(MAY 8) Last night on the “Spring
Fever” card, presented by Classic Entertainment and Sports, Inc., at
Twin River in Lincoln, Rhode Island, on the undercard Aleksandra
Magdziak Lopes (2-1, 1 KO), Marshfield, MA, won a four-round
unanimous decision over Natoya Ervin (1-5, 0 KOs), Columbus, OH.
Judges scores were 36-40 on all cards.
In other bouts, Former world title challenger Michael “Cold Blood”
Clark pitched a near shutout against New Bedford police officer
Jason “School Boy” Pires in tonight’s main event Clark (40-5-1, 18
KOs), fighting out of Columbus (OH) out-punched a game Pires
(22-4-1), 1996 U.S. Olympic Team alternate, from the opening bell,
flooring him in the eighth round. Clark captured the NABA U.S.
junior welterweight title by way of a unanimous 9-round decision
(90-80, 90-80, 89-81).
Two undefeated heavyweight prospects entered the ring in tonight’s
co-featureandt South Carolina-invader Winston Thorpe (3-0) spoiled
Cape Cod’s Jesse “Bad News” Barboza (3-1) evening via a 4-round
Hartford middleweight David Bauza (5-0) got off of the mat in the
first round and went on to win a 4-round split decision versus
Richard “Hurricane” Grant.
Super middleweight Greg McCoy (1-1-1) recorded his first pro
victory, upsetting previously undefeated Keith Kozlin (5-1) in a
back-and-forth, give-and-take fight by 4-round majority decision.
The pro debut of New Haven super middleweight Rick Dawson, older
brother of Chad Dawson, couldn’t have gone any better as he stopped
pro-debuting Damion Reed in the second round.
In a battle of unbeaten super middleweights, former U. of Rhode
Island football player Vladine Biosse’s (6-0) record remained
untarnished thanks to a 4-round unanimous decision against Joe
New Haven light welterweight Edwin Soto remained unbeaten, improving
his record to 4-0, twice dropping pro debuting Carlos Hernandez en
route to a unanimous 4-round decision. Source/PR