Newark, NJ / Manchester, NH (November 22, 2021)–Five fighters from the DKO Management stable all came out victorious with four knockouts in Newark, New Jersey and a unanimous decision in Manchester, New Hampshire.
At the Robert Treat Hotel in Newark, super middleweight Elvis Figueroa, super featherweight William Foster III, junior welterweight Jeffrey Torres and featherweight Felix Parrilla all scored impressive stoppage victories.
Figueroa stopped Arsenio Hall at 39 seconds of round two. Figueroa dropped Hall twice in the opening round, and dropped Hall for a third and the fight was stopped.
Figueroa of New Haven, Connecticut is now 9-0 with six knockouts. Hall was stopped for the first time and is now 3-5.
Foster moved to 13-0 with nine knockouts by taking out Pedro Hernandez in the opening round. Foster scored one knockdown, and the New Haven native will look for a high profile fight in the beginning of 2022.
Torres dropped Rosekie Cristobal three times in his 2nd round stoppage to improve to 9-1 with five knockouts. Cristobal falls to 15-6.
Parrilla went to 2-0 with two knockouts as he needed just 45 seconds to take out Dakota Laster.
Figueroa, Foster, Torres and Parrilla are co-managed by Marilyn Rosa, trained by Luis Rosa and are promoted by KO Night Boxing.
At the SNHU Arena in Manchester, New Hampshire, Nelson Perez remained undefeated with a four-round unanimous decision over Raymundo Rios in a junior welterweight bout.
In round one, Perez dropped Rios with a left hook. In round two, Perez sent Rios down again with a left hook.
Perez, 140 lbs of Marlboro, MA won by scores of 40-34 on all cards, and is now 5-0. Rios, 139.6 lbs of Mexico is 3-8-2.