Prichard Colon Puts on A Show Improves to 13-0


074b2a88-84ee-46e2-9470-1e2d3ff42846His fans came from hundreds and even thousands of miles away. Undefeated Jr. Middleweight Prichard Colon made their trip a happy one as he pounded a 6-round unanimous decision over rugged Hector Munoz to highlight an 8-bout card at the 2300 Arena in Philadelphia.

The show was promoted by King’s Promotions and XFE.

Colon looked to make it a short night as he landed a huge uppercut that sent Munoz to the canvas in the first round which brought the 2300 Arena to a deafening sound. Colon continued to drill Munoz with power shot after power shot which drew blood over the left eye of Munoz as early as round three. Colon continued to show fluid movement while landing hard shots on the game Munoz who fought the last few rounds with that left eye closing. The blood was running down the face of Munoz which was a result of Colon’s master performance.

Colon of Puerto Rico won by scored of 60-53 twice and 60-51 and is now 13-0. Munoz of Albuquerque, NM is now 23-14-1.

Grayson Blake fought through some adversity to win a 6-round unanimous decision over Anthony Prescott in a Welterweight bout.

Blake was badly hurt in round two by a big right hand but was able to hold on and stem the tide. Blake started taking control of the bout and he hurt Prescott in round five with a hard right of his own.

b69ca482-dbd3-4b5e-85ff-5c400d7bc3e8Blake of State College, PA won by scores of 58-56 on all cards and is now 6-3. Prescott of Cherry Hill, NJ is 5-5-2.

Kyrone Davis pounded out a 6-round unanimous decision over Jonathan Garcia in an entertaining Middleweight bout.

Davis of Wilmington, DE won by scores of 60-54 on all cards and is now 6-0. Garcia of Aguada, PR is 4-12.

Rayell Williams overcame a 4th round knockdown to win a 6-round unanimous decision over Ryan Picou in a Lightweight bout.

Williams got the better of the action but was caught with a right hand that stumbled him back on the canvas. He was able to recover and box his way to the unanimous decision by scores of 59-55 twice and 58-55.

Williams, who was a 2008 Olympian out of Cleveland, OH is 6-0. Picou of Las Vegas is 2-5.

Earl Newman dropped Yusshua Zadok in round three from a hard left to the body won a 4-round unanimous decision in a Cruiserweight bout.

Newman of Brooklyn, NY won by 40-35 tallies on all cards is now 4-1. Zadok of Atlanta. GA is 2-3-1.

Stephen Fulton of Philadelphia won a 6-round unanimous decision over Eric Gotay in a Jr. Featherweight bout.

Fulton won by scores of 60-54 and 59-55 twice is now 4-0. Gotay of Puerto Rico is 3-3.

Jamontay Clark boxed his way to a 4-round unanimous decision over Dominique Foster in a Welterweight bout.

Clark bloodied Foster’s nose in round two and won by shutout margins of 40-36 on all cards.

Clark of Cincinnati, OH is 4-0. Foster of of Las Vegas is 2-7-1.

In the opening bout, Antonio Russell scored a scary and wicked 2nd round stoppage over Harold Reyes in a scheduled 4-round Bantamweight bout.

Russell landed a nice combination in the corner which was culminated by a booming right hand that sent Reyes down and out for several minutes.

Reyes had to have some oxygen applied but he was able to walk out of the ring under his own power.

The time of the stoppage was 2:10 of round two for Russell of Capitol Heights, MD who made his pro debut. Reyes of Puerto Rico is 1-2.

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