Jefferson delivers unanimous decision against Gee in welterweight main event

Fight Night Brawl VII returns to Green River College

  • Sunday, April 21, 2019 10:14am
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Tacoma’s Nicholas Jefferson scored a unanimous decision against Portland’s Sean Gee in a five-round welterweight bout, the Fight Brawl VII main event, at Green River College in Auburn on Saturday night.

Jefferson, a former amateur standout, is unbeaten in nine pro bouts, with five knockouts.

Seattle’s Rob Diezel (13-7, 4 KOs) dominated Yakima’s Gilberto Duran (3-2, 2 KOs) in a five-round junior featherweight co-feature.

In other bouts:

Spanaway’s Kevin Davila earned a majority decision against Seattle’s Jorge Linares Montejo in a four-round lightweight bout. Abraham Martin defeated Alexandro Alvarez in the second round of their cruiserweight battle.

Shae Green beat William Parra-Smith by unanimous decision in a four-round welterweight contest. Chris Johnson defeated Chron Spain in a junior middleweight matchup. Tacoma’s Gerardo Esquivel and Journey Newson fought to a draw in a four-round junior welterweight bout.

Pacific Northwest Professional Boxing Promotions presented the boxing card. It plans to return to the college for another card on Oct. 26.

For more information on their upcoming events, visit the PNW Professional Boxing Promotions Facebook page.

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