Fight Results: Split-T Management goes Seven-for-Seven over the Weekend

04/01/2024 - No comments
  • Wins by Oshae Jones, Haven Brady Jr., Giovanni Marquez and Donte Layne Friday in Atlanta
  • Trinidad Vargas, LeAnna Cruz and Greg Outlaw Get Hands Raised Saturday in Chester, PA

In a clash of unblemished lightweights, Haven Brady Jr. unleashed havoc, bringing Waldemar Carril to his knees in the sixth of their eight-round tussle.

The drama peaked in the fifth when Brady unleashed a wicked overhand right, sending Carril to the canvas. Despite a minor hiccup, losing a point for a naughty blow to the back of the head, Brady roared back in the sixth. A brutal combo pinned Carril to the ropes, sealing the deal at 1:59.

Brady, tipping the scales at 132.6 lbs from Albany, GA, bolstered his record to a pristine 12-0, flaunting five knockouts. Carril, a bit heavier at 133 lbs from Puerto Rico, tasted his first defeat, sliding to 8-1.

Giovanni Marquez, in a display of pure boxing wizardry, schooled former world title hopeful Jayson Velez over six rounds in the junior welterweight division. Marquez, hailing from Houston at 142 1/4 lbs, cruised to victory with unanimous nods of 60-54, maintaining his unblemished record at 9-0. Velez, matching Marquez in weight but hailing from Puerto Rico, fell to 30-14-1.

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Oshae Jones, in a relentless pursuit of glory, dished out a five-round demolition job on Sonya Dreiling in a junior middleweight showdown scheduled for eight. Jones turned Dreiling’s face into a crimson mask by the second and third rounds.

By the fifth, the ref had seen enough, calling time on Dreiling’s punishment at 2:43. Jones, from Toledo, OH, and weighing 153 3/4 lbs, advanced to 6-0 with two knockouts. Dreiling, from Greely, CO, slipped to 6-5.

In a collision of super middleweight hopefuls, Donte Layne sent shockwaves through the division by dismantling DeShaun Mitchell inside the opening stanza. Layne’s power was on full display, sending Mitchell to the canvas three times before the ref waved it off at 2:43. Layne, from Elmont, NY, scaled at 168 lbs, climbed to 2-0, both by knockout. Mitchell, a touch lighter at 167 3/4 lbs from Independence, MS, dipped to 2-1.

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As the weekend saga continued into Saturday at Harrahs Philadelphia Casino and Racetrack, three more Split-T warriors etched their names closer to the limelight.

In Chester, PA, Greg Outlaw turned Rondale Hubbert’s night into a nightmare, flooring him four times en route to a third-round stoppage in their eight-rounder.

Outlaw, from Bowie, MD, now boasts a 14-2 record with eight knockouts. Hubbert, from the colder climes of Duluth, Minnesota, stands at 16-29-3.

LeAnna Cruz edged closer to title contention, securing a six-round unanimous verdict over Josefina Vegas in the super flyweight scrap. Cruz, from Allentown, PA, sailed through with 60-53 across the boards, pushing her tally to 9-0. Vega, from Quito, Ecuador, balanced out at 9-9.

In another super flyweight bout, Trinidad Vargas kept his record unblemished, outclassing Robin Ellis over six rounds. Vargas, from Grand Prairie, Texas, snagged scores of 60-54 twice and 59-55, moving to 5-0. Ellis, from Hempstead, NY, adjusted to 6-3-2.



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