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Christian Carto Continues his Roll with Third Round Stoppage in Philly

Oberlton, Howling and Han Remain Undefeated

Philadelphia – This past Friday night at Live! Casino and Hotel Philadelphia, popular bantamweight contender Christian Carto won his fifth consecutive bout with a third-round stoppage in their scheduled eight-round main event.

The seven bout card was promoted by King’s Promotions.

Carto of Philadelphia, once again brought a large fan base to cheer him on and they were not disappointed.

Carto registered two knockdowns and the bout was stopped at 1:06.

Carto who is ranked 14th by the WBO improves to 22-1 with 15 knockouts. Martinez of Miami is 35-21-1.

Rising light heavyweight Atif Oberlton remained perfect by stopping Juan Barajas in the opening round of their eight-round bout.

Oberlton dropped Barajas twice before the fight was called off at 2:59.

Oberlton of Philadelphia is now 10-0 with eight knockouts. Barajas of Mexico is 8-2.

Bree Howling kept her undefeated mark intact with an eight-round unanimous decision over former world champion Nancy Franco in a bantamweight contest.

Howling of Calgary, Canada won by shutout scores of 80-72 on all cards and is now 7-0. Franco of Guadalajara, Mexico is now 19-20-2.

Stephanie Han remained undefeated with a six-round unanimous decision over Michaela Nogue in a junior lightweight contest.

Han of El Paso, Texas won by scores of 60-54 on all scores and is now 8-0. Nogue of Egg Harbor, NJ is 2-5-1.

Muhammad Robinson stopped David Thomas in round five of their six-round welterweight bout.

The time of the stoppage was 40 seconds of round five for the Baltimore native who is now 7-1 with three knockouts. Thomas of Orange, Texas is 6-7-1.

David Whitmire was impressive in stopping Breydon Glaude in 92 seconds of their four-round welterweight fight.

Whitmire, 19 years-old of Washington, DC is now 5-0 with four-knockouts. Glaude is 0-2.

Ibraheim Robinson took a hard-fought six-round unanimous decision of Demarcus Layton in a junior middleweight affair.

Robinson of Baltimore, won by scores of 59-55 and 58-56 twice and is now 7-1-1. Laytom of Little Rock, Arkansas is 9-7-1.

Photo by Darryl Cobb Jr.


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