Philly Fight Night – Friday, 3/10/2017 – LIVE on GFL

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Friday, 3/10/2017  Philly Fight Night returns with Proving Ground, featuring Philly’s best prospects! LIVE on GFL! CLICK HERE FOR EVENT INFORMATION

 

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Philly Fight Night Results – Farmer Dominates Zenunaj, earns Unanimous Decision – Watch NOW on GFL.TV

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An AMAZING night of Boxing at Philly Fight Night!!! CLICK HERE to watch the HARD HITTING ACTION now on GFL!!!

FULL CARD RESULTS
Tevin “American Idol” Farmer UD10 (99-91 2x, 98-92) Dardan Zenunaj – super featherweight
Garrett “The Ultimate Warrior” Wilson MD6 (58-56 2x, 57-57) Lamont “Too Smooth” Capers – cruiserweight
Joseph Adorno KO1 (1:32) Guy Newman – super featherweight
Marcel Rivers KO1 (0:41) Tony Kim – 4 rds, super welterweight
Roque “Rock Star” Zapata MD4 (40-36, 39-37, 38-38) Isaiah Wise – super welterweight
Victor Padilla KO2 (0:59) Kimmy St Pierre – lightweight
Egomir Plevako KO2 (0:31) Montrell Castro – heavyweight
Jose “Chocolatito” Gonzalez UD4 (40-36 2x, 39-37) Tim Ibarra – super bantamweight

Philly Fight Night: Tevin Farmer vs Dardan Zenunaj – DEC 2 – LIVE on GFL.TV

November 22, 2016 by · Leave a Comment
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Peltz, Joe Hand & B.A.M. Boxing present… Philly Fight Night: Tevin Farmer vs Dardan Zenunaj for the NABF Championship. Philly Boxing at it’s finest!!!

DEC 2 – LIVE on GFL.TV – CLICK HERE FOR EVENT INFORMATION

10 Rounds- Tevin Farmer (23-4-1) VS Dardan Zenunaj (12-2) NABF super featherweight title

6 Rounds- Cruiserweight – Lamont Capers (7-8-2) VS Garrett Wilson (16-11-1)

6 Rounds- Lightweight Steven Ortiz (5-0) VS Avery Sparrow (5-1)

4 Rounds- Super Welterweight Rafael Machado (0-3) VS Isaiah Wise (3-0)

4 Rounds- Super Welterweight Hasan Young (6-1-1) VS TBA

4 Rounds- Flyweight Basyzbek Baratov (1-1-1) VS TBA

4 Rounds- Lightweight Victor Padilla debut VS TBA

4 Rounds- Super Welterweight Marcel Rivers debut VS Tony Kim

Junior lightweight Tevin Farmer, considered by many to be among the best in the world at 130 pounds, makes the first defense of his North American Boxing Federation (NABF) title when he faces Dardan Zenunaj on Friday evening, Dec. 2, at the 2300 Arena in South Philadelphia.

The Farmer-Zenunaj 10-rounder tops another Philly Fight Night eight-bout card which begins at 7pm.

Farmer, 26, of North Philadelphia, is unbeaten in his last 16 fights and looking to get a shot at a world title in 2017. He is ranked as high as No. 5 by the World Boxing Council (WBC) and he is fresh off an eight-round decision against Orlando Rizo, of Managua, Nicaragua, last month in the same ring.

Earlier this year, Farmer (left) captured the vacant NABF 130-pound title with a 10-round decision over Mexico’s Gamaliel Diaz. He followed that this summer with the biggest win of his six-year career when he thoroughly trounced Ivan Redkach, of Los Angeles, CA, at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, registering a near shutout over 10 rounds.

“This is another fight to put me closer to a world title shot,” Farmer said. “A win should set me up for a title opportunity early in 2017. After December 2, I’m looking to face even bigger names. I don’t care who they put in front of me, but first I have to get past my opponent at the 2300 Arena.”

“Tevin Farmer has rebuilt himself into a legit world title contender and is on the verge of a major fight in 2017,” said Lou DiBella, President of DiBella Entertainment. “However, on December 2, he will have his hands full against the aggressive brawler Dardan Zenunaj in a bout that promises to deliver fireworks. I’m happy to be co-promoting this terrific bout with my old friend, Hall-of-Famer and promotional mentor J Russell Peltz.”

Zenunaj (right), 29, is originally from Albania. He turned pro in Belgium and now fights out of Oxnard, CA. A pro for five years, he has a 12-2 record (9 KOs) since turning pro in 2011. Zenunaj won the Belgian featherweight title in his seventh fight and two years ago he captured the World Boxing Association (WBA) International junior lightweight title when he knocked out Karim Chakim, of France, in nine rounds.

The seven-bout undercard includes a terrific pair of six-round fights.

Former cruiserweight world-title challenger Garrett Wilson, of South Philadelphia, goes against stylish Lamont Capers, of Hawley, PA, in one six-rounder. The other features a pair of rising Philadelphia lightweight prospects, Avery Sparrow and Steven Ortiz–in the kind of old-fashioned early career showdowns that made Philly a great fight town.

Also returning are junior middleweight Isaiah Wise, welterweight Hasan Young and the local debut of Russian flyweight Basyzbek Barartov.