Sean Hemphill vs David Stevens Live Broadcast, Fight card Preview and more

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On January 20, Sean Hemphill vs David Stevens fight at The Wind Creek Event Center in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, there will be a non-televised SHOBOX: The New Generation card featuring many boxers promoted by King’s Promotions.

The opening round will begin at 9:45 p.m. EST.

Jonathan Rodriguez, a local bantamweight, will face Ira Terry, a veteran of 51 fights, in a six-round match.

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania’s Rodriguez fights for King’s Promotions and has a record of 12-1-1 with four knockouts. On December 10, 2022, in Philadelphia, Rodriguez, at 23 years old, stopped Nestor Robledo in three rounds. This would be Rodriguez’s sixth start at the Wind Creek Event Center.

Terry, from Memphis, Tennessee, has a record of 28–23 with 16 knockouts. The 35-year-old has squared up against Jorge Linares and Claudio Marrero, both of whom have won world titles in their own right. Terry’s record reads as follows: Robbie Cannon (10-0-1), Leon Bobo (18-2-1), Verquan Kimbrough (21-4-3), Kenneth Taylor (11-1-2), and Vit Y (unanimous decision) on December 10, 2022, in Rock Hill, South Carolina.

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Sean Hemphill vs David Stevens Fight Card Preview

Lightweight James Bernadin, a rising star with King’s Promotions, will face Clay Burns in a six-round match.

Lancaster, Pennsylvania, native Bernadin has a perfect 9-0-1 record with six knockout wins. Osvaldo Morales (4-0), Edgar Torres (8-2-1), Kenny Robles (9-1), and most recently, on December 10, 2022, in Philadelphia, William Parra Smith was stopped by the 30-year-old Bernadin.

A native of Fort Worth, Texas, Burns has a record of 10-15-2 with four knockouts. Burns’ record is bolstered by victories over Yovani Rodarte (10-1) and Dartrell Smith (4-1).

Heavyweights Moses Johnson (9-0-1) of Huntington, New York and Terrell Woods (28-55-9) of Houston, Texas, square off.

For Fights of Four Rounds:

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania’s Thanjhae Teasley (4-0, and Pleasanton, Texas’s Joe Sambrano (4-16-2, square off in a welterweight bout promoted by King’s Promotions.

Francis Oran, a lauded amateur boxer from Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, faces Marlon Haywood, an experienced professional from Kankakee, Illinois. King’s Promotions and Jeter Promotions are promoting Oran.

Armondo Reeves (3-10-2) of Jefferson City, Mississippi, takes on Las Vegas’s Henrich Ruiz Cordoba (1-0, 1K.O.O) in a heavyweight bout.

Super middleweight prospect Sean Hemphill (14-0, takes on David Stevens (11-0, in an eight-round main event. Taking place as the co-main event is an eight-round light heavyweight fight between Philadelphia’s Atif Oberlton (7-0, and Fort Lauderdale, Florida’s Artem Brusov (12-0, The eight-round super featherweight main event matches two rising Pennsylvania boxers, Rosalindo Morales (9-0, of Ellwood City against Julian Gonzalez (8-0-1, of Reading.

Super middleweight eight-round main event: Hemphill vs Stevens

After a successful amateur career, Hemphill made his professional debut this year and has since won 14 straight times. Hemphill defeated Jeyson Minda 8-0 in front of his home city of New Orleans in his previous fight over a year ago in January. 27-year-old “Silky” fought three times in 2021, four times in 2020, and six fights in 2019. Hemphill has never faced an opponent without a loss before, but Stevens will change that.

Adam Glenn, son of the late Jimmy Glenn (manager of Hemphill) and owner of the legendary Jimmy’s Corner pub in Manhattan’s Midtown, is a well-known character in the world of boxing and is a prominent presence in the city’s bar scene. During his excellent amateur career (55-12), Hemphill was a part of Team USA and eventually became one of the best light heavyweights in the country. The term “Silky” is a combination of his father’s kickboxing moniker (“Spyder”) and his silky fighting technique; spiders spin silk, after all.

Light Heavyweight Fight: Eight Rounds, Oberlton vs Brusov

Oberlton, only 24 years old, has already won three times in 2022. His most recent victory came through a technical knockout in the second round against Christian Thomas. Oberlton, an avid amateur, fought in over a hundred bouts, winning several tournaments. He competed and twice won the U.S. National Junior Olympics and the National Golden Gloves. Although he finished second at the U.S. Olympic Trials and was a heavy favourite to make the 2020 Olympic squad, Oberlton has decided to pursue a professional career instead.

Super Featherweight Fight: Gonzalez vs Morales, 8 Rounds

On January 20, he will feel perfectly at home because Gonzalez is from Reading, Pennsylvania, around 40 miles from Bethlehem. During his two bouts at Wind Creek Events Center, the 21-year-old knocked out his opponents in the first and second rounds. A powerful puncher, Gonzalez has won all eight fights by knockout. All eight of his victories have occurred in the first two rounds. On December 10, 2021, Gonzalez defeated Eric Manriquez via second-round technical knockout to cap a five-fight professional debut. Gonzalez’s only loss is a six-round tie with Cuban prodigy Ivan Jimenez. Gonzalez, also known as “Gifted” in the ring, has trained with Stephen Fulton Jr. of Philadelphia, the current undisputed world champion at 122 pounds.

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