Alex Guerrero-Harley Kilfan Set For Harrington Raceway
An explosive night of professional and amateur boxing is tap for Saturday night March 19th at the beautiful Harrington Raceway and Casino. A & D Promotions is proud to present a night featuring some of the top professional and amateur fighters in the beltway region. Headlining the show is Salisbury Maryland’s Alex Guerrero (5-0-1, 2KO’s) in a four round cruiserweight feature against Harley Kilfan (8-6, 7KO’s) of Menominee, Wisconsin. Also scheduled for the explosive night of action is hard hitting welterweight knockout artist Emmanuel Taylor against an opponent to be named.
It will be the first main event for the older brother of NABF middleweight title holder Fernando Guerrero, and he is beginning to establish quite a fan base on his own. In his last bout the 6’3” cruiserweight battered Rayshawn Meyers throughout to capture a one sided four round unanimous decision victory.
His opponent Harley Kilfan has tested some of the best, including Sergey Kovalev and Anatoly Dudchenko. Kilfan will provide quite a challenge for the rising cruiserweight.
In the co-feature of the evening Edgewood Arsenal Maryland knockout artist Emmanuel “Tranzformer” Taylor (10-0, 8KO’s) looks to take on more step up the welterweight ladder against Salt Lake City Utah’s Willie Walton (4-3,4KO’s) . Taylor has excited crowds throughout the beltway area, scoring eight knockouts in his ten fight career.
The undercard is loaded with non-stop action:
Undefeated welterweight “Stone cold” Stevie Weimer (6-0, 2KO’s) of York PA is set to swap punches with Gabriel Morris (3-8-2).
Buffalo New York’s, Lionel Thompson (4-0, 3KO’s) will tangle with the always dangerous veteran William Gill (9-26, 7KO’s) in a four round light heavyweight clash.
Local cruiserweight prospect Lamont Singletary prospect makes his debut against Tauheed Wheeler (0-2) in a four round scrap.
Delaware’s own Mike “Strictly Business” Denby (3-8-3, 2KO’s) is also slated for action, taking on Duane King (2-2) over what is sure to be an four round slugfest.
Undefeated Welterweight Jesus Saucedo (2-0, 1KO) of York, PA is sure to be tested by Newark New Jersey’s Rashad Bogar in their schedule four round bout.
Rounding out professional portion of the show is a four round junior middleweight bout featuring the very talented Alantez Fox (3-0, 2KO’s).
The amateur portion of the card will have a familiar feel to Harrington Raceway gamblers, as Harrington’s Casino Cocktail waitress and North Carolina and Tennessee Golden Glove champion, Melinda Levaseur is featured on the amateur portion of the loaded card.
Also appearing on the amateur portion, is 2008 Golden Gloves and 2009 AAU champion John “Church Boy” Bowman of Baltimore, Maryland.
Tickets are going fast and can be purchased calling the Harrington Casino Box Office (1-888-887-5687, Ext. 524 or by calling Wayne Hibbs of KOK Boxing at 302-745-4392.