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 Last update:  11/30/2013       Read more by Tim Kudgis         
   
Travis Kauffman Destroys Barnett: Whitmore Wins
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By Tim Kudgis

Eading, PA - Travis Kauffman vs Jason Barnett - 10 Rounds Heavyweight - Travis Kauffman didn't need much time to stop the seemingly uninspired Jason Barnett.  Kauffman dropped Barnett 3 times before the ref called a halt to the action at the 2:09 mark of Round 1.  Kauffman improves to (27-1) and Barnett drops to (14-15).

Frank Santos De Alba vs. Osnel Charles - 6 Rounds Lightweight - De Alba showed why he is one of the top prospects in boxing right now.  He dismantled the usually durable Charles dropping him 3 times in the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th rounds.  Finally after the final knockdown in the 4th round, De Alba followed it with a barrage forcing the referee to call an halt to the action at the 57 second mark in the 4th round.  With the victory De Alba moves to (10-1-2) while Charles drops to (9-8-1).

Travis Thompson vs Emil Rodriguez - 4 Rounds Lightweight - In an incredible back and forth match, Travis Thompson and Emil Rodriguez went to war!  Both men went back and forth trading punches throughout the fight.  The tide was turned multiple times in the 4 rounds with Thompson leading the charge at the end of the 4th.  Thompson's charge was not enough at the final bell.  The judges scorecards read 39-37 Rodriguez and 38-38  x2 for a Majority Draw.

Khalib Whitmore vs Mark Baltimore - 4 rounds - Khalib Whitmore overwhelmed his opponent from the initial bell.  Baltimore tried to trade with the Nazim Richardson trained Whitmore.  Eventually Whitmore's assault proved to be too much forcing the referee to step in and call a halt to the action at the 2:34 mark of Round 1.  Whitmore improves to (4-0) while Batimore drops to (1-3).

Randy Easton vs William Monroe - 4 Rounds Heavyweight - Randy Easton made quick work out of his opponent Monroe with a barrage against the ropes forcing the ref to step in at the 43 second mark of the 1st round.  Easton moves to (1-2-1) while Monroe drops to (0-1).



 

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comment by joe strong, on 11-30-2013
hopefully kaufmann fights joe hanks next. let's see who the better prospect is. both have a loss on their records. eric Molina, Quezada, gavern, walker would all be good opponents for travis next... a grano rematch would be good too

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