#‎NextGenChamp‬ ‪#‎ChampionStatus Summary from May 14th Hitz Show

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12771464_10153952018991354_1724833688496473005_o#‎NextGenChamp‬ ‪#‎ChampionStatusHitz Boxing‘s Fight Night at the Horseshoe in Hammond, IN Summary from May 14th:

Fight of the Night: Tyrome “Sweet T” Jones MD6 win over Fred Bowen. These two went toe to toe for 6 rounds. They could have gone 10.

KO of the Night: Jose “Chico” Arambula delivers KO1 over Johnny Frazier. Chico set him up with a quick jab and snapped an immediate powerful left uppercut, sending Frazier to the canvas.

Comeback Win on the Night: Ivan “Flaco” Gonzalez coming back from 2nd Round knockdown to KTFO of Ronez McGrady in the 3rd.

Flounder of the Night: Albert Harkins goes down in 38 seconds to Tommy Z (Zbikowski). Learn to take a punch, Man! Harkins was turtling after Tommy Z’s opening punch. A right-left-right upstairs put Harkins down for the count.

Odd Scoring of the Night: Dwayne Williams is deducted 2 points yet somehow wins rounds to score a Majority Draw with Sam Horowitz. Scores: 39-35 Horowitz, 37-37, 37-37.

Welcome to the Bigtime: Francisco Saldana debuts with knockout win against Luis Guerrero.

First Time under the Big Lights: Kenny Thomas Jr. (K2) overpowering Kelly Wright en route to TKO3 victory.

Can Someone Step Up to the #NextGenChamp: Nick “Kid Salami” Mazurek crushes Mike Jones for TKO1.

Let’s Do it Again Soon: Mike “Hollywood” Jimenez fought a lot of emotions to face Aaron Pryor Jr. for WBC Jr Title. As many saw, Pryor seemed to have an edge, but judges saw it even. They both verbally agreed to throwdown again. ‪#‎BOOM‬

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