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On Saturday night, October 9, Isaiah Wise scored an explosive first-round stoppage over Dewayne Williams in a scheduled six-round middleweight fight which was the feature bout of a seven bout card at 2300 Arena in Philadelphia. The card was promoted by RDR Promotions.

Wise landed a jab followed by an explosive right to the head that put Williams on the canvas. Williams got to his feet, but was deemed unable to continue, and the bout was stopped at 1:07. The referee was Benjy Esteves Jr. Wise, 161 lbs. of Philadelphia is 10-2-2 with six knockouts. Williams, 161 lbs. of Philadelphia is 3-4.

Naheem Parker (right) won a four-round... (MORE)




2020 & 2021 CLASSES

On Sunday, October 3, 2021, the Pennsylvania Boxing Hall of Fame inducted twenty-three new members in their sixty-third annual ceremony. The inductees were made up of the 2020 and 2021 classes. The event was held at the Bridgeman's Ballroom in Northeast Philadelphia. Last year's inductions were postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The twenty-three inductees included boxers Bill Bossio, Derek Ennis, Troy Fletcher, Johnny Forte, Marvin Garris, Otis Graham, Kelvin Kelly, Julian Letterlough, Jack McClelland, Willie Moore, Fernando Rodriguez, Curtis Sheppard, Paul Spadafora, Maxie Strub, Myron Taylor, Billy... (MORE)





Former two-time world title challenger Jesse Hart made a triumphant return to Philadelphia by pounding out an eight-round unanimous decision over Mike Guy at a crowded 2300 Arena. The show was promoted by RDR Promotions.

Hart, who was fighting for the first time in 20-months, controlled the action and landed the harder punches throughout the contest. Guy was sturdy, but landed very few punches. Guy showed a good chin as he ate some nice uppercuts from the taller Hart. Hart, 169.5 lbs. of Philadelphia won by scores of 80-72 and 79-73 twice, and is now 27-3. Guy, 171 lbs. of Sacramento, CA is 12-7-1.

Samuel Teah took out Larry Fryers... (MORE)




Greg Outlaw stopped Edgar Torres in round two of their scheduled six-round welterweight bout in the main event of an action filled seven bout card in front of a near-capacity crowd at 2300 Arena. The card was promoted by King's Promotions.

In round two, Outlaw landed a booming uppercut that sent Torres on his back. Torres was able to get to his feet, only to eat a huge barrage of punches. Another uppercut punctuated the flurry, and referee Shawn Clark stopped the bout at 1:47. Outlaw, 145.7 lbs. of Bowie, MD is now 9-1 with four knockouts. Torres, 145.2 lbs. of Woodbridge, MD is 8-2-1.    (MORE)





Saturday, September 11, 2021 / 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
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When I received the sad news on Tuesday evening that Stanley “Kitten” Hayward had died earlier that day, it was a shock, despite knowing for months that such a call could come at any time. Kitten had suffered a stroke late in 2020, and his health had been declining ever since. Later that same evening, I received a call from his wife of thirty plus years, Vernell (Washington), confirming that it was official - Stanley Cornelius Hayward, one of Philly’s greatest and most colorful ring warriors, was dead at age 82. Regardless of his recent failing health and advanced age, the news was still unreal. Kitten... (MORE)




Brandon Chambers remained undefeated as he stopped Donald Stewart in round two of a featherweight fight that headlined a Jeter Promotions card on Saturday night in front of a near capacity crowd at the 2300 Arena. This was the third consecutive thrilling show that was staged in front of a huge crowd by the Maryland based Jeter Promotions at the 2300 Arena. The fights, all scheduled for four rounds, had the crowd on their feet throughout the evening.  

Chambers battered Stewart all over the ring, and showed he was the class of the fight over the six-minute bout. Stewart’s corner bowed their man out of the fight following the completion of round two.   (MORE)




Rodney Rice’s RDR promotions put on a second consecutive night of fights at the 2300 Arena in South Philly on Saturday. The card featured some hometown favorites, including undefeated Philadelphia welterweight Mark Dawson taking on an undefeated Ivan Pandzic as the main event. West Philadelphia’s own Mark Dawson (9-0-1, 3 KOs) took on California’s Ivan Pandzic (13-1-1, 8 KOs) in the 8-round welterweight main event of the night. Both fighters were unbeaten going in, and eager to keep that “zero” in their record. Dawson was able to get inside his tall opponent and outbox the shifty 6’4” Pandzic. Dawson managed to set up his shots throughout the bout, and counter punched effectively. Dawson separated himself in the third round with a stiff counter straight right as Pandzic dropped his guard after throwing a jab. Dawson then landed an uppercut... (MORE)












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