FRAMINGHAM – Puerto Rican welterweight Jeffrey Torres, fighting out of Connecticut, easily won his fight against Framingham’s Jader Alves de Oliveira, knocking him out at 2:56 minutes in the first round of a 4-round bout.
His left hook gave him his eighth victory of his career. he is now 8-1 with 4 KOs.
Alves De Oliveira (gold & black trunks) has yet to win a professional match at 0-13.
The fight was one seven fights Saturday night as part of Shearns Boxing’s Fight Night in Framingham, the first professional boxing show ever in the City of Framingham.
A bout between two Framingham fighters was scratched, when supper middleweight Saul “The Spider” Almeida did not make his weight. he was to have fought Kevin “Lucky” Lewis, who was making his pro debut.
Saturday night’s event at the Sheraton Hotel & Conference Center was a charity event held for the benefit of locally based “Fighting Life,” an after-school youth boxing program and academic empowerment program, available 100-percent free of charge to students beginning in elementary school through high school education.
About 700 people were packed into the ballroom for the seven fights on the card.
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