Thursday, December 15, 2016

Boxing and Disney theme parks in one book? DISNEY TALE OF THE TAPE is now available!

  A book only a Disney Parks fan (and/or Boxing Fan) could love!  If you enjoy going to Walt Disney World, or Disneyland, you just may get a kick out of this Disney parks book that has a boxing twist.  Author Dan Sisneros has been involved in the sport of boxing for over 25 years in many different capacities.  Pro Boxing judge in the 1990s,  writer of "Southwest Line" for Pro Boxing Update/Flash, host of "The 8-Count Boxing Hour" on Albuquerque's public access channel 27, co-host of "Rising Stars Boxing" on New Mexico's CBS affiliate, the source for scouting video to some of the biggest stars in the sport, and is currently an editor with

   If you ever thought "Which is better?  The Matterhorn at Disneyland, or Big Thunder Mountain Railroad at Walt Disney world?"  Let's put 'em in the ring and find out!

  How it started   
   While sitting at his PC, an e-mail came in from Bob McLain - the publisher of Theme Park Press.  He asked Dan if he would consider writing a book based on the old column for the Disney Dispatch website.  A little surprised, and scared.  "Yeah", he thought, "the column was fun but book worthy?  Hmmm?".  The uncertainty turned to curiosity, so he wrote back and talked it over a bit.  That was July 8th 2016.
It's not a boxing poster, it's the cover of Disney Tale of the Tape - Theme Park Boxing

   Well, a little over 5 months later.... HERE IT IS!  Disney Tale of the Tape is Dan's first attempt at writing a book, and he hopes it won't be the last.  It has been quite a journey getting this project to press.  Here are a few of the twists and turns along the way:

  The Format Evolution   
   The Column's format featured matchups of some popular Disneyland and Walt Disney World experiences with only 1 judge - Dan.  He would write up the categories (rounds), and then score the bouts along with two fictitious judges scoring the bouts.  The bouts were decided by Dan his self, because it was fast, and it was the only way to have a shot at  meeting the bi-weekly deadline (that he usually missed) for the column.  Mr. McLain was very gracious, and really did not push the deadline.  After a little research, he'd then write up a "Tale of the Tape" - some facts about the contestants.  Next, he would think up some categories to use for rounds, and score the bouts.  This was a few years before his retirement from the U.S. Postal Service, so time was tight, coming home from work exhausted, but he would dig in, write up a battle, and send it in.

This was the logo for the original column at Disney Dispatch

   The book started out with the same idea in mind, just write up the battles, and then score each "round" to come up with a winner.  Then Dan thought "Hey, who cares what I think?  Why not have some REAL Disney experts as judges!"  So he started reaching out to some of his favorites from the Disney Fan community to see if they would like to be part of this project.  Each bout now features Dan plus two "Disney Celebrity" Judges doing the scoring.

  Putting Together a Team    
   The first person Dan turned to was his friend Len Testa.  Len is the co-author of The Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World, and he was one of the co-hosts of the WDW Today podcast, he is still an occasional guest/co-host of the show in it's current format, a great show!  Dan had corresponded with Len in the past, and found that he's quite the boxing fan, so he was asked about writing the foreword for the book.  Len responded very enthusiastically, and Dan says he felt a bit more confident having the Len Testa on his side!  At the time, the format had not yet changed, so all he was asking for was a foreword for the book.  That changed later, and Len was totally on board with being one of the "Disney Tale of the Tape Boxing Judges"!

Next, the book needed some color, so Dan contacted some of his friends from the world of pro boxing.

Ring Announcers:  Lupe ContrerasHenry TafoyaBob Alexander, and Dom Zarrella all said "Yes!" to using their names in the book.
Dan co-hosting "Rising Stars Boxing" with Henry Tafoya in 1999

You need Referees for any boxing match, so Dan contacted some of boxing's very best:  Rocky BurkeLaurence Cole, Russell MoraWoody Kislowski, and Zac Young (Zac is also a judge for one of the matches, turns out he's a huge Disneyland fan!) all answered the bell, and if you are not a boxing crazed nut, just check out the records of each of these guys in - they are all World Class Referees!
And there is one "special" Referee - Retired Pro Wrestler Frank Goodman (The Masked Maniac) who works some of the bouts.  His Disney World Junkies facebook page has over 140,000 subscribers, and he has arms bigger than Gaston!  Dan says he wasn't about to say "no" to The Masked Maniac refereeing some of the bouts!
Dan with Referee Rocky Burke in 2012

You can't score a pro boxing match without the judges (Mr. Sisneros should know, he used to be one!), so again, he reached out to some of his personal favorites.  Some gave a polite "No Thank You", but most gave an enthusiastic "You Bet!" and the list includes some names that you will no doubt recognize if you are a true Disney Parks fan and what a line-up it is!

The Judges for these Disney parks experiences:

*JERRY CORNELL - Theme Parkology (, and co-host of Living the Dream Podcast
*RANDY CRANE - Author of Faith and the Magic Kingdom, host of Stories of the Magic Podcast

 *JIMMY  HORNE - Owner of Once Upon a Time Travel, and co-host of The Disney Nerds Podcast

  *KRISTA JOY -, and co-host of Living the Dream Podcast

*DAVE KENNEDY - Host of the Dave's Disney View Podcast, and a former Disney World cast member

*GARY MERRITT - Get this, he is a retired world class Pro Boxing judge who worked over 1, 600 bouts over 37 years, all over the world!  And... he has been to Walt Disney World over 50 times!

*NATHAN PALMER - he's an Indiana Pro Boxing judge, who has been in the sport since 2003.  He's worked over 750 bouts, and going strong!  He is an editor at and he's a huge fan of Walt Disney World, he was an instant fit!

*JOHN SACCHERI - The host of, and one of the subjects featured in the Documentary The Disney Dream Finders

*MONICA SEGURA - This lady is a total Disney parks fan.  She has a degree in Physical Education and has attended quite a few boxing events.  She is totally qualified to judge these bouts.  Oh, and did we mention, She's Dan's Daughter! It's in the blood!

 *LEN TESTA - Host of the Unofficial Guide Disney Dish with Jim Hill Podcast, and co-author of The Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World

There are also two of his dear friends from the world of boxing that make an appearance:

*JOHN KLEMIATO (Boxing Judge with the Nebraska Boxing Commission)- as Deputy Inspector of the Disney Tale of the Tape Boxing Commission
*DAN CUSHNER (Former Boxing trainer/Cut-man) - as Cut-man for The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh

What an all-star lineup of officials to score the bouts.  It is Their remarks in the book that make it a fun read.
Dan with his Wife Tammy at Disneyland in 2011 (at the time, Dan had no idea that  one day in the future, that big mountain behind him would be taking on Big Thunder Mountain in a clash of titans!)

