Jerry Glick reporting from ringside: New legend, Old World and W.O.N. returned to Resorts World Casino and topping the card was Vinny Maddalone who turned in another action packed street brawl. He faced the woefully overweight Byron Polley who lacked height, but still managed to weigh a stout 268 ½ pounds to the taller Maddalone’s relatively trim 231 ½. Polley, from St. Joseph, MS, came out firing punches in an effort to catch the bigger Maddalone off guard. He backed the popular Flushing battler into a corner and landed to the head and the body. It took only a few moments for rugged Vinny to throw bombs of his own resulting in a knockdown from a chopping right.
Another right and another knockdown occurred in round two, then a third right scored a third knockdown in the next frame. As Maddalone pummeled him with very effective body shots he finally landed a left hook that resulted in a delayed knockdown prompting referee Shada Murdaugh to wave it off at 1:11.
Maddalone improved to 36-8 (27 Kos), and Polley fell to 25-14-1 (11 K0s).
Jr. Middleweights-Frank Galarza w u6 Roberto Lopez
Jr. Featherweights-Juan Dominguez w tko 4 Jhon Alberto Molina
Lightweights-Angel Garcia w pts 4 Victor Galindo
Jr. Lightweights-Neuky Santalises w u4 Micah Branch
Lightheavyweights-Abdellah Smith w ko 2 Rob Garris
Jr. Featherweights-Heather Hardy w u4 Ivana Coleman
Jr. Lightweights-Bryant Cruz w tko 3 Jonathan Caban
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