DANGEROUS VICTORIOUS AGAIN AND AGAIN!
Last night Dangerous Denton Daley stepped into the ring at the Hershey Centre in Missisauga against Canadian former Cruiserweight Champion Frank White. In the first 8 round match of his career, Denton took it to the former champ, needing only 6 rounds before the opponents corner called the match to give the Dangerous one his victory. This amazing win follows his domination of Mexico's Benito Quiroz in February, proving again that he is the dominant player in the Cruiserweight division. Look for more details about his next match at the Hershey Centre in September, on his Facebook and webpage, and read all about his amazing bout in the Boxing Examiner here.
CAN-AM IN OHIO - THE RESULTS ARE IN!
Amazing opportunities are often afforded to our team of boxers. This weekend, Team Destiny traveled to Youngstown, Ohio, and took the opportunity to show the international amateur boxing community why Boxing by Syd Vanderpool is more than just an Athletic Centre, we truly are a Culture of Champions!
While not all of our team members got the opportunity to get in the ring, Lucas "Death" Rowe, Shawn "The Flurry" Murray, and Dave "Put Em in the Grave" Murray all won their respective bouts.
Roman "The Gladiator" Szlek, and Alan Yescas fought like true Champions, making the Team proud, and showing the American crowd that a Destiny Boxer gives every match 100%, and put us over the top to win the Team Trophy!
Kai "So Fly" Johnson and Jessica "Cobra" Camara's scheduled fights were removed from the bout list at the last minute. Just fuel for the fire to see them step into the ring at February Fury!!
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A huge thank you to all of our members that continue to support and encourage our Destiny Boxers!
We are all proud of our CHAMPIONS!
DESTINY BOXERS TAKE RIVER CITY BY STORM IN
3 DAY PROVINCIAL TOURNAMENT
First day of matches and Team Destiny has 1 Silver and 1 Bronze
Drago Liubinkovic stops his opponent in the second round!
Roman Szlek gained silver in a split decision bout
Eric Reid's first match was well fought, but the bout went to his opponent
Second night of fights in River City - Team Destiny rocks the house!
Tonight Devin McAndrew, Kai Johnson, and Drago Liubinkovic claimed the ring as their own, each winning Gold in their respective bouts. They must be hearing the roar of Team Destiny's fans from Kitchener!!
Final Day in Sarnia and Team Destiny Rounds Out the Tourney with 6 Medals and the Team Trophy!
On the final day of the tournament, Team Destiny had 5 boxers enter the ring. Olivia Duchesne and Darius Schott both received "Walk Up" Gold medals for participating in the tournament, unfortunately with no opponent to meet them. We look forward to seeing them in the ring soon!
Adding to the medal tally, David Murray received a gold medal, Shawn "The Flurry" Murray and Brenner Duchesne both earned silver.
In a non-medal match, Kai stepped into the ring for the second time this weekend, with the judging decision going to his opponent.
Our total medal count is 6 Gold, 3 Silver and 1 Bronze along with the coveted Team Trophy!
An amazing weekend by an amazing team!
CONGRATULATIONS TO EVERYONE WHO PARTICIPATED - YOU ARE ALL CHAMPIONS!
JULIUS "CAESAR" BUNDA IN ACTION IN OHIO
November 20, 2011 BBSV's own Julius "Caesar" Bunda travelled to Campbell, Ohio to meet Dante Moore in a 4 round bout. Proving his skill can cross any border, Julius fought a fantastic match against the 6-0 Ohio native. Judges scored the match a draw, not doubt a testament to the dedication Julius brings to the sport every time he steps in the ring. We look forward to congratulating Julius upon his return, and look forward to the his next match.
Check out what the Boxing Examiner has to say about Caesar here
NATASHA "THE NIGHTMARE" SPENCE VICTORIOUS BY UNANIMOUS DECISION
On Saturday October 22, 2011 the one and only Natasha "The Nightmare" Spence brought it all to the Hershey Centre in Mississauga. Through four rounds of great boxing, she proved to the 2000+ people in attendance that she is without a doubt the hottest female boxer coming up the ranks. With a unanimous decision being handed down from the judges, "The Nightmare" adds another tally to the Win column! Stay tuned for information on her next fight, where we know she will continue to wow the crowd with her passion for the sweet science of boxing!
SEPTEMBER 10, 2011 JULIUS "CAESAR" BUNDA TAKES A JAB AT THE CPBC MIDDLEWEIGHT TITLE
Destiny's own Julius "Caesar" Bunda was in Moncton, New Brunswick to take a shot at the vacant CPBC Middleweight title against Stuart McLellan of BC, in the bout that boxing enthusiasts are now calling the fight of the year. For an amazing 10 rounds, Julius showed the world why he is "Caesar". Unrelenting and full of energy, the bout was well matched and exciting from the start. In the 10th round, Julius took the bout by storm, and in the final 3 minutes he dominated, showing McLellan that he not only could go the distance, but could finish with an amazing show of ringmanship, energy, and control. The match ended with a unanimous decision for Julius, all judges scoring the bout 96-95, however, after McLellans corner requested a recount, the judging came in as a draw, leaving the CPBC Middleweight Title vacant. Congratulations Julius, although the final outcome was not what anyone expected, your talent won the night, and brought us to our feet! We look forward to the next time you step in the ring, and show the world what it means to be a DESTINY BOXER!!
Check out the Boxing Examiners take on the fight HERE
AUGUST 26, 2011 VEGAS EXTRAVAGANZA
The Las Vegas Extravaganza on August 26th proved yet again that Team Destiny Boxers know how to get it done! In the opening exhibition between Destiny's Jen Kadlec and Kelly Hagan, we saw two team mates go toe to toe, and have a great time in the ring! The evening also saw two of our newest Destiny fighters put their skills on display, with Kai Johnson finding victory over Justin Heroux from London, and Devin McAndrew showed great ringmanship against Billy Taylor from Brantford. Lucas "Death" Rowe cemented his reputation in the ring with a victory over Santos Chiapetta of Toronto, and Jessica "Cobra" Camara had her hands raised in her second match against Shelby Dynes of Goderich. Shawn "The Flurry" Murray was on hand to fight as the main event, unfortunately for unexpected reasons, his opponent was unable to participate. The next major tournament will be the 2011 Provincials, to be held in Sarnia November 18-20th...check back often to see what our team is doing to prepare for this great event.