At the Turning Stone Resort & Casino in Verona, New York, Ali Izmailov emerged triumphant against Charles Foster for the uninhabited USBA Light Heavyweight Title, as provided by Dimitriy Salita (Salita Promotions), matchmaker Eric Bottjer, and Steve Clemente. Izmailov won the 10-round match with Foster, who had actually been unbeaten till then, with a compelling right on Foster’s chin that caused an 8-count in the 5th round. In the 8th round, Izmailov tossed Foster to the canvas, and in the ninth, both fighters arrived on the ground. Despite both professional athletes revealing fatigue in the last round, Izmailov thrived with ratings of 95-94, 96-93, and 95-95 KH.
In another light-heavyweight bout, Juan Carrillo subdued Richard Vansiclen over 10 rounds, with both professional athletes striking the deck. Carrillo landed a set of ideal hooks that sent out Vansiclen to the ground for an 8-count in the 3rd round, whereas Vansiclen countered with a right of his own that dropped Carrillo in the 4th. After 6 even rounds, Vansiclen took the tenth, however it wasn’t enough to conquer Carrillo, who won with ratings of 94-94 and 95-93 two times.
Clay Waterman beat Kenmon Evans over 8 rounds in a light-heavyweight match, where Evans moved well in the very first 2 rounds however was rocked by Waterman in the 3rd, though he utilized an efficient jab on Waterman. Throughout the bout, Waterman’s strength allowed him to stalk Evans, making him the triumph with ratings of 77-75 and 78-74 two times.
Elsewhere, “Marvelous” Mykquan Williams drew with southpaw Pablo Cesar Galdino over 8 rounds in the super-lightweight match, with ratings of 77-75 Williams and 76-76 two times. Super middleweight Maciej “Striczu” Sulecki stopped Angel Hernandez in the 2nd round of a set up 8, whereas heavyweight Walter Burns beat Moses Johnson in the preliminary of their six-round match. Super-light-weight Bryce Mills thrived against Jonathan de Pina with ratings of 59-55 and 60-54 two times.