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Live Boxing Results: Kings Promotions Fight Night

Myke Fox

Photo by Frank Mitchell Photography, LLC

On Saturday, February 11, 2017, undefeated Junior Welterweight prospect, Mykal “The Professor” Fox took on hard-punching Tre’Sean Wiggins in the eight-round main event of a big night of boxing at Rosecroft Raceway in Fort Washington, MD.

The fight card, presented by Kings Promotions and Keystone Boxing, also featured Luther Smith vs. Darnell Pierce, Justin Hurd vs. Dawond Pickney and Tyrek Irby vs. Lamont White.

Check out the results for each bout bellow and make sure to check out @RBRBoxing on Instagram for more videos, photos and discussion on each fight.

Live Boxing Results:

Fox vs. Wiggins

Mykal Fox vs. Tre’Sean Wiggins

In the eight-round main event, undefeated Kings Promotions fighter, Mykal “The Professor” Fox took on a tough opponent in Tre’Sean Wiggins.

Wiggins hung tough early on in the bout, even winning two out of the first three rounds, but Fox kept his composure and overwhelmed his opponent with his superior boxing ability.

Fox earned a majority-decision win behind good movement and a stiff jab.

Official scores were 76-76, 77-75 and 78-74.

Luther Smith vs. Darnell Pierce

Luther Smith wasted little time handling business in his scheduled six-round bout against Darnell Pierce.

Smith backed up Pierce early before stopping him with a killer hook.

Smith improves to 7-1, 6 KOs while Pierce loses his first pro fight and goes to 5-1.

Marcus Bates vs. Alec McGee

In a fight scheduled for six rounds, Marcus Bates and Alec McGee fought an entertaining back-and-forth scrap.

With the fight likely hanging in the balance, Bates jumped on McGee in the first second of the sixth and final round.

Bates dropped McGee hard and the ref immediately stopped the bout.

Bates improves to 6-0, 6 KOs while McGee drops to 2-1.

Greg Outlaw Jr. vs. Kashon Hutchinson

Greg Outlaw

Photo by Frank Mitchell Photography, LLC

Greg Outlaw and Kashon Hutchinson squared off in a battle of undefeated southpaws. The bout, scheduled for four rounds, got off to a hot start with both men looking to dig shots to the body.

Although both men had success in spots, the difference in the end was Outlaw’s activity as he walked away with a majority decision.

Scores were 40-36, 39-37 and 38-38.

Justin Hurd vs. Dawond Pickney

Justin Hurd stepped into the ring to take on Dawond Pickney in the third bout of the evening.

Hurd, the brother of 154-pound contender “Swift” Jarrett Hurd, backed up Pickney repeatedly with good body shots.

Towards the end of Round 2, Pickney was on wobbly legs as he barely made the end of the round. Hurd officially earned a TKO win at the end of Round 2.

Hurd improved to 2-0, 1 KO while Pickney dropped to 1-4-1.

Tyrek Irby vs. Lamont White

Tyrek Irby

Photo by Frank Mitchell Photography, LLC

In the second bout of the evening, decorated  amateur Tyrek Irby stepped into the ring for the second time as a professional against Lamont White a scheduled four-round bout.

Irby showed off great technique, but found himself on the ropes quite often against White who would not give up.

Cheered on ringside by the likes of Lamont Peterson, Irby won a unanimous-decision victory with scores of 40-36 three times.

Patrick Rivera vs. Gregory Clark

In the first bout of the evening, undefeated Patrick Rivera took on Gregory Clark in a scheduled four-round bout.

After a slow first round, the action picked up quickly in Round 2 as both men dug in with thudding body shots.

Clark backed up Rivera most of the bout, but did eat leather on his way in.

In the end, the judges scored the bout 39-37 Clark, 39-37 Rivera and 39-37 for the winner by split decision Clark.

Rivera drops to 2-1, while Clark notches his first victory and improves to 1-1.

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