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MIDDLEWEIGHT CONTENDER ALANTEZ FOX VICTORIOUS IN RING RETURN ON SATURDAY NIGHT

New York, NY (September 24, 2018) DiBella Entertainment’s middleweight
contender *Alantez “SlyAza” Fox*, and prospects *Tiara “The Dark Menace”
Brown* and *Jose “Cheito” Roman *all posted big wins on Saturday night,
September 22, in hometown clashes.

At Bowie State University, in Bowie, MD, middleweight contender Alantez Fox
(24-1-1, 11 KOs) was victorious returning to the ring following surgery for
a torn rotator cuff suffered in his last fight. Battling former world title
challenger *Elvin Ayala* (29-11-1, 13 KOs), the tall southpaw Fox displayed
his full arsenal of world-class skills en route to a shutout eight-round
decision (80-72 on all cards) in front of the hometown crowd. Fox was
bouncing back from his first loss, a 12-round clash against former world
champion Demetrius Andrade on October 21, 2017, telecast on HBO’s “Boxing
After Dark” from Verona, NY. It was during the first round against Andrade
that Fox suffered the injury to his left shoulder and he gutted it out for
the remainder of the 10-round contest, including scoring a knockdown in the
seventh frame. The 26-year-old Fox is co-promoted by DiBella Entertainment
and New Legend Boxing and managed by Mike Borao.

Also featured in Bowie, MD, on Saturday night, popular, undefeated female
prospect Tiara Brown (6-0, 4 KOs) stayed perfect with
a fourth-round stoppage of *Jasmine Clarkson* in their scheduled
six-rounder for the Metropolitan Police Department (Washington, D.C.)
Officer. Although there were no knockdowns, the ringside physician called a
halt to the action at the end of the fourth stanza as Brown was punishing
Clarkson with a barrage.

A graduate of Fort Myers High School in Fort Myers, Florida, Brown will be
inducted into the school’s High School Athletic Hall of Fame this Friday,
September 28, at a ceremony to be held during halftime of the
school’s varsity football game.

Fighting in Juncos, Puerto Rico, the 24-year-old Jose Roman (7-0, 3 KOs)
stayed undefeated with another dominant performance, winning a unanimous
decision against fellow Boricua, *Alexander Charneco*. Thrilling the island
crowd, the 6’3″ Roman, managed by Ricardo Figueroa, earned the victory by
scores of 60-54 twice and 59-55. The victory was Roman’s third this year.