INKA LALEYE WINS REMATCH AGAINST WOODS

By on June 4, 2012

Inka Laleye is victorious over Manny Woods in Tampa Friday night (photo by Robert Richards / LatinBox Communications)

Tampa, Florida – Another exiting series of club fights with Ker’s Winghouse Fight Night at the sold out A La Carte Pavilion, A high anticipated rematch between Manny Woods (8-2-1, 3 KO’s) could not step on the gas enough to beat Inka Laleye (5-1-3, 1 KO) who was on a mission to control the pace of the fight and keep Woods at bay most of the contest. Both fighters launched an impressive series of attacks throughout the contest Woods having his moments, However Laleye appeared more dominating and precise with his counter punching and shot selection. Referee Max Parker, Jr. jumped in to deduct a point from Laleye tonight for continuously hitting after the break other then that allowed both fighters to settle it on there own.

Fighting for the vacant Florida Middleweight title  Manny Woods starts off with nice double jab, Inka Laleye throws a wide left hook Woods goes to the body early Woods comes back with a over hand left that sets Laleye back, Woods finishes strong in 1st round.

In two Woods comes forward with a combination attacking Laleye who stays fighting tall but not controlling the pace, Laleye getting a peace of Woods throwing straight shots down the middle Woods taking it well Woods right hand has been landing consistent and very effective in the round, I have to lean too Woods in 2.

In 3 Inka continued to land Punches after Max Parker, Jr. called break 1 point was deducted from Laleye who now picked up the pace in the

Justin Jones (5-0-0, 3 KO’s) remains undefeated and really had his work cut out for him tonight facing Rohan Wilson (6-6-1, 1KO) who found ways to really confuse Jones early with wired punches from different angles and a head butt that blooded Jones and woke him up to jump inside and out work Rohan scoring a TKO 1:10 of the 4th round. (photo by Robert Richards / LatinBox Communications)

round finished strong and made his campaign to get back in the fight.

Laleye fighting smarter in the round Woods seems to be looking for a Home run at this point Laleye more effective in the round and appears to be in control of the pace of the bout.

Woods came out pressing on the gas looking to stop Laleye landing bombs in the round staggering Laleye momentarily, but stepped off and allowed Laleye to get back in the round.

I like what Woods is doing in the round he is showing his power by pushing Laleye back with some great power shots, Laleye jabs him with a lazy jab but nothing on it, He needs to get into a rhythm and create more opportunities to land shots on the coming forward Woods.

Final round both fighters landing bombs in the center of the ring, Woods punches landing flush, fight looks nothing like there 1st match.

Inka Laleye wins the split decision for the Florida State Middleweight title in a fight that could have gone either way.

In the co main event Kenneth “Right Hook” Lacy goes to (2-0, 1 KO) after annihilating Tampa’s Chris Barnett, The Fight Night fans had the opportunity on Facebook to vote for the order of the fight card line up and Lacy got the nod and was dominating. (photo by Robert Richards / LatinBox Communications)

Light Middleweights Sheldon Moore (right) from Belgium goes to (4-1, 3 KO’s) in a split

Sheldon Moore and Donald Clark (photo by Robert Richards / LatinBox Communications)

decision win over Donald Clark drops to (2-2, 1 KO). Moore patient put effective, Hurting Clark in the 3rd with a strong right hook accuracy the difference in the fight.

In welterweight action Referee De Bon jumps in to stop the bout as a blooded up Marcus Powell (1-1) was annihilated from the opening Clarence Booth from St. Petersburg, FL. Wins a .58 TKO of the 3rd round.

Young sensation Clerence Booth (3-1-0, 2 KO’s) from St. Petersburg rocked a very frustrated Marcus Powell as referee Dennis DeBon jumped in at 0:58 of the 3rd round to call a holt to the bout for the TKO victory for Booth. (photo by Robert Richards / LatinBox Communications)

Radivoje Kalajdzic remains undefeated (6-0, 4 KO’s) after a hard fought back and forth contest against rug it Mark Sanders (3-4-1, 2 KO’s). (photo by Robert Richards / LatinBox Communications)

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