Peltz Boxing: Rosado vs Bruce
NEW YORK / ATLANTIC CITY (July 18, 2011)—This past Friday night at Ballys in Atlantic City, Jr. Middleweight Gabriel Rosado scored a fifth round stoppage over late replacement Ayi Bruce in a scheduled eight round that headlined a action filled six bout card that was streamed LIVE all over the world.
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Rosado showed lighting quick hands and pounded a game Bruce throughout the first three rounds. In round four, Rosado dropped Bruce with a flurry of punches before ending the round by bouncing Bruce around from pillar to post.
There was some confusion in between round’s four and five as after being battered in round four, Bruce and the referee miscommunicated and for a brief moment the referee ruled that Bruce would not continue. But things were quickly restored and the fight continued but for not much longer as Rosado pounded Bruce and the fight was stopped at 2:56 of round four.
Rosado is now 17-5 with ten knockouts.
EDITORS NOTE—Rosado was arrested just hours after the bout after he and some friends allegedly got into an altercation where a police officer was punched in the mouth and Rosado was charged in the incident
In the co-feature, Tony Ferrante shook off a lackluster first three rounds to come back to stop Andre Hemphill in round seven of a scheduled eight round Light Heavyweight bout.
Hemphill had success by landing some good right hands over the first three frames. In an instant he seemed to tire and began to hold. He was deducted a point and eventually stopped in round seven.
Ferrante won his second straight fight and is now 11-2 with six knockouts.
In an entertaining six round fight, Jamaal Davis (12-8-1) and Eberto Medina (5-6-1) fought to a draw.
Decarlo Perez (4-0-1) remained undefeated by winning a four round unanimous decision over Keane Davis (1-3) in a Welterweight bout.
In what may have been the fight of the night, Bryne Green (7-4-1) knocked Tyrine Luckey (4-1) from the ranks of the undefeated by winning a four round unanimous decision in a Lightweight bout
Naim Nelson (2-0) remained undefeated by putting the first loss on Korey Sloan (1-1) via four round unanimous decision in a Jr. Welterweight bout.