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On a cloudless night in St. Petersburg, Florida a storm could be heard inside the local Police Athletic League. The roar of cheering fans, erupting shouts at the sight of thunderous strikes could be heard from outside of the event named “Ali’s Dream”. The event held last Saturday on February 27th, 2015 by Panda 5 Star Entertainment. The fights promoter Jie Chen and executive producer Henry Grooms delivered a night filled with action packed boxing; that included one KO, four TKO’s and one split decision by night’s end. Tampa Bay MMA Examiner Stephanie Melendez was ringside to provide event coverage

Main Event:
The main event was a welterweight match between Ali “the Panther” Tareh, with a record of 13-9-5 out of St. Petersburg, FL against Aaron “the Butcher” Steadman, with a record of 10-6-2 fighting out of Ocala, FL. The match, originally scheduled for 10 rounds, ended early at 2:04 of the 3rd round when a blow to the liver delivered by Steadman prevented Tareh from continuing the bout. Before the fight ending blow by Steadman Tareh appeared energetic and swift footed compared to the often “planted” stance of Steadman.
Co-Main Event:
The co-main event was a welterweight match between Samuel Valentin, with a record of 2-0-0 out of Tampa, FL (Puerto Rico) againstDeangelo Deonte “Dream chaser” Cunningham, with a record of 1-0-0 out of East Cleveland, OH. During the 1st round, both fighters were aggressive and were trading good shots. The round ended very close.
The 2nd round Valentin starts landing hard head and body shots. A left side body shot from Valentin hurts Cunningham and he recoiled in pain. Valentin then knocks Cunningham to the ropes with a right cross, then punches him in the head as he laid on the ropes snapping his head back. Referee Dennis DeBon approached Cunningham and counts, the fight then resumes only for Valentin to knock Cunningham down with a left hook.
The 3rd round begins with Valentin aware that Cunningham is hurting. Valentin comes out aggressively looking for the win. A left hook from Valentin causes Cunningham to stumble as both hands touch the floor, Referee DeBon counts. Cunningham continues before Valentin ties him up on the ropes landing several head and body shots until Referee DeBon steps in to stop the fight to protect Cunningham. Cunningham was no longer able to defend himself and the fight was called by Referee DeBon for an official end by TKO at 1:49 of the 3rd round.
Under card fight results:
Viktor Kulakovoski, with a record 3-1-0, out of St. Pete, FL fought against Courtney Jackson, in his Pro Debut out of Miami, Fl. The four round welterweight match ended in the judges hands. Jackson won by split decision for his first Professional Boxing win. Kulakovoski suffered a severe cut above his left eye that required medical treatment (stitches). Although a significant injury Kulakovoski never seemed to feel any pain during the fight.
Raynard Hill with a record of 3-10-0 (2), out of St. Pete, FL fought against Howard Reece with a record of 2-7-0 (1) out of Belleview, FL. The 1st round of the middle weight match between Hill and Reece started with Reece very aggressive. Hill was landing jabs to the face of Reece. Reece charged Hill throwing good combos and backs Hill up. Reece throwing heavy punches rocked Hill and it appeared that Hill was spared by the bell.
The 2nd round begins with Hill bleeding considerably from a big cut over his left eye from the caused at the end of the first round. Hill and Reece were exchanging blows when Hill ducks to the outside and knocks out Reece with an overhand right. Hill won the fight by KO at 31 seconds into the 2nd round.
After the blow from Hill, Reece appeared to fall in slow motion and was out for a few seconds before he began to try to lift his head from the mat. Reece was dazed and made several attempts to lift his head an look around as the ringside physician Dr. Denise Griffin entered the ring to render aid. It took a few minutes before Reece was able to stand and exit the ring.
It was later confirmed by Florida State Boxing officials and Stephon Reese (Cousin of Reece) that Reece was indeed going to be transported by Sun star Paramedics to the local hospital for further evaluation as a safety precaution. It is to be noted however that Reece was on his feet, and entered the awaiting ambulance without assistance. He was accompanied to the hospital by his wife Christina Reece.
Javier Flores with a record of 10-0-0 out of Puerto Rico fought against Solo Gortman with a record of 4-5-0 out of Texas. The six round welterweight fight ended early at 1:01 of the 2nd round when Gortman was unable to continue. Flores had knocked Gortman down with a left and moments later Flores knocked Gortman down with a straight cross this time Gortman was unable to finish the fight.
Botirsher Obidov in his professional debut out of Kissimmee, FL (Uzbekistan) fought against Yoeglys Duverger with a record of 0-1-0 out of Miami, FL. The four round middle weight match ended with a first round TKO of Durverger. Obidov had opened up a cut above the left eye of Durverger that the ringside physician said was to severe to allow him to continue the fight.
“Ali’s Dream” by Panda 5 Star Entertainment truly delivered a night of intense and hard hitting action. Fight fans were overheard saying “all of the fights had been great”. In addition to a talent rich fight card, the officials from the Florida State Boxing Commission and their professionalism contributed to the success of the event. Particularly referee Dennis DeBon, with the decisive actions he took to protect the fighters from further harm. He demonstrated the value of trained professionals in the ring. The officials presiding in the ring at the event included referees Dennis DeBon, Emil Lombardi and Larry Folsom.
Special thanks to Panda 5 Star Entertainment and Paul Waters of the FL State Boxing Commission for having the Tampa Bay MMA Examiner as a guest at the event. Alongside the Tampa Bay MMA examiner Stephanie Melendez and providing event coverage was sidestepboxing.com, and theweeklychallenger.com. Information about Panda 5 Star Entertainment and upcoming events can be found at panda5star.com.
On a cloudless night in St. Petersburg, Florida a storm could be heard inside the local Police Athletic League. The roar of cheering fans, erupting shouts at the sight of thunderous strikes could be heard from outside of the event named “Ali’s Dream”. The event held last Saturday on February 27th, 2015 by Panda 5 Star Entertainment. The fights promoter Jie Chen and executive producer Henry Grooms delivered a night filled with action packed boxing; that included one KO, four TKO’s and one split decision by night’s end. Tampa Bay MMA Examiner Stephanie Melendez was ringside to provide event coverage (see footage on this page).

