Kevin “Big Gulp” Nagle Improves to 7-0 with 7 KOs – Fight Results

02/26/2024 - No comments

Title: “Knockouts and Proposals: A Night at the Vets Club”

In a display of raw power and swift knockouts, Kevin Nagle kept his winning streak alive, cruising to a 7-0 record with all victories coming by way of knockout. Taking center stage for the first time, Nagle headlined the “Fight Night at the Vets Club,” a jam-packed event in the snug Bridgewater Veterans Club in Massachusetts, courtesy of Granite Chin Promotions.

Teaming up for a good cause, the event spotlighted the Fire For Effect Foundation, a Bridgewater organization dedicated to uplifting veterans, first responders, and their families with vital support and community initiatives. Check out their work at www.ffefinc.org.

Hailing from Scituate, Massachusetts, Nagle, a military vet and psychiatric nurse, took on his first six-rounder, just a month after his last victory. He wasted no time demonstrating his dominance, leveraging his 287 ½ pound stature to overpower Alfred Trevino with a body shot that sent Trevino to the mat in the first round, wrapping things up in the second with a couple of precision right-handers.

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Post-fight, Nagle shared how he and his coach, Steve Vukosa, focused on speeding things up, moving and punching faster, showing off improved agility and effectively cornering Trevino.

Joe Bush, a welterweight from Marshfield and a crowd favorite, dazzled with his precision, knocking down Rakim Johnson four times before sealing the deal in the third round with a double left-hook.

The night’s standout battle saw Greg Bono and Bruno Dias duke it out to a majority draw, with judges split, making it a memorable back-and-forth clash.

Anthony Andreozzi made a triumphant return after overcoming injuries and surgeries, dispatching Igor Pessoa with a second-round TKO, marking a strong comeback exactly a year after his first surgery.

Ricky Ford not only claimed victory over Erick Alves with sharp combinations and a knockout left hook but also won hearts by proposing to his girlfriend in the ring, who joyfully said yes.

Opening the event, Ryan Clark dominated Jay Gregory in a rematch, controlling the fight from start to end for a unanimous decision win.

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The entire spectacle was streamed live by Bridgewater TV, promising more action as Granite Chin gears up for “Pandemonium at The Palladium 3” in Worcester come March 23rd.