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Tyger Brawl A Hit Saturday

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  Original Published: 3/25/2013

The first annual "Tyger Brawl" took place this past Saturday evening at the Friendly House in Mansfield with 17 three round fights involving several ages and weight classes.  The Police Athletic League Tyger team of Mansfield finished the night winning eight of ten fights in front of a full house against fighters from Toledo, Cleveland, Euclid, Lorain, Columbus, Knoxville and Cincinnati.

Winners for the PAL Tyger team out of Mansfield were Brock Vassel (132lbs) who downed Tracer Yourgan of Knoxville.  Hezy Woods (85lbs) who stopped Zak Gianettino of Z-Pal.  Isaiah Ute (108lbs) defeated Terrance Graves Jr. of Euclid. Kolieon Woods (67lbs) won over Antwon Green of East Cleveland PAL.  Ashaun Woods (86lbs) decisioned Aaron Jenkins of Cincinnati.  Dustin Marshall (148lbs) defeated Martinee Thomas of Cleveland.  Trintin Harrison (140lbs) stopped Elijiah Thomson of Dodge Rec of Columbus, and in the feature bout Jr. National Featherweight Champion Chaise Nelson (132lbs)won a decision over Laren Watkins of Soul City Boxing out of Toledo. 

PAL Boxing coach Mike Nelson hopes that the "Tyger Brawl" can become an annual event. 

   
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