Main Event:
The main event was a welterweight match between Ali “the Panther” Tareh, with a record of 13-9-5 out of St. Petersburg, FL against Aaron “the Butcher” Steadman, with a record of 10-6-2 fighting out of Ocala, FL. The match, originally scheduled for 10 rounds, ended early at 2:04 of the 3rd round when a blow to the liver delivered by Steadman prevented Tareh from continuing the bout. Before the fight ending blow by Steadman Tareh appeared energetic and swift footed compared to the often “planted” stance of Steadman.
Co-Main Event:
The co-main event was a welterweight match between Samuel Valentin, with a record of 2-0-0 out of Tampa, FL (Puerto Rico) againstDeangelo Deonte “Dream chaser” Cunningham, with a record of 1-0-0 out of East Cleveland, OH. During the 1st round, both fighters were aggressive and were trading good shots. The round ended very close.
The 2nd round Valentin starts landing hard head and body shots. A left side body shot from Valentin hurts Cunningham and he recoiled in pain. Valentin then knocks Cunningham to the ropes with a right cross, then punches him in the head as he laid on the ropes snapping his head back. Referee Dennis DeBon approached Cunningham and counts, the fight then resumes only for Valentin to knock Cunningham down with a left hook.
The 3rd round begins with Valentin aware that Cunningham is hurting. Valentin comes out aggressively looking for the win. A left hook from Valentin causes Cunningham to stumble as both hands touch the floor, Referee DeBon counts. Cunningham continues before Valentin ties him up on the ropes landing several head and body shots until Referee DeBon steps in to stop the fight to protect Cunningham. Cunningham was no longer able to defend himself and the fight was called by Referee DeBon for an official end by TKO at 1:49 of the 3rd round.
Under card fight results:
Viktor Kulakovoski, with a record 3-1-0, out of St. Pete, FL fought against Courtney Jackson, in his Pro Debut out of Miami, Fl. The four round welterweight match ended in the judges hands. Jackson won by split decision for his first Professional Boxing win. Kulakovoski suffered a severe cut above his left eye that required medical treatment (stitches). Although a significant injury Kulakovoski never seemed to feel any pain during the fight.
Raynard Hill with a record of 3-10-0 (2), out of St. Pete, FL fought against Howard Reece with a record of 2-7-0 (1) out of Belleview, FL. The 1st round of the middle weight match between Hill and Reece started with Reece very aggressive. Hill was landing jabs to the face of Reece. Reece charged Hill throwing good combos and backs Hill up. Reece throwing heavy punches rocked Hill and it appeared that Hill was spared by the bell.
The 2nd round begins with Hill bleeding considerably from a big cut over his left eye from the caused at the end of the first round. Hill and Reece were exchanging blows when Hill ducks to the outside and knocks out Reece with an overhand right. Hill won the fight by KO at 31 seconds into the 2nd round.
After the blow from Hill, Reece appeared to fall in slow motion and was out for a few seconds before he began to try to lift his head from the mat. Reece was dazed and made several attempts to lift his head an look around as the ringside physician Dr. Denise Griffin entered the ring to render aid. It took a few minutes before Reece was able to stand and exit the ring.
It was later confirmed by Florida State Boxing officials and Stephon Reese (Cousin of Reece) that Reece was indeed going to be transported by Sun star Paramedics to the local hospital for further evaluation as a safety precaution. It is to be noted however that Reece was on his feet, and entered the awaiting ambulance without assistance. He was accompanied to the hospital by his wife Christina Reece.
Javier Flores with a record of 10-0-0 out of Puerto Rico fought against Solo Gortman with a record of 4-5-0 out of Texas. The six round welterweight fight ended early at 1:01 of the 2nd round when Gortman was unable to continue. Flores had knocked Gortman down with a left and moments later Flores knocked Gortman down with a straight cross this time Gortman was unable to finish the fight.
Botirsher Obidov in his professional debut out of Kissimmee, FL (Uzbekistan) fought against Yoeglys Duverger with a record of 0-1-0 out of Miami, FL. The four round middle weight match ended with a first round TKO of Durverger. Obidov had opened up a cut above the left eye of Durverger that the ringside physician said was to severe to allow him to continue the fight.
“Ali’s Dream” by Panda 5 Star Entertainment truly delivered a night of intense and hard hitting action. Fight fans were overheard saying “all of the fights had been great”. In addition to a talent rich fight card, the officials from the Florida State Boxing Commission and their professionalism contributed to the success of the event. Particularly referee Dennis DeBon, with the decisive actions he took to protect the fighters from further harm. He demonstrated the value of trained professionals in the ring. The officials presiding in the ring at the event included referees Dennis DeBon, Emil Lombardi and Larry Folsom.
Special thanks to Panda 5 Star Entertainment and Paul Waters of the FL State Boxing Commission for having the Tampa Bay MMA Examiner as a guest at the event. Alongside the Tampa Bay MMA examiner Stephanie Melendez and providing event coverage was sidestepboxing.com, and theweeklychallenger.com. Information about Panda 5 Star Entertainment and upcoming events can be found at panda5star.com.

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