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| Tarek Rached fights at MSG
| This was A Don King promotion
Tarek Rached Has great Boxing
match at Madison Square Garden !
This was A Don King Promotion
Kickboxing Champion has great boxing fight at Madison square garden !
Tarek Rached which is A USKBA low kick Champion Formely Of lebanon now training in Middle Ialsd,Ny with TOMMY
"BEE" BOTTONE fought his 3 rd pro Boxing match on april 17 th 2004 at madison square garden on the Undercard of the Golata
vs Bird heavyweight title fight.
Tarek Rached fought A very game undefeated fighter from Peurto Rico Juan Limberti. These two fighters came
as A warm up fight for the big heavyweight title fights that followed but no one told them that. They put on what many said
was the fight of the night with 4 knockdowns in 4 rds .They really got the crowd on there feet for the first fight of the
Tarek Rached is a strong stand up right handed fighter with alot of Kickboxing experience and no amateur boxing
backround and Limberti is A left handed fighter with very good boxing skill.
In the first 2 rds it was obvious that rached was trying to close the gap on Limberti
which was using his left hand stance to keep Rached at bay landing some good body shots both rds where close with
the judges giving the edge to Limberti. Rached was cut in rd 2 over his eye from A head butt and the blood was stopped in
his corner before the next round so the fight went on without incident.
In rd 3 the fight really got going with tarek getting into his range and taking control with strong left hooks
and staright right hands . This is when it really got interesteing with tarek droping limberti with A left hook and after
getting up Rached was overconfident and got caught with A straight left and got dropped himslef .The round
finished with tarek taking control again.It was obvious that rached was remembering his training on how to fight A southpaw
now.The judges gave the edge to mr Limberti in this round.
As I was working the corner for tarek rached I told him in the final round that he absolutley needed to
win this round and win it big as I believed that whoever won this round would win the fight.
He took my advice and took it well as he came out on fire taking control as the bell rang being the clear
agressor and droping Limberti 2 times before the end of the round and when the final bell rang Limberti looked
as he was very happy to see the end of this great battle. The crowd BOOED loudly at the decission of a draw.It was as great
fight and A great experience for tarek rached. We hope to have A rematch inthe future as I am sure it will be another great
The judges gave the final rd to rached by A 10-7 margain making the fight A draw.
I would like to thank the NYSACB for giving us the scorecards on request after the match.Mr Ron Stevens "the
commissioner"contacted me personnaly to make sure that I recieved the score cards as requested for this article. I would
also like to thank the Ny matchmaker for helping us to get this fight Jim Borzel and also thank Don king for giving this opportunity
to tarek rached.
This was a great chance for a Kickboxer to showcase his boxing ability on A major Don King promotion at MSG
the worlds most famous arena.
this article was written by:
World kickboxing Champion
TOMMY "BEE" BOTTONE
WORLD KICKBOXING CHAMPION
TOMMY "BEE" BOTTONE
Carlos Lamberti (4-0-1, 3 KOs) and Tarek Rached (1-1-1) fought to a very exciting draw that produced four knockdowns
in a middleweight contest. Lamberti started the fight strong as he effectively countered Racheds attack with right hooks to
the body and head. In the second, Lamberti got caught with a strong left hook to the head. Lamberti came back to finish the
round strong with good right hooks. Rached dropped Lamberti with a hard left-right combination in the beginning of the third.
Lamberti easily beat the count and came back to drop Rached with a straight left in the closing seconds of the round. Rached
came back strong and dropped Lamberti twice with straight rights in the final round that had the crowd cheering. All judges
scored the fight exactly the same, 97-97 for a draw. -- David Rodriguez
**USKBA ACTION SPORTS
News of... ...MONDAY, APRIL 5, 2004 **
LANE SCORES ANOTHER KO TO CAPTURE WKA TITLE ON "SUPERFIGHTS"
It took 28 seconds into Round 3 for TIM "Bring the Pain" LANE to win the
WKA USA Championship Title. For his opponent, DIEGO MANNINO, it must have seemed longer. Mannino, a kickboxing champion from Argentina, took
this fight after it was learned that Lane's original opponent, Edelmiro Montero, was delayed entry into the United States
as a result of new stricter entry procedures. It was not know if Montero would make the fight in time, so Mannino (already in the United States) was brought in to fight Lane. Lane, the current USKBA Full Contact Kickboxing
Super Lightweight World Champion, continued his dominance in our sport with an impressive TKO over Mannino. In other Pro
WKA bouts; Antoine McCrae defeated Mike Ryan by Referee Stoppage, Bobby Campbell defeated Devon Cormack
by majority decision and Chris Algieri won a unanimous decision over Guerino Pavone. The WKA sanctioned the pro bouts and the complete results can be found at their website at www.wkausa.com.
