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Nakota Yallup and Lateet Olney Score Wins in
White Swan, Washington
By Ricardo Ibarra
April 28, 2014
     
   
   


 

(APR 28)  It was a stressful week for promoter Chris Corpuz as his pro-am show scheduled for last Saturday night at the White Swan Pavilion in White Swan, Washington ran into problem after problem. A show that was originally scheduled to showcase six pro fights, three of them women's bouts, was scaled back as many of the bouts fell apart. Still, the promoter pulled it together and gave fans an exciting night of boxing. And as is the case in most of Corpuz' cards the women were prominently featured with three women's bouts.


Nakota Yallup

Two fighters well known to the local crowd squared off in an entertaining three round amateur women's bout. Nakota Yallup pitched a shutout over Jazmin Wong in a bout that was clearly dominated by one, yet remained competitive throughout.

Both fighters came out swinging from the start, stepping into the pocket and unloading to the delight of the screaming fans. Yallup was the more accurate of the two, but Wong hung in there and gamely traded with her taller opponent.

 In the second round Yallup dropped Wong with a right hand and, after a count was administered, went for the knockout, letting loose with everything she had, yet Wong would not give in.

She stood her ground and traded even as Yallup seemed to land everything she threw. Both fighters would end the fight in the center of the ring swinging away at each other. All three judges saw the fight for Yallup with scores of 30-26 all around.

Toppenish, Washington's Lateet Olney was in action in a non-pro bout, scoring a three round unanimous decision win against White Swan's Janice Jim. Olney, who had not fought since losing her first fight as a pro last January, came out throwing defense out the window and unleashing a ferocious flurry from the second that first bell rang. She swarmed her opponent, who was left on the defensive, seemingly looking for the knockout. Jim proved to be a tough competitor, though, as she survived the early onslaught and managed to mount an attack of her own late in the round.

In the second round Olney forced the issue and took control of the bout with multiple flush combinations in close. She took control of the tempo and proceeded to tee-off throughout the remainder of the fight. Jim did prove to be a tough competitor, fighting back enough to keep the bout from being stopped, but it was all Olney for most of the three rounds. All three judges scored the bout for Olney.

Young novice Lisa Olney claimed a unanimous decision win over Teanna Adams. The fight was a competitive one with both fighters bloodying each other and having their moments, but all three judges favored the busier work rate of Olney.

The main event featured the lone pro bout of the night with Randell Corpuz scoring a third round TKO over Ed Robinson.

Corpuz Promotions will be back in either May or June at the Pavilion.

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