Majewski and Mundy in ReMatch at Resorts in AC Saturday
Majewski and Mundy in ReMatch at Resorts in AC Saturday
By Ken Hissner, Doghouse Boxing (Sept 28, 2012) Doghouse Boxing
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Patrick “The Machine” Majewski
Patrick “The Machine” Majewski, 19-1 (13), of Atlantic City meets Latif Mundy, 10-4 (4) of Philadelphia, in a rematch for the vacant WBO Inter-continental middleweight title over 10 rounds at Resorts Hotel & Casino, in Atlantic City, NJ, Saturday night.  The two met back in 2009 with Majewski winning a decision over 8 rounds at a time when both boxers were unbeaten.

Global Boxing Promotions and Peltz Boxing Promotions will co-promote this show that also has two Atlantic City boxers in Shamone “The Truth” Alvarez, 21-5 (12) and Decarlo “3mendo” Perez, 7-2-1 (2), in an 8 round co-feature.  There are 5 additional bouts.

Majewski is one of the more popular boxers out of Atlantic City where he now calls home since moving from Radom, Poland.  He always comes to fight and is looking for a knockout this time against Mundy.  Since losing for the first time in his bout with Majewski Mundy has had his up’s and downs.  He was a good Philly prospect who kind of got “lost in the shuffle” in a stable of boxing prospects.

In Alvarez, Perez may be going after him at the right time having 3 straight losses, but certainly lacks the experience on paper to upset the veteran Alvarez.  Fighting for “turf” these two will have plenty of fans screaming for them from the time they enter the ring.

The undercard will consist of all 4 round bouts with no boxer having more than two fights.  Emanuel “Pinky” Colon, 2-0 (2), originally from Colombia, now living in PR where he won both of his fights by knockout in the first round will be against a very good prospect in Philadelphia’s Hasan Young, 1-0-1 (0), in a light welterweight bout.   Young drew with Jerome Rodriguez, another very good prospect in his last bout.

Former Polish amateur champion Patryk Szymanski, 1-0 (0), of Wroclaw, Poland, was the only non-Latino on a 11 bout card in his debut in Puerto Rico in June scoring a first round knockout.  His opponent is Adrian Wilson, from Atlantic City who is making his debut.  These are welterweights.

Cherry Hill, NJ, welterweight Anthony Prescott, 1-0 (1), takes on Philly’s Terrell James, making his debut.  David Gonzales, 1-0 (0), takes on fellow Philly light welterweight Charles Mack, making his debut.  The 4-time Poland amateur champion, Michal Chudecki, of Pozman, Poland, makes his debut against nearby Bridgeton, NJ, super featherweight Moses Molina, 1-0 (1).   
 
First fight is at 7:30pm and will be broadcast over www.gfl.tv

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