In a period of merely four months, Joey Dawejko has once again secured a unanimous decision victory over Colby Madison in a heavyweight fight at Live! Casino & Hotel Philadelphia.
This eight-round triumph earned Dawejko the WBC U.S. Heavyweight crown, serving as the primary attraction in an eight-fight card championed by King’s Promotions.
Throughout the fight, Dawejko took control, delivering swift, potent punches that left Madison hesitant. These blows from Dawejko had Madison reconsidering his offensive approach. During the eighth round, Dawejko managed to achieve two knockdowns, sealing his win.
With scorecards reading 80-70, 79-71, and 78-72, Philadelphia’s own Dawejko stands at a record of 26-10-4. Madison, representing Baltimore, holds a record of 11-6-2.
This fight serves as a follow-up to their May 2nd clash, wherein Dawejko similarly clinched a unanimous verdict at the identical location.
Quadir Albright, hailing from Philadelphia, managed to knock down Demarcus Layton twice, leading to an 82-second stoppage in their six-round welterweight skirmish. Albright boasts a record of 9-1, with all nine being knockouts, while Layton from Little Rock, Arkansas stands at 9-6-1.
Dewayne Williams halted Brendan O’Callaghan in the second round of their middleweight confrontation. Williams, another Philadelphia talent, updates his record to 4-7-1, having achieved four knockouts. O’Callaghan’s record now reads 5-3-1.
Making an impressive start to her professional career, Jackie McTamney halted Brittany Dukes in the conclusive fourth round of their featherweight skirmish. The stoppage was called 59 seconds into this final round, marking McTamney’s record at 1-0, with a knockout. Dukes, representing Kansas City, remains winless at 0-5-1.
Tevon Watson, coming from Fort Worth, Texas, achieved three knockdowns against Tyler Zwicharowski, proving pivotal in their middleweight encounter. Watson emerged victorious with unanimous scores of 38-35, marking his debut win. Zwicharowski’s record now stands at 1-2.
In an engaging clash between unbeaten super lightweights, Najeem Johns outperformed Muhammad Robinson, securing a six-round unanimous verdict. Johns’ scores read 60-54 and 59-55 twice, improving his streak to 5-0. On the opposing side, Baltimore’s Robinson adjusts his record to 6-1.
In the middleweight division, Canar Morrison from Harrisburg, PA, outshone Vincent Floyd, achieving a four-round unanimous verdict. With scores of 40-36 twice and 40-35, Morrison’s tally rises to 5-1. Floyd, another Philadelphia talent, now sits at 5-16-1.
Concluding the eventful evening, Ibrahim Robinson from Baltimore bested Elizer Olmeda in a six-round unanimous decision for their welterweight clash. Robinson’s scores were noted at 60-53 twice and 59-54, advancing his record to 6-0-1. Olmeda, hailing from Gloucester, NJ, now holds a record of 3-4.