Boxing 360 promoted boxers Keandre Leatherwood (12-1-1, 8 KOs) and Alantez Fox (8-0-1, 4 KOs), scored impressive victories on Saturday.
At the Benton Convention Center in Winston-Salem, North Carolina light-middleweight prospect, Keandre Leatherwood, battered around Marcus Primera (20-27-2, 13 KOs) for six rounds, hurting the journeyman several times before the final bell rang. The scorecards read 59-53 across the board all in favor of Leatherwood.
"I wanted to get some good hard rounds in and Primera hung in there." said Leatherwood. "I had him hurt a couple of times and I thought he wasn’t going to make to the final bell, but he showed great heart and I give him credit for being a warrior and going the distance. I’m excited about the plans Boxing 360 has in store for me and I’m looking forward to a great 2013."
At the Convention Center in Washington DC, undefeated light-middleweight standout, Alantez Fox, made quick work of veteran Jimmy LeBlanc (13-23-4, 5 KOs), by way of a first round TKO. After LeBlanc was stunned, Fox landed a barrage of punches, forcing the referee to stop the bout in the opening round.
"I felt really strong going into this fight and I wanted to make a good first impression fighting for Boxing 360," Fox said. "Once I saw that he was hurt, I jumped on him and took him out of there. I’m still learning a lot about myself every I step in the ring. Mario Yagobi said he’s going to keep me busy in 2013 and I’m ready to take my career to the next level with Boxing 360."
"Leatherwood and Fox are great kids and they have bright futures fighting for Boxing 360." stated Yagobi. "I’m going to move them up properly and make sure they are in meaningful fights that will prepare them for the next level. 2013 will be a great year for all my fighters."
December 10, 2012