Santiago, Trader, Folly and Webster in Philly, Friday
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Santiago, Trader, Folly and Webster in Philly, Friday
By Ken Hissner, Doghouse Boxing (Feb 6, 2014)

Milton “El Santo” Santiago, Jr
Milton “El Santo” Santiago, Jr
Greg Robinson’s Power Productions will feature 17 year-old Milton “El Santo” Santiago, Jr. of Warminster, PA, making his debut in a 4 rounder against Moses Molina, 1-4 (1), of Bridgeton, NJ, Friday night at the National Guard Armory in NE Philadelphia!

At a press conference Tuesday night at Chickie’s & Pete’s in NE Philly Robinson is calling this Boxing Ringside 51 “New Beginnings”! It’s his 51st show since November of 1999. Rene Aiken is the matchmaker.

Santiago needed special permission from PA Executive Director and their legal department due to the fact Santiago was not yet 18 to turn professional. His amateur record of 182-14 spoke for itself. Half of those fights were in Puerto Rico where his father Milton, Sr., took him every summer. He is managed by Moz Gonzales and Eddie Woods.

Frank Trader, 10-1 (2), now with D&D Management will be in a 4 rounder against Israel Suarez, 4-3-1 (1), of Luquillo, PR, in a super featherweight fight. Super bantam Manny Folly, 3-0 (2), takes on Jose Santiago in a 4. Folly has impressed every time out and is out of the Rock Ministry Gym in Kensington section of Philly and trained by Buddy Osborn who runs the program there.

Anthony Flores, 9-4-1 (6), returns to action against Dominican Ramesis Gil, 8-7-5 (5), in a 6 round super featherweight fight. Gil’s last 10 opponents have all been undefeated. Flores never seems to get any easy one’s either.

Super middleweight Derrick “Take it to the Bank” Webster, 14-0 (7), of Glassboro, NJ, returns to action after over a year while Philly’s Antonio Dubose, 3-0 (2), will be in a featherweight 4.

Light heavyweight Angel Concepcion, 5-0 (0), Newark, NJ, returns to action after over 2 years to take on Brian “Wildman” Donahue, 2-7-2 (0), of Philly. Philly lightweight Sultahn Staton, 2-0 (2), meets Mike Eroza, 0-1, of PR. First bout at 7:30 and 8:00 on GFL-TV.

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