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Marriott Show Sets Another Record
April 21, 2006
 

     
     
     
   
   
   
   
   

 

   
   
   

(APR 21) Besides another sold out crowd of 1,412  Thursday night at Roy Englebrecht’s Battle In The Ballroom pro boxing show at the Irvine Marriott making it eight sellouts in a row, another record was also set.

For the first time in the show’s 22 year history, money was thrown into the ring after four of the six fights. “This is part of the Battle In The Ballroom magic,” said Englebrecht, as we almost always have at least one bout a show where fans applaud the boxers efforts with cash. But never four times on one night.
 
Promoters might go years with no fight outstanding enough to warrant money throw, and here it happens four times in one night!”

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The four money bouts started with the very first fight of the evening, with Bakersfield’s William Bailey (1-1) earning his first pro win with a unanimous decision over Ricardo Garcia (0-2).

Then the third bout saw a war between lightweight’s Paula Cortez (1-0) earning her first pro win with a win over pro debuter Luz Gonzalez.

This was followed by a great fight between two outstanding amateurs in their debuts. Tustin’s Paul Velarde lost a unanimous decision to Aarron Morgan of San Francisco, but it was one of those bouts that could just as easily gone the other way, as these were two skilled fighters, who both have solid futures.

And if two fights in a row of cash flying into the ring wasn’t enough, it was followed by the fight of then night, as Miriam Nakamoto knocked down undefeated Kina Malpartida four times, in winning a four round unanimous decision. Nakamoto goes to 2-0, and Malpartida now is 6-1. Nearly $200 was thrown into the ring after this fight.

In the two other bouts, Santa Ana’s Beto Ibarra finally won at the Marriott, with a UD over Richard Alduenda. Ibarra is now 1-2 and the game Alduenda falls to 1-5. In the six round featured bout, LA’s Cleotis Pendarvis remained perfect at 5-0 with a unanimous decision over 2-3 Ricardo Galindo.

 
     
     

 

     
     
     

 

     
     
   
 
     
     
 
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