Results from Beltway Battles: Round Three, Nov. 19, Washington, DC

Big-time boxing returned to the Nation’s Capital as Beltway Battles: Round Three took center stage at the city’s Entertainment & Sports Arena with an exciting nine-card showcased by an explosive first-round KO win by Greg “Sharp Shooter” Outlaw (11-1, 6 KOs) in the Main Event. While local fan favorite Dusty Hernandez-Harrison didn’t make his long-awaited return to headline the show (see statement below), the evening dedicated to his father, respected trainer, Old School Boxing Gym owner and community advocate, Buddy Harrison, was not diminished with the sweet science delivering entertaining fights. See below for tribute video.

Popular Glenarden, Md. lightweight Outlaw made short work of Wilfrido Buelvas (22-16, 16 KOs) of Barranquilla, Colombia in their rematch, while a heavyweight showdown between power punchers, Baltimore’s Malik Titus (8-0, 8 KOs) and Christopher Long (5-2, 5 KOs) of Fredericksburg, Va., didn’t disappoint with Titus dropping his opponent in the waning minutes of the last round via TKO (RD6 2:49). Four other Charm City fighters were victorious including top prospect Domnique Crowder improving to 13-0 by defeating John Mark Alimana (8-2, 4 KOs) of Manilla, Philippines by TKO (RD4 0:49). Tyrell Boyd (8-0, 8 KOs) and Deshawn Chase (2-0, 1 KO) remained undefeated, while Mack “Papi” Allison (15-3-1, 10 KOs) won by UD (3x 60-54) over Jonathan Perez (40-33, 32 KOs) of Barranquilla, Colombia. The appropriately nicknamed Ian “Dancer” Cokley (6-1, 3 KOs) from Oxon Hill, Md. and representing Old School Boxing, needed just two rounds to take out Zack Kuhn (10-12-1, 5 K0s). Maryland’s Sulaiman Segawa (14-3-1, 5 KOs) delivered a fight-ending body blow against Ernesto Guerreo for his 14th win.

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Beltway Battles: Round Three Official Results

Main Event

Super Lightweight – 8 Rounds Rematch (presented by Gas Guide)

Greg “Sharp Shooter” Outlaw, Jr. (11-1, 1 NC 6 KOs) of Glenarden, Md. wins by KO (R1 2:53) over Wilfrido Buelvas (22-16, 1 NC 16 KOs) of Barranquilla, Colombia

Featherweight – 8 Rounds (presented by Urban Boxing DC)

Sulaiman Segawa (14-3-1, 5 KOs), Silver Spring, Md. wins by KO (R4 0:57) over Ernesto Guerrero (33-36, 23 KOs) of Agua Prieta, Sonora, Mexico

Lightweight – 6 Rounds (presented by Legacy DC)

Mack “Papi” Allison IV (15-3-1, 10 KOs) of Baltimore, Md. wins by UD (3x 60-54) over Jonathan Perez (40-33, 32 KOs) of Barranquilla, Colombia

Bantamweight – 8 Rounds (presented by City Renewables)

Domnique Crowder (14-0, 9 KOs) of Baltimore, Md. wins by TKO (R4 0:49) over John Mark Alimane (8-2, 4 KOs) of Manilla, Philippines

Heavyweight – 6 Rounds

Malik Titus (8-0, 8 KOs) of Baltimore, Md. wins by TKO (R6 2:49) over Christopher Arnold (5-2, 5 KOs) of Fredericksburg, Va.

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Middleweight – 6 Rounds

Ian “Dancer” Cokley (6-1, 3 KOs) of Oxon Hill, Md. wins by TKO (R2 0:58) over Zack Kuhn (10-12-1, 5 KOs) of Welch, W.Va.

Super Middleweight – 6 Rounds

Tyrell Boyd (8-0, 8 KOs) of Baltimore, Md. wins by TKO (R2 2:20) over Fidel Monterroza Munoz (41-32-1, 33 KOs) of Barranquilla, Colombia

Welterweight – 4 Rounds

Deshawn Chase (2-0, 1 KO) of Baltimore, Md. wins by TKO (R1 0:40) over Marlon Hardnick, Jr (0-6) of Kalamazoo, Mich.

Super Middleweight – 4 Rounds

Mohamed Zawadi (4-1, 4 KOs) of Barrie, Ontario, Canada wins by TKO (RD2 0:21) over Daniel Sostre (13-22-1, 5 KOs) of Puerto Rico

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STATEMENT (from Friday, Nov. 18, 2022):

Today the decision was made that Dusty Hernandez-Harrison will not fight on tomorrow’s Beltway Battles: Round Three card. Over Dusty’s objections, this last-minute decision was made in his best interests by those around him, including medical staff, his family, his trainers and the promoters. His overall health and the need for more time to heal outweighed his desire to return at this time. We stand behind him 100% and expect him to resume his boxing career very soon. We have an outstanding fight card Saturday and know the entire boxing community is eager to get together and celebrate the life of Buddy Harrison.

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–– Beltway Battles Promoters and Team Dusty

Beltway Battles: Round Three is supported by Events DC, Washington DC Economic Partnership (WDCEP), Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (DMPED), Legacy DC, Urban Boxing, City Renewables, Vault Studio, Gas Guide,Guy Fieri’s DC Kitchen & Bar, La Tingeria, El Paso Mexican Restaurant, City-State Brewing, Chacho Spirits, Art and Co., and Cayeya Tequila.

About Rising Star Promotions

Since 2015, Rising Star Promotions has had a mission to give fight fans the best value for their ticket dollars by presenting exciting, quality boxing events that showcase local and regional talent. With the launch of numerous series such as Atlantic City Fight Night, Boardwalk Boxing and Beltway Battles, the New Jersey-based promoter seeks to deliver the glamour and buzz that boxing boasted in years past, while honoring the rich history of the sport and reaffirming its commitment to producing the best matchups the area market has to offer.



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