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BJ Flores, "Tank" Williams and Prince Badi triumph

LAS VEGAS (January 20, 2007) - Two title belts were around the waists of three different Silverhawk fighters last night when they left the ring following winning performances in "Super Fights" at Knox Arena in Olive Branch, Mississippi. "Super Fights" was co-promoted by Silverhawk Championship Boxing and Knockout Promotions. B.J. "El Pelogroso" Flores (18-0-1, 12 KOs), rated No. 26 by the WBC, won an exciting 12-round decision (116-112, 116-111, 116-111) against Chris "Cold Steel" Thomas (16-7-2, 14 KOs) for the vacant WBF and NBA super cruiserweight titles..

Sherman "The Caribbean Tank" Williams (32-10-2, 18 KOs) successfully defended his NBA title and also won the vacant WBB Intercontinental heavyweight crown by stopping Ralph Wild, Wild" West (17-10-1, 14 KOs) in the third round.

Prince Badi Ajamu (26-3-1, 15 KOs), rated No. 11 by the IBF and No. 13 by the WBO, added the vacant NBA and WBF light heavyweight championships to his collection of titles when former world title challenger Craig Cummings (53-7-1, 43 KOs) was unable to answer the bell for the third round.

Prince Badi Ajamu (26-3-1, 15 KOs), rated No. 11 by the IBF and No. 13 by the WBO, added the vacant NBA and WBF light heavyweight championships to his collection of titles when former world title challenger Craig Cummings (53-7-1, 43 KOs) was unable to answer the bell for the third round.

Article posted on 21.01.2007



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