  The Match-ups!  

There are 14 Matches in the book.  It's a night of boxing (Disney Parks style) that you will never forget!  Take a look at the card, and if you have experienced them, go ahead and set the odds on who YOU think will win each of them:

Bout 1)  THE GRAND FIESTA TOUR Starring the Three Caballeros (Epcot - World Showcase)
JOURNEY INTO IMAGINATION with Figment (Epcot - Future World)
(Our opening bout)
Bout 2) LEFOU'S BREW (Magic Kingdom) vs DISNEYLAND MINT JULEP (Disneyland)
(Can this much sweetness be contained in one ring?!)
Bout 3) CALIFORNIA SCREAMIN' (Disney California Adventure)
ROCK 'n' ROLLER COASTER (Disney Hollywood Studios)
(For the Coaster Division Championship!)
Bout 4) AMERICAN MUSIC MACHINE (Epcot - America Gardens)
(May the best group win!)
Bout 5) HAUNTED MANSION (Disneyland) vs HAUNTED MANSION (Magic Kingdom)
(It's Brother vs Brother in this match that Disney fans thought would NEVER Materialize!)
Bout 6) The PIRATE ROOM (Caribbean Beach Resort)
The ROYAL ROOM (Port Orleans Riverside)
(For the Moderate Themed Resort room title belt)
Bout 7) MONSTERS INC. - Mike & Sulley to the Rescue (Disney California Adventure)
MR. TOAD'S WILD RIDE (Disneyland)
(Dark Ride division title belt is at stake!)
Bout 8) IMPRESSIONS DE FRANCE (Epcot - France Pavilion)
REFLECTIONS OF CHINA (Epcot - China Pavilion)
(a bout with national pride on the line!)
Bout 9) THE JUNGLE CRUISE (Magic Kingdom)
KILIMANJARO SAFARIS (Disney's Animal Kingdom)
(Who will become "King of the Jungle"?)
Bout 10) CARTHAY CIRCLE (Disney California Adventure)
HOLLYWOOD BROWN DERBY (Disney Hollywood Studios)
(A battle of classy theme park eateries... in Black & White of course!)
Bout 11) DINOSAUR (Disney's Animal Kingdom)
( Pooh puts his undefeated record on the line against a very HUNGRY contender!)
(Snack Division Championship!)
(King of the Mountains Title Bout)
Bout 14) PRINCE CHARMING REGAL CARROUSEL (Magic Kingdom - Fantasyland)
STITCH'S GREAT ESCAPE (Magic Kingdom - Tomorrowland)
(A special GRUDGE match like no other!)
The Author with his "Research Staff" (His "Disney Sweeties") - (L to R) Monica, Sadie, Tammy, and (front) Ava at Disney Springs in May, 2016

  Other Content   
There is also a foreword by Len Testa, an introduction, and appendix's which feature Dan's Disney Sideand Dan's Boxing Side, a listing of all the officials who contributed to the book, and even a crash course on How to score a professional boxing match. 
Boxing legend - Alexis Arguello

The late great - Johnny Tapia
The hardest part of the whole project was the final days.  The waiting to see the final proof copy, then the cover art, then waiting for the book to actually become available.  It was tortuous.  I felt a little like an expectant father waiting for his new child to be born!  I'm too old for this!  But its finally here, and I really do hope you will have some fun with it.  But watch out - you just might get hooked on Disney parks, or the sport of Boxing!  One can only hope.   -Dan Sisneros

The back cover pretty much tells "the Tale of the Tape" for the book!

The legendary "Hands of Stone" - Roberto Duran
Former WBA World Champion - Austin Trout

It took nearly half a year to put together, but here it is.  I hope you will pick up a copy, and most of all, I hope that you will get some enjoyment out of it!  Reviews are always welcome too, no matter how you score the book!

Dan with one of the judges from the book (Monica) blasting off on Rock 'n' Roller Coaster

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Click HERE to order Disney Tale of the Tape directly from Amazon


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Thursday, December 8, 2016


Nickname: Hurricane

   After just 21 Amateur fights, Massachusetts' Peter McNeeley turned professional on August 23, 1991 against Van Dorsey at Nickerson Field in Boston.  Peter opened with an exciting first round ko win after being dropped, he roared back to stop his opponent at 50 seconds of round 1.

   Starting his career with 6 straight first round knockout wins, it's easy to see how he earned the nickname "Hurricane".  He remained unbeaten for 2 1/2 years building a record of 24-0, 18 ko's and earning a shot at the vacant New England Heavyweight Title.  McnNeeley lost that title challenge via 8th round technical knockout to hard punching Stanley Wright (8-5, 8 ko's).

   Pete rebounded and put together a 12 fight winning streak which included 12 straight knockout wins!  Among his victims was former WBC Light-Heavyweight World Champion J.B. Williamson who was stopped in round 2 by McNeeley, and then round 1 in the rematch!

   With a 36-1 record, and a reputation as a power punching crowd pleaser, McNeeley was named as the opponent to face the legendary Mike Tyson in the former champ's return to the ring after a nearly 4 year absence.  Tyson came in to that fight with a 46-1 record, and a fearsome reputation.  It was a
memorable 90 seconds, but after two knockdowns, McNeeley's trainer jumped in to halt the fight.  It was ruled a DQ loss for McNeeley.

   Peter became a bit of a name after the Tyson fight.  He went right back to campaigning in the heavyweight division, and ran off 4 straight ko wins with none of them going past round 2.  He traveled to Denver, Colorado to face slugger Louis Monaco, and was tko'd in round 5 of a bout scheduled for 6.

   McNeeley bounced back with 5 straight wins before losing two in a row, traveling to Denmark and being stopped by IBO Heavyweight Champion - Brian Nielsen (46-0, 30 ko) (Nielsen would go on to also win the IBC Heavyweight Title), and being stopped in round 1 against "The king of the 4 rounders" - Eric "Butterbean" Esch (46-1-1).

   There would be 4 more fights for "Hurricane" McNeeley.  He won his next two fights, and then went for titles in his final two bouts, being stopped in round 2 by former WBO World Champion Henry Akinwande - that fight being for the WBC International Heavyweight Title, and then Pete's farewell bout June 8, 2001 when he traveled to Cape Town, South Africa to challenge Mike Bernardo (10-1-1) for his WBF Heavyweight Title belt.  Peter was stopped in the opening round of that final bout.

