Boxing Results: WBA World Super Middle Champ David Morrell Stops Alantez Fox!
By Ken Hissner: At the Armory, Minneapolis, MN, Saturday over FOX, Tom Brown (TGB Promotions) and Leon Margules (Warriors Boxing), presented in the Main Event WBA World Super Middleweight champion David “Osvary” Morrell defended his title stopping No. 14 ranked Alantez “SlyAza” Fox in four rounds.
In the co-feature, Richardson Hitchens defeated Malik “Iceman” Hawkins by decision.
In the Main Event, WBA World Super Middle champ Cuban David “Osvary” Morrell, Jr., 6-0 (5), #167, of Minneapolis, MN, stopped Alantez “SlyAza” Fox, 28-3-1 (13), #167.4, of Upper Marlboro, MD, at 2:06 of the fourth round of a scheduled 12 rounds.
In the first two rounds, it was all Morrell who had Fox on the ropes, for the most part grabbing Morell.
In the third round, Fox had a better round but not quite enough to win it against the stronger Morrell.
In the fourth round, Morrell had Fox against the ropes with a short left hand on the chin, and down he went. Upon getting up, Fox tried holding on but was in no condition to continue after getting hit with a right on the chin by Morrell when the corner yelled to the referee to call a halt.
In the co-feature, Richardson Hitchens, 13-0 (5), #143 ½, of Manhattan, NY, defeated Malik “Iceman” Hawkins, 18-2 (11), #143 ¼, of Baltimore, MD, over ten rounds.
Scores were 96-94, 97-93, and 100-90
Lightweight Jose Valenzuela, 11-0 (7), #134 ½, of Los Mochis, Sinaloa, MEX and Seattle, WA, stopped southpaw Austin “The Dream” Dulay, 14-3 (10), #134 ¼ of Nashville, TN. At 0:02 of the fourth of a 10. rounds.
In round one, Valenzuela knocked Dulay down three times in giving him a brutal beating. In the second round, Valenzuela jumped all over him, scoring his fourth knockdown forcing the referee to immediately call a halt.
Super Lightweight Alberto “La Avispa” Puello, 20-0 (10), #142 ½, of DR and Las Vegas, NV, defeated Va Shawn Owens, 13-3 (12), #143, of Minneapolis, MN, ten rounds.
Scores were 98-92, 100-90, and 99-91.
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