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Jayon Timmin Wins Thrilling Pro Debut at Grand Yesha Ballroom in Philadelphia

PhilBoxing.com
Wed, 07 Dec 2022



PHILADELPHIA PA (December 6, 2022)--This past Saturday night, Jayon Timmin thrilled his large and raucous fan base as he had to get off the deck to win a four-round unanimous decision over tough Juan Gutierrez in the featured bantamweight bout in front of a near-capacity crowd at the Grand Yesha Ballroom in Philadelphia.

The entertaining six-bout card was promoted by RDR Promotions.

After a close first-round, Gutierrez was able to score a knockdown in round two as he landed a hard right hand that put Timmin on the canvas. Timmin was able to right himself and shake off being put down. He was urged on by a loud supporting section, and came back to take the final two rounds, and get the decision by scores of 38-37 on all cards.

Timmin of Philadelphia is 1-0. Gutierrez of Estieli, Nicaragua is 0-3.

Erron Peterson remained undefeated with a four-round unanimous decision over Dewayne Williams in a middleweight contest.

Peterson scored an early knockdown as he dropped Williams in the opening frame with a left hand.

Peterson of Philadelphia won by tallies of 39-36 on all cards and is now 3-0. Williams of Philadelphia is 3-6-1.

Brendan O'Callaghan won a four-round unanimous decision over Antonio Allen in a junior middleweight contest/

O'Callaghan of Philadelphia won by scores of 40-36 on all cards and is now 4-1-1. Allen of Philadelphia is 1-14-1.

Jalique Holden scored a second round stoppage over Nathan Benichou in a scheduled four-round lightweight bout.

The time of the stoppage was 56 seconds for Holden of Wilmington, Delaware and is now 3-0. Benichou of Puebla, Mexico is 2-14-1.

Najeem Johns stopped Anthony Young in the second round of their four-round welterweight fight.

The time of the stoppage was 2:22 for Johns of Darby, PA and is now 2-0 with two knockouts. Young of Philadelphia is 0-6.

Heavyweight's Romelle Terrell and Jerome AIken battled to a four-round draw.

Terrell of Chapel Hill, NC was making his pro debut. Aiken of Annapolis, MD is 0-6-1.



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