   "Hurricane" Peter McNeeley finished his pro career with a record of 47 wins, 7 losses, winning 36 by knockout.  An impressive record, and even though he never won a title, he did prove that if you weren't world class, you were in trouble if you stepped into the ring against him!  An all action fighter, and a real fan favorite, with a great sense of humor, and humble persona.

Click HERE to see "Hurricane" Peter McNeeley's complete pro ledger on

   If you would like to see Peter McNeeley in ring action, I have the following bouts available on DVD:

"Hurricane" PETER MCNEELEY vs.

1. JERRY ARENTZEN                     [tko-1]
2. LARRY DAVIS                             [tko-1]
3. J.B. WILLIAMSON #1                 [tko-2]
4. J.B. WILLIAMSON #2                 [tko-1]
5. DANNY WOFFORD                    [tko-1]
6. MIKE TYSON                               [dq-by-1]
7. LOUIS MONACO                         [tko-by-5]
8. ERIC "Butterbean" ESCH             [tko-by-1]
9. HENRY AKINWANDE                [ko-by-2] {WBC Int'l Heavy Title}

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Tuesday, November 22, 2016


   Freddie Roach turned pro on August 24, 1978 with a unanimous decision victory over Roberto Vasquez in Boston, MA.  He quickly ran off 10 straight wins before taking his first defeat to Beto Nunez (19-3) in Nunez's home town of Phoenix by decision.

   Roach battled on and ran off another winning streak.  This time he went nearly 3 years before losing again.  But when he did, he lost back-to-back matches against two highly regarded contenders.  He was a relentless punching machine, he was technically skilled, but could still be hit enough to make for some crowd pleasing brawls.  He was very "TV Friendly" and became a favorite with Las Vegas boxing promoters and the fairly new ESPN cable network.

   Freddie was 30-3 when he fought for his first title belt.  It was April 14, 1983 when he took on unbeaten Louie Burke (13-0) for the ESPN Jr. Lightweight Championship.  It was an all-time classic battle with the two slugging it out for the full 12 rounds.  When the dust settled, and the smoke cleared it was Burke who took a close but unanimous decision and left Las Vegas Nevada with the ESPN strap.

Dan Sisneros with Freddie Roach in 1999
   Roach bounced back with 2 huge wins.  First he stopped Reynaldo Zaragoza (22-3-1) in 8 rounds, and then scored a unanimous 10 round win over Carlos Bryant (12-8-2, 6 ko) in what turned out to be Bryant's last pro bout.

   Roach wanted another shot at Louie Burke, and he got it - Nov. 10, 1983 on the undercard of Marvin Hagler/Roberto Duran.  This time it was a 10 round non-title bout, but it was the same result.  An all out brawl with Burke again taking the victory on all 3 judges scorecards.

   Those wars with Burke only made boxing fans want to see Freddie Roach even more.  Freddie finished his career from that point going 8-8, but faced the very best in the game including:  Tommy Cordova (for the vacant ESPN Jr. Lightweight Title belt), Bobby Chacon, Jaime "Rocky" Balboa, Greg Haugen, and Hector Camacho.  During that stretch he got a shot at the WBC Continental Americas Lightweight Title in 1986, losing a decision to champion Darryl Tyson (23-1, 12 ko's).

   Freddie's last win came on Aug. 14, 1986 when he forced 50 fight veteran Arnel Arrozal to not come out for round 6.

   Freddie's last pro bout was fought just two months later.  He dropped a very tough battle with unbeaten David Rivello (9-0, 4 ko) by decision.

   Freddie Roach was a fighter's fighter, and that's probably why he has become one of boxing's most celebrated trainers guiding the careers of boxing's best including:  Manny Pacquiao, Miguel Cotto, Lucia Rijker, Amir Khan, and many others.

   Freddie did not have the big knockout punch, but his heart and tenacity made him a top 20 contender for most of his exciting career, and a definite fan favorite too.

Here's Freddie's entire pro boxing ledger on:  BOXREC.COM

If you would like to see Freddie Roach in boxing action, I have the following bouts available on DVD:


1. LOUIE BURKE #1                         [L-12] {ESPN Jr. Light Title}
2. REYNALDO ZARAGOZA            [ko-8]
3. JOSE RESENDEZ #3                     [w-10]
4. DAVID CAPO                               [w-10]
5. HASSAN ALI (Herman Ingram)     [w-8]
6. JOE RUELAZ                                 [tko-4]
7. RICHIE FOSTER                           [tko-8]
8. EFRAIN NIEVES #2                      [L-10]
9. TOMMY CORDOVA                    [L-12] {ESPN Jr. Light Title}
10. DELIO PALACIOS                      [w-10]
11. CARLOS BRYANT                     [w-10]
12. GREG HAUGEN                          [tko-by-7]
13. ARNEL ARROZAL                      [tko-5]
14. DAVID RIVELLO                        [L-10] (Freddie Roach's LAST Pro Bout)

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Tuesday, November 8, 2016


Nickname: "The Hebrew Hammer"

Tim Puller serving up great food instead of punishment in the ring

   Philadelphia's "Hebrew Hammer" Tim Puller was an imposing figure at 6' 6" tall.  He stepped onto the Pro Heavyweight boxing scene on Nov. 30, 1990 with a 2nd round tko over 282 pound Pedro Garcia in a bout held at The Sands Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada.

   He built a record of 6-0, 3 ko's, including a nice win over Los Angeles' Leon Carter (3-0, 2 ko) in an early showdown of young up & coming unbeaten heavyweights before taking his first defeat at the hands of Sim Warrior.  That bout was held at The Hacienda in Las Vegas, NV.  Puller would avenge that loss to Mr. Warrior 8 months later with a very satisfying 8 round decision victory.

   He put together a nice 5-1, 3 ko streak after that loss (which included the revenge win over Warrior), and took a record of 11-2, 6 ko's into his challenge for the vacant IBC Heavyweight Title against fellow fringe contender - Sherman Griffin (16-4, 12 ko) in Harlingen, TX.  It was a great night for Puller who battled his way to an 8th round technical knockout over Griffin to claim the IBC World Heavyweight Title.

