LAS VEGAS (July 1, 2006) – Unbeaten heavyweight contender Leo Nolan (25-0, 10 KOs), promoted by Silverhawk Boxing, returned to the ring last night (Thursday, June 29) after a 14-month absence and won a unanimous eight round decision against twice-floored Wallace McDaniel at The Plex in Charleston, South Carolina. Nolan’s next scheduled fight is August 25 against an opponent to be determined at Ebor City, Florida..
Article posted on 01.07.2006
In addition to Nolan, Silverhawk Boxing’s growing stable of world-caliber fighters, all based in Vero Beach (FL), include two-time world lightweight champion Stevie “Lil’ But Bad” Johnston, No. 5 world rated light heavyweight Prince Badi “The Boxing Prince” Ajamu, former IBF light heavyweight title-holder William Guthrie, NBA World & CABOFE heavyweight champion Sherman “The Caribbean Tank” Williams, world-rated super middleweight Rubin “Hollywood” Williams, former world lightweight challenger Corey “Primetime” Johnson, middleweight Aaron “Homicide” Mitchell, junior middleweight Eric “Murder” Mitchell, unbeaten welterweight Adrian Mora, and cruiserweight prospect Brandon “The Havoc” Harris.
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