By Rick Reeno
MGM Grand, Las Vegas - Cruiserweight prospect Andrew Tabiti (6-0, 6KOs) continued his streak of knockouts with a fourth round TKO of John Shipman (3-2, 2KOs).
Super middleweight Ronald Gavril (9-0, 7KOs) battered Tyrell Hendrix (10-4-2, 3KOs) for four rounds before the referee, Russell Mora, stepped in to wave things off.
British middleweight prospect Anthony Ogogo (6-0, 3KOs) scored a third round stoppage of Jonel Tapia (8-5-1, 5KOs).
Ashley Theophane (35-6-1, 11KOs) stopped Angino Perez (15-5, 13KOs), who had at least a six inch height advantage. Perez was down early on, but his size advantage allowed him to stand and trade with Theophane, who used his quicker and more accurate punches to do more damage. In the fourth round, Theophane was battering Perez with shots against the ropes, promoting referee Kenny Bayless to jump in and wave things off.
Super middleweight Lanell Bellows (7-1, 6KOs) bounced back from his first career defeat with a second round knockout of Thomas Gifford (2-2-1, 1KO). Gifford went down in the first and then went down very hard in the second, which promoted referee Jay Nady to wave things off.
Junior welterweight prospect Ladarius Miller (2-0, 1KOs) scored a third round knockout over Richard Colas (1-3, 1KOs). Miller put him away at :58 of the round. Miller is trained by Eddie Mustafa Muhammad.