Puller's battle with Chris Byrd
   Tim never defended that title, but instead, stepped up to begin facing world class opposition.  He defeated well respected journeyman Mike Dixon via 10 round unanimous decision, and then faced 3 current or future world champions.  Chris Byrd (11-0, 8 ko), Tim Witherspoon (42-4, 28 ko), and Lou Savarese (34-0, 28 ko).  Puller was stopped by all 3.

   Tim then began fighting in Washington State, where he put together a string of 7 straight wins, which included an 8 round win over former IBO/WBF Heavyweight Title challenger - Craig Payne (12-14-1, 8 ko), and Tim's last pro victory - a clear 10 round decision victory over former WBA Heavyweight Title challenger, the legendary James "Quick" Tillis (42-20-1, 31 ko).

   Puller would fight just twice more losing a decision to Marvin Hunt in 2000, and being stopped in round 4 by Yohan Banks in his final bout, 13 years later, on Sept. 21, 2013.

Dan with "The Hebrew Hammer" in 1994

   Puller ended his pro boxing career with a record of: 20 wins, 7 defeats, winning 11 by knockout.  His boxing days spanned 23 years, with a 13 year layoff before trying it one more time in 2013.  He got only one shot at a title, and won it.  A very likable gentleman who was good with the fans, and had lots of support from boxing fans around the USA.

Click here to see: Tim Puller's entire Pro Ledger on

If you would like to see Tim "The Hebrew Hammer" Puller in action, I have the following of his boxing matches available on DVD:

1. TIM MORRISON                          [tko-2]
2. BILL CORRIGAN                         [tko-4]
3. DESMOND BROWN                   [ko-1]
4. MIKE DIXON                               [w-10]                       
5. CHRIS BYRD                               [tko-by-5]
6. TIM WITHERSPOON                  [tko-by-2]
7. LOU SAVARESE                         [tko-by-2]

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Wednesday, October 12, 2016


   Santa Fe New Mexico's Jayla Ortiz was an outstanding all around athlete who was drawn to the boxing ring where she could display that athleticism.

    October 4, 1997 saw Jayla open her pro career with a 2nd round tko over an outmatched Merlinda Tafoya.  Two months later, Tafoya got a rematch but the results were the same with Ortiz dominating her again for a 2nd round tko win.

   She was 2-0, 2 ko and fought in front of her home town fans of Santa Fe, New Mexico scoring a first round tko over Mexico's Angelica Villian.

   After the fast start, she hit a bump in the road as she went 0-4-3 in her next 7 bouts.  She fought a much higher level of competition with 6 of the 7 bouts on the road.

   She showed a fast learning curve in the ring, as she avenged 2 of the results from that 7 fight stretch.  She lost a decision to Brenda Burnside, but came back with a draw in the rematch, and she fought a draw with Mexico's Copitzi Mendivil in their first meeting, but came back to score wins in two rematches.

   Ortiz came back strong and built her record to 5-5-3, 3 ko earning her a shot at the New Mexico State Bantamweight Title against undefeated fellow New Mexican, and future IFBA Bantamweight World Champion - Adriana Delgado (4-0, 2 ko).  The bout took place on Nov. 6 1999 in Las Vegas, New Mexico.

   It was a surprising but convincing outcome as Ortiz scored a one-sided unanimous decision victory to win the State Title over the favored Delgado.  Scores were 60-54, 60-56, and 59-55 for Ortiz.

   Ortiz, now the state Champion went on a tear going unbeaten in her next 7 bouts.  She won 6 of them, but her win against former Women's IBF World Champion - Delia Gonzalez was later changed to a no contest.  She also fought a majority draw against Leanne Villareal in that stretch but avenged the draw with a unanimous decision win in their 2nd meeting.

   She was now ranked and ready for a shot at the vacant IFBA Jr. Featherweight Championship.  She faced unbeaten Jackie Chavez (7-0, 3 ko) for the title in Ignacio, Colorado.  Ortiz lost a very close unanimous decision on scores of 96-94, 96-94, and one judge turning in a surprising card of 100-90 all for Chavez.

   Her performance solidified her reputation as one of the top female boxers in the division, and she got the call to travel to Germany and face the defending Women's IBF Featherweight Champion - Silke Weickenmeier (16-3-4).  The bout went the full 10 rounds, but it was Weickenmeier successfully defending her title in front of the home town German boxing fans.

   Jayla fought twice more, losing to Valanna McGee (9-2-1, 4 ko) in California for the vacant GBU Female Jr. Lightweight Title in her next bout.

   Cinco de Mayo of 2006 saw Jayla in what would turn out to be her final bout.  She faced Albuquerque's Leanne Villareal for the 3rd time, having scored a win and a draw against Villareal in the previous two meetings.  This one would be for the Vacant NABC Jr. Lightweight Title, and it was staged in Jayla's home town of Santa Fe.  Ortiz went out in strong fashion with an impressive 8 round sweep on scores of 80-72 on all 3 judges scorecards.

Jayla is interviewed by Dan Sisneros as trainer Dan Cushner looks on, and Chris Cozzone takes notes

   It was a great way to go out - a winner, with a new title belt around her waist.  Jayla was always well respected on the New Mexico boxing scene, and she ended her career with a final record of: 12 wins, 8 defeats, 4 draws, and winning 3 by knockout.

Click here to see: Jayla Ortiz's entire pro ledger on

If you would like to see Jayla in boxing action, I have the following bouts available on DVD:

1. MERLINDA TAFOYA #1                  [tko-2]
2. MERLINDA TAFOYA #2                  [tko-2]
3. ANGELICA VILLIAN                        [tko-1]
4. BRENDA BURNSIDE #1                   [L-4]                           
5. KATHY WILLIAMS                           [L-6]
6. ADRIANA DELGADO                       [w-6] {New Mexico State Bantam Title}
7. LEANNE VILLAREAL #3                  [w-8] {Vacant NABC Jr. Light Title}

1. Gail Martinez (Colorado)

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Tuesday, September 27, 2016


  Colombian born Juan Carlos (JC) Candelo turned professional Jan. 27, 1995 in Doraville, Georgia, with a 3rd round TKO win over Jack Williams.  He won his next two bouts, and then hit a "neutral" streak going 0-1-3 during that stretch.  After 7 pro fights, JC had a mediocre looking record of 3-1-3, 2 ko.

   That's when things heated up for Candelo.  He would not lose another professional fight for nearly 4 years, going 14-0, 12 by knockout during those years, fighting in the USA, Virgin Islands, Costa Rica, and Puerto Rico, steadily moving up into the top of the world rankings of all sanctioning bodies.

