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Galarza, Agnew featured on 2/20 Broadway Boxing show in NY

For the first time in its 12-year existence, Broadway Boxing heads north to the suburbs of Westchester County, NY, when DiBella Entertainment (DBE) stages an exciting card from top to bottom at the beautiful Hilton Westchester in Rye Brook, NY next Friday night.  The card is headlined by the homecoming of undefeated prospect Bryant “Peewee” Cruz (13-0, 7KO’s) taking on tough-as-nails Jorge Pazos (14-7-1, 8KO’s) in an eight-round junior lightweight matchup. Hailing from nearby Port Chester, NY, just minutes away from the Hilton Westchester, Cruz has quickly become one of the most popular local fighters in all of New York and his legion of fans are expected to come out in droves. This will be the first time as a professional that the hometown favorite will be fighting in Westchester County.

Agnew Discusses Life After Kovalev: Ward, Fonfara or Braehmer

Top rated light heavyweight, Cedric “L.O.W” Agnew (27-1. 14 KOs), who is looking to play spoiler in Andre Ward’s comeback fight or to get the opportunity against Andrew Fonfara or Juergen Braehmer, recently commented on Sergey “Krusher” Kovalev’s power, Kovalev’s dominance of Bernard Hopkins and who he’d like to face next. 

“Sergey has power, but it isn’t his power that makes him special. Yes, he can punch but what makes Sergey special is that he can also box. Like Hopkins, I thought I’d be able to use my footwork to control the distance and make him look bad, but he was able to use his size to cut off the ring to control the distance, which I didn’t know he could do,” said Agnew.

Ringside Report: Kovalev “Krushes” Agnew in 7, Dulorme outworks Mayfield

WBO Light Heavyweight Champion Sergey “Krusher” Kovalev successfully defended his belt and continued his streak of knockouts, this time dispatching in seven rounds previously undefeated Cedric Agnew who was the heavy underdog going into this fight. Agnew was touted as a boxer and questions were raised on whether Kovalev would be able to deal with his style. Those questions would be quickly answered when in the second round Kovalev penetrated Agnew’s defense and landed a massive left hand, sending Agnew flying into the canvas for the first knockdown of the night.

Results from Kovalev-Agnew at Boardwalk Hall

In front of a packed house at Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, NJ the Russian Wrecking Ball Sergey “Krusher” Kovalev (24-0-1, 22 KOs)* knocked out Cedric “L.O.W.” Agnew (26-1, 13 KOs) in seventh round to retain his WBO Light Heavyweight belt live on HBO Boxing After Dark. The Ballroom at Boardwalk Hall shook as Krusher made his entrance. Michael Buffer said of these two undefeated fighters as he announced the fight, “Someone’s 0 has got to go!”

Both fighters were feeling each other out early in the bout while the chants of “USA” came from the nearly sold-out crowd in AC. Agnew, normally a right handed fighter, came out boxing southpaw. Krusher knocked down Agnew just as the bell rang in the second round. Kovalev suffered a cut under his right eye in the fourth. Agnew took Kovalev deeper than he has gone in his last six fights but could not defeat him. Kovalev won via TKO 0:58 into the seventh round. The final punch total:  Kovalev 107 of 402 and Agnew 31 for 109.

Results from Kovalev-Agnew at Boardwalk Hall

In front of a packed house at Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, NJ the Russian Wrecking Ball Sergey “Krusher” Kovalev (24-0-1, 22 KOs)* knocked out Cedric “L.O.W.” Agnew (26-1, 13 KOs) in seventh round to retain his WBO Light Heavyweight belt live on HBO Boxing After Dark. The Ballroom at Boardwalk Hall shook as Krusher made his entrance. Michael Buffer said of these two undefeated fighters as he announced the fight, “Someone’s 0 has got to go!”

Both fighters were feeling each other out early in the bout while the chants of “USA” came from the nearly sold-out crowd in AC. Agnew, normally a right handed fighter, came out boxing southpaw. Krusher knocked down Agnew just as the bell rang in the second round. Kovalev suffered a cut under his right eye in the fourth. Agnew took Kovalev deeper than he has gone in his last six fights but could not defeat him. Kovalev won via TKO 0:58 into the seventh round. The final punch total:  Kovalev 107 of 402 and Agnew 31 for 109.

Results from Kovalev-Agnew at Boardwalk Hall

In front of a packed house at Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, NJ the Russian Wrecking Ball Sergey “Krusher” Kovalev (24-0-1, 22 KOs)* knocked out Cedric “L.O.W.” Agnew (26-1, 13 KOs) in seventh round to retain his WBO Light Heavyweight belt live on HBO Boxing After Dark. The Ballroom at Boardwalk Hall shook as Krusher made his entrance. Michael Buffer said of these two undefeated fighters as he announced the fight, “Someone’s 0 has got to go!”

Both fighters were feeling each other out early in the bout while the chants of “USA” came from the nearly sold-out crowd in AC. Agnew, normally a right handed fighter, came out boxing southpaw. Krusher knocked down Agnew just as the bell rang in the second round. Kovalev suffered a cut under his right eye in the fourth. Agnew took Kovalev deeper than he has gone in his last six fights but could not defeat him. Kovalev won via TKO 0:58 into the seventh round. The final punch total:  Kovalev 107 of 402 and Agnew 31 for 109.

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