Anthony Young Decisions Samuel Amoako
In Main Event
At The Claridge In Atlantic City
This past Saturday night, welterweight Anthony "Juice" Young
registered his 5th consecutive victory as he won an 8-round
unanimous decision that highlighted a 7- bout card at The
Claridge Hotel in Atlantic City.
The card was promoted by Rising promotions, which staged
it's 7th consecutive card in front of a capacity crowd at
"It's bitter sweet knowing this was my last event. This show
was a great way to end the #ACFightNight series. Awesome
crowd, great fights and dramatic endings. It's now time for
me to focus on my fighting career and continue my path to
become a world champion," said Thomas LaManna of Rising
Young controlled action against the tough veteran, and Young
was able to win in shutout fashion by scores of 80-72 on all
Young of Atlantic City raised his mark to 16-2. Amoako of
Silver Spring, Maryland via Accra, Ghana is now 21-14.
In the co-feature, Gabriel Pham scored his 2nd consecutive
stoppage, as he took out Chauncey Fields at 1:29 of round
four of their scheduled 6-round super middleweight bout.
With the win, Pham of Atlantic City improves to 8-1 with 4
knockouts. Fields of Lynchburg, Virginia falls to 4-2.
Heavyweight Brendan Barrett remained undefeated as he
stopped Philly tough guy Brian Donahue at 2:33 of round two
of their scheduled 4-round bout.
Barrett hurt Donahue on the ropes and stopped him after a
hard flurry. Barrett is now 5-0-2 with all his wins coming
via the stoppage variety.
Donahue is now 3-14-3.
In another heavyweight tussle, Dan Pasciolla won a 6-round
split decision over LeMarcus Tucker.
It was a close fight with the each man having moments
throughout the contest.
Pasciolla of Brick, NJ won two cards via 58-56 scores, while
Tucker took a card 58-56.
Pasciolla is now 9-2-1. Tucker of Forest City, Arkansas is
Adrian Wilson of Atlantic City got his first professional
win by winning a 4-round unanimous decision over Henry
Wilson won on all cards 40-36 is now 1-3. Paige of
Batesville, Arkansas is 0-4.
Thomas Romain of Brooklyn, New York won a 4-round unanimous
decision over Sidell Blocker.
Romain won all cards by 40-36 scores and is now 2-1. Blocker
of Pleasantville, NJ is 1-7-1.
In a battle of pro debuters, Cesar Francis defeated Steve
Moore by scores of 40-36 twice and 39-37.