Lockport Union-Sun & Journal Online


November 19, 2012

Still undefeated

Lockport's Amer Abdallah improves to 13-0 with TKO win over Cleveland's Tiawan Howard at the Kenan Center Arena



Lightweights Tyler Toomey of Syracuse and Tyler Claverly of Toronto fought to a majority draw and light middleweights Timothy Allen of Auburn and Craig Diego of Weedsport fought to a unanimous draw.
NOTES — Pete Robinson sang the U.S. and Canadian national anthems ... The ring physician was Lockport’s Dr. Margaret Libby ... Among the fight night ushers was former Lockort High School star athlete and Lockport Invaders all-star linebacker Anthony Ventura, the son of Lockport boxing heavyweight great Tony Ventura ... Papa Leo’s handled concessions ... Fight sponsors included Local Edge, Mulvey Construction, All Metal Works and Cain, Witlin & Dry Accountants.
Official results from Saturday's 11-bout Pride & Glory professional kickboxing fight card at the Kenan Center Arena:
1. Light Heavyweight — 3 Rounds (Muay Thai)
Matthew McConnell of Auburn unanimous decision victory over Nick Thomas of Toronto. Score cards: 29-28, 29-28, 29-28.
2. Welterweight — 3 Rounds (Muay Thai)
Donalea Maloney of Syracuse unanimous decision victory over Erin Morris of Buffalo. Scores cards: 29-27, 29-27, 29-27.
3. Lightweight — 3 Rounds (Muay Thai)
Majority draw between Tyler Toomey of Syracuse and Tyler Claverly of Toronto. Score cards: 29-27 Toomey, 28-28, 28-28.
4. Super Lightweight — 3 Rounds (Leg Kicks)
Jade Jenkins of Liverpool technical knockout win over Julie Vincent of Jamestown, 18 seconds into the second round.
5. Light Middleweight — 3 Rounds (Full Contact)
John Calixte of Lockport unanimous decision win over Jim Stetson of Syracuse. Score cards: 29-27, 29-27, 29-28.
6.  Welterweight — 4 Rounds (Leg Kicks)
Luay Ashkar of Syracuse disqualification win over Jose Penilia of Cleveland. Equipment malfunction. Fight stopped before the third round.
7. Light Middleweight — 3 Rounds (Muay Thai)
Unanimous draw between Timothy Allen of Auburn and Craig Diego of Weedsport. Score cards: 28-28, 28-28, 28-28.
8. Heavyweight — 3 Rounds (Full Contact)
Pat Thompson of Lockport majority decision win over Anthony Winfrey of Cleveland. Score cards: 30-27, 29-27, 28-29.
9. Welterweight — 3 Rounds (Muay Thai)
Keith Cole of Weedsport majority decision win over Dan Dorfman of Lockport. Score cards: 29-28, 29-28, 28-29.
10. Light Middleweight — 3 Rounds (Muay Thai)
Kevin VanNostrand of Liverpool technical knockout win over Justin Bennet of Mississaugua, Ontario, 40 seconds into the second round.
11. Light Heavyweight — 7 Rounds (Full Contact)
Amer Abdallah of Lockport technical knockout win over Tiawan Howard of Cleveland. Howard failed to answer bell for sixth round.


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