Grandma’s was again packed with fight fans. It was a night of great fights and big news. There were three public workouts, nine Golden Glove bouts, and one exhibition. Along with all the action, Chuck Horton announced his next professionalboxing event. May 21, will see live professional boxing at Grandma’s Sports Garden. RJ Laase, Gary Eyer, Boris Shishporenok, and Dave Peterson will all be in action.
To the fights. Winners are in bold. Public workouts and the exhibition do not have a winner or loser.
Justin Seehus vs Dakota Spray – Battle of the buddies. They came out guns a blaze. These guys have really come a long way in a short time.
Joe Fisher vs Colton O’Connel – These guys went at it.
Randall Gonge Jr. vs Anthony Thoen
Golden Gloves Boxing
Will Mathews (Horton’s) vs Russell Stone (Moore Boxing Club) – Will was shot out of a cannon. He came out throwing and didnt stop until the bell rang. The second and third round Russel used his jab and the fact that Will may have punched himself out to win this one.
Mark Pogorelskin(Horton’s) vs Miguel Dominguez (Circle of Discipline)- Im not joking when I say I think Miguel was a foot taller. Mark “Magic” Pogorelskin was more than a game opponent in this fight. He showed huge heart in continuing his charge against the much taller guy. In the end, size mattered.
Cody Lund (Horton’s) vs Edward Serrano (Circle of Discipline) – All three rounds were packed with bombs. The third round won it for Cody when he landed some big shots putting Edward on rubber leg street.
Evan Wrazidlo (Horton’s) vs Isaiah Abalan(Circle of Discipline) – Evan was the slicker of the two and the winner.
Dawson Wrazidlo (Horton’s) vs Celso Ramirez (Circle of Discipline) – Dawson forced the action and landed the bigger shots.
Cole Wrazidlo (Horton’s) vs Otahl Saunders (Circle of Discipline) – Otahl had a big height advantage and used it. Cole never quit and just kept using his slickness and power. While Cole landed the bigger shots, Otahl landed more punches and won the fight.
Mike Monchamp (Horton’s) vs Trevor Marmon (Horton’s) – Really good fight with both guys taking turns applying the pressure. Towards the end of the bout, speedy seemed to get the better of it.
Winston Anderson (Horton’s) vs Riley Rinas (Horton’s) – Lots of exchanges with Winston always seeming to get the better punches landed.
Matt McGregor (Horton’s) vs Alex Eskola (Horton’s) – Both of these fellas know how to throw and land bombs. Matt used his height and active accurate punches to win this one. Fight of the night in my opinion.
Al Sands vs Boris – Boris is a big man! This was a fun sparring session to watch. Al used his movement and Boris’s good nature to get some good ring time with a professional boxer.