Elton Dharry ready for war with Rios!
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Elton Dharry ready for war with Rios!
By way of Doghouse Boxing (Nov 24, 2014)

Elton Dharry
Elton Dharry
Saturday night December the 6th at the L.B. Scott Auditorium, on the paradise Island of Sint Maarten, fast rising bantamweight Elton Dharry (16-5-1, 10KOs) is just weeks away from the biggest fight of his career when he fights Nicaraguan champion Jose Rios (12-1-1, 6KOs) for the vacant IBF inter-continental belt. The bout will be the main event of a loaded international card promoted by Bobby Ottley’s B.O.S.E. Promotions and match well by the boxing diva Renee Aiken which will also feature a IBO women’s world heavyweight title fight as top rated Sonya Lamonakis (9-1-2, 1KO) battles it out with hard hitting Carlette Ewell (15-7, 9KOs).

It hasn’t always been easy in the fight game for Dharry and it shows as he had several lose early in his career. Born in Leguam Guyana, moved to America in 1999 and began his rise up in the amateur ranks, boxing in the US Nationals and representing Guyana in the 2004 Olympic box offs.

Dharry started his professional career with two wins, but then ran into a brick wall losing five of his next seven, which included losses to presently undefeated Isander Beauchamp and current WBC world super bantamweight champion Leo Santa Cruz. “It was tough for me” said “I was taking fights on very short notice. A lot of People say I was in tough, but I was not prepared. I felt my career slipping so I stopped taking short notice fight and the wins began to pile up,” thirteen victories in row to be exact, which included impressive wins over Dexter Marques (8-1, 3KOs), Eilon Kedem (11-3-4, 7KOs) and Rudolph Hedge (7-0-3, 2KOs). Now, he must face the biggest fight of his career as a professional when he takes on Nicaraguan champion Jose Rios in a battle for the IBF Inter-continental bantamweight title on Dec 6th at the L.B Scott Auditorium in Philipsburg, Sint Maarten.

“I am prepared to win the IBF intercontinental bout against Jose Rios,” said Elto Dharry. “My camp has gone great and I have nothing to complain about,” stated a confident Dharry. “I am working hard and will be ready on December 6th.”

It will be a difficult task for Dharry as Rios is a bit of a mystery, having fought only in Nicaragua. “Jose is a tough fighter. I have seen him fight and he is very aggressive,” said Elton Dharry. “My trainer Martin Gonzalez and I have gone over his fights. He is an aggressive fighter that throws a lot of punches. He is the Nicaraguan champion and recently defended his title on October 24th against Frederick Castro, so I am will be in excellent shape. It should be an exciting fight all in attendance.”

Fighting for the IBF Intercontinental Championship.

He is good. I have seen him fight. Me and my trainer have gone over his fights. Jose Rios is a tough guy who comes to fight. It is nothing new to me. He is aggressive and throws a lot of punches. He is the Nicaraguan champion and just defended his belt recently so he should be in great shape come fight night. It should be a fight that will make the fans happy.

It feels good to fighting on the paradise island of Sint Maarten. I have travelled a lot during my career and the travel will not affect me.”

“For the people who are going to see me fight on Saturday night Dec 6th at the L.B. Scott Sports Auditorium in Philipsburg, Sint Maarten, you will definitely get your money’s worth,” said Dharry. “I expect a lot of support there I have a lot of fans from my home in Guyana and Sint marten is about an hour away.”

“I am prepared to win and I will do everything necessary to come out a winner against Jose Rios and put that belt around my waist, said Dharry, I will put on a good show for my fans at the fight. Guyana is only an hour away, so expect that my people will be there in force to see me win that belt.”

One thing is for sure as like the title slogan appropriately says, “This is it-War.”

Who come outs on top? Who becomes the IBF intercontinental champion? Come out and see as the fireworks fly on Saturday December 6th at the L.B. Scott Sport Auditorium, in Philipsburg, Sint Maarten.


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