May 4, in an action packed card Team Certified Sports promotions parents the Riverside Rumble. The event will be held at the Riverside Ballroom in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Fights are to start at 7:30 PM with doors opening at 6:00 PM to everyone who purchases a ticket for this event, which you won’t want to miss.
In the main event Certified displays talented 6 foot Welterweight Javontae Starks (13-2-1, 7 KO) out of Minneapolis, Minnesota. Starks started his career 13-0 and made a name for himself doing so. The 29-year-old looking to get back on track steps in the ring with Jaime Sandoval (16-4-1, 12 KO) for an eight round WBF Welterweight Title fight. Sandoval has beaten Argenis Mendez who has fought for the IBF Super Featherweight title. Starks will be in with a guy that has fought very good competition which will pose a challenge, but showcase the talented Starks.
Cruiserweight Shawndell Winters (8-1, 7 KO) another Certified fighter will have a six round fight on the undercard. Winters won 8 straight fights after dropping his last fight in October of 2017. He will be up against Darrius Flowers (1-6, 1 KO). On paper this will seem like an easy fight for Winters to win, but in a division like cruiserweight and in a sport like Boxing nothing comes easy. Expect a lot of action out of this fight and an ending likely to come before the bell rings in the sixth round.
Twenty-three year old Akeem Black will be fighting on this card too, ladies and gentlemen. The Milwaukee resident will fight in Wisconsin in the first time in almost two years. Black (3-2, 1 KO) is coming off a lost in which the next day he was back in the gym training. He vows to get better every day and not let the moment or dream slip from him. Last time fighting in Wisconsin he got a W against Jeffrey Wright in Madison. If you support Akeem in Wisconsin make the drive up to Green Bay to watch him fight. It’s a can’t miss fight against Javier Rodriguez (2-5, 1 KO). The fight will be action packed. It’s not often you get to see a young fighter as disciplined and ready to fix his past mistakes, like Black. Star in the making, so get out as he makes his journey.
Other fights on the card: Another young solid prospect Christian Camacho (6-1, 1 KO) will fight in the main event with his opponent TBA. All of the wins Camacho has racked up are by unanimous decision, except for the knockout. Will put on a boxing sessions at the Riverside. Light Heavyweights Matt Putnam (6-0-1, 4 KO) will fight Ivey Nixon (2-3, 2 KO) in a six round fight. Light heavyweights always bring the action, these two will do just that as 9 of their 12 fights ended in knockout fashion.
This card figures to offer massive action and display some great boxing skill while doing so. I’m telling ya, you don’t want to miss this one.