Daron “Sweet Tay” Williams has absolutely no problem going into the Lion’s Den known as the Sands Bethlehem Event Center in Bethlehem, PA on Friday, November 16, 2018, to fight for his first professional title. Matter of factly, “Sweet Tay” says, “Everyone should expect a KO. The fans should expect it. Jules is expecting it, and I’m expecting to deliver it.”
Williams 7-0 (4 KO’s) isn’t being cocky. He is a student of the sweet science and has a keen understanding of how the sport of boxing works. Williams has respect for any fighter willing to get into the ring and he knows on any given night when two fighters have done everything possible in the gym to prepare for a fight, a lucky punch can happen. But, not on November 16. Williams knows what is in front of him and is ready for the challenge. “I respect the fact that Jules is undefeated, but he isn’t even as good as the guy I faced in my pro debut. I am ready for him. He is more worried about me than I am of him, and face it, he has no power,” said Williams.
Jules 5-0, who lives approximately seven miles from the Sands Bethlehem Events Center, will be making his fifth consecutive appearance in front of his hometown fans. In his four previous fights at the Sands Bethlehem Events Center, he has outpointed his opponents three times by UD and won one by Majority Decision over Weusi Johnson. Jules will be fighting to reach the hometown scorecards.
Williams is unfazed about anything that can possibly go wrong fighting in Jules’ hometown. Williams has an incredible belief in his talent, work ethic, and team. “I have a great team in Mychal Thomas, Dr. Jonathan Davis, and Kenny Leonard. We are a family with one goal, and everyone is happy. Sugar Ray Leonard takes an interest in what we are doing. You can’t beat that. They are there for me. I really can’t put it into words how much their support means to me, but I can show my appreciation by getting in the ring and giving them a great show. That is how I show my appreciation.” Daron “Sweet Tay” Williams.
On November 16, Daron Williams will do what he does best, win. But, this time, he will be collecting more than just a win. He will be looking to add the ABO Featherweight title to his list of wins and fighters he has forced to retire. Six of Williams’ previous opponents stopped fighting after they felt the wrath of “Sweet Tay” Williams. Will Martino Jules be next and will the ABO title be the first of many for Williams? Tune in Friday, November 16, 2018, to find out why Daron “Sweet Tay” Williams might be the sweetest of them all.
(Fight Night Live Will Not be Streaming This Event)
Deandre “The Matrix” Robinson-Neal fights on Nov.17
Deandre “The Matrix” Robinson-Neal started boxing at the early age of eight years old. After one hundred and twelve (112) amateur fights and twenty professional fights, the undefeated South Carolina boxer wants to start being recognized on Saturday, November 17, 2018, as one of the best young boxers.
Robinson-Neal 19-0-1 (9 KO’s) will tell you he is a South Carolina raised, kid, who turned pro at the early age of seventeen and is attracted to and driven in the sport of boxing by his dad Dominic Robinson-Neal 7-0 (4 KO’s), who is a former pro, and the great Roy Jones Jr. While Robinson-Neal might not be complicated outside the ring, Robinson-Neal, A.K.A. “The Matrix,” is a complex mess for opponents. Robinson-Neal is not your average fighter athletically or mentally. Robinson-Neal wants to be a world champion, but he wants to be recognized as a great fighter and world champion. “Everyone wants to be just a champion and there are some fighters that are world champs, but they aren’t great fighters. I want to be a success. I want to be a world champion who is recognized by everyone as a household name everywhere in the world. I want to be known as a great fighter,” said Robinson-Neal.
Robinson-Neal is a slick defensive fighter with excellent counter punching skills. “I like to swim and not get wet. I am not a fan of getting hit for no reason,” said Neal. When on the offensive, he is fast enough to pick his shots and powerful enough to keep his opponents off balance. “Deandre is another version of Roy Jones Jr. Maybe not the original, but you will see a lot of similarities between Roy Jones Jr. and Deandre Robinson-Neal,” said Deandre’s father Dominic.
The November 17 Vegas Grand Boxing Promotions’ card has special meaning for Deandre Robinson-Neal.
Robinson-Neal will be fighting for the second time in Charlotte and for the fifth time in the state of North Carolina, where fans have shown him nothing but love. Robinson-Neal will be returning to the ring for the first time in ten months (multiple fighters and promoters pulled out on him at the last minute) and he has the chance to perform in front of his boxing idol. “I love North Carolina. North Carolina has always shown me, love. It has always been fun. Great commission and I love the crowd. Roy being there is special. I grew up watching him, and now he will be watching me. I have to put on a good show. Fans should come to see flash, charisma, confidence, and everything you look for in a fighter. They are in for a show on November 17.”…Deandre Robinson-Neal.