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SALISBURY, Md. - On Saturday night, at the Main Street Gym in Salisbury, local boxers were crowned "Warriors of the Ring." Officials tell WMDT that our local boxers did pretty well, with Erick Acosta, winning on points against Jabril Lee of Charm City Boxing, while Corey Moore handily outpointed Sadid Bonds of Charm City Boxing. Rudy Calixto, won his bout against Malik Warren of Upton Boxing. Ivan Calixto beat Deron Whitley of Upton Boxing. Later in the evening Monreco Goldston won his 165lb open class bout and Shawn Woodford, won his open class 152lb bout stopping his opponent in the 3rd round and garnering the biggest trophy of the evening by receiving the "Fighter of the Night" award. Adam Calixto fought hard but was edged out on points by Chima Okora of Upton Boxing and Kobe Moore lost a very close bout against McKinley Fulton of Upton Boxing in Baltimore.

In the female division, Courtney Feldheim of Fredrick Fight Club squared off with Caitlin Massie of 7 Cities Boxing or Norfolk VA. The bout went to the scorecards with Massie edging out Feldheim. "The time you hear someone say, he fights like a girl, it will be a compliment if they mean these two talented athletes." Said Coach Hal Chernoff of the Main St Gym." It was a great show and a lot of people helped make it a success. It takes the doctors, the officials, the sponsors, fans, volunteers and of course the boxers and coaches. When it all comes together like this, it feels so good that you want to take a little rest and do it again. I am proud of all the kids that got up in that ring and put on a show, but of course especially proud of how our Main St Boxers did. I told them this is a chance to exhibit your talent and they took advantage of that but training hard and staying focused in the ring. What more can you ask for", Chernoff added.

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