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Upcoming Events: Ty Barnett battles former world title challenger Daniel Attah on Saturday, February 27 at Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C.

Washington, D.C.. (January 13, 2016) – On Saturday night, February 27th,King’s Promotions returns to our nation’s capital of Washington, D.C with a big night of boxing at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center.

In the main event, Ty Barnett take on former world title challenger Daniel Attah in a Super Lightweight battle scheduled for 8-rounds.

Barnett of Washington, D.C. has a record of 22-4-1 with 14 knockouts.

He turned professional in 2005 and went 16-0-1 in his first 17 bouts.

The 33 year-old has wins over Deon Nash (3-0), Pavel Miranda (17-1); Jose Leonardo Cruz (13-3-2); Johnnie Edwards (14-2-1); Tyrese Hendrix (18-1-1); Barnett is looking to get back in the win column following his 9th round stoppage defeat to former world title challenger Cosme Rivera on May 31, 2014 in Washington, D.C.

Attah of Washington, D.C via Nigeria has a record of 28-21-1 with 11 knockouts.

Attah, 37 years-old is a 20 year veteran who has some terrific wins on his resume.

He has wins over Miguel Figueroa (4-0-1), Elvis Ortiz (1-0-1), Brian Adams (7-0-1), Juan Carlos Suarez (14-2-2), Hicklet Lau (10-2-2), Kareem Braithwaite (6-1).

He won the WBO-NABO Super Featherweight championship with a 12-round unanimous decision over Aldo Valtierra on February 25, 2000. After winning the title he had three more quality wins over Keylang Umana (19-2), Ariel Nestal (24-2-4) and former world title challenger Ever Beleno (38-8) to set up a shot at undefeated WBO Super Featherweight champion Acelino Freitas.

Attah showed his toughness by going the distance with the Brazilian knockout artist, but fell short by losing a 12-round unanimous decision.

The loss to Freitas did not dissuade Attah as in his next bout he defeated Toncho Tonchev (27-1). Attah also has wins over Isidro Granados (14-1-2) & Marvin Quintero (20-2).

Attah has fought 6 world champions and 7 men who have fought for world titles.

Scheduled to appear on a packed undercard that will feature many favorites from the greater Washington, D.C. area will be:

Middleweight Demond Nicholson (15-1, 15 KO’s) of Laurel, MD in an 8-round bout.

Cruiserweight Jordan Shimmell (19-1, 16 KO’s) of Hudsonville, MI in a 10-round bout.

Super Welterweight Mykal Fox (8-0, 2 KO’s) of Forestville, MD in a 6-round bout.

Sam Crossed (1-0, 1 KO) of Greenbelt, MD in a 4-round Cruiserweight bout.

Albi Sadikaj (4-0, 4 KO’s) of Fort Washington, MD in a 4-round Cruiserweight bout.

Antonio Magruder (3-0, 2 KO’s) Washington, D.C. in a 4-round Super Lightweight bout.

Luther Smith (3-0, 3 KO’s) of Bowie, MD in a 4-round Heavyweight bout.

All opponents will be announced shortly.

Tickets are on sale now for $100, $75 and $50 and can be purchased at www.beltwayboxing.com

The Walter E. Washington Convention Center is located at 801 Mt. Vernon Pl. NW, Washington, D.C. 20001


BETHLEHEM, PA. (December 30, 2015) – Unbeaten Omar Douglas (16-0, 11 KOs) gritted out a 10-round majority decision over Frank De Alba (17-2-2, 6 KOs) on Tuesday night’s edition of Premier Boxing Champions (PBC) TOE-TO-TOE TUESDAYS on FS1 and BOXEO DE CAMPEONES on FOX Deportes from Sands Bethlehem Event Center in Bethlehem, Pa.

Douglas started to turn up the heat up in round two as he landed two hard left hooks that stopped De Alba in his tracks. De Alba was able to gain confidence in round three, as he was able to counter effectively against Douglas.

Round five had the best two-way action of the first half of the fight with both guys digging deep to gain an advantage. Douglas seemed to get the better of the exchanges as he landed the harder combinations. Douglas began to take over the middle rounds and in round eight, a left hook rocked De Alba and put him in danger for this first time in the fight.

The two fought hard down the stretch and excited the crowd with Douglas winning in the end by majority decision by scores of 97-93, 96-94 and 95-95.

In the co-main event, Miguel Cruz (12-0, 11 KOs) remained perfect by scoring a seventh-round stoppage over Virgil Green (11-4, 3 KOs) in a scheduled eight-round welterweight battle.

Cruz was dominant throughout the fight and in round four he rocked Green with a left hook that had his opponent stumbling into the corner. In round seven, Cruz landed a perfect right and left hook that put Green down.

Sensing his moment, Cruz quickly finished the deal with two hard lefts that forced referee Benjy Esteves to stop the fight at 1:32 of round seven. Cruz’s power punches proved to be most dangerous as he connected on 46 percent of them.

In the televised opener, Christopher Brooker (7-1, 5 KOs) worked hard and earned an eight-round unanimous decision over previously undefeated Leo Hall in a light heavyweight bout.