   With the world rankings came tougher opposition and the streak finally ended on Dec. 5, 1999 when he lost a very close split decision to Michael Lerma (20-3, 17 ko) on scores of 95-94 for Candelo, 95-94 for Lerma, and 97-94 for Lerma.  Five fights later, Candelo would return the favor, scoring a hard fought but unanimous decision victory  to avenge his loss to Lerma on scores of 96-94, 98-92 & 98-92 all in Candelo's favor.

   Impressive wins over some solid fighters earned Candelo his first title shot.  He would face former IBA Americas Middleweight Champion - Mexico's Angel "Toro" Hernandez (20-2, 15 ko) for the vacant NABF Jr. Middleweight Championship.  The fight was held in Las Vegas, NV on Jan. 12, 2002.  It was a barn burner of a bout, and ended on close scores of 111-116, 112-115, and 113-114 in favor of Hernandez.

   After a convincing unanimous decision win over Alfred Ankamah (20-8, 17 ko) on an ESPN televised
card, a rematch was ordered for the NABF Jr. Middleweight title with Angel Hernandez who was now 24-2.  The bout was televised on Friday the 13th of Dec. 2002, and was the main event of an ESPN2 broadcast.  It was Candelo's night all the way as he fought hard and smart to score a unanimous decision victory leaving no doubt on scores of 116-112, and 117-111 x 2.  

   Not only did that fight place the NABF title around JC's waist, it earned him the respect to be named as the challenger Ronald "Winky" Wright's (44-3) IBF World Jr. Middleweight Championship in his next fight.  That fight was part of an HBO Pay-per-view card that featured 4 World Title fights, including Roy Jones battle with John Ruiz for the WBA Heavyweight Championship.  Candelo showed well, but came up short dropping a unanimous decision to the champion on scores of 118-110, and 117-111 x 2.

   Candelo bounced back with an impressive win over fast rising Julio "The Cuban Lover" Garcia (25-1-2, 11 ko).  Juan Carlos looked sharp and stopped Garcia at 2:32 of round 8 to defend his NABF Jr. Middleweight Title Belt in a bout shown on ESPN for the world to see.

    JC Candelo was now facing the best of the division as he went on a stretch which included bouts against:  Kassim Ouma, Eduardo Sanchez, Marco Antonio Rubio, Teddy Reid, Verno Phillips, and undefeated
Candelo with fans Jeff & Cindy Daniel, and Dan Sisneros
James Moore (14-0).  He went 2-5-1 during that 8 fight stretch, but performed at a high level, and considering the constant string of contenders and former/future champions, it did not knock him out of the top 20 rankings.

   Candelo scored a mild upset victory over Chase "White Tiger" Shields (29-2-1, 14 ko) via tko as Shields could not answer the bell for round 8 in a bout held in Shields hometown of Houston, TX.  Two fights later, Shields wanting to avenge that loss, defended his USNBC Jr. Middleweight Title Belt against Candelo in Dallas, TX.  This time Candelo's slick boxing caused Shields to resort to head butts which resulted in a DQ victory for Candelo, adding another title belt to his credit.

   Mr. Candelo defended that title once, and was successful scoring a 7th round TKO over Justin Flanagan (9-1, 5 ko).  That would be Candelo's last professional victory.  He would fight 4 more times, in losing efforts to top notch opposition.  Raul Casarez (18-2), Fernando Guerrero (24-1), former multi-World Champion Jermain Taylor (31-4-1), and his final bout April 5th, 2014 losing to Abraham "Abie" Han (21-1) being stopped in round 2 of an attempt to win the vacant UBF Intercontinental Middleweight Title.

   JC Candelo's pro boxing career spanned nearly two decades and it was a very successful campaign.  He finished with a pro record of:  32 wins, 14 defeats, 4 draws, winning 21 via the knockout route.  

Click here to see: Juan Carlos Candelo's entire pro ledger on

If you would like to see JC Candelo in boxing action, I have the following bouts of his available on DVD:

1. WILFREDO VAZQUEZ                    [tko-5]
2. GARY JONES                                   [ko-9]
3. TONY BADEA                                  [w-10]
4. MICHAEL LERMA #2                      [w-10]
5. RON JOHNSON                               [tko-4]
6. ALFRED ANKAMAH                      [w-10]
7. ANGEL HERNANDEZ #2                [w-12] {NABF Jr. Middle Title}
8. RONALD "Winky" WRIGHT            [L-12] {IBF Jr. Middle Title}
9. JULIO GARCIA                                [tko-8] {NABF Jr. Middle Title}
10. KASSIM OUMA                            [tko-by-10]
11. EDDIE SANCHEZ                          [L-12]
12. MARCO ANTONIO RUBIO          [L-10]
13. TEDDY REID                                 [Draw-10]
14. VERNO PHILLIPS                         [L-10]
15. RAUL CASAREZ                           [L-8]
16. FERNANDO GUERRERO             [tko-by-6]

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Tuesday, September 13, 2016


Nickname: "Zurdo de Oro"

   Los Angeles' Carlos Navarro was one of The USA's great amateurs of the 1990's.  He won medals at both the Goodwill Games (1994) and U.S. Olympic Festival (1995).  He also scored a win over Floyd Mayweather Jr. at the 1995 Pan American games boxoffs.

   Navarro turned professional on July 25, 1996 and started things off with a 2nd round KO over Luis Martinez.  He ran off a 10-0 record to start things, and took that undefeated record into a challenge for the California State Featherweight Title.  Carlos won via unanimous decision against his fellow undefeated prospect Marcos Licona (11-0-1).

   3 fights later, the California State Champion stepped up to challenge for the WBU Jr. Featherweight Championship against Nicky Bentz (30-1-1).  It was a wild affair with Navarro going down late in the 2nd round, but Bentz was dropped 5 times in the bout that went the full 12 round distance.  Navarro won on a wide unanimous decision.

   Carlos made 2 more successful defenses of his WBU Title belt, and finally tasted his first defeat losing his title to Carlos Contreras (12-4-1) via unanimous decision on scores of 112-115, 111-116, and 110-117.  He now stood at 19-1, 15 ko, was world ranked and 3 fights later, he moved up in weight to fight and defeat Mexico's Nestor Lopez (19-6-2) by knockout in round 9 to pick up the IBA Jr. Lightweight Championship.

