KILCHER/ J. JONES. I really thought Jewel would win this fight. Jones had not been impressive up to this point. After Jewel had taken the first round, Jones caught her with a right hand counter and unleashed a flurry of punches that had Jewel taking and taking . The referee stepped in and stopped the fight. The Wiz said her would not force or pressure Jewel to retire. It should be her decision. She is being upset not be the likes of Stone, Stowe and now Jones. It wonít be popular at Front Street, but I think Jewel should seriously consider retiring from fighting and stick to training
GRAHAM/ SOBIESKI I thought that this was a stay busy fight for Sobieski. I wasnít far wrong. She floored Graham with her first punch in the opening round. Graham did put Sobieski on the canvas in the third, but after that it was all Sobieski Leelee decked Graham in the fifth and finished her off with a big right hand in the sixth
KE$HA/ McCUTCHEON This should have been an easy fight for Ke$ha. She was three inches taller, eleven years younger and had won all of her fights by KOs. McCutcheon on the other hand had won only one of six. Unfortunately for Ke$ha, McCutcheon got inside of Ke$haís reach and stayed there all night. She put Ke$ha down in the first and second. McCutcheon ended the fight in the sixth with a flurry of punches that shredded Ke$haís guard and a final big right was enough for the referee to stop the fight
DESCHANEL/ RUAH. I was anxious to see this fight as I have high expectations for Ruah. She didnít disappoint by ending the fight in about four minutes with a blockbuster right. Ruah has put the Front Street lightweights on notice. It looks to me itís Ruah and Torv heading up the lightweight contingent, while Swan and Decker play second string.
DEELEY/ DECKER This was really Decker/ Swan. Swan had finished off Deeley in six. Decker had to either equal or better Swanís performance. She didnít. In fact, she was behind on the cards going into the eighth. At the beginning of that round she caught Deeley with a savage right and Deeley went down for the count. Swan won the bragging rights and no doubt she will be taunting Decker this week. As for Deeley, she should forget Front Street
GERMAN/ PARK In Germanís first fight, she lasted less than one round. In this fight, she lasted six but was really never in the fight. Park decked her in the fourth and fifth and ended the fight with a straight right in the sixth that left German out on the canvas