Joey Dawejko & DeCarlo Perez win in Las Vegas
- Updated: August 29, 2015
Las Vegas NV: The boxing world came to Downtown Las Vegas Events Center at the D Las Vegas for an action filled night of fighting on Friday night as they would take the action outdoor under the 98-degree heat in the outdoor arena. The main event was headlined by the heavyweights as Trevor Bryan took on Derric Rossy in a 10 round main event. The undercard fights featured heavyweight Joey Dawejko from Philadelphia & DeCarlo Perez from Atlantic City. The fights were shown on Showtime’s “ShoBox: The New Generation” card.
The first fight to start the Showtime broadcast was a 8 round heavyweight fight between Philadelphia own Joey Dawejko taking on Natu Visinia. Joey Dawejko enters fight with record of (15-4-2, 8 KOs) while Natu Visinia has a record of (11-1, 9 KOs). This fight would end very fast as Joey Dawejko would drop Visinia early in the fight and then Dawejko would finish him off as the referee would step in to stop the fight in the 1st round as Joey Dawejko wins the fight by TKO at 1:15 of first round.
The next fight was a 10 round super middleweights battle between Juan Ubaldo Cabrera vs Decarlo Perez. Decarlo Perez would accepted the fight on just one weeks’ notice because Juan Ubaldo Cabrera was originally scheduled to fight Mike Gavronski, but Gavronski (18-1-1, 12 KOs) pulled out due to a hand injury he suffered on Aug. 15, Decarlo Perez would enter the fight with a record of (14-3-1, 5 KOs) & Juan Ubaldo Cabrera enters fight with record of (23-0, 15 KOs). In the first round Decarlo Perez would throw a punch that would open a big cut over Juan Ubaldo Cabrera right eye and it looked very bad. Juan Ubaldo Cabrera would finally get back into the fight after not looking good in the first three rounds of the fight and start to take control but Decarlo Perez would have something to say about that as he would take over dominated the second half of the fight. Referee Vic Drakulich deduced a point from Cabrera, a two-time Olympian for the Dominican Republic, in the seventh round for holding behind the head. The fight would go the distance and the judges scored it 97-92, 98-91, 98-91 for Decarlo Perez by unanimous decision.
In the main event saw Trevor Bryan took on Derric Rossy in a 10 round heavyweight fight, this was a very good fight with a lot of action and the fight would go all 10 rounds and the judges scored it 97-92, 98-91, 98-91 for Trevor Bryan by unanimous decision.