This week on GFL combat sports network

– Friday, July 15, 2011 7:30pm ET Featuring Rosado vs Conyers from Bally’s Hotel & Casino in Atlantic City, NJ. Hard-hitting Allen Conyers, of the Bronx, NY, steps in for the injured Harry Joe Yorgey when he takes on Gabriel Rosado, of Philadelphia, PA, in the scheduled 10-round junior middleweight main event Friday evening, July 15, at Bally’s Atlantic City. Yorgey, of Bridgeport, PA, sustained a shoulder injury in training and will be out of action for three months. Conyers, 35, is known as the ‘Dream Shatterer’ for his record of derailing the careers of several promising fighters. Earlier this year, he shattered the 20-0 record of James De La Rosa when he scored three knockdowns and a unanimous 10-round decision over the Texas prospect at the Silverdome in Pontiac, MI, on the Timothy Bradley vs. Devon Alexander card. In one three-fight stretch, Conyers scored knockouts over Jonathan Tubbs (7-1-1 at the time), of Rochester, NY, Russell Jordan (12-3), also of Rochester, NY, and Derek Ennis (10-0-1), of Philadelphia, PA. Conyers is dangerous early, having K0d Tubbs and Jordan each in the first round and Ennis in the second. By comparison, Rosado lost a 12-round decision to Ennis last summer for the USBA junior MW title.

– Friday, July 15, 2011 9:00pm ET featuring Chicago Fight Night II at the Club, Burbank, Illinois. Former world Super Lightweight champion Vivian Harris (29-6-1, 19 KO’s) will take on Lanardo Tyner (24-4, 15 KO’s) in a twelve round bout for the USBO Welterweight belt. Harris of Brooklyn, New York won his first sixteen fights and established himself as one of the prospects in the country. After suffering his first professional loss and a draw to Ivan Robinson, Harris ripped off nine straights wins which included his world title winning effort when he knocked out Diobelys Hurtado to win the WBA Super Lightweight title. Harris was upset by Carlos Maussa on the Arturo Gatti – Floyd Mayweather undercard on June 25, 2005. Harris won three straight over former Lightweight champion Stevie Johnston and world title challenger Juan Lazcano which set up a title shot against WBC champion Junior Witter. Harris is desperate for a win as he has dropped three in a row including being stopped by Lucas Matthysse; currant WBC Welterweight champion Victor Ortiz and his last bout to undefeated prospect Jesse Vargas.Tyner of Houston, Texas won his first nineteen bouts before dropping fights to former world title challengers Mike Arnaoutis and Lamont Peterson. Tyner also lasted the distance before losing a twelve round unanimous decision to future WBC Super Welterweight champion Saul Alvarez.

– Saturday, July 16, 2011 7:30pm ET featuring Absolute Action MMA 16 at the Midwest Sports Complex, Florence, KY. In one of the featured bouts, Nicholas Noe (5-3) battles Oleg Nesenchuk (3-1) in a lightweight battle with future title implications at stake. The Ohio native, Noe, is coming off of a first round victory in his last fight just a month ago in which he suffered no injuries and looks to keep the momentum going against Nesenchuk. For Nesenchuk, who is riding a 3-fight win streak, and also coming off of a first round submission victory at Absolute Action XV only a month ago, he will try to impose his will and get another tapout. Both men have quickly cut out a road map to the Absolute Action lightweight title, but only one can move a step further after this bout. In another featured contest, middleweights Brandon Scott (1-0) and Michael Dabe (6-3) hook up in a fight many are expecting to be fight of the night. Scott has tremendous power in both hands as evidence of his 16 second KO victory earlier this year. Dabe is coming off of a triangle choke submission victory himself and will look to use his experience to take Scott into deep waters and wear him out later in the fight. In other action, Pieter Van Zijl (3-1) battles Deric Reese (3-3) in a fight that fans have been clamoring for. Upstart Bill Underwood (2-2) takes on Casey Elkins (0-0) in a middleweight shootout while Derrick “Lionheart” Weisenberger (2-1) will also be in action. There is also going to be 3 female fights, which are always crowd pleasing, with the popular Sarah Cook (2-3) in the mix.

– Saturday, July 16, 2011 7:30pm ET featuring Carla Hill Presents Boardwalk Boxing from the Resorts Hotel & Casino, Atlantic City, NJ. The event will be held July 16, 2011. Derric Rossy (25-4-0) of Medford, NY will take on Maurice Harris (24-15-2) of East Orange, New Jersey, in the main event for the IBF sanctioned USBA Heavyweight title. Not only are they fighting for the title but it is very rare to have two world rated heavyweights fighting each other which makes for an impressive and exciting evening of championship boxing. The card will be filled with electrifying local talent. Such as Super Middleweight Troy Maxwell (2-2-0) of Galloway, NJ, Bantam Weight Qa’id Muhammad (5-0-0) of Atlantic City, NJ and Light Heavy Weight Lavarn Harvell (7-0-0) of AC, NJ.

– Saturday, July 16, 2011 8:00pm ET featuring Walter Johnson Promotions brings World Championship Boxing back to the Greensboro Coliseum Special Event Center. The event features a 10 Round Bout for the Vacant UNBC Super Middleweight World Championship. Scott Sigmoin 16-2 (9KO’s) of Jefferson, VA., will take on undefeated Chris Fitzpatrick 13-0 (7KO’s) of Columbia, SC. This bout has war written all over it as neither man has much like for the other. Both men have promised knockouts and both are training extremely hard for this bout. In the first of 2 co-feature bouts undefeated Fayetteville Middleweight Lamar Russ 7-0 (5KO’s) steps up in class and takes on George Rivera 13-6 (4KO’s) of Fairfax, VA in an 8 round bout. Both men are coming off impressive victories in their last bouts and are looking to keep the momentum rolling. In the second co-feature bout Joey Hernandez 18-1 (10KO’s) of Puerto Rico takes on former WBC America’s Champ Robert Kamya 20-10 (5KO’s) of Kampala, Uganda in what promises to be a shootout. The undercard is packed with exciting bouts featuring Heavyweight sensation Elijah McCall 7-1 (7KO’s) who also happens to be the son of former Heavyweight Champion Oliver McCall Jr. Middleweight Contender Jamie ‘ShotGun’ Winchester will try to run his record to 13-4 as he takes on always tough journeyman Kevin Carter. Also Spr. Featherweights Jesse Carradine and Cordaro Simpkins face off in a 6 round bout that will propel one of them into contender status. You can also see the Pro debuts of two area amateur standouts Cristian Dominguez and Quan Morgan.

– Saturday, July 16, 2011 7:30pm ET featuring Extreme Fight Night (XFN) returns to the Camp Jordan Arena, East Ridge, Tennessee. The event will feature amateur MMA and kickboxing with some of the Southeast’s top prospects. As a special treat to combat sports fans this event will be offered FREE starting July 21 only through the GFL Combat Sports Network.

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