NEW YORK (MARCH 15, 2021)–Brothers, Marques and Dominic Valle made splashes by taking out their respective opponents in the opening round of their fights on Friday night in Plant City, Florida.
Marques, a 22 year-old welterweight went to 2-0 with two knockouts as he took out Leonadis Fowlkes at 1:57.
Marques registered one knockdown from a hard right hand, and the fight was stopped after Fowlkes hit the deck.
Fowlkes, who came into the fight perfect, is now 2-1.
As an amateur, Marques won Silver Medal at the 2018 Men’s Nationals as well as fighting in the 2020 United States Olympic Trials.
Dominic made a sensational pro debut by stopping now 14-fight Juan Bryand in just 57 seconds.
Valle landed a big flurry of punches before a left hook put Bryand down on the deck, and the fight was stopped.
Dominic won the 2016 National Silver Gloves and in 2018, he was a National Junior Olympics champion.
The Valle’s are managed by Split-T Management under the guidance of Tim VanNewhouse and are promoted by ProBox Promotions.
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