Last night at the 2300 Arena in Philadelphia, Prince Ranch Boxing's undefeated super bantamweight prospect, Raeese Aleem (14-0, 8 KOs), remained undefeated with a first round knockout over Ramiro Robles (15-7-2, 9 KOs).  The scheduled 8-round bout was promoted by Marshall Kauffman's King's Promotions.

"After my last two fights fell through, I really wanted to make a statement in this fight and I got the KO in the first round," said Aleem. "I'm hoping to get right back with after this momentous victory."

"Aleem looked fantastic last night scoring a first round knockout," said manager Greg Hannley of Prince Ranch Boxing. "He's certainly one of the top prospects in the super bantamweight division.  We'll be looking to get him right back in there."

"All the hard work in the gym paid off for Aleem." said trainer Bones Adams. "He looked sensational last night. We are ready to fight anyone in the division. Raeese is the real deal, he's going to be a world champion some day soon."

Rising super middleweight contender Kalvin Henderson dropped Antowyan Aikens five-times in less than three rounds, and  stopped Aikens in the 3rd frame of their scheduled eight-round super middleweight bout.

The card, which was the inaugural event that was streamed by Warfare Sports, was promoted by King's Promotions and Titans Boxing Promotions.

Henderson dropped Aikens with a jab in round two.  That opened up Aikens for an Henderson onsluaught, as the fighter nicknamed "Hot Sauce" put AIkens down two more times before the 2nd round could end.  Already on shaky legs, it was another jab that sent The Atlantic City native down for a fourth time.  Henderson wasted no time in disposing of Aikens, as he ended things with a hard right hand for the fifth and final knockdown at 2:14.

Henderson of Fayetville, Arkansas won his 2nd bout at The 2300 Arena, and is now 12-0 with eight knockouts.  Aikens of Atlantic City is now 13-7-1.

In the co-feature, Brandon Robinson survived a 1st round knockdown to comeback and take an eight-round split decision over DeVaun Lee in a super middleweight contest.

Lee landed an overhand right in the opening frame that clipped the chin of Robinson, and Robinson's knee grazed the canvas for a knockdown.  He shook that off, and both fighters took turns in dictating the action.  Both were able to land some good power shots, and the fight was tight they whole way while providing good action throughout.

When the scores were tallied, they read 77-74 and 77-75 for Robinson.  Lee won on one card 76-75.

Robinson of Philadelphia is now 13-2.  Lee of Jamaica Queens, New York is 10-6-1.