Jerry Glick reporting from ringside: Brooklyn’s Sadam Ali, 16-0 (10 KOs), promoted the Integrated Sports Media pay per view show at Brooklyn’s Aviator, he also ended the show with a well constructed second round stoppage of late sub, Ronnie Warrior, Jr., 145 ½ pounds, which was the best fight of the night. Sadam and his businessman father David run World Kid Promotions and are getting better at the job of putting together shows. The seven fights on the card kept the near sellout crowd cheering.
In spite of having to scramble for late substitute opponents for Ali’s main event and Santander Silgado in the co-feature, the show went off smoothly and the crowd seemed to enjoy every punch.
After boxing, using his jab to set up his attacks, Ali, 147 pounds, landed a left hook followed by a left uppercut that put Warrior, now 13-8-1 (4 KOs), down. Up and in poor condition, Warrior, from Oklahoma City, OK, absorbed a hard right and again went to the canvas. Referee Harvey Dock began to count, but waved it off with only one second left in the second frame.
Ali wins the vacant IBO International Welterweight title with the victory.
Cruiserweights –Santander Silgado w u 8 Joell Godfrey
Cruiserweights -Ramadan Yasser w u6 Tim Johnson
Cruiserweights-Michael Costantino w tko 2 Nathan Ortiz
Light Middleweights-Steven Gamache w u4 Jose Angel Ortiz
Bantamweights-Jennifer Santiago w u4 Ivana Coleman
Light Middleweights-Shawn Cameron w u4 Mamadou Doumbia
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