CITY, NJ (February 29, 2012)—This past
Saturday night, Welterweight
Ronald Cruz lived up to his top fifteen ranking and remained undefeated
scored a ten round unanimous decision over Allen Conyers in a back and
slugfest in Atlantic City.
looked good early as he used his length and stuck out the jab that
confuse Cruz early.
Cruz rocked and then
sent Conyers down to the canvas at the end of the opening frame. Conyers
was able to regain his composure and
fight well in spots over the rest of the fight. Cruz
, who is normally an orthodox fighter,
fought most of the fight from the southpaw stance. Cruz
would later state that it was something
he saw in the first round that he was able to exploit Conyers.
many back and forth exchanges with Cruz getting the better of most of
Cruz landed some solid
combinations with Conyers trying to fire back which thrilled the
at Ballys in Atlantic City.
stronger down the stretch and came home with the most impressive
was ranked number fifteen by the IBF raises his perfect ledger to 16-0.
co-feature, IBF number nine ranked Cruiserweight Garrett Wilson scored
round stoppage over Pedro Martinez in a battle of Philadelphia based
Martinez in the second and landed a shot that may have broken the nose
Wilson came out and dropped
Martinez in the third.
With his Martinez
nose leaking blood the fight was stopped.
Wilson will now look forward
to a rematch with Andres Taylor on April 14th.
of Camden, New Jersey Welterweights, Luis Cream remained undefeated by
Miguel Corcino on his way to a four round unanimous decision.
Montalvo scored what many are calling his second straight upset as he
DeCarlo Perez in round two of their scheduled six round Welterweight
Jeff Lentz made a successful pro debut with a vicious first round
Aikens made it two straight over Charles Kirby as he scored a four
unanimous decision in their super middleweight rematch.
twice that evening as he proposed in the middle of the ring to his now
rematch, Korey Pritchett scored a four round unanimous decision over
Sloane in a Jr. Welterweight bout.