USKBA ACTION SPORTS Promoter
Joe Puleio (Top Kick Championship Kickboxing), presented "SUPERFIGHTS - A Night of Champions" on April 2, 2004 at Sports Plus Events Center
in Lake Grove NY. This marked the first time in 20 months that the USKBA worked with USKBA ACTION
SPORTS Promoter Joe Puleio's events in New York. Thanks to the agreements between Promoter
Puleio, Brian Crenshaw (WKA USA), the NYS Athletic Commission and the USKBA, the USKBA was responsible for the
amateur bouts on the card and WKA USA was responsible for the event and sanctioning of the professional bouts. With the sanctioning aside, the packed house
was treated to some terrific kickboxing action.
In USKBA Amateur Action;
Jordan Pergola def Clay Winn by TKO
at :35 of Round 2.
Thomas Campbell def Nobu Hirooka by unanimous
decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27).
Ron Pisano def Mark Axente by TKO at :49 of Round 2.
James Kyriakou def Mike Moller by Unanimous Decision (30-27,
Matthew Berman def Brian Damboise by TKO at 1:58 of Round 1.
Chance def John Mitchell by unanimous decision (30-26, 30-26, 30-26).
def Alex Gamez by unanimous decision (30-25, 30-25, 30-26).
James Hodak def Brian Rochford by unanimous decision (30-26, 29-28, 29-27).
Rubin Lugo def Anthony Baranta by unanimous decision (29-28,
Steven Castelli def Jose Alfano by split decision (29-28, 29-28, 28-29).
Buzan def Lisa Hayes by unanimous decision (30-23, 30-24, 30-23).
Raul Nuncio def
Kenny Lamb by unanimous decision (29-26, 29-26, 29-26).
The referees were; Donnie Carolei and Pat Sulivan. The judges were
Steve Ventura, Joe Lamonica and Don Kanehl. The scorekeeper was Gillian Chevalier. Special thanks to
the following clubs for their fighters; America's Finest Karate & Kickboxing, Gleason's Gym, Shaolin Self Defense Centers,
US Karate Academy, Bellmore Kickboxing Academy, Titan's Boxing Club, Shaolin Kempo Karate, 5 Points Gym, AFC Kickboxing
and Panza Kickboxing. For information of future USKBA ACTION SPORTS Promoter
Joe Puleio events, call 631-360-8830.
| Bottone Beats Corleone In 7 rd Low Kick fight !
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TOP KICK CHAMPIONSHIP KICKBOXING "SUPERFIGHTS"
On November 14,
2003, promoter Joe Puleio (Top Kick Championship Kickboxing), held his "SUPERFIGHTS" event at Sports Plus in Lake Grove NY.
His event was sanctioned by the WKA. Some of the USKBA Licensed Fighters on the card included:
USKBA Pro Full Contact Super Middleweight World Champion Tommy "Bee" Bottone defeats Pro USKBA Full Contact Middleweight
Northeast Champion Michael Corleone in a 7 round decision Leg Kick fight.
USKBA Pro Full Contact Featherweight World Champion Devon "The Energizer" Cormack defeats Bobby Campbell in a 5 round decision.
Chris Algieri def Tom Ingargiola by TKO. Ingargiola stepped into the ring at the last moment when Algieri's opponent was
a no-show. In amateur bouts, Lennox Chance, Dorian Murray and Jennie Nedell were victorious.
USKBA KICKBOXING TOURNAMENT RESULTS !
Ring Of fire 10 Results
KICKBOXERS RESCUE WOMAN IN ATLANTIC CITY!!
Atlantic City,January 17 th 2003 !!
TAREK RACHED Wins U.S. Low KICK Title fight!!
USKBA ULTIMATE 2002 TOURNAMENT
K-1 Las Vegas
Long Island kickboxing Challenge
RING OF FIRE 9
|Don Wilson and Tommy "BEE" Bottone
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JUNIOR KICKBOXING CHALLENGE
Results From Ring of Fire VI
Results From Ring of Fire VIII