Alantez Fox Remains Undefeated
January 13, 2013 (Maryland) – Last night at the Rosecroft Raceway, Maryland native Alantez “Sly as A” Fox (9-0-1, 4 KOs), remained undefeated with a dominating unanimous decision victory against fellow instate rival Julius Kennedy (7-3-1, 3 KOs).
The 6’5 undefeated junior middleweight prospect used his reach, slick boxing skills and body punching ability, taking Kennedy the distance in hard fought 6-round bout. Scorecards read, 60-54, 58-56 and 59-55.
“I’m glad I got to get some good rounds in,” said Fox. “This was a tough fight and I learned a lot in the process. Kennedy showed a lot of heart after getting up off the canvas. I wanted to give my fans a night to remember and I believe I did that with my performance. I’m looking forward to my next fight which should be announced soon. Boxing 360 is doing an excellent job with my career.”
“Alantez is hungry to show the boxing world that he’s going to take full advantage of all opportunities presented to him,” Boxing 360 promoter Mario Yagobi said. “He’s willing to fight all comers and I’ll be looking to put him back in the ring very soon. I’m happy with his performance and his future is bright.”
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