   Navarro's next big challenge came on June 3, 2001 in Elgin, Illinois.  He faced undefeated rising star Lamont Peterson (15-0-1) for the vacant USBA Jr. Lightweight Title.  The bout was also named
as an IBF Jr. Lightweight title eliminator - the winner would get a shot at the IBF World Title.  It was not Carlos' night as he was stopped by Peterson in round 9.

   Carlos bounced back with a Draw against Puerto Rico's Omar Adorno (13-2)  and then took his 3rd loss in a showdown bout against undefeated knockout artist - "The Galaxy Warrior" Nate Campbell (20-0, 17 ko).

   Carlos came back strong with some great wins including a huge 7th round tko win over former WBC World Champion Luisito Espinosa (47-11, 26 ko) to pick up the vacant WBC Mundo Hispano Jr. Lightweight Title belt.

   In his next bout, he stopped another former world Champion.  This time it was former WBO Champ Agapito Sanchez.  Navarro stopped him in round 11 to add the WBC Continental Americas Jr. Lightweight Title belt to his collection.

   Carlos lost in his first defense of that title against Bobby "The Sniper" Pacquiao (26-11-3).

   Carlos Navarro would fight just 3 more times, making quick work of Donnell Logan in 1 round, and then losing a very close majority decision to NABF Champion Agnaldo Nunes (17-1-1, 8 ko) in an attempt to pick up one more title belt.  It was close with scores of 114-114, and 113-115 x 2.

   Carlos' final fight came nearly 11 years after he turned professional.  He went out dropping a very close split decision to former WBA Featherweight Champion - Derrick "Smoke" Gainer (40-7-1, 24 ko).

    The Golden Southpaw finished his career with a final record of: 27 wins, 6 defeats, 1 draw, winning 22 by knockout.  A very impressive finishing record.  Winning several title belts and facing top notch opponents, he proved his self to be a highly skilled championship class boxer.

Check out Carlos Navarro's complete Pro Ledger on: BOXREC.COM - Carlos Navarro

If you would like to see Carlos Navarro in action, I have the following bouts available on DVD:

1. JOEY BORRERO                               [ko-1]
2. JOSE VICENTENO                           [ko-6]
3. HECTOR SANTANA                         [ko-4]
4. NICKY BENTZ                             [w-12] {WBU Jr. Feather Title}
5. MARCOS BADILLO                    [tko-3]
6. JAVIER LUCAS                          [ko-2] {IBA Continental Americas Jr. Light Title}
7. UBALDO HERNANDEZ (*Rd 1-6 only)    [ko-7]
8. LAMONT PEARSON                   [tko-by-9] {Vacant USBA Jr. Light  Title}
9. OMAR ADORNO                         [Draw-10]
10. BOBBY PACQUIAO                  [ko-by-7] {WBC Continental Americas Jr. Light Title}
11. DERRICK GAINER                   [L-10] (*Carlos Navarro's LAST Pro Bout)


1. Rene Schultz (Ger)            (94GWG)
2. Khikmatulla Akhmedov    (UZB94GWG/A)
3. Waldemar Font (Cub)       (94/GWG/A)
4. Enrique Carrion                (Cub/A/'94 Dual)
5. Juan Ruiz (NM)
6. Julio P. Chacon(PR)          (95 PanAm)
7. Jason Pires                         ('95 USOLYFST)
8. Lorenzo Aragon (Cuba)     (HL:1st Rd.Only,'95Dual)

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a) Spars Marco Antonio Barrera  (at L.A. Boxing Club)
b) Works Mits                               (at L.A. Boxing Club)
c) "Eye on Sports"                        (5.5 Min.)

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Monday, August 29, 2016


Nickname: "The Nature Boy"

   Homer Gibbins amassed an incredible amateur record of 226 wins, 23 losses with over 100 knockouts.  Multiple Georgia state Golden Gloves & Silver Gloves titles, a bronze medal at the 1988 Eastern Olympic trials, and many other titles and awards.  No doubt one of the great amateurs ever produced from the state of Georgia.

   He turned professional on 8/11/1990 and was shockingly stopped in the 3rd round of his professional debut by California's Peter Waswa.

   Homer returned to the ring and put together a fast tracked 10-0, 9 ko streak before taking his 2nd defeat by split decision against Paul Denard.

   He did not lose another bout for nearly 2 1/2 years.  In that stretch he won 15 straight, 13 by knockout and 9 of those in the first round before taking his 25-2, 22 ko record into a WBF Jr. Welter Title challenge against highly respected contender Kenny Vice (29-7, 24 ko).  It was a great night for Gibbins who stopped Vice in round 7 to win his first title.  He never defended that title.

   He continued the winning streak with 6 straight victories before challenging undefeated George Scott (21-0, 12 ko) for the WBC Continental Americas Jr. Welter championship.  It was a great fight that ended with Scott's unbeaten record intact via close majority decision.

   He bounced back from that loss with an impressive victory over world ranked Todd Foster (32-2, 28 ko) via 7th round Technical Decision in Biloxi, MS.

   Two more wins later, including a 10 round unanimous decision win over Wayne Boudreaux (20-5), Gibbins was named as the opponent for the IBC Welterweight Title Belt against defending champion - Hector "Macho" Camacho (50-3, 24 ko).  Homer dropped a hard fought 12 round decision against the elusive champion.

   His performance was impressive enough to earn him another world title fight in his next bout.  Sept. 15, 1995 was the night that Gibbins was ko'd in round 8 against defending champion Jake Rodriguez (27-3-2) for the WBU Jr. Welterweight Title.

   He went 4-1 in his next 5 fights, and traveled to Denmark to face defending champion Frank Olsen (30-1) for the vacant IBF Inter-Continental Welterweight title.  Olsen scored the 7th round technical knockout to win the vacant title.

   Gibbins returned to Atlanta Georgia, and scored a big win against Carlos Alberto Martinez (12-2, 3 ko) by decision over 10 rounds.  He followed that big win going 2-5 against some very high caliber boxers including - Matt Vanda (26-0), Grover Wiley (24-3-1), Jimmy Lange (20-1-1), and then taking a fight way out of his weight division - traveling to Quebec, Canada to face unbeaten prospect and future world champion - Jean Pascal (4-0, 3 ko).

   Three fights later, Homer would face world ranked "Bad" Chad Broussard (53-4) for the vacant IBU Welterweight Title.  Gibbins dropped a unanimous decision on scores of 111-116 on all 3 judges cards.  He was granted an immediate rematch and made the most of it knocking out the champion to claim his IBU Welterweight Title belt and add it to his collection.

