Covered Boxing in Atlantic City last night…
Todd Eriksson of Dover, N.J., left, fights Troy Maxwell of Galloway, N.J. during the third round of the Super Middleweights bout.
Gabriel Rosado of Philadelphia, PA, right, fights Saul Roman of Mexico during the first round of the Junior Middleweights bout.
Gabriel Rosado of Philadelphia, PA, right, and Saul Roman of Mexico exchange blows in the third round during the Junior Middleweights bout.
Henry Bruseles of Puerto Rico, right, and Mike Jones of Philadelphia, PA exchange blows during the tenth round of the NABA Welterweight Title bout.
Kendall Holt of Paterson, N.J. fights Kaizer Mabuza of South Africa in the fourth round of the IBF Junior Welters.
Not for nuttin – I would be like the guy in the yellow shorts. Boxing is one of the toughest sports for me to shoot – incredibly challenging, that’s why I normally like it – but the lighting was really bad at this event. The boxing ring was in the middle of a reception room with 15 foot ceilings. The ring was 4 feet high and the lights came down around the ring about 3 feet off the ceiling. So every time you tried to shoot you were shooting into the lights – it was a really tough gig. Here’s an example where the light blew out part of the champs face:
Mike Jones of Philadelphia, PA, right, lands a fist on Henry Bruseles of Puerto Rico during the third round of the NABA Welterweight Title bout