Tahmir Smalls Remains Undefeated With
First Round Stoppage Over Joel Guevara
Tahmir Smalls capped off a successful maiden voyage for R&B
Promotions as he stopped Joel Guevara in the opening round
of their scheduled six-round bout aboard the Battleship New
Jersey in Camden.
The fight capped off a eight-bout card in front of a
capacity crowd on the famed ship.
Smalls, 23 years-old of Philadelphia, dropped Guevara
four-times en-route the dominating victory to raise his
record to 9-0 with six knockouts.
Guevara of Charleston, West Virginia falls to 4-8-1.
Danny Murray dropped Michael Gibbons in round four on his
way to a six-round unanimous decision over Michael Gibbons
in a junior welterweight fight.
Scores were 59-54 across the board for Murray of Lanoka
Harbor, New Jersey, who is now evened up at 6-6. Gibbons of
Atlanta, Georgia is 0-1-1.
Elezer Olmeda won a four-round split decision over
previously undefeated Aaron Newmones in a welterweight bout,
Olemda of Camden, New Jersey won two cards by 40-36 and
39-37 tallies, while Newmones took a card by a 39-37 score.
Olmeda is 2-2. Newmones of Atlantic City, New Jersey is 1-1.
Timothy Tyler stopped Davon Hall at the end of round three
of their scheduled four-round super middleweight bout.
Tyler of Philadelphia is 1-3 with one knockout. Hall of
Wilmington, Delaware is 0-4.
Tyrone Arzeno stopped Eder Clervoix at the end of round two
of their four-round featherweight contest.
Arzeno of Philadelphia is 1-1. Clervoix of Montreal, Quebec,
Canada is 1-2.
Anthony Dill stopped Ramese Brown at the end of round three
of their junior middleweight fight.
Dill of Hatboro, PA was making his professional boxing debut
(Has MMA and Kickboxing) experience. Brown of Bellmawr, New
Jersey was also making his pro debut.
Tunde Fatiregun took a four-round split decision from Greg
Hackett in a cruiserweight bout.
Fatiregun of Queens, New York took cards by 40-36 and 39-37
scores. Hackett took a card by 39-37.
Fatiregun is 1-2. Hackett of Philadelphia is 3-21-1.
Drew Aguilar dropped Carlos Nunez in the opening 20 seconds
of their lightweight bout, and that proved to be the
difference in Aguilar's four-round unanimous decision.
Scores were 39-36 and 38-37 twice for Aguilar of Cherry
Hill, New Jersey who is now 2-0. Nunez of Westchester, New
York is 0-1-1.