Nicholson Decisions Lee at Maryland Live! Casino|Jeter Promotions Press Release|#86Press #86Boxing

Hanover, MD (October 21, 2019) Demond Nicholson won an eight-round unanimous decision over Devaun Lee in the super middleweight main event this past Friday night at Maryland Live Casino in Hanover, Maryland. 

The bout headlined a near-sellout card promoted by Jeter Promotions.  This was the 4th successful promotion at the Casino for Jeter Promotions.
Nicholson of Laurel, Maryland won by scores of 79-73 on all cards and is now 22-3-1.  Lee, of Brooklyn, NY competed in the most recent season of The Contender is now 10-7-1.
Danny Kelly got the biggest win of his career as he stopped Nick Kisner in round three of their scheduled eight-round heavyweight bout.
Kelly dropped Kisner twice in round two, and finished the fight with a knockdown in round three, and the bout was stopped at 1:04.
Kelly of Washington, DC is 10-3-1 with nine knockouts.  Kisner of Baltimore, Maryland.
Malik Loften stopped Omar Etheridge in round two of their super featherweight bout.
Loften dropped Etheridge with a body shot, and the bout was stopped at 2:20 of round two.
Loften is 4-1 with two knockouts.  Etheridge is 3-2.
Jeter Promotions signee Ebrima Jawara scored an exciting six-round unanimous decision over James Early in a super featherweight bout.
Jawara of Germantown, Maryland won on all cards 59-56 and the Germantown, Maryland native is 3-1.  Early is 4-5.
Jay Stancil III won a four-round unanimous decision over Ransley Washington in a bantamweight fight.
Stancil of Clinton, Maryland won by scores of 40-36 twice and 39-37 to win his pro debut.  Washington was also makinghis pro debut.
Baltimore Policeman and Jeter Promotions signee  Brandon Chambers won a four-round unanimous decision over Christopher Haney in a lightweight fight.   
Chambers of Baltimore won by scores of 40-36 and 39-37 twice, and is now 2-0-1.  Haney is 0-4-2.
In a battle of pro debuting super featherweights, Blaze Fidler Hernandez and Antonio Dunton-El.
Each fighter took a 39-37 card, and a 3rd card read even 38-38.

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