Williams stops Bowles in six


Tramaine WilliamsDanbury, CT (May 30, 2015)–Prospect Tramaine Williams capped off a great night of boxing with a sixth-round stoppage over Josh Bowles in the final round of their featherweight bout at the Danbury Arena.

The show was the Inaugural Danbury Fight Night promoted by Prize Promotions.

The main event saw Williams show his quick hand speed to outpoint Bowles for most of the fight. In the final round, Williams landed a booming straight left that sent Bowles down hard on his back. Bowles did well to get to his feet, only to take a barrage of punches, and the fight was stopped at 1:36 of round six.

Williams, 124 lbs of New Haven, CT. is now 9-0 with 3 knockouts. Bowles, 123.75 lbs of Harrisburg, PA. is now 9-2.

Nate Green remained undefeated by pounding out a six-round unanimous decision over Timur Shailezov in a bantamweight bout.

Scores were 60-54, 59-55 and 58-56 for Green, 118 lbs of New Haven, CT. and is now 8-0. Shailezov, 118 lbs of Philadelphia is 17-10-1.

Josh Crespo scored a thrilling first-round stoppage over Edgar Cortes in a scheduled six-round featherweight bout.

Crespo decked Cortes with a hard right hand in the opening seconds of the bout. Cortes got to his feet but ate a barrage of jarring punches before the bout was stopped at 2:20 of round one.

Crespo, 124.5 lbs of New Haven, CT. is now 4-2-3 with 1 knockout. Cortes, 121 lbs of Vineland, NJ. is 1-1.

Wellington Romero had to work hard in winning a six-round split decision over Evincii Dixon in a welterweight bout.

Romero won cards by scores of 59-55 and 58-56 while Dixon took a card at 58-57.

Romero, 145 lbs of Newburgh, NY. is now 7-0-1. Dixon, 145 lbs of Lancaster, PA. is now 5-7-1.

Rich Neves and Gilbert Alex Sanchez battled to a unanimous draw in a six-round jr. middleweight bout.

All three judges were in agreement of the 57-57 scores. Neves, 154.5 lbs of New York, NY. is now 8-2-2. Sanchez, 154 lbs of Camden, NJ. is now 5-6-2.

In thrilling four-round war, Andrew Bentley scored a majority decision over previously undefeated Oscar Bonilla in a lightweight bout.

The two slugged it out to the delight of the enthusiastic crowd. Bentley was able to tag a hard charging Bonilla as he came in. There were several toe-to-toe exchanges when both guys were eating heavy leather.

Bentley, 131 lbs of Jersey City, NJ. won by scores of 40-36, 39-37 and 38-38 and is now 3-2. Bonilla, 132 lbs of New Haven, CT. is now 3-1-2.

Cassius Chaney landed plenty of power shots and dominated Ruben Ortiz and won a four-round unanimous decision in a heavyweight bout.

Chaney, 244 lbs of New London, CT. won by scores of 40-36 on all cards and is now 2-0. Ortiz, 210 lbs of Philadelphia, is now 0-4.

Jair Ramos scored a six-round unanimous decision over Osnel Charles in a jr. welterweight bout.

Ramos, 139 lbs of Waterbury, CT. won by scores of 59-54 on all cards and is now 4-2-2. Charles, 138 lbs of Atlantic City, NJ. is now 10-13-1.

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