Tori Nelson vs Kali Reis on Thursday
PHILADELPHIA, PA (October 30, 2013)—On Thursday night November 7th, Hall of Fame Football star Jonathan Ogden and his foundation will team up with Hard Work Promotions to present a six bout card the will be headlined by the WIBA Women’s Welterweight title bout between undefeated Tori Nelson and Kali Reis.
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Nelson of South Hill, Virginia has an undefeated mark of 7-0-3 has always been willing to take on the best competition. In her first bout she took on veteran Shelley Seivert and battled her to a draw. She later took a six round unanimous decision from Seivert. She twice fought for the Middleweight championship and drew both times with Teresa Perozzi in Perozzi’s home country of Bermuda.
In her last bout, Nelson won the WIBA International Welterweight championship with a 10 round unanimous decision over Aleksandra Magdziak Lopes (10-1) on September 13th.
Reis of Providence, Rhode Island will be fighting for her 1st title.
She has a record of 5-1-1 with 2 knockouts.
She also has a win (and her only defeat) over Lopes. Reis has won 3 in a row including a decision win over Lyneisha Jefferson on June 29, 2102.
The undercard features five undefeated fighters.
In the co-feature, it will be a six round Heavyweight attraction that will pit hard punching Jarrell “Big Baby” Miller against Willie Chisholm.
Miller of Brooklyn, NY is 5-0-1 with all wins coming via knockout.
At 6’4”and scaling 260 lbs, Miller is a big man with bigger power. At just 25 years old, he is just coming into his own and his boxing ability keeps improving as he was a late starter after a Muay Thai career.
In his last bout, Miller scored a 2nd round stoppage over Tobias Rice on September 25th.
Miller is managed by Rory Donadio and Michael Elovitz and trained by Kelly Richardson.
He will be facing his most experienced foe in Chisholm.
The native of St. Petersburg, Florida has a deceiving mark of 7-18 with 4 knockouts. He has wins over two undefeated fighters in Brian Rollins and Armando Ancona. In those losses, he as only been stopped twice despite facing the likes of Vincent Miranda (2-0); Akinyemi Laleye (8-1); Nick Iannuzzi (5-0 and 11-0); Daniel Kooij (8-0); Brian Howard (3-0); Shane Benefield (19-2); Russ Shiflett (10-0-1); Venroy July (7-0-2); Nick Kisner (11-0-1); Alfredo Escalera Jr. (18-4-1) and his last bout when he lost a unanimous decision to Dwayne McRae on September 28.
He has not been stopped in over 5 years.
In a four round Welterweight bout, Gerome Quigley (1-0, 1 KO) of Washington, DC battles Damien Butler (0-3) of Cleverly, MD.
Undefeated Jr. Middleweight Jeremy Trussell (4-0, 3 KO’s) of Baltimore, MD will see action against an opponent to be named.
Former Romanian National team member, Alexandru Marin (1-0, 1 KO) of Iasi, Romania will take on an opponent to be named.
In the sleeper fight of the night, Rolando Chinea (4-0-1, 2 KO’s) of Lancaster, PA will fight Benjamin Olinga (1-3-1) of Silver Spring, MD in a four round Jr. Welterweight bout.