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23 KO of his career comes on entertaining 10th Patriot Center car

Press Release and Compilation by Michael Amakor - Photos By Michael Greenhill

Jimmy Lange knocked down Jimmy LeBlanc early in the second round and then followed up by knocking out the Boston-based fighter at the 1:30 mark of the second round following a string of body blows. After a slow start in the first round where LeBlanc caught the former Contender star several times, Lange quickly took control in the second delivering numerous shots to the body which visibly hurt a grimacing LeBlanc.

It was Lange’s 10th straight hometown fight at the Patriot Center. Lange announced plans to return to the George Mason venue for an 11th time November 6, but will look for at least one out-of-town fight between now and then.

Among the crowd of 3,833 in attendance at the Ice Promotions card were former world champion William Joppy, former Redskins linebacker and radio personality LaVar Arrington, Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) fighter Kris “Savage” McCray and the always popular Washington Redskins Hogettes. .

FightKings Chief Scribe Amakor exclaimed "JIMMY LANGE ANNIHILATES LEBLANC

Fulfilling his promise to come back in better form, Jimmy Lange wasted no time in knocking down Leblanc about three times to the canvas with body shots that wore out Leblanc who was gasping for air after the first body shot, and the third knockdown forced the referee to wave off the fight.


From my vantage point ringside I could see from the look in Leblanc's  eye when he was momentarily pinned against the ropes that he could not handle that Jimmy was bringing to the table

Chop Chop stops Damian Fuller

DeMarcus “Chop Chop” Corley (37-13-1) TKOs Damien Fuller (30-8-1) in the 4th out of 8 scheduled rounds.



Jimmy Lange Undercard Results


Brandon Quarles (1-0) defeats Vincent “The Beast” Batteast (1-3-1) by Unanimous Decision (39-37, 39-37 & 39-37 – 4 rounds).

Fight 2

Zain “Tiger” Shan (3-0) defeats John “The Baptist” Terry (3-17-1) by Unanimous Decision (40-36, 40-36 & 40-36 – 4 rounds) to score his first professional win.


Fight 3

Nathalie Forget (3-1) defeats Jennifer “The Bolivian Queen” Salinas (11-2) by Majority Decision (57-57, 58-56, 58-56 – 6 rounds).

Todd “White Lighting” Wilson (8-0) defeats Calvin “Peco” Faggins (3-5-1) by KO at 1:07 in the first round fight (scheduled for 4 rounds).

Dontre King (2-7-2) majority draws with Juan “The Savior” Rodriguez (4-0-1) (59-55, 57-57, 57-57 - 6 rounds)

Tony “Mo Better” Jeter (2-7-1) and Lawrence Jones (3-2-1) finish with a Technical Draw (unintentional head butt suffered by Jeter in the first round – 6 rounds).


Fight 4: Irish Calvin Faggins knocked out Todd Wilson in the first round with a straight left hand.