NUTLEY, NJ (May 14, 2013) - This past Friday night, John “Apollo
Kid” Thompson and Antoine “Action” Douglas remained perfect with big victories
at the Buffalo Run Casino in Miami, Oklahoma.
Douglas are promoted by Vito Mielnicki’s GH3 Promotions and Greg Cohen
scored an eight round unanimous decision over Geovanni Rodriguez in a Jr.
Middleweight bout that was televised live on SHOWTIME’s acclaimed series SHO
BOX: The New Generation.
scored a ninety-eight second destruction over Coy Witt in what was a scheduled
six round Middleweight bout.
looked spectacular as he scored four knockdowns and finished the fight in style
as he dropped Rodriguez twice in the final frame en route to the victory that
read 78-70; 78-70 & 78-71.
years-old of Newark, New Jersey is now 12-0 was making his national television
“I know I still
have things to work on”, said Thompson
“I used my
movement and I know I have to use my head”
On the four
knockdowns, Thompson said, “I went for it.
I landed a couple of jabs. Against the southpaw, I landed those jabs and
stepped over with the right hand”
On wanting a
knockout, “It’s a win. A knockout would have
been a plus. I thought I had him in the
8th round but for some reason the referee stepped in and I actually
thought he was stopping the fight”.
on National Television, “It means a lot. I hope the right people were watching”.
Buddy McGirt, “Buddy has been a great asset to me. Expect to see more improvements with each
Washington, DC is now 7-0 with five knockouts after his win.
dropped Witt twice and finished the fight by knockout Witt cold with a booming
“It was a
team effort. He was reaching in and my
coach (Kay Karome) told me to step over and land the right hand”, said Douglas.
and victory is a step up. I am in great
position knock away all obstacles and keep moving. I want to thank my team in my promoters Vito
Mielnicki and Greg Cohen, my coach Kay Karome, my manager Billy Mielnicki plus
all the family and fans that have supported me.”
be back in action on June 15th at South Mountain Arena in West Orange,
fighters are managed by William Mielnicki.
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