Jimmy Kelly’s result against the Rope of Islam
Whitesands Event Center, Plant City, Florida, USA – February 25, 2022
Jimmy “Kilrain” Kelly (26-2, 10 KOs) British Manchester defeated Kazakhstan The rope of “QazaQ” is Islam (28-1, 22 KOs) by majority decision at the main ProBox Promotions event on Friday night in Plant City, Florida.
Kelly, who captured the WBO welterweight world championships, won 96-94, 97-93 and 95-95. The fight took place at the Whitesands Event Center, one of 11 facilities assembled by a Florida company led by Harry Jonas.
“I thought I won every round,” said Jimmy Kelly, who later admitted he wanted to fly home faster to see his two children. “I even injured my arm and could only box with a pocket for the last four rounds. Despite this, I still feel like I won every round. I felt his pressure but didn’t feel his strength. Kanat searched for the meter all night, but I didn’t let him do it. “
In the co-main event, Pete Dobson’s gun (15-0, 9 KOs) from the Bronx, New York, won the Mexican break Jose Miguel Barega (19-4) by a broad unanimous court decision. Dobson’s accuracy, his movement, his leadership skills in the ring – all this gave a long night for Barrego with scores of 97-93, 98-92 and 100-90. Recently, Dobson has boosted his game by getting a great sparring match against people like Terence Crawford.
Jonathan Anise (12-8, 2 KO) Argentine Buenos Aires won by unanimous decision over Mark Race Jr. (14-2, 12 KOs) from Tampa, Florida, after 10 rounds. The three judges counted the fight in favor of Eniz with the following figures: 95-94, 95-94, 96-93.
With these fast hands, insane endurance and smooth movement, the Argentine won the full house. Sometimes Reyes Jr. was a step behind, but locals cheered him on for his ability to slip and bend as he avoided a strong mark when Eniz fussed maniacally in the ninth round.
Nagy Lopez (3-0, 3 KO), the Puerto Rican heavyweight champion representing Elwood, Georgia, won by knockout in the second round against Alex “El Principe” Teran (23-7, 15 KOs) in his first bout scheduled for six rounds. Lopez scored two knockouts, the last of which finished the case at: 33 of the aforementioned round. After that, Lopez said he believes he is ready to take another step up after beating the boxer who fought Anthony Yard, the UN’s Gonzalenda Hot Rod Rod Kalaidic. “I feel I can compete with the best of them,” Lopez said after the victory.
Marquis of Valais (4-0, 4 KOs) of Wesley Chapel, Florida, won Robbie Rose (1-2) from Richburg, South Carolina in a scheduled six-round lightweight bout. Vale’s older brother, 23, finished the fight with a score of 1:29 in the very first round. His strength and speed of hands were on a different level.
Ascending Puerto Rican knockout artist Julia Solis (6-0, 6 KOs) scored in the first round by knockout Trenton Gibson (1-1) from San Antonio, Texas, in the lightweight, originally scheduled for four rounds. The break time was 1:41 of the first round. A healthy part of the sold-out crowd seemed to be Solis rooters.
Florida Avenue Dominic Vale (3-0, 3 KOs) won Nelson Colon Torres (4-6, 3 KOs) from Aibanito, Puerto Rico, by knockout in what was originally a planned four-round super-lightweight bout. Vallee, the youngest of Vallee, at 21, finished the case in 1:56 of the third round.
In the light heavyweight division Matthew Tinker (8-0, 6 KO), a native of the UK who calls the United States his home, kept his unbeaten record by winning Brandon Maddox (8-5-1, 6 KOs) from Detroit, Michigan, by a unanimous decision of six rounds. Tinker, using a persistent jab, won 58-56, 58-56 and 59-55.
Casey Dixon (1-0, 1 KO) from Atlanta, George won his first professional knockout match in the second round against Arsenio Hall (3-6) from Chester, South Carolina, light heavyweight. Freedom Dixon finished in: 28 second round.
Imran Hadaba (4-0, 4 KOs) from St. Petersburg, Florida, retired Dominic Wiltz (0-3) from Houston, light heavyweight. The fight was stopped at 2:39 of the second round when the winner with a score of 6-4 hit a nasty hook that loudly roared Wiltz.
Tommy Wu (1-0) successfully debuted at the professional level, winning by unanimous court decision in four rounds Anthony Curtis (3-14, 2 KOs) from Butte, Montana. The California middleweight came out with a roar first, and he found a stubborn target in Curtis. Wu won 39-36, 40-36 and 40-36.
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