Washington, D.C. (November 2, 2014)- Southeast Washington, D.C., welterweight prospect Dusty Hernandez-Harrison capped off a great night of boxing at the historic DAR Constitution Hall with a devastating knockout of former world title challenger, Michael Clark (44-12-1, 18KOs), at 1:42 of the first round. With this win on the All In Entertainment promoted card, the 20 year-old fighter improves to an impressive 24-0, with 13 wins coming by way of knockout.
Dusty Hernandez-Harrison, who is fighting November 1 at DAR Constitution Hall in Washington, was formally recognized in a Washington, D.C. ceremony with a “2014 Recognition Resolution” by the Council of the District of Columbia. By unanimous vote, the Council of the District of Columbia congratulated Hernandez-Harrison on his many accomplishments as a professional boxer, his current WBC Youth Welterweight World Champion title and his contributions to the residents of Washington, D.C. and its communities both in and out of the ring.
Washington, D.C. (October 8, 2014) – The All In Entertainment promoted Hometown Takeover Boxing Event, which was originally scheduled to take place on September 27, will be held on Saturday, November 1 at Washington, D.C.’s historic DAR Constitution Hall. The landmark event will feature the long awaited return of undefeated WBC Youth Welterweight Champion and Washington, D.C. Native, Dusty Hernandez-Harrison (23-0, 12KOs), and other top prospects from the Washington, D.C. region.
It has been over a year since Southeast Washington, D.C. Welterweight prospect, Dusty Hernandez-Harrison, has fought in front of his hometown fans in the Nation’s Capital. His long-awaited return will come on Saturday, September 27, when promoter All In Entertainment presents “Hometown Takeover” at DAR Constitution Hall. Hernandez-Harrison will be headlining the show against Hector Munoz of Albuquerque, NM in a 10-round Welterweight matchup for the WBC Continental Americas Championship.
Washington, D.C. Fan Favorite Remains Undefeated With Win at Storied Venue
New York, NY (July 27, 2014)- On the undercard of Saturday night’s Golovkin vs. Geale World Middleweight Championship Bout, rising Welterweight prospect Dusty Hernandez-Harrison (23-0, 12 KO) kept his undefeated record intact with a dominant eight-round unanimous decision win over hard-hitting veteran, Wilfredo Acuna. The Southeast Washington, D.C. native fought a well calculated contest, winning every round on the ringside judge’s scorecards, 80-72.
Rising Star Set to Put Unbeaten Streak on the Line on Undercard of Golovkin vs. Geale HBO World Championship Boxing
WASHINGTON, D.C. (July 22, 2014)- On July 26, Dusty Hernandez-Harrison will return to the “Mecca of Boxing,” Madison Square Garden, and put his undefeated record on the line when he faces off against hard hitting Wilfredo Acuna (15-14, 12KOs) of Nicaragua. The welterweight bout will take place on the undercard of the “G4” mega event between Gennady Golovkin and Daniel Geale for the WBA “Super Championship” title and IBO Middleweight World Championship live on HBO World Championship Boxing.
WBC Welterweight Champion to Taste Recipes at Brandywine, MD Chick-fil-A Location Saturday, March 22 at 3pm
Washington, D.C., (March 19, 2014)- Fresh off of his exciting victory on ESPN Friday Night Fights, undefeated 19 year-old teenage welterweight prospect Dusty Hernandez-Harrison will be appearing at the Chick-fil-A at 16003 Crain Highway in Brandywine, MD this Saturday, March 22 to test one of their signature recipes while taking photographs and signing autographs with fans.
Dusty Hernandez-Harrison, only 19 years old and just 20 days after winning the WBC Youth Welterweight World Championship, scored a devastating first round knockout over Marlon Lewis at Dover Downs Hotel and Casino on Friday night. The win was Hernandez-Harrison’s eighth of 2013 and increased the undefeated 2013 GFL.TV Fighter Of The Year and Knockout of the Year nominee’s record to an outstanding 19-0, with 11 wins coming by knockout.
Hernandez-Harrison used body shots sending Lewis (6-3-2, 3KOs), who had never been down in his career, to the canvas three times before the referee stopped the contest.