   Gibbins would fight just two more times, dropping a 3rd round tko loss to Roberto Garcia (20-2), and then losing the rubber match to Chad Broussard (55-5) via a hard fought very close split decision over 10 rounds.

   It was an incredible odyssey for a very talented fighter.   He finished with a pro record of: 44 wins, 16 losses, winning 31 by knockout.  A glorious amateur career, an excellent Pro career, fighting for and  winning title belts along the way.  Georgia's favorite Son brought plenty of excitement and pride to boxing fans.

Click here to see Homer Gibbins complete pro ledger on: BOXREC.COM

If you would like to see Homer Gibbins in action between the ropes, I have the following bouts available on DVD:

TODD FOSTER                                  [Tech-w-7]
WAYNE BOUDREAUX                    [w-10]
HECTOR "Macho" CAMACHO        [L-12] {IBC Welter Title}   
JAKE RODRIGUEZ                           [ko-by-8] {WBU Jr. Welter Title}
JIMMY LANGE                                 [tko-by-3]

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Tuesday, August 16, 2016


Nickname: "Mad Max"

   Albuquerque's Max Heyman was an outstanding amateur kickboxer who after a short amateur boxing career stepped into the world of professional boxing on June 14, 1997 and ko'd 12 fight veteran Luis Medina in 74 seconds of the opening round.

   The power lifting amateur kick-boxer turned pro boxer built a nice record of 7-1-1, 5 ko) before being tested against undefeated Antwon Leach (7-0-1, 6 ko) at The Great Western Forum in Inglewood, CA.  Heyman fought the local favorite to a 6 round draw, passing the test.

   The New Mexico Light-Heavyweight now found his self traveling to Missouri, Mississippi, and Nevada for fights against the next level of opposition.  He lost a split decision to Shannon Miller, but scored a huge win over Gustavo "La Parka" Enriquez (8-2, 5 ko) in Las Vegas, NV.

   The win over Enriquez earned Heyman a shot at undefeated prospect Miguel Angel Jimenez (14-0, 5 ko).  Max took a big step up in reputation with an 8 round unanimous decision win over the previously unbeaten Jimenez.

   A 6 round decision win over Jeremy Morrison (11-1, 8 ko) in a bout televised on ESPN from The Playboy Mansion in Beverly Hills, CA, and a 10 round draw against Ed Dalton (24-7, 6 ko) earned Heyman
a shot at the NABO Light-Heavyweight Title against defending champion - unbeatem and world ranked knockout artist -Julian "Mr. KO" Letterlough (14-0-1, 14 ko).  Heyman was stopped by the undefeated champion by tko in round 6 of his first title challenge.

   Heyman battled on and put together a 7-1 stretch that included wins over former WBC Continental Americas Light Heavyweight Champion - Ray Berry (19-7-1, 7 ko) and stopping former IBC Welterweight Title Challenger - Roland Commings.

   It was August 20, 2004 when Heyman faced former New Mexico Amateur State Champion - Joseph Brady (13-1-1, 6 ko) for his New Mexico State Super Middleweight Title belt.  It was a great night for Heyman as the defending champion could not answer the bell for round 5.

   Max Heyman went 2-1-1 after that bout, and earned another title shot, this time it was for the vacant NABA Light-Heavyweight Title.  He had to travel to Montreal, Quebec Canada and face undefeated local star Adrian Diaconu (20-0, 13 ko).  The Hometown boy won via 4th round knockout.

   3 fights later, Heyman got a shot at the vacant NABF Light-Heavyweight Championship.  But, again, he had to travel to face an unbeaten favorite in their hometown.  This time it was Chris Henry (18-0, 15 ko), and Heyman was stopped in round 2 of the bout scheduled for 12.

   Max bounced back with a win over Louisiana's Roy Ashworth, and then split a pair of cross-town grudge matches against "Mad" Mike Alderete also of Albuquerque.  Heyman lost the first meeting by split decision, but got his revenge, stopping Alderete in the 8th round of the rematch.

   Heyman defeated Chicago's Chris Thomas by unanimous decision, and then went out with two title bouts to end his professional career.  First traveling to Magdeburg, Germany, losing to Hometown Champion Robin Krasniqi (38-2, 14 ko) for his WBO International Light-Heavyweight Title.  And then his final professional bout June 13, 2014 traveling to Saint Joseph, MO and moving up in weight, losing a challenge for the WBC Continental Americas Cruiserweight Championship against knockout machine and defending champion Olanrewaju Durodola (17-2, 16 ko) in the main event.

Max Heyman with Dan Sisneros

    Max Heyman earned his reputation as a boxer who never ducked a challenge, and was willing to travel anywhere to face any boxer who would put their title on the line.  He finished his pro career with a record of: 25 wins, 14 losses, and 4 draws, winning 13 times by knockout.

Max Heyman's entire Pro Ledger on CLICK HERE

If you would like to see Max Heyman in action, I have the following bouts available on DVD:

1. LUIS MEDINA                    [ko-1] (Pro Debut)
2. JAVIER HURTADO            [tko-1]
3. ARIEL CONDE                   [tko-5]
4. ANTWON LEACH              [Draw-6]
5. JEREMY MORRISON        [w-6]
6. ROLAND COMMINGS      [tko-4]
7. PAULINO AVITIA              [tko-2]

Amateur Boxing:     1. Michael Sillas
Amateur Kickboxing:   1. Chino Soto

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Sunday, August 7, 2016


Nickname: "Half Man - Half Amazing"

   Long Beach, California's Jeremy Williams was one of America's outstanding amateur boxers.  Williams was a 2 time national Golden Gloves champion, Jr. Olympic Champion and won many other  titles as well as a Bronze Medal in the  1990 Goodwill Games.  He lost his bid to represent the USA on the 1992 Olympic Team, losing to eventual team member Montell Griffin in the boxoffs.  He finished with an incredible record of 168-4 as an amateur.  He is also a member of the Golden Gloves Hall-of-Fame.

   He turned professional in October of 1992 with a 2nd round destruction of 8 fight pro -Jerry Arentzen, who had already faced Peter McNeeley, and Michael Bentt.  Williams was considered a "Can't Miss Prospect".

   Because of his reputation as a knockout artist, he was "TV Friendly" and was followed closely by boxing fans around the world.  After 7 impressive wins against mediocre opponents, Williams was 7-0, 6 by knockout with all of his 6 ko's coming inside of 2 rounds.  He was put into his first test against highly respected "Gate Keeper" - Marion Wilson.  Despite being knocked down in round 5, Williams was too much for Wilson, winning handily over the 8 round distance.

