Iraq War Veteran, Chris Traietti landed a devastating right hook at Bryan Dailey who went down quickly and was unable to beat the ten count as the referee stopped the bout at 1:43 in the first round of this scheduled six round cruiserweight bout, giving Traietti the knockout victory.
These fights were presented by Big Six Entertainment at the Royale Night Club in Boston, Massachusetts.
“Dailey is a big strong fighter who throws a lot of punches but has a porous defense, so I allowed him to come after me and patiently waited for a perfect opening and when I saw it, I went after it and knocked him out quickly,” said Traietti. “I was pleased with my performance.” Continue reading
Big Six Entertainment in association with Danny Kelly Promotions presents “Celtic Reign” a night of of professional boxing.
BOSTON (Feb. 13) – Boxing returns to Boston for the first time in 2014 on Saturday, March 15th at Club Royale Boston. It will be Big Six Entertainment’s first of six shows scheduled in Massachusetts this year. This event is headlined with Irish native, and Dorchester based, Michael “Donegal Dynamite” McLaughlin (6-1-1, 3 KO’s) taking on his toughest challenge to date, Anthony Chase (11-2, 4 KO’s), from Providence, RI. “McLaughlin is a very popular Irish-American boxer and it is fitting to have him be the main event in Boston on St. Patrick’s Day Weekend,” said Big Six Entertainment’s President, Artie DePinho. “We are excited to start the year off and we look forward to providing the fans with must see entertainment.” Continue reading
CANTON, Mass. (October 26, 2013) — Irish southpaw Michael “Donegal Dynamite” McLaughlin (6-1-1, 3 KO) and middleweight Sergio Cabrera engaged in a wild, back-and-forth main event on today’s “Boxing Event Under The Tent” card, at the Irish Cultural Centre in Canton, Massachusetts. Continue reading
PROVIDENCE (October 17, 2013) – Irish-born boxers who have relocated in the Boston area have included Stevie Collins and Kevin McBride. A pair of relatively new Bostonians from Ireland, prospects Michael McLaughlin and John “Bancara Banger” Hutchinson, are following in their footsteps.