland.
The exciting card became the 7th consecutive highest card advertised by Jeter Promotions on Live! Casino.
In the fifth round, White threw Valdes with a left hook in the head. The action was modest throughout the fight, and Valdez tried to arrange a festival out of it. White returned home with a win, taking two cards with a score of 97-92 and 96-93. Valdez won the final card with a score of 95-94.
White is now 13-1. Valdez falls to 14-3.
In co-function, super-average weight Damand Nicholson took out Gabrielle Fam in the fifth round of their scheduled 10-tie fight in the super middleweight division.
Nicholson released Fama with a left hook in the first round. Nicholson continued his dominance, and in the fifth round put Fama on the counting canvas, which was kindly firm with his right hand.
Nicholson is now 25-4-1 with 21 knockouts. Fam from Atlantic City – 15-3.
Brandon Chambers won the U.S. ABF super-lightweight title with a questionable break in the first round Paul Carroll.
Carol seemed to have made the wrong move, which resulted in a leg injury. When Carol limped, the fight was stopped after 62 seconds of competition.
Chambers is now 7-0-1 with four knockouts. Carol 4-3.
Colby Madison made a unanimous decision six rounds Antonio Robertson in the super heavyweight division.
Madison won on all cards 60-54 and is now 10-3-2. Robertson – 4-8-1.
AJ Williams won ABF Atlantic’s super-middleweight decision with close to six rounds separate court decision Brent Oren.
Williams, a Pennsylvania graduate, won 59-55 and 58-56. Aren took a 58-56 card.
Williams is now 6-1. The arena drops to 4-8.
Mansaborie Conde it only took 28 seconds to destroy the debutant Malcolm Phillips in their four-round super-middleweight competition.
Conde jumped over Phillips and dropped him. The fight was quickly stopped after the countdown began.
Conde 5-0 with four knockouts.
How Hatcherson won in four rounds by unanimous court decision Jalan Woodmore in a fierce super-lightweight fight.
There were many holds, pushes and illegal tactics until Hutcherson was deducted a point in the round in the last round, but he did enough to get through each round and won 39-36 on all cards to go 4-1. Woodmar – 0-2.
Tyler Williams Philadelphia remained undefeated in six rounds by unanimous court decision Maurice Anthony in a bout in the middleweight division.
Williams took all the cards with scores of 60-54, 59-55 and 58-56 and is now 6-0. Anthony – 3-4.
Joseph Weazei won in four rounds by unanimous court decision Cory Champion.
Veazey took two cards with a score of 40-36, and the third read 39-37 to stay perfect at 6-0. Champion 2-4.
Ahmad Muhammad Jones stopped Tyree Arnold in the fourth and final round of their middleweight bout.
The break time was 2:02 for Jones, who is now 2-0 with two knockouts. Arnold – 1-4.
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