Boxing Results: Isaiah Steen sublimated by Sena Agbeko at Bally’s in Atlantic City!

Via Ken Hissner: At Bally’s Hotel & Casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey, Friday on SHOBOX and promoter Dmitriy Salita (Salita Promotion) present in the Main Event, undefeated Super Midweight Isaiah Steen was defeated by Sena “African Assassin” Agbeko over 10 rounds.

In the Super Welterweight feature, Marlon “Savage” Harrington lost for the first time to Marlon “Marvelous” in eight rounds.

In Main Event Isaiah Steen, 16-1 (12), #166.2, in Toledo, OH, was made by Sena “African Assassin” Agbeko, 27-2 (21), #167.2, of Accra, GH disappointing Nashville, TN, over 10 rounds.

In the first round, Steen showed more movement as flat-legged Agbeko followed him for most of the round. In the final seconds, Steen knocked Agbeko down with a tackle.

Between sets, Agbeko stood without using a stool. Steen competed in the first two rounds, but Agbeko finished first in the third and fourth rounds with bodywork doing both sets.

In the fifth season, to the seventh season, Steen’s stab continues to control the power of Agbeko, who doesn’t take them down enough. In round of 16, Agbeko seemed to have come back well enough, being the aggressor in the entire fight to knock Steen out.

In the ninth round, a punch from Steen caused Agbeko to cut off a right eyebrow mid-round, although Agbeko still managed to get the round. In the tenth and final round, with a minute left, Agbeko landed her hand right on Steen’s chin.

In the last ten seconds, Agbeko lands a left hook on Steen’s head, enough to make the final lap. The referee is Charles Fitch.

The scores are 97-93, 96-94 and 98-92 for Agbeko and 95-95 for this writer.

In the Super Welter co-feature Marlon “Savage” Harrington, 8-1 (7), #153.5, of Detroit, MI, lost to Marquis Taylor “Marvelous”, 13-1-2 (1), #154, of Third Ward Houston , TX, through 8 rounds.

In the first three rounds, Harrington had more power while Taylor, with slightly better reach, used an effective jab. In seasons four through six, Taylor occasionally switches to Southpaw off the mainland Harrington for most of the season.

In the seventh inning, Harrington was looking behind, trying to win a knockout ticket but Taylor was still the busier of the two. In the eighth and final round, Taylor excelled in the middle of Harrington. Harrington missed the right hand and switched to Southpaw at the last minute, but it didn’t help him any effort by Taylor, who made the difference.

The referee was Mary Glover, who kept the gladiators very well.
Scores are 80-72 and 79-73 twice, so is this writer.

The heavyweight contenders had their match of the night aired against Moses “Thunder Hands” Johnson, 9-0-1 (7), #259, of Huntington, NY, winning by majority decision over Elvis “El Gora” Garcia, 12-1 (9), #232.8, by Tijuana, MEX and Indio, CA, over 8 action-packed rounds.

In the first round from the opening bell, both let go until the bell rang. In the last minute, Johnson let Garcia up against the rope until a pair of Garcias on his right shin to his chin assisted him. When Garcia broke free of the ropes, he was hit by an overkill right in the chin by Johnson.

In the second round, Johnson was the one landing on the right, drawing blood from Garcia’s nose mid-round and doing another round. In the third round, Garcia assisted Johnson into the rope to win the round despite a small cut on the bridge of his nose.

In the fourth inning, the action continued, with Garcia landing more in the first half, while in the last minute, Johnson finally went into body, hurting Garcia with his left hook for a close quarter. . In the fifth and sixth rounds, Garcia’s forehand was landing, and Johnson had to try to get his breath back at the end of each round.

In the seventh inning, Garcia countered Johnson’s knee with a jolt in the first minute, sending him up against the ropes. At the last minute, Johnson seemed to get a second wind when working with Garcia. In the eighth and final inning, referee Ricardo Vera barely interfered with both being ready to be eliminated. Johnson could have pulled out of the round, possibly for the ride, unless Garcia won with more punches overall.

The scores are 77-75 and 76-76 respectively, so is this writer.

In the opening game Feather David Navarro, 5-1 (3), #127 ½, of Hernet, CA, stopped Luis “El Caiman” Domingo Hernandez, 14-7-1 (9), #126 ¼, of Santiago de los , Caballeros, DR, at 1:02 in the second round of a scheduled round 6.

In the second round, referee Mary Glover had to stop the match when Navarro overpowered Hernandez with a barrage of punches. Navarro is managed by David McWater.

Middle Joseph “Sug” Hicks, Jr., 4-0 (4), #160, of Grand Rapids, MI, knocks out Luis Muecas Solis, 25-15-4 (21), #159 ½, of Progreso, Yucatan, MEX, at 2:52 of the second of 6 scheduled rounds.

Superlightweight Joshua “Double J” Pagan, 4-0 (2), #139 ½, of Grand Rapids, MI, won a tough decision over Jeremiah Louis Watts, 2-1 (1), #138 ¾, of Toledo , OH, through 4 rounds.
All scores are 59-55.

Ring Announcer Thomas Trieber


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