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The Cyber Boxing Zone Newswire
November 10, 2001
BELATED Emerald Queen Smoker Results
By Katherine Dunn
Emerald Queen Casino
Tacoma, Wa
Promoter: Brian Halquist
Matchmaker: Bob Oleson
Inspector: Tom Sporar
Referees: Paul Fields, Ron Rall
Judges: Alan Krebs, Joe Macaluso, Tom McDonough
Physician: Dr. Charles Weispfenning

The Washington Department of Licensing adopted, for this club show, the unified rules of the Association of Boxing Commissions.

In a scheduled10 round main event, Trevor Brown, 156 1/2 lbs, of Orlando, FLA improved to 11-2-0, 9 KOs, with a first round stoppage of Jeremy Morrison, 160 1/2 lbs, now 14-5-0, 9 KOs, of St George, Utah. Morrison didn’t land a single punch and was knocked down twice. Referee Paul Field called it off at 2:35 of the 1st round. A TKO win for Brown.

Over 6 rounds, Louis Sargeant, 166 1/2 lbs, of Richmond, B.C. moved up to 4-5-1,1 KO, with a unanimous decision win over Kip Triplett, 169 3/4 lbs, now 10-10-3, 2KOs, of Creswell, OR.

In a bout listed for 6 rounds, Robert Linton, 162 1/2 lbs, now 7-1-0,4 Kos, of University Place, WA TKO’d Dexter Williams, 162 1/2 lbs, now 7-15-3, 3 KOs, of Las Vegas. Williams was out-classed from the get go and ref Paul Field stopped the fight at 1:28 of the 4th round.

In a trio of four-round bouts:

Michael Sams, 180 1/4 lbs, now 4-0-1, of Colfax, WA suffered a deep cut near the eye resulting from an accidental head butt during his match with James Partch, 176 1/4 lbs, now 0-5-1, of Boring, OR. The ringside physician recommended that the bout be stopped at 1:41 of the 2nd round. The match was declared a technical draw.

Eric Aiken, 122 3/4 lbs, now 2-1, 1 KO, of Forestville, Maryland won a unanimous decision over Angelo Torres, 122 1/2 lbs, now 3-4-1, 2 KOs, of Lakewood, WA.

Chubby 19-year-old Chauncy Welliver, 257 1/2 lbs, now 6-0,2 KOs, of Spokane, WA gave boxing lessons to buff, 31-year-old former San Francisco Forty-Niner, John Clark, 261 1/2 lbs, now 1-1, of Ft Worth, TX. Welliver won a lop-sided unanimous decision.
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