In the final untelevised bout of the evening, former 2012 Olympian Marcus Browne (21-0, 15 KO’s) scored a spectacular first-round knockout against Francy Ntetu (17-2, 4 Ko’s). The New York native dropped Ntetu with a devastating right hook. While the Quebec native would get back to his feet, the undefeated Browne put the punches together to bring about the stoppage.
In a welterweight contest, Matthew Gonzalez (3-0 3 KO’s) won a four-round unanimous decision over Alexander Serna (1-2 1 KO). Gonzalez, Ridgewood New York born, used his right hook and straight left hand to cruise his way to victory. All three judges scored the bout 40-36.
In a heavyweight slugfest, heavyweight Adam Kownacki (17-0 14 KO’s) scored a sixth-round stoppage over Iago Kiladze (26-2 18 KO’s). Kownacki, a Brooklynite, came out swinging against the once-beaten Kiladze. While Kiladze did show good hand-speed, the undefeated Kownacki landed a devastating uppercut followed by a right hand that dropped Kiladze, halting the contest.
The third bout of the evening showcased undefeated Dylan Price (5-0, 5 KO’s), who scored a second-round kayo against overmatched Nestor Ramos (7-8-1, 3 Ko’s), in a four-round bantamweight bout.
Earlier Saturday night Anthony Peterson (38-1, 24 KO’s), brother of former world titleholder Lamont Peterson, scored a ten round unanimous decision over the tough and rugged Luis Florez (23-8, 19 KO’s) The scores were as follows: 100-89 and 100-90 twice.
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