By on February 12, 2012

Going into this fight Ker WingHouse Fight Night at the A La Carte Pavilion in Tampa, Florida undefeated Daniel “El Alacran” Lozano (11-0, 8 KO)  moves through tuff Manuel “Huata” Galavin who drops to (5-8, 2KO).

Lozano scoring a lethal body shot that drops Galavin at 2:59 of the 1st round for the TKO victory.

Heavyweights in their pro debut from St. Petersburg, Florida Kenny ”RightHook” Lacy, brother of Former World Champion Jeff “Left Hook” Lacy goes to 1-0 after crushing Todd Bradley in his debut at 1:33 of the 3rd round by TKO. Lacy fires a right to the face of Bradley to start off the bout and it was all Lacy controlling the fight.  Bradley just by looking at his legs,  would show why he was hit so easily and he just had no movement and was subject to batter by the stronger Lacy in his 1st outing.

Light Middleweight in his Pro debut Future star Bryant Parrella (1-0) from Ft. Myers, Florida.  Parrella, who currently signed with Top Rank stops Michael Wicker (0-1) from Atlanta, Georgia at :30 of the 1st round with TKO victory. Parrella excited,  jumped on Wicker very quickly and connects with a right hook as an onrushing Wicker forgets to keep his hands up.  The relentless pressure of Parrella just too over whelming, he introduced himself as a hard puncher we look to see a lot more from him in his next few bouts.

Heavyweight Jason Barnett (13-14, 6KO) wins by unanimous decision over local Willie Chisolm falling to (6-14, 3KO).  All 3 judges scored it 40-36 for Barnett. It was a very fast start for Barnett landing combinations to the head and body of the retreating Chisolm.  Action picked up as Chisolm made harder for Barnett to get off working hooks of his own making his presents known in his slow assault, Barnett gets the best in the bout by whipping Chisolm.

The Light Heavyweight youth movement blossoms in Tampa as highly talented Radioje “The Serbian Wildcat” Kaladjic (5-0, 4 KO) outworks Eliseo Durazo (3-1, 3KO) who was effected by Kaladjic’s fast hand speed and boxing. Durazo showing that he believes he can win tried to get inside and land power shots of his own with great determination but fell short loosing the 4 round Unanimous decision to Kaladjic. Judges scores 36-36,40-35 twice.

Middleweight up and coming Alphonso Black (2-0-1, 2 KO) Spectacular Fight, spectacular future. From St. Petersburg, Florida showed his talent and armor tonight in a highly entertaining slug match with Victor Pacheco (1-0-1, 1 KO).  Black was in a war of exchange with a very dangerous Victor Pacheco that stood in his face throughout the entire entertaining first round.  Black with great body work counters the jab of Pacheco that took a right hook that momentarily hurts him mid in the round. Pacheco back-pedaled continually, fought like a lion by adding great excitement in countering Black,  who landed the more accurate shots in the contest. Pacheco from Mexico who was looking to be the spoiler was met in the center of the ring by Black in a fight that had no feel-out rounds. Pacheco pretty much by no means did not relent, as He responded by clobbering Black in the center of the ring.  I saw Black getting caught but recovering with a leash of attack of his own. Both fighters battle to a majority draw judges 38-38 twice, 39-37 for Black. A draw was equal to a loss. But for Alphonso Black who in the opinion of most ringsiders, won the fight, the draw was a personal triumph, If not an official one.

Charlie Serrano lands 3 hard shots to the body that drops Mario Lacey TKO 2:49 of 1st round, Serrano catches Mario Lacey with a hard body shot that drops him to a knee earl in the 1st round, both fighters exchange Serrano quickly goes to the body again dropping Lacey. Serrano pressed the action stops Lacey with a 3rd body shot Referee Max Parker, Jr. jumps in to stop the bout.

In the honor of Legendary Hall of Fame trainer Angelo Dundee tonight’s event was dedicated in his honor.

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