his Saturday night Patrick Majewski & Latif Mundy will renew their rivalry that stems back to June 6th, 2009 as they meet in a rematch in a ten round fight for the WBO Inter-Continental Middleweight championship.
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Majewski of Atlantic City via Radom, Poland won that clash in what turned out to be an exciting eight round unanimous decision. In that fight, Majewski gained an early advantage by using his height advantage and right hands. Majewski was cut midway through the fight and that gave Mundy the opportunity to get inside and score but it was too little too late as Majewski won the unanimous decision by scores of 80-71, 78-73 and a more in line 77-74 scores.
Majewski has a record of 19-1 with thirteen knockouts and has won two straight by knockout since his lone defeat at the hands of Jose Miguel Torres.
Majewski has wins over Jimmy Lubash (13-1); Mundy (8-0); Joe Gomez (17-2-1); former world title challenger Antwun Echols and in his last bout he won the NABF Middleweight title with a fifth round stoppage over Chris Fitzpatrick.
Mundy of Philadelphia is no stranger to big fights as he is battle tested and not afraid to take on anybody. He has a record of 10-4 with four knockouts.
Mundy won his first eight bouts which included a win over George Rivera (8-1). He fought to a no-contest with former Contender contestant Rudy Cisneros before meeting Majewski.
Mundy, who is capable, will be trying to right the ship after losses to Gabriel Rosado, Ossie Duran and undefeated top prospect Matt Korobov.
In what has turned into a turf-war co-feature, Atlantic City natives Shamone Alvarez and DeCarlo Perez will get it on in an eight round Jr. Middleweight bout.
Alvarez has a record of 21-5 with twelve knockouts and has fought many top contenders and future world champions.
He won his first nineteen fights which included quality victories over Darren Fallen (6-1-1), a first round destruction over previously undefeated Mohammad Kayongo (11-0-1), Jose Medina (11-2), Jose Luis Cruz (34-2-2) and Germaine Sanders (27-3).
The win over Cruz earned Alvarez the NABO title which put him in line for an elimination bout with eventual world champion Joshua Clottey.
Alvarez rebounded with a win over former U.S. Olympian Terrance Cauthen and Alexis Camacho (17-2). Alvarez has had disappointing losses to former world title challenger Delvin Rodriguez as well as to Ayi Bruce (17-3) & Antonin DeCarie (24-1).
Perez, fourteen years the junior to the thirty-five year old Alvarez will be looking for a significant win to put on his resume.
Perez and his team called out Alvarez and on Saturday they will get what they asked for.
Perez turned pro in 2010 and was 5-0-1 in his first six fights. He lost a six round unanimous decision to undefeated Grayson Blake (3-0). In his last bout, Perez was efficient in pounding out a six round unanimous decision over Linwood Dozier.
In a six round Jr. Welterweight bout, a pair of undefeated fighters will meet as Emanuel Colon (2-0, 2 KO’s) takes on Hassan Young (1-0-1).
In four round bouts, Patryk Szymanski (1-0, 1 KO) of Poland will fight debuting Adrian Wilson in a Welterweight bout.
Michal Chudeki of Poland will make is pro debut against Moses Molina (1-0, 1 KO) of Bridgeton, NJ in a Welterweight bout.
Anthony Prescott (1-0, 1 KO) of Cherry Hill, NJ will take on debuting Terrell James of Philadelphia in a Jr. Middleweight bout.
Rounding out the card will be David Gonzales (1-0) of Philadelphia taking on debuting Charles Mack of Philadelphia in a Jr. Middleweight bout.