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Named “This is War”, Saturday night’s show at the Tripoli Shrine Center in Milwaukee, WI gave fans exactly what they wanted to see… ACTION and KNOCKOUTS!

The Main Event featured Supreme Hits’ Super Featherweight Duarn “The Storm” Vue facing off against Johnny Frazier.

Vue has been on a mission since winning the Universal Boxing Federation (UBF) US-Midwest crown, having won in August in Minnesota in a hard fought 6 rounder over Brad Patraw.

On Saturday, the Storm came to Frazier – head and body. Vue ended the bout halfway through the 2nd round with a vicious right hook to the body that sent Frazier to his knee and vomiting as he was unable to continue. Time of the stoppage was 2:18.

Vue moves on to 7-0-1, 3 KOs with the win.

Deonte Wilson

Supreme Hits and Team Wilson

In the Co-Main Event, Supreme Hits’ Welterweight Deonte “Bomaye” Wilson took little time to dispose of William Bokhart in a 1st round KO. Time of the stoppage was 1:36 after a right cross ended Bokhart’s night.

Wilson improves to 2-0, both by 1st round KOs.

The knockouts theme continued with Welterweight Jeff Wright (3-1, 3 KOs) returning back to winning ways with a quick 44 second TKO over Thomas Amaro. The referee quickly called an end to the contest when Amaro was out on his feet early into the brutal onslaught.

#WomenofBoxing Natasha Spence disposed of Shaena Cox. See: Natasha Spence is Ready for Anyone After TKO in Brewtown

Mike Fowler

Mike Fowler

In the only non-knockout bout of the night, “Money” Mike Fowler through everything at Rudy Payne INCLUDING the kitchen sink, but was not able to crack the jaw of Payne enough to put him down. Fowler stalked Payne for the full 4 rounds of Lightweight action, pressing forward and attacking head and body. Fowler controlled the action throughout and scored the Unanimous Decision. Scores: 40-35, 40-36, 40-36.

Shawndell Winters

Team Winters

In the opener, Light Heavyweights brought the thunder as Shawndell Winters and PJ Cajegas took the ring. In an anticipated well-matched bout, Winters pounded his opponent from the opening bell for the 5:14 total minutes of this fight. Cajegas could not stop the assault nor mount enough offense before the match was stopped nearly halfway through the scheduled 4 rounder. Winters scores a definitive TKO2.





Jay Kemp, #NextGenChamp

Northwest Chicago Suburb native that has a knack for development of sports. Sports is my life, from youth to professional levels. I make things happen! I AM GOLDEN! Sports BIZness specialties include marketable presentation, public relations, sponsorship acquisition and retention, up-to-date marketing strategies, charitable projects and how they translate into positive public image. In addition to boxing, I am a nationally certified coach in the sports of lacrosse, soccer, and wrestling, with ties to many other sports. Telephone: 224-627-3777

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