   Having performed so well, he was stepped up in his next fight and was pitted against undefeated former U.S. Olympican - Dannell Nicholson (10-0, 8 ko).  It was a highly anticipated showdown of unbeaten top heavyweight prospects.  Williams left no doubt who the "top" prospect was, knocking out Nicholson at 2:56 of the 2nd round.

   He continued to roll over his opponents, and won the vacant WBC Continental Americas Heavyweight Title with a 12th round Technical Knockout over Garing Lane.  He defended that title with a 9th round knockout over Mark Wills.

   It was March of 1994 when Williams tasted his first pro defeat at the hands of former U.S. Olympian - Larry Donald (12-0, 10 ko) by a Majority decision, losing his WBC Cont-Am Belt.

   Jeremy bounced back from his first defeat in grand fashion, scoring 4 straight wins over good names, Bert Cooper, and Levi Billups among them, and then winning the California State Heavyweight Title in a slugfest that saw both boxers go down several times
Autograph from Jeremy Williams
during the bout.  But Williams was able to climb off of the deck to stop Everton Davis in round 9.

   He continued with wins over more top names including Jesse Ferguson (20-13), Quinn Navarre (17-1-1), and regaining his now vacant WBC Continental Americas title with a tko over David Sewell (15-3-1).

   It was more than 2 years since he had taken his lone defeat, and now Jeremy had moved up to a top ten ranking, and got his first world title challenge taking his 26-1 record into battle against 6' 7" undefeated Henry Akinwande (29-0-1) for the vacant WBO Heavyweight World Title.   Williams was unsuccessful in his first world title bid, being knocked out in round 3.

   4 fights later, Williams had added 3 more wins to his ledger, and defeated Brett Lally (20-7) for the vacant NABO Heavyweight Championship.

   Williams continued to win in exciting fashion scoring knockouts, and dropping a decision to Maurice Harris before getting his 2nd chance at a world title.  This time he had to travel to Denmark and face Brian Nielsen (56-1, 39 ko) for his IBC Heavyweight crown.  The champion scored a 5th round TKO to defend his title against the American challenger.

Dan Sisneros visits with Jeremy Williams at Ringside in 1994
  Jeremy Williams continued to battle on, scoring some big wins against solid opponents including: David Bostice (27-5-1), Ron Guerrero (15-4-2), Andre Purlette (35-1), Atilla Levin (29-1), and fighting a 10 round draw with former IBF Cruiserweight Champion of the World - Alfred "Ice" Cole.

   2004 saw Williams face off with the menacing and undefeated "Nigerian Nightmare" - Samuel Peter (20-0, 17 ko) for the vacant NABF Heavyweight Title.  Peter landed the knockout punch to win that night via 2nd round knockout.

   Jeremy fought just twice more.  Winning a split decision against Gary Gomez (18-8-1), and then fighting for the last time in the professional boxing ring, and going out a winner with a 3rd round victory over Travis Fulton who was DQ'd for excessive holding.  That final bout earned Williams the vacant WBU Heavyweight crown.

   Jeremy Williams career was filled with exciting moments, and lots of great action.  He was undersized for a heavyweight at just 6' 1" and fighting most of his career in the 220 Lb. range.  He finished his amazing career with a final tally of:  43 wins, 5 losses, and 1 draw, scoring 35 big knockouts.

Here is Jeremy Williams: Complete Pro Leger on

If you would like to see this amazing power puncher in action, I have these bouts available on DVD:

1. JERRY ARENTZEN                    [tko-2] (Pro Debut)
2. HASSAN SHABAZZ                   [tko-1]
3. SINCLAIR BABB                       [ko-2]
4. ROBERT "Iron Head" SMITH      [w-6]
5. MARION WILSON                    [w-8]
6. DANELL NICHOLSON             [ko-2]
7. FRANKIE SWINDELL              [w-10]
8. DOUG DAVIS                           [ko-1]
9. MARK YOUNG                        [ko-6]
10. NATHANIEL FITCH               [tko-7]
11. GARING LANE                     [tko-12] {Vacant WBC Continental Americas Heavy Title}
12. MARK WILLS #1                 [ko-9] {WBC Continental Americas Heavy Title}
13. LARRY DONALD                [L-12] {WBC Continental Americas Heavy Title}
14. BERT COOPER                    [w-DQ-7]
15. MARK WILLS #2                 [tko-6]
16. LEVI BILLUPS                     [ko-2]
17. EVERTON DAVIS               [tko-9] {Vacant California State Heavy Title}
18. JESSE FERGUSON             [tko-7]
19. QUINN NAVARRE             [tko-2] {Vacant WBC Continental Americas Heavy Title}
20. DAVID SEWELL                  [tko-5] {WBC Continental Americas Heavy Title}
21. ARTHUR WEATHERS           [tko-1]
22. VINCENT BOULWARE             [tko-2]
23. HENRY AKINWANDE -          [ko-by-3] {Vacant WBO Heavy Title}
24. LOUIS MONACO #1               [ko-3]
25. PHIL JACKSON                      [ko-1]
26. DOMINGO MONROE            [tko-1]
27. MAURICE HARRIS               [L-10]
28. DAVID BOSTICE                  [ko-1]
29. RON GUERRERO                 [w-10]
30. GILBERT MARTINEZ           [tko-9]
31. ANDRE PURLETTE               [w-10]
32. ATTILA LEVIN                     [tko-8]
33. SAMUEL PETER                  [ko-by-2] {Vacant NABF Heavy Title}
34. GARY GOMEZ                    [w-8]

1. Ray Lathon                                  (HL ONLY)
2. Richard Bonds (US)
3. Andre Kurjavka #2 (URS)           [w-3] (1990 Dual Meet)
4. Ko Yo Da(S.Kor)
5. Rostislav Zaulichny(URS)             (1991 Dual Meet)
6. Serge Klokov(URS)                    (Begin Mid rd. 2)
7. Darius Michaelczeski                   
8. John Ruiz                                     (Rd. 3 of 3 only)
9. Dale Brown (Canada)                  [rsc-2] {1990 USA/Canada Dual}
10. Andre Kurnyavka #1 (USSR)    [ko-by-3](1990 GWG)
11. Ljubomir Agov                           [rsc-1]
12. Montell Griffin #3                       (1992 Olympic Boxoffs)
Other Stuff:
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