Brooker controlled most of the action and came out with a strong first round landing some solid punches in close on Hall. In round five, Brooker landed a solid combination that sent Hall back to the ropes and had him in trouble. He was far more accurate throughout the night, landing 49 percent of his total punches and 53 percent of his power punches.

In his strongest moment of the fight in round seven, Brooker landed a perfect right on the chin that drew a big reaction from crowd. The judges scored the fight 80-72 and 79-73 twice all for Brooker.

Here is what the fighters had to say Tuesday:


“I feel great. I got some great rounds. The judges might have made it a little bit closer than it really was. But I went into his hometown and did what I do.

“He was about as tough as my last fight. The only thing tougher than the last one was that I had to come here on the road and do it.

“This builds me. It makes me a better fighter. I had a great opportunity tonight and I jumped on it. I feel like I’m the better fighter and tonight I proved it.”


“It was a very competitive fight. I think I landed more punches. He was more aggressive, but I was landing more.

“This is boxing. I just come here to put on a show for the great fans. I thought I won the fight. I knew I beat him inside.”


“It was a great fight, he was a tough opponent who was very agile and mobile. I had to be patient and it was great to get those rounds. I’m coming for the 147-pound division.

“I was definitely trying to break him down slowly. He was mobile, but I didn’t expect him to be so quick.

“I was hurting him every time I hit him and I finally got him out of there.”


“The hits to the back of the head were the problem. I wanted the ref to do something about it but that’s what hurt me. I never recovered from it.

“I felt like I was frustrating him and out-boxing him. But I never recovered from that blow.”


“It was a good fight. He’s a good boxer, but I had to keep it rough. He has some good experience that kicked in, but my will, my heart and my training kicked in too.

“My loss is what got me motivated for this performance. No more setbacks, only get backs.”


“I tried to work, We were working in there. I wasn’t surprised by anything. It was a good fight.

“I pushed myself. We got in there and fought. There’s no excuses. We’re going back to work.”

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PBC on FS1 and FOX Deportes was promoted by Kings Promotions.

Upcoming Events: Weights from Bethlehem, PA

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Omar Douglas 128 – Frank De Alba 129.5
Miguel Cruz 146 – Virgil Green 144.6
Leo Hall 177.6 – Christopher Brooker 174.2
Kyrone Davis 159.6 – Andrew Hernandez 160.6
Stephen Fulton 122.4 – Joshua Greer Jr. 122
Jerome Conquest 140.9 – Christian Molina 137.7
Milton Santiago 140.1 – Angel Hernandez TBA
Earl Newman 178.2 – Victor Kpadenou 173.2
Denis Douglin 166.6 – Marcus Upshaw 165.6
Eduardo Flores 153.5 – Junior Castillo 154.5
Chris Colbert 126.3 – Derrick Bivins 124.4

Promoter: King’s Promotions
1st Bell: 6 PM
Television: FS1 at 9 PM ET

Upcoming Events: Omar Douglas and Frank De Alba discuss Christmas activities before December 29 showdown

BETHLEHEM, PA. (December 25, 2015) – Undefeated super featherweight contender
Omar “Super O” Douglas (15-0, 11 KOs) faces his toughest test when he battles
Frank De Alba (17-1-2, 6 KOs) in the main event of Premier Boxing Champions (PBC) TOE-TO-TOE TUESDAYS on FS1 and BOXEO DE CAMPEONES on FOX Deportes with televised coverage beginning at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT on Tuesday, December 29 from Sands Bethlehem Event Center in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.

With the fight taking place just four days after Christmas, Douglas and De Alba are trying to go about their business just as everyone else in light of the time of the year where most are spending time with family and gorging out on holiday food.

“My training has been great. I am just putting the finishing touches on camp. We are just working on the gameplan and focusing on defense,”said Douglas.

“For me fighting around the holidays is no big deal. I have fought around Thanksgiving a lot, so training around this time has no affect on me. This fight is very important and there will be more Christmas’in future years. This is a huge opportunity that I won’t let slip away.”

When asked how he will be spending Christmas, Douglas will mix in some work to go with celebrating.

“I will go to my mother’s house early, open gifts and have a great time with my family. I will kick back for a little and go on a run and hit the gym late in the day and put the finishing touches on everything. I am on weight so everything is good.”

Said De Alba, “Training camp has been great. Honestly, the camp could not be any better. I am excited for Tuesday. I have put in the work and it should be a great fight.”

“The holidays are not a distraction. When I dedicate myself, I am only focused on the fight. I really don’t think about the holiday, especially when I have a fight of this magnitude. I only think about the fight.”

Like Douglas, De Alba will get in some leisure time on Christmas Day while he continues to put the work in for Tuesday’s encounter.

“I will go to my family’s house. I will see all the kids, open up gifts and enjoy my family. I am good on weight but will do some cardio in the morning. The work has been done . If it is not done by now, there is nothing in the last few days that will change. This is going to be a great fight and may the best man win.”

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10 Local fighters from Lehigh and Delaware Valley’s to compete on PBC Boxing event at Sands Bethlehem Event Center on Tuesday night

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