Advertisement
Boxingscene.com
Advertisement

Mike Lee Crushes Quattrocchi in One; Javier Fortuna Wins Big

Rosemont, Illinois, Dome at the Ballpark - USBA light heavyweight champion Mike Lee was able to reach 20-0 (with 11 knockouts) with ease.

It only took him one round to crush Aaron Quattrocchi (10-2-1), who went down twice and took a pounding before the contest was waved off by the referee.

This was the second fight of the year for Lee, who fought back in February with a majority decision victory over Justin Thomas at The Hangar in Costa Mesa.

mike-lee-traietti (2)

Former two division world champion Javier Fortuna (33-1-1, 23 KOs) was in action in Santo Domingo.

He dropped Nicolas Javier (16-1, 9 KOs) in the fifth round on pace to a ten round unanimous decision win.

This was the fourth win a row for Fortuna since suffering an unexpected TKO defeat last June in China. He was knocked out in the late rounds by Jason Sosa, and in the process lost his WBA "regular" super featherweight world title.

For Fortuna, this is his third fight in four outings in Santo Domingo. He blasted out Marlyn Cabrera last September, and then won a tough unanimous decision over undefeated Omar Douglas in November in Philadelphia. He came back home in June, to gain another stoppage victory, this time over Mario Beltre.

User Comments and Feedback
Comment by bigjavi973 on 09-16-2017

[QUOTE=richardt;18051069]Lee is nothing but a sloppy middle-aged looking club fighter. He'll get a wake up call or rather a put to sleep call when he steps up.[/QUOTE] LMAO why he look like a goomba in that picture: [IMG]https://68.media.tumblr.com/7360f7a37a1c7aa6621574abcbb6f07e/tumblr_inline_o0e7yviQIz1t58ksl_540.jpg[/IMG] [IMG]http://photo.boxingscene.com/uploads/mike-lee-traietti%20(2).jpg[/IMG]

Comment by Eff Pandas on 09-16-2017

Subway for everyone!!!!!

Comment by BostonGuy on 09-16-2017

Comment by giacomino on 09-16-2017

Stop with the "former two division world champion" crap. Fortuna held an interim belt at featherweight. How can u be a "world champion" when you're not even the "champion" within your pathetic alphabet organization?

Comment by TaurusJ27 on 09-16-2017

Nice finish

ADD COMMENT VIEW COMMENTS (9)
Advertisement
Top Headlines
Tom Farrell Warns 'Friendship is Out The Window' With Dodd News: William Silva, Connor Parker, Dan Azeez, More Fury's Trainer Will Be Ringside in Vegas To Scout Deontay Wilder Canelo's Trainer Hits Back at Claims That Kovalev Fight Was Fixed Deontay Wilder Breaks Down Luis Ortiz Rematch Luis Ortiz Breaks Down Deontay Wilder Rematch Wilder: I Never Want To Leave The Ring Without Getting a KO Andy Ruiz On Joshua: That Was a Lucky Shot For Him, Too! Luis Ortiz: I Believe I'm The Best, That's Why I Got Wilder Rematch Brandon Figueroa, Julio Ceja - Face To Face, Grand Arrivals Leo Santa Cruz, Luis Nery, Miguel Flores - Hit Las Vegas Deontay Wilder, Luis Ortiz - Face To Face, Grand Arrivals Frank Sanchez To Train With Eddy and Chepo Reynoso Korobov: When I Beat Eubank, It Will Force Charlo To Give Rematch Luis Ortiz: It's Been A Nightmare Living With Loss To Wilder Evan Holyfield Looks For Win Number Two on Saturday Night Eubank Jr: After I Beat Korobov - Jermall Charlo is On My Radar! Wilder-Ortiz 2 Shoulder Programming Sets Series-Best Viewership Marks Jesse Hart vs. Joe Smith Official For January 11, Hard Rock Live Sergey Kovalev Felony Assault Trial Postponed to January 6 Mayweather Firm That He is Done With 'Brutal' Sport of Boxing Felix Alvarado Explains Decision To Withdraw From Shiro Clash Kosei Tanaka Reveals Defense With Wulan Tuolehazi Logan Yoon vs. Ohara Davies, and More in MTK Tourney Draw Omar Juarez Talks Upcoming Bout on Wilder-Ortiz Card Frampton: Jamel Herring Would Make A lot of Sense in NYC Ellerbe Agrees With Arum: Wilder-Fury Can Do 2M PPV Buys Ortiz: I Wasn't Knocked Out By Wilder; Was Completely Fatigued McGregor Open To Farooq Rematch In Edinburgh For European Kieran Smith: When You Win On An Off-Night, It's A Good Sign Alex Dilmaghani Reflects on The War With Francisco Fonseca Callum Smith's Coach Wants 'Brutal' Stoppage of John Ryder Haye, Bellew Debate if Anthony Joshua 'Quit' in Andy Ruiz Loss Billam-Smith Aims To Topple Glover, Get Riakporhe Rematch Ortiz Ready To Flip Wilder Script: I Know The Damage I Can Do! Wilder Expects Ruiz To Be Just as Hungry in Joshua Rematch Oscar Valdez Very Eager To Land Showdown With Miguel Berchelt Luis Ortiz: I Have Plans To End Wilder Before The Final Bell Pacquiao Weighs Options For Springtime Ring Return Kenny To Join Lewis, Goossen For FOX's Wilder-Ortiz Show
Advertisement
Advertisement
Latest Forum Threads
Advertisement
Advertisement