|Boxing Results / Photos - Issouf Kinda beats Mike Arnaoutis, Cletus Seldin stops Carl McNickle
By Media Report on Doghouse Boxing (Oct 14, 2012) Photos © Star Boxing
WESTBURY, NY. In front of a huge crowd of Long Island boxing fans, Joe DeGuardia's
Star Boxing presented an action packed evening of professional boxing on
Saturday night at the NYCB Theatre at Westbury.
DeGuardia, "It was a terrific event that Long Island fight fans truly
enjoyed, the fights were terrific and the team at the NYCB Theatre at
Westbury were great to work with. "
continues to look sharper in each successive fight, Seldin has become a
massive fan favorite here on Long Island, Jargal and Rodriguez put on
an outstanding battle and I'm happy for Gotay who's a very good looking
In the main event, African master Issouf Kinda scored the best win of
his career, dominating former world title challenger "Mighty" Mike
Arnaoutis over ten shutout rounds and retaining his New York State
Junior Welterweight Title.
to the punch throughout the fight, Kinda skillfully dealt with the
aggressive Arnaoutis who wasn't able to find the Bronx resident on a
scores being announced of 100-90 on all three score cards, Kinda
improved to 15-0-0 (5KO's), while Arnaoutis moved to 24-8-2 (11KO's).
as 'The Hebrew Hammer", Long Island fan favorite Cletus Seldin stopped
Chicago's Carl "The Assassin" McNickles in the third round of their
scheduled eight round welterweight clash.
away from the opening bell much to the delight of the fight fans,
Seldin and McNickles battered each other to the head and body for the
first two rounds.
a crushing right hand in the third, Seldin drilled McNickles to the
canvas, however the game spoiler beat the count. Moments later Seldin
closed the show in style, dropping McNickles for good later in the
Staying undefeated, Seldin raised his record to 9-0-0 (6KO's), while McNickles fell to 8-4-0 (6KO's).
a six round junior welterweight battle, Bayan "The Mongolian Mongoose"
Jargal of Arlington, VA and Newburgh, NY's Luis Rodriguez waged an all
the end of their six round clash that had the Long Island fight fans on
their feet cheering throughout, Jargal, now 16-3-3 (10KO's) was
declared the winner by majority decision. Rodriguez evens to 6-6-1
the opening professional bout on the card, Huntington, New York
prospect Alan Gotay, 2-0-0 (1KO), defeated crafty Alberto Manukyan,
0-2-0, over four unanimous rounds in their junior welterweight bout.
Manukyan of Jersey City, NJ survived a second round knockdown.
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