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Boxing Results: Darrell Madison and Derric Rossy Keep It Rolling!

By Jordan Keller (SBB - )On Friday, July 31st’ two local heavy’s won their individual bouts on separate fight cards both keeping their winning ways rolling climbing one step closer to their goal a World Heavyweight Championship. One of those heavy’s is NYS Heavyweight Champion Darrell “King David” Madison, 13-1, 3Ko’s from Central Islip NY who defended his title taking on Newburgh, New York’s Nagy “Dominican Dynamite” Aguilera, 13-1, 8Ko’s at the City Center in Saratoga, New York. Madison controlled most of the action using a sticking jab, some good counter punching mixed together with some god movement and some strategic clinches to keep Aguilera a tough boxer puncher off balance leaving him ineffective against the cagey mobile NYS champion..

Meanwhile fighting at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, Hollywood, Florida Patchogue Medford, heavyweight Derric “The Shaolin Fist” Rossy, 22-2, 12Ko’s decisively beat Carl Davis Drumond 26-2, 20Ko’s winning a 10-round unanimous.

Rossy came in fighting only three weeks earlier stopping Moises Droz in the third round while Drummond entered coming in off a technical decision loss to undefeated Ruslan Chagaev this past February.

Rossy controlled the action keeping Drummond off balance with a stiff jab and some good lateral movement. Wearing Drummond out with his timely punching and continuous movement the weary Drummond finished the fight like a sitting duck. Rossy was sharp shooting and scoring at will when the final bell sounded. All three judges awarded a well earned unanimous decision 99-91.

Sal Musemeci’s Final Forum Boxing is doing a great job. Rossy, a natural athlete was a football star at Patchogue-Medford High School on Long Island receiving the Hansen Trophy as the outstanding football player in Suffolk County and Timothy M. O'Brien MVP Award then advancing as a standout playing at Boston College. Rossy is fairing well despite learning on the job coming from a limited amateur background.

Rossy should stay busy every thirty does should work at the same time continue to step up the competition. In the gym keep him agile and tight working his defense and develop his natural punching power before a well deserved rematch with “Fast Eddie Chamber.

As the two continue to advance towards their common goal it is very possible the two may cross paths. Rossy with a great athletic background turned pro in 2004 and with some solid on the job won but then training relinquished the NYS Title to step up in competition fighting Ray Mercer and “Fast Eddie Chambers.

Madison 32 year old entered the pro ranks two years later coming in with an extensive amateur resume winning three Gold Glove titles and having been ranked in the USA boxing’s top ten as a heavyweight. His short pro career has been very successful his only loss a disqualification in a fight in which he had well in hand when his opponent found a way out claining he couldn’t continue after a rabbit punch. “King David” and has served as a sparring partner for some top heavyweights like Oleg Maskaev and 7ft “Russian Giant” Nikolay Valuev.

Article posted on